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The future of homeplug networking

The use of electric wiring as a mean of networking is a significant movement in terms of connectivity. In the future homeplugs will replace wireless networking and much of the ethernet cabling in homes or home offices. Read more »


A useful document for explaining interrupt throttling triggered by high network load

FreeBSDI was tuning network performance under high traffic load on FreeBSD and stumbled across some parameters on the em drivers for the Intel Gigabit Network Card. The man page of em(4) explains briefly what Read more »


Windows Network Performance in File Shares – What lies beneath when you move your mouse

NetworkingWhen users experience a slow down in Windows File Share, often the usual suspect is the speed (bandwidth & high latency) or high volume of network traffic, but is it really? Read more »