Garland Technology ensures complete packet visibility by delivering a full platform of network TAP (test access point), inline bypass and packet broker products.
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Tony Fortunato is a Senior Network Performance Specialist with experience in design, implementation and troubleshooting networks since 1989. Tony will teach or troubleshoot on your live network as part of his customized onsite training service for your staff.
In the beginning, SPDY, an open networking protocol developed primarily at Google for transporting web content was supported on Internet Explorer and Chrome web browsers through a default setting. The core developers of SPDY were involved...
When I teach Wireshark classes, I commonly get asked, “What do I do when I get back to my desk?”, “What if I can’t span a port, or don’t have a TAP?” I typically show my attendees dozens of “Baselines” that would only take a few minutes to...
There are an increasing number of network attached devices, and trying to keep them organized gets to be challenging. Since different devices might require different IP configuration settings and statically configuring them isn’t...
VMWARE and virtual machines in general should be a very important part of your tool kit. Virtual environments allow you to better familiarize yourself with different operating systems or test without affecting your real environment or...
I was speaking with a client the other day and they were asking me how Microsoft behaves if a device has two default gateways. One thing I have to say about my job and clients, I always get interesting scenarios and questions to figure out.
I want to address the age old argument of SPAN vs TAP. Over the years I’ve read a few articles covering the points you should be familiar with when working with either. Most of the articles cover similar points; SPAN will not forward...