Tag: firmware

Bit Defender Hypocrites!

We call’m like we see’m!  IT philosophy is everything.  Take Bit Defender for example, absolutely absurd philosophy and behavior in an article they published titled:  “Some router updates fail to protect against known vulnerabilities“.  Is that a true statement?  Sure, but lots of operating system updates also fail to protect […]

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Maximizing Network Bandwidth

We recently ran into issues with Broadcom (QLogic) network cards on a few servers.  Turning Jumbo Frames on to increase capacity allowing 9,000 bytes instead of the default 1,500 bytes actually caused us to experience a dramatic reduction in overall capacity and bandwidth.  I used a program called iperf to […]

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