• BGP with 2 ISP with advertisement different LAN pool

    I have BGP with 2 ISP's. Now I want my own half live IP pools to be advertised from one ISP and other live IP POOL from second ISP. How do I do it with Cisco 2811? I have done normal setup for BGP and it's working , but all live IP POOL are announcing from only ONE ISP and the other ISP link is...

    noc12315 pointsBadges:
  • Voice and Data Network Setup

    I have two ISP's. One strictly for Voice data and the other is strictly for Data.  I have about 40 users with 40 7961G Cisco IP Phones.  I have one Cisco 48 port POE switch, and I have two Gateways (one for each ISP). How do I setup a network that will: 1. have all the voice traffic go over the...

    Arshad1605 pointsBadges:
  • ISP and network IPv6 compatible?

    How can I verify if my ISP and our network is IPv6 compatible?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Mail is not being received by some recipients sometimes and we receive no failure message

    Greetings, we have a single mail domain with two mail hosting providers and two ISPs. We set it up this way so that if an ISP or Mail provider has issues we can fail over to the other. We use a sonicwall for this function. Users have OE6 clients with two accounts configured with the same email...

    Iseriestek25 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Server IP Address

    Though DNS Server IP Address is configured, system says Invalid address- help

    LeoTex10 pointsBadges:
  • 2 Small Business Servers on one network using subnets

    I have a client that recently moved into a new office. He wants to setup a small business server.  Unfortunately the small office he rents from has a SBS running on their existing setup.  He's currently pulling Internet from them and that's all. He does not have his own ISP.  One option being to...

    Sfishermade30 pointsBadges:
  • Can the ethernet leased line be intercepted by 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?.

    Haneesh5 pointsBadges:
  • Restrict certain ISPs from seeing web page by HTML coding

    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.

    Wineagle35 pointsBadges:
  • Speed benifits of MPLS and reasons

    We have just finished migrating over to our parent companies domain. We are now on their exchange and are updating and moving domain data back and forth. We are upgrading to a 50/10mps cable line but are getting some pressure to spend about 12000 dollars per year for a MPLS line. What are the...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • Do most providers charge an extra fee to run dual-stack?

    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?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,080 pointsBadges:
  • Computer network subnetting

    I want to connect 125 computers in a network to the internet, I only have 4 public IP addresses. the computers are in the range of 172.16.1.1/16 through 172.16.1.125/16. What else do I need to allow these computers to access the internet?

    Melyndalea5 pointsBadges:
  • Actiontec ADSL and Internet providers

    Is the Actiontec GT724WGR modem/router compatabile with WOW internet service?

    Proballman5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting my server to the internet

    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 access the internet and my network?...

    Triciameza10 pointsBadges:
  • How can I load balance my router managed by two ISPs?

    I have two ISP (Internet Service Providers). How can I balance the load between them (or load balance them) using the router and take their output and send it through one Ethernet port, out to my network? It must be set up  this way because I have only one firewall (which has only one Ethernet...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Managing Bandwidth

    Dear Sir , We are running an ISP . We want manage our bandwidth by meeting customer requirements by providing differect ratio of bandwidth for uplink and downlink. So please provided us the efficient  softwares which are avalible. We want to manage the bandwindth and also want to provided the real...

    Ksr1234320 pointsBadges:
  • About my WLAN phone

    Hi am new, I have a little problem,i use nokia E71 which has a WLAN, I want to connect the phone to my company's LAN and I don't know how to go about it.

    IFEANYI175 pointsBadges:
  • WAN connections thru 1 ISP.

    Hi, I have newly joined an AUTOMOBILE company as an IT supervisor. We have about 10 branches connected with each other thru different WAN connections (Leased line,MPLS,VPN over DSL,..etc) and with different service providers. Our ERP system is based in Head Office and the DMS (Dealer management...

    Nmas5 pointsBadges:
  • NAT issue with load balancing between two ISPs

    Hello everybody! This is my first question, I am brand new in this so please excuse me if I do not write properly or straight to the point. I will try my best. These are the devices related to my question: - cisco2811 (completely access) - DSL modem - cisco2900 series I have access to all except...

    Okrus5 pointsBadges:
  • Delivery Failure error 553

    We have recently switched to a new ISP and a new firewall. I am not able to send emails to one person. This is the error message, I am getting "Error transferring to cluster9.us.messagelabs.COM; SMTP Protocol Returned a Permanent Error 553 http://www.mail-abuse.com/enduserinfo.html" How can I...

    Cil15 pointsBadges:
  • Bandwidth and Connection Speed

    I have a question regarding bandwidth and connection speed. I know that bandwidth is provided by the ISP Service but I wanted to know that the does the wireless or wired NIC card in our computer uses the bandwidth provided by ISP to connect to the basestation(Router) or the connection speed between...

    Fahad135 pointsBadges:

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