Cisco Network Positioning System

Cisco’s NPS: The Cisco Network Positioning System (NPS) provides and manages virtual cloud-based services and other network applications from the network. It is built on advanced network features and the intelligence inside next generation networks (NGN), and further aggregates the…
Two Types of Networks: LANs and WANs

Networks are divided into two types, a LAN (Local Area Network) or a WAN (Wide Area Network), which are generic terms referring to two important basic types of networks. The Internet can be thought of as a bunch of LANs interconnected by…

When an individual Company or Organization has locations that are separated by large geographical distances, it will be a matter of necessity to connect these individual locations so as to share, exchange and manager data or communication. To achieve this,…

Cisco 1941W builds on the best-in-class offering of the existing Cisco 1841 Integrated Services Routers by offering Cisco 1941W. In addition to the support of a wide range of wireless connectivity options supported on Cisco 1941W, Cisco 1941W offers integration…

A wireless access point allows computers to connect to a wireless network. Wireless routers include a wireless access point built-in. Stand-alone models such as Cisco Aironet series connect to a wired network, allowing connection to an existing server over Wi-Fi.…

Supervisor Engine is a module that is installed in the Cisco Chassis-based Catalyst Switches or Routers. Supervisor engine contains nearly all the same components of a fixed Cisco Switches or Routers. These Supervisor engines come in a variety of different…