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    NetOptics Taps

    We're going through right now and putting NetOptics taps on our critical links. They're passive devices that introduce no delay to the traffic. Supposedly (not tested) the device can lose power and...
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    There are so many factors to consider. If one of...

    There are so many factors to consider. If one of your VPN users has a T1 speed (1.5Mbps) or faster line, then one user could use all your bandwidth. If they start a file copy, run a huge database...
  3. Thread: Cable LAN?

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    IPX is routable protocol. Just not over the...

    IPX is routable protocol. Just not over the Internet as it's only a LAN protocol. If you really wanted to look into it, you could get cable routers that support VPN and create site-to-site VPNs...
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    We just recently reviewed NeXpose and I loved the...

    We just recently reviewed NeXpose and I loved the product. The product, in my experience, is similar to Nessus. I think the NeXpose has much better reporting capabilities, and is a little bit better...
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    Even if you block the traffic on your...

    Even if you block the traffic on your router/firewall, your WAN activity light will still blink because the packets are still coming across the wire. If you see a lot of WAN activity AND a lot of LAN...
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    I use GroupShield 6 for Exchange from McAfee....

    I use GroupShield 6 for Exchange from McAfee. Running Exchange 2003 on a single server for about 500 users. I've been using GroupShield since version 4.5 on Exchange 5.5, and have been liking it all...
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    There are issues when it comes to what data it's...

    There are issues when it comes to what data it's sending back to Microsoft. Once it starts getting into sending the contents of the documents, that can be an issue. There are legal guidelines that...
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    I use Ethereal as well and it works great. I've...

    I use Ethereal as well and it works great. I've only used it on Linux, so I can't vouch for the Windows version. If you want to get information about who is communicating with the box and what type...
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    Perhaps you have a run-away query, or a poorly...

    Perhaps you have a run-away query, or a poorly written report running against a database on the server? You can get some info in Enterprise Manager -> <server> -> Management -> Current Activity ->...
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