• connecting the 5th and 7th floosr of a building

    Hi, Everybody My network covers the 5 th floor of an office building, and now we expanding to the 7th floor (a half-dozen users. All the servers and telecom closet are on the 5th floor and I have to provide network services to the users on the 7th floor. I would like to have the opunion of this...

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  • Advantages of fiber optic cabling compared to UTP

    What is the advantages of fiber optic cabling compared to unshielded twisted pair (UTP)?

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  • AMD Sempron

    Hi all, I have one desktop running on AMD sempron 2200. In my home network. It?s clock speed is 1.5 GHz as per manufacture?s specification. but in system properties It showing only 800 MHz. OS is using XP SP2. But it working very smoothly. Anybody have any idea about why it likes this?

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  • checklist for moving datacenter

    Hello. Our company have a plan to move datacenter in a month and my boss ordered me to make out the plan for it. But I don't know how to do it, especially I have no idea about what I should check for moving datacenter. Help me! How can I get the process, checklist.... for moving datacenter?

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  • Data center network design

    Regarding to data network design where we should categorize port allocation table. Can it be or shall be included in design phase? Do we have standard for network design? If we do, what is the criteria to segregating active and passive port from structured cabling? References would be helpful.

  • crossover cables

    I know this may be basic questions to many but can someone tell me why crossover cables would be used as opposed to straight through cables. Also, what do crossover cables do that straight through cannot? What would be a funtion for each? Thanks for the help.

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  • SUBNETTING

    Hi What is the broadcast address for the IP subnet 192.168.100.32 given a subnet mask of 255.255.255.224. I want to know step by step procedure on how to get the right ans. Brgds Mark

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  • What is a straight-through, cross-over and a roll-over cable?

    What is a straight-through cable, a cross-over cable and a roll-over cable?

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  • Network label and documentation

    what is the best method to label network nodes and cables and patch panel and documentation???

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  • What are the STP cable types?

    What are categories of shielded twisted pair (STP) cable?

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  • Masters in Network and Distributed Systems with CCNA????

    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...

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  • Remote Access Networking

    I am not too good with networking, and I have a question. I need to be able to access two seperate computers at a remote location. There is DSL internet. Right now I just have one connected to the internet, and have everything forwarded to that specific IP address. The Remote Access program I use,...

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  • Can you get two pairs of 10/100 connections out of a four-pair Cat 5 cable?

    On a Cat 5 cable with four pairs I know that you can get 10/100 TX out of one pair which is the IEEE 802 standard. But can you also utilize the other two pairs for an additional 10/100 TX network drop? Will this work? Where is it stated that you cannot do this if it does work and someone is saying...

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  • range of lan connectivity

    how long can be the range of lan cable connectivty.without traffic or interferrence?

  • How to divide a T1 line?

    How can I divide a T1 line between about 20 clients; ensuring that they each get the same amount of bandwidth? The T1 connects to a Linksys router (WRT160NL) which is connected to a wireless Linksys router (WRT160N). I want to use two or three of these wireless routers; which they would be in...

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  • Best Cisco Router for Wireless Internet Access using VSAT

    Please any one suggest me the best router for wireless internet access using VSAT connection I have the VSAT as the internet connection connected directly to hub , now i want to implement wireless internet acces to our office .

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  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

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  • Ethernet Over Copper

    I am thinking of replacing our SDSL line for a EOC 3x3. What sorts of hardware does implementing EOC require. For example T-1 requires a CSU/DSU.

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  • Ethernet and Patch Cables

    What's the difference between Ethernet cable and Patch cable? And what does "straight-through" mean? Thanks

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  • Minimum distance required between CAT5e terminations

    Can you tell me if there is a minimum distance required between CAT5e terminations? I am told that the standards require at least 15m (50ft) between terminations, such as between a main cross-connect panel and a consolidation point patch block. Also, that if the actual distance is less, enough...

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