• Two Internet Connections, One server

    OK, I'm very, very new to networking. Please be kind. I work for a small company. We have a server running Lotus Notes that is accessed both by people inside our LAN and about 50 employees that connect over the internet. Our internet connection is a simple DSL. We recently installed a hi-tech phone...

    JMackey20 pointsBadges:
  • Network Redeisgn

    Hi, I am serving as a system admin for an organization. We have ISA 2004 network, with Exchange 2003 Standard edition server, 2 Microsoft SQL server 2005 Standard edition for database projects, Windows 2003 domain controller in two sites A and B using active directory services. These two sites are...

    NetworkSanjay5 pointsBadges:
  • xp pro home network configuration

    I have two computers that I am attempting to share files and create a network between them. Computer A and B, I had set up the networking wizard on A and then went to B and set the networking wizard up there. I can see the workgroup computer on computer B and subsequent shared files. I cannot...

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  • How many servers i required to maintain 1500 concurrent users for my web portal ?

    How many servers i required to maintain 1500 concurrent users for my web portal ?

    Cuteharish5 pointsBadges:
  • two networks two internet conections only want too use one

    my problem is this i have my home network with a windows server 2003 runing DHCP, and providing the whole of my network with internet using two NIC cards, my next door neighbour wants too be able to access the files on my network the problem is he also has the internet and when he is conected to my...

    Wabit5 pointsBadges:
  • 3 sites, How to setup Active directory

    Hey guys, I am deploying a network for a business, here is the plan There are 3 sites A,B,C site A: 43 clients, all the servers are in a rack in the basement site B: 20 clients site C: 20 clients i want AD fcourse but i'm wondering if it is possible to use site A domain controller as PDC, and put a...

    Muckvv5 pointsBadges:
  • Need advise: Installing a new workgroup network w/ VoIP

    Hello. I'm installing a new workgroup network that has 25 users with ShoreTel VoIP setup. I'm looking these NETGEAR Products: NetGear GS748TP – 48 port managed switch w/ PoE NetGear FVS124G or FVX538 VPN/firewall NetGear WNDAP330 wireless access point w/ PoE NetGear RND4210 ReadyNAS Storage...

    Jbg00d20 pointsBadges:
  • setting up a patch pane

    hi, thanks for those who helped me about patch panel, thank you. i need to set it up. i need help in doing it, maybe i could get advice on how to handle it, what to do with it, connect it to where.? (those basic kind of stuff) i just dont want to fail or make a mistake in doing it because the...

    Aaa33320 pointsBadges:
  • how to reduce the effect of noise and collison in the network?

    how can a network with the use of certain devices and network cables be setup to reduce the effect of noise and reduce collison in the network?

    Melmel5 pointsBadges:
  • How to establish Wireless Networking in a Hotel

    Hello, I am new in Wireless Networking and i have to implement Wireless Internet in a hotel which has rooms on two floors. I understand that i have to put WAPs in different locations in hotel. But i want that laptop users not need to connect to WAP individualy as the move around. Once the laptop is...

    Shershah77205 pointsBadges:
  • networking

    Hi i want to connect one of my system with internet in my office and desire to connect all the other systems with internet without using a switch or hub considering one system as a server please guide me with your kind information. izat

    Khanbaba10 pointsBadges:
  • V-Lans VS Routers

    To control network traffic when is it better to use V-Lans and when is it better to use Routers? Is the choice dictated by cost or by networking requirements. If so what are the requirements that would merrit V-Lans over routers?

    NetBossUSA5 pointsBadges:
  • network topology choice

    which network topology works better for a peer to peer WAN?

    Phelpsie5 pointsBadges:
  • Number of routers needed

    How do you determine how many routers you will need for a wireless network?

    ITMSI5 pointsBadges:
  • How to Manage Network

    In our office we have 45 stations running in windows XP Professional Services Pack 2, and we have a Dialup conection for downloading file automaticaly from all shopes.and we have on internet adsl conection and one domain controller.here we are using two range of ip.192.16.201.10 and 10.0.0.10.? in...

    7864510 pointsBadges:
  • Network design and infrastructure for a small business with on-site and remote access workers

    My company occupies a small self-contained, single-story business unit (of which they are the sole occupants) which is part of a larger business park. They employ 24 staff comprising of a CEO, 5 administrators, 2 business development managers and 16 specialist consultants. The administrators and...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Need help designing a network for videoconferencing for a campus?

    What type of severs, routers, bridges, switches and cables are suitable for videoconferencing? Also, how do you design a network for videoconferencing for a campus? Please help me. Thank you.

    Networking Channel ATE30 pointsBadges:
  • Project management, network design for public hotspot

    I want to provide a public hot spot at my restaurant but I need to protect the computers that are on the wired LAN created by the WAP router. I need to protect the wired devices from unauthorized access but still provide authorized access for PC-Anywhere and video surveillance cameras. How can I do...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Network setup

    Our organization has been using a small office network and would like to expand it to cater for the increasing organization needs. We have therefore upgraded our Internet connection to a DSL with 15 IP addresses and purchased high end servers to manage a network of an estimated 150 computers. I was...

    Wanaug5 pointsBadges:
  • How to Setup an Enterprise Network on Windows Environment???

    I wanted to learn how to manage an Enterprise Network. Can I please get a Step by step instruction on how to setup an Enterprise Network on Windows considering Active Directories Sites and Services and DNS Sites and how to start and build this Enterprise Network so I can learn how to manage it?...

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