• Can’t connect to vpn since Microsoft Security update

    I am trying to connect to a Win 2003 VPN server from a PC running Windows XP Professional wired to a Linksys WRTP54G router (Vonage voIP) and cable modem. On Thursday, January 5, I got the VPN connection working fine. I used it multiple times including rebooting the PC. That night the automatic...

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  • LAN connectivity problem with Compaq notebook

    I have a Compaq EVO n1020v notebook. This works fine in our office LAN and sometimes it does not at all. Office LAN is a workgroup with ICS enabled in win 2K server. If I check the IP of the notebook it shows the IP of the LAN but never connects to the internet, can't access LAN...

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  • Relation Between virtual memory, cache memory and RAM?

    Hi friends, Hope you all are doing fine. Actually, I am new in the networking field. Can anybody tell me the size relation between virtual, cache and RAM memory in Windows Operating systems? Thanks in advance.

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  • Mac address to IP address resolution

    How can we resolve IP address from Mac address and can we do this from Cisco switch 3750? We are able to track port no and associated Mac address from Cisco switch by using the command #sh mac-address-table dyanamic>, but we also want to track the associated IP address with port no. Please...

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  • Unmanaged vs. Managed switch

    Hello: I need to know the difference between managed and unmanaged switch. If I use a managed switch will that pose overhead on my network performance? Could it reduce my internet connection speed on that switch? Best regards

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  • Hub, router and switch

    What is the difference? How do you know which one to use? Thanks.

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  • Hubs

    What happens if you plug a hub into itself?

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  • cisco 2811 with 2 fast ethernet ports and 4 vlans-2

    I need urgent help on this. I have a brand new cisco 2811 with 2 FE ports. The port f0/0 is connected to the internet and the f0/1 will be connected to the switch which has 4 vlans configured on it. I have no idea how to go about doing this. Can someone please help me with the configuration on the...

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  • Configuring VLANs

    Hello All; If I'm configuring multiple VLANs on a Layer 3 switch (HP) do I have to setup static routes or will the switch learn them automatically? Also if I have multiple VlAN's on the Layer 2 switches that connect to the Layer 3 do I have to setup port trunking in order for traffic to be able to...

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  • What does “DB” mean, in DB-9 serial port?

    Posted on behalf of Ben: What does "DB" mean, in DB-9 serial port?

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  • connecting the 5th and 7th floosr of a building

    Hi, Everybody My network covers the 5 th floor of an office building, and now we expanding to the 7th floor (a half-dozen users. All the servers and telecom closet are on the 5th floor and I have to provide network services to the users on the 7th floor. I would like to have the opunion of this...

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  • what is the difference between hub and router and why is it necessary to utilize a hub when creating a network

    what is the difference between hub and router and why is it necessary to utilize a hub when creating a network

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  • AMD Sempron

    Hi all, I have one desktop running on AMD sempron 2200. In my home network. It?s clock speed is 1.5 GHz as per manufacture?s specification. but in system properties It showing only 800 MHz. OS is using XP SP2. But it working very smoothly. Anybody have any idea about why it likes this?

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  • career change: programming to networking

    I'm looking to move from programming to network administration and eventually security. I need advice. I have an AA degree. I did tech support and programming part-time in college. Since then, I've spent 2.5 years as a programmer (with some IDS responsibilities), 1.5 years doing QA on niche-market...

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  • SUBNETTING

    Hi What is the broadcast address for the IP subnet 192.168.100.32 given a subnet mask of 255.255.255.224. I want to know step by step procedure on how to get the right ans. Brgds Mark

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  • Masters in Network and Distributed Systems with CCNA????

    Hi Guys, I am doing my Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems. Currently I have 2 months vacation in hand and want to do CCNA in that time. Need help on whether it is good idea?? Will it help my Masters?? Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems with CCNA is a good combination?? Will the...

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  • Removing The Network Collision

    Hello, Sir/Madam I have a problem with my network. my computers are connected with hubs but the hub is collied every time. so I just restart the hub. but the same problem happens. plz tell me the perfect Sollution.

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  • Wired router connected to a hub?

    Can a wired router be connected to a hub? this was a trick question on job interview.

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  • how does duplex work in relation to switches and hubs

    how does duplex work in relation to switches and hubs

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  • Remote Access Networking

    I am not too good with networking, and I have a question. I need to be able to access two seperate computers at a remote location. There is DSL internet. Right now I just have one connected to the internet, and have everything forwarded to that specific IP address. The Remote Access program I use,...

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