Category Archives: Computer Networks

Types of Cryptography

“Cryptography is the standard of encrypting all the data and information by converting Plain text into cipher text for secure communication.” Encryption is the key to secure all our data and information while we communicate with others over any transmission channel. Now, you might be thinking why this encryption matters a lot? Data is something… Read More »

Is 200-125 CCNA Exam Worth Taking?

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 200-125 exam is designed to test candidate’s understanding and skills in networking basics, LAN and WAN technologies, IPv4 and IPv6 technologies, services, security and management of infrastructure. This exam is taken by those who wish to be certified in CCNA routing and switching. Cisco certifications include entry, associate, professional and… Read More »

Difference between Internet and Intranet

In this article, you’ll see the difference between internet and intranet. Both Internet and intranet are used to connect many devices to each other to share information. But there are many differences between them. Some of differences are given below. Image Source Internet vs Intranet – Difference between Internet and Intranet   Internet Intranet What is… Read More »

Difference between TCP and UDP

In this tutorial you will learn about difference between TCP and UDP. TCP TCP stands for Transmission Control Protocol. This is one of the main protocols of the Internet protocol suite. TCP is a connection – oriented protocol that provides a reliable flow of data communication between two computers. That means from source to destination… Read More »

Difference between Circuit Switching and Packet Switching

In this tutorial you will learn about difference between circuit switching and packet switching i.e. circuit vs packet switching. What is Switching? In network communication sender sends a message and receiver receives it. But both sender and receiver may lies in different networks with very much far distance. To reach message from sender to receiver… Read More »