ADTRAN (ADTN) has released its Total Access 900e Gen 3 series of Ethernet and multi-T1 IP business gateways, providing routing and voice features for services. What's included?
I am trying to set up a Cisco SA520 to run DHCP on my network. I have a vendor provided switch, the Adtran 1234, and it provides DHCP for our phone systems on VLAN 200. I do not have access to the Adtran, but the vendor gave me a IP on port 1 for WAN and said port 2 should be for the "trust" side should go.
An update to Adtran’s (NASDAQ: ADTN) Bluesocket virtual Wireless LAN (vWLAN) solution enables VARs and MSPs to offer users a virtualized, cloud-based WLAN service by housing the hardware controller at the service provider’s network operating center (NOC) rather than onsite, while the data sessions remain at the customer’s LAN.
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Greetings, and welcome to the Channel Partner Program Roundup, our weekly collection of channel doings you need to know about. This week we’re rounding up news from Adtran (ADTN), AVG Technologies (AVG) and SalesFUSION, so straighten your bandana, grab your fancy hat and let’s get going.
i have a linux server in which there there are 4 lan ports, 2 are configured, 10.21.14.160 and 220.127.116.11 whenever i ping from 10 series machines, When both ports are active, it starts looking for 100 series,
their gateways are, 10.21.14.201 and 18.104.22.168 respectively.
Historically, the consulting company that has recommended and set up the network devices for our company have installed AdTran routers. Then, they would put in place a secondary device for firewall or vpn functionality (in some cases a single device, in others, multiple devices for each function).
I am wondering, why would you not simply use the AdTran as the firewall?
I have a Raspberry Pi (running Raspbian) with three network interfaces (one ethernet and two USB wifi nics). What I want to achieve is this: I have two WAN connections to the internet (DSL + Cable), and I want to set up the RasPi in such a way that it offers two default gateways.
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