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  • How do i find the IP range?

    How do i find the IP range for 172.16.4.0/30?

    Ameera20 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find the IP range?

    How do I find the IP range for this: 10.14.6.1/30

    Sanju1115 pointsBadges:
  • IP range

    How do I know my IP range?

    mehrdad02610 pointsBadges:
  • Can two switches, having VLAN defined in each, communicate without the help of Layer-3 device?

    If in a single L2 Switch, IPs of the same range can communicate - then what's the need of creating a VLAN for different IP range? Can two switches (having VLAN defined in each) communicate without the help of Layer-3 device? Thank you.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • What subnet mask should I use on my IP range?

    What subnet mask should I use on my IP range if I only need 100 IP addresses? Is 255.255.255.0 still ok?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Sites and Services- Subnet Setup

    Sites and Services- Subnet Setup I am currently setting a new site and would like to clarify the subnet setup. When setting up the subnet I have to enter an IP, subnet and select the new site I created. The IP range which I want to associate with this subnet is 192.25.48.0 to 192.25.56.0 and subnet...

    ITKE54,905 pointsBadges:
  • A particular IP range Cannot access internet through ISA 2006

    In my organization, we have two ISA servers configured to work in an array. They were configured to allow Internet access from 172.x.x.x series. We had the requirement to allow the Internet from 192.168.x.x series as well. I modified the rule to allow for the same. But in case of 192.168.x.x series...

    Shubham875 pointsBadges:
  • How to create two IP ranges to connect to one server

    I need to configure a new switch with a different IP range (172.16.32.x) to access the current server (172.16.0.x)

    Veldleeu15 pointsBadges:
  • Bridging or bonding ethernet & firewalls from separate carriers

    We have two 10 MBit internet connections. They are both Ethernet handoffs and enter two different sonicwall firewalls. Is there a way to bridge or bond these two separate lines? They are from two separate carriers and have separate IP ranges.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Block IP ranges from connecting to Exchange servers smtp 2005

    Running Exchange 2005 is there a way to block specific IP ranges from our smtp server? Spammers keep trying to send spam and brute force passwords locking users out.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What’s my IP range?

    I am needing to find my IP range and find an avail IP within that range. IP addy - 192.168.1.104 Subnet Mask - 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway- 192.168.1.1

    Techrecruit15 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN setup and configuration

    We have 2 switches with different ip range say 10.1.10.0 and 10.1.15.0.I want to connect both the switches with same vlan say vlan 4 so that they can communicate.switch 1 should be valn 2 and vlan 4 but switch 2 should be vlan 4.

    Philip315 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:
  • Why do some PCs on our network get an IP address automatically assigned and others don’t?

    When we connect a network cable to some PCs, it doesn't automatically assign an IP address and we need to manually assign an IP address. What is the benefit if the IP address takes automatically or not when we connect a network cable? Why do you think this is happening to only some of the PCs?...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How to calculate my Network IP addresses and my Subnets

    DEAR SIT I HAVE PROBLEM TO CALCULATE MY NETWORK IP ADDRESS AND SUBNETS PLEASE HELP ME TO UNDERSTAND EASY WAY OF MY NETWORK IP ADDRESSES AND SUBNETS THANK YOU

    Haiderkhoso5 pointsBadges:
  • Static IP in scope

    does it matter if a static LAN ip is included in a routers DHCP scope? lets say routers scope is 50-100 and my static LAN ip is in that range?

    Unclebunkiefromhell5 pointsBadges:
  • New DHCP Range

    I would like to change my IP Range scope in DHCP but would like to know how to get workstations to obtain their new IP addresses without rebooting their computers and/or doing a release and renew. Is there a way to do that?

    1supergirl5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN/LAN connectivity

    Hello,We have a LAN of 100 machines with Win 2003 server. DHCP is enabled for this network.There is a separate machine connected to a VPN.IP address range for LAN and VPN machine is quiet different. We need to connect the VPN machine on LAN. How can that be done? What should be the set up for IP...

    Rps5 pointsBadges:
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