• New Network Card Unable to take static IP assigned to previous faulty Card

    I have a server that had static IP configured, what happened is that the Network Card got faulty and had to be replaced. so I bought a new network card and replaced the faulty one, now when I try and configure the IP address on the new card I get an error message saying that the IP address has been...

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  • Is an IP address similar to mine an intruder

    My antivirus program tells me that a certain IP address is logging on to my network. the IP address (actually there are 2)is one digit off from mine. My address is 192.168.1.1 and the "intruder" is 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.4 What does this mean? If IP addresses are this close does it mean they are...

    Kmusgrat5 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Printer IP Address listing

    Hi, Can someone give me an idea as to printing a list of printers and their IP addresses? We have many printers and two Iseries 525's so I need to match the printers and IP's for failover procedures. Thanks in advance!!

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  • What prefix is used to form a link-local IPv6 address?

    Could you please explain this to me as I couldn't understand it after so many discussions: What prefix is used to form a link-local IPv6 address? And what would the link-local address for a host with an Ethernet interface with a MAC address of 00:E0:00:97:E7:B8 be?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How to create subnets

    creating a subnets

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  • Multiple email address, 1 iphone = multiple ip addresses?

    If a person creates both yahoo and gmail email accounts and sends messages from an iphone, will the ip addresses match? I'm sure they are from the same person! Moderator Note: This is a revised repost. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strings...

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  • Multiple public IP’s from 1 internet connection on different networks?

    Is this a possible scenario? A cable modem is hooked up via ethernet to a Linksys 5-port switch. That switch is then hooked to a Cisco SOHO router (not managed by me) and my Linksys router. I cannot get my public IP to work on my router but the Cisco routers public ip comes up fine. I have all of...

    GatekeeperJB45 pointsBadges:
  • Is 192.168.35.165 the same as 192.168.035.165?

    ip address 192.168.35.165 is same as ip address 192.168.035.165? if not why?

    Npsnet5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS issue within the local network

    Dear members of this site, I am presently doing CCNA and took some exams of MCSE 2003 track. I have a very important question to ask, it is actually regarding a DNS issue within the local network. If there are 2 Computers (ComputerA and Computer B) both are connected to a switch making a local...

    Fahad135 pointsBadges:
  • Why do these SMTP connectors bleed into each other so much?!

    I have a server with three virtual servers and five SMTP connectors. The virtual servers have their own IPS, and the connectors are theoretically one-way connects out of the DMZ SMTP gateway these are all on. It seems IMPOSSIBLE to isolate these things. Even when you send to an IP address, and if...

    Nevermore92955 pointsBadges:
  • Is there any relation between the MAC address and IP address of a host?

    Is there any relation between the MAC address and IP address of a host?

    Sutharashish5 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Networks

    Hi, I'm a bit new to networking... I'd like to ask for for from you guys out there... I want to set up 3 networks for our school - 2 in the computer lab and 1 in the office... However, I'd like that to assign 192.168.1.x to Lab1, 192.168.2.x to Lab2 and 192.168.3.x to the office for easy management...

    SirJhun5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring the DHCP server behind the router for 3 networks

    Network 1 (192.168.50.0/24)---"Router"---"Switch or bridge"---"DHCP Server" Network 2 (172.16.0.0/24)______|| Network 3 (10.0.0.0/24)_________| how should i config DHCP server so every client's IP in all 3 networks can be assign by DHCP?

    Yugioh885 pointsBadges:
  • Router configured one hop from PC with default gateway as IP address

    What would happen and what would be the flow if I configured a PC with the default gateway as an IP address of the router that is one hop away -- that means, I have one more router in between?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Where did the email really come from?

    I receive emails (hotmail.com) from someone in Bucharest. Romania. When I use an IP Locator and and insert the Original IP address it comes back as being sent from Alicante, Spain some 1500 miles and 2 time zones from where the person "says" they are (in Bucharest). The ISP come up as "Telfonica de...

    JEB15 pointsBadges:
  • Rerouting traffic requests based on destination IP range

    Hi there Here is my situation: I have got a DSL connection with public ip addresses at my office. I have a client with a DSL connection with dynamic ip address, at his office. The DSL connection at my office can access any internet sites. The DSL connection at my client can only access sites local...

    PsiTorn5 pointsBadges:
  • IP Managment

    In a mobile NW hooking/ Dehoking is very prevelent. What is the latest technologies used to handle this problem other than dynamic IP addressing scheme?

    Bhatnagar35 pointsBadges:
  • iSCSI SAN how many IP Addresses are needed?

    We are planning to implement an iSCSI SAN. There are 4 controllers, each with 2 iSCSI ports. How many IP addresses are needed for the ISCSI SAN

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrade existing network for wired and wireless Internet access

    i have an existing network with 1 server and 10 workstation. the server ip address is 173.201.5.1 with subnetmask 255.255.0.0 and 10 workstation with the ip address ranging from 173.201.5.2 to 173.201.5.11 with subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 i want to upgrade my existing network with out changing its...

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  • Connecting to a Real VNC server accross the internet

    Hi, I have VNC server installed on a machine in my network, and I would like to access it across the internet from a seperate LAN. I have look all over the internet for a simple guide of how to do this. Each explanation states put the IP address of the server in, ensuring the correct ports are open...

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