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While DSL is bringing high-speed networks for home and small business, the cable modem has still staked its claim as being runner-up.

Network security and privacy is essential to any network. Firewalls help to ensure these essential elements.

Home Networking
Home networks are popping up in homes all over the world. They are easy to setup using a combination of hardware and software with or without Internet access.

Finding the right ISP can sometimes be difficult. Though, they offer Internet access to home and business users, they also offer email, web hosting and other services.

While LANs (Local Area Networks) cover small and limited physical distances, WANs (Wide Area Networks) cover much larger areas.

Networking Basics
This category covers the basic fundamentals of computer networking. It also serves as an introduction for those new to computer networking.

This category looks at some of the most common protocols used today in computer networking.

Security and Privacy
Networks have become an important part of our daily lives. Protecting data and preserving privacy have spawned the development advanced network security technologies.

This category features many network tools that are available for performance monitoring of network applications and services.

Having a good troubleshooting methodology is important when network failure has been experienced. Let this be your guide to finding corrective measures to your network problems.

Virtual Private Network
VPN solutions support remote access and private data communications over public networks. This category covers how VPN clients communicate with VPN servers using specialized protocols.

HTTP is the way in which networks of HTML browsers and HTML servers on the Internet communicate. This category will assist in giving a better understanding of the working of HTTP.

Wireless Networking
Wireless networking is becoming the mainstream for end-users. This category will assist you in having a better understanding of how wireless technology works.

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