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Win - MS: Win XP SP2 "turns Firewire 800 into Firewire 100"
The moderator of the RME forum has warned that installing Windows XP SP2 can lead to the bus speed being limited to 100Mbit/s.

Matthias Carstens posted the message on the RME forum yesterday, but says it's not a problem particular to RME products. He said: "It affects any Firewire 800 device. If you have a FW800 PCI card and an FW 800 hard disk, go see the bits come one by one through the Firewire cable".
Published Aug 11, 2004 - 07:34 PM
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Apple - Mac: Apple to Change Rendezvous Name in TIBCO Settlement
Apple Computer has settled a trademark dispute with TIBCO Software, sources told eWEEK.com. There have been reports that Apple will rename its implementation of the ZeroConf wireless network discovery technology from Rendezvous to OpenTalk as part of the deal, but sources suggested that no new name has been set.
Published Jul 22, 2004 - 06:03 PM
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IPVPN vs Frame Relay - The ins and outs of a new generation of networking

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"Those of us following networking trends may have picked up on a hot topic making its away around the soda machine and water cooler these days. "IPVPN" Is this new technology a networking savior or the next jar of snake oil? osViews editorial contributor Dell Crill has the skinny on this new technology. He offers insightful advice to companies that ought to take a second look and to others that should pass it by.
Published Jan 28, 2004 - 10:19 PM
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Apple - Mac: IP over FireWire is Easy
I'm sure you've encountered this many times; you're at a location with a single network connection, but you need to provide connectivity for one or more machines. Since you most likely don't have a hub handy in your back pocket, it's helpful to know the options provided by Mac OS X. In this article, I'm going to show you how to share an Internet connection using IP over FireWire (more secure) and AirPort Internet broadcasting (less secure).
Published Nov 12, 2003 - 03:05 PM
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