Technical knowledges

Hardware requirements for FreeBSD 8.X

Hardware Requirements for Installing FreeBSD 8.XHardware Requirements
1. Minimal Configuration
The minimal configuration to install FreeBSD varies with the FreeBSD version and the hardware architecture.A summary of this information is given in the following sections. Depending on the method chosen to install FreeBSD, a floppy drive, CDROM drive, or network adapter may be needed. Instructions on how to prepare the installation media can be found in Section 3.3.7, "Prepare the Boot Media".1.1. FreeBSD/i386 and FreeBSD/pc98
Both FreeBSD/i386 and FreeBSD/pc98 require a 486 or better processor, at least 24 MB of RAM, and at least 150 MB of free hard drive space for the most ...

Network Appliance Security System Tools Introdustions

Network Appliance Security Systems and Tools(IPS) intrusion prevention system: An IPS, or intrusion prevention system is used in computer security. It provides policies and rules for network traffic along with an intrusion detection system for alerting system or network administrators to suspicious traffic, but allows the administrator to provide the action upon being alerted. Some compare an IPS to a combination of IDS and an application layer firewall for protection.(IDS) intrusion detection system: An intrusion detection system (IDS) inspects all inbound and outbound network activity and identifies suspicious patterns that may indicate a network or system attack from ...

Network appliances feature LAN bypass

Network Bypass is a fault-tolerant feature that protects your essential business communications in the event of a power outage. When the power goes out, the WAN1 and LAN1 ports will be bridged together. When used with insert mode, such failures are completely transparent to the network. Therefore, your network connection is fully protected.Network Bypass in Networking: In the field of networking, "network bypass" can refer to a configuration in which traffic is rerouted around a network device or segment instead of being processed by it. This is typically used for high availability and performance. For example, a bypass switch can be used to route traffic around a firewall ...

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