DNSSEC Key Ceremony #27

Want to really geek out on one of the fundamental cornerstone of the Internet? Watch this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbzJgsXAW3o I can’t embed the video as they have turned off that feature.

Understanding BGP Hold Timers

At its core, a Hold Timer in BGP refers to the duration a BGP speaker (router) will wait for updates from its peer before considering the connection as possibly down. It’s a timeout mechanism that ensures BGP routers stay synchronized …

What is Buffer Bloat in network switches?

What is Buffer Bloat? Buffer bloat refers to excessive data buffering within network devices such as routers or switches. These devices utilize buffers to hold incoming and outgoing data packets temporarily. However, when these buffers become overfilled due to congestion …

Demystifying Commonly Misused IT Terms

In the fast-paced realm of technology, jargon, and buzzwords often take center stage. Yet, amidst the whirlwind of innovation, some terms are misused or misunderstood, leading to confusion rather than clarity. Let’s untangle a few of these commonly misused IT …

How does Power Over Ethernet (POE) work?

Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology allows electrical power and data to be transmitted together over standard Ethernet cables, typically Cat5e, Cat6, or Cat7 cables. It eliminates the need for separate power cables, simplifying installations and providing power to devices like …