As 2007 sped past we found ourselves drawn to some of the stories we were publishing more than others. And as a going away present, we've collated them here for you, readers:
SearchNetworking.com.au's favourite stories of 2007
- Our guide to preparing for your network certification was an office favourite.
- We discovered it's possible to use your 3G phone as a wireless broadband modem.
- As IPv4 addresses ran out, people began to flee to IPv6 like rats from a sinking ship.
- And to help with the exodus, we explained what just IPv6 is, how it differs from IPv4 and why you should care.
- We addressed one of the great mysteries of networking: how to isolate network delays when little bandwidth is being used.
- The summarisation, supernetting and wildcard mask guide was particularly informative!
- While duplex mismatches are easy enough to fix, they're difficult to find. Lucky we hard our duplex conflict guide lying around.
- The wireless standards of 802.x saw a lot of action this year, but our in-depth guide to 802.x explained the various protocols and their differences.
- We examined the ins and outs of ISDN protocol, component and router choice.
- And finally, we got back to basics and remembered how routers work!
Enjoy your break, readers! You deserve it (presumably).
- The TechTarget ANZ team