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The best routers are still vulnerable to attacks from malicious players. So, if you’re looking for ways to protect your Wi-Fi, you might want to check out our guide on ensuring your router remains safe and sound.
Depending on your particular device, there are different ways to connect to a wireless network. We’ve tried to keep these guidelines as universal as they can be, but if you’re using a different type of device, you may need to adjust them accordingly. You might also consider locking your wireless network occasionally to prevent unauthorized access.
== Steps to [ Prevent DDoS Attacks On A Router] : ==
STEP 1 – When a DDoS attack occurs, your first step is to switch your IP address. You can do this either through the router’s configuration interface or by using a web browser and typing in the current IP address followed by your username and password.
STEP 2 – Go to your network settings and see if a setting is dedicated to making changes to your public or static IP address; then make the change and click OK. If you’re experiencing an ongoing DDoS attack, this might help.
STEP 3 – You may want to install a quality firewall to protect against future attacks. There are plenty of free ones, but if you’d prefer something more robust, check out some of the paid options.
STEP 4 – Also, you should invest in a reputable VPN service. Running one when surfing the Internet makes it less likely for your router to be attacked by hackers.
If you want to know more about what you can do to mitigate the risk, I’d suggest reading up on some basic information about DDoS attacks.
== OEM Inside Product Specialist ==
As a member of the sales engineering team, the [ OEM Inside Product Specialist] coordinates networking technology issues with clients and interacts with support sales engineers. In the case of large companies, they will also work with account executives to resolve the technical issues.
Since the specialists interact with customers to drive sales, they need to have superior written and communication skills. They also need to be abreast of the latest networking requirements of different industries as well as specific departments.
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=== Prospects ===
Once the specialists are in-charge, they will be given the responsibility of guiding and mentoring their team members. They will advise their executive leadership to help them get more leads. Specialists need to have expertise in the networking domain.
=== Education ===
OEM Inside Product Specialists need to have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science or in a related technical field, with at least five years of experience in a technical sales role in which the specialist interacted with clients. They must have solid presentation skills.
They need to be very knowledgeable about networking, storage, software, and servers.
=== Salary ===
The average annual salary of a specialist is $62,961 in the United States, according to Glassdoor.
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