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Enterprises Cut Costs with Open-Source Routers

Advocates say that open-source routers allow custom crafting at a fraction of the cost of most commercial enterprise routers.
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Cisco To Join The Dow--And Take Linux With It

Anyone who doesn't know the economy is unwell has obviously been off the planet or in a cave for the last nine months.
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Infiniband Strikes Back With Help From Linux

Ethernet is not the only fabric in town, and with 80Gbps coming this year, Infiniband owns some bragging rights.
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Linux-ready network appliance targets SOHO market


Axiomtek announced a 1U-height network appliance for the small and home office (SOHO) market. The NA-812A runs Red Hat Linux on an Intel Core2 Duo, offers up to 4GB of memory, and is equipped with six gigabit Ethernet ports, says the company.

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Accessing Windows Files From a Linux Server Using Samba

If you're just adding a Linux server to a Windows network, you will be surprised to know that networking and file-sharing between the Linux server and the Windows network will work out-of-the-box. This is through the wonderful Samba suite of tools
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