DNS or the domain name service is a piece of software which uses a lookup table to relate computers on a physical network to domain and computer names. DNS sits on top of TCPIP or Transfer Control Protocol/Internet Protocol where each individual NIC (network interface card) in a computer in a network is given a unique 4 number code a typical code may be 22.214.171.124. For more information please see my article ‘Networking 101’.
A primary advantage of managed service is during trouble situations. If you own the router, and your service is disrupted, you’re really naked if the carrier claims the problem is with your equipment. You’ll have no way to dispute that until you do whatever swapout or repair visit is necessary to determine that your equipment is fine….you’ll have to eat that bill….and your service would still be down. With managed service, whatever is wrong is the carrier’s fault, and they can’t point fingers.
I would set up one machine to be the DNS server which contains a lookup table with a list of the names of computers in the domain along with their TCPIP addresses for example mycomputer may be listed next to the 126.96.36.199. This means that if I ping the DNS server with the name mycomputer I will get back 188.8.131.52. It is also possible to give the IP address and get back the name of the computer with this address, this is known as a reverse lookup.
Most vpn nasil kullanilir service providers work to get the largest number of features in their services. Naturally, they want to encourage and please as many users as they can at the same time. However, this doesn’t mean that you always have to choose the provider, which has the most number of offers. It is wiser to choose a VPN provider based on other more important criteria.
When you use a VPN service, it hides your Internet activity. It does this by encrypting all the information going from your computer to the VPN server. Whenever you type in a website address, your computer sends a message to the VPN server to get the webpage you have requested. This way your browsing history is hidden from your ISP or company and your privacy is protected. The truth is that, without the VPN, these details would be easily accessible to your ISP or to hackers sniffing your data, as your traffic would not be encrypted.
Cable/DSL users: If you have a dial-up modem installed on your PC, try to test using a dialup connection. Either use dialup to an ISP and then use VPN.
Newer features such as the ability to connect external storage to your router may well be a great idea if you can’t to keep all your music or those downloaded movies in a central location fro replay from to your PS3 in the living room, laptop in the garden or just in the bath.