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Angular Distribution of Intensity of Resonance Radiation by Gurney R. W.

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The last two octets of the six are used as individual addresses for each GOOSE message. The source address is a unicast MAC address. 1Q. The Ether-type of a GOOSE message is 88-B8. The Application ID is 00. The length indicates the total number of bytes in the frame less eight bytes. The Reserved1 and Reserved2 fields are reserved for future standardized applications and are set to 0 by default. The last two fields are the Application PDU (APDU) length and finally the frame checksum sequence [35].

These practices include, but are not limited to: setting a dedicated VLAN ID for all trunk ports, disabling unused ports and putting them in an unused VLAN, using a VLAN other than the default (VLAN 1), setting all ports to nontrunking, creating an access or prefix list based on user/device credentials, and avoiding the use of shared Ethernet such as WLANs or hubs [34]. All of these techniques are well documented and known by IT staff. Using the measures indicated provides some degree of protection against intrusion originating from outside of the organization.

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