DNS

DNS

HTTP

In order to access any website or embed a valid link you always have to write http:// in front of the website’s address. Browsers and applications generate this part automatically to simplify the process, but it’s still absolutely necessary. HTTP(HyperText Transfer...

DHCP

DHCP or Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a protocol that determines and assigns IP addresses for devices on a network. A DHCP server can recognize a device and assign it an IP address automatically. This makes administration easier because the network...

URL

URL which is an abbreviation for Uniform Resource Locator is used to navigate to any file, page, graphic, document or a program that’s accessible on the World Wide Web. The URL itself consist of a formatted string of text which points the software to the desired...

IP Address

The IP address enables us to connect all our devices in a network. You cannot send or receive messages from another device if you don’t know its IP. Every computer or other device connected to a network and using the Internet Protocol is given a unique number...

IPv6

IPv6 is the last version of the IP protocol, developed to replace the IPv4, which is running out of free IP addresses. That is because the IPv4 uses only 32 bits for Internet addresses, so it can support just 2^32 addresses, while the IPv6 uses 128 bits for its IP...

IPv4

IPv4 is a version of the IP(Internet Protocol) that is fundamental for the operation of the Internet. It is the primal Internet protocol responsible for transmitting data packages and locating hosts. There are two IP versions that are used today: IPv4 and IPv6. IPv4...

Domain Name System (DNS)

What exactly happens when you enter a domain name in your web browser, how does the browser locate the website you need? There are millions of domain names on the Internet and though they are intelligible and easy to remember for us, they are not that well suited for...

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