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ISA Firewall Quick Tip : Hostname Logger v 1.2 for ISA Server October 27, 2009

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ISA Firewall Quick Tip : Hostname Logger v 1.2 for ISA Server
This freeware Web filter replaces host’s IP-address by the hostname before logging at the URL-field (Web Proxy logs). Useful for SecureNET and Firewall clients

Cisco PIX Logging: Debugging to Emergency | Cisco firewall | Tech-Recipes October 27, 2009

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Cisco PIX Logging: Debugging to Emergency | Cisco firewall | Tech-Recipes
Logging is rated on 8 different levels. “0″ or Emergency is for catastrophic errors like shutdown or loss of connectivity to the inside. Level “7″ is debugging information, REALLY in-depth information on even the smallest detail. Debugging should only be used for short periods of time to isolate an issue because it generates so much information. Whatever logging level you use, it will automatically log the lower levels as well. For example, a good place to start is logging level 4 or the warning level. A good thing to remember is when you set logging 4, you get levels 3, 2, 1 and 0, as well.

0 – Emergency
1 – Alert
2 – Critical
3 – Error
4 – Warning
5 – Notification
6 – Informational
7 – Debugging

Next, is the logging facility. The PIX can have eight different logging facilities or “profiles”. For example, you can set up logging facility 1 as your normal, everyday syslog information. You set the LEVEL inside the logging facility, so lets use level 4 for this example. Well, say you want just catastrophic messages sent directly to another computer, so you set a different “profile” (i.e. local2) to report level 0 messages. You don’t need to set this specifically if you want to use just one profile, it will default to a generic “local0″

ASA/PIX Cisco « Technical Blog about IT Security and Networking October 19, 2009

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ASA/PIX Cisco « Technical Blog about IT Security and Networking
Finding the station/IP using/abusing most of the bandwidth – PIX/ASAFiled under: ASA/PIX Cisco, Cisco — yurisk @ 9:13 am Here is a short how-to I wrote some (well ,long) time ago for the newcomers to our department. It was written for the PIX , but applies to ASA as well in most cases,see for ASA notes for differences.Usually it starts with client complaining about slow internet, or users that already work in net are ok but new ones can’t connect, sometimes PIX crashes periodically (depends on case – every few hours), seldom but client directly asks what station in LAN is bombing the PIX with connections.

SANAtech XPS Viewer October 12, 2009

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XPS EverywhereDocument technology is a key component of many of today’s business applications such as workflow systems, document management, document collaboration and archiving to name a few. XPS is a modern document technology standard that describes electronic paper in an open XML based format, it is destined to play a dominant role in such applications.For enterprises wishing to deploy XPS document technology solutions across heterogeneous environments, for software development companies looking to integrate XPS in their applications, SANAtech has the right solution.SANAtech provides multi platform XPS products and software tools to leverage XPS technology over a wide range of operating systems and devices. From enterprise document servers to mobile and embedded devices, SANAtech provides true XPS Everywhere technology today

Device Manager does not display devices that are not connected to the Windows XP-based computer October 7, 2009

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Device Manager does not display devices that are not connected to the Windows XP-based computer
Device Manager displays only non-Plug and Play devices, drivers, and printers when you click Show hidden devices on the View menu. Devices that you install that are not connected to the computer (such as a Universal Serial Bus [USB] device or "ghosted" devices) are not displayed in Device Manager, even when you click Show hidden devices.

eCoupled Wireless Power Technology | Applications for Home, Office, Automobile | Fulton Innovation October 7, 2009

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eCoupled Wireless Power Technology | Applications for Home, Office, Automobile | Fulton Innovation
Welcome to the evolution of intelligent wireless power.eCoupled™ technology changes the way people interact with power. Typically, you arrive home to plug in your phone, PDA, MP3 player, camera and laptop to charge. We see a different world.Imagine your portable electronics all sharing multiple surfaces throughout your kitchen, living room, office and car exchanging data and charging without the adaptors, without the wires.This is intelligent wireless power.

Splashpower Wireless Power is now eCoupled™ October 7, 2009

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Splashpower Wireless Power is now eCoupled™
In April 2008, Splashpower became a part of eCoupled intelligent wireless power technology