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ComSifter CS-8 Network Internet Filter Appliance
ComSifter is a hardware-and-software appliance that plugs into your network and redirects all Internet traffic to itself. The ComSifter communicates directly with the Internet. Internet information for all other computers (e.g., Windows, Apple, Linux) must first go through the filter system built into the ComSifter. Three models of ComSifter are available. Model CS-8, with 8 configurable filters, is designed for organizations that require different filtering needs for different groups of users. Each filter can have its filtering criterion modified using 10 configurable filter groups and 12 configurable words/phrases categories. CS-8 allows individual users to be assigned to a particular filter that permits users or computers to bypass the filter, block access, use Warn & Go to temporarily bypass the filter, or select hours of operation. CS-8 provides security logs, user access logs for monitoring, and extensive diagnostics. ComSifter designs and markets it products with three goals in mind-- the product must be accurate, simple to install/operate and be cost effective. Accuracy - a multi-tier filtering system stops more than 98% of inappropriate content. Simplicity -- ComSifter is a standalone appliance that is installed in minutes. No further hardware or software is required. Cost-Effective -- The ComSifter family has a product that fits your network. ComSifter does not require seat licensing. ComSifter is competitively priced -- ensuring a fast payback on your investment. ComSifter is great for use in: Small Business -- Real estate, lawyer, mortgage, insurance, retail, doctor, dentist offices Corporate -- Sales office, business office, development, shipping receiving, production floor School -- Classrooms, dorms, computer labs, office administration
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Mako 6500 Series Technical Specifications
Processor - 500Mhz - Low power
System Memory - 256MB
Storage - 128MB
LAN Interface - 2x10/100Mbps port
Chassis Dimension - 217 x 217 x 40 mm (L x W x H)
Power Supply - External 100-240VAC Input (50 or 60Hz) 12VDC output
Operating Temp. - +5 C to +40 C
Humidity - 10% - 90% relative, non-condensing
Reporting - Usage, PC, Type, Remote VPN, SharkNet Intrusion Detection
Internet - Traffic Threshold Management, Extraordinary Usage Notification, Worm Alerts
LAN - 6500: Dual LAN, DHCP, Static Routes
Firewall - Inbound, Outbound, Intranet, VPN
VPN - 6500: 20 Concurrent IPSec
Services - Dynamic DNS Support
Optional Services - Mako Guardian Content Filtering
For IT Providers - Advanced Diagnostics, Syslogs
Compliant with ADSL, ADSL2/2+, Annex-A & M
Speeds for ADSL2+
Note: The speeds indicated are for ideal conditions, the actual maximum speeds will vary.
Fast downloads with speeds up to 24Mbps.
Supports Annex A & M allowing uploads at speeds up to 2.5Mbps (Annex M) and 1Mbps (Annex A).
Supports PPPoE, PPPoA, Bridged Ethernet, ML-PPP
1 x ADSL2+ (RJ11) - ITU G.992 ADSL port (Main WAN interface)
2 x Ethernet (RJ45) - 10/100Mbit fast Ethernet ports
1 power socket - 12VDC input for supplied external power supply
1 USB - For support functions such as manual configuration and security updates.
G.992.1 (G.DMT) Annex A
G.992.3 (ADSL2) Annex A
G.992.5 (ADSL2+) Annex A & M
PPP over ATM (RFC 2364 PPPoA)
PPP over Ethernet (RFC 2516 PPPoE)
Bridged Ethernet over ATM (RFC 1483)
EN55022 - CSPIR 22 (EMC)
EN55024 - CSPIR 24 (Immunity)
FCC Part 1
IEC 60950 including EN 60950 –AS/NZS 60950
Australian & European Telecoms:
AS/ACIF S041 & AS/NZS S043 (ADSL Modem) including ITU-T G6992.3 & ITU-T G992.5 (Annex’s A & M)
New Zealand Telecoms:
PTC 273 (ADSL Modem)
FCC part 68 - pending
Lead Free and RoHS Compliant
WIFI coming to BC Ferries !
One crew member said (on Dec 27/2009) they are working on it and it might be available by the Olympics.
This was in the Seawest Lounge on the Spirit of BC. I also noticed them outside the lounge on deck 6.
Talked to BC Ferries today (April 30/2010) and they informed me that they are still working on it with Telus re: connectivity issues They want the service to be 90% reliable before they implement it. Their latest estimate is end of June 2010.
Update from June 17/2010:
Victoria, B.C. - Ferry passengers will soon be able to surf the Internet while skimming the waters of Active Pass.
B.C. Ferries says it will launch wireless Internet service on some of its ships next month to provide free web access for those who suffer Internet withdrawal during the 95-minute voyage from Victoria to the mainland.
“We’ll be piloting it on the Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay run as well as at those two terminals,” said Deborah Marshall, B.C. Ferries spokesperson. “If it is successful, we will expand it to the two other mainland Vancouver Island routes and the associated terminals” in Nanaimo, Duke Point and Horseshoe Bay, said Marshall.
The ferry corporation is keeping mum on some details — such as what kind of technology has been selected to provide the service — until an official announcement next month.
It has taken ferries staff around two years to get the idea from the drawing board to reality because of the difficulty maintaining a steady data connection to a moving ship, said Marshall.
Parts of the route are also a challenge for cellphone reception.
While the service will be free, passengers will not be allowed to access streaming audio or video on the ferry WiFi network in order to save bandwidth, said Marshall. “We don’t really know how many customers will tap into it,” she said. “We imagine it will be quite popular.”
There will also be filters to block access to inappropriate sites, said Marshall.
- Rob Shaw, timescolonist.com
For updates on the progress, call BC Ferries at 1-888-223-3779, option 5, option 1
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