• 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...

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  • How to interact with other user on LAN

    i have a broadband hub type modem with two connections...then how to control second system..

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  • Weird sharing problem in LAN after upgrading switch

    Hi, first sorry for my bad English. Recently my company did a network upgrading (changing several units of old unmanaged 100mbps switch to a new managed 1gbps one, and do a correct new backbone cabling to avoid looping coz old cabling is a total mess). Everything went fine for a while. Then...

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  • Trouble shooting of WAN/LAN circuits

    I am working on a WAN/LAN circuit that includes core router, core switch, distribution switches, VLAN and access switches and hosts. What are the steps or commands I have to use to shut down or unshut a port on the access switch after telneting and accessing the core router or switch?

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  • Firewall rules

    Good Day! Currently, this is a simple LAN network with firewall diagram in my company. Please kindly refer to http://hgym.photosite.com/firewall/LANfirewall.html for the mentioned diagram. I wish to set an IP on the network interface of the FTP/Web/Mail Server. Any suggestion? Meanwhile, I would...

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  • 8 port fast ethernet switch

    Can I use it to set up a small LAN Can I use it as a hub in a star network.

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  • NIC cards not working

    I have a server with two NIC cards The problem I have is that the one for the LAN shows Limited or no Connectivity. I have changed the cable, the switch and I even put an external USB card to connect an external NIC, with the same result. Any suggestions

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  • How to configure a small office network with Windows Server 2008

    i am vista user, my office have 6staff ( maximum are using XP sp2 os) and i would like to get information about the set up of server 2008. i have server and it is not configured for log in to it, i have connect server into network. yes they can connect server as usual they connect in LAN to other...

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  • Windows XP PC access problem in LAN

    I have 20 PC in Lan with Win XP.Some PC not Accessable from Network.Already share some folder with access permission on everyone.when i go to Run->\\192.168.X.XX so,access denied error shown. pls give me help regarding this.

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  • Wired or wireless?

    If I was going to connect 8 desktops and 6 laptops to a server what would I need, how would I do it and should I make it wired or wirless? Also how would I connect printers so everyone on the top floor had access to 3 and everyone on the bottom floor had access to the other 3?

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  • Permissions suddenly denied in Excahnge Outlook running Vista OS.

    I have a LAN with a single domain where 25 compters are on the domain via the LAN. All computers are running Win XP Pro except one. The one not running Win XP Pro is running Vista Business. All of a sudden the user of this Vista (Dell Insperion laptop) is denied from making changes to folders,...

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  • Can I use only in side LAN card of proxy server if I am using a firewall for NAT

    Can I use only in side LAN card of proxy server if I am using a firewall for NAT

    Intrnetworking30 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:
  • Location of Management LAN port

    Which is better, a serial port on the front or back of a server/switch device for initial configuration and when the device is not working.

    Aprakash10 pointsBadges:
  • How much technical knowledge is needed to manage my LAN/WAN team?

    I am currently a Service Desk manager. I may be taking on a new role (which I asked for) as IT Manager that is not only in charge of the Service Desk but also the LAN/WAN. As a manager, how much technical knowledge is needed to manage the LAN/WAN portion of the team? Can I get by for a while...

    NetworkingATE1,545 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...

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  • Ping of Death

    Hi, I have a remote office connected over a T1 line to the main office with Cisco routers. The problem is that I get tons of logs in our main firewall that connects to the outside world saying "Ping of Death Blocked" The source of the attack is always an IP address(not always the same) from the...

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  • In my Exchange Server 2007 environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains. . .

    In my 2007 Exchange environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains from the exchange server via a Lan-to-Lan VPN to their private IP address but the exchange server always resolves to their public IP. How can I get the server to...

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  • Limited or no connectivity error message

    hi,i have a user who used wireless and lan cable in office . when she unpluged the lan cable , it will auto detect the wireless. But when she plug in the lan cable again the above error message appear for the lan connection. User has to disconnect the wireless manually everytime and click on repair...

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  • Problem with file share over LAN, getting No Route To Host

    Hi I have a small LAN set up at home, using a ZyXEL P660HW to connect my XP (SP2) home PC and my partners Asus EEE PC (running the standard Linux Xandros OS, petty much untouched) to each other and the Internet. I've shared a folder and the printer on my PC, and a folder on the Asus. Both allow...

    LauraNash5 pointsBadges:

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