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Portforwarding Explained [GeekLK]

If you want to reach your friend through the phone call you’ll need his/her phone number. Likewise in IP Network environment to reach a host or a server you need an address called IP Address Eg- 192.168.1.10. And the network services requesting on that host or server is separated by protocols which also have numbers assigned known [...]




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5 Steps to Setting Up a Wireless Network

Wireless networks are becoming faster, more affordable and easier to adopt than ever. Growing small businesses that have adopted a wireless solution are already reporting immediate paybacks in higher productivity, flexible application mobility and greater worker satisfaction. Roughly 228,000 small businesses currently have remote access [...]


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Explaining DMZ’s and Port Forwarding

First some definitions (greatly simplified) Ports: Applications running on TCP/IP open connections to other computers using something called ports. Ports allow multiple applications to reside on a single computer – all talking TCP/IP. Ports are another set of numbers AFTER the standard IP address. Applications often hide these port [...]


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