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802.1P

The 802.1p method is a Quality of Service (QOS) process defined within the IEEE 802.1Q standard. The technique uses a three-bit field within an Ethernet frame header to assign priority levels to packets moving within a network segment. With

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802.1d

802.1D is the IEEE Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges standard which includes the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) and Bridging. It details linking to other 802 projects, including the Ethernet and Wi-Fi standards. The Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)

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802.11n

The IEEE 802.11n standard was developed to deliver improved data rates and ranges for wireless local area networks (WLANs). The standard was released as a successor to 802.11g. It offers improvements in network bandwidth through the “multiple

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802.11i

The IEEE 802.11i is an amendment to the 802.11 standard. 802.11i supports data communications security for wireless local area networks (WLANs). This amendment defines processes for wireless authentication, key management, and packet encryption.

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802.11g

The 802.11g is a standard for wireless local area networks (WLANs) and an extension to the 802.11 specification. 802.11g was developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for WLAN as an improvement over its predecessor,

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HTTPS encryption

HTTPS encryption is the protocol for secure communications over a network. HTTPS stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure. It is a widely utilized tool over the Internet. HTTPS differs from HTTP in that data is encrypted with the Secure

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SSL

Secure Sockets Layer The secure sockets layer (SSL) is a security protocol for transmitting data securely over the Internet. Developed by Netscape, it’s a commonly employed standard for verifying site identity and establishing an encrypted

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Cascading Routers

The technique of cascading routers involves connecting one router to a second one. By cascading a newer router to an older device, network performance can be improved or wireless network range can be increased. A secondary router is cascaded

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Routing

The process of forwarding data packets from a source to a destination is routing. Packets are the information units within communication networks. A packet often moves through various network points before reaching its destination. Transmitted

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RJ45 Connectors | Registered Jack-45

RJ45 The eight-pin RJ45 connector is a standardized interface which often connects a computer to a local area network (LAN). This type of connector was originally developed for telephone communications but is now used in a range of applications.

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UCoustic 9210 Soundproof Cabinets

USystems has designed and produced a range of highly efficient soundproofed cabinets for all office environments – ideal for any working environment where noise from active IT equipment is distracting or invasive. This can have the added

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