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That's what dot1x is for

That's what dot1x is for

Posted Jul 15, 2012 17:16 UTC (Sun) by Cyberax (✭ supporter ✭, #52523)
In reply to: That's what dot1x is for by hummassa
Parent article: Cyberoam deep packet inspection and certificates

>We deal with this limiting EXTREMELY the bandwidth and reliability of the secondary infrastructure. If you want to use a non-standard thing, pay the price.

Nice. Increasing success by lowering expectations.

That's exactly why more and more people ditch all the 'standards compliant' crap and instead install something that is simple and stupid, but actually usable.

> For a really wide definition of working...
It gets stuff done. It doesn't annoy people. It's fairly easy to troubleshoot.

What more do you need?


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That's what dot1x is for

Posted Jul 15, 2012 18:18 UTC (Sun) by hummassa (subscriber, #307) [Link]

> What more do you need?

No exposure to huge liabilities?


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