network device

network device

Hardware that operates in a network. A "network" device is a component that makes up the network infrastructure such as modems, routers and switches. A "networked" device on the other hand refers to equipment that connects to a network, which includes computers, printers and most A/V gear (receivers, media hubs and servers, Blu-ray players, etc.), which operate in an Ethernet or Wi-Fi network or both. Smartphones and tablets all have Wi-Fi but are considered "mobile devices." See network device protocol, Ethernet and Wi-Fi.
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The first is for its "system and method for configuring a network device," and the second is for a "network configuration manager.
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This enables the automated testing of content aware network devices such as firewalls and content switches that perform deep packet inspection, as well as the ability to incorporate such realistic test traffic into traditional Layer 2-3 network device test plans.
Integrated with BMC Remedy Action Request System, DeviceAuthority further improves this process by adding network device change implementation and verification capabilities, as well as offering increased visibility into changes occurring across the network.
IBM Tivoli customers can detect a network device problem and now with Intelliden they can also view the device configuration, diagnose the problem, run detailed reports and bring the device back online with minimal manual intervention.
Patented 'modeling approach' - Intelliden's solution incorporates a patented methodology for transforming multi-vendor device configurations into a standardized network representation combined with powerful workflow engine and use friendly platform for dynamic network device management.
HP OpenView PolicyXpert enables network administrators to define Quality of Service (QoS) policies and deploy the policies on IP-based network devices, such as routers.
With VoyenceControl, we can automatically track anyone that has access to our clients' network devices, log who made what changes, and if those changes are authorized or in compliance with PCI mandates.

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