There are several methods for implementing a remote network connection. The two most common methods are Port Forwarding and Virtual Private Networking (VPN). In this article, these two methods will be discussed and compared. Which method an installer elects to use may depend upon the features supported by the equipment being installed
Look At That Stuff - Storage folks made it through last year - just barely - delivering enough capacity that just met everyone's/everything's needs. But man if you look out on the horizon - and beyond - it looks hairy. Even having people working round the clock the content tsunami will just keep boring down on us.
While a plumber must work with the limitations of a physical world of pipes, fixtures and (ugh) water, a Digitician® can work through secure digital Internet connection to complete his or her work without ever leaving the office.
With the increased penetration of broadband and with the technological advances in home networking, there is a considerable market demand for the home gateway devices. Currently the applications such as Internet connection sharing, file/print sharing and VPN are driving the sales of Home Gateway boxes, but soon these gateway boxes will be available with Voice, Multimedia and other functionalities also.
Home networks as you are getting to know them must change and evolve to include appliances, light switches, audio and video products, security systems, you name it. I see no reason that a home network can not include these capabilities. Let's have a little imagination here.
By enabling the home control network to extend beyond the home and allowing service providers to offer value-add services to leverage the in-home network, many new things become possible. First, the cost of the in-home network will begin to be insignificant, as it has happened to cellular phones and cable TV set-top boxes.
The all new XAP-1510 offers a best in class Wireless Access Point designed specifically for the CI channel. Combining high output power and leading-edge 802.11ac 3x3 Dual-Band technology with Beamforming, the XAP-1510 delivers data rates up to 1900Mbps along with outstanding wireless coverage for a world-class Wi-Fi experience. It can be used as a standalone AP or as part of a multi-AP deployment together with Luxul's XWC-1000 wireless controller. The XAP-1510 will be available from authorized Luxul distributors in October.