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MACsec is IEEE standard 802.1AE. It was developed by the IEEE to compliment the 802.1X-2004 standard. MACsec was developed to allow authorized systems to connect and then encrypt data that is transmitt...
Greetings. (Sorry for my english)A few days ago I purchased from eBay a used 2901 router.The router came with only two built-in connections (g0 / 0 g0 / 1) with no ehwic extensions.I connected the router to a home router that provides a 1gbps fiber connec...
Hi,I have problem with power consumption of switch Cisco Catalyst 2960S-48TS-L. There is max. consumption 52W in 100% utilization in datasheet, but I measured 90-100W power consumption with no load. Problem is that UPS time of this switch is half of assum...
Hello guys,I'm still new here so, I apologize in advance if I posted the question incorrectly.I'm trying to create a network that consists of 2 buildings. Each building has 3 floors and each floor has its own local network. Below is the IP table for the l...