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Using network address translation (NAT) to ease network management on mobile military networks - BlogNovember 03, 2020
ETHERNET EVERYWHERE BLOG. At MilSource, our technical team often get questions on how to more easily manage the “networks” now living and communicating on every mobile military vehicle. Implementation teams and integrators are faced with the daunting task of managing hundreds of networks that are the same set of devices just repeated in every mobile vehicle.
MilSource Announces New Techaya Rugged 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Router That Delivers Both Copper and Fiber Ports for Increased Data Speed Needs - Press ReleaseOctober 27, 2020
LOS ANGELES – September 9, 2020 –MilSource announced today the availability of Techaya’s MILTECH 9116rugged 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switch/router. Addressing the cost and roll-out constraints of fiber optics in mobile military networks requiring 10 GbE connections, the compact MILTECH 9116 provides a unique design that supports 12 x 10 GbE copper ports bound in three connectors and 4 x 10 GbE fiber ports through two rugged, MIL-DTL 83526/20 & /21 TacBeam connectors.
ETHERNET EVERYWHERE BLOG. Because customers need to simplify and economize on space, many networking companies are being asked to move beyond traditional networks and look at ways to combine networking and power management. You’ve got devices that need to share data, but they also need to be powered. If you are looking at a mobile military platform, Power over Ethernet (PoE) simplifies cabling and reduces the number of devices needed on a platform.
ETHERNET EVERYWHERE BLOG. Today we are going to discuss timing and synchronization of devices on an Ethernet network. Synchronization of packet cadence is necessary for time-sensitive applications work like they’re supposed to.