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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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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, David Frattura, David Harrington: Verified device locations in a data network. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo Esq, October 20, 2009: US07606938 (53 worldwide citation)

One or more trusted network devices within a data network infrastructure determine a physical location of a client device requesting access to the data network infrastructure. A trusted physical location is generated and associated with the client device. The approach can include determining whether ...


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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 Esq, J Mitchell Herbert Jr, April 27, 2010: US07706369 (44 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, David Frattura, David Harrington: Location-based access control in a data network. Enterasys Networks, Holland & Knight, Brian J Colandreo Esq, Jeffrey T Placker Esq, March 3, 2015: US08972589 (5 worldwide citation)

A request for network access is received from a client device at a network entry device of a network infrastructure. The network infrastructure determines a physical location of the client device and determines authorization of the client device based on the physical location. The approach can inclu ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, David Harrington: Location based data. Holland & Knight, December 7, 2006: US20060277187-A1

A computer-implemented method and computer program product for providing data that includes location-based access control information concerning a data relay device located within a network infrastructure. The data relay device is loaded with one or more features, such that the one or more features ...


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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, Anja A Allen, Brendan J Fee: Location discovery in a data network. Fish & Richardson PC, November 20, 2003: US20030216143-A1

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, David Frattura, Roger P Durand, John Paul Gorsky, David Harrington: Locating devices in a data network. Fish & Richardson PC, December 4, 2003: US20030225893-A1

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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John J Roese, Richard W Graham, David Frattura, David Harrington: Location-based access control in a data network. Fish & Richardson PC, November 20, 2003: US20030217122-A1

A request for network access is received from a client device at a network entry device of a network infrastructure. The network infrastructure determines a physical location of the client device and determines authorization of the client device based on the physical location. The approach can inclu ...