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    Within 2-3 min the system is hanging. I did low level format and tried to connect but the problem is same. I changed the RAM and operating system (almost everything). My ISP is a MNC (they are saying that we use high end routers and firewalls to protect from virus, we are giving assurance that...

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  • Switches and routers needed for Call Center?

    Hello, I am putting together a Call Centre for a non-profit organization. I will be running 10 workstations and 10 VOIP phones. I have acquired 10 CP7960’s. What switches and routers do I need to put this call centre together and run the phones with power over Ethernet? Thank you.

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    Could you please let me know from which version of Cisco IOS MPLS has been supported?

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    I have a server which acts as a Domain Controller, File server, is it possible to transfer these roles to another server without having to reconfigure the whole thing?

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    Can you explain the difference between a modem and a router? Thanks!

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    I noticed when I create a new user in the server, and when I log on to the user's account he has access to some network drives. How did this happen and where can I find these settings?

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    How can I prevent TV's, printers, appliances from calling home?

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    My data center network switches are configured as access ports, but we are soon implementing VMware ESX. Is there an easy way to reconfigure the switches to operate as 802.1q VLAN trunks to take advantage of VMware's VLAN management support?

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  • SBS 2003 Remote Workplace slow keystrokes & mouse clicks from XP remote clients

    About 5 weeks ago, access to our network from a remote XP client (the only ones I support) became agonizinly slow to the point of being useless. Initial logon is slow to the Workplace, connection to either the Server or any client machine (all XP Pro SP2) is very slow if not impossible and if the...

    SteveG445 pointsBadges:
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    Can you install a Superscope on a single network segment with only one NIC installed in the server? If you can please outline how the NIC is setup.

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