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SSID

The abbreviation SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. This is the unique name that identifies a wireless network. It is in the packet header when a data packet is transmitted. The devices on the Wi-Fi network use this identifier for communications

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Port Mirroring

A network can be monitored using a technique called port mirroring. When port mirroring is enabled, each data packet that comes into or out of a specific switch port is copied and sent to a destination port. Once the copied packet reaches the

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Half & Full Duplex

The term full duplex describes simultaneous data transmission and receptions over one channel. A full duplex device is capable of bi-directional network data transmissions at the same time. Half duplex devices can only transmit in one direction

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Command Line Interface

Abbreviated as CLI, a command line interface connects a user to a computer program or operating system. Through the CLI, users interact with a system or application by typing in text (commands). The command is typed on a specific line following

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Link Aggregation

Link Aggregation Switches With link aggregation switches, administrators combine multiple links into one larger connection. The links are joined in parallel to increase backbone capacity and prevent data disruptions in the event that one link

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RJ45 Modules

Standard Eurosize RJ45 Modules are single units thatsupport the structured cabling systems for voice and data applications. Modules that are compatible with specific performance specifications are available in standard European-style sizes.

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LJ6C modules

Standard LJ6C modules can be used as part of acabling system. LJ6C refers to an industry standard for a European module size that measures 21x37mm. The LJ6C RJ45 modules are built to work with UK floor boxes and mount into UK-type faceplates.

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Punch Down Modules

A punch-down module is a single unit that houses 110or krone-type punchdown connectors for telecommunication system distribution. Often used in telephony or datacom applications, a punch down module places wiring throughout numerous areas of

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Secondary Voice Modules

A secondary voice socket is an internal telephone wiring extension. It is a connection medium but does not have all of the components of a master socket, such as capacitor and resistor. However, modules are available with secondary, PSTN Master,

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Axis Camera Companion

When we think of video surveillance systems in the modern day, we think high definition; we think, scalability and simplicity. AXIS Camera Companion is, video surveillance made simple. Optimised for small systems up to 16 cameras. It is utilised

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Eight Reasons to Buy a Network Camera

1. End to Interlace Problems Each image formed from two interlace fields Bluriness from capturing moving objects even when connected to a DVR Entire Image captured at one time Crystal Clear Images even with a high degree of motion in the scene

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