Tag: Comparison

Colocation vs Cloud

Organizations in today’s avant-garde IT world have many competitive options around offloading the loads associated with IT infrastructure management and space. Colocation and Cloud based hosting are 2
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Proxy vs NAT

Proxy and NAT are 2 commonly used terms when planning for protecting secured LAN environment in IT setups of organizations. While NAT alters the Local IP of end
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WCCP v1 vs v2

Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) is a Cisco-developed content-routing protocol that provides a mechanism to redirect traffic flows in real-time. WCCP may be use to redirect web requests
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PAGP vs LACP

– EtherChannel protocol allow ports with similar characteristics to form an Bundle through dynamic negotiation(LACP and PAgP) or Forceful enforcement (ON) with connected network devices. While configuring EtherChannel across devices (Switches/Routers), 2
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AS-Override vs Allowas-in

– Large enterprises have multiple site offices spanning geographical locations and are connected via MPLS service providers. As a standard practice, all the location office connect via BGP
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NGFW vs UTM

With advances in technology, ways to target application and services through vulnerabilities has also developed. Security posture to address such attacks and fortifying the internal networks has also
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SNAT vs DNAT

Hi viewers, in this post we will walk through how SNAT differs from DNAT and when/where are they required in the network. But before we continue, let’s understand
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MPLS vs VPN

VPN and MPLS are widely used technologies for connecting across HUB and remote sites. IPSec VPN being the 1st entrant of 2, was quite a hit since it
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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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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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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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Nexus 7K vs Nexus 9K

Nexus 7K and 9K are the 2 Cisco families apposite for Data Center environment with Nexus 9K being the new entrant of the 2 flavors and having an
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