• wireless internet

    I have a router connect to the internet and a directional outdoor antenna of range up to 8km. I have another router in another building about 200m away from the first. I actually want the set up and effective wireless network with the second router in that building. Can i connect the two routers...

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  • Cable required – Cisco 2811

    I need to know the type of cable to login to cisco 2811 router. Can i use the LAN port on my laptop, use a straight cable and connect through the console port of the router? Please help

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  • How many meters of patch cable can we use to connect a LAN?

    How many meters of patch cable can we use for LAN connective?

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  • MS Project of Data Center Build/Move

    Does anyone have a suggestion or an example of building a data center or NOC in MS Project? - Larry

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  • Network Controller Driver missing, company not known

    Hi, All of a sudden my working network controller's driver went missing. I have dual boot (XP, ME), and it is missing in both OS. Could it be a hardware problem ? Do I need to replace the network card ? I searched for the driver in WinXP installation disc, but didn't find it, though WinXP had...

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  • #com v’s Cisco

    Hi, I am in the process of scaling up a Datacenter to handle what over the next 3 to 5 years is expected to be a doubling of the current workload. I am pushing my current stackable switches to the limit at peak times and the performance impact is very visible even to end users. I am managing a...

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  • Trouble shooting of WAN/LAN circuits

    I am working on a WAN/LAN circuit that includes core router, core switch, distribution switches, VLAN and access switches and hosts. What are the steps or commands I have to use to shut down or unshut a port on the access switch after telneting and accessing the core router or switch?

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  • Who is responsible for the Firewall

    Our information Security department is different from the network group. Currently, we have Check Point firewalls running on Nokia boxes (IPSO image). The Network group handles the installation, upgrade, routing and IP address specification etc on the firewalls, while Information Security writes...

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  • Cisco PIX VPN config

    Hi, I'm trying to configure a Cisco PIX 501 firewall to accept inbound VPN client connections and route secured traffic to a subnet behind this PIX. I've managed to configure the PIX to accept the VPN client connections, but I can't get the traffic to route correctly to the subnet that is behind...

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  • router behind a router

    I have a SOHO that I am trying to configure in an extended star, with a WRT54G at one end, and a WRG614 as the gateway/first router. I have configured the 614 to have the address 192.168.1.254 and left the 54G at 192.128.1.1. I set the 54G into Router mode and tried to make a static path to the...

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  • Wireless cloud without an Ethernet backbone required

    I?m trying to connect the registration terminals used outside various halls at any given exhibition centre to a completely independent network that my company will set up at whatever site we attend. Most of our work is in the Middle East, so taking the Dubai World Trade Centre as a prime example,...

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  • Looking for clarification on new IP layout

    I currently have a 192.168.1.0/24 network. I have one cisco router with many cisco switches that allow everyone to have a DHCP ip of 192.168.1.X. I will soon have more people then the /24 will handle, so I would like to switch to: 172.16.30.0 subnet 255.255.254.0 mask 172.16.31.255 broadcast That...

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  • Intrussion detection

    Does any one know of any goof Intrussion detection system boxes which are not crazy expensive and support up to 1GB lines.

    Dimchik0 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless bridge

    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...

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  • Server 2003 network – 2 NICS

    I have a server 2003 with 2 nics internal 192.168.10.1 255.255.255.0 no gateway 192.168.10.5 DNS external 10.1.10.5 255.255.255.0 10.1.10.1 gateway 68.87.76.178 dns Internal nic handles the DHCP 192.168.10.150-190 it has the scope options with the gateway 10.1.10.1 that is the comcast modem. and...

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  • TCP Retransmissions b/c of Checksum Incorrect

    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...

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  • Dell laptop NIC problems

    Hi, One of my colleagues has a Dell Latitude D510 running Windows XP. When connected to our LAN, the laptop is unable to obtain an IP address. When I view the network card in Device Manager, it appears to be installed and working correctly. The NIC is a Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller. I...

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  • What will make an analog signal?

    Does the communication between two network interface cards (NICs) of a computer connected by a Cat 5 cable in a digital signal form or an analog signal?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • SFP module and Optical Fibre Cable

    HI TO ALL...I WOULD LIKE TO ASK THE FOLLOWING QUESTION. I HAVE A 48 PORT HP PROCURVE SWITCH THAT NEEDS TO BE CONNECTED WITH A 24 PORT HP PROCURVE SWITCH USING A GIGABIT SFP MODULE.THE OPTICAL FIBRE PATCH CABLE IS 62 AND A HALF MULTIMODE SC-LC CONNECTOR TYPE CABLE.THE SFP MODULE HAS A TRANSMITTING...

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  • Will wire patterns outside the U.S. standard cabling affect network data flow negatively?

    I just want to know what the effect will be, if I use different wire patterns on network cables instead of using the U.S. standard cabling? Will it affect the flow of data when transferred through network?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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