Big Yellow Big Problem For Symantec
A worm discovered by security firm eEye exploits a vulnerability in Symantec's software that unwary administrators may have left unpatched. The potential for exploitation of the problem in the remote management interface for Symantec's AntiVirus and Client Security products could go as far as permitting remote code execution with system privileges.
The Evil Packet Sniffer
A "Packet Sniffer" is a utility that sniffs without modifying the network's packets in any way. By comparison, a firewall sees all of a computer's packet traffic as well, but it has the ability to block and drop any packets that its programming dictates. Packet sniffers merely watch, display, and log this traffic.
Losing Data Over VPN
Sometimes change is good, sometimes it's bad, and sometimes it's a mixed bag. Such was the case recently when a customer switched a remote office from a 56K line to using a Kerio VPN over Internet connections.
ColdFusion And Server Monitoring
Unlocking the CF Server Black Box. How to answer questions about your server. How is it doing? What templates/queries are slow? New tool: CF Server Monitor.
ISIS Router Types
To pass the BSCI exam and earn your CCNP, you\´ve got to know ISIS inside and out.
Configuring An Access Server
As your CCNA / CCNP home lab expands, an access server such as the Cisco 2509 or 2511 is one of the best investments you can make.
Trunking And Trunking Protocols
To earn your CCNA or CCNP certification, you´ve got to understand the basics of trunking. This isn´t just a CCNA topic - you must have an advanced understanding of trunking and etherchannels to pass the BCMSN exam and earn your CCNP as well.
OSPF Hub-And-Spoke Details You Must Know!
CCNA exam success depends greatly on knowing the details, and if there´s one protocol that has a lot of details, it´s OSPF!
Making The Most Of Cisco's CCNP Program Changes
As you probably know by now, Cisco's making some sweeping changes in their Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) program.
Why NAT Traversal
Matters To You
Have you ever wanted to connect to your home machine from work -- or vice versa
-- but were unable to do so because you were behind a Linksys, NetGear, or Apple
Sprint To Launch
4G WiMAX Network
Sprint Nextel announced a partnership with Intel, Motorola, and Samsung to develop
and deploy the first fourth generation (4G) nationwide broadband mobile network,
based on the mobile WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) IEEE
802.16e-2005 technology standard.
CCIE Boot Camps
Regarded as the highest level of Cisco certification on the hierarchy of Cisco
networking solutions and implementing professional training, CCIE (Cisco Certified
Internetwork Expert) certifications are highly desired by IT professionals.
CGMP On Routers & Switches
If a Layer Two switch doesn't have the capabilities to run IGMP Snooping, it will
be able to run CGMP - Cisco Group Membership Protocol. CGMP allows the multicast
router to work with the Layer Two switch to eliminate unnecessary multicast forwarding.
management tools for your server
We're a service company that supports you, not just the technology we provide
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Passing the BSCI exam and earning your CCNP is all about knowing the details,
and when it comes to EIGRP SIA routes, there are plenty of details to know.
Relay DLCIs And Mappings
Passing the CCNA is tough, and one of the toughest parts is keeping all the acronyms
straight! Frame Relay has plenty of those, and today we´re going to examine what
DLCIs do and how they´re mapped on a Cisco router.
QoS, And Cisco's Networking Model
QoS is a big topic on your BCMSN and CCNP exams, and for good reason. As more
and more traffic flows through today's networks, accurately applying QoS to both
your routers and switches becomes more important.
Directly Connected Serial Interfaces
CCNA exam success depends largely on noticing the details, and this is especially
true of configurations involving directly connected serial interfaces.
Summarization And The OSPF Null Interface
CCNP exam success, particularly on the BSCI exam, demands you understand the details
of route summarization.
Load Balancing (SLB)
When you´re working on your BCMSN exam on your way to CCNP certification, you´ll
read at length about how Cisco routers and multilayer switches can work to provide
router redundancy - but there´s another helpful service, Server Load Balancing,
that does the same for servers.
Sees Red, Sues Azul
Sun Microsystem's acquisition of Cobalt Networks in September 2000 has made it
back into the headlines, as Sun files a lawsuit against former Cobalt and current
Azul CEO Stephen DeWitt over theft of trade secrets and violation of a non-compete
solutions to data backup problems
Rackspace knows you grasp the importance of data backup. You don't need to hear
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We talked about DNS problems at Fallure
to resolve, but there are other reasons why a particular machine may be unable
to browse the Internet while others on the same lan still can.
My wife and I had run out for errands and had stopped at a D'Angelo sub shop.
We were just about to get out of the car when the phone rang. My wife rolled her
eyes but I took the call because, well, because that's what I do. Somebody has
a problem, I try to answer the phone.
To pass the BSCI exam, earn your CCNP certification, and become an outstanding
networker, you´ve got to master the many details of BGP - and trust me, there
are a lot of details to master!
BCMSN exam success and earning your CCNP certification requires
you to add to your knowledge of VLAN configuration. When you studied for your
CCNA exam, you learned how to place ports into a VLAN and what the purpose of
VLANs was, but you may not be aware that there are two types of VLAN membership.
To pass the BCMSN exam, you must know the details of both types..
In Touch (tcp Keepalives Etc.)
You can't please everyone, so you got to please yourself...
I don't imagine Ricky Nelson was thinking about tcp timeouts and keepalives in
the 70's, and probably isn't still, but the subject comes up fairly often for
me and never fails to be annoying.
CCNP / BSCI Exam Tutorial: Route Summarization
Preparing to pass the BSCI exam and earn your Cisco CCNP? Route summarization
is just one of the many skills you´ll have to master in order to earn your CCNP.
Whether it´s RIP version 2, OSPF, or EIGRP, the BSCI exam will demand that you
can flawlessly configure route summarization...
Routers Go Through Ceiling In 2005
A new study from Infonetics Research reported big numbers for
secure routers in 2005. While price pressure drove prices down along with overall
revenues, the number of units moved climbed 121%.
Neutrality Divides On Party Lines
The potential to future innovators to build on the success of the Internet may
well hinge on network neutrality, but the two major political parties in Congress
see the issue differently. In a nutshell, or at least in a story
appearing on ZDNet, Democrats...
Detection Vs. Error Recovery
Passing the CCNA, Intro, and ICND exam is all about knowing
and noticing the details.
Is Microsoft Terminal Server?
Microsoft Terminal Server is a component of the Windows operating system that
allows users to remotely access servers and applications over the internet or
a local area network. Terminal Server runs on Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000
Server and Windows NT 4 Terminal Server. Client devices connecting to a Terminal