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  • Putting wireless LAN fears to rest

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  • Wireless standards overview

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  • MAC address (Media Access Control address)

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    LAN edge switch security functions enable network administrators to use switch access control lists (ACLs) to filter incoming and outgoing traffic, as well as port-level traffic filtering and VLAN management for a more in-depth approach to LAN security.

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

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  • local area network (LAN)

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    This article provides a list of best practices for ensuring toll-quality VoIP while considering cost effectiveness.

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