• November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    Helping PoE reach its potential

    Power-over-Ethernet is helping bring to organizations and individuals to enjoy the benefits of a wired world. But with success comes greater responsibility. Now that the Power-over-Ethernet standard, or PoE, is so widely adopted—most ...  Continue Reading

  • November 29, 2005 29 Nov'05

    Router numbers

    Many of the routing protocols implemented in Cisco's IOS require a number to follow the command that enables the routing protocol in question. If you're new to routing, these numbers can be a little confusing, as they mean something different to ...  Continue Reading

  • November 29, 2005 29 Nov'05

    Cherokee Nation sniffs out, snuffs WLAN troubles

    From the comfort of his truck, Jon James has found rogue and unsecured access points and has found out what is causing interruptions on the WLAN in Cherokee Nation.  Continue Reading

  • November 29, 2005 29 Nov'05

    Intrusion Detection & Prevention Learning Guide4

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  • November 28, 2005 28 Nov'05

    Configuring Windows Server 2003 to act as a NAT router

    Today, IP addresses are quickly becoming a scarce commodity. But a PC must have an IP address in order to communicate with the Internet. So what if there aren't enough IP addresses left for every PC to be given one? The solution is a technology ...  Continue Reading

  • November 28, 2005 28 Nov'05

    Real-world network management

    Managing today's complex networks is arguably the most challenging part of a network professional's job. These multimedia resources show you how some real companies solved their management problems and outline best practices for applying good ...  Continue Reading

  • November 26, 2005 26 Nov'05


    On computer and telecommunication devices, a port (noun) is generally a specific place for being physically connected to some other device, usually with a socket and plug of some kind.  Continue Reading