We have moved 15 of 20 AS400 / iSeries to a new business DMZ. The five systems that fail range from OS level V4R5M0 to V5R4M0 and system types 50S to 520. Some failed systems are LPARs where half the systems of the LPAR are functioning with their new IPs while the other half fail. [...]
Answer Question | March 31, 2012 8:27 PM
DMZ, Ethernet, STRTCP, TCP/IP, V4R5M0
I have two networks.one is connected via bluetooth and other thro ethernet.The distance between them will be around 2kms.I need to have a interface(server, that is developed using java)for communication.Both could communicate only if both the devices are installed with .jar file(writtren with j2me).How could i implement this kind of environment?.
Answer Question | March 31, 2012 5:04 PM
Bluetooth, Ethernet, Wireless Network, Wireless networking
We have an ethernet leased line from an ISP through which we are connecting our branch office to main network. is the data through the line exposed to ISP?.
Answer Question | June 3, 2011 9:29 AM
Ethernet, Internet service providers, ISP, Leased line, Leased line services, Networking
We have an APC UPS that can shut down a server using USB or serial. Can we do this over ethernet to a switch? We want one device to support multiple machines.
Answer Question | April 21, 2011 7:42 PM
APC, Ethernet, Ethernet Switches, Switches, UPS, UPS managed shutdown, USB
When a laptop has both wireless and wired connection at the same time, we want to make sure the network traffic is going through the ethernet cable first instead of going via air. A lot of research was telling me that Windows has the preferred route to higher throughput interface. I found this to be true [...]
Answer Question | March 18, 2011 1:52 PM
Ethernet, Windows 7, Wireless network management, Wireless networking, Wireless networks
To put it mildly, my experience with fiber channel switches is limited. In actuality my only real experience is from a couple dozen google searches in trying to find the answer to these questions. Anyway, here’s a bit of background on what’s going on before I get to the questions: My company has a McData [...]
Answer Question | March 4, 2011 3:38 PM
Ethernet, FC Switch, Fiber Channel, McData, McData switches, Switches, What's Up Gold
I’m trying to connect a printer that can only use a ethernet connection (directly wired from printer to computer). But when I plug in the ethernet then it turns off my wireless connection to the internet. How can I plug in my printer without it turning off my wireless connection to the internet? Operating system [...]
Answer Question | November 16, 2010 7:58 PM
Ethernet, Windows 7, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Printing, Wireless Internet
What happens if we run gigabit over cat5e? Will we get a connection? Is it reliable? What would be my max possible speed?
Answer Question | November 16, 2010 9:02 PM
CAT5, CAT5e, Ethernet, Ethernet connection, Gigabit ethernet, Gigabit network adapters
I am looking for training material that will help me in configuring a CISCO 3560 switch to be used for machine controllers. What I have is multiple PLC’s on ethernet-IP. I need to be able to connect to each one and they are on different subnets. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Answer Question | November 17, 2010 7:57 PM
Cisco 3560, ControlLogix, Ethernet, Ethernet connection, Ethernet-IP, PLC, Rockwell Automation
then disconnect the Ethernet cable can I still restart and log back in to the same profile?
Answer Question | October 12, 2011 4:27 PM
Domain Administration, Domain Users, Ethernet, Networking, Windows 7
i have a lease line with Huwaei SmartAX unit ,The ethernet interface directly connected to the firewall.The public IP’s assigned for this lease line not reaching the firewall after ISP .Is it compusory have a Router to have public IP’s .
Answer Question | October 11, 2010 6:52 PM
Ethernet, Firewalls, Leased line, Public IP, Routers
What is the maximum cable length we can run from the switch to the desktop? What about from the patch panel to the switch to the desktop? Using cat 6? Is it different with cat 5 or 5e?
Answer Question | September 28, 2010 6:24 PM
CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6, Ethernet, Ethernet connection, Switches, Windos
We want to run gigabit Ethernet. Should we use cat5e or cat6? What is the difference between the two? Should we pick one over the other?
Answer Question | September 28, 2010 3:39 PM
CAT5, CAT6, Ethernet, ethernet cable, Ethernet connection, Windows
How can I asses how long my Ethernet runs are to the jacks at a users desk? Is there a software or hardware tool we can use to figure this out?
Answer Question | September 24, 2010 3:38 PM
Ethernet, ethernet cable, Ethernet connection, Ethernet Tester, Windows
We have two 10 MBit internet connections. They are both Ethernet handoffs and enter two different sonicwall firewalls. Is there a way to bridge or bond these two separate lines? They are from two separate carriers and have separate IP ranges.
Answer Question | September 21, 2010 3:36 PM
Bridging, Ethernet, Ethernet connection, Firewalls, IP range, SonicWALL
We have 2 sites. Point A and point B. Point A has a 100M ethernet line on a 100M port and point B has a logically 20M line seating on a 100M port. Telco providers use traffic shaping to logically set the bandwidth on their L2 device at their nearest office from point B. We have multiple [...]
Answer Question | August 24, 2010 6:01 AM
Cisco, Cisco 2800, Cisco 2800 configuration, Cisco 2980, Ethernet, TCP, Throughput, Wireless in 2010
how to configur singal ethernet port i want that steps with key
Answer Question | August 18, 2010 5:58 AM
Ethernet, Ethernet port, LAN, Port configuration
How can I make a desktop wireless without a pci card? I have no available slots but I do have usb ports available and a Ethernet port. Is there some type of converter for this scenario? I can sacrifice the Ethernet (100/1000) for wireless.
Answer Question | August 17, 2010 8:06 PM
Ethernet, Ethernet Ports, PCI, USB, USB ports, Wifi, Wireless Configuration, Wireless in 2010
Hi, I am using Win7. The USB-Ethernet adapter of Dlink ‘DUB-E100′ shown here. The msdn website says, no need to install driver but Windows 7 doesn’t detect automatically. The CD and its website doesn’t provide driver for Vista and Win7. I tried doing it in ‘compatibility mode’ and ‘adding a legacy device’. It didn’t work. [...]
Answer Question | April 19, 2013 4:25 PM
DLink Switches, Drivers, Ethernet, Ethernet adapters, USB, Windows 7, Windows 7 in 2010
Is there a difference between Ethernet WAN and Wide Area Ethernet? If not, are there other terms people use to describe a high-speed wide area network (WAN) service that uses Ethernet connectivity? Thanks!
Answer Question | June 15, 2010 1:50 PM
Ethernet, Networking, Telecom, WAN, Wide Area Networks