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Network Performance Tutorials

The difference between bandwidth and latency is something that confuses a lot of people, but if you are an IT professional it would be useful to know the difference between the two because sooner or later you will face a network problem related to it. Part of the confusion has been created by Internet providers by always recommending increase of bandwidth to every Internet speed related problem, but as we will see, an Internet connection speed is not always dictated by bandwidth. What is Bandwidth? To understand bandwidth and latency we need to have a clear definition of both, so let’s start with bandwidth. Bandwidth is the amount of data that can be transferred from one point to another normally measured in seconds. Internet providers normally advertise their Internet bandwidth like this 20/20 Mbps which means that 20 megabits/s of…


If you are connecting to a Windows Server 2008 or  Windows 7 computer through remote desktop you might get this error: “The remote computer requires Network Level Authentication, which your computer does not support” here is a screenshot of the actual fat error: the reason you are getting this error is because you are either using Windows XP, or another older operating system to connect to the remote machine, and Windows XP or any other operating system older than windows vista  does not support the new updated remote desktop protocol. if you have access to the remote machine running Windows 7 or  Windows Server 2008, then do this to get rid of the problem. right-click the Computer icon on the desktop, and go to Properties. then click on Advanced system settings on the left panel: on the system properties, click…