How to disable IPv6 networking on CentOS|RHEL|Ubuntu|Debian

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) is a network layer protocol which allows communication and data transfers to take place over the network. IPv6 came into existence in 1998 with the…

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Enable the Old ethX Style Network Interfaces Names on CentOS|RHEL7

CentOS 7 has introduced a new naming convention for network interfaces that can result in long interface names. Traditionally, network interfaces in Linux are enumerated as eth[0123…], but these names…

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What is Payload in Networking

Payload is the actual data sent to the destination system excluding headers and other extra info of the packet. Consider a letter posted to a friend. Payload is the paper... Read more »
Linux PXE Seerver

Windows Network Installation through Linux PXE Server

PXE Server (preboot execution environment) helps to install a system in the network without having a physical media. Instead of using manual installation method by using CD/DVD or pen drive,…

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