• 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 FIN and Close age out

    I have a DHCP DNS Wins Certificate server Kasper antivirus exchnage and oracle 10g configured in my Lan, i have configured 802.1x machine authentication and vlan assignment via IC 4000 and security policies are applied via ISG 2000 juniper Firewall. we have seen a lot of TCP FIn Tcp port no 1116...

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  • How do I block the websites in local DNS

    Hi.. My company has two series LAN is connected to only one internet broadband connections. If any user in the two series LAN request any website first it will go to Local DNS then it will forward to the ISP DNS.Here i want to block some sites in local DNS only ... How can i do this... PLZ help me...

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  • How does one setup a Windows 2003 Enterprise Server on one machine with 2 nics?

    I have read a book (O'Reily) on setting up windows server 2003 and at my current job I am fortunate enough to be able to work/play with their servers which are also windows 2003. In this, I have a bit of experience, however I ran into a few problems when trying to setup my own personal network at...

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  • Lost DNS in Windows Server 2003 Domain

    In my branch office, there are two window 2003 DC, one DC with DNS, another DC with DHCP. the HD of DC with DNS is crashed. how to rebuild the DNS?

    Omni5 pointsBadges:
  • Loss of Internet access

    About every hour or so, I lose internet access. It is as if the computer does not have any DNS info. Other computers on the network are fine. The problem is with a Windows 2000 professional system

    Haralick5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2000 and Active Directory mess

    I inherited the bulk of these problems due to poor forethought by a previous consultant. He moves on server crashes I get called in with no real history or information, workarounds to get business critical apps going while waiting on parts for other server and now stuck in the quagmire I'm in....

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  • exchange 2003 with 2 servers dns question

    when setting up exchange 2003 with 2 servers can i use the dns from the first domain controller or does it have to reside on the exchange server? Thanks for any help...

    Rustyyy15 pointsBadges:
  • SPF records, what happens if an SPF record is entered wrong?

    After a lot of talking, system admins have entered SPF records to our domain. I have not yet been able to test this with domains that previously didn't receive our e-mails, as I do not want to keep bugging our customers, but I see the following: - mail sent from our domain to e.g. my personal gmail...

    Simplr155 pointsBadges:
  • website dns routing not resolving from a web browser

    Hi, I've got a network domain called myDomain.co.uk and also a website called www.myDomain.co.uk. Problem is I can't see my website from within my network domain (but I can from outside). I tried setting up a DNS host for "www" that resolved to the correct address (not an elegant solution!) which...

    F2F35 pointsBadges:
  • DNS problem with Microsoft Outlook

    I have a network (server client) the server is Windows Server 2003. I installed Root DNS & DHCP on it. All clients are Windows XP SP2. This network connects with the Internet through an ADSL router. My problem is with Microsoft Outlook for clients. I couldn't send or receive any message when the...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • NetBIOS Resolution, DNS, Windows Domain over MPLS VPN

    Hello all, I've been looking for a while now for a way to forward this traffic from one site to another, connected over MPLS VPN. All help appreciated.

    TDoyle5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server 2007 Edge Server DNS DMZ IP problems?

    Ok, so we deployed Exchange server 2007 with an Edge server. The Edge server has two network cards. 1 Card for the DMZ in the 10.10.10.x range and 1 in the internal 192.168.13.x. Problem is when it is up and running it works fine, for ~10-12 hours. After it stops receiving email but can still send....

    bradob160 pointsBadges:
  • What is the best way to recover an Exchange 2003 mailbox after migration to Exchange 2007 is complete.

    What is the best way to recover an Exchange 2003 mailbox after migration to Exchange 2007 is complete. Completed migration to Exchange 2007 in mid-June 2008. Upper management now wants to see the contents of a users inbox at the end March 2008. I have the Exchange 2003 database on tape from the end...

    ITKE352,580 pointsBadges:
  • configuration of router

    i've VSAT network in my office,how can i configure router in same network.

    Hiba5 pointsBadges:
  • AD-DNS Restructuring

    Hi, I am tasked with Restructuring Active Directory within our company domain which is a crucial step to have a real and effective network setup. The plan is that all offices should have a DNS forest domain on a city basis. This schema should be something like this: Office Location Proposed domain...

    Taz7225 pointsBadges:
  • DNS on a NAS

    Does Anyone know if you could configure a NAS to be able to have a stand alone DNS server?

    Chriske0 pointsBadges:
  • Changing provider Exchange 2003 and SBS 2003

    I am changing provider today and here is my scenario and concerns. My DNS is hosted outside our network (A record-IP 164) then I have a firewall set at 164 and SBS 2003 which has IP 184. For some reason I am concern about my emails when changing IP addresses. I obviously will change the DNS IP to...

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  • reverse lookup zone

    what is the use of reverse lookup zone

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  • Creating DNS entries

    Is it possible to create a DNS entry for a specific page on a website?

    Dagawu5 pointsBadges:

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