• Leased Lines

    Hi. for the record this is my first inq here. Hpe tis gets noticed cause really I'm somewhat confused. if i want to build my own callcenter and i want to connect remote sites to my main via internet what leased line should i use? which line is the most cost-effedtive to use? thanks

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  • Blocking music on internet connection

    Hi all, I have some internet users who listen to online radio stations. I have asked them not to do it, as I feel like it probably uses up a fair amount of bandwidth. Is this correct, or does it use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • Replication problem

    Hello, I have this question: 2 Domino server: 6.5.1 on W2k3, 5.0.7a on Win NT4.0; the connection is VPN over public internet; I scheduled several replication with connection document using a new blank db, but I'm not able to replicate changes in design elements, only changes in documents... The ACL...

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  • T1 vs T3 vs 2 T1′s

    I currently have two offices that will become one big office. There will be at most 150 users. Each office currently has a T1 and we do not really have any problems since we also use a Packeteer Packetshaper. If someone wanted to increase the pipe, would they go from a T1 to a T3 or is that over...

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  • deploying office 2003

    I want to Look at problems in deploying office 2003 in terminal server environments and get user experiences on aspects like performance

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  • DDos traffic generator

    Hi all, We are testing SERVICE CONTROL ENGINE of Cisco. I would like to test the SCE for detecting and preventing DDOS traffic. For testing SCE, I need DDOS traffic generator software. I searched in the Google but i didn't get. Can anybody help me to find out a DDOS traffic generator software. Can...

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  • keepalive

    HI, I am preparing for the ccna exam. Can any body help me, what is the purpose of keepalive command which we will give in routers when configurin the physical interfaces. Thanks & Regards, Rajesh.M

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  • Domino Server & VPN

    Hello, I have this problem: environment: 2 Domino 6.5.1 in Head Office (one for mail, the other for applications), a Domino 5.0.7a in remote office (in a different country). The connection to this country is based on VPN over internet; problems: 1)sometime the home router "hangs" and the mail was...

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  • InterVLAN Communication…

    Hii everybody, I am new in networking field, i am working as network administrator, can anybody please tell me how to add one host in more than one VLAN, so that he can could communicate with both VLAN users... the switches are 2900 series. its urgent Thanks in advance

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  • Blocking Music on Internet connection

    Hi all, I have some internet users who listen to online radio stations. I have asked them not to do it, as I feel like it probably uses up a fair amount of bandwidth. Is this correct, or does is use very little? Also, other than purchasing and installing software, is there a way to block music?...

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  • Shared vs Dedicated

    Hello, What is the difference between a shared and a dedicated bandwidth? I received this information and I am trying to understand the meaning of it: PC's sharing: 100 PC Shared (Kbps) Dedicated (kbps) ------------------------------------------------------- Download | Uplink | Download | Uplink |...

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  • Access point/router

    I would really like to know the detailed difference between a router and an access point. Do I need access points if i am going to set up a network and have two routers already? How can i use a router as an access point if that's possible? Please explain. Thanks

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  • Reg. POP3 Service….

    Hii Everybody, I have installed Active dir. with win server 2003 and Exchange server, in my home PC for practice purpose using loopback adaptor.... My problem is that using microsoft webmail i am able to send and receive the mails, but using Outlook express i can not..... i checked POP3 and SMTP...

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  • Microsoft exchange 2003

    Hi guys, i just got a contract in a new company tha wants to start using microsoft exchange 2003. could you kindly explain how to go about cinstalling and configuring their network for exchange. thank you

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  • Reg. PIX firewall/Proxy Server

    Hi all, Recently we have delegates from china for business purpose and they want to access their Lotus Notes mails from our office. But they are not able to connect to their servers in US as its in LAN and we have PIX as well as Squid Proxy in our office setup. But if they connect thro' dialup it...

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  • Bandwidth

    Hi everybody, My name is Ali Mbilo and I am from Congo. My question is, if I am getting a 1Mbps bandwidth signal from my Internet Provider, can I use more than 1,500 computers to connect to the internet by using switches and routers? My provider told me that the 1Mbps is good only for 100Pc's. But...

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  • Access 2000 Database

    I want to use VPN to connect my users to an Access 2000 Database remotely--from the main bldg to another bldg 100 feet away. I don't have much of a budget, so I was wondering if I could just use VPN and connect. The VPN connects fine, but it is very slow. I currently have a business DSL I use. What...

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  • In VPN Which protocol to be used……??

    Hiiiii everybody..... I am Bala new member of this group I have got one small querry regarding VPN, in my organization i am trying to implement VPN for the remote access, in the bangalore office i wanted to install concentrator Cisco 3015 and in the bombay and pune office i wanted to configure VPN...

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  • NMAP IN WIRELESS

    Hello, Can any one explain me what is NMAP , how NMAP works and how to use it. Kind Regards, Gopal.

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  • Loadsharing between two ISPs

    dear sir, I am looking for a load sharing solution between 2 leased lines for 2 different ISPs the diagram goes lke this: LAN-->Cisco Pix-->Router-->2 leased lines. can load-sharing be done at the router without extra configuration at the providers side? can CEF (cisco express forwarding)...

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