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Troubleshoot Network With a Syslog Server
Most network devices, like switches and routers, are capable of generating a log of events, called a syslog. It can be difficult to sift through the volume of logged messages therefore several company's have created utilities called syslog servers to search, sort and group messages and provide other useful features. More ...

Basics of RAID
RAID is simply an acronym that stands for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks. RAID generally allows data to be written to multiple hard disk drives so that a failure of any one drive in the array does not result in the loss of any data, as well as increasing the system?s fault tolerance. More ...

Nine Tips for Designing a Small Business Network
Technology professionals can get wrapped up in a lot of detail while planning and designing systems. It is up to the business to ensure that the needs and requirements of the business are considered throughout the planning process. More ...

How to Make a Network Cable
The steps below are general Ethernet Cat 5 cable construction guidelines. For our example, we will be making a Category 5e patch cable, but the same general method will work for making any category of network cables. More ...

Website Design Process Client Meeting Checklist
The first step in creating an effective design is meeting the clients. If possible the first meeting should be person-to-person. Here are questions to ask. More ...

Campus and WAN Multilayer Network Design
The idea for defining a multilayer campus model was developed by Cisco to improve campus network performance, availability and scalability. There are three layers that comprise the campus multilayer model are the access layer, distribution layer and core layer. More ...

Questions to Ask Before Beginning Network Design
Before beginnig to design your network, you need to ask, and have answered, several key questions: Will you allow your PC(s) to access Internet services. Will you allow other users to access services that you provide from your private network. More ...

The Secret of Maintaining Your Fiber Optic Network
During fiber optic network maintenance it is often necessary to identify a specific fiber without disrupting live service. A fiber identifier allows you to do this. More ...

Network Change Control System
The most boring, but also the most important task of a network administrator is documenting the network. Documenting your network can save you an enormous amount of time and money. More ...

How to Design a Highly Reliable Fiber Optic Network
What happens if a major fiber optic cable is cut or a major hubbing location is destroyed? This article is about the survivability of a well designed fiber network. More ...

Lean IT in Simple Terms
Lean is a method applied by Toyota to their manufacturing system in the 1990's. Lean IT is an extension of this method applied to the IT environment. It's difficult to lean what lean IT is because, in order to sell training seminars and certifications, any description or explanation of it is loaded with buzzwords and jargon. More ...

Five Network Design Considerations
Here are five things that must be taken into consideration in a network's design. A designer must consider; redundancy, congestion, hardware limits, monitoring, and Layer 8, the hypothetical 'user' layer of the OSI model in network design. More ...

Network Design and Proof of Concept Testing
All design changes you make to your network must be tested with a proof of concept plan. The proof of concept test results should be examined and used to modify current infrastructure, security and management specifications before generating a design proposal. More ...

Everything You Need To Know About LAN Backbone Cabling
In many cases, backbone cabling is between wiring closets on the same floor of a building, but it may be the floor to floor wiring in a multi-floor building, or between buildings on a campus. More ...

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