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SmartWrite-Accelerating SAN-over-WAN Performance
The limited distance capabilities of storage area networks (SANs) make it difficult for IT managers to share, protect, and move data over areas greater than ten

san protocol  and switches that link SANs over Internet protocol wide area networks (IP WANs) is one way to approach this difficulty. Go the distance with your SAN—learn what it takes to build and implement SAN-over-WAN solutions. Read More
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How to Make Virtualized iSCSI SANs Work for You
Enterprises of all sizes are building flexible storage infrastructures by using iSCSI and virtualization technologies that let them allocate and shift storage

san protocol  Systems Interface , ISCSI SAN Solutions , End to End Protocol , ISCSI IP SAN Storage , Virtual Infrastructure , ISCSI Storage Arrays , ISCSI Driver Acts , ISCSI Target , ISCSI Internet Scsi , ISCSI Internet Small Computer System Interface , ISCSI Protocol , ISCSI PDF , ISCSI Software , Word ISCSI , System And Storage Engineers , ISCSI Target Server Software , Use ISCSI , How To Create An ISCSI Target , Functional ISCSI SAN , ISCSI Consortium , Network Protocol Standard , Studio Network Solutions , Read More
Cisco to Become a Player in the DWDM
With the explosion in Metropolitan Area Network world, Cisco has decided to throw its hat into the ring with the Cisco Metro 1500 series. This Dense-Wavelength

san protocol  18, 2000 Event Summary San Jose, CA, May 2nd, 2000 - Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) announced their entrance into the emerging market of Dense-Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM). The Cisco Metro 1500 Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) is a scaleable switch, which will support existing infrastructure platforms such as Gigabit and ATM. This switch is capable of handling ring topologies with up to 32 wavelengths per fiber and it's a protocol independent solution for point-to-point network technologies. Read More
How to Use a Network Appliance SAN for Server and Storage Consolidation
If you’re dealing with increasing demands on your server storage by adding servers one at a time, the number of servers is growing hand in hand with management

san protocol  A NETAPP FIBRE CHANNEL SAN WITH VMWARE Once the appropriate software is installed, configuring VMware ESX to access NetApp storage via Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) and NAS (NFS) is simple. VMware allows the administrator to map LUNs to the virtual SCSI disks used by each virtual machine instance. Provisioning LUNs on the NetApp storage systems requires the following steps: Decide the size of the LUN, the LUN ID number, and where it will reside on the storage system (use VMware as the host OS type). If it Read More
Configuring QMC4052 via DHCP Configuration Guide
Want even more connectivity options for your storage area network (SAN)? Need to boot your blade server up to iSCSI-based storage systems? Itching to offload

san protocol  to support boot from SAN configurations? This paper outlines how dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) can be adapted in several ways to automate and ease the configuration of your servers. Read More
Building Reliable IP Telephony Systems
Reliability is the most critical aspect of a business phone system. However, there are different approaches to providing reliable voice over Internet protocol

san protocol  Reliable IP Telephony Systems Reliability is the most critical aspect of a business phone system. However, there are different approaches to providing reliable voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) systems, which is why you need to consider the reliability of the underlying data network—and the challenges of implementing a virtually always-available system on an infrastructure that has a much lower availability rating. Read More
Realizing Secure Networks by Overcoming Complexity: The Proteus IP Address Management System
Increased complexity, coupled with the adoption of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), demands additional management overhead for enterprise- and carrier-class

san protocol  Secure Networks by Overcoming Complexity: The Proteus IP Address Management System Increased complexity, coupled with the adoption of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), demands additional management overhead for enterprise- and carrier-class networks. This management need is compounded by requirement for corporations to implement IP version 6 (IPv6)-compatible networks to ensure capacity and service over the next decade. This transition will require careful planning, and naming systems will Read More
Nortel Networks Succession Communication Server for Enterprise 1000
Companies establishing a pure Internet protocol (IP) environment can benefit from the capabilities that are only supported by IP telephony, including a

