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5 Rules for a More Accurate Internet Speed Test

Most of us are familiar with those popular Internet speed test services out there. You’ve probably seen some of these sites before, like Speedtest.net, Speakeasy, etc. What these sites do is let you test your upload and download bandwidth, giving you some idea about the quality of your connection to the Internet… but how accurate

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Five Solutions to Build up Different Networks

Nowadays, Communication network is more and more important for the enterprises. No matter how many employee the enterprise has, a suitable network is necessary. So, how do we build a right network according to our scale of business? If you have a small, medium or large business, what is the best solution to build up

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How to select a Cisco Router?

Which cisco router do i need? As we all know, Cisco routers have many series, such as 800 series, 1900 series, 2900 series, etc. These series are too complicated to give us the right answer to select a Cisco router. We may know the number of series is bigger, the performance is better and price

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How to Design Outdoor Wireless Networks for Campus Mobile Classrooms?

Some problems have come up a lot in recent weeks for larger school systems whose enrollment at each school can change rapidly from year to year. Many school systems today have a growing number of mobile classrooms. The challenge for IT management is that the parents and school administrators expect that Wi-Fi and network access

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How Cisco routers boot Cisco IOS software?

When a router starts up it needs to know which software to load and which configuration file to use. The way it determines these two things is by looking at its configuration register setting and its startup configuration in nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM).When a router is booting up, it searches its configuration register to determine where

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Tutorial on Resetting and Verifying Cisco Routers to Default Factory Setting

No matter for an end-user or a company, you may hope your new bought router to benefit you best; thus, it’s necessary to restore the router to factory settings. Now, there are the simple but practical tips for resetting Cisco routers: 1. To erase the configuration file, issue the erase nvram: command. Reload the router

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How to Upgrade Flash Memory in a Cisco 877 Router Step by Step?

Generally, to upgrade the flash memory and dynamic RAM (DRAM), you must open the router chassis. You must provide a number 1 Phillips screwdriver and an antistatic mat. The model shown in the following procedure is a Cisco 887 router, but the other Cisco 800 series routers are similar to it. Follow these steps to

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What are the functions of Cisco Access Points and how to configure the 1242 Wireless AP?

Cisco Access Points are strong and reliable but require a little more configuration than your typical Linksys, or other low side Cisco devices. In this article, we will take the Cisco wireless AP —AIR-AP1242AG-A-K9 as an example. You will find out how to configure this enterprise grade wireless AP to allow your wireless users to

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Popular Questions and Answers for Cisco License SEC-K9 and HSEC-K9

As one of the most popular and important Cisco products, Cisco license are welcomed by all our customers. But, there are many problems or questions they may not clear. Now, let’s share these classic examples with all. Q. The end customer is in the United States, so why does this customer need to comply with

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Tutorial of Cisco WIC and HWIC-4T1/E1 WAN Interface Card

A WAN interface card, or WIC, is a specialized network interface card (NIC) that allows devices to connect to a wide area network. (A NIC provides the interface between a device and a local area network.) A WIC has a built-in Channel Service Unit/Data Service Unit (CSU/DSU) interface that allows the card to communicate with

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