Tag: network

How to restart the Ubuntu network interface

If you’re using Ubuntu, you may need to know how to restart your network interface. Thankfully, Ubuntu makes it very easy to restart the network interface. In this guide, we’ll go over various ways you can restart the Ubuntu network interface. Restart network interface – Ubuntu Gnome If you’re using Ubuntu Gnome, you’re on the […]

How to Kick People Off Your Wi-Fi Network

Once you’ve given someone your Wi-FI password, they have unlimited access to your Wi-Fi, and they can join your network on all their devices. That’s how it usually works, anyway. Here’s how to boot them off. Option 1: Change Your Wi-Fi Password The easiest, most secure method is merely changing your Wi-Fi network’s password on […]

How To Forget A WiFi Network In Windows 10

Settings in Windows 10 are managed from two different apps; the Modern UI Settings app, and the Control Panel that we’re far more familiar with. Between these two apps, there are some settings that overlap i.e. you can change them from both apps. For other settings, you can only manage them from one of the […]

How to Reset Your Roku’s Network Connection

If you have a Roku TV or streaming stick, you can sometimes run into internet connection issues. The error can be the connection or the internet itself, so checking the link first is a must. Here’s how to reset your smart TV’s network connection. Checking Your Roku’s Network Connection Once you turn on your Roku […]

How to Forget a Wi-Fi Network on Mac

Your Mac automatically remembers W-Fi networks you’ve connected to in the past. However, the network it automatically connects to might not be the best option. Here’s what to do if you want your Mac to forget a Wi-Fi network. In addition to removing old connections, forgetting a Wi-Fi network can help you troubleshoot connection issues. […]

How To Automatically Mount Network Shares On Linux

Much like manually mounting a hard drive in Linux, accessing network shares is tedious. IP addresses must be specified, logins configured, etc. Being able to log into your PC and automatically mount network shares means work gets done easier. Much like auto-starting a hard drive, automatically mounting a network share is done within the fstab file. […]

How To Set Network Time Sync On Linux

Though it might seem like something that should be automatically taken care of, time settings on Linux can often get messed up or configured incorrectly. Since time settings on Linux can be confusing to fix for the average user, we’re going to break down and explain how to set up network time sync on Linux. […]

15 Best Network Monitoring Tools Put to Test in 2020

Just like mechanics or carpenters need them, network administrators also need tools to do their jobs. This is especially true as networks are growing bigger and as corporations are more and more relying on them for their day-to-day operation. Today, not only outages but slowdowns on corporate networks can have major impacts. Network administrators must use the proper tools to […]

Best Packet Sniffers and Network Analyzers

Packet sniffing is a deep type of network analysis in which details of the network traffic are decoded to be analyzed. It is one of the most important troubleshooting skills any network administrator should possess. Analyzing network traffic is a complicated task. In order to cope with unreliable networks, data is not sent in one […]