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The following sections will discuss the differences between the two. Physical Names The physical name is used whenever you need to configure the physical properties of an interface, like its speed, duplexing, or IP address. The appliance you have will affect the physical names you use. On the PIX, all the names of the physical interfaces begin with ethernet, which can be abbreviated to the letter e and is followed with the interface number, which begins with 0. For example, the first interface on a PIX is ethernet0, or e0 for short. The ASAs are different with their nomenclature: The 5505 physical interface names are ethernet0/number, where the numbers range from 0 to 7. An example would be ethernet0/0, or e0/0 for short. The 5510 physical interface names are ethernetslot/number, where the slot number of 0 is the four fixed interfaces on the chassis, and slot 1 refers to the interfaces on the SSM card if it s installed. For example, ethernet0/0, or e0/0 for short, would refer to the rightmost data interface on the chassis. The 5520s and higher use a physical name of gigabitethernet : gigabitethernetslot/number. For example, gigabitethernet0/0, or g0/0 for short, would refer to the rightmost data interface on the chassis.
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properties are used later in this chapter. However, for simple Internet operations, you will not often need to use these extra capabilities.
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Table 24-5: Summary of bands and types of terminals used System type Frequency bands Applications gathering, telephony Direct broadcast satellite Ku Direct-to-home video/audio Voice and lowspeed data to mobile terminals Cellular telephony, data, paging 0.3 0.6-meter DirecTV, fixed earth station Echostar, USSB Laptop Inmarsat, computer/antenna- AMSC mounted but mobile Cellular phone Iridium, and pagers; fixed GlobalStar phone booth OrbComm Terminal type/size Examples
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Impulse noise. Impulse noise is defined as voltage spikes that are much higher than the average background noise levels. The test instrument can measure the thresholds of impulse noise spikes and display a count of occurrences over predetermined lengths of time. Impulse noise in the voice channel can be heard as audible static best described as pops and clicks. Impulse noise in data channels is destructive to data packets, usually requiring them to be retransmitted. Amplitude and occurrence frequency are important impulse noise parameters for a communications channel. The transmitter for impulse noise testing is in the off (quiet termination) mode, or is transmitting the 1004 Hz (or 820 and 1020 Hz) holding tone. If the holding tone is present, then the receiver must invoke the notch filter before counting the impulses. The standards specify limits on counting rates. An impulse into a bandpass filter can cause ringing, so the counting rate limit is set to avoid counting the ring phenomenon. More sophisticated receivers perform three-level impulse noise measurements. In addition to an adjustable threshold level, they provide three counters that are offset by 3 or 4 dB and allow simultaneous counting at each level. Phase hits, gain hits, and dropouts. Phase hits, gain hits, and dropouts collectively referred to as hits and dropouts are three additional transient phenomena that have been quantified. Figures 25.10 and 25.11 show representations of these transients. A phase hit can be caused by a change in routing of the channel and can be disruptive of phase-modulated signals. A gain hit is an abrupt change in signal level in a channel. When a gain hit causes a signal level reduction greater than 12 dB, it is reclassified as a dropout. Companies that provide data channel services document the transient characteristics of a new service, establishing a quality baseline for that circuit. If follow-on maintenance is required later, transient measurements can be made and compared to the original numbers. Possible circuit deterioration thus can be ascertained. These measurements are all made with the 1004 Hz (ITU 820 and 1020 Hz) tone present. The instrument monitors and counts the occurrence of these transient phenomena in the holding tone. A phase hit would be a sudden shift in phase as small as 5 degrees detected in the received holding tone. In addition, the level is monitored for sudden shifts (gain hits) to higher or lower levels up to 10 dB. A level shift of 12 dB or greater is declared a dropout. All three should be counted simultaneously. 25.3.5 Incidental modulation
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You have two options for the type of attributes, depending on the type of tunnel group: IPSec attributes or WebVPN attributes. You ll be taken into a subcommand mode where you can specify the VPN-specific attributes. I ll be discussing these attributes in subsequent chapters of Part IV.
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can be filtered by the criteria listed, with these measurements made by combining the entries listed in the two tables. For example, statistics can be filtered by a particular node, allowing error statistics to be collected for that node, to determine if the node is operating properly. Figure 24.7 shows a summary statistical display for analyzing the performance of a 10Base-T network. It is typical of the types of measurements made on most networks. The upper left part of the display provides a history of the overall network utilization. In this case, the network utilization has ranged from 0 to 20 percent utilization over the last 3 minutes. Typical statistics measurements can be set up to display the last several minutes of traffic or, with coarser granularity, over one week of data. This display also shows gauges indicating instantaneous and cumulative counts of collisions and errors. The current node count and bytes/frame are displayed. The percent of multicast vs. unicast vs. broadcast traffic is displayed in the Destination Addresses graph. The percent of different protocols on the network is shown in the Protocols graph. Finally, the average throughput (in average frames/sec) for critical nodes on the network is displayed in the Selected Nodes graph. Each of these measurements has a user-defined threshold so that visual alarms, as well as event log entries, can be made (see section 24.7.5).
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