• What’s the most important factor in LAN design?

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  • Network design checklist: Six factors to consider when designing LANs

    Designing a local area network from scratch is the project most consultants dream of. When it finally lands in your inbox, do you know where to start? This checklist of six potential design issues will help ensure your LAN project is a success.

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  • Wireless standards overview

    Wireless local are networks (LANs) have a broad range of standards, some of which are well established and interoperable, others of which are still emerging, and when it comes to security standards, interoperability may be a way off yet.

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  • Putting wireless LAN fears to rest

    Security holes in wireless local area network (LAN) standards have caused many businesses to think twice about deploying the technology. While wireless has been one of the few bright spots in the IT sector, Wai Sing Lee, an analyst with New York-based research firm Frost and Sullivan and author of...

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  • Startup’s WLAN approach appeals to Ivy League school

    Configuring dozens of wireless LAN access points can be tedious to say the least, but centralization hardware from startup Chantry Networks is helping a university scale and manage its WLAN more efficiently. Yet an analyst questions whether companies will favor Chantry's routed approach over a...

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  • Can you tell me what kinds of hardware are software are needed, in addition to traditional LAN equip

    Can you tell me what kinds of hardware are software are needed, in addition to traditional LAN equipment, to build a VPN?

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  • How much NetBIOS traffic is normal?

    What problems could I be facing by having multiple NetBIOS domains within my LAN? I am trying to reduce unnecessary traffic and have found that NetBIOS traffic runs rampant. Although I have removed much by finding and eliminating viruses, I am confused as to how much NetBIOS traffic is normal.

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  • Will AD make LAN admin an endangered species?

    Network administrators duties' can range from managing the hardware and network operating systems on a departmental LAN to managing the entire network infrastructure for a business unit or division. But as organizations migrate to Win2000's Active Directory, the role of the LAN Administrator will...

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  • KIA Quiz #36: The FAT of the LAN

    KIA Quiz #36: The FAT of the LAN

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  • Why is an ARP cache not efficient when it is applied to a LAN?

    The implementation of Address resolution protocol in a local area network uses a table called ARP cache to maintain a correlation between each MAC address and its corresponding IP address. Can you explain why every use of a fixed size of ARP cache is not efficient whenever it is applied to a LAN...

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