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William T Haggerty, Phillip Andlauer, Stephen H Negus: Multicast switching. Enterasys Networks, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, December 18, 2001: US06331983 (307 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for establishing connections in a switch-based communications network for multicast traffic. A source receives a multicast packet on an access port from a source host, determines a group address in the multicast packet, and composes and sends a “sender present” message to other ...


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David E Frattura, Richard Graham, John Roese: Method and apparatus of virtual class of service and logical queue representation through network traffic distribution over multiple port interfaces. Enterasys Networks, McCarter & English, May 3, 2011: US07936770 (175 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus are provided that allows for the representation of a larger number of classes of network traffic and logical queues than is physically available on a per port basis within a network device. A number of logical queues, whose number can match the number of classes of network tra ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, David Harrington: Location based data. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo, August 15, 2006: US07092943 (173 worldwide citation)

Data is provided with location-based access control information. Access to the data at a physical location is then limited according to the location-based access control information. A physical location of a device accessing the data can be determined, and the limiting of the access is then accordin ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, Roger P Durand, John Paul Gorsky, David Harrington: Locating devices in a data network. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo Esq, J Mitchell Herbert Jr, June 15, 2010: US07739402 (158 worldwide citation)

A system that associates physical locations with network-linked devices in a network to which such devices are connected. This system employs a variety of techniques for establishing device location. The system configuration can vary and can include any type of data network, including LANs, MANs, Wi ...


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Richard Graham, John Roese: System and method for address block enhanced dynamic network policy management. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo Esq, J Mitchell Herbert Jr Esq, May 17, 2011: US07945945 (142 worldwide citation)

A method, computer readable medium, and system for acquiring address block information for an attached function that initiates network access on a distributed computing network. Additional policy information in acquired concerning the attached function. One or more access policies are set based, at ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, Anja A Allen, Brendan J Fee: Location discovery in a data network. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo, November 13, 2007: US07295556 (130 worldwide citation)

A method for location discovery in a data network includes receiving, at a first device, connection information from a neighboring network device and determining a physical location of the first device based on the connection information. The method can include receiving, at the first device, the ph ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham: System and method for dynamic network policy management. Enterasys Networks, Verrill Dana, Chris A Caseiro, April 28, 2009: US07526541 (101 worldwide citation)

A system and method that provides dynamic network policy management. The system enables a network administrator to regulate usage of network services upon initiation of and throughout network sessions. The system employs a method of identifying selectable characteristics of attached functions to est ...


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James F Eccles, Steven Beaudette: Network address resolve blocker. Enterasys Networks, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, September 24, 2002: US06456624 (96 worldwide citation)

A switch for selectively precluding the issuance of interswitch resolve packets. When the address of a destination node is not able to be resolved by an interswitch resolve packet, the destination identifier for the packet is stored in an unresolved address table. The unresolved address table includ ...


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David E Frattura, Richard W Graham, John Roese: Method for network traffic mirroring with data privacy. Enterasys Networks, McCarter & English, March 30, 2010: US07690040 (94 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for preserving the privacy of data contained in mirrored network traffic. The mirrored network traffic may comprise data that may be considered confidential, privileged, private, or otherwise sensitive data. For example, the data payload of a frame of mirrored networ ...


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David E Frattura, Richard W Graham, John Roese: Method for network traffic mirroring with data privacy. Enterasys Networks, McCarter & English, August 7, 2012: US08239960 (93 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for preserving the privacy of data contained in mirrored network traffic. The mirrored network traffic may comprise data that may be considered confidential, privileged, private, or otherwise sensitive data. For example, the data payload of a frame of mirrored networ ...