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The Complete Solutions Guide to a Redundant Switched Topology – Pt. 2

The Complete Solutions Guide to a Redundant Switched Topology – Pt. 2

We've all experienced the frustrations of a popular application, such as Slack, Microsoft Teams, or other SaaS products going down due to network issues. Many of these applications and services have stringent network requirements, so their networks must support uninterrupted communica …

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The Complete Solutions Guide to a Redundant Switched Topology – Pt. 1

The Complete Solutions Guide to a Redundant Switched Topology – Pt. 1

Network redundancy provides multiple paths for traffic so that network communications remain functional even during a failure. A network failure can occur due to a faulty device/link or a network attack (e.g., DDoS, man-in-the-middle attacks, ARP spoofing, etc.). Relying on just one d …

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How High CPU Utilization Can Slow Down Your Devices

CPU Utilization Is High - What Next?

Is your device lagging, nobody can get traffic across the network, connections aren’t being made inbound or out? Maybe the cursor is moving slow, or the entire device is not responding? You can hear the fans speeding up, the unit is working its hardest, but you’re getting nothing in r …

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