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October 11, 2009  3:43 AM

Sprint Rolls Out General Availability of SIP Trunking



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IP, OCS 2007 R2, Office Communications Server, SIP, SIP trunking, Sprint, UC, Unified Communications, VoIP

Sprint was one of the first SIP trunk providers certified with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 (OCS 2007 R2). Now it is expanding...

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March 31, 2008  9:05 PM

Nortel UC 1-2-3



Posted by: Tony Bradley
communications, IP, Nortel, PBX, UC, UC 1-2-3, Unified Communications, VoIP

Unless you have been living under a rock the past year or two, you are probably aware that Unified Communications is the hot trend. VoIP is still hot as well, and is a key component of unified communications, but the trend is evolving beyond just moving the phone system from the traditional PBX to...


February 26, 2008  3:56 AM

Top 10 Free Network Management Downloads



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Ethernet, Free software, IP, IP addressing, LAN, Network management, top 10

To manage and maintain a network, you need to have a well-rounded collection of tools in your arsenal. Many commercial tools can be expensive, and may not perform any better (or sometimes not even as well) than their freeware counterparts.


January 31, 2008  8:45 PM

Disabling IPv6 in Windows Vista



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IP, IPv6, Microsoft Windows, Windows Vista

IPv6 is the latest, greatest, cutting edge version of the IP protocol. It is designed to be more secure, more efficient, more stable, and provide a larger (exponentially larger) pool of addresses to work with than its IPv4 predecessor. So, why would you want to disable it? In


January 28, 2008  6:34 PM

Network Hardware Vendors Fight To Keep Up With Bandwidth Demands



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Cisco, ConSentry, Enterasys, Force 10, IP, Juniper Networks, UCC, Unified Communications, VoIP, YouTube

Unless you have been in a coma, or living in a cave for the past year, you should be aware that the whole world is being converged into a single, IP-based network. Telephone and television service are both available via IP. Video services such as YouTube.com, and video conferencing for enterprise...


December 31, 2007  5:13 AM

Determining and Optimizing WAN Bandwidth



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Broadband, Ethernet, IP, Networking, WAN

If you have to connect multiple sites that are not physically in the same building or campus, it can be a little tricky establishing the kind of connectivity and throughput you need for remote sites to work effectively with the primary servers across the WAN connection. Dividing the file size by...


December 28, 2007  8:39 PM

What Happened to IPv5?



Posted by: Tony Bradley
IP, IP communications, IPv4, IPv6, Silvia Hagen

You are probably familiar with the fact that IPv4 is more or less the standard that the Internet and networks of the world rely on. IPv6 is the emerging standard developed to expand the available pool of addresses as well as addressing a variety of performance and security issues in IPv4. So, why...


November 30, 2007  5:44 PM

Projected Network Infrastructure Spending For 2008



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Ethernet, IP, IP communications, Network Access Control, Networking, UCC, Unified Communications, VLAN, VoIP, wi-fi, Wireless

What are your plans for your network infrastructure for 2008? Do you have a holiday wish list or some New Year's resolutions regarding the technologies you want to implement or the changes you plan to make? TechTarget's SearchNetworking site conducted a survey of over 1,200 respondents and they...


November 26, 2007  2:49 PM

Cisco Jockeying To Lead IP Video



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Broadband, Cisco, IP, IP communications, YouTube

You may have heard of this quaint site that lets users create and share videos with one another. I think it is called "YouTube". OK, if you haven't heard of YouTube, you are new to the planet or something. YouTube is just one example of the recent explosion of IP video on the Internet though. Movie...


October 4, 2007  12:41 PM

Network Security With ACL’s



Posted by: Tony Bradley
ACL, Cisco, IP, Networking, Security

One of the main components of networking is the router. Without the "router", the traffic would not be "routed" to its intended destination (duh!). That also means that the router is in a prime position to act as a gatekeeper to help protect the network. By defining and implementing Access Controls...


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