A DMZ, or demilitarized zone, is used to help improve the security of an organization’s network by segregating devices, such as computers and servers, on the opposite sides of a firewall. And setting up a DMZ in your home router designates a device as a DMZ host and will forward all the ports to that device.
What is NAT? This is an animated video tutorial explaining how NAT works (network address translation). What's the difference between a public IP address and
This is an animated port forwarding tutorial. It explains how to port forward and it also explains what are network ports.
RAID explained. This is an animated video explaining different RAID levels. It's a RAID tutorial of level 0, 1, 5, & 10. Redundant array of independent disks
HTTP vs HTTP vs SSL / TLS. This video explains the difference between these protocols. It also explains how SSL works and what is an SSL certificate. #SSL #HT
Here is the dual band wifi router that I recommend (affiliate) https://amzn.to/2Jv577C This is an animated video explaining the difference between a 2.4 GHz vs
In this session, we compare our current DMZ architecture and how leveraging NSX and virtualization can provide a more agile and secure architecture.
CPU Cooler recommendation (affiliate) https://amzn.to/2EwAnlY What is better? CPU air cooling or water cooling? This is an animated video explaining the two
M.2 NVMe SSD that I recommend https://amzn.to/2VO7E1G (affiliate) M.2 vs SSD comparison. What is an M.2 SSD? What is NVMe? This is an animated video explaini
NEW CONTENT ON: http://www.FailedNormal.com Info Level: Beginner Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: February 15, 2013 Length of Class: 17:05 Trac
What is DHCP? This is an animated video explaining DHCP - Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Also explains the difference between a static IP vs dynamic IP.
This is an animated video that explains the difference between a hub, switch, and a router. It explains how a router works, how a switch works and how a hub wo
Learn computer network layers or OSI layers in a computer network, OSI Model, OSI reference model or open system interconnection model or networking model inclu
This is an animated video explaining what HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA, & Thunderbolt are. A video port comparison. HDMI vs DisplayPort. VGA vs DVI. Video cab
This is an animated DNS tutorial showing what a DNS server is and how it works. It explains the different levels of DNS, such as the resolver, root server, dom
What is POP and IMAP? How does email work? This is an animated video explaining the difference between POP and IMAP. These are email protocols that are used to
What is FTP, SFTP, & TFTP? These are protocols that are used to transfer files over a network. FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is the language that computers use
What is the difference between a NAS (network attached storage) and a SAN (storage area network)? Here is an example of a NAS (affiliate) https://amzn.to/2VgnR
What is CPU cache? This is an animated video tutorial on CPU Cache memory. It explains Level 1, level 2 and level 3 cache. Why do CPUs need cache?
In this a very nerdy, and requested video. We will be going over the basics of Home Networking. How to hook everything up, and what everything does. BREAKDOWN:
PING and TRACERT (traceroute) networking command line tools (cmd). How to ping websites. How to use the tracert command.