• VOIP and Routing Question

    Please advise. We have a branch office with a Cisco 3560 48/port POE switch. The branch office has 20 users in VLAN 1. The switch interfaces with a Cisco 2811 router. The router has a T1 point to point to our main office. We are putting in VOIP so each user has a phone -> PC. How would I...

    Dprattmcse5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco configuration

    i have newly setup cisco 1841 router and i didn't create user and its password i just want to know that its default user or password will expired after 15 days or not. it is necessary to create user or password or not

    Kaleemu5 pointsBadges:
  • htu e1 with cisco 2851

    how do you configure HTU E1 modem with cisco 2851 router

    Vds5 pointsBadges:
  • 2811 randomly reboot

    I received a router that was deployed for a reason that it power cycles itself randomly. This is the first time is has come back and I wanted to see if this is a hardware or software known issue.

    Ericsunkel5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Routers with Static DHCP settings?

    We have an internal wired network that DOESN'T use DHCP. Client machines have their IPs set uniquely & their gateway & DNS settings pointing at a proxy server that gives internet access. I need to add wireless capability to this network. So the access point has to be able to have a hardwired IP,...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Network label and documentation

    what is the best method to label network nodes and cables and patch panel and documentation???

    Elsaudy5 pointsBadges:
  • Network IP Problem

    We have two Windows XP computers on the same network. One with an IP address of 10.xxx.xxx.120, second one with an IP address of 10.xxx.xxx.121.  When the 120 unit is on the internet, the other unit can not get on. When the 121 unit is on it stops the 120 unit from get out. We have 50 other...

    Ron210615 pointsBadges:
  • Maximum network protection with public Internet access

    What is the best way to give public access to the internet yet protecting my company network?  We have a Cisco ASA 5510 firewall and wireless access points.

    Rpc5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a large home network

    I have a large home and the setup looks like this.  Cable Modem | Dynex Router - 192.168.1.1 - 255.255.255.0 | Belkin Wireless Router 192.168.2.1 - 255.255.255.0 My problem is that the Belkin works very well in all rooms except the far end of the house.  So I purchased a second Belkin Router...

    Ltannenbaum5 pointsBadges:
  • Networking logical topology

    I am planning to set up two segments on my network. I would like to ask which logical topology would be best to use and would meet the following criteria: 1. at normal instances, segment A and B would be connected using 1 physical router. The router should detect them as 2 separate network...

    Mirei5 pointsBadges:
  • VoIP QoS/QoE Solutions pros & cons

    We are looking at VoIP QoE/QoS solutions and would like to know if anyone have had experience with Apparent Networks PathView/PacketView and/or Edgewater Network Edgeview, can you share some real world pros and cons of both solutions?

    Dpengster5 pointsBadges:
  • Need help on running combination of Nagios, Nconf, and Nagiosgraph on Linux

    Hi, I am new to Nagios and I am having problem to put all this applications together. I have very limited knowledge of all this tools and availability, so I need experts help on this. Here are the steps that I went thru: I installed Nagios in one of my Linux server. In the same machine but...

    1sysadmin10 pointsBadges:
  • Should we invest in Cisco hardware?

    Is it possible for someone to crack into our VPN between two Windows 2003 servers? Should we invest in Cisco hardware?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Who uses Gigabit Ethernet for IP Phones, is this just IT herd mentality?

    Looking at general VoiP deployment and IP telephones, I see a wide reference to Gigabit ethernet almost as if it is the standard interface. It is being specified in tender responses as a must have. Reality seems to indicate that Gigabit to the desktop is not standard and rarely used in enterprises...

    Etljnoy15 pointsBadges:
  • What brand of routers/switches do you trust the most?

    We're wondering what everyone is using for a brand of wireless routers and switches? What do you prefer to use in the enterprise versus at home or in personal networks? What are your suggestions for SMBs to large corporations? We've got 150 knowledge points for our favorite answer!

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Disabling wireless internet at specific times

    Is there a method for disabling wireless internet from our routers at a specified time every day? When the offices close the wifi closes as well. We have seen some horrible traffic from late nights presumably from the parking lot.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • wireless client won’t browse web (Nokia 5800)

    Setting up access point on wireless dongle on non wireless laptop win 2k pro which has LAN internet connection via ethernet cable from ADSL router.100%connection made but 5800 won't browse.Help needed to configure.It worked once but still trying to get connection.Hope you can help.Thanks and...

    Gbdigcat5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Adapter disconnects?

    My Wifi often disconnects or turns off for no reason and it just started to happen for about a week. I haven't changed anything on my laptop but it just disconnects. Right now I have to use a cable to use the internet. How can I fix this?

    Lilbabygldnrtrvr10 pointsBadges:
  • Will Cisco Certification add value to my MS wireless communication degree?

    I have completed my MSc wireless communication this year January 2010, and now planning to for cisco certification courses. My question is: Am I moving away from the field or will it add value to my degree and career, if so which Cisco course will be better for my career.

    Saleh15 pointsBadges:
  • Are all wifi protocols backwards compatible?

    Are all the wifi protocols backwards compatible? Are there any exceptions? I am talking about a Wireless 80211N router being able to communicate with 80211a-g wireless cards.

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:

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