• QSYSOPR message q

    I have a test sytem wiht a different I/P address from production. I am receiving messages from the test system in my production system. How can that be?

    Bush4110 pointsBadges:
  • Major differences in IPv4 and IPv6

    What are the major differences in supporting IPv6 over IPv4? What will we have to do to make our servers/networks compatible?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • ISP IP versus Anonymous IP

    For example if I am a Wireless Internet Service Provider and I have own IP for my subscribers. If a subscriber connect first using the wireless dongle (Ex. Huawei or ZTE) and my server open the port and connect it using our standard IP address. The subscriber now opens a Tunneling software like...

    Possiblesolution15 pointsBadges:
  • allow external visitor to get to Internet

    I have an outside vendor coming in who needs to connect to our network via Cat5 and access the Internet. His IP address scheme is 100% different than ours. What can I do short of changing him to have one of our IP addresses to allow him to get to the Internet? I have full access to our router, if...

    Koohiisan5,020 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking specific IP address from accessing Exchange 2003?

    How can I block a specific mail servers ip address from connecting to my Exchange 2003 server? I do not want any interaction with this rogue IP address.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Wanna see IP or device name in OS/400?

    How can I see the device name or IP address of a person who disabled user profile by hitting wrong passwords in OS400 environment?

    Mkashifsiddiqui10 pointsBadges:
  • Server backup over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve

    Can backup a server over the internet via IP using CA Arcserve backup 12? How do I add it? I can only get to internal clients.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking access to internal file server based on IP address

    Can we block users based on IP address from accessing our internal file server containing confidential material. Windows Server 2003 R2 standalone.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4 addressing for a new network lab

    i work as a network assistant for a research lab in a large company. The research lab includes six computers for which central computing services have located the address space 172.16.1.0/29.i know plan to add 10 new computers to the research network.company policy states that each network is...

    Oluwethu20 pointsBadges:
  • Pass IP address through Cisco Aironet 1200

    Hi! I want to configure a Cisco Aironet 1200 Series Access Point to pass an IP address to a client computer, and not beeing very successful at it. How can I configure the AP to use my DHCP server to provide an IP address to the client computer? Any CLI step-by-step guide configuration to the AP...

    Paedrus30 pointsBadges:
  • How does IP phone contact DHCP

    hi all in callmanager express we configure callmanager as a dhcp.now my question is do we need to put iip address in ip helper-address command of callmanager express i.e default route or what. regards sandeep

    Sandyrana5 pointsBadges:
  • Client/Server Network

    Hi, Please help me, at my office we have a network of 5pcs being managed by HP Proliant G6 Server.I dont understand whats going on becouse two workstations sometimes get respond from a server somtimes do not. when i ping the ip address says network path not found! what cn i do?i cant print or...

    Esk145 pointsBadges:
  • Error connecting to the server after changing the ip address of the server

    Hi. We have to change the ip address of all the mail servers in our environment. I tried to do this on testing server and found out that the server whose ip i had changed is working fine but the other server which was in cluster with this server is unable to connect to this server. I have changed...

    Mohit04125 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2000′s IP address

    From a DOS prompt how can I find out what my Windows Server 2000's  IP address is and how can I verify network connectivity?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking RDP connections to Windows server 2003

    Can I block RDP connections to Windows Server 2003 depending on IP address?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking access to our website based on IP address

    How can we block access to our website based on IP address? It is hosted on IIS on a Windows Server 2003 R2 standard.

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t start exchange 2003 after change dns server add on windows server 2003?

    After move to exchange 2003 native mode we change add for dns server in server 2003 with the saame ip as server(before dns server ws add from the server in mix mode).When we change the add we can't start exchange server

    Viki20 pointsBadges:
  • similar IP address

    I want to know if an email sent from the following IP address, could have been sent from the system as any of other 4 emails, having similar IP addresses. If yes, pls help in estimating which one is closest. IP in query: 122.164.28.180 other IPs: 122.164.27.136 122.164.25.198 122.164.168.171...

    Prajj515 pointsBadges:
  • ODBC connection and IP address

    Is there a way to get the IP address of a client/server job attached to QZDASOINIT?  I can see message CPIAD02 in the QZDASOINIT job log which lists the user and IP address and I need to get this information into a CL program which runs each time the user connects to the QZDASOINIT process. ...

    BISHT321245 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum network protection with public Internet access

    What is the best way to give public access to the internet yet protecting my company network?  We have a Cisco ASA 5510 firewall and wireless access points.

    Rpc5 pointsBadges:

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