... Seamless, standards-based wireless networking interoperates
with other 802.11g or 802.11b compliant networks and
devices. Available 10/100 Ethernet, USB, HPNA and Powerline
connectivity options provide the solution for almost every
... for protection against Internet attacks
– there is no need for additional
The router uses Westell’s Turbo
TCP™ technology for exceptional
high speed data downloads and peer
to peer filesharing. The router also
has extensive support for gaming
Westell’s ProLine router ...
... •Simple Setup
•Standard TCP/IP Network Protocol
The EN-200 Ethernet module allows
RSI’s HandKey® and HandPunch®
terminals to communicate with host
computer over an Ethernet Local Area
Network via TCP/IP. This can greatly
reduce installation and communications costs by taking advantage of a
... to local networks as well as to the internet. Existing
and new NIM based electronics are easily accessible
through the Ethernet.
webMATE is a standalone MCA with real time and
live time measurement, various presets and multiple
spectra storage. It contains large spectrum memory, a
battery powered re ...
... • Route target – tag routes for import/export
• Route distinguisher – distinguish routes of
– A customer’s address space may overlap with
another’s, without interfering
– E.g. private addresses
... header is prepended to the (Ethernet) frame
• VC multiplexing, in which a null two byte header
is prepended to the frame.
Default is LLC encapsulation; VC multiplexing can
be configured using console command or WEB
... On the left-hand navigation menu, click WAN and then Internet Access. Ensure that the connection is Enabled and
the Connection Type is PPPoE.
Enter the username and password provided to you by your Internet Service Provider. Username should be in the
form of an email address, and the password will n ...
... and signals that computers on the network use to
communicate. One of the most popular protocols for
LANs is called Ethernet. Another popular LAN protocol
for PCs is the IBM token-ring network .
• architecture : Networks can be broadly classified as
using either a peer-to-peer or client/server archit ...
... Distributed – number of hubs connected to a series
of central hubs in a hierarchy
Collapsed – a router or switch as the single central
connection point for multiple subnetworks
Parallel – robust; more than one connection from the
central router to each network segment
... Ethernet systems do not have a central
controller telling computers when they can talk
All computers on an Ethernet network use
Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA)
• The electrical activity that occurs during packet
transmission is called the carrier
• Before transmitting a packet a computer
... packets, can be potentially lost, can be potentially
• What you may want: application-to-application
(end-to-end) channel, communication stream,
reliable, in-order delivery
... • Transceivers sense that a signal is present and will
not send from their connected station
• If two signals are on the line at once, neither
signal will make sense and a collision occurs
• When a collision is detected, the host interface
aborts transmission and waits (how long?) for the
line to be ...
... Bridges: Special hardware connecting two
segments of Ethernet cable (serial connection
between two groups of computers)
Routers: hooks together two or more networks
and automatically routes messages to the
Gateways: High capacity routers which connect
Local Area Networks. These are p ...