"Networking" tag

Linux Kernel 4.2 RC8 Now Available For Download!

Keeping up to his regular schedule of Sunday releases, Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux, announced the availability of the eight and last Release Candidate (RC) of the upcoming Linux 4.2 kernel. The…

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Testing Video Transmission in Ns-2 Using the EvalVid Framework

Ns-2 is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. It provides support for simulation of TCP, routing and multicast protocols over wired and wireless (local and satellite) networks. Conventionally, the Internet has…

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Taking the First Baby Steps in Ns-3

Ns-3 is a network simulator for computer network simulation, used mainly for research and educational purposes. This article is the third in the series as we move forward in our quest to understand…

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An Introduction to ns-3

This article is the first in a new series on ns-3, which is a discrete event network simulator for Internet systems, meant primarily for research and educational use. The ns-3 project seeks to…

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The next step to mastering ns-3

In this, the second article on ns-3, the author touches upon Doxygen, Waf, socket programming, etc. Let us continue our journey to master ns-3. We are not yet ready to foray into its…

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Qt5: Console Applications and Networking

Continuing with the series on Qt5 programming, this article takes the reader on to writing code and building a console application, which is also a network server In the article carried in the…

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Open Up or Lose Out

“An open network is integral to innovation and efficiency” It has never been more exciting to be in data centre networking as new technologies such as Ethernet fabrics, Software-Defined Networking (SDN), and Network…

Test Your Troubleshooting Skills With Trouble-Maker

Trouble-Maker, as the name suggests, is a Linux tool that, when installed in a system, randomly selects a problem from its list and actually creates it on the system. The idea behind using…

Demystifying the Mobile Backend-as-a-Service

Mobile and Web app developers now have reason to cheer, with the evolution of the Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) model. This article takes you through its intricacies. Abbreviations like IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and…

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