Can Anyone help me that why i can not ping default gateway address 22.214.171.124 I am kind of frustrate that it looks everything OK to me but since last one week day and night i am trying to figure out that why it can not ping ISP and neither can open webpage (DNS are entered [...]
Answer Question | May 22, 2009 9:55 PM
Default gateway, ISP, Network connectivity, Ping
can i configure a two isp on two different routers as failover with the same ip pool without using a bgp/apinic
Answer Question | April 15, 2009 12:32 PM
ISP, Multiple ISPs, Network design, Network Topology
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 the NIC Cards [...]
Answer Question | July 22, 2009 7:07 PM
Bandwidth, ISP, Network speed, NIC, Routers
Is the Actiontec GT724WGR modem/router compatabile with WOW internet service?
Answer Question | January 10, 2011 11:30 PM
ActionTec GT724WGR, ADSL modems, ISP, Modem/Internet compatability, WOW Internet
We have three virtual local area networks (VLANs) as follows: 1 data, 2 voice and 3 wireless. We have 6506e at the core, and interVLAN routing is working fine. The problem is implementing FortiGate firewall in transparent mode and terminating the ISP on the router with Ethernet output. I am not able to route VLANs [...]
Answer Question | February 26, 2009 11:28 PM
Firewalls, FortiGate, Internet protocol, InterVLAN Routing, ISP, Network Address Translation, Network hardware, Network security, Network security appliances, Networking, Routers, Routing and switching, Virtual LAN
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 Espana” [...]
Answer Question | February 9, 2009 7:21 PM
Email, Email origination, Email security, Email tracking, IP address, ISP, SMTP header analysis
A message was sent to my employeree via internet. But the person did not sign in to an email can I track them by isp? Will there be an ISP posted on the note if not signed in to email. It was just a note that was sent to employee can I track this person [...]
Answer Question | December 17, 2008 8:47 PM
ISP, Message Tracing, Message tracking
When switching from DSL to Cable Internet… when you have a router w/VPN & Firewall and a static IP – how do you switch the service? Obviously just plugging the new service provider in won’t work. I know you need the log in and password to the router but after that?
Answer Question | December 16, 2008 7:45 PM
Cable ISP, Firewalls, ISP, Router configuration, Routers, Static IP address, VPN, VPN configuration
with in 2-3min the system is hanging. i did low level format and tried to connect but the problem is same. i changed the ram…operating system(almost everything).MY ISP is a MNC(they are saying that we use high end routers and firewalls to protect from virus, we are giving assurence that there is no virus from [...]
Answer Question | December 8, 2008 2:56 PM
ISP, Network performance, System performance
We got a SBS2003 installed and it comes with its own exchange. We have set it up for internal emails and for external emails, we’ve a smart host at our ISP. So whenever someone email to someone inside office, it goes to exchange, exchange recognized it as internal email and does not send it out [...]
Answer Question | October 16, 2008 2:51 PM
BlackBerry, Exchange 2003, External Email Issue, ISP, POP3, SBS, SBS 2003, VPN
How do emails work? For example, let’s assume that you are sending an email from your ISP account to my email address at GFI. What route does the email take from your machine to reach me? Which are the protocols involved? What protocols do you use often? Please mention the port numbers used.
Answer Question | September 9, 2008 7:03 PM
Email, GFI, ISP, SMTP
I have an email Microsoft exchange mail server running on our LAN, it takes emails form various ISPs and sends then to outlook users on the LAN via juniper firewall, i have a mac pc and i want to configure mac Mail with exchange server, i was able to get mails but fail to send [...]
Answer Question | September 5, 2008 6:29 PM
Firewalls, ISP, Juniper, Juniper firewall, LAN, Mac Mail, Mail server, Mail servers
If I setup a server and create a Gateway does that mean I can ditch my ISP??? If so, how do I hookup to the internet?
Answer Question | August 25, 2008 6:10 PM
Names of SAS 70 Compliant ISPs
Answer Question | September 26, 2008 11:47 AM
ISP, SAS 70
When I install IE 7 On my Xp SP 2 machine. Initially it works fine, but when I power down, the next time I power up it does not connect me to my ISP. When go through tools to internet options the home page has been changed to a Microsoft Web page
Answer Question | August 18, 2008 2:28 PM
IE7, Internet Explorer, ISP, Windows XP
How do I identify the ISP for a given website/domain name?
Answer Question | July 28, 2008 6:33 PM
I am trying to determine the increased cost when bringing in outside customers that will be landing their images within my servers that sit behind our networks. . If my remote site is pushing about 250Gb of traffic per day what would be the increased traffic on a gigabit circuit that is billed using a [...]
Answer Question | July 23, 2008 4:52 PM
gigabit, ISP, WAN
We have an internet connection from 2 different ISP, I want to use the same PIX 525 firewall 7.0(6) . My firewall has 2 Ethernet interface & 2 Giga Ethernet interfaces. I am using ethernet 0 for outside connection with ISP A ethernet 1 for outside2 connection with ISP B Giga Ethernet 0 for DMZ [...]
Answer Question | July 23, 2008 6:02 AM
Ethernet, Firewalls, ISA Server, ISP, NAT, Network architecture, Network connectivity, PIX 525, Routers, Routing
How do I identify the ISP for a given website/domain name?
Answer Question | July 13, 2009 6:20 PM
Ive built a windows 2003 sbs server with Exchange 2003 that comes with the sbs software, I got the Isp to setup the mx and wwroot, My question is I can send mail out but I can not receive e-mails, the server is in our enviroment, Our ISP is only doing the hostinf for us?
Answer Question | August 6, 2008 1:17 PM
Exchange 2003, ISP, SBS 2003, Windows Server 2003, Windows Small Business Server 2003