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  • Wireless Network design puzzle

    I've got 30 legacy devices with static IP's (running linux), they are all connected to two Windows XP servers (acting as backup to one another) through ethernet. Both servers send broadcasts on the network inviting the legacy devices to connect to whichever is available. I'm trying to change the...

    Ramigabriel35 pointsBadges:
  • Bridge vs router

    what are key differences between a bridge & router? I know that a bridge connect between WAN network and a router connect PC within a network. What else should I know?

    Spock12035 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP Bridge Connections

    i have a desktop, a laptop and a wireless signal can someone plz give me step-by-step instructions for setting up a network bridge to connect my ethernet connection between my laptop and the desktop to the wireless signal being recieved by my laptop do all 3 ipaddresses have to be static, the same...

    Itguy1509220 pointsBadges:
  • Show a peer why spending the extra money for a full duplex RF link is better than half for a WAN bridge

    Where can I find reference material to show a peer why spending the extra money for a full duplex RF link is better than half for a WAN bridge? I have 20+ years of networking experience and this RF guy thinks he knows it all. He has management sold on a cheap solution. I'm not having much luck with...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Can you connect a Cisco 7940 desktop IP phone through a wireless switch/bridge to a Cisco access point?

    Is it possible to connect a Cisco 7940 desktop IP phone through a wireless switch or bridge to a Cisco access point (AP) and make it work? I am having problems with this setup. It is most probably unsupported but we sure would like to make it work. Thanks!

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 1310 point to point wireless bridge with WPA2

    Tried using the document provided on the Cisco website to create a point to point wireless bridge and it works fine with WEP encryption, but how do I get the WPA2 encryption to work since WEP is not secure ? I also found a document on the Cisco site about WPA2 encryption but that is directed more...

    Antzoulis35 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting 2 NIC’s without a bridge

    I have a computer that has two NICs installed in it. The computer is a host pc for a POS system. So the one nic is used to manage my POS systems and its terminals/peripherals. The other NIC is connected to a seperate network (Internet, Network Printer, NAS) with a few other machines, and I call it...

    Abyss9095 pointsBadges:
  • Bridging two networks together but being able to access both of them?

    Hey Guys - What settings do I need to change to implement the network pictured below? I would like to: 1) Use the hardware and exact setup below 2) Be able to access both networks seamlessly * Linksys will have the wireless turned off and will act as a router * All clients will connect to the...

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