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go-green-it

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Apr2014
Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE) enables power reduction on transmission when there is nothing to transmit. Why? Most Ethernet ports remains always on running at maximum power, irrespective of whether there is data to transmit or not. Ethernet port traffic is bursty remaining idle for majority of its operation. The EEE enabled switch could reduce it’s […]
April 25, 2014Praveen Bahethi

03

Apr2014
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) uses a range of addresses with options to provide clients with IP address configurations to operate on the network.  DHCP servers are configured with scopes by an administrator to manage IP addressing in the network. Scopes are also known as pools, than contain a range of ... Read More
April 3, 2014Praveen Bahethi

01

Apr2014
Spanning Tree (STP) is running on all switch ports by default once the daemon is enabled.  STP first LISTENS and LEARNS before FORWARDING traffic.  It's the LISTENING and LEARNING states that delays traffic from being delivered to end devices.  The lack of FORWARDING during the LISTENING and LEARNING interval can cause IP address configuration failure ... Read More
April 1, 2014Praveen Bahethi

01

Apr2014
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is link-state protocol that uses the Djikstra Algorithm to determine a shortest path tree.  The OSPF algorithm uses cost defined on links to determine the best path to a network.  For OSPF to remain loop free, each and every router needs to know of all ... Read More
April 1, 2014Praveen Bahethi