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IP Networks and Security: Everything You Might Not Know
May 22, 2013, 2:00pm EDT.
Duration: 1 Hr Presented by: Julie Jacobson, Editor-at-Large, CEPro Nick Phillips, VP of Sales and Marketing, Pakedge
There are some questions that come up again and again about home networks, and Pakedge has heard them all. The IP/IT product and service provider has collected the Top 10 questions fielded by the company’s tech-support department, and will provide the answers in this live online event.
Among those tech-support calls:
- My router has an external IP but it’s not connecting to the internet.
- I’m unable to talk to devices across VLANs.
- I’m not seeing devices over VPN.
- My client device is unable to connect to WiFi.
- What is the best way to protect a home network from new bots like Shodan that can find anything with an IP address?
Come prepared to the Webinar with your own networking questions, and if we can’t answer them during the live event, we’ll follow up afterwards