• How the brave virtualize IT infrastructure services

    Critical IT infrastructure services -- DNS, DHCP servers -- don't need to live in the physical realm.

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  • Got IP address management problems? Think DNS, DHCP, IPAM trifecta

    If your network has gotten too complicated for basic IP address management, it may be time to consider a DNS, DHCP, IPAM tool combination.

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  • What issues have you encountered when configuring and deploying DHCP server and client?

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  • Do your customers have operational policies for DHCP use?

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  • What transmission protocol does Network Neighborhood use?

    With two PCs on an Ethernet, one with Windows 98 SE and another with Windows XP Home Edition, what transmission protocol does Network Neighborhood (for file sharing) use? Is this transmission independent of IP addresses that may be assigned manually or by DHCP?

    ITKE361,875 pointsBadges:
  • How can we reconcile the requirements for Win2k DNS with the external DNS?

    Our Windows NT4-based local area network connects to the Internet via a wireless/Ethernet router. The router performs network DHCP functions, including assignment of DNS IP addresses for the Internet Service Provider. We would like to upgrade to Windows 2000 and Active Directory, but we don't know...

    ITKE361,875 pointsBadges:
  • Can I get away with not enabling Active Directory?

    I am about to set up a network with Win2K Server as the operating system. I want to set the server as a PDC, but I do not want to enable Active Directory. This server must also be a DNS server and a DHCP server. Please advise.

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  • How to kill your network in one easy step

    User parthasarathy Mandayam shares a "gotcha" that you should know about when setting up DHCP for your Windows 2000 Server.

    ITKE361,875 pointsBadges:
  • I want to connect my server to the Internet though a router. How come I can ping my router, but can’

    I have a linksys cable router and a Windows 2000 server. I want to connect my server to the Internet through the router. Sounds simple enough. My server is running DHCP and DNS. My server IP is My router is not running DHCP. My router IP is I can ping the router but I get...

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  • Can PCs with static IP addresses communicate over the network with DHCP-assigned PC addresses?

    We are migrating from NT to 2000 and are switching from static IP addressing to DHCP addressing in the process. We are also deploying new PCs. The new PCs will be set up and then sent out to the users with DHCP-assigned addresses. This will be done by department, so there will be a period of time...

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