• 2 Routers on the same Network

    Hi I'm connecting two linksys wireless G routers on the same network. but of course that's crashing my network. What is the best way to configure router one which is getting the internet line and I want router 2 to get internet from router 1. I'm trying to use router two as a repeater of router 1....

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  • communications

    What is it that determines whether or not a given network is half or full duplex?

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  • copying something from a shared folder on a network

    i have a shared folder on a windows 2003 server,but on a client machine i can access the folder but i cant copy anything from the shared floder to any new destination of mine..can any body help on that..

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  • How to Share Brodband in to all systems??

    My oprtng systm is XP.i have 8 port switch ..i have to sahare the internet conetction to all other systems...plz help me...some times when conectng lan one Error is coming "Limited conectivity"...wht can i do...? plz help me..

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  • What’s the difference between a ‘managed’ or an ‘unmanaged’ switch when it comes to installation?

    I know there are definitely some advantages to having a manged switch over an unmanaged one, but my question has to do with installing the switch. Most of the 24-port unmanaged gigabit switches advertise 'plug-n-play' ease: turn it on and plug in the network. However, the managed ones are (I think)...

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  • Can someone recommend Gigabit network cards & switch? Which ones to buy or not to buy?

    We are upgrading our network for 6 of our users to be able to utilize gigabit LAN access and our budget isn't big (about $250-$350 range for the switch). We have the Cat6 for the runs, replacing the 24-port switch, and adding NICs. I don't know what is good or bad in the small-scale gigabit world,...

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  • Lan Domain system access problem

    how can access the systems on LAN which systems are not logon on domain of lan.

    SAP Cum IT35 pointsBadges:
  • WindowsXP connected with domain server2003 does not appear in Microsoft Windows Network

    Hello, Please help me out. I have 1 Domain, windows server 2003 is installed, while other 10 client computers having windows XP connected with the domain server above. But none of the system shows the other computers in the Microsoft Windows Network not even from doamin. While i can access all...

    Network Management5 pointsBadges:
  • Slow network performance with LAN Servers

    This is my problem: Users are complaining that there internet and file downloads from LAN servers are very slow. We have discovered that if we remove the users current ip address from the DHCP pool and force those to get a completely different address the network performance returns to normal. Any...

    Brooksie1860 pointsBadges:
  • WIFI Speed Issue

    This question would probably be best suited for Mrdenny but if anyone else has any imput, please feel free... I posed that question a few days ago http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/wireless-network-bottleneck You are most certainly right about the T-1, we are purchasing another...

    Jstrahler95 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Network Bottleneck????

    Hello, I have a question about my wireless network. I have a wireless network that has about 60 people on it. We are using the 802.11b standard on all of our access points. We use Tranzeo Wireless CP-90's and so on... All of our clients have access points, which are pointed at one of 4 access...

    Jstrahler95 pointsBadges:
  • How do I add an AS400 to a network hub

    I have an AS400 that used to belong to a network at our office. There were routers and static IP addresses. Now I have the AS400 at home and I'd like to attach it to the network hub that currently has my laptop and desktop and is also attached to the Internet via cable modem. My goal is to be able...

    Fmat520 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Aironet 1200 Ap

    can this unit be used to receive a wireless internet signal then re-transmit or laptops and other wireless end users

    Dcaliguiri1,310 pointsBadges:
  • Requesting Help with Network Connection Problems (W2k3 R2)

    I have a 30-user average office network running on a Windows Server 2003 R2 server. The server is running AD, DNS, DHCP and WINS on a single box running as the domain controller. (In the future I plan to add a second domain controller to reduce the number of single points of failure.) This is a...

    Peaceman5 pointsBadges:
  • Iu FP Procedure

    1. What are IuFP PRocedures 2. Where in network are these procedures implemented

    Thampi lakshmi5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting Separate LAN’s Through Routers

    I have two LAN's in my office, each with its own internet connection. I'll call them LAN A and LAN B. Each LAN has an inexpensive ADSL modem router (with wireless and wired connections) to which the computers attach and which attach to the internet. I want to share information and printers etc....

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  • Which is good to have for lan 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x

    Which is good to have for lan 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x for pvt business network. Is there any advantage of having both the series in a pvt network

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  • Competitive rates

    What should I expect to pay for outside computer and network support services? Pricing seems to be all over the map. I'm not talking about high-level consulting - just things like hiring some extra IT support during a large upgrade. I'm in the Seattle area, but I'm interested in answers from other...

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