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For questions about access control lists (ACLs). For instance, you want to limit network traffic to increase network performance or provide traffic flow control on your network device. ACLs also provide a basic level of security for network access by defining which part of the network/server/service can be accessed by a host and which cannot.

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There are a couple of things that you may require root access for from time-to-time - an example that comes to mind is that if you attach a USB storage device and need to mount it to copy files off, y …
answered Jul 2 '15 by Benjamin Dale
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I can think of a couple of reasons this may be the case: While there are many brands of Access Point hardware, they all source the wireless chipsets that power them from a handful of manufacturers ( …
answered May 11 '16 by Benjamin Dale