• Connect Linksys Router with Dell switch

    I am looking for a solution. I have a Linksys with ddwrt firmware. I also have a Dell powerconnect 3324 switch. I want to connect the CSU/DSU to the linksys so that I will have a firewall/dhcp/nat etc.. and then into the switch so that I can plug clients into it. Can anyone explain what I need? or...

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  • Setting up IP address for Windows Server 2003

    I have a router going to 2 switches that are daisy chained ( 48 & 24 port)and the a server running Windows 2003 coming from the switches. I have a static IP address from Time Warner. Do I setup the Static IP address only on the router? What IP address do i setup for the server? How do I setup...

    Tomtek207115 pointsBadges:
  • Physical and logical design of a wireless network design for hotel

    My hotel has 50 bed rooms with 20 offices. I want to have wireless network one first floor and 1 at recreation so would you please help me how to design it?

    bikila5 pointsBadges:
  • Help in setting up a school network

    Hello, I would need some advice to set up properly a network in our school. We already have a network set up, consisting of over almost 20 computers (both wired and wireless), a NAS, four office printers (two of which are only used for scanning). But it's not working too well, especially as regards...

    saveourlan5 pointsBadges:
  • Need help about patch panel

    I need some advice about patch panel. What is it? How does it really work? Do I need it, especially that the company is talking about upgrades? How to set it up We have a switch with a lot of ports and some ports are connected to the servers and the others are connected to a lower-port switch which...

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  • What to do about cabling long distances and signal strength fading?

    I made a connection using Cat 6 SYSTIMAX cable from the server switch to the next repeater, which is 85 meters - and then to the next point it is 50 meters and then 50, then 50. The problem is the signal strength is not that strong and its on and off. What do you advise me to do? Thank you.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Uploading data on Intranet by creating shared folder

    Hi, I am looking into networks of a small firm. Last week I successfully loaded intranet for my own company for its employees. Now I want people to upload files and folder via that intranet to some shared folders. I am totally clueless how and where to approach. Please help. I have uploaded my...

    Dhruv165 pointsBadges:
  • Network Topology in Different Terrain

    Hi, What types of network topology (e.g., ring, star, bus etc) would you recommend when designing WAN for the following types of terrain: (a) flat terrain (b) hilly terrain What is the reason for choosing such topology? Also what are the recommended WAN technologies to use (e.g. Point-to-Point...

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  • Connect LAN to WAN

    A company has 50 computers and 5 servers’ Dells with graphics design separated in three different floors VLAN has been used to separate 4 different departments, which WAN technology is the best to connect the company to the internet and stuff can connect to the company server from home. That is...

    Mahmood795 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting wireless PC to a wired network with internet

    How to connect a desktop PC to an internet connection 25 meters away from a laptop connected (wired) on a DSL (internet) modem?

    Iecep15 pointsBadges:
  • How to setup Windows 2003 server right way.

    I would like to know how to setup Windows 2003 server for a small office that does architectural design. I need to access their files from a simple share drive. Any thoughts on this?

    Shadow386535 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting more than one router together

    I am trying to connect two router boxes together so I can connect 8 computers to one line. I have two router boxes, one with 5 connections with one with 8 so I need to connect them together but just plugging in a cord between the two is not working. What am I doing wrong and how can I fix?

    Gclarkfl5 pointsBadges:
  • LAN Design of 120 computers

    I need solution on the best possible way to implement a simple design of a local area network of 120 computers.

    chiboy15 pointsBadges:
  • Data Center Standards

    We are establishing a new Data Center, is there any standard for Data Center? If so where can I get any sample documentation for establishing a new Data Center.

    Yasir Irfan5,550 pointsBadges:
  • DSL router and Print Server with 8 PCs and 3 printers / hardware question

    I have about 5 PC's at home for my wife and family (5 of us) and we all use the computers daily. Compaq, Dell, desktop and laptop. I have one Canon printer mp3000 color printer. We plan on buying two more new printer. We currently have Bellsouth/AT&T DSL service. I have a d-link four port...

    Mrlarsh5 pointsBadges:
  • How to setup wireless Internet access on 2 desktop PCs

    I have 2 desktop pc's in my home and I'm not sure what I need to get internet connection on both without running cables across the floor. I have DSL through my phone company and I think I need 2 wireless cards and a router but I don't know what kind or if that's even correct.

    Rochellebarth15 pointsBadges:
  • Designing a network

    A user recently asked this question via e-mail: I want to design a network, the specification is given below. Can you help me in this regard. Specification are 1) We have 7 site. 2) Each site have about 250 user and site one have 500 users 3) Exchange server, Mail server should be located at main...

    ITKE352,380 pointsBadges:
  • Pretty strange problem in my network

    Hi Everyone, I have a client who has 10 computers . He also have 10 ADSL connections for internet connectivity (all from single ISP). We want to setup the environment in the following way: we have 2 D-Link simple switches with 24 ports. What we wanted to do is to connect all ADSL modems to one...

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  • Follow Up to How Much Bandwidth

    We are a small organization (15+/- full time employees). We currently have a T-1 line, no VPN. Last week, we experienced 100% usage of our T-1 line - first time ever. I've explored every alternative including bonded T-1, ADSL, SDSL, Ethernet (10 Mbps up and down). The Ethernet solution would be...

    Blssoccer5 pointsBadges:
  • How organizations deal with network design for disaster recovery

    I am looking for some information about how organizations deal with network design for disaster recovery. Specifically, my issue is about DNS domains, and whether to have a single network with a redundant warm site in a single domain shared by production processing, requiring unique IP addresses...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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