Install Packet Tracer on Mac Step by Step – With Linux

Install Packet Tracer on Mac Step by Step – With Linux

hey everybody and welcome my name is Keith Gebhardt with learn tech training and in this video we’re going to learn how to setup cisco packet tracer on a Mac computer now here you can see we are running cisco packet tracer on a mac computer but you’re also noticing it’s a different operating system

iFi Bridge – A UPnP / DLNA app solution for playback on Roon

iFi Bridge – A UPnP / DLNA app solution for playback on Roon

Hey guys welcome to today’s video I’m Aimee and I’m gonna be guiding you through setting up the iFi Bridge on your Windows device with the Pro iDSD so let’s begin [Music] the iFi Bridge allows any universal plug and play or DLNA device to become a playback option on Roon so for devices which

Understanding Linux Routing Table

Understanding Linux Routing Table

so welcome back guys in this module we will start with and throughout being so we will discuss n3 routing that is the routing that is done by the network layer of the tcp/ip stack note that in empty routing only IP addresses is used to deliver the packet from the source software to the

Introduction to Networking on Linux (1/14)

Introduction to Networking on Linux (1/14)

So, we’re all done with the user accounts and groups and stuff and we’re gonna move on to networking. Networking is a big topic in and of itself, and so there’s no humanly way possible I’d be able to teach you everything there is to know about networking, and I don’t plan to. What I

HACKLOG 1×04 – DNS & Indirizzo IP Locale e Pubblico (Tutorial Informatica Linux e Software)

HACKLOG 1×04 – DNS & Indirizzo IP Locale e Pubblico (Tutorial Informatica Linux e Software)

Before the invention of DNS was possible connect to a computer in a network only knowing its IP address, namely that series of numbers that identifies a device computer on a network (of which we’ll talk soon). With the increase of devices it was obviously impossible to think of recall the series, so it is

Linux Hosts File Explained (7/14)

Linux Hosts File Explained (7/14)

Hey guys, in this video we’re going to talk about hosts briefly, so in terms of our local host actually. So, there’s two parts to this video, the first we’re going to cover is the hosts file and we briefly touched on that in a previous video I think when we were, when we were

How to Change IP Address on Linux (Terminal Commands)

How to Change IP Address on Linux (Terminal Commands)

Tutorial shows you, how to change IP address on Linux using terminal commands Type “ifconfig” command is used for displaying current network configuration information This is my network interface name This is my IP address Type “route” command is used for displaying Default Gateway This command is used for displaying DNS Ok, let’s change IP

Learn Kali Linux Episode #12: Introduction to the Terminal

Learn Kali Linux Episode #12: Introduction to the Terminal

Hello everybody and welcome to this tutorial. Today, I will introduce you to the Linux terminal and show you some of its basic functionalities. So in Kali Linux the terminal icon is located in the upper left corner, this black thing, so just click on it, and there you go. You have the terminal up

Effective Network Batching (Android Performance Patterns Season 3 ep10)

Effective Network Batching (Android Performance Patterns Season 3 ep10)

Batch, batch, batch! It’s really all you hear the networking folks ramble on about nowadays. Almost like they’re trying to tell you something. My name is Colt McAnlis, and well, the truth is, they are. We all know that networking is the biggest offender when it comes to battery drain on mobile devices. I mean,

ini cara memasukan style pa 50 ke emulator#purshandy

ini cara memasukan style pa 50 ke emulator#purshandy

Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh Floppy disk already Rarely Most diskettes are now replaced with emulators Most diskettes are now replaced with emulators And here’s how to enter From the disk to the emulator, the program just needs to use From the disk to the emulator, the program just needs to use Flash disks are the same