• Wiring/Krone connectors

    Forwarding question: What are the implications of connecting 2 wire copper test equipment to the permanent wiring side of Krone connectors over the top of existing wires? My belief is that it can cause noise by spreading the blades to far apart. Is there an alternative connector that can be used...

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  • Why do IT projects fail?-2

    Hi, I'm a Computer Engineering at CSU Chico. I'm conducting a research paper on "Why IT Projects Fail". If someone could give me an example of a failed projects, "failed" meaning that it didn't get finished on time, or the final project did not meet the requierments. Also if you could give a quick...

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  • File Synchronization

    In a server 2003 environment, we sync our My Documents folder to the server. One user's account, when logging off, takes an enourmous amount of time to complete syncronize and he gets these errors repeatedly in the error log: offline files [\servernameusersusermy docs]UNABLE TO MAKE...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design and computer science and I'm wondering if ECPI or any...

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  • AMD vs INTEL….?

    Hi all, I`ve been a AMD fan as long as i know but i have a few questions for everyone! If INTEL`s chip specifies Pentium 4 3600(800FSB 1MB)LGA 775Pinn the we all know its 3.6GHZ! But Now WHY when we get to AMD specification of chipset : AMD Athlon64 ? 4000+ (PIB) 2.4GHZ, 939-Pin Processor (128 L1 +...

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  • CCNA Prospects

    Dear All, i'm working with wipro infotech as a technical representative since oct 2003, i have done CCNA, can you please tell me which kind of profile i can get and what should i do further so that i can become a network administrator of a big network(routers and switches). Warm regards

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  • adding additional devices

    This is the config. One 3Com baseline 2250 10/100/100, one 3Com Superstack 3 baseline 10/100/100, one 8 port Linksys hub 10mb, one 5 port D-Link switch 10/100. I have tried both the Linksys and the D-Link devices to attach two PC. One is XP the other is 98 OS. No matter which hub or switch is used...

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  • ECPI college…good or bad-2

    Good Evening: I've recently completed 8 years in the US Navy and I'm looking to complete my degree and I see a lot of talk about ECPI college. It's a technical college but it's a 2-year degree. I'm looking to get into computer network design, internet security and computer science and I'm wondering...

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  • transmission

    Why don't we transmit digital data over the telephone line directly?

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  • Synchronization of application servers

    hi all my company has about 30 application servers,so when i want to install something i have to do it on 30 servers which is very time consuming.due to this I Need a way to update all application servers using a single installation routine. can someone help please

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  • WiFi hotspot – proxy software

    Greetings, I am working on setting up a somewhat public WiFi hotspot and was hoping to get some input on software that will act as a proxy. What I am looking for is something that will "capture" a users http session and require them to click through an acknowledgement page saying that they...

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  • hoW TO CALCULATE bANDWIDTH UTILIZATION IN ROUTER

    HI ALL HOW TO CALCULATE BANDWIDTH UTILIZATION OF SERIAL PORTS IN ROUTER, NOT USING ANY NMS APPLICATION ,MANUALLY HOW TO CALCULATE . FOR eg: I HAVE 2 MBPS CONNECTION BETWEEN MY OFFICE TO ANTOHER OFFICE , SO I WANT TO CALCULATE BANDWITDH UTILIZATION ANY ONE CAN TELL ME

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  • Win 2000 Server as IP Router

    Hi, I'm trying to configure Windows 2000 Server (SP4) as an IP router. The box that 2000 Server is installed on has 3 network cards. I've setup two private networks that can talk to each other using the 2000 Server as a router. Network card 1 has the IP: 10.10.0.10 and a 255.0.0.0 mask. Network...

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  • Setup an sms to email gateway

    Required to setup an sms to email gateway so that customers can SMS the problem they face with Internet or other systems and it can be uploaded into the systems using an email.

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  • TCP Badchecksum transmits

    We've got a small network of 15 computer with one server over TCP/IP (WinXP Pro and W2003 Server). The physical network consists of one main switch with two switches and one hub connected to it. The problem we're having is that 5 computers on one of the switches suffers from performance degredation...

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  • NT/2000 account resources

    Hi. I have an NT server but Win2K workstations. I have a couple of individuals who cannot log onto their roaming profile on certain workstations. The particular workstations will log them on with a local profile to use the shared resources on the network. On other 2K workstations, they can access...

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  • NAT problem

    Hi All, I am running web application designed using SOAP. This application is linked to a database and serves data to the web using IIS. The application is using internal ip address 10.10.10.21. A router was configured to map all traffic from a specific external ip address say 198.168.1.3 to be...

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  • Add router between 2 switches or create vlan?

    Say you have Internet > router (DHCP/NAT) > switch1 > switch2 > computers (switch1 also has computers connected to it) What steps need to be taken to put a router between the 2 switches so the computers on each switch are on their own LAN and invisible to each other? Also, would...

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  • Home Network Configuration

    I need help with configuring my home network setup. I'm not sure if this is the right way to do this but please advise. Cable Modem -> VPN/Firewall Hardware -> 8 port switch 8 port switch -> 2000 Server, PC1, PC2, PC3, and Wireless AP PC1, PC2, and PC3 will join the 2000 Server Domain. Is...

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  • Remote Desktop conflicts with VPN

    I am connecting using Remote Desktop from my Laptop PC (Windows 2000 Pro Sp4) to a Server (Windows 2000 Server Sp4) in our DMZ over our Corporate Network. I am then using a Network & Dialup Connection on the Remote Server to connect over VPN to our Customer Sites. However, this is currently...

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