Nokia LTE photos in a test environment.
In this Networking Basics Workshop we will be learning the following:
ETHERNET STANDARDS AND SPECS
CISCO ROUTER AND SWITCH BASIC
CISCO ROUTER AND SWITCH CONFIGURATION
LAYER 2 SWITCHING
LAYER 3 ROUTING
LAYER 3 ROUTING USING L3 SWITCHING
RECORDINGS OF THE WORKSHOP WILL BE SENT TO ALL THAT REGISTER – Even to those that could not attend
If you are looking for software updates for the Fiber Store switch lines then here you go:
Over the years many MidWestern WISPS have fashioned ways to use Harvestore silos for broadcast locations. With the help of one of our good clients, who did most of the work designing this, we were able to install a very solid structure on the top of a silo.
Please note. These photos were taken before wiring and final touches were installed. The backhaul dishes all need tie-backs to help prevent them from twisting in the wind. This was the biggest thing not shown in the photos.
A now-patched high-severity security vulnerability in WhatApp’s image filter feature could have been abused to send a malicious image over the messaging app to read sensitive information from the app’s memory.
Security firm Imperva culled the intelligence from nearly 5,600 network-level attacks encountered by its clients to find that attackers continued to increase the intensity of attacks as they also shortened attack duration. More than half of the attacks lasted eight minutes or less, with attackers repeatedly inundating the same companies with floods of data — including one attack that topped 1 Tbps, according to Imperva.
ShinyHunters, the same group of threat actors that posted T-Mobile users’ data for sale just days ago, is now selling 70 million records that allegedly belong to another mobile service provider – AT&T. The sample of data for sale includes AT&T users’ full names, social security numbers, email addresses, and dates of birth.
ShinyHunters is selling the database for a starting price of $200,000.