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    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...

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    Hello, I just want to know what is a hub and spoke network and where it is implemented generally with some examples?

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    i want do design a network as my end of year project, which methodology can i use

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  • What is topology?

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  • How do we create a network of 100 Computers in one building from scratch?

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  • Networking logical topology

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  • Computer network subnetting

    I want to connect 125 computers in a network to the internet, I only have 4 public IP addresses. the computers are in the range of 172.16.1.1/16 through 172.16.1.125/16. What else do I need to allow these computers to access the internet?

    Melyndalea5 pointsBadges:
  • WAN logical topology help

    what is the best logical topology for a WAN for a business with 4 branches (1 main and 3 remote sites). Each branches holds 70 computers. please help.

    Ifurnotheone15 pointsBadges:
  • connecting D-link wireless router with cisco 2500 router and 1900 switches network

    Hi, I want to connect a wireless network through D-link wireless router, currently using 1900 cisco switches and 2500 series router. Is this possible, plz advise. Thx!

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  • network design for 3 different companies in one building

    Hi, I have a task to make a proposal on designing a network for 3 different companies sharing the same building floor with seprate file and print server. The network will be on base of 1Gb/s Ethernet and Wi-Fi. What is the best solution for bring those companies into one network share and keep...

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  • Network physical and data link layout

    How to design the Physical Layout and Data Link Layout for the data transfer from PC to PC througt RF tranceiver?

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  • Routing Between Two Networks

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  • networking share printer

    how could a printer be shared through router connection with several computers. series connection.

  • Network topology: Linking 2 Offices

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  • Combining Networks with Same IP Scheme, VLAN,

    Hi, We are combining an couple offices next week & i need some advice. The networks already have VLANs set up. we have a Cisco 3550 Layer 3 switch set up to route traffic. The servers are on this site also. The network IP's are 10.1.1.x, 10.1.4.x & 10.1.5.x. Servers reside on all of those networks....

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  • How would I set up a local area network

    How would I set up a local area network with a firewall for a Windows network for a medium sized company. I may have 100 users and 10 applications used by at least 80 employees. What topology?

    Lojack10 pointsBadges:
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    Can this be done linking 4 printers, 4 desk tops, 2 printers and a lap top i one network into 1 internet connection?

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