Tag: Layer 1

High Output drops on Interface

Network administrators at times face the challenge of output drops which causes data traffic loss. Output drops are generally caused by congested interfaces and best possible option to
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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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SFP vs XFP

The small form-factor pluggable (SFP) is a compact, hot-pluggable transceiver used for both for data communications applications for organizations. The form factor and electrical interface are specified by
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XFP vs SFP+

In today’s ever dynamic IT environment filled with ever increasing demand for more, we see high performance setups on 40G and 100G speeds being proposed in Data Centers
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GLC-T vs GLC-TE

Cisco products GLC-T and GLC-TE are 1000BASE-T SFP transceivers and used in plenty in networking environment. Both the models have quite a similarity like supporting Auto negotiation ,
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RJ11 vs RJ45

RJ is the acronym for Registered Jack and refers to the industry standard character that cable connectors usually start with. RJ45 and RJ11 are the 2 most command connector
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