• VOIP over leased line

    Can we run Voip over leased line instead of PRI

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • Do I disable DHCP on my router to create a Windows or DHCP server?

    Do I have to disable DHCP on my router in order to be able to create a DHCP server or a windows server? And how would I configure each?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • DNS registration with Static IP’s

    I need help please. I want to enable scavenging for a domain, but there are Windows 2003 "servers" with static I.P. addresses configured. In order to set the correct parameters, can you please tell me how I can find out how often these servers register with the DNS server? Thanks

    Zoomdaze5 pointsBadges:
  • Masters in Network and Distributed Systems with CCNA????

    Hi Guys, I am doing my Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems. Currently I have 2 months vacation in hand and want to do CCNA in that time. Need help on whether it is good idea?? Will it help my Masters?? Masters in Networks and Distributed Systems with CCNA is a good combination?? Will the...

    Manojdhirde0 pointsBadges:
  • Removing The Network Collision

    Hello, Sir/Madam I have a problem with my network. my computers are connected with hubs but the hub is collied every time. so I just restart the hub. but the same problem happens. plz tell me the perfect Sollution.

    BPGC1235 pointsBadges:
  • For VPN’s, which is better…Cable or DSL?

    I telework for my company and I use a VPN to connect to the company's server. I also use an Avaya Softphone to speak with consumers. While I am speaking with the consumers, I am using a Siebel program to input and research data. My connections drops a lot and my Siebel sessions freeze a lot as...

    Vrthomas10 pointsBadges:
  • Wired router connected to a hub?

    Can a wired router be connected to a hub? this was a trick question on job interview.

    Spock12035 pointsBadges:
  • how does duplex work in relation to switches and hubs

    how does duplex work in relation to switches and hubs

    Sufregs5 pointsBadges:
  • Asterisk setup options

    I am all-too-familiar with the Cisco CME/UC set-ups for VOIP, and have come across a lot of folks using Asterisk set-ups. My question is: what is the most popular (in use, supported, feature-filled) flavor of Asterisk currently?

    Sixball8,705 pointsBadges:
  • Sites and Services- Subnet Setup

    Sites and Services- Subnet Setup I am currently setting a new site and would like to clarify the subnet setup. When setting up the subnet I have to enter an IP, subnet and select the new site I created. The IP range which I want to associate with this subnet is 192.25.48.0 to 192.25.56.0 and subnet...

    ITKE353,360 pointsBadges:
  • wireless router as hub…

    I use a wireless internet connection in the next office over.  I have a router to connect 3 PCs in my office on a small wired net.  The router also has wireless capability.  Is it possible to use the wireless side of my router to link into the next router over, making mine just a hub and...

    Etfjr5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to share internet via wifi router just like adhoc connection?

    Is it possible to share Internet to other computer via wifi router if I have a wireless 3gusb which can be connected only to 1 computer?  I have 3g wireless usb stick to connect to internet. I can connect to only one computer. I have 2 laptops wifi enabled and a wifi router. Is it possible to...

    Davidjose235 pointsBadges:
  • Alternatives to solving IPv4 address exhaustion other than IPv6

    If IPv4 addresses will exhaust in the next year and a half, what are the ways people are addressing this issue? Other than migrate to IPv6, is there any other way to solve this problem?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,105 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring OSPF to speed up internal traffic with Cisco 1800?

    How can I configure OSPF to speed up our internal traffic using a Cisco 1800? What information do I need to begin with? Does it need to be installed on all routers? Or just one?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • What to do after CCNP

    I have done CCNA certification and got training in CCNP.. I am confused whether to do CCNP certification or To get training in CCSP and to write CCSP certification.. Can u please suggest in which way i have to proceed to find job easily whether...Presently i am working with CCNA for last 2 years.

    Dineshsarai5 pointsBadges:
  • NOC engineer career

    Career confusion?? Hi, I am a trainedin mcse,ccna guy but being a fresher did not find one job in networking field. I came across this opening of NOC Engineer - solaris at a company and they are hiring freshers, I got the job as NOC engineer, I have not much knowledge about linux/solaris but they...

    Shummu5 pointsBadges:
  • “Class A” / IP Address Allocation

    I am confused with a lot of references that have different saids about Class A.   Is 127.0.0.1 one of the Class A members? (I know that it is useless somehow)   and number of nets is 126 or 128?   Thanks in advance.

    Ali312money25 pointsBadges:
  • trusted and untrusted interface

    what is the meaning of trusted and untrusted interface in security configuration in cisco router?

    Mohadbazzi47170 pointsBadges:
  • Will a crossover cable connect these routers?

    will a crossover cable connect these routers??

    Pfahl22120 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 2524 router trying to set up a home lab to study for the ccna exam

    My question is i have a 2524 router trying to set up a home lab to study for the ccna exam and i also have a 2924 xl switch the router has only ethernet 0 and 1..My quetion is can i connect the 2524 router to the 2924 switch which uses fast ethernet..would it make any difference in speed

    Clavender7910 pointsBadges:

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