What more could anyone want?
I have been using protocol analyzers since the days of Network General and have always loved the analytic view of the network.
Not the smoke and mirrors we usually show the users, but the hardcore, what is on the wire, proof.
Packets don’t lie. Continue reading “Packets don’t lie. Wireshark, and Sniffer Days of Old.”
Network Time Protocol or NTP is a timing protocol that allows time synchronization across devices on a network to Coordinated Universal Time UTC time. NTP operates on UDP port 123. Continue reading “What is NTP (Network Time Protocol)?”
It’s easier to think of why we need or how we use networks.
- You need to share a document with a coworker in another location.
- You need to video conference with your family while on a business trip
- You need to print on the printer on the other side of the building or the other side of the planet.
Do you see the pattern? Continue reading “What is a network?”