• 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.

    Jsuarez145 pointsBadges:
  • Ethernet and Patch Cables

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

    123456300 pointsBadges:
  • Cat 5e networking cable purchasing estimate

    I have been asked to purchase a supply of CAT-5e network cables for use in our data center racks.  I am having trouble estimating how many of each length we will need.  Is there a rule of thumb for making this type of estimate, say, for a fully populated and properly configured standard rack?

  • Will we really save money having users shut down computers at end of day?

    The article below caught my attention. It says that 217 million dollars a year is wasted just in the UK alone by employees leaving computers on overnight. I never shut mine down...my old mentor thought it was actually harmful. Needless to say, we don't have a policy about shutting down computers...

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  • Install cat. 7 cables in flush floor metal trunking or inside PVC conduits?

    We are going to install the huge amount of the cat.7 cables in the office building, Do you recommend to install cabling in the flush floor metal trunking or inside the PVC conduits?

  • hi all

    last day i installed one new xp theam on my xp system. recently i noticed that "RUN" option deleted from my start menu. can anybody help me in this problem ? thanks in advance

    Squibc40 pointsBadges:
  • What does tos link mean?

    I want to buy a optical cable splitter. What does the term tos link imply? Is it a special, or is it a standard term I should not be concerned about?

    Newbienontech5 pointsBadges:
  • Dell Optiplex GX520 hibernation/sleep mode issues

    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 or remotely...

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  • STP Cable

    what is the maximum lenght of STP cable can be used for 10 Mbps speed.  

    Shakeelawan10 pointsBadges:
  • Which transmission media costs the least?

    Which transmission media costs the least?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • DIFFERENT WAYS OF CROSS CABLING

    I HAVE SEEN MANY CABLES CLIPPED BUT ALL IN DIFFERENT WAYS STILL THEY WORK, DOES IT MEAN THAT CABLES HAS NO PERMANENT FORMAT?

    Christciber5 pointsBadges:
  • HTU-E1 Leased Line Modem

    hi,can anyone tell me how to take loop test on HTU E1 Leased line modem to test physical connectivity

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  • What type of cable is suitable for an RS-485 interface?

    This is a serial specification and as such is going to be dependent partially on electronics.  Cat 6 is better balanced than Ccat 5, and I am a big fan of shielded systems for a variety of reasons.  I would suggest, however, that you discuss this with the active supplier.  Cabling is backwards-...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Network cabling requirements for high-speed data transfer

    What are the networking cabling requirement to cater high speed data transfer between the clients to the network backbone?

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