Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyA new range of A4 colour laser printers and MFDs from Samsung delivers a range of print speeds and features to suit home offices up to small workgroups.
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Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: SecurityAttacks on or using networked printers or multifunction devices are nothing new, but the growth in malware is affecting embedded systems including those used in such devices, according to Tom Moore, McAfee's vice president of embedded security.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: StrategyApple may have won a jury verdict in its patent case against Samsung, but its motion to have certain Samsung devices banned from the US won't be heard until December.
I am facing this scenario: three or more remote LAN (peripheral offices), with the same devices (printers, NAS) in each of them. Those LANs have the same network addresses, i.e.192.168.1.* (are connected to WAN via NAT).
I need to collect snmp traps from a central server (public IP).
Question: how can I distinguish traps sent from two devices in different remote locations?