There are two basic types of addresses used in Local Area Networking (LAN): logical addresses and physical addresses. Ethernet is the most common LAN and is the example used in this document. Understanding the differences of how the two addresses are used is the focus of this discussion.
This solutions brief explains how using a satellite-based wide area network (WAN) can enable more robust LAN-like performance over satellite connections with out-of-the-box compatibility that accelerates the broadest range of applications remote workers need to function.
It is essential that SAP applications and network infrastructures be considered together as a "application infrastructure" that supports strategic business objectives. This paper examines the challenges associated with SAP application delivery
The increasing demands for high availability, reliability and security of application access are driving the need for load balancers to provide a comprehensive set of network level and application-level services. Read this paper to learn more.
This whitepaper review the causes of poor TCP performance and data transport requirements of critical operations for today’s data protection strategies. Also learn about a new switch that is the only solution available to accelerate TCP-based connections at speeds of 10 Gbps, regardless of distance.
In this white paper, read how TMOS--the foundation and architecture for F5's application delivery controllers running on the BIG-IP platform--brings a wealth of security to existing application delivery networks.
This white paper touches on a new malware protection system that was designed for today and tomorrow. It provides the best overall protection for all businesses and does this with the best total cost of protection available today.
What's the Riverbed difference? Speed. Scalability. And simplicity. Discover it for yourself and get the facts about the entire family of Steelhead solutions from Riverbed. Companies of all sizes depend on the Riverbed Steelhead product family to accelerate the performance of applications over the WAN.
This article will give step-by-step overview of how to deal with some of the most pervasive security threats currently facing IBM Power Systems. It'll help organizations that are struggling to get started with security and act as a 'wake-up call' for those who think that “powering the server on” is all the security they need.
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