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ICMP redirects

ICMP redirects are a feature of the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP), specifically ICMP Router Advertisement and ICMP Redirect messages. These messages are used by routers to inform […]

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How to enhance the security of NFS?

To enhance the security of NFS, especially when you cannot or should not use the no_root_squash option, there are several alternative security measures you can implement. These measures […]

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What is no_root_squash option in NFS?

The no_root_squash option is an important configuration parameter in NFS that determines how the server treats requests from the root user (UID 0) on the NFS client machines. […]

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What is BGP (Border Gateway Protocol)?

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is a core routing protocol used in the Internet and large-scale enterprise networks. It is the protocol that enables the exchange of routing information […]

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What is IPv6?

IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP) that was developed to replace IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4). IPv6 was designed […]

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XFS vs ext4

XFS and ext4 are two popular file systems used in the Linux operating system. Each file system has its strengths and weaknesses, and the choice between them depends […]

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Types of DNS Records

Domain Name System (DNS) records are used to map domain names to specific IP addresses or other resource information. There are various types of DNS records, each serving […]

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The three-way TCP handshake

The three-way TCP handshake is the initial process used by a client and a server to establish a reliable connection before data transmission can begin. This handshake is […]