Tag: Network Services

Difference between LDAP and AD

LDAP (abbreviation for Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is an open standard, vendor agnostic, industry standard protocol for retrieving and maintaining directory information services over IP network. Also that
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Hosts File

The hosts file is a computer file used by an operating system to map hostnames to IP addresses. It is a plain text file, and is conventionally named
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Netflow v5 vs v9

With today’s network professionals needing deeper forensic details such as mac address, VLAN, etc., it is even easier to understand that the NetFlow protocol needed to evolve. As
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SaaS vs PaaS vs IaaS

Organisations migrating applications and services to cloud are apprehensive about the many things, major ones being that software is moving from in-house physically secured environment to service provider
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OpenFlow vs Netflow

OpenFlow and NetFlow are two completely different concepts. OpenFlow controls how packets are forwarded through network switches, and Netflow collects IP traffic information. It’s easy to think of
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Netflow

NetFlow is a network protocol developed by Cisco for collecting IP traffic information and monitoring network traffic. By analyzing flow data, a picture of network traffic flow and
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