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capture PLC-data in our LAN

Answer  Our PLC-vendor is going to provide us collected PLC-data on a server in our LAN. Are sockets (port higher then 1024) the best way to do this? As we are AS/400-minded people, will FTP resolve this with the same performance? Or are there other possibilities? Please, please, give us some guidelines.

Last updated: Jun 17, 2005   7:35 AM GMT   |    Development, i5, IBM iSeries
Slow File sharing access in Win 98

Answer  Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98 comput...

Last updated: Feb 16, 2005   4:54 AM GMT   |    Bandwidth, Call Center, Database Management Systems
Connecting data closet switches to the core with redundant links

Answer  I'm moving our flat network which covers a three-story building and about 450 users to a subnetted network. I would like to know about connecting data closet switches to the core with redundant links. Can I implement OSPF on the core and connecting switches and eliminate spanning tree? In this envir...

Last updated: Jun 2, 2009   1:15 PM GMT   |    Cisco 6509, Cisco switches, Networking
About protocols

Answer  What the port numbers for all protocols in networking?

Last updated: Oct 24, 2007   9:42 PM GMT   |    Port numbers, Protocols
usb communication

Answer  Sir/Madam, We are having 2 systems with windows as operating system. We need your help for transferring data from USB to USB Port. plese give max. possible ways. Thanking You, Appala Raju

Last updated: Jun 20, 2005   2:39 AM GMT   |    DataCenter, Hardware, Help Desk
Slow File sharing access in Win 98-2

Answer  Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98 comput...

Last updated: Feb 16, 2005   4:54 AM GMT   |    Bandwidth, Call Center, Database Management Systems
Why is Cisco adopting the SIP protocol?

Answer  Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says it's a good for Cisco to embrace SIP as a networking protocol standard alongside SCCP, or their Skinny Client Control Protocol. Do you agree? Why or why not?

Last updated: May 9, 2008   3:19 PM GMT   |    Channel, Cisco, Networking Channel
Protocol bandwidth load

Answer  Is there an average estimated bandwidth load to use for each of the most common protocols (HTTP/HTTPS/POP3/IMAP/FTP/H.323)when calculating the total bandwidth needed b4 contracting the carrier?

Last updated: Nov 25, 2008   10:12 PM GMT   |    Bandwidth, FTP, H.323
A review of CCDE Study Guide by Marwan Al-shawi

Blog  Since I received the "CCDE Study Guide" from Jamie Shoup till date, I simply couldnt able resist reading such a wonder book from Marwan Al-shawi. I believe it was a great initiative from Marwan Al-shawi to write this book. Since I read this book from cover to cover I believe its the right ti...

Last updated: Nov 21, 2015   8:27 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      BGP, Cisco, Cisco certifications
"CCDE Study Guide" initial review

Blog  Those who are perusing CCDE certification, they were eagerly waiting for the release of much awaited Cisco Press book of the year " CCDE Study Guide" by Marwan Al-Shawi. Thanks to Jamie Shoup of Cisco Press for providing me a copy of the title " CCDE Study Guide" , I too was waiting for this title ...

Last updated: Oct 10, 2015   6:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      Cisco, Cisco certifications, Cisco Press
Blue Coat Proxy SG Deployment methods Inline Mode

Blog  When it comes to deployment of Blue Coat Proxy SG, it offers some flexibility. One can deploy them in either of the below mentioned methods. Physically Inline (Transparent) Out-of-Path or Virtually Inline (Transparent) Explicit Inline deployment is the simplest among the above mentioned depl...

Last updated: Oct 23, 2016   6:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      Hardware, Network, Protocols
Blue Coat Proxy SG Deployment methods Virtually Inline Mode

Blog  In Virtually Inline deployment mode, the Proxy SG can be deployed in any network location, it relies on traffic redirection mechanisms like Web Cache Communication Protocol (WCCP) or Policy Based Routing (PBR) to redirect the interesting traffic, such as HTTP /HTTPS to the Proxy SG. WCCP is a Cisco ...

Last updated: Oct 24, 2016   6:10 PM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      firewall, GRE, Hardware
Blue Coat Proxy SG Deployment methods Out of Path Mode

Blog  TheOut-of-path deployment mode is commonly used when, one cannot bring down the network. Out-of-path deployment happens to be very difficult to manage as one cannot intercept and redirect the internet traffic at network level (like configuring WCCP, PBR or inline deployment). One needs to explicit...

Last updated: Oct 26, 2016   5:21 AM GMT  |  Blog: Network technologies and trends   |      Hardware, Network, PAC
Cleaning up your act

Blog   Reputation is your brand and a most important asset. With a generation having enjoyed the faux-pas' of youth in the pubescent and public gaze of Facebook et al, a set of protocols are developing in the footsteps of excess. Here are a few on social networking that are worth passing around...

Last updated: Nov 10, 2008   12:05 AM GMT  |  Blog: Collaboration Technology 2.0   |      Protocols, Reputation, Social networking
A protocol-agnostic approach for augmenting the value of the IoT

Blog  The ever-increasing connectivity between devices and humans makes the internet of things an everyday reality. IoT devices like connected running shoes and smartwatches are fun ways to show its promise. But for enterprises, IoT's benefits are rooted much more firmly in the practical: connectivity wit...

Last updated: Jul 14, 2016   7:44 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, protocol
Preventing bot brawls in the connected home

Blog  Recently we've seen an uptick in the number of bots online, which vary from chatbots for customer service to spambots on social media to content-editing bots in online communities. Though an ecosystem of bots is unfolding, our knowledge and understanding of how bots interact with one another is limi...

Last updated: Mar 27, 2017   6:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Bot, Bots, Internet of Things
Standardized connectivity protocols lead to growth of IIoT apps

Blog  Smart cities are currently positioned to most positively benefit from the growth of connected infrastructure. Some cities around the world, especially in India, have invested heavily in the infrastructure necessary to create a smart city. Other countries, however, have been slower to follow suit for...

Last updated: Mar 23, 2017   4:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Application development, Developers, Enterprise IoT
How to bring order to IoT's spaghetti junction?

Blog  When I think about the industrial internet of things, just like pretty much everyone else, I get excited about its huge potential to transform our world through new efficiencies, reduced risk and enabling entirely new business models. However, I must admit that the second thought that springs into m...

Last updated: Jun 7, 2017   5:27 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Fragmentation, Internet of Things, iot
Revisiting the 'internet of nothings' -- where we are today

Blog  Picking a fight with someone else's past predictions seems like a crappy thing to do. Especially for someone who also makes lots of forward-looking statements that could come back to haunt him. Nevertheless, that's what I want to do. Back in 2014, The Economist published an article called "The inte...

Last updated: May 3, 2017   5:29 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Internet of Things, iot, iot security
Why are IoT developers confused by MQTT and CoAP?

Blog  Recently, at Exadel, we encountered an interesting challenge for IoT developers. Because IoT apps have gained so much momentum, there is more and more choice in how to develop them. For device communication, two specialized, competing protocols stand out: Message Queue Telemetry Transport (MQTT) and...

Last updated: May 4, 2017   3:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      CoAP, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things
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