This chapter provides detailed examples in the form of case studies on subjects that were covered in previous chapters. The following three case studies are included:
Secure mode is a hardware-level packet separation function offered by TCC2P. Three LAN ports are separated into two groups: one consisting of the back LAN port and one consisting of the front LAN ports. Traffic is separated and filtered between the back port and the front ports. Secure mode has no impact if none of the LAN ports are active.
Secure mode can be enabled on two different types of NEs: on an ENE or on a GNE. On an ENE, you would activate one of the two front LAN ports when you plug in a workstation in ...