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document Remove a saved wireless network
1. On your keyboard, hold down the "Windows" and "Q" keys at the same time. 2. Type cmd. 3. Righ-click or 'press and hold' on the...
22 Apr, 2016
document How to Set a Manual IP Address in Mac OS X
How to Set a Manual IP Address in Mac OS X Launch ‘System Preferences’ from the Apple menu  (or Spotlight) Click on the...
23 Apr, 2016
document Telnet
Telnet is an  protocol used on the  or  to provide a bidirectional interactive text-oriented communication...
08 Sep, 2016
document How to ping test in Windows XP
How to ping test in Windows XP Click the Start button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen.   Click...
23 Apr, 2016
document How to ping test in Windows 7 and Vista
How to ping test in Windows 7 and Vista Open the Start menu by clicking the orb in the bottom left-hand corner of the...
23 Apr, 2016
document How to map a network drive in Mac OS X
How to map a network drive in Mac OS X 1. Minimize all open windows and single-click anywhere on the background to make sure ‘Finder’ is...
23 Apr, 2016
document Secure Shell
Secure Shell (SSH) is a   for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. The best known example...
08 Sep, 2016
document How to ping test in Windows 8
How to ping test in Windows 8 Move the mouse to the right-hand corner of the screen to make the vertical menu bar (charm bar) appear....
23 Apr, 2016
document Internet Control Message Protocol
The Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) is one of the main protocols of the . It is used by network devices,
08 Sep, 2016
document Point-to-Point Protocol
In , Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) is a  ()  used to establish a direct connection between two 
08 Sep, 2016



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