SOHO wireless routers may be the most common network devices in the world, so it’s important that you understand some of the more detailed configuration settings. In this video, you’ll learn about wireless channels, encryption, NAT, port forwarding, port triggering, IP addressing, DMZ ports, QoS, and more.
It takes a lot of technology to blend together a unified communication platform. In this video, you’ll learn about unified communications and how VoIP, video streaming, presence, and QoS work together to make UC a reality.
As technology as improved, we’ve added more and more functionality to our security gateways. In this video, you’ll learn about unified threat management appliances and the functionality they bring to securing our network resources.
The network adapter configuration is the first step when connecting to the network. In this video, you’ll learn how to set adapter configuration settings and configure quality of service (QoS) options.
Our SOHO routers include a myriad of settings, configuration options, and network selections. In this video, you’ll learn about options like MAC address filtering, wireless encryption options, port forwarding and port triggering, SSID, IP address management, DMZ ports, WPS, and quality of service configurations.
There are a number of techniques that network administrators can use to prioritize traffic on the network. In this video, you’ll learn about traffic management techniques and how they are used in enterprise networks.
With quality of service, you can allow some applications to have a higher priority than others. In this video, you’ll learn about many QoS techniques and how you can manage both applications and bandwidth using quality of service.
What are the most important reasons for maintaining network performance? Optimizing your network efficiency can yield significant gains, and in this module you’ll learn the importance of performance optimization and a number of ways you can increase the performance of your network. We’ll cover quality of server, load balancing, high availability, caching engines, and much more.