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Broadband vs Leased Line

Internet access may be provided to customers via 2 of commonly used approach – Broadband and Leased Line. While Broadband is the most popular for Internet access in
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RIP v1 vs RIP v2

With advent of technology, new features and updates started arriving in networking protocols. Same is what happened to  protocol (a distance vector routing protocol running Bellman-Ford algorithm). Initially
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MPLS vs Internet

For connectivity across multiple location of an Enterprise, MPLS and Internet are 2 of the mainstay options customers consider. While MPLS connectivity being reliable and pretty robust preposition
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Walk-through UNITY Basics

Cisco Unified Unity Connection is used in VOIP systems mainly for Voicemail and IVRs.CUC uses the same ISO media for its installation as the one used for call
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MPLS LDP vs RSVP (-TE)

2 commonly used terms in MPLS are LDP and RSVP-TE. While the former relates to easy provisioning in MPLS setup, the latter i.e. RSVP-TE is related to guarantee
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MPLS vs Leased Line

“MPLS” is abbreviation for “Multiprotocol Label Switching.” Data packets are assigned labels in an MPLS network. Instead of examining the packet, packet-forwarding decisions are made based purely on
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TCP – Transport Control Protocol

TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is one of main Transport Layer protocol which provides reliable, connection-oriented communication over IP networks between two end stations. When data is provided to
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DMVPN vs MPLS

While deciding on Layer 3 technology to be used for connecting Customer sites over a common network, 2 frequently used terms are DMVPN and MPLS. While DMVPN is
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