san protocol  Networks Succession Communication Server for Enterprise 1000 Companies establishing a pure Internet protocol (IP) environment can benefit from the capabilities that are only supported by IP telephony, including a simplified cabling infrastructure; dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP)-enabled IP telephones that provide easier moves, adds, and changes; and support for 802.11 wireless devices, as well as the support of unified messaging, unified management, and web-based call center applications. Read More
Network Traffic Engineering Guidelines for Fibre Channel Switches
Scalability—or performance? In the past, storage area network (SAN) architects had to choose one over the other with regard to their SANs. Now, however

san protocol  past, storage area network (SAN) architects had to choose one over the other with regard to their SANs. Now, however, compromise is no longer necessary. Stackable switch solutions allow for seamless scaling and high performance—which means you can breathe as easily as your data transfers. Read More
IPv4-to-IPv6 Transition Strategies
Organizations with existing Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4) networks seeking to implement IPv6 face challenges in identifying impacts, planning the

san protocol  to-IPv6 Transition Strategies Organizations with existing Internet protocol version 4 (IPv4) networks seeking to implement IPv6 face challenges in identifying impacts, planning the transition, and executing the migration. Given the common organizational reliance on external communications for partner links, home-based employees, and Internet access, an overall plan should be compiled addressing the current environment, users, and the controlled steps to IPv6 deployment. Read More
Hosted VoIP Versus VoIP PBX
Is your company considering a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system? If so, there are at least two options to consider: hosted VoIP and VoIP Private Branch

san protocol  VoIP Versus VoIP PBX Is your company considering a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system? If so, there are at least two options to consider: hosted VoIP and VoIP Private Branch eXchange (PBX). This PDF gives you a high-level view of how each of these options fares on service maintenance, features, upfront costs, and extras, among other considerations, so you can gauge which is the right one for your business. Download it now. Read More
Smooth Migration to VoIP Service
Many companies want to migrate to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), but will not take any risk because their phone system is too critical to business

san protocol  Migration to VoIP Service Many companies want to migrate to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), but will not take any risk because their phone system is too critical to business. Openface presents a methodology for smoothly migrating to VoIP. Smooth Migration to VoIP is targeting companies that have a Legacy PBX in place (that is not IP-ready) and are interested in migrating to VoIP through a smooth transition process. Read More
Settling the VoIP Debate: Hosted VoIP vs. VoIP PBX
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are growing in popularity among businesses of all sizes. Both Hosted VoIP and VoIP PBX (Private Branch

san protocol  the VoIP Debate: Hosted VoIP vs. VoIP PBX Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are growing in popularity among businesses of all sizes. Both Hosted VoIP and VoIP PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems are available, with differing advantages and disadvantages related to bandwidth, cost, customization, and life expectancy. This white paper compares the advantages and disadvantages of hosted VoIP versus VoIP PBX systems and gives advice for businesses in the process of making a VoIP Read More
VoIP Introduction
VoIP uses internet protocol data packets to transfer voice, fax, and other data over the shared network, rather than the traditional public switched telephone

san protocol  Introduction VoIP uses internet protocol data packets to transfer voice, fax, and other data over the shared network, rather than the traditional public switched telephone network (PSTN), which is based on copper wires carrying analog voice data over the dedicated circuits. VoIP, in contrast to PSTN, uses what is called packet-switched telephony, whereby the voice information travels to its destination in individual network packets across the Internet that are assembled and then converted to voice. Read More
TEC Helps San Carlos Select New ERP Solution
San Carlos is one of the largest sugar cane plantations and sugar mills in Ecuador and has a number of sister companies, including a distillery, a paper mill

san protocol  Helps San Carlos Select New ERP Solution San Carlos is one of the largest sugar cane plantations and sugar mills in Ecuador and has a number of sister companies, including a distillery, a paper mill, and a recycling plant. San Carlos needed an enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform that could support all of these organizations. San Carlos turned to Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) for expert help with its ERP selection and with mapping its varied business processes. Read More

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