This chapter provides an overview of the components that are used in a Cisco® Stream Manager
Video Surveillance solution. These components are discussed in more detail throughout this
Solutions Reference Network Design (SRND) Guide.
Video surveillance is a key component of the safety and security of many organizations, providing
real-time monitoring of the environment, people and assets, and providing recording for
investigation purposes. Benefits of Cisco’s Video Surveillance solution include:...
Video surveillance has been a key component of many organizations’ safety and security groups for decades. As an application, video surveillance has demonstrated its value and benefits countless times by:
Providing real-time monitoring of a facility's environment, people, and assets.
Recording the movements inside and outside a facility's environment for delayed viewing.
Many traditional video surveillance deployments are purely analog and have not yet been able to benefit from a converged network approach.
Briefly review fundamental stream operations and introduce the stream
classes that are provided by System.IO. Point out that this module discusses
synchronous operations only; asynchronous operations are beyond the scope
of this course.
GPON is a culmination of the best in BPON and EPON techniques. Most agree
that eventually, everything will move to IP (voice over IP, video over IP, robust
data applications like gaming, video streaming, MPEG3 downloads), and
quadruple play applications (network appliances, security, video surveillance).
The advantages of GPON are key in driving commitment by the large volume
carriers to the GPON standard. As GPON moves to become the standard
of choice for fiber-to-the-premise (FTTP) networks, cost reductions and
inter-operability will accelerate....
SQL*Net is a protocol Oracle uses to communicate between client and server
processes. (SQL stands for Structured Query Language.) The protocol consists of
different packet types that PIX Firewall handles to make the data stream appear
consistent to the Oracle applications on either side of the firewall. SQL*Net is
enabled with the fixup protocol sqlnet command, which is provided in the default
ADC connectivity products allow wireless network operators to migrate to new equipment, new
network protocols, and new network topology, to provide enhanced service beyond just voice and
limited text messaging (i.e. gaming, video streaming, real-time financial transactions and Internet
access). ADC connectivity products help build wireless networks that are readily accessible, benefit
rich, secure, and affordable.
Intrusion detection systems and vulnerability scanners provide an additional layer of network security.While ﬁrewalls permit
or deny trafﬁc based on source, destination, port, or other criteria, they do not actually analyze trafﬁc for attacks or search
the network for existing vulnerabilities. In addition, ﬁrewalls typically do not address the internal threat presented by