The Oracle Advanced Networking Option is an optional product that provides
enhanced functionality to SQL*Net and Net8. Its set of features provides enhanced
security and authentication to your network and enables integration with a Distributed
Computing Environment (DCE). This guide provides generic information on
all these features of the Advanced Networking Option.
For information about installation of the Oracle Advanced Networking Option and
platform-specific details of the configuration and use of its features, refer also to
your Oracle platform-specific documentation....
The iPhone and iPad have made a powerful impact on the business world. Developers creating iOS apps for the enterprise face unique challenges involving networking, system integration, security, and device management. This Wrox guide provides everything you need to know to write iOS apps that integrate with enterprise network resources, providing options for networking iOS devices to enterprise systems and to each other.
Cable a network similar to the one in the diagram. The configuration output used in this lab is
produced from a 2950 series switch. Any other switch used may produce different output. The
following steps are intended to be executed on each switch unless specifically instructed otherwise.
Instructions are also provided for the 1900 Series switch, which initially displays a User Interface
Menu. Select the “Command Line” option from the menu to perform the steps for this lab.
Start a HyperTerminal session.
Note: Go to the erase and reload instructions at the end of this lab.
Consumer and business customers today seek wireless service that is readily
accessible, benefit rich, secure and affordable. Voice, data and video services,
Internet games, and mobile office access must all be provided to meet growing
demand from customers. Rollout of third-generation networks has made real-time
information flow of news, music, sports updates, browsing and image sharing
a reality that is driving growth and change in the network. The move toward
faster service will continue without end and requires that both bandwidth and
network locations be increased.
The CSPM graphical user interface follows a task-based layout and provides
quick access to the tasks required to configure and troubleshoot your CSPM
system. The task-based layout introduces you to the order dependency and
relationship of the tasks. For example, the Topology option is placed first on the
CSPM taskbar to indicate that you should first configure your topology. After you
configure your topology, you can configure your policy. Then, after generating the
commands based on your policy and topology, you can review and publish the
populated with usernames that will authenticate with encrypted passwords. (See the section Section 6.4.2, The smbpasswd File," earlier in this chapter.) In addition, Samba must know the location of the smbpasswd file; if it is not in the default location (typically /usr/local/samba/private/smbpasswd), you can explicitly name it using the smb passwd file option. If you wish, you can use the update encrypted to force Samba to update the smbpasswd file with encrypted passwords each time a client connects to a non-encrypted password.
We will review backup strategies, techniques, and other practices that make system and data
recovery a reliable and viable option when data loss occurs.
Superb backup tools exist for the Windows platform. A recent SANS Institute survey indicates that
several backup programs are in wide use. Veritas’ (formerly Seagate’s) BackupExec and Computer
Associates’ ArcServe programs were the most popular products in this survey. Legato’s Networker
is also represented and is a good tool for managing backups in a combined Windows/Unix network....
Security concepts are organized based on business needs, as opposed to tech-nological similarity. We’ve tried to focus on how these concepts relate in terms of practical business functionality. For example, network monitoring is discussed in Part 1, "Managing Security " rather than in a section on intrusion detection. For people with a technical background, this method of organization may seem strange. But one of our goals is to change the way people think about security. As we’ll say many times throughout the book, security is not a technological issue; it’s a business
This chapter describes the use cases and operational requirements of SSL VPNs and offers a detailed presentation on the operations of SSL. The chapter explains configurations, deployment options, and design considerations. It describes the steps to configure both Cisco VPN clientless mode and Cisco full-tunnel mode on Cisco ASA using the Cisco AnyConnect client.
Module 4: Configuring and troubleshooting DHCP. This module explains how to configure, manage, and troubleshoot Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers, and DHCP Scopes. The main contents in module includes: Overview of the DHCP server role, configuring DHCP scopes and options, managing a DHCP database, monitoring and troubleshooting DHCP, securing DHCP.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is defined loosely as a network in which customer
connectivity among multiple sites is deployed on a shared infrastructure with the same
access or security policies as a private network. With the recent advent of marketing
activities surrounding the term VPNs, from new technologies supporting VPNs to a flurry
of VPN-enabled products and services, you might think that the VPN concept is a major
technology throughput. However, as is often the case, VPN is a concept that is more than
10-years old and is well known in the service provider market space....
The FL1000 two-door, wall mount boxes feature a unique design and many integrated features such as:
• Multiple, configurable locking options that allow users and service providers separate access
• Acceptance of strength member tie-off hardware
• Acceptance of cable clamps at each corner
Grounding screws, mounting screws, and dust caps are included with each panel. More accessories are
available on page 33.
This module provides students with the knowledge and skills to configure
virtual servers in Exchange 2000 to connect Internet clients. The students will
learn the different security options available for clients when connecting to a
single computer running Exchange 2000 or front-end-back-end servers. The
students will also learn how to create and implement newsgroups and to
troubleshoot client connectivity by using Telnet.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 provides a range of customization capabilities.
This chapter provides an introduction to the CRM application architecture before
we learn the different customization capabilities in depth, in later chapters.
We'll discuss the different application tiers and how they can be customized to meet the particular needs of your business.
An organization must provide individuals with an opportunity to choose (opt out) if and how the personal information they provide is
used or disclosed to third parties, if such use is not compatible with the original purpose for which the information was collected.
Individuals must be provided with clear, readily available, and affordable mechanisms to exercise this option.
This module provides with students of an overview of Microsoft® Outlook®
Web Access functionality. Students examine the components of Outlook Web
Access and learn how they work together to process client requests. Students
will be able to create and configure an (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) HTTP
virtual server. In addition, they will learn Outlook Web Access security and
firewall configuration options
This chapter focuses on methods that can be used to provide you with a secure
network. The aim of this chapter is to familiarize you with common security
options and performance management queuing methods. This chapter covers
the following CCIE blueprint objectives as determined by the Cisco Systems
The setup wizard is designed to help you learn about navigation and typing, change options to personalize your BlackBerry® device, set up
wireless and Bluetooth® connections and set up one or more email addresses. The setup wizard should appear automatically the first time that
you turn on your device.
. If the Welcome screen does not appear automatically, on the Home screen or in a folder, click the Setup Wizard icon.
. Complete the instructions on the screen.
The 2x6 FiberGuide system provides another option to securely route and protect patch cords.
Designed for height-restricted environments, this robust system provides the same support and
system flexibility of the traditional 4x6 system while saving 2 inches of overhead space. The 2x6
system includes all the standard components of ADC's FiberGuide systems – fittings, a straight
section, a junction, and an Express Exit.
The Threat Analyzer allows you to add your own dashboard (s) using Options on the top
right corner of the Dashboards page. You can then add monitor (s) to your dashboard (s).
A monitor is a customized page to view alerts and threats. You can either use the default
monitors or create your own. When you add a dashboard, it is initially made up of a single
window where you can assign a monitor.
Once you assign or create the first monitor, you can right-click on the name display area of
the monitor (that you have just added) to...