PDF documents require
Adobe Acrobat Reader,
available free at:



Document Files

Global cable map

Global cable map

MCI Cables  - PDF


DR Planning

ISDN Information Section

SMB Help



TerminalSrv Keys



FTP Protocols - PDF

Spanning Tree - PDF




OSI Reference - PDF

OSI Reference - PDF


AT&T Circuits - PDF

Assigned Country Codes - PDF


Electricity - PDF

Controlling Electricity - PDF

Linux Admin Reference - PDF

BGP Guide

Electrical Plugs - JPEG



MySpace.com - Infrastructure



RFC 3164 - PDF

LOGSecurity - PDF


home mail contact Us site map

Global submarine cable map - 2004 (GIF)

Global submarine cable map - 2009 (GIF)

Under sea global cables - MCI


Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan

ISDN - Troubleshooting, Codes, Layers

SMB protocol, commands, & reference - Windows help

Server Message Block (SMB), file sharing protocol - Word

WINS documentation - web page

Terminal Server - Shortcut keys

TCPDUMP documentation - web page


Secure FTP Comparison (FTP, SFTP, FTPS, SCP)

Spanning Tree - Finite state machine

SMTP email send protocol sequence diagram


CoBIT 4.0 (Control Objectives) for TI

OSI Network Layers - PDF Reference Table (W&G)

OSI Network Layers - PDF Poster (40x28) (RAD)

HTTP Packet - PDF Poster (19x13)

AT&T Circuit Prefix Table - PDF

ITU-T Country codes E.164


Basic Electricity Guide

Controlling Electricity Guide

Linux Quick Reference card

BGP FAQ - Implementation guide - web page

Electrical inlet / outlet NEMA & IEC

Word-to-letter w pronunciation table


Inside MySpace.com - Baseline article



RFC3164 BSD syslog Protocol - UDP 514

NIST Guide 800-92 - Computer Security Log Management





The difference between a routING protocol and a routED protocol

Examples of a RoutING protocols include Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Routing Information Protocol (RIP), Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), and BGP. These are protocols tha
t distribute routing information tables, throughout all routers, on a network. Each Router knows about the networks that other connected routers have, each router can determine the best path to take to deliver traffic.

RoutED protocols ar
e protocols that can be sent over a routed network. With Internet Protocol (IP) being the most common protocol in use on the Internet and in local networks, we don't often think about routed vs unrouted protocols - IP is a
routed protocol. Meaning, IP is designed to be routed over and through different networks. An unroutable protocol would be NETBIOS. It works on a small local network.




Any material furnished by Nickerson Consulting Group, N-cg.net, is furnished on an "as is" basis. Nickerson Consulting Group makes no warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied as to any matter including, but not limited to, warranty of fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability, exclusivity or results obtained from use of the material. Nickerson Consulting Group does not make any warranty of any kind with respect to freedom from patent, trademark, or copyright infringement.


copyright 2009 created by www.ITCharts.com