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Re: OOBM what does it stands for?


Pls help me to find which software i will download for OOBM modem from my PC via telephone & that oobm modem will connet with Router's Console Port

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Re: OOBM what does it stands for?

Out-Of-Band Management Network - where the network devices are linked to the console server physically rather than being managed through their ports.

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Re: OOBM what does it stands for?

Out-of-band Management. This refers to using a network or other management connection to the router that is not part of the normal data flow in and out of the router. For example, if you connect a dial-in modem to the router's console port and manage it through a phone line...this is considered out-of-band-management because you're not using normal communications bandwidth.

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What is MTU? wut does it stands for and what is it for?

Hello - MTU stands for Maximum Transmission Unit which is a measure of the size of a data "chunk" that can be sent over a network at a time. For example, if you are connected to the Internet using Ethernet the standard MTU is 1500 bytes while being connected over a WiFi connection would mean your using an MTU of 2272 bytes while an old fashioned modem would send 576 bytes at a time.

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What is a wireless network connection network key also called a wep or wpa key. Or where can i find it?

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Why is my DR655 running the wireless so slow? I have done all these tests and about to take this back to Future Shop where I bought this jewel. Testing is slower then the old dail up connection yet we are...

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