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The Cisco SA 500 Series Security Appliances, including this model SA520W-K9 provide a four Port 10/100/1000 RJ-45 (1GB) network connectivity to downstream devices, including a single WAN port. This model also provides wireless connectivity using up to the N standard. It's licensed for two SSL VPN tunnels, which could limit how many connections can be used simultaneously unless more licenses are purchased down the road. It provides all the necessary minimum requirements for any business situation, including an Advanced Firewall, Router, Gateway Antivirus and Anti-Spyware, Intrusion Prevention and Content Filtering.
The Dell SonicWall TZ 205 Security Appliance is a great all in one solution for providing a business grade Advanced Firewall, Router, Gateway Antivirus and Anti-Spyware, Intrusion Prevention and Content Filtering, while also allowing some advanced features like Mobile Connect (iOS and Android connectivity from home) as well as a more functional VPN out of the gate, with 10 VPN Tunnels, two SSL VPN Peers, and unlimited VPN nodes. Wireless N standard capability is also a standard feature, there are also five 10/100/1000 (1GB) downstream network interfaces, as opposed to the Cisco device above only having four.
A customer was searching for a modestly priced home router for better coverage and Wireless N standard capability. For less than $40 the Belkin N300 fit the bill, the setup was mostly automatic, and we began locking down the wireless network and turning on the rudimentary Norton Internet Security filtering software built in to the router. There were several levels of security with the lowest blocking only known malware sites and threats. We were then however, unable to get the router to automatically detect the modem and connection type. Belkins' guided software Wizard is kind of humorous as it searched vain for the modem and connection type. The delay screen would say, "This is a tough one" and "Feel free to grab a cup of coffee" "This could take up to 7 Minutes". Unfortunately the process would never completed due to a glitch where if Norton Security was enabled though the web administration (via IP) before this automatic connection search initiated by the software (which should be unnecessary if you have typical automatic settings), the ability to allow automatic DNS discovery from your ISP was disabled. By default the router is not set to grab an automatic IP address from your ISP, nor is DNS automatic. I've posted this in case someone else is setting up the router and they run into the same issue. Norton's built-in security on this device obviously supplants DNS resolution, so it made sense if you thought about it, but when the device doesn't grab DNS out of the box, it could be a confusing issue and waste your time but requiring a call into the ISP. Additionally, the manner in which it prevents you from checking the box to grab DNS automatically, almost appears to be a Java or Browser based problem. The upc code from this device from Wal-Mart was printed as 072286881783 should you not be able to determine the model number.
In the future I would recommend the Belkin 450 Dual Band Wireless N Router for a typical home environment over this lesser model, this problem with the embedded Norton Internet Security filter would probably still have come up, but for the coverage capabilities inherent to dual band antennas, this would be the better model for under $60. If you're more interested in products to keep your kids safe online, see my article here.
This would probably also work to allow you to change the product key on all versions of Windows 8 Professional, Windows 8 Enterprise, or pre-release versions.
Open run (now by right clicking in the bottom left of the screen in Windows 8).
Type in run; slui 3
This will open the Change Product Key dialog you're used to seeing.
You probably already ordered these by now, you'll want a quantity of 5 more of these on hand for the second port on the island tables. These are the same as the ones you already order and we've tested.
You'll want a quantity of 5 more of these 25' cables to give the second monitor (patient) the ability to display the pc screen. These do not have the audio cable so they have less chance catching on anything when we pull them through.
The price for a 15' VGA Cable is the same cost as 25'
Also need an option if the furniture has a "B" style USB plug on the back to already accommodate an existing cable for adapter, you can always return it;
The Xerox M20/M20i printer, copier, scanner has a purchase value of $299, since this is a discontinued model, a used one with the network card already in it can be purchased for this amount in full.
The network card kit for the Xerox M20/M20i costs $269 to add this feature to an existing Xerox M20/M20i printer, making a Xerox M20/M20i printer without that feature effectively worth only about $30.
The recommended path is to replace the printer, copier, scanner with a newer recommended Xerox network printer model specifically for the features you're looking for and in fact becomes less expensive from a total cost of ownership standpoint, as the base price is $229.
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