Can a web page be coded so that someone using a specific ISP cannot access the page? For example if the person uses comcast or msn, can code be added so those users can’t see a website? Thanks.
Answer Question | May 22, 2011 8:39 PM
HTML, HTML editor, Internet service providers, ISP
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
I have a server with a static IP assigned by my ISP. I want to add another computer so I installed a netgear router and configured it with the static IP address etc. that the ISP gave me. When I did that the original server would not connect to the internet, but the new PC [...]
Answer Question | February 14, 2011 9:13 AM
Internet service providers, Netgear router, Router Troubleshooting, Static IP, Static IP address, TCP/IP
Our ISP has crippled out SMC residential gateway to block the port forwarding and parental controls. We can not even get to the web interface. I assume it has been flashed with a different firmware. How can I get around this and do port forwarding?
Answer Question | October 14, 2010 5:33 PM
Firmware, Internet service providers, Port forwarding, SMC, Windows
I have server 2003 and I want to add clients to it to access the internet. The problem seems to be that my isp is a dhcp and won’t allow me to run a dhcp server what happens is that none of my machines can access the internet is there anyway for my systems to [...]
Answer Question | October 1, 2010 11:37 PM
DHCP, DHCP server, Internet service providers, ISP, Windows Server 2003
I’m talking to my current ISP about IPv6 migration, and I’d like to know whether service providers typically charge you to run dual-stack or not. Should I expect Internet service providers to charge extra for any other IPv6 migration costs?
Answer Question | February 17, 2011 9:51 PM
Internet service providers, IPv6, ISP, ISPs, Migration, service provider, service provider issues, Service providers, WAN
I’m new to administrating Exchange. I took over from another guy and recently discovered that the Exchange server had a fully open relay. Unfortunately, I discovered it when spam started getting sent through the mail server. I closed the relay, but we now have reason to believe that the old IT guy was the source [...]
Answer Question | June 26, 2010 7:09 PM
Email Server, Exchange 2003 SP2, Internet service providers, SMTP, Windows 2003 Small Business Server
Dear All , I am running a small ISP in rural area . I am giving packages for 30 days to users . So is there any free software to Create Username and password and 30 days limit .Also Can i change the bandwidth as per the packge . So pls tell me the free [...]
Answer Question | April 16, 2010 5:47 AM
Internet service providers, OpenSoruce Software, Password policies
We are an ISP . So suggest me to use the software to generate the usage graphs for customers . And also second thing is i want to use the bandwidth by providing different ratios to customers like 1:1 , 1:2 .. 1:10 as per the customer demand Thanks ksr1234
Answer Question | January 24, 2010 8:05 AM
Internet service providers, ISP, Usage analysis, Usage reports
We would like to use a Primary Rate Interface (PRI) for our video conferences however our current service provider states that they cannot provide the 64kbps speed per channel for video. Is this common or should any provider be able to provide the 64kbps functionality?
Answer Question | April 30, 2009 7:11 PM
Internet service providers, Networking, PRI, Primary Rate Interface, Video conferencing services
I have a WatchGuard Firewall X15 and use connectivity for our offices. We have taken two 512 kbps Internet connections, because of a price issue from our ISP. We are only using one now. I would like to add another connection to my firewall. But this connection I want use for only HTTP traffic. Why? [...]
Answer Question | March 24, 2009 9:09 PM
Dedicated lines, ERP, Firewalls, HTTP Traffic, Internet service providers, ISP connection, Networking, Oracle E-Business Suite, WatchGuard
We are running Exchange 2003 with SBS2003. Is it required to have seperate ISP accounts for each email address you have recieving external email? every staff member I have requeires external email communications, and from what I have been taught about Exchange you should be able to set it up so people email in to [...]
Answer Question | May 29, 2008 10:47 PM
Exchange, Exchange 2003, Internet service providers, Outlook, SBS, SBS 2003
My company occupies a small self-contained, single-story business unit (of which they are the sole occupants) which is part of a larger business park. They employ 24 staff comprising of a CEO, 5 administrators, 2 business development managers and 16 specialist consultants. The administrators and business development managers use PCs but the CEO and consultants [...]
Answer Question | April 25, 2008 9:00 PM
Database, Digital Private Circuit, Internet service providers, ISPs, Network design, Network infrastructure, Project management, Remote access, Servers, Small business (smb) technology projects, Small businesses, SMB, Storage