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 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.
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.
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With the advent of iSCSI as the standard for networked storage, businesses can leverage existing skills and network infrastructure to create Ethernet-based SANs that deliver the performance of Fibre Channel-but at a fraction of the cost.
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.
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.
Wide area network (WAN) virtualization, WAN optimization, and WAN aggregation are three confusing areas in the WAN world. Check out this E-Guide to learn more about WAN virtualization and the difference between these three technologies.
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