To increase the diameter of the wires.
To increase the bending radius.
To identify the wires that belong together.
To increase the immunity to interference
Layer 2 switches
Bad IP quality (packet loss and jitter).
The bitrate of the LAN interfaces (10/100 MBit/s).
Transfer of loadware.
Too much bandwidth is reserved for VoIP data.
The processing effort in the network euipment is very big that long delay times occur.
Because all PCs are connected to the optiPoints less bandwidth is available.
The additional packet and frame header have increased the overhead very much therefore less bandwidth is effectively available now.
They are available for OpenStage 60 and OpenStage 80.
They allow for the querying of LDAP databases and directories.
They are operated via a web-based user interface
They require a V.24 connection between the OpenStage workpoint and a PC.
Requesting the retransmission of lost packets.
Storing packets and sending them out at a consistant rate
Reassembling packets into equal sizes.
Sending a confirmation message for every packet.
In the browser settings.
With the aid of the menu "Utilities".
In Unix Base Administration.
In the page "Public Area" of the HiPath 4000 Assistant
The desired language must be made available system-wide with the AMO ZAND.
The user requires a language selection key.
The language selection function must be assigned to the user dynamically in the AMO SDAT.
The language selection function must be assigned to the user statically in the AMO SDAT.
It contains application and transport related components.
Communication devices must support all seven layers so that network functions are possible.
The Data-Link Layer defines the MAC address for a device on the network.
The Transport Layer defines the cable specifications used in the network.
Via the Assistant 4000 menu "Real Time Diagnosis System".
Via the HiPath 4000 Assistant menu "Dynamic Traffic Monitoring".