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  • FQDN or IP address in destination server?

    I have a questions about Notes client connection documents. In the Advanced tab under Destination server address, what are the pros and cons of using the server's FQDN or its IP address?

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  • Network summarization — Supernetting and wildcard masks

    Supernetting allows one routing table entry to represent an aggregation of networks. Network engineers need to understand supernetting, how to read routes received from other providers and how to create an access list that references these multiple networks in a single summarized statement. In this...

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  • Changing the IP address on a domain controller

    Step-by-step instructions for changing the IP address on an AD domain controller, as well as a method to make sure it is resolving properly after the change.

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  • Changing the IP address of your Exchange server

    Learn how to change the IP address of your Exchange server in this expert response.

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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?

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  • How can I stop Win2k from changing IP on a PC at a remote location?

    I  have a remote location that is accessible via virtual private network (VPN) (it's a standard Win2000 VPN setup) from a Win2000 server running Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

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  • Understanding IP addressing and subnetting

    I have read a lot of articles/tutorials on IP addressing and subnetting, but I have always had difficulty understanding and recalling. In your opinion, what is the best and easiest way to learn and understand them?

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  • Find IP addresses?

    In a Windows NT 4.0 LAN, how can I find out the IP addresses of all the computers, in a case where a user has logged in with my Windows NT LAN user ID? OR If I know the Windows NT login ID of a LAN user, how can I find out on which machine (IP address) he has logged in? Are there any utilities...

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  • Documenting IP addresses

    As a network consultant for a large number of clients, I am often asked to make changes in IP addressing on servers and workstations when installing new firewalls or broadband Internet connections.

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