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Where can I find a Visio Stensil for an HP A5120 JG237A Switch? I looked through VisioCafe and wasn't able to find one for this type of switch.
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Hello, I have bought an HP MSR 2003 router and I am trying to configure IPSec tunnel between it and a Pfsense firewall. I have created all the necessary rules and so on, but on the ESP encryption options there is only DES as an encryption algorithm....
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function getNumberField(fileName) { var nextNumber = new SCDatum ; var callRtn =new SCDatum; system.functions.rtecall("getnumber", callRtn, nextNumber, fileName); return nextNumber; } function getNextSequentialNumber() { var numberFile = ne...
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function getNumberField(fileName) { var nextNumber = new SCDatum ; var callRtn =new SCDatum; system.functions.rtecall("getnumber", callRtn, nextNumber, fileName); return nextNumber; } function getNextSequentialNumber() { var numberFile = ne...
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HI I've been searching web for a while and still I am not able to find something that makes me sure in our company we want to use HP NC560 sfp+ in a normal pc ( asus maximus viii mobo ), but before we buy that and try, does HP Nic's work outside HP s...
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I am tyring to setup an IKE vpn from a Palo Alto to a MSR2003. I can't seem to figure it out. I can get the phase1 and phase2 to talk on the Palo Alto however on the HP router I do display ipsec sa and it's blank. Can't seem to get the 2 to talk prop...
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Hello Hessam, I agree with you about electronic Standards (a PCIe bus is a PCIe bus, no more...no less)...but you have to consider that the card using that bus is then equipped with its Hardware (which shall adhere to that Standard, so all it's OK he...
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Hello, Short answer: I don't know if it will/will not work...and I'm quite sure nobody knows that. The "risky business" term I used means (to me) that you risk to purchase [*] an Hardware ( that NIC plus at least SFP+ Transceiver ) and then...
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Hard to say...Isn't the list of supported OS long enough? Using it ( 665249-B21 ) on a normal PC hardware...it can be a risky business...and - for sure - isn't the best way to deploy it (any Hardware/Software/Firmware related to that NIC was engineer...
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