Network Manager is a software tool that enables users to manage network connections on their Linux-based operating systems. It provides a unified interface for configuring and managing wired, wireless, and mobile broadband connections. Network Manager enables users to view the status of their network connections, including their IP address, DNS server settings, and connection speed. […]

NetBond is a cloud networking service offered by AT&T that provides a highly secure and reliable connection between enterprise networks and cloud service providers, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. NetBond uses a software-defined networking (SDN) approach to create a virtual private network (VPN) connection between the enterprise network […]

TFTPd, or Trivial File Transfer Protocol daemon, is a simple file transfer protocol that is used to transfer files between client and server computers. It is often used in network booting and network configuration scenarios, as it allows for the transfer of small files over the network quickly and easily. TFTPd is a lightweight and […]

Wake-on-LAN (WoL) is a network protocol that allows a computer to be powered on remotely over a network. It works by sending a “magic packet” to the target computer’s network interface card (NIC), which triggers the computer to power on. The Wake-on-LAN protocol is supported by many modern network adapters and motherboards, and can be […]

IP management, also known as IP address management, refers to the process of managing the allocation, tracking, and maintenance of IP addresses within a network. IP addresses are unique identifiers assigned to devices on a network, and managing them is important for maintaining network stability and security.

DNS (Domain Name System) is a hierarchical distributed naming system that translates human-readable domain names, such as google.com, into IP addresses, which are used to identify and locate devices on a network. DNS is used to make it easier for users to access resources on the internet by using memorable domain names instead of IP […]

DHCPd (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol daemon) is a server software application that assigns IP addresses and other network configuration parameters to network devices. DHCPd is used in networks where the IP address of devices changes frequently or there are a large number of devices to manage. DHCPd allows network administrators to assign IP addresses dynamically […]

Wake-on-LAN (WOL) technology allows for remote management of systems by automatically waking up a device from a low-power state, such as sleep or hibernation, and bringing it online. One of the features of WOL is the ability to control the power status of a system remotely. This means that administrators can turn on, turn off, […]

Open vSwitchAn Openvswitch-manager to create and configure virtual network switches Citrix XenApp vs XenServer – the main difference is that XenServer is based on the open-source Xen Project hypervisor. Now known as Citrix Hypervisor, XenServer is a type-1 or bare-metal hypervisor, which means that it runs directly on the physical hardware itself, rather than as a […]