We do have a lots of Bandwidth testing sites like http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/ where we calculate the download and upload speed. I want to know what is downloaded to our system and what is uploaded to the server and how are the Bandwidth calculated. what needs to be the prerequisite at the time of choosing a server? [...]
Answer Question | September 24, 2008 5:00 AM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth testing, Network performance
Hello All Is there any way to calculate Available WAN Bandwidth without any application. I just need some formulaes to calculate that.
Answer Question | August 22, 2008 12:45 PM
We are a small organization (15+/- full time employees). We currently have a T-1 line, no VPN. Last week, we experienced 100% usage of our T-1 line – first time ever. I’ve explored every alternative including bonded T-1, ADSL, SDSL, Ethernet (10 Mbps up and down). The Ethernet solution would be great but is costly [...]
Answer Question | July 22, 2009 12:56 PM
ADSL, Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Capacity planning, Ethernet, Internet, Network design, SDSL
Hi! i have recently configured my gateway in freebsd by using IPFW but the problem is this that i am facing bandwidth congesstion so i hooked myself with google and found that DUMMYNET can satisfy my desires, anyhow when i sue the dummynet than its not going according to my idea, and i faced a [...]
Answer Question | May 30, 2008 2:37 AM
Bandwidth, FreeBSD, IPFIREWALL, IPFW
is there any method with which one can increase the port speed or bandwidth for a particular port of a switch (2950 or 3750).
Answer Question | May 28, 2008 5:03 PM
Bandwidth, Cisco 2950, Cisco 3750, Port speed, Router and switch management, Switches
Hello, Dear all is there any procedure in windows that user is allow to read the contents of share folder but it is not allow to copy it. How it is Possible. Secondly if we want to control Bandwidth per user in ISA how it is Possibe without using Third party software. Thanks Muhammad Usman.
Answer Question | July 9, 2008 6:10 AM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, ISA, ISA Server, Security, Shared folders, User Permissions
I am researching a project that would require 400+ IBM 5250 telnet sessions to connect back to a central AS400 server than an MPLS WAN. 1) Does anyone see any routing / general issues with having this many connection ultimately coming back through 1 router at the host? 2) How much bandwidth will each session [...]
Answer Question | April 20, 2010 9:41 PM
AS/400, Bandwidth, IBM, Telnet
hi! im just new to these. I just want to know if how much internet bandwidth connection do i need if i have 100 email users and 20 users uploading 75 files per day with file size vary from 500kb to 7 Mb. Thanks!
Answer Question | July 22, 2009 11:48 AM
Bandwidth, Internet, Network design
Our guest can access internet via Wireless using a guest account on our ntwork but they can’t access the resources on the network. We are looking for a was to limit the amount of bandwidth(Guest IP Range) used by the guests so it’s doens’t affect our network
Answer Question | February 27, 2008 4:16 PM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Wireless networking
If I have a OC3 (155 MB/s) facility, pracitically do I have 155MB/s of bandwidth on the send and receive side simulatneously. So in short my question is this: Is the total BW available=2*155 MB less whatever overhead there may be?
Answer Question | February 20, 2008 7:58 PM
Bandwidth, Capacity planning, Capacity utilization rate
Hi guys, I have on #1 comp a connection to the internet (ppp connection) with 2 NIC’s: one for the ppp connection, 2nd for another computer. the 2nd computer gets it’s internet connection through the 1st comp(WIN XP SP2 ) using ICS my question: how can i manage bandwidth evely so that the 1st computer [...]
Answer Question | February 2, 2008 8:46 PM
Bandwidth, Networking, Performance management
I have a client that wants to produce a daily five-minute video program. I was thinking of streaming it in Flash. How do I calculate the bandwidth and transfer rate that I will need if I’m estimating 100,000 viewers a day? Thank you for your time.
Answer Question | February 6, 2008 9:49 PM
Bandwidth, Flash, Networking, Video compression standards
I recently received a graph showing some utilization above 60% on some of the links for my organization. I seem to remember that a network link is considered saturated at around 40% of its bandwidth; does this sound correct? Is there a rule of thumb to judge these graphs in terms of utilization and determining [...]
Answer Question | January 22, 2008 9:36 PM
Bandwidth, Network performance, Networking
4) Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL) of 80 seconds, a host is required to send 500-byte packet without having identification field to wrap around within one MSL, i.e. 80 seconds. What is the maximum bandwidth required? Do you see any problem if this limit (maximum bandwidth) is exceeded?
Answer Question | December 11, 2007 8:44 AM
How does ethernet deliver different bandwidths?
Answer Question | January 1, 2009 5:44 PM
Bandwidth, delivery, different, Ethernet
I have a client that wants to produce a daily 5 minute TV program on the Internet. If I stream the program, FLASH, how do I calculate the bandwidth or data transfer that I will need if I’m calculating 100,000 viewers a day?
Answer Question | October 8, 2007 1:10 PM
Bandwidth, Data transfer, Internet television systems
We have a problem where some users will complain of slow application response time (on the LAN) from our ERP server, but others will be fine. After many hours of troublshooting I’ve discovered the following: - Packet Sniff’s of affected users shows TCP Retransmissions because the Checksum is Incorrect from the server. - Replacing the [...]
Answer Question | February 4, 2009 3:55 PM
Bandwidth, Cabling, Cisco, Ethernet, Fault isolation, Hubs, IPv4, NetBIOS, Network protocols, Network testing, Networking, Protocol analysis, Routers, Switches, TCP, TCP/IP
Hi Guys, I am doing my Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems. Currently I have 2 months vacation in hand and want to do CCNA in that time. Need help on whether it is good idea?? Will it help my Masters?? Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems with CCNA is a good combination?? Will the [...]
Answer Question | February 10, 2011 7:45 AM
Availability, Bandwidth, Cabling, CCNA, Cisco, Hardware, Hubs, Networking, Networking certifications, Routers, Switches
My office runs a normal LAN. The company has recently purchased the building next door, and we want to extend the LAN into this building using a wireless link. To achieve this, we have purchased 2 Netgear WPN802 wireless access points. The Netgear website has a step by step guide to configuring the WPN802 in [...]
Answer Question | February 4, 2009 7:22 AM
Bandwidth, Cabling, Hubs, Network monitoring, Routers, Switches, Wireless, Wireless bridges
Hello, We have several Dell Optiplex GX520′s on the network running Windows XP pro. They randomly fall into sleep mode. Moving the mouse will not wake them – you have to push the power button to get them out of sleep mode. Also we are not able to remotely wake them to do patch updates [...]
Answer Question | November 22, 2009 3:45 PM
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