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26. Scroll down further and locate the UpdateMarketValues event handler. To the UpdateMarketValues handler, add the market update simulation code:
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Every user has an account containing unique credentials that allow the user to access resources on a local computer or domain. Accounts can be local to a computer or domain based. If the account is specific to a local computer, the user will not be able to access networkbased resources unless the resources have been configured to allow Anonymous access. If the account is domain based, the user will be able to access network resources from the local computer. However, his or her permissions as a user of network resources might be quite different than his or her rights on the local computer. For more information about how accounts are authenticated, see 16, Understanding Logon and Authentication. Two user accounts Administrator and Guest are created automatically when Windows XP Professional is installed. The Administrator account can be used to initially log on and configure the computer. For example, the Administrator can install software, configure printers, join the computer to a domain, and so on. After the computer has been configured, it is necessary to log on as Administrator only to perform administrative tasks. Tip
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Part V:
The simplest form of LSP protection is for the ingress or an intermediate LSR to immediately attempt to reroute the LSP when it is notified of a failure. This is possible in both protocols, but may result in a relatively slow failover (typically at least several seconds) as the failure must be propagated and the new LSP must be signaled. This will not be fast enough for applications such as voice. Much faster LSP protection can be achieved if the link between two LSRs is protected by a layer 2 protection scheme such as Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) or Automatic Protection Switching (APS) built on top of ATM. Such protection is transparent to the LSP and could be deployed with either protocol. Layer 2 protection can be expensive to implement and is localized to a single hop in the LSP. Link protection of this sort is, in any case, no protection against the failure of an individual LSR. At the time of this writing, the MPLS Working Group is considering schemes to provide preprogrammed alternate routes for an LSP across a wider portion of the LSP path and automatic switching of traffic to one of the alternate routes after a failure. Protection switching may be performed by intermediate routers in the LSP path, not just by the ingress LSR. The extensions to MPLS for protection switching are not yet fully specified, but should be available for both CR-LDP and RSVP.
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and give you more flexibility. For example, your family room might have two computers networked together. One computer provides Internet access to your home network. Your children use the Internet for homework as well as game playing on a regular basis, and using the computer in the family room is sometimes inconvenient for you. You could add a wireless adapter to a laptop computer and do your computing in the quiet and privacy of another room while your children do their homework or play games in the family room.
A condition in which one resource is preventing another resource from functioning at its best. For example, when one application monopolizes the system processor to the exclusion of all other operations, there is a bottleneck at the processor.
As I reviewed my post-engagement notes, I noticed that significant portions of the project challenges had clearly recurring themes: stakeholders were either late to the project or, in most cases, stakeholders were completely absent from the projects. I could see the correlation between stakeholder involvement and quality of not only the outcome, but also project velocity, access to critical physical areas, total budget allocation, and the speed with which a myriad of other logistic, technical, and quality issues occurred. In addition, I realized that other sequence elements were either deficient or missing entirely from the process.
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A DS region is a set of one or more contiguous DS domains. DS regions are capable of supporting DS along paths that span the domains within the region. The DS domains in a DS region may support different PHB groups internally and different code point -- PHB mappings. However, to permit services that span across the domains, the peering DS domains must each establish a peering SLA that defines (either explicitly or implicitly) a TCA that specifies how transit traffic from one DS domain to another is conditioned at the boundary between the two DS domains. It is possible that several DS domains within a DS region may adopt a common service-provisioning policy and may support a common set of PHB groups and code point mappings, thus eliminating the need for traffic conditioning between those DS domains.
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