• Which academic program would help me out more with Networking?

    I am interested in completing certification as a CCNA after/while finishing up a two year degree to help my prospects. Both degrees are offered at local technical colleges (not commercial) that are certified by Cisco as a training partner in their program. I have looked through both course...

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  • DX2390 and Networking

    We have just bought Hp DX2390's in our organisation and it seems they are susceptible to losing network drivers. Every other day they lose drivers for ethernet drivers which only require re-installation every time. Due to the advent of driver genius it has become so much easier and (time-consuming)...

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  • Recommendation: system process using a mapped drive

    My Setup: Server A: Win2k / Access2000 Server B: Win2k3 / Access2007 I have a syncing application that will look for changes on my ServerB database, and replicate those changes to the ServerA DB. This application is based around a mapped drive. What I am trying to secure is a method that will work...

    DaveLockard50 pointsBadges:
  • Networking with two cable modems

    Hello everyone, please read and give me your comments: I have a LAN at home with two wired PC's, one wireless PC and one wireless Laptop all sharing the iinternet from a cable modem through a wireless router. I need the best speed I can get on of the wired PC's (I will call it PC1), Will I get any...

    NimBiotics50 pointsBadges:
  • site-to-site problems.

    I've recently had a need to connect 2 networks, but both networks have the exact same IP scheme. We need one computer one on one side to connect to the server at the remote site, but that server has the same IP as the data base server from the computer's side. How will I be able to connect a...

    Madpawn220 pointsBadges:
  • Can you be annonymous on a guest VLAN?

    We have a network with multiple Vlans seperating departments etc. We have a guest Vlan for people to use that need access to the internet. We need to find a way of stopping the guest users from being able to 'see' each other within the guest Vlan. I can only think of seperating each user into their...

    Lukesacramento30 pointsBadges:
  • Need advice on a career in IT?

    I will be going to depaul university this fall 2009 to pursue a degree in IT, majoring in Network security/telecommunications. as a student what advice can i get from you IT professionals to really excel in this field. should i get some certifications like A+, Net+, security+, mCSE, CCNA before i...

    Faz41110 pointsBadges:
  • How do I get started in the IT Job market

    I have Network+ and MCP, But I do not have enough experience. I am interested in networking (computer of IP). Anyone knows how I can get started. Thanks

    Oney10 pointsBadges:
  • Network Access Permission

    Network access problem description: • My network is a hybrid wired & wired mix, simple peer to peer • Purpose is shared internet access along with file & printer sharing • A single Router / modem connects to DSL • One computer connected to the router with a wired – Ethernet cable • The...

    Rgw5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting to remote desktop

    I need to connect to my home desktop from my office. Can I connect to my desktop using VNC if I am in my Company network. What All I need to do. will Firewall be an issue even going (connecting) out to my desktop. I think Firewall is only the issue if you are conning to company network. In other...

    Ak6010710 pointsBadges:
  • questions related to networking networking.

    If there are two different networks, how PC comes to know that another PCis from different network(without a router)?

    Bhagwat5 pointsBadges:
  • Layer 3 switch

    Can we use layer 3 switch as a router on a dissimilar network ? define dissimilar network with example?

    Fahimalavi10 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum Number of switched hops in a network

    Trying to get a definitive answer on how many switched hops you can put in a network. I'm trying to reach a portion of our building, that with the bends and twists and turns in the wiring, I'd be looking at about 400 - 500 feet straight through. I do already have three switched hops from my server...

    Thedocfox35 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Pix inside no nat to router that nat’s

    Hi, I have a Cisco Pix which currently has an internal, dmz and outside interface. My outside is my default route, however I have now new separate connection (interface 4) that connects to the internet also that I would like to route some outside bound traffic through. As i understand it you can...

    Mawk100015 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:
  • Finding a file directory/path on a network drive from a browser

    I am building a web page where a user enters a network Drive letter (i.e. C: or D: or H:) and path, and when that user "Submits," I want the Domino agent to mimic the following client LotusScript code: '***Begin Code**************** fileName$ = Dir$(pathName$, 0) Do While fileName$ <> "" 'Do...

    cbanquer5 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:
  • Interconnectivity WLAN and LAN computer on a network

    We have a wireless router connected to the server so that all other laptop and wireless devices can access the internet and share printers. The server is on a LAN while the laptops are on WLAN. There's a printer connected to a computer on the LAN but the Laptops can not seem to connect to the...

    SOZ5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows networking: how to display access points and other computers on the network

    I have a wireless LAN at home but am confused about how to display access points and other computers on the network. I use an iMAC, a PC with XP, and a Netgear wireless router. I don't use any wired connections. What/how should I be able to see of this network from the XP machine? Why does Windows...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop Connection Failure

    I have been trying to setup a Remote Connection from an auto shop to his home. He has a comcast modem/router and I checked the router and it's configured to allow port 3389 to the windows xp pro host computer. He also have an Internet camera system that I have configured and that works fine, so I...

    beclarke20 pointsBadges:

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