• Installing Seperate Internet Connection for Managers

    Hello, Myself shiraz, I got one problem. There are Five Floor in one Office which has Switches COnneted to each floor. They are getting LAN and WAN Connection through Centralized Wireless Server Room. Also We have access point to get connectivity from Head Office, which is just near to us. And that...

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  • Telnet over PPP connection

    We have two AS/400s. System A & B(they are connected with TCP/IP). We have a dial-up PPP connection setup from system B to a remote site. We can connect from system B to the remote site with no problems and use TELNET and FTP. But when we try to TELNET from system A, through system B, to the remote...

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  • Library management system

    i need a free library management system running on window or linux that can keep track of who has what cd/books any one help plse

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  • Apache ?Connection refused when attempting to contact www.hingedmind.com?

    I am running SUSE Enterprise 9 with Apache 2.x. I have recently relocated and everything worked fine on my previous ISP (Cable). In the relocation I changed Cable companies and now when I attempt to connect LOCALLY, I get the following message; ?Connection refused when attempting to contact...

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  • Learning Protocol Analysis

    I need a couple of recommendations for material on learning to read packet captures and protocol analysis. Has anyone read the book Ethereal Packet Sniffing? From a review I read, it seems like it might not be much more help than the Users Guide .pdf that you can get with Ethereal. Has anyone used...

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  • Power over ethernet

    How does Powere over ethernet connect from a switch for wireless?

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  • wireless access points DHCP and drive mapping

    Hello all, I recently installed wireless access points in my organization. They are configured to set automatically via DHCP on a 2000 server machine. It seems to work fine. But when I map a drive on client laptops running XP Pro and set it to reconnect at logon the drive either mysteriously...

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  • internet connection through local subnet

    I would like to set up a windows 2000 server with 2 nics so that the subnet attached to nic 1 could access the internet connection of the subnet attached to nic 2. I only need access to the internet connection, but NOT to the nic 2 subnet. I presume that NAT might be a good idea but would like more...

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  • AD in Win2K3 SBS – Group Policy Question

    Win2K3 SBS network; several remote sites all connected via VPN (Cisco PIX); all is working fine now, TS for Corporate App, Exchange and Outlook 2K3 for email etc. WE tried to setup ISA 2004 at Corporate, but not knowing it well as well as time contraint is keeping us from the task of limiting and...

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  • Exchange 2K IM Server Question

    I have setup a test lab for E2K IM. I installed a separate Win2K server in the test AD Domain; all the latest updates etc. Installed the IM portion of the installation. I ran SP3 on the new server and and reapplied SP3 on the current E2K server that hosts email only. In SM i setup the new virtual...

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  • ping from outside

    hi, could you please tell me which command in cisco routers prevent them from being ping from outside networks. and also how can i prevent terminals inside a network to ping outside ips(group policies etc??). thanks

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  • ftp connection

    I administer a windows network, the ftp server is running on w2k3 small business server. some of my users can not get access to the ftp site, the connection is timing out, however some are able to connect, it looks like it is not a setting issue or OS issue, the clients in my network are w2k and...

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  • Collisions

    If I?m experiencing a high number of collisions on a 802.3 network what could they be and how can I solve them.

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  • How fast the Gigabit ethernet?

    Our company has an iSeries model 870 and I have installed two 5700 Gigabit ethernet cards in two different LPARs. I connected them directly by a fiber cable. I set the max frame size to 8996. I have done some test (send large savf by ftp) and the maximum transmition rate was 17000 KB/sec. I think...

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  • Browse List of Computers in “Microsoft Windows Network” on Windows 2000 has missing entries

    Happy New Year to one and all. How can I get the Browse List of Computers in "Microsoft Windows Network" on Windows 2000 to show ALL of the Computers in my Subnet? I have several Domain Controllers on the Subnet, but I cannot see all of the Workstations within those Domains from the Browse List on...

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  • AS/400 720 #2838 ethernet cards load balancing and failover

    I have been tasked to set up load balancing and failover on a 720 with 2 x #2838 100/10 Ethernet cards. At the moment the system just uses one of the cards and everything works just fine. The other card is just sitting inactive. Can anybody advise the process and/or link me to where it is explained...

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  • Router Change from Cable/DSL to Wireless

    I'm switching a small home/office network from a Linksys cable/DSL router to an older Intel AP1210 Wireless gateway 2 unit. My problem is on the broadband reception side. Internet is accessed via a wireless roof antenna and radio. After confiquring the router to the same prameters as the linksys...

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