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How To “netsh winsock reset” To Fix Windows Network Problems?

How To "netsh winsock reset" To Fix Windows Network Problems?

Windows operating system uses Winsock technology in order to maintain network and internet communication and connection. During the usage of the Winsock especially in heavy usage, it may create network and internet connection problems because of the crash. In this tutorial, we will learn how to reset the network adaptor and TCP/IP network stack via … Read more

What Is NIC (Network Interface Card)?

What Is NIC (Network Interface Card)?

NIC is the short form of the Network Interface Card. Network Interface Card or simply Network Card is simply used to connect different types of devices into the network generally to access the internet or intranet. What Is NIC(Network Interface Card)? Network Interface Card explains itself in a pure way where A card which has … Read more

What Is Kbps (Kilobits Per Second)?

Kbps is a very popular term used in IT. Kbps is the short presentation of the Kilobits per second in order to specify the speed or data size which can be transmitted, executed, processed, etc. from the given service or device. Mostly Kbps is used to express the data transmission medium speed in computer networks. … Read more

What Is 802.11 Wireless LAN (WLAN) Standards?

What Is 802.11 Wireless LAN (WLAN) Standards?

Wireless technologies are the center of daily life. Wireless networks are used to transfer data between different devices. There are different wireless technologies where WLAN or WiFi is the most popular. In this tutorial, we will learn 802.11 WLAN technologies. IEEE 802.1 Wireless Local Area Networks Working Group Where comes the 802.1 WLAN term? It … Read more

What Is Packet Sniffing with List Of Packet Sniffers?

What Is Packet Sniffing with List Of Packet Sniffers?

Packet Sniffing is the process to capture packets. Generally, computer network packets are sniffed. Packet sniffing may seem very simple but in reality, it provides a lot of complexity related to the protocols, network mediums, etc. Packet Capture or Packet Sniffing Before starting to learn what is packet sniffing we have to learn the difference … Read more

How To Download and Install Npcap Library For Windows Packet Capture?

How To Download and Install Npcap Library For Windows Packet Capture?

Npcap is packet capture library for Windows operating system. Npcap is created and developed as a Nmap project. Npcap is based on WinPcap project which is currently not actively developed. The most important feature of Npcap is support for Windows 10 operating systems where WinPcap only supports up to Windows 7. Npcap Features Npcap provides … Read more

How To Install WinPcap For Windows?

How To Install WinPcap For Windows?

WinPcap is a network packet capture library designed for Windows operating systems. Wireshark is a popular packet capturing and security tool. Wireshark developers created the WinPcap in order to tap into the network of Windows systems and capture packets. Recently the development of the WinPcap is stopped with the version of WinPcap 4.1.3. WinPcap Development … Read more

What Is LAN (Local Area Network) and Compare With MAN, MAN?

Local Area Network is a computer network where computers in the same location or group are connected together and share common communication lines. Local Area Network is mainly expressed as LAN which is a very popular term in computer networks and IT. LAN Components LAN will have a very simple topology where some equipment or … Read more

What Is A Router, Tips For Buying Routers and How Does It Work?

Technical or not most of the people know the router word. Those who know the router can understand a different thing from the word. In this tutorial, we will try to explain what is a router in a technical and non-technical way with router functions, router types and router security. What is a Router For? … Read more

How to Lookup OUI (Organizationally Unique Identifier) In Linux?

How to Lookup OUI (Organizationally Unique Identifier) In Linux?

Network switches or Layer 2 technology Ethernet protocol uses MAC addresses in order to transfer frames between systems. MAC addresses are 48-bit value. This 48-bit value contains the device manufacturer ID as the first 24 bit. In this tutorial we will learn how to look, search and find the Organizationally Unique Identifier in Linux distributions like … Read more