Tag: Comparison

Cisco VSS vs Juniper VC

– Cisco catalyst Switches VSS (Virtual Switching System) and Juniper VC (Virtual Chassis) have been earned acceptance by customers and are in market for quite some time now. With both
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MPLS vs IP Routing

    MPLS has been in the IT market for quite some time now. Before its introduction, Service providers bore the burden of providing services to customers using
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CAT6 vs CAT6a vs CAT7

— – While planning and selecting Cabling infrastructure, it is essential to consider future growth plan and roadmap to expand. For active infrastructure (Router , switch, Firewall  etc), technology
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CAT5e vs CAT6

  CAT5e vs CAT6 With invent of new and high throughput IT infrastructure to support ever creasing demand of real time and bandwidth hungry applications, IT vendors are
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Cat5 vs Cat5e

While selecting passive infrastructure for home and office networking, CAT5 and CAT5e are the 2 cabling standards which come into mind. Nowadays, with invent of high performances networking
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LAN vs WAN

– [p2p type=”slug” value=”what-is-local-area-network”]LAN[/p2p] is abbreviation for Local Area Network. LAN is a network covering a small geographic area and connecting various end devices like computers and printers.
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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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