Is it possible to have two VPN connections to the same machine simultaneously with two network cards — each NIC pointing to the different connections?
Answer Question | October 13, 2010 7:09 PM
Network cards, Network connectivity, Network hardware, Networking, NIC, Virtual Private Network, VPN, VPN design, WAN
Is it possible to have 2 VPN with 2 Network Cards on 1 computer and have them both dial out at the same time? – I have a Cisco and a Sonic VPN that both need to connect to 2 different companies at the same time – can I configure them to point to different [...]
Answer Question | February 24, 2011 7:12 PM
Cisco VPN, Linksys Routers, Network cards, Routers, VPN issue, Windows XP, Windows XP administration
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 [...]
Answer Question | April 30, 2009 2:21 PM
DHCP, IP address, IP addressing, Network Card, Network cards
What is the difference between the serial interface of 2500 series Cisco routers and the serial interface of WAN cards (WIC-1t)? If there is no difference then is there any data-rate difference between the above two serial interfaces?
Answer Question | February 5, 2009 10:24 PM
Cisco, Cisco Routers, Interface cards, Network cards, Network devices, Network equipment, Networking, Routers, Serial ports, WAN hardware
Hey, any MAC people out there? I have a client who has an ancient MAC G3 running OS 8.5. I have limited experience with Apple hardware, and have handled the diagnostic over the phone so far. From what I am able to determine the Ethernet port on the computer has died (Cables work on another [...]
Answer Question | September 23, 2008 5:30 AM
Mac, Mac G3, Mac hardware, Network cards