• How to derive bandwidth from the frequency of Cat6 cables

    How do you derive bandwidth (bits per second) from the frequency of Cat6 cable (250MHz for example)? It is known that Cat6 can carry up to 1 Gbps.

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  • Cable trays near sprinkler heads

    Are there restrictions on installing overhead cable trays near sprinkler heads?

  • Why do IT projects fail?-3

    Hi, I'm a Computer Engineering at CSU Chico. I'm conducting a research paper on "Why IT Projects Fail". If someone could give me an example of a failed projects, "failed" meaning that it didn't get finished on time, or the final project did not meet the requierments. Also if you could give a quick...

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  • Network Drop

    Hello, I am gowind to run a network drop using Cat 5E 350MHz CMR cable running from a guest house to the main house. The guest house has a Linksys router from which point i will run the Cat 5E around the outside of the house, drop down and burry in pvc pipe to main house, totaling roughly about 300...

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  • Cabling and accessories amounts

    First, let me say thank you in advance to anyone who helps me out. I've been charged with the task of figuring out how much cabling and accessories I need to get quotes for for hooking up 46 - Netgear FSM7326P switches to 185 desktop computers. I don't know the size of the office and any other...

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  • Return Loss error on Fluke

    Let me first say, I'm a total newbie to networking... Okay, got that out of the way. I've run cat5e 94 feet thru my basement. When I connect each end of the cable to a Fluke DSP-4000 Network Analyzer it tells me that Return Loss failed (RL and RL @ Remote). If I drill into the details on the...

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  • Network cable support

    Hi All, I working one of 5 star hotel in Cambodia. I would like to make network cable support on writing desk in guest room to make it nice. If anyone have a sameple picture please, kindly send it to me mov_18@yahoo.com. thanks with regards, mov

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  • drives shared on 2 servers via crossover cable on secondary nic’s

    I have 2 servers, Win 2003, connected with a crossover cable to the secondary nic's - I can map to server 1 from server 2, but not server 2 to server 1. Get user restricted error, but can't find what to change, and is the problem on server 2 rights (not allowing maps to server 1), or server 1...

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  • Procedures for a new area.

    We are a company where we have expirience on network remote administration and now we have open a new area, The area of security. Now I need to start to make new procedures like when a new customer come to us and ask if we can handle the security for his network... I need to know if some one can...

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  • setting up a patch pane

    hi, thanks for those who helped me about patch panel, thank you. i need to set it up. i need help in doing it, maybe i could get advice on how to handle it, what to do with it, connect it to where.? (those basic kind of stuff) i just dont want to fail or make a mistake in doing it because the...

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  • CAT5E loss

    Here's the question: How many patch cables can be put in a single run. (Standard 100m)?

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  • What are the industry best practices for cabling high-density production server cabinets with patch panels?

    What are the industry best practices for cabling high-density production server cabinets with patch panels? And where should you fix the patch panels -- under false flooring, inside the server rack or with an over head cable tray?

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  • Installation and updates

    Howdy folks, Tryin to keep things going around here....need some advice. I have Win2003 servers and Active Directory.....single domain....approx. 100 client computers.....one location. Am upgrading all computers from Office XP to Office 2003. My project: Install Office 2003 and all updates remotely...

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  • Safety of non mattalic opital fiber cable?

    How one can best protect non-metallic optical fiber cable from rodents (RATS) attack?

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  • Cabling Anomoly

    Consider the following scenario: Each office has two Cat5e ports (A & B)and there is an 'A' Patch panel and a 'B' patch panel. When PersonA is plugged into port 1A and PersonB is plugged into port 28A they can see each others computer screen. If PersonA is online working and PersonB comes in to log...

    JoNetGuy15 pointsBadges:
  • Patch Panel cabling

    I want to run more cables to our patch panel from extra RJ45 drops. Is it safe to connect the cables whilst the systems are running. Also, should the cables to the pin slots on the patch panel be the same color code configuration (T568B) as that of the keysone jack or crossed

    Deladem19645 pointsBadges:
  • Dynamic updates to a DNS Server

    What Windows Operating Systems support dynamic updates to a DNS Server? Which service needs to be running on the clients?

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  • What is NAT port forwarding?

    Describe in brief how you would set up port forwarding on a NAT router to allow a PC on the LAN to publish its web to the internet.

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  • rollover cable: What would happen if pin 3 on the left cable end were attached to pin 3 as with a straight-thru cable?

    What would happen if pin 3 on the left cable end were attached to pin 3 as with a straight-thru cable?

    091955542985 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between DVI Singel link and DVI Dual link?

    What is the difference between Singel and Dual link, and does it matter which one I use just for normal LCD screens?

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