• February 17, 2006 17 Feb'06

    ISDN, MPLS and VSAT, part 3

    We have a centralized database online system with hub and spoke network architecture. On top of this we have our own VPN setup. Our users either connect through VSAT or dedicated leased lines for accessing our system with ISDN as a last mile backup ...  Continue Reading

  • February 17, 2006 17 Feb'06

    ISDN, MPLS and VSAT, part 2

    We have a centralized database online system with hub and spoke network architecture. On top of this, we have our own VPN setup. Our users either connect through VSAT or dedicated leased lines for accessing our system with ISDN as a last mile backup...  Continue Reading

  • February 17, 2006 17 Feb'06

    ISDN, MPLS and VSAT

    We have a centralized database online system with hub and spoke network architecture. On top of this, we have our own VPN setup. Our users either connect through VSAT or dedicated leased lines for accessing our system with ISDN as a last mile backup...  Continue Reading

  • February 16, 2006 16 Feb'06

    How to use fuzzing to deter VoIP protocol attacks

    Lisa Phifer explains how functional protocol testing, also known as "black-box testing" or "fuzzing," can help you reduce the inherent risk posed by SIP and H.323 protocols.  Continue Reading

  • February 16, 2006 16 Feb'06

    Hosted VoIP: Take the headache and heartache out of VoIP, part 1

    No matter what size network an enterprise is running these days, large and small alike are faced with increasing technical and financial challenges. These include dealing with a myriad of networking components, never ending security issues, the ...  Continue Reading

  • February 14, 2006 14 Feb'06

    IP Networks, VoIP for the people

    Verizon Business is paving the VoIP way for enterprise branch offices by offering single-pipe, dynamic T-1 bandwidth allocation for voice, data and Internet access traffic.  Continue Reading

  • February 13, 2006 13 Feb'06

    Quiz: Romancing the Geek

    Here's our valentine to you: A selection of tech trivia nuggets for the discerning technophile. How many can you guess correctly?  Continue Reading

  • February 09, 2006 09 Feb'06

    Remote power cycling

    All those Power over Ethernet cables are attached to highly-configurable, easy-to-manage and -monitor switches -- which means that you have a very convenient way to cycle the power on those devices when necessary. Tom Lancaster explains how in this ...  Continue Reading

  • February 07, 2006 07 Feb'06

    Analyze this -- Anger management software

    Go ahead, lose your cool. But be sure to speak distinctly. Speech recognition software is designed to bring customer service to a whole new level.  Continue Reading

  • February 06, 2006 06 Feb'06

    School district cuts cost, gains features after graduating to VoIP

    Minnesota's Lakeville School District revamped its entire network. Now, all 18 buildings have VoIP. But don't be fooled by the success, the network administrator was extremely nervous.  Continue Reading

  • February 03, 2006 03 Feb'06

    VoIP trends in 2006

    What are the major developments in VoIP technology we can expect to see in the next 12 months?  Continue Reading

  • February 02, 2006 02 Feb'06

    VoIP protocol insecurity

    Like many Internet protocols, SIP was designed with simplicity, not security, in mind. And, although H.323 was created to meet broader goals, security issues have plagued it as well. Expert Lisa Phifer examines some of the vulnerabilities in this ...  Continue Reading

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