How does redundancy/failover work in stacked switches? If I have a router with an uplink to master that has 4 more switches, if that master fails , how do the other 4 switches know how to get to the router since I dont have a link going to the router directly from all the switches but only master? Or, do I need ethernet links from all switches to the router?
If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides. The NetScaler How To Guides show administrators how to get NetScaler up and configured by providing instructions for common scenarios and some not so common ones.
ADCs have gained traction within the last decade, largely due to increased demand for legacy load balancing appliances to handle more advanced application delivery requirements and improve application performance.
David Varnum recently wrote up his impressions of PRTG, based on a presentation by my colleague Christian at Tech Field Day at VMworld in Barcelona.
Thanks David, for your detailed and honest evaluation!
Viewers will learn how to connect to a wireless network using the network security key. They will also learn how to access the IP address and DNS server for connections that must be done manually.
After setting up a router, find the network security…