What is a Mouse in Computer?

A mouse is used as a pointing device that allows interaction with a computer. Generally, the mice are made of plastic and have a mechanism that allows the user to sense movement in two dimensions: the X-axis and the Z-axis, lateral translation and can be flipped forward or backward. When you move the mouse over … 

 

What is Software in Computer Systems?

Software (SW) is a set of instructions that a computer must follow, that is, it contains all the instructions on what to do and how to do it. The concept of software covers everything that is intact, such as programs and operating systems, that are abstract in the computer. This definition contradicts the physical components … 

 

How to Configure EIGRP Routing on a Cisco Router using Cisco Packet Tracer

EIGRP operates as an advanced distance vector routing protocol that offers the best features of Cisco’s distance vector and link-state algorithms in TCP/IP and Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) networks. Cisco developed IGRP (Internal Gateway Routing Protocol) using distance vector-type routing technology. The purpose of this protocol is that each router knows only the address (next-hop … 

 

What is EIGRP Protocol (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing)?

EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) is an improved version of the original IGRP protocol developed by Cisco Systems. Cisco-specific EIGRP routing technology combines the advantages of link-state protocols with the advantages of distance vector protocols. EIGRP maintains the same distance vector algorithm and original IGRP matrix information; however, considerations regarding convergence time and expansion …