[Dshield] The demise of the hub
dshield at oitc.com
Sat Aug 11 21:44:06 GMT 2007
Again, I ask, why not just get a 10/100 hub at a used electronics
store which is where I get ours. Cheap and plentiful.
At 5:01 PM -0400 8/11/07, Johannes B. Ullrich wrote:
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>Rick Wanner wrote:
>> We use the Netoptics aggregating taps and they work wonderfully, both for
>> fibre and copper.
>> The problem with taps is that you can't inject traffic. Sometimes you
>> just need a hub. (-8
>The other option that hasn't been mentioned yet is a switch witch span
>port. So what's the cheapest one? Would be nice to get a 4 port switch
>with span port :-)
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