info@CITEL Nº 52 - Octubre, 2008 Comisión Interamericana de Telecomunicaciones (CITEL)
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Boletín electrónico Nº 52 - Octubre, 2008

 
 
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XIII meeting of PCC.I and preparation for WTSA-08
Using Universal Service Funds (USFs) to Move Towards Universal Connectivity
Connect the Caribbean Initiative Regulatory
Accounting Formation of IPv6 Task Forces
Virtual LAN
 
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Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

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Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

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  Próximos Eventos
 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información

 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información 

 
  Temas Relevantes
 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información

 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información 

 
  Capacitación
 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información

 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información 

 
  Noticias de la Región
 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información

 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

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Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

más información

 
Computers within a geographic area as can be a company
By Jorge Huamán Alarcón
 
Virtual LAN By Jorge Huamán Alarcón, National Institute for Telecommunication Research and Training of Peru (INICTEL-UNI) A Local Area Network (LAN) is defined as a network of computers within a geographic area as can be a company. One of the problems that we have is not having confidentiality between the users of the LAN as for example the directors. Also, if all the terminals are in the same domain, the band width was not used properly. The solution to this problem was to divide the LAN in physical segments that are independent among them, although this has the disadvantage of it not being possible to communicate between some of the LANs for some of the users.

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