This tutorial explains the functionality of analog signaling and digital signaling. Learn how analog and digital signals work and how they transmit information.
This tutorial explains the types of network cables used in computer networks in detail. Learn the specifications, standards, and features of the coaxial cable, twisted-pair cable, and the fiber-optical cable.
This tutorial explains how to use the systemctl command to stop, start, load, reload, enable, disable, and restart a systemd service. Learn how to manage systemd services from the systemctl command.
This tutorial explains how to perform various power management related tasks in a Linux system such as halt, power-off, shutdown, reboot, sleep (suspend), hibernate, and hibernate-sleep.
This tutorial explains feature, function and terminology of RIP Protocol (Administrative Distance, Routing Metrics, Routing by Rumor, Advertising Updates, Passive interface, Split Horizon, Hop count, Route poisoning, Hold down time, Route Invalid Tim...
This tutorial explains the MAC (Media Access Control) address in detail. Learn what the MAC address is, how it is formed, and the types of MAC addresses (unicast, multicast, and broadcast).
This tutorial explains how to enable IP forwarding in Linux. Learn how to use a Linux system as the router in detail through the practical example.
This tutorial explains how to configure an IP address in Linux. Learn how to use the nmcli, nmtui and nm-connection-editor in detail with practical examples.