• Free IT Book: Stealing the Network

    This week's free IT book is a little bit different than the ones we usually feature. Stealing the Network from Sygress contains fictional stories of real life possibilities meant to inspire security and technology pros alike to wonder and muse on the what ifs of security vulnerabilities. For a...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring MS Exchange 2003 for SBS to send and receive mails on internet

    Hi, I have installed exchange server 2003 for SBS. I have configured it. Its working fine on LAN. I can send and receive mails from AD users. Now I want to send mails outside the network on internet. I have domain registered with godaddy (www.coinopsolutions.net). I have router working as DHCP...

    Kavinagpur10 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Clutter

    Does anyone know what causes *SQLPKG objects to be created in various libraries by many different users, some by IBM internal most not. Trying to cleanup system.

    Jpolep5 pointsBadges:
  • Introduction to Networking

    What is basic of networking?

    030294848125 pointsBadges:
  • Assign printers to clients when they log in

    I would like to have printers installed to clients when they log in. Depending on the department they are in, they would get different printers. Is there a way to do this with scripting? I’ve tried through group policy and could not figure it out. I cannot find the print management console even...

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Best method labeling guide to Ethernet cabling

    Is there a labeling guide to Ethernet cabling? I am researching the best method for labeling cable from one rack of equipment to another and am looking for a standard.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • 2IPS’s, 2 routers (1 router per each ISP) connected 8 workstations through 2 L1-switches – will this work?

    2 IPS's, 2 routers (1 router per each ISP, diferent LAN-subnet on each router) connected to 8 workstations (through 2 L1-switches) - will this work? (it does actually work but with disruptions)? 2 ISPs are required in case one IPS's connection is down. Thequestion is will the other ISP's connection...

    Eager2knowlan35 pointsBadges:
  • Broadband ISP hack

    My ISP allows me to surf www.youtube.com at 10Mbps speed but my normal speed for other site except Youtube is 512kbps. Is there any way to send all data (all other site) from my computer looks like the request is sent for Youtube? I want to convert all request looks like Youtube so that I can get...

    shamim863415 pointsBadges:
  • Newbie seeks help setting up and configuring Windows Server 2003

    I'm Windows user, my office have 6 staff ( maximum are using XP SP2 OS) and I would like to get information about the set up of server 2003. I have server and it is not configured for log in to it, I have connect server into network. yes they can connect server as usual they connect in LAN to other...

    Ayesh25 pointsBadges:
  • How do I find the port used by Visual Composer in NetWeaver CE 7.1

    I have NetWeaver CE 7.1 installed, with additional components. I am trying to start up Visual Composer, but do not know which port it is using. How do I find the default port being utilized by Visual Composer?

    Gapesp20 pointsBadges:
  • How can I learn more about Java and scripting languages?

    I got my bachelor's degree in electronics and communication engineering and continued to get my master's in networking. When I started applying for internships, I found that most of the companies require Java, C, C++, Perl, HTML and Visual Basic, but I only have C and a little bit of C++...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How to control Internet Access in Windows Server 2003 network

    I am using Windows Server-2003 with ISA Server and controlling internet access for the client computers. But I am not satisfiede with it. I will be thankful and grateful if any one can suggest zero cost solution for the same. Regards Rashid

    Cybersol5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it the encryption level?

    I've got a Linksys BEFSR81 wired router, which is networked to about 5 other Linksys/Motorola routers. The BEFSR81 is on WEP, as are the others. The system runs at a crawl after i download the first 5mb of most files. I have been told that it could be that it's because this system is on WEP. Is it...

    Strtme5 pointsBadges:
  • Application data security versus network security

    What are the pros and cons of application data security versus network security? Which do you recommend devoting more budget funds to?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Convert FTP to SFTP using CLLE

    I am currently using FTP to transfer a file and now need to use a file transfer that is more secure. How best to convert over to secure FTP. Is that SFTP or FTPS?

    MrLewis5 pointsBadges:
  • Configure two HP c3000 enclosures with flex10 modules

    How do I configure two HP c3000 enclosures with flex10 modules. Both enclosures are in the same Data center and will be hooked up to the same network switches. There is no plan to use multi enclosure stacking, and does not have a virtual connect enterprise manager license to configure the virtual...

    fchawa5 pointsBadges:
  • HowTo: Internally redirect http for Outlook Web Access

    Being a relatively small firm, we have just one public IP address. Before we apply for another, I would like to hear your opinion on this: Until now, our web sites have been located on external web hotels, and http access to our IP address has been used for Outlook Web Access. Last month, we have...

    Onilke95 pointsBadges:
  • identifying cause of unexplained network traffic

    Our organization's firewall has been reporting some curious network activity coming from a few specific computers on our network.  The source always comes from the same dozen or so computers on our network, and the destination is always the same computer on the domain.  And it always follows the...

    Frugal15 pointsBadges:
  • CLI config confirmation

    Hi, does anyone know if d-link is manufactured by Cisco? There is this client that asked me on how to create multiple IP addresses on a single interface of Cisco router, but the switch connected to it was a d-link switch. Of course, the solution was intervlan routing but I haven't seen a d-link CLI...

    Yeahboy900 pointsBadges:
  • Configure Windows 2003 as a router

    What's the procedure to configure windows 2003 as router to connect two different networks?

    Michael Tidmarsh33,310 pointsBadges:

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