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Fluke Networks LinkSprinter 300 Reviewed

Fluke Networks LinkSprinter 300Fluke Networks' LinkSprinter 300 further enhances this handy network tool's usefulness.

Fluke Networks Drops Handheld Tester Fees

Fluke Networks logoFluke Networks has dropped cloud storage fees for its LinkSprinter [reviewed] low-cost handheld network tester.

Fluke Networks LinkSprinter Reviewed

Fluke Networks LinkSprinter 200Updated - Fluke Networks' LinkSprinter packs easy basic Ethernet network testing into a compact and (relatively) affordable package.

nVoy Certification Coming For Mashed-Up Home Networks

IEEE 1905.1Hybrid home networks are getting a Certification suite.

Higher Power PoE standard now at Draft 3.0

Updated 3/28/2008

The Ethernet Alliance today announced that the IEEE P802.3at task force has created IEEE P802.3at/Draft 3.0 and has submitted it to the IEEE 802.3 working group ballot for technical review of the draft standard. This task force expects to complete standard ratification by 2009.

Need To Know: Jumbo Frames in Small Networks

Need To Know: Jumbo Frames in Small NetworksJumbo frames can help you extract more throughput from gigabit Ethernet, but they require more than flipping a bit. Our tutorial will get you up to speed on Jumbo Frame basics.

SMC's EZ Connect g 2.4GHz 54Mbps Wireless Ethernet Adapter reviewed

SMC's EZ Connect g 2.4GHz 54Mbps Wireless Ethernet Adapter is the first product to support enhanced security via Wi-Fi Protected Access in a wireless bridging device. But although it has a few other useful tricks that it can do, we found it a little too quirky for our taste. Read the review and find out why.
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