Quality of Service Networking Quality of Service networking capabilities on routers and switches enable administrators to set data traffic priorities. When optimal performance is required, such as in a telephony or data communications network, QoS choices are useful. During times of congestion, QoS network settings will prioritise mission-critical services. The quality of service of a […]
Learn how bandwidth in networking refers to the amount of
data transmitted, over a time period, between two telecommunication
Remote Monitoring, known as RMON, supports monitoring of network operations from a centralized location. It goes beyond a standard MIB.
SNMP supports the collection of statistical information on network devices. SNMP is Simple Network Management Protocol.
Learn more about the port mirroring technique of copying a data packet at one port and then forwarding it to another port for inspection.
A SSID is a Service Set Identifier. This unique name identifies a wireless network and is part of every packet transmitted on the network.
A full-duplex system transmits and receives over one channel simultaneously. With half-duplex, transmissions run in two directions, but not at the same time.
A command line interface (CLI) allows a user to interact with an operating system or application. The CLI prompt a user to act.