• One or multiple service providers for the WAN?

    Do you use one or more service providers to provide connectivity to your WAN? Is it worth the extra cost to have redundancy from multiple partners, or is this just throwing money down the drain?

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • RS-232 Port Buffer – Hardware protection

    I am looking for a device that attaches between the RS-232 port on a computer (in this case a laptop) and a Serial device (in this case an old programmable logic controller) that acts as a signal buffer. I'm NOT looking for something that stores data, rather I'm looking for a device that will...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Management Via Satellite

    I'm a small ISP. I have approx 40 subscribers. My backhaul is via satellite. The LAN side of the Satellite is Wireless (Router linked to satellite modem, Wireless access point linked to Router via ethernet, CPE's associate wirelessly with AP and customers PC's are linked to CPE via ethernet.)...

    Oigeboy5 pointsBadges:
  • Linux Routing Solution – with Proxy ARP/HTTP management

    Hi Guys, does anyone know of a good Linux routing solution? I need to do the following: network 1 ----> Linux router ---Network 2 ---> ISP switch However, I cannot add a route on the ISP switch due to restrictions. I'm hoping proxy ARP with be the solution. However, I don't know much about...

    IronHedge360 pointsBadges:
  • OSI layer services

    May I know what are the services provided by each of the layers of OSI reference model?

    Alex0535 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up distributed file system on Windows server 2003

    I am trying to implement DFS or distributed file system to replicate my user’s shares across several machines. How can I set this up on Windows 2003? What requirements are there and are there any prerequisites?

    ITKE355,655 pointsBadges:
  • My current network challenge

    Hi everyone, The following is my current task. Setup a network with 6 computers Must have file and printer sharing Internet access Things to consider SECURITY - some computers will be laptops (wireless) and some desktop (hardwired) Connectivity - at least one of these computer will be a mac laptop...

    Ithlete5 pointsBadges:
  • IP Planning

    How do I tell if a IP address ring is full or used up?

    Allion5 pointsBadges:
  • Protecting our internal network

    Hi Network engineers/ managers, I've been faced with a challenge on how to protect our internal network from threats outside with minimal cost, or none at all (at least for the software when using open source) Can anyone advise me what to use? Ive searched about, CISCO ASA, ISA 2003, SNORT,...

    JuneC155 pointsBadges:
  • Performance Tracking of Stored Procedures

    We have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...

    Pcrum735 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Ping?

    This is a rather simple question with the hope of a simple answer (although I doubt it) but is there a command that would allow me to use a remote PC to see if 2 IP addresses are communicating? E.g., I use my PC to see if PC (A) can ping PC (B) where neither A not B are the PC where the command is...

    Sa237870 pointsBadges:
  • Scan network for each computers Mapped Drives

    Hello, Our companies network and shared network drives has become majorly disorganized. I was wondering if anyone had ideas on how to check computers on the network and view what networked drives they have in My Computer. Thank you for the input.

    Chetta100 pointsBadges:
  • Redirect mapped drives

    I would like to know if anyone knows of a login batch file that could be used to redirect users mapped drives. I currently have 500+ users that have various mapped drives on each of their PC's to 3 different file servers. I would like to redirect these mapped drives to a new single file server...

    R2hixon5 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between routing and routed protocols?

    What is the difference between routing and routed protocols?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • VPN proposal & implementation

    Supposing you are asked by a company to send a proposal for setting up a VPN. How do write such proposal?

    Systems110 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a remote FTP site in Windows 2003

    Hi, I do have a Linksys ISR, Windows 2003 enterprise edition and a Public IP address. I would like to setup an FTP site on the Windows 2003 PC using my public IP. I successfully managed to do it over the LAN and both downloads and uploads are fine however when it comes to setting it up over the...

    Timothyk5 pointsBadges:
  • What does a switch do with a frame addressed to a MAC address that is not in its MAC address table?

    What does a switch do with a frame addressed to a MAC address that is not in its MAC address table?

    Hotti4sho5 pointsBadges:
  • Using iPad 2 to Remote Desktop

    Has anyone tried getting an iPad 2 to do remote desktop on a Windows XP PC, through a Cisco Pix (ver.6) router? I know Cisco doesn't have an iPad client for the Pix because it's not ASA.

    JZDoug5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Configuration

    Could anyone help me how to configuring VPN?

    Hangsiput15 pointsBadges:
  • VPN creation between ISA Server and Cisco ASA 5510

    Can you create a VPN between a Microsoft ISA Server and a Cisco ASA 5510?

    Bartski5 pointsBadges:

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