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A network sniffer is either a pre-programmed hardware device or an independent software program that monitors data as it travels over a network. Network sniffers are also called Network probes or snoops. The function of a network sniffer is to take snapshots of network traffic without modifying or redirecting it. Network sniffers work with different…

The IP address 192.168.1.0 serves a range of IP addresses on the Local Area Network (LAN), defined by the generic representation 192.168.1.x, where x can take on any values between 1 and 255. Home broadband routers take 192.168.1.1 as their default address, which belongs to this range. 192.168.1.0 Cannot be Used as an IP Address…

Every device connected to the Internet has an IP address. Your computer, television, phone, fax machine, XBox and even the coke machine must take an IP address to send and receive information on the Internet. IP address, or short for Internet Protocol address, is the unique identification for computer systems on the network. There are…

How To Connect Two Routers: Computer Networks are generally configured to use a single router. However, you might use a second router in a few situations, as outlined below: You are adding to new wireless devices, and an upgrade must be performed. Your home network has wireless access, but it is not sufficient to reach…