Network


How to Connect Two Computers or Laptops Wirelessly

Setting Up an ad hoc Network To get started, open the Control Panel and click on Network and Sharing Center On the next dialog, click on the Setup a new connection or network link towards the bottom. In the new connection dialog, scroll down till you see the Setup a […]


Turn Your Laptop Into a WiFi Access point

If you used Windows 7 or Windows XP, you know that these operating systems allow you to create ad hoc wireless connections between computers. You could use those connections to create a wireless network between multiple computers or to share the Internet connection that was available on one of them. […]


Set QoS on a router

Quality of Service (QoS) is used to set up priority to specific devices, services or applications within the network through the router, so that the maximum amount of available throughput and speed can be used. If you want to know more about QoS, click here. Follow the instruction below to […]


Quality of Service (QoS)

Quality of service is the ability to provide different priority to different applications, users, or data flows, or to guarantee a certain level of performance to a data flow. For example, a required bit rate, delay, jitter, packet dropping probability and/or bit error rate may be guaranteed. Quality of service […]


Access Router’s Web-Based Setup Page

Learning how to access the router’s web-based setup page is very important especially if you want to configure advanced settings.  Some common configurations that can be done on the page is to set up a wireless security for your network, forward ports for your game console and video camera, and […]


What is Cloud?

The term Cloud refers to a Network or Internet. In other words, we can say that Cloud is something, which is present at remote location. Cloud can provide services over public and private networks, i.e., WAN, LAN or VPN. Applications such as e-mail, web conferencing, customer relationship management (CRM) execute on cloud.


POP vs IMAP

Both POP (Post Office Protocol) and IMAP (Internet Message access protocol) allow people to get access to their email from a remote server; however, that is where most similarities end. POP simply downloads email to your computer, and usually (but not always) deletes the email from the remote server. The […]


SMTP Ports

SMTP by default uses TCP port 25. The protocol for mail submission is the same, but uses port 587. SMTP connections secured by SSL, known as SMTPS, default to port 465 (nonstandard, but sometimes used for legacy reasons).


Set Up Wireless Channel

Here you are aiming to eliminate the effect of other wireless networks near you that may be limiting the range of your wireless connection. If you want to know more about wireless channels please visit this link.


Wireless Channels

Every Wi-Fi network transmits and receives data on a certain frequency, or channel.  As Wi-Fi data is digital, many different devices can communicate successfully on the same channel.  By default the channels used are typically either channel 6 or channel 11.