Anyone who spent late nights playing video games in their friend’s dorm remembers the joys of setting up a local-area network (LAN) in the days before Wi-Fi. While setting up multiple LANs made for a fun night of gaming with friends, setting up multiple networks on a single router offers a number of vital benefits to today’s businesses and IT professionals.
But given the headaches of deploying and maintaining just a single network on a router, many network admins – or just those managing networks at home – tend to shy away from configuring multiple LANs on a single router.
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The folks over at EC-Council have released their latest iteration of the Certified Ethical Hacker exam, this being the 11th version in the series, and they have done their best to make this the most thorough version to date. What does that mean? I’m glad you asked.
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We often create a jagged image of women who strive to achieve far-reaching goals and define their accomplishments. Not many people consider the accomplishments as a victory. There are various examples of women who made their mark when the air was thin, and men still outnumbered women.
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Recently I’ve taken my first steps into the wonderful world of the Raspberry Pi. I know you’re probably thinking what took me so long, right? But hey, better late than never. Anyway, now I’m kinda hooked on the things and I’ve become a solution looking for a problem; always on the hunt for a cool new project. This was the impetus of my latest project. Let me break it down for you.
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