IP stands for Internet Protocol, and it is one of the most important technologies used in today’s networks. IP is the communication protocol used to transmit data between devices on a network. It is used by almost all modern computer networks, including the Internet. The IP protocol provides a unique address to each device on … Read more “IP” »
Migrating from an on-premise network to a cloud-based network is a big step for any organization. The process can be complex and time-consuming, but it can also offer a number of benefits, such as increased scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at the process of migrating from an on-premise … Read more “What is cloud migration” »
ARP stands for Address Resolution Protocol. It is a protocol used to map a network address, such as an IP address, to a physical (MAC) address on a local network. For instance, When a device on a network wants to communicate with another device, it needs to know the other device’s MAC address. ARP allows … Read more “ARP” »
Cloud networking is the use of cloud computing technologies to create and manage networks and network services. It is an increasingly important area of IT, as it allows organizations to take advantage of the scalability, flexibility and cost-effectiveness of cloud computing to build and manage their networks. Cloud networking includes a range of technologies and … Read more “What is cloud networking?” »
Netmiko is a Python library that is designed to simplify the process of connecting to and interacting with network devices using SSH. It provides a range of high-level functions that allow users to easily execute commands, transfer files, and perform other common tasks on network devices. A simple application has been covered on Telcobox before. … Read more “Netmiko use cases in telco domain” »
SDN (Software-Defined Networking) is a networking architecture that separates the control plane, which determines how data is transmitted from the data plane, which handles the actual transmission of data. This separation allows the control plane to be implemented in software, rather than being built into networking hardware. SDN has a number of benefits in the … Read more “SDN” »
MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) is a networking protocol that is used to transmit data packets over a network. It works by encapsulating the data packets in a layer of header information that includes a label, which is used to route the packets to their destination. MPLS is commonly used in enterprise networks and service provider … Read more “MPLS” »
CSP (Cloud Service Provider) is a company that provides cloud computing services to users. CSPs offer a range of services, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS). They typically charge users on a pay-as-you-go basis.
ISP (Internet Service Provider) is a company that provides internet access to users. ISPs offer a range of services, including broadband, DSL, data and voice services. They typically charge users a fee for access to their networks.