Archive for the ‘Networking’ Category

Public & Private Clouds

  It’s cheap and available abundantly. Starting from 1.0GB storage space, cloud-based storage services are available for signups for free. Today there are many ways to get access to cloud storage solutions, from big names like DropBox or iCloud. But putting them on the table, a cloud storage service is not different from your private [...]

Simple SOHO networking

Here’s a typical schematic diagram of a typical SOHO setup suitable for up to 50 network users. The backbone can be connected back to a UNIFI or Maxis high speed fiber broadband service with routing done by a midrange class x86-64 Intel server. 

Software Defined Networking (SDN) by Vyatta

  By Lester Chan (Adapted from an email to CJ See, owner/co-founder of Tourific.com) When workplace networks become large with as many as 20 people or more, access loading on the gateway router will obviously be higher. Let me paint this scenario; it’s like running VirtualBox in your PC. The loading on the PC’s memory [...]

techMISSION #4

  Several of the most common errors made in implementing home networks is the use of “repeater” wireless devices and installing second layer wireless routing. Owners of large bungalow or multi-storey homes usually finds it a bane to design a wireless network to cover the entire premises and in pursuit of doing so, more often [...]

techMISSION #3

  Malaysian high speed fiber broadband services by TM UNIFI, Maxis and P1 are the fastest bandwidth services that one could subscribe to in this country. Other competing services that rides on traditional ADSL or 3G networks do not come close at all in meeting demands of high speed access required by many. Internet users [...]

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