You will learn what IPv4 is, how an IPv4 address looks like, and what is next after IPv4, IPv6.

What is IPv4?

IPv4 is one, a bit older Internet Protocol that has been around since the early 80s. The 4th version was introduced in 1981 and got in use since 1982. Been an Internet Protocol (IP), its purpose is to establish all the rules for communication. How the data packets should be sent, what should happen with them, how to be received, and so on.


Domain flipping

This is a beginner’s guide to domain flipping. Here we will show you your first move from buying a domain name to selling it for a profit.

Domain flipping in a brief

Domain flipping is the practice of buying domain names that have potential and reselling them later for a profit. The domains can be cheap with interesting names, or they can be expensive. The goal is to find interesting available domain names, and later to be able to find a potential buyer who is willing to spend the price you want.


Ping command

Computer networking has lots of tools. From the most simple to the most complex, all have interesting functionality that sooner or later can be useful for you. 

What’s the Ping command?

Ping command is a software utility for testing if the connectivity is working between two systems. In other words, the reachability of a host on a network.

Utility software is the one created for configuring, analyzing, maintaining, or optimizing machines. It supports computers’ infrastructure. Ping command is a very popular resource for diagnosis, and it’s available (built-in) on all operating systems.

Ping command syntax for Linux