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  • Network Power Protection (.pdf)
    Your company, like many others, has a sizable investment in computer networks: hardware, software, and customer-related information. You also have a significant investment in the people and processes that support the mission-critical applications you depend on daily to run your business. But one
  • Computer Power User Article - The Power To Protect
    clearly labeled indicator lights on the unit s front, with all the other connections located on the back making for a tidy presentation. The RS 900 has jacks for both phone- and network-surge protection, along with a grounded screw for various audio and network hardware. There are
  • Smart Computing Article - IRQs & Hardware Conflicts
    response times come back in rapid succession. On a wired LAN (local-area network), you should be seeing times of less than 1ms. Longer times may denote IP congestion or interference problems in your wiring. If there is no response, you ll see four messages reading, Request timed out. This means
  • Computer Power User Article - Face To Face
    /firewalls, so I focused on the positive differences and quirks that make them special. For testing I used two identical Creative Labs WebCam Live! USB cameras installed on two machines running Windows XP Service Pack 2. I tested locally in a LAN and across a broadband connection because network
  • Smart Computing Article - Getting Wired & Going Wild
    The previous article showed you how to create a wired LAN (local-area network) between two computers using an Ethernet crossover cable. If you re interested in networking three or more computers, however, you ll need a slightly different setup. Before you set out to make your own network, you ll
  • Smart Computing Article - Storage-Area Networks Improve Data Management
    , is a better method for attaching storage devices to servers. In a conventional network, a number of servers provide data services. Each of these is connected to the ). A LAN is a group of computers, usually in one building or office, physically connected in a manner that lets them communicate
  • Smart Computing Article - You Can't Access A WLAN
    Network Connections. In the right pane in the window that opens you ll see a list of all the possible ways you can connect to the network and the Internet based on the networking hardware your system is currently set up to work with. Our computer, for example, shows four types of connections
  • Smart Computing Article - You Can't Get Online
    to spend less on a new model than to pay for shipping and repair. Another common reason you may not be able to make an Internet connection is because your network cable is unplugged or it isn t firmly seated in the LAN (local-area network) port. Check the back of your desktop or the LAN port on your

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