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Scott E Hrastar: Systems and methods for automated network policy exception detection and correction. AirDefense, Clements Walker, Lawrence A Baratta Jr, Christopher L Bernard, January 22, 2008: US07322044 (185 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to systems and methods for automated detection of one or more wireless network policy violations and/or enforcement of such policies. A wireless network policy violation is detected. Associated with the detected violation are one or more wireless network attributes. ...


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Scott E Hrastar, Mark Scheil, Tom Steipp: Cable modem map display for network management of a cable data delivery system. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, August 7, 2001: US06272150 (144 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for recording and collecting the installed location of cable modems in a cable data network comprises a network manager for maintaining and collecting cable modem location information. Components of the network manager maintains a software agent that manages a database of modem installatio ...


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Scott E Hrastar, Subra Viswanathan: Personal wireless monitoring agent. AirDefense, Clements Bernard PLLC, Lawrence A Baratta Jr, Christopher L Bernard, June 5, 2012: US08196199 (135 worldwide citation)

An agent for monitoring a wireless device is provided. The agent compares communications against policy guidelines and determines whether a violation of the policy guidelines has been committed, and communicates information about the violation to an authorized user.


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Mark E Schutte, Scott E Hrastar: Router which dynamically requests a set of logical network addresses and assigns addresses in the set to hosts connected to the router. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, January 23, 2001: US06178455 (127 worldwide citation)

The problem of wasting IP addresses by statically assigning them to hosts is solved as follows: when a cable router or RF modem becomes active, it sends a message requesting a set of IP addresses from the head end, which dynamically assigns the set of IP addresses and sends a message comprising the ...


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Roy A Bowcutt, Scott E Hrastar: Usage statistics collection for a cable data delivery system. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, October 23, 2001: US06308328 (116 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for recording and collecting usage and other statistical data from components of a cable data network comprises a network manager for maintaining and collecting the statistics. Internet protocol addresses are associated with components of the network. The component maintains a software age ...


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Scott E Hrastar, Todd A Merrill, Roy A Bowcutt: Method of using routing protocols to reroute packets during a link failure. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, October 9, 2001: US06301223 (80 worldwide citation)

An asymmetrical network for coupling customer-premises Internet hosts such as personal computers to the Internet. The head end of a CATV system has a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet. The down link connecting the personal computers to the Internet is the cables provided by the CATV system; ...


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Scott E Hrastar, George Horkan Smith: Methods for dynamically assigning link addresses and logical network addresses. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, March 27, 2001: US06208656 (79 worldwide citation)

An asymmetrical network for coupling customer-premises Internet hosts such as personal computers to the Internet. The head end of a CATV system has a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet. The down link connecting the personal computers to the Internet is the cables provided by the CATV system; ...


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James E Barker, Roy A Bowcutt, Scott E Hrastar, Todd A Merrill, David A Sedacca: System and method for detecting correcting and discarding corrupted data packets in a cable data delivery system. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Hubert J Barnhardt III, Kelly A Gardner, April 18, 2000: US06052819 (57 worldwide citation)

A method for transporting digital data from a sender to a receiver in a system where the digital data is broken into data packets for transmission over radio frequency channels, each data packet including forward error-correcting code, the method comprising the steps of receiving the data packets at ...


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Todd A Merrill, Mark E Schutte, Scott E Hrastar, Roy A Bowcutt: Router for use with a link that has a set of concurrent channels. Scientific Atlantic, August 29, 2006: US07099308 (53 worldwide citation)

An asymmetrical network is disclosed for coupling customer-premises Internet hosts such as personal computers to the Internet. The head end of a CATV system has a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet. The CATV system supports a plurality of concurrent channels to which an RF modem is capable of ...


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Scott E Hrastar, George Horkan Smith: Router for which a logical network address which is not unique to the gateway address in default routing table entries. Scientific Atlanta, Kenneth M Massaroni, Kelly A Gardner, Hubert J Barnhardt III, June 19, 2001: US06249523 (48 worldwide citation)

An asymmetrical network for coupling customer-premises Internet hosts such as personal computers to the Internet. The head end of a CATV system has a high-bandwidth connection to the Internet. The down link connecting the personal computers to the Internet is the cables provided by the CATV system; ...