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This creates a problem, since if an outside user would put a private address in the destination IP address field, their ISP would drop this. Therefore, the web server needs to be presented as having a public address. This is defined in the address translation device (in this case, it is a Cisco router). The web server is assigned an inside global IP address of on the router, and your DNS server advertises this address to the outside users. When outside users send packets to the address, the router examines its translation table for a matching entry. In this case, it sees that maps to The router then changes the destination IP address to and forwards it to the inside web server. Note that if the router didn t do the translation to, the web server wouldn t know this information was meant for itself, since the outside user sent the traffic originally to Likewise, when the web server sends traffic out to the public network, the router compares the source IP address to entries in its translation table, and if it finds a match, it changes the inside local IP address (private source address, to the inside global IP address (public source address,
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Now that the need for cable television systems has been addressed, we will now brie y study the development of the industry. The technique used by early system operators was to start with good television off-air signals usually received from a mountaintop, tower, or water tank location and connect subscribers to this source by a cascade of ampli ers connected by sections of coaxial cable. Surplus coaxial cable from World War II and home-built radio frequency (RF) ampli ers made up the basic components of these early systems. 1.121 The preceding describes the system for what it actually was, a community antenna television (CATV) system, referred to in present-day vernacular as classic cable. Such so-called start-up systems followed no
A computerized process of converting the geometry that represents a scene or spatial location into a visible image of the scene. Put simply, rendering creates the picture from the data. See 3-D rendering and pre-rendered.
The key to an effective and successful forensic investigation is the establishment of a sound chain of custody. The major considerations that determine the effectiveness of a forensic investigation are: Identification A description of the evidence that was acquired, and the tools and techniques used to acquire it. Evidence may include digital information acquired from computers, network devices, and mobile devices, as well as interviews of involved persons. Preservation A description of the tools and techniques used to retain evidence. This will include detailed records that establish the chain of custody, which may be presented and tested in legal proceedings. Analysis A description of the examination of the evidence gathered, which may include a reconstruction of events that are a subject of the investigation. Presentation A formal document that describes the entire investigation, evidence gathered, tools used, and findings that express the examiner s opinion of the events that occurred (or did not occur). The entire chain of custody must be documented in precise detail and include how evidence was protected against tampering through every step of the investigation. Any holes in the information acquisition and analysis process will likely fail in legal proceedings, possibly resulting in the organization s failure to convince judicial authorities that the event occurred as described.
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