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For example, you might want to grant certain public members of the base class public status in the derived class even though the base class is inherited as private. You have two ways to accomplish this. First, you can use a using statement, and this is the preferred way. The using statement, designed primarily to support namespaces, is discussed later in this chapter. The second way to restore an inherited member s access specification is to employ an access declaration within the derived class. Access declarations are currently supported by ANSI/ISO Standard C++, but they are deprecated. This means that they should not be used for new code. Since there are still many existing programs that use access declarations, they will be examined here. An access declaration takes this general form: base-class::member; The access declaration is put under the appropriate access heading in the derived class s declaration. Notice that no type declaration is required (or, indeed, allowed) in an access declaration. To see how an access declaration works, let s begin with this short fragment:
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One problem with having the application server perform the authentication is that your authentication mechanism isn t centralized you need to set up authentication on every server where you need user authentication. Virtual Telnet and Virtual HTTP provide a more scalable solution, as you will see in the following sections, and can authenticate and authorize connections in both the inbound and outbound directions. Using Virtual Telnet Typically, you ll use Virtual Telnet when you need to authenticate connections other than HTTP, FTP, or telnet. With Virtual Telnet, the user telnets to a virtual telnet address on the appliance and then supplies a username and password for authentication. Once authenticated, the appliance terminates the telnet session and allows the user to open her data connection. In other words, the Virtual Telnet address on the appliance cannot be used to access an EXEC shell on it. One annoyance with Virtual Telnet is that it is a two-step process for a user to connect to a resource the user telnets into the appliance to authenticate, and then the user opens the application connection to the actual service. Let s look at a simple example where you can use Virtual Telnet. You have an internal TFTP server (UDP 69). Obviously, CTP can t authenticate this connection. You can
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When calculating the center distance, the first step is to estimate the center distance between the two sprockets, as shown in Figure C-1. Start with a distance in which you would like the sprockets to be spaced. The center distance is in terms of number of pitches, so divide the physical distance by the chain and sprocket pitch. For example, if you are using a #40 chain that has a 1/2-inch pitch, and the first estimate center distance is 12 inches, the first value of C is 24 pitches (24 pitches = 12 inches / [1/2 inch per pitch]). If the large sprocket has 20 teeth and the small sprocket has 10 teeth, chain length from Equation 1 (from Martin Sprocket and Gear Incorporated Catalog No. 60, 1987) is 63.106 pitches long. Now chains can only be in integer pitch lengths, so you either round this number up or down to the nearest integer. In this case, since the final value is closer to 63, you will use this value in Equation 2 to determine the final center distance. The final center distance is now 23.947 pitches long. To convert this back into actual inches, multiply this value by the pitch length. In this case, you are using a 1/2-inch pitch; thus, the center distance is 11.974 inches.
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The name of the tunnel group is the name of the remote access group. If users are using pre-shared keys for authentication, they ll need to configure this case-sensitive name in their remote software. If users will be using certificates, then this name should appear in the OU/Department field of their identity certificate, since this is what the appliance looks at by default when matching a user to a group when certificates are used. If you didn t match the OU name with the tunnel group name, you can use certificate matching to associate the user to the correct group. This was discussed in 15.
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The quadratic formula comes from a generalized solution to quadratics known as "completing the square." Completing the square is rarely used in solving quadratics. The formula is much easier. It is, however, used in certain calculus problems, so we will give an explanation of the technique here. A completing the square approach is also used in graphing certain functions.
Antennas are an important consideration in optimizing wireless system performance, especially in a multipoint, sectorized environment, where one type may act as a sectorized unidirectional antenna, with a different frequency or polarization allotted for each adjacent sector. The following are some considerations in such multipoint applications: Horizontal beamwidth should be chosen to reduce overlap into adjacent sectors in order to increase BER performance. Front-to-back ratio and sidelobe suppression must be maximized to reduce cochannel interference, and thus improve the BER (antennas are available with a front-to-back ratio of up to 40 dB, but this figure can be degraded by 10 dB or more by multipath effects). VSWR, if at or below 2:1, will not normally be a large concern, since the resulting system loss will be only 0.5 dB or less.
When initiating a meeting you may receive the following error message: Citrix Conference Room failed to start. The Citrix server is unable to process your request to start this published application at this time. Please try again later. If the problem persists, contact your administrator. This error can occur if the initial published application specified for the meeting and the Conference Room is published on a separate server. To avoid this message, you can increase the amount of time Conference Room waits before starting the specified initial published application by creating the following registry value:
Cisco supports both the TACACS+ and RADIUS protocols for authentication. The CTP feature on an appliance can authenticate the following connection types: FTP HTTP and HTTPS Telnet
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