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How to Configure HSRP on a Cisco Router (with GSN3 lab)

hsrp configuration

Hot Standby Routing Protocol or HSRP, is a Cisco proprietary protocol that allows two or more routers to work together to represent a single IP address for a particular network. HSRP, as well as Virtual Route Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) are considered high-availability network services that allow for almost immediate fail …

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Low latency networks for financial and trading applications

Low latency networks

Financial and trading firms don’t care about a “fair game”, all they care is winning and making a profit. Thanks to high-end technology, they have the ability to trade extremely fast which gives them advantages on the market. Low latency networks are the weapons of choice! The trading game is …

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9 Types of Software Defined Network attacks and how to protect from them

software defined network attacks

It is a fact, corporations are looking towards Software Defined Networks (SDN), but something keeps troubling their peace of mind…their network security. Software defined network attacks are unfortunately a reality nowadays, so let’s see how they try to breach into the network. Many things have been said about the ability …

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