• How many bandwidth signals can transfer through a coaxial cable?

    If a video signal contains a bandwidth of 3 MHz, audio signal contains bandwidth of 4 MHz and a color signal contains a bandwidth of 5 MHz, how can these signals transfer through a coaxial cable that has a bandwidth of 6 MHz?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP MTU and MSS

    In my LAN, the MTU is 1500, and hosts A and b have an MSS of 1460. By testing and analysing with Fireshark I sent a 4000-byte long TCP segment from host A to host B in my LAN, but the segment came in full (the 4k bytes came in one piece). Shouldn't the 4k byte segments be broken into 1460-byte...

    BUCHANKAS30 pointsBadges:
  • Using ACL to block traffic from internal LAN

    What is an ACL and how can I use one to block traffic from our internal LAN to a remote subnet?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • With both wired and wireless network connection, prefer to go wired, but metric doesn’t always work.

     When a laptop has both wireless and wired connection at the same time, we want to make sure the network traffic is going through the ethernet cable first instead of going via air. A lot of research was telling me that Windows has the preferred route to higher throughput interface. I found this...

    springman95 pointsBadges:
  • DNS registration without assigning a primary DNS suffix

    can someone help. l have a stand-alone server name server01 and want to dynamically register an A resource record in the ABC.com zone without assigning a primary DNS suffix to the computer ? (Assume the ABC.com zone is configure to accept dynamic updates)

    Theman745 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up DYNDNS with Windows 7

    How can I set up DYNDNS with my Windows 7 desktop to automatically update my host name to DNS address?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • IP encryptor configuration

    LAN "A" connected to IP encryptor and connected to LAN "B" with also has an IP encryptor. i.e. we have IPsec VPN from "A" to "B" through MPLS VPN. Can I then connect LAN "A" to LAN "C" that is without IP encryptor via MPLS VPN. How do I configure the IP encryptor at LAN "A" to do that.

    IPencryptor5 pointsBadges:
  • Is Desktop support or IT Help Desk job helpful in earning experience after CCNA?

    I am CCNA certified and now I get an offer related to the job of technical support. In this job I have to solve problems related to only Operating system & computer hardware issues through voice. It does not involve any networking related work. So is that kind of job will give me that experience...

    Yjr15 pointsBadges:
  • How can I set up a cheap VPN?

    We are starting a small company. We are only 5 or 6 people and we'd like to share outlook tasks, calendar, contacts, work on common word files, etc... All this with 128 or more bits encryption. Thank you very much in advance,

    StepNjump5 pointsBadges:
  • Mapping network drives in Windows 7

    when i map network drive on windows 7  but shared  application  very very slowly open

    99604342815 pointsBadges:
  • Get your free IT book: The Rails 3 Way

    Here's your chance to win "The Bible for Ruby on Rails Application Development"! There are two ways to get your copy of the book that "strips complexity from the development process," answer one of four questions and post the link to your answer in the discussion section below. Another way to enter...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Firewalls active/active stretched across different sites

    Can a pair of clustered checkpoint firewalls running active/active function correctly when spanned across two different sites with either a layer 2 or 3 fibre link between. Does the same apply when using a pair of ASA 5540s. 

    Coop2765 pointsBadges:
  • Resetting WLAN

    One on the staffs changed the WLAN access code and we can not reinstall the all system is there a way of access it then reset the all system when the work load is low

    Weeds115 pointsBadges:
  • Backup strategy for Windows Server 2003 with 40 clients

    wI havea small company running with win2003 server and 40 clients. I installed DNS,DHCP, AD and exchange 2007 in a single win2003 R2 and running successfully. if any risk happen to my server. I have no proper backup stratagy to restore my server. presently following taking backup regularly system...

    Mnrao90 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Access Point

    My Organisation is looking for some software or a way to monitor our open wireless network. We have a few access points spread around the building and we woud like a method of tracking and keeping a record of IP addresses leased and associated Mac addresses for at least 10 days.  Any suggestions...

    Barcagunner5 pointsBadges:
  • Get File By Date on QSHELL

    Hi How can I find out the list of files that were created on the given date. I am trying to use it in a scenario where I need to fetch files through ftp. The folder from which I want to fetch the files will contain many files but I need only the files that were created today. I am confused as to...

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:
  • C:D glossary

    not sure if anyone can help me with this, but at my job we use C:D and am wanting to get the definitions on what some of the terms are, here is a part of the log, the asterix are there because of the sensitivity of my job, ty S20110111.091:STAR=20110111...

    Disavow5 pointsBadges:
  • Print service thru a linksys

    I haev a linksys wireless router and wireless phaser 3500 printer.  I want to be able to print wireless to the printer from several PC That's all. Help please

    Pizzo775 pointsBadges:
  • As400 Nic going down randomly

    We have an ongoing problem in our office for the past month. All of our users get randomly disconnected from the as400 and end up with a blank screen in client access and need to reconnect. Seemed like a network issue at first, but the cabling and switch were replace and tested. Problem still...

    Johnd2330 pointsBadges:
  • The DNS server could not bind a User Datagram Protocol (UDP) socket to 192.168.0.4.

    i have two dns servers on our network, (windows server 2003 standard); (a) the dns server1, (has both forward lookup and reverse lookup zones configured), to which all hosts on the network are pointed, this same server has forwarders configured, pointing to our dns server2.  (b) the dns server2...

    2temmy5 pointsBadges:

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