Aside from being much bigger than IPv4, what makes IPv6 a better internet protocol? In Let's Talk Tech, we dig into the technical details of how IPv6 works.
IPv6 is meant to replace IPv4, but what is different about it, and why is it taking so long to be implemented? Do we really need a new protocol?
How do computers send data to other machines? The Address Resolution Protocol enables computers to find the correct addresses.
In the 80s, Ethernet connections streamlined internet connectivity. In Let's Talk Tech, we look at why they remain the fastest, securest connection around.
Subnet routing is used to deliver a packet from machine to machine, much like how a letter traveling through the postal service.
In the second episode of our new How the Internet Works video, we take a look at how data gets around the globe thanks to the wonders of Fragmentation.
DCD’s video based blog, Let’s Talk Tech, is back. In "How the Internet Works," we're diving deep into the nature of the Internet itself: the IPv4 Packet.