• IP Addresses of a Linux Application Server

    How can I find the IP addresses of my Linux application server? I’m working in C++. I know the main address, but there will be a few more based on the network and those are the ones I need.

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  • DHCP Server provides Wrong Subnet

    Our company had a hub and spoke network for years, a single server room supporting 20 remote locations, most using the Citrix farm.  We grew and started a second server room.  At the second location we have a switch stack of 9 Cisco 3750 10/100 switchws setup with 5 VLANS.  previously IP...

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  • What layer of the TCP/IP would ARP and RARP belong to

    ARP translates Layer 3 addresses to Layer 2 addresses, and knowing fully well that it is not an IP-only or Ethernet-only protocol. Can anyone help with this, it's getting a bit confusing.

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  • Cisco 3500 Switch How to configure

    I've been given a Cisco 3500 XL Switch. Question is what can i do with it? I was hoping to split the ports into VLAN's for a start preparing for CCNA exams. Up to now I've mainly done book work. I want to get my 'hands dirty'. Is this a manageble switch ...? - i dont know. I've tried Consoling into...

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  • What layer of the OSI model does a switch operate?

    At what layer of the OSI model does a switch operate?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Need a better image storage strategy

    I have a small site that maintains uploaded user images. I am worried that the influx of images will quickly surpass the limits of my directory. Can someone suggest a storage strategy that would help me?

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  • How to connect multiple subnets using RV042 router

    Hi all, I'm trying to figure out a way to get multiple subnets to communicate. Here's the scenario: 2 subnets - 192.168.101.x and 192.168.104.x 1. Router - Linksys RV042. WAN 1 port to internet, LAN port to internal network. Default Gateway with IP of 192.168.101.253. The WAN2/DMZ port is not being...

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  • How to setup Sonic Wall NSA 3500 as NTP server

    I would like to set the NSA 3500 as the NTP server for internal devices such as switches. The version of code is 5.5.1.3-9o

    Armptech5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I answer questions in a PDF using Adobe Reader?

    How do I answer questions in a PDF document someone else made using Adobe Reader?

    cdill705 pointsBadges:
  • Zebra ZM400 network configuration

    How do change the printers name and IP address from the printers LCD?

    JDamage5 pointsBadges:
  • Locating storage disks on a network

    What is the best way to locate and generate a list of all the storage disks on my network? I am using win32 C++. I tried using CreateFile(), but it didn’t show what it hoped I would. Is there a better tool I could use for this?

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:
  • What’s a plasma TV?

    What is meant by plasma TV?

    misty11320 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a differential schedule using Backup Exec 10d

    I have setup the following schedule setup in Backup Exec 10d Monday Full - Backup files Using Archive Bit (reset Archive Bit) Tue Differential - Back Up changed files since last full - Using archive bit( does not reset archive bit) Wed Differential - Back Up changed files since last full - Using...

    Valcon5 pointsBadges:
  • Trying to detect 3G or Wi-Fi network connection on Android

    Does anyone know if its possible to implement a "PhotoStateListener" to see if the 3G or Wi-Fi network connection has been restored on my Android? I'm currently seeing both LISTEN_DATA_CONNECTION_STATE and LISTEN_DATA_ACTIVITY say cellular in the API summary. Does that mean 3G only? Thanks!

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:
  • Wiping hard drives in 100 PCs

    We are donating 100 PCs. How can I quickly and effectively wipe all their hard drives? I have looked into Mban and it looks promising but would I be better doing that or pulling all the drives and formatting multiple ones at the same time? What are best practices for doing this?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the best option for network disconnections in software?

    I'm working with a network C++ program in Microsoft Windows that I'm trying to test for network disconnections at various times. Here's what I'm doing so far: Manually disconnecting the network wire Using IPCONFIG / release Using a cports program to close the socket What other options are out there...

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:
  • Folder Permissions for Staff with New PC

    Active staff has required permissions to IFS folder (QDLS>CLMELE) and has entry in WRKDIRE (been using on different pc for years), however, when moving to new pc, cannot copy file from the folder to her pc desktop. What am I not doing correctly?

    mberryman5 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400: Adding a F4 prompt to 2 subfiles over/under

    I am modifying a 2 subfile screen, one subfile over the other. The TOP subfile is using the EXFMT statement while the BOTTOM subfile is a WRITE statement. I need to add an F4 prompt to the BOTTOM subfile using the customer number that was keyed into the TOP subfile to search with. When I key in the...

    UARTJ105 pointsBadges:
  • Goals of an operating system

    What are goals of operating system?

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  • How should I store my static data in an iOS app?

    I have a huge amount of data located in my application that I need to access, but never be changed. I'm using it in other applications, such as JSON files and SQL databases, but neither one seems straightforward in iOS. I'm trying to stay from Core Data so should I start storing my data in...

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:

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