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Quality of Service Routers

Quality of Service Networking Routers and switches can provide Quality of Service networking features that allows administrators to establish data traffic priorities. QoS options are useful when optimal performance is critical, such as with a telephony or data communications network. During congestion, QoS network settings will automatically give precedence to mission-critical services. A managed switch […]

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Bandwidth

Learn how bandwidth in networking refers to the amount of
data transmitted, over a time period, between two telecommunication
points.

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SNMP

SNMP supports the collection of statistical information on network devices. SNMP is Simple Network Management Protocol.

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Port Mirroring

Learn more about the port mirroring technique of copying a data packet at one port and then forwarding it to another port for inspection.

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SSID

A SSID is a Service Set Identifier. This unique name identifies a wireless network and is part of every packet transmitted on the network.

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Half & Full Duplex

A full-duplex system transmits and receives over one channel simultaneously. With half-duplex, transmissions run in two directions, but not at the same time.

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