Tech Corner / Network Protocols
by PivIT Global on Nov 3, 2022 7:15:00 AM
Not all users have the same or full access to the network. Different types of users are provided with an appropriate level of authority and access to protect the integrity and usability of the data and the network.
by PivIT Global on Sep 13, 2022 7:04:00 AM
There is no doubt that time is money, and time is of utmost importance when dealing with network devices. An incorrect time running on network devices almost always reflects negatively on the stability and overall network behavior. Many services used daily heavily depend on the correc …
by PivIT Global on Aug 16, 2022 7:11:00 AM
The Hot Standby Router Protocol (HSRP) is a Cisco proprietary redundancy protocol. It allows several Layer 3 switches or routers to work together in an HSRP group and appear as a single virtual device to endpoints. Because of this approach, endpoints always have a functional default g …
by PivIT Global on Aug 11, 2022 7:05:00 AM
Providing Layer 3 redundancy is crucial for uninterrupted network services and communications in enterprise networks. This approach provides hardware redundancy in the event of a device failure. It offers various alternative routing paths throughout the network.
by PivIT Global on Aug 9, 2022 7:14:00 AM
Providing uninterrupted communications and sustaining stable network behavior are the most important goals in each enterprise network. They make the whole environment more productive for the enterprise and less prone to financial losses.
by PivIT Global on Jul 19, 2022 7:12:00 AM
We've all experienced the frustrations of a popular application, such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, or other SaaS products going down due to network issues. Many of these applications and services have stringent network requirements, so their networks must support uninterrupted communica …
by PivIT Global on Jul 14, 2022 7:15:00 AM
Network redundancy provides multiple paths for traffic so that network communications remain functional even during a failure. A network failure can occur due to a faulty device/link or a network attack (e.g., DDoS, man-in-the-middle attacks, ARP spoofing, etc.). Relying on just one d …
by PivIT Global on Jun 28, 2022 7:10:00 AM
No matter how strong your security measures are, there is an attacker working to get through them. Treating this as inevitable is key to keeping your data safe and secure. In our two-part packet delivery process blogs here and here we learned a switch is involved in ARP routing. This …