A switch is a Layer 2 network device that forwards Ethernet frames based on the destination media access control (MAC) address. A switch has RJ-45 ports for connection and the intelligence to read MAC addresses to make forwarding decisions. The purpose of the switch is to quickly and accurately forward frames toward the destination.
This whitepaper aims to help you better understand switch-based Access Control Lists (ACLs) by exploring what they are used for and how to best utilize them on IOS-based Catalyst devices. View now to learn more!
This expert E-Guide from SearchNetworking.com provides the information you need to gain virtual network overlay visibility for proper VXLAN monitoring. View now to learn more about VXLAN and which readily available tools can help you overcome the visibility hurdle.
This paper explains how to provide adequate network redundancy and isolation, how to implement adaptive automation practices for high availability, and how to take advantage of the best tools to eliminate separate virtual and physical management structures.
BGMX's primary challenge is having the proper bandwidth to adhere to all VLAN specifications in PCI compliance standards. Desko also must meet even tighter SAS-70 regulations, as well as his bank's internal security guidelines.
Read this paper to learn how Teleformix's ECHO digital recording solution integrates seamlessly with Avaya's telephony systems, providing your company with a crucial customer service tool - quality assurance recording.
This paper will examine the challenges of using network firewalls and VLANs for security within the corporate network and introduce the many advantages of cross-platform server isolation as an alternative in protecting servers.
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