Linux networking made easy

Ten years ago, most of us thought we would be able to live a full and happy life without worrying about whether we were getting maximum throughput across our networks, or whether the point-to-point latency on our machines would preclude us from popular gaming. But things have changed.

Televisions, games consoles and Linux machines all vie for IP addresses and bandwidth, usually on the same network, with poor wiring, poor layout and do-it-yourself support. Which is where we come in.

The Linux platform is the direct result of this network connectivity. It’s an operating system that was designed from the first line of the kernel to talk to another kernel, and as a result, it’s the perfect network troubleshooting platform.

Read more: http://www.techradar.com/news/networking/linux-networking-made-easy-718644#ixzz10n4w6iri

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