Category Archives: Networking

Class room spy, a great software to monitor or control all the computers in computer lab, cyber café and office. This software will be at great help for the network administrators having computers supported by windows operating system.

The office executives, cyber café users or the students in computer lab connected through local network can be monitored and remotely controlled by class room spy software. Remote computers in local network can be controlled by remote desktop of Microsoft but no as good as class room spy. This only 11MB software can be downloaded from Here or www.classroomspy.com


Controlling computer by Internet (Remote) has become very trendy now a day. Among the popular software’s, Team viewer is the trendiest. But, it is much easier to control a computer by log-me-in. The best thing of log-me-in is that, the person controlling the computer needn’t any software. It can be done through website. Only the software would have to be loaded in the client (Remote) computer. No hassle of having passwords every time.
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It’s very hazardous to share large sized files through Internet. First, you have to upload files in various free hosting sites and give link to download, if you want to send a large sized file to anyone. But, with the help of G Bridge, you can share your computer folder through the Internet very easily. So, you can avoid the hazard of uploading large files. The receiver can download folder or files from your computer as like pear to pear network. For this, both will have to have G-mail and G Bridge account in common. You can download this 2.02 MB free software from Here Continue reading

A logical group of devices, (not physical), defined by software. VLANs allow network administrators to Resegment their networks without physically rearranging the devices or network connection. A VLAN (Virtual LAN) is a network composed of logical broadcast domain. Configuration VLANs allows network traffic to be separated logically. Network devices on VLAN1 will not be able to communicate (ping) devices on VLAN2. It is possible to have devices on VLAN1 of a switch communication with VLAN1 on another switch through a method called VLAN trunking. See the diagram below: Continue reading