• Windows 2008 Server datacenter networking issues

    I am currently working with Windows 2008 Server Datacenter and I seem to be having alot of problems with the networking. I currently have the ltest drivers from Intel applied, specified an IP so not using DHCP and I keep receiving "Unidentified Network" Does anyone know how to reslove this problem.

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  • 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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  • Limited Connectivity in a Network Enviorment

    I have been having this problem on serveral PC's. I have to setup up a new PC on our network and i am getting a limited connectivity error on the NIC card. I have checked all the setting on the PC. I tride to use another PC and i got the same error. I looked into the SP2 error and the recommended...

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  • explain the operation of the following mail server,DHCP,and DNS

    explain the operation of the following mail server,DHCP,and DNS

  • Cisco Wireless 1200 DHCP Issues

    Ok, I have seen this same issue on several message boards etc. but I have yet to find a good answer so here it goes. I have a network with 12 Cisco 1200 series access points all connecting to 3550PWR switches. The switches are configured with 2 vlans, one for a public wireless LAN and the other as...

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  • DHCP client lease

    What would happen to a laptop with a lease duration of 8 days, if it was taken from its original network and placed on another subnet on day 3?

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  • connecting 2 networks

    I'm looking to connect 2 networks that have the same IP's and subnet (192.168.0.XXX/24). I'm not looking to completely merge these 2, but I'm looking to setup a VPN for about 2-3 computers to run on SITE A's network and have access to SITE B's Server. SITE A IP scheme is 192.168.0.XXX/24 and SITE...

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  • Locking the IP address to the MAC address

    Hi all.... Aim: Ip address lets say 10.0.0.1 when assigned to a particular MAC let it be pc, should not be used by any other mac, even if i switch off the device. I tried through dhcp reservation option which maps the ip address to a mac address, it works. but the problem is, when i switch off the...

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  • Network Users Identifying open files

    Here is the scenario, I have multiple users on the network accessing the same files (ie. Excel spreadsheets). Some of the computers have generic login information that doesn't tell you who they are when the "File in use by..." window pops up. Rather than getting a call every day to check who has a...

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  • Need help with multiple DHCP pools on a Cisco Aironet AP

    Hi all, I'm trying to run an Aironet 1252 AP with mutliple DHCP pools. What I did: -Searched for similar questions (found nothing that helped me) -I set up multiple SSIDs that are mapped to different VLANs. -I set up multiple pools (Each pool should serve one VLAN). -I tested setting an IP from the...

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  • New Network Card Unable to take static IP assigned to previous faulty Card

    I have a server that had static IP configured, what happened is that the Network Card got faulty and had to be replaced. so I bought a new network card and replaced the faulty one, now when I try and configure the IP address on the new card I get an error message saying that the IP address has been...

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  • CiscoASA5505 DNS not getting to domain reverse lookup zones.

    We are a state agency with a main office here, then about 45 smaller offices throughout the state. The small 1 person offices connect back here via a web provider (ISP) and VPN client. The rest connect back here using either a Cisco PIX 501 (4 of our older small offices) or a Cisco ASA5505 - and in...

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  • Limited or no connectivity when moving from LAN to WAN

    We have two sites about 16 miles apart and our problem is users moving from LAN to WAN are not being automatically assigned an IP address for about 60 - 90 minutes. DHCP leasing is limited to 7 days and has always been set to that. Have tested the following scenarios moving from LAN and WAN. LAN to...

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  • New Domain Controller and DNS server problems

    I'm trying to get rid of an old w2k server that is the DC and DNS server. I added DC and DNS to an existing w2k3 server and it looks like it replicated all the AD data ( I see users and machines listed ) but when I unplug the old server and login to the network at a workstation I don't get access...

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  • DHCP Server

    we made a scope on range of 173.0.0.1 to 173.0.0.200 now a client got an IP 173.0.0.180 after sometime we edit the scope propertie and reduce the range to 173.0.0.1 to 173.0.0.150 what will be happen? do the previous IP 173.0.0.180 will work?if yes how? can we renew it ? if no Why?

    Shirzai5 pointsBadges:
  • Migrating from Win2003 DC to Win2008 DC

    I am putting together a migration plan for moving data and users from Windows 2003 Domain Controller to the a new win2008 read only domain controller. DNS, DHCP, User data, shares needs to be migrated. What are the step I need to take to migrate DHCP, Users and Data? Please add other things if I am...

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  • Interface for ASA 5510

    Hi , Brother/Sisters . I am using ASA 5510 with 2 interface enable ( Inside and Outside). However , I did notice ASA still have remaining port is not using. I would like to set up Wireless Access Point and direct plug into the ASA. may I know any recommendation or reading material on this? Because...

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  • Active Directory problems

    I am replacing two Windows 2003 Active Directory Domain Controllers that are also DNS servers, DHCP and WINS servers. They are two different sites and two different IP addresses - 10.10.10.xx and 10.10.30.xx. I have attempted to configure these two servers indentical to the two I have but I can not...

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  • Configuring the DHCP server behind the router for 3 networks

    Network 1 (192.168.50.0/24)---"Router"---"Switch or bridge"---"DHCP Server" Network 2 (172.16.0.0/24)______|| Network 3 (10.0.0.0/24)_________| how should i config DHCP server so every client's IP in all 3 networks can be assign by DHCP?

    Yugioh885 pointsBadges:
  • connecting two networks to a single server (2 NIC’s or router?)

    I have a 2003 server box running a simple database application that needs to be accessed by users on two physically separate networks. One network is DHCP 192.x.x.x the other is static 223.x.x.x. Everyone is running XP pro. What would be the better option. Two NIC's in the server, one for each...

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