• configuration of auxilary port for cisco router

    Hi, We need to configure a adapter for third party. vendor need to login via pstn thorugh this router. i can configure the cisco fax adopter but i dont know how vendor will login to this router please explain. can any body describe what is the scenario "login through aux port via pstn line"

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • d-link switch to cisco router

    how can I include 3 ip addresses in a single fast ethernet port of a cisco router if the switch connected to that port is a d-link switch? do i have to create subinterface on that fast ethernet port?  

    Yeahboy900 pointsBadges:
  • Three subnets and ip adresses needed

    I have a non-profit I am helping out with some network issues. they now have two XP pro SP3 machines on site. One was there when I came in, it has a DSL westell 6110 "dumb" modem connecting them to Verizons dsl. The original pc has a static ip, gateway and dns servers. the subnet of that machine is...

    swinehart68031,050 pointsBadges:
  • ip address of laptop to connect with office vpn

    I was connected to a vpn but i switched to cable from dsl, now my laptop won't connect to the vpn

    Czarsala5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Routing

    If you have 2 vpn routers with 3 connections each (fibre, t1, dsl) and define a vpn connection between them using the fibre connection will any of the vpn packets be transmitted over the t1 or dsl lines? Doesn't make any sense that they would but have network engineer insisting that would be the...

    Jimkski5 pointsBadges:
  • Securing a virtualized network

    What's new out there in securing a virtual network? I've done some research and found ALTOR but they've been purchased by Juniper so their product may soon be intergrated with their routers and switches. I'm looking for a defense in depth solution to my question.

    JMan785 pointsBadges:
  • Segmenting a piece of our Windows network

    How can we segment a piece of our Windows network so users from the same subnet can not access it but people on that side of the network and a different subnet can. Currently they can communicate freely between each other.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Mac access list

    hello , almost i disconnect any computer in my lan by making ip access list  in core switch but alway ip in changed for any computer so i try to make mac access list to disconnect any computer depending on it's mac address but in cisco devices there isn't any ability to make this can you help...

    Osamam815 pointsBadges:
  • Problem Accessing Web Server via HTTP After Changing Wireless router

    Hi there, I have query regarding a wireless router. My internet connection setup consists of an ADSL modem (D-link DSL-320T) connected via an Ethernet cable to a wireless router (D-link DIR-615). My network appliances in turn connect to the router wirelessly. Originally, I had the modem connected...

    Bladerunner8315 pointsBadges:
  • Routing problem with two Windows Server 2003

    I need some help here please Scenario: Devices: Three routers and one hub; 2 servers 2003 (one with two NICs) in its own forest; and 3 Windows clients. Each router is on a different subnet (ISP and two private subnets). Note: The ISP is using broadband router, and the two private networks is using...

    Smcborrough20 pointsBadges:
  • Is it right to do faculty job after CCNA?

    I am CCNA certified and I want to earn some experience.  Many companies prefer experienced CCNA candidates. So I am planning to join CCNA faculty job in any Computer Hardware and Networking institute to earn experience and then join any company for the post of network engineer. Can companies...

    Yjr15 pointsBadges:
  • Intervlan connectivity

    Hi All, I'm looking for solution/help to solve this issue. Scenario: Two vlans (Data & Voice) are created in my switch (3560). I 've voice router (2900 series) & braodband gateway which connects to the service provider. [strong]Note: Two vlans are connected to two different interfaces of a router...

    RGPrakash170 pointsBadges:
  • Call Divert to Mobile for non UCCM User using Cisco Voice Gateway

    Hi, I have a requirement for a DDI number to be on permanent divert to a mobile.  The user does not have a account on the call manager, nor does he need one.  I just need to provide a Land-line number so it can divert to his mobile.  What is the best way for me to achieve this with the lease...

    KiNNik5 pointsBadges:
  • Roaming Profile with Wireless Connection

    On our school network we have wireless access for the principal and the teachers who use laptop computers. The server runs Windows Server 2003 and all clients run Windows XP Pro. The school is in two different buildings and the principal and computer teacher both travel from one building to the...

    Yankusbobicus120 pointsBadges:
  • Need a stable wireless router – what one to get

    I currently have a D-Link WBR-2310 serving as the outside router for my network, and it likes to reboot irregularly. Sometimes it reboots a couple times a day, causing disruptions for our users who complain mightily. I've updated firmware to the latest (v1.05) and it continues to reboot...

    Fishmahn55 pointsBadges:
  • Inbound traffic is coming from router IP, not internet IP. Why?

    Hello, thank you for your time. I have recently noticed a strange occurence going on with inbound traffic. The other day, I helped my friend set up his network. icmp ping was good. while sniffing, I first noticed inbound tcp traffic to me was not coming from my friend's IP address, but coming from...

    Robert5795 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP Windows Server 2003

    I had a quetion in my mind. Assume [strong]2 site [/strong]are there in a forest. in [strong]site A[/strong], all systems are dhcp clients. In another [strong]site B[/strong], all are not dhcp clents. can i configure dhcp server exist in site A to assign ip address to site B systems. is it...

    Aravinda60 pointsBadges:
  • 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:
  • Difference in Switches: Linksys and Alcatel-Lucent

    I need to set up a network with over 100 workstations. When I asked 2 vendors (Alcatel-Lucent and Linksys), both provided the switches I wanted, but the price difference is huge. Thinking positively, there must be something that makes the price differs a lot. But what? What is the consequences if I...

    Ewinata5 pointsBadges:
  • VLAN implementation

    Why do we need to implement VLAN in our Network and how to configure a switch to be part of a VLAN

    Oluwethu20 pointsBadges:

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