Tag: computer networks

  • vssadmin shadowstorage

    I ran into an issues today with one of our clients backup not running properly.  After checking the log – “There is not enough space on the volume where the snapshot storage is located.”  This log is a bit misleading.  I’ve tried to clean up the hard disk a bit using space mongo.  Re run…

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  • Network Security – when is it sufficient?

    I had a customer asked me when is network security sufficient? That’s a tough and broad question, I thought. I really didn’t have a direct easy answer to this. It really depends on what kind of business you are in, what kind of information you are trying to protect. Depending on the business, I’m pretty…

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  • Voice and Data Cabling

    Types of Cabling Category 3 Category 5/5e Category 6 Fiber Coaxial Cabling Details Category 3: Cabling systems are categorized by the levels of data they are able to sustain.  Category 3, commonly referred to as Cat-3, is an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable designed to carry a maximum data rate of 10Mbit/s and bandwidth of…

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  • 3 Types of Networks

    Small to Larges scale business computer network will assist in the interconnect of a group of computer systems for business purposes. This will allow employees to share files over the network with other employees. A network will help in efficiency and productivity. A network can consist of two or more computers, phone systems and other…

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  • Network Terminology

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    After 19 years of being in the industry, I decided to take some refresher course, I’m hoping to learning something new.  Today I decided to learn or revisit network terminology. Network Terminology Host:  A host is any device that is connected to a network.  Typically a host will use 1 ip address.  Here are some…

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