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In this version, c is now a pointer to an object of type myclass, and the >* operator is used to access sum and sum_it( ).
A specialized access control system integrates biometric hand geometry devices with single-person passage portals. Users are enrolled in the access control system, assigned PINs, and have their hand geometry captured when they arrive at the community. The PINs associate individuals with apartments and indicate whether the users are residents, guests, or staff members. The system records more than 10,000 transactions per day for 6,000 users. Users, including children and the elderly, guests, and staff use their hand as a key to pass through the single-person portals. The single-person-passage uses two interlocking doors and an occupancy sensor to prevent tailgating. The occupancy sensor determines whether the single-person passage portal is vacant, occupied by one person, or occupied by more than one person by the location of the weight distributed on its floor. When it senses single-person occupancy, the door the user entered through locks, and the person proceeds to the hand geometry device, enters a PIN on the keypad, and presents the hand to the device for verification. Using infrared, the unique hand geometry is compared to the user s stored template created during enrollment. Software also checks whether the user has current authorization. If the user is a tenant, she is given unlimited access for the term of her lease. Guest access is set electronically. If the user does not have current access authorization, she must exit the portal via the door through which she entered. A user who has a correct match and authorization proceeds through the second door, thus gaining access to the community. Templates are automatically updated with each verification adjusting to gradual changes in users hands that occur as they grow, age, or experience weight changes. If a user s hand geometry changes dramatically, for instance if he breaks a finger, a new template can be created. Guest are enrolled on their first visit and assigned a PIN, the duration of authorization depends on his status a visiting friend, a pizza delivery person, a baby sitter, and others. A previously enrolled guest whose access rights have expired can be reactivated on his return for subsequent visits. To eliminate the need for many re-enrollments for guests, enrollment information remains on file even after access authorization has expired. For exception handling (or work-around) purposes, a bypass mechanism enables a guard to override the system, for example, for a caregiver pushing a person in a wheelchair, or a parent with a stroller, or emergency responders. Video cameras monitor and record the bypass portal lanes to prevent unauthorized entry. The whole system can release all doors in case of power failure, fire alarm, or emergency. Crime is prevented through deterrence, limiting access to the unauthorized public, and denying access to specific undesirable individuals even if the tenant has approved the visit. Potential criminals worry that the system can provide information about them or block escape routes. Audit trails provided by the system have been used as an effective alibi to show that a person accused of having committed a crime at a certain location actually was present elsewhere. The audit trails have also been used to aid police
If, however, the destination station is on a different network, the sending station cannot send the packet to it directly. Instead, the sending station will send the packet to a node called the default gateway usually a router that has knowledge of neighboring and distant networks and is capable of forwarding packets to their destination. Any network that is interconnected to other networks will have a default gateway, which is where all packets for other networks are sent. The default gateway will forward the packet closer to its ultimate destination. For example, a station at IP address wishes to send a packet to a station at IP address The sending station s subnet mask is, which means it is on network 141.204.13. This is a different network from, so the sending station will send the packet instead to the default gateway at, a router that can forward the packet to When the packet reaches a router that is connected to the 141.204.21 network, that router can send the packet directly to the destination station, which is on the same network as the router. Classful Networks The original plan for subnets and subnet masks allowed for the network/node address boundary to align with the decimals in IP addresses. This was expressed in several classes of networks, shown in Table 5-6. The matter of the shortage of usable IP addresses in the global Internet is related to classful networks. This is discussed later in this chapter in the section, The Global Internet. Classless Networks It became clear that the rigidity of Class A, Class B, and Class C networks as the only ways to create subnets was wasteful. For instance, the smallest subnet available was a Class C network with its 256 available addresses. If a given subnet had only one station on it, the other 255 addresses were wasted and unused. This situation gave rise to classless networks, where subnet masks could divide networks at any arbitrary boundary. Classless networks don t have names like the classful networks Class A, Class B, and Class C. Instead, they just have subnet masks that help to serve the purpose of preserving IP addresses and allocating them more efficiently. Table 5-7 shows some example subnet masks that can be used to allocate IP addresses to smaller networks. NOTE The number of usable addresses in a subnet is equal to the number of nodes, which is two.
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One indication of a broadcast storm is very high CPU and port utilization on your switches. The best way to identify a layer 2 loop is to capture and analyze traffic with a protocol analyzer to determine whether the same packet appears multiple times. This is typically done by connecting your protocol analyzer to a switch and using the Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN) feature on your switch, which copies frames from an interface or VLAN to the SPAN port. A good protocol analyzer should be able to see that a loop exists and notify you of this problem. Once a loop is identified, to restore connectivity quickly, you should start disabling ports that are part of the loop; then diagnose the problem to determine whether a configuration issue on your part or the addition of a new layer 2 device is causing the problem. If you are having problems identifying what is causing the loop, turn on debug for STP (debug spanning-tree events).
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