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Updated Articles

1000Base-LX Adaptor


Updated on: March 21, 2024

Dive into the 1000Base-LX standard, a cornerstone of Gigabit Ethernet technology that uses long-wavelength signals for extended reach over both fiber and copper networks.

NetBIOS Scope ID

NetBIOS Scope ID

Updated on: March 21, 2024

NetBIOS Scope ID is a character string appended to a NetBIOS name of a host that identifies the host as belonging to a specific group.

ICA - Independent Computing Architecture

Independent Computing Architecture (ICA)

Updated on: March 21, 2024

Explore the Independent Computing Architecture (ICA) by Citrix Systems, its foundational technology, and its continuing significance in today’s evolving digital workspace environments.

Multiple UNC Provider

Multiple UNC Provider (MUP): An Updated Overview

Updated on: March 21, 2024

Dive into the updated world of Multiple UNC Provider (MUP) in Windows systems. Learn how MUP streamlines network resource access today!

Internet Society (ISOC)

Internet Society (ISOC)

Updated on: March 21, 2024

Internet Society, aka ISOC, is a professional society founded in 1992 that provides leadership for the development and evolution of the Internet.

Circuit Layer Proxy

Updated on: March 21, 2024

Circuit Layer Proxy is any service or server that provides proxy services using a specially installed component on the client computer to form a circuit between the proxy server and the client computer.

The ARP Protocol: the dynamic exchange and connectivity enabled by ARP within a digital network landscape.

ARP Protocol: The Backbone of Network Communication

Updated on: March 20, 2024

This article dives deep into the ARP Protocol, shedding light on its origins, mechanics, and its place in the modern networked world.

Inverse Queries: the intriguing process of reverse DNS lookups.

Inverse Query: A DNS Look Back

Updated on: March 19, 2024

An Inverse Query is a Domain Name System (DNS) query in which a resolver contacts a name server to perform a reverse name lookup, requesting a host name for a given IP address.

DNS Client conceptual image: encapsulates the essence of DNS Clients as digital navigators in the vast network of the internet.

DNS Client: Navigating the Digital Sea

Updated on: March 19, 2024

DNS Client is a client machine configured to send name resolution queries to a DNS server. A DNS client is also called a resolver. When a client needs to resolve a remote host’s name into its IP address, it sends a request to the DNS server, which returns the IP address of the remote host. DNS client software, which is built into most machines that have TCP/IP installed, enables the machines to issue DNS queries to name servers.