Linux curl Command Explained with Examples

September 16, 2021

Linux offers multiple tools for data transfer to and from a server, the most popular being curl and wget. This tutorial will show you how to use the curl command, and provide you with an exhaustive list of the supported protocols and available options.

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What Is Reverse DNS and How Does It Work?

August 19, 2021

This article explains the concept of reverse DNS and its uses. See how to perform rDNS lookup in Windows and Linux.

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How to Run a Traceroute on Linux, Windows & macOS

August 16, 2021

One of the most important tools when troubleshooting network problems is Traceroute. The command traces the path a packet takes between the source and destination, allowing you to figure out where the network issues are. Learn how to use the command and how to read the Traceroute output in this helpful guide.

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How to Change Hostname in Debian 10

August 11, 2021

You can change the hostname in Debian 10 (Buster) as the root user by using the built-in hostname command or editing related system files. learn how to change your hostname in this step-by-step tutorial.

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How to Use Public Key Authentication with SSH

August 10, 2021

Public Key Authentication is the secure way to connect via SSH. Through this guide, you will learn how to generate a key pair and use them to connect to a remote server via SSH.

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What Is Load Balancing? Definition and How It Works

June 30, 2021

Load balancing is a method for distributing network traffic across multiple servers in a pool, that way improving performance and preventing bottlenecks. This article is about load balancing and the different types of load balancing.

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Telnet vs. SSH: How Is SSH Different From Telnet?

May 20, 2021

Telnet and SSH are network protocols used to connect to remote system. This tutorial covers the ways they work, what makes them different, and when to use them.

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How to set DNS Nameserver on Ubuntu 20.04

May 18, 2021

The Domain Name System (DNS) translates text-based domain names to numeric IP addresses. Most networks are configured to work with DNS servers provided by the ISP. This tutorial shows you how to change DNS addresses in Ubuntu.

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How to Set up FTP Server on Your Raspberry Pi

April 6, 2021

Raspberry Pi can be used as an affordable FTP server. Learn how to set up the server and test your connection after establishing it.

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How to Install Puppet on macOS

April 1, 2021

Puppet is an open-source administrative engine that lets you perform remote admin tasks in a network through a single master node.
This tutorial will show you how to install Puppet Agent on macOS.

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