• Any IT Knowledge Exchange members heading to Interop?

    Are you headed to Interop next week? IT Knowledge Exchange would love to meet you out there, and we'll have T-Shirts, stickers, and other swag to give away. If you're around and game for meeting up, just shoot me an e-mail at Michael@ITKnowledgeExchange.com or post a comment below. Looking forward...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • VPN from different domain not woking.

    We are having a problem connecting to a VPN on a different domain. Let say from domain1.com to domain2.com that is two different companies. We get an error 721: The remote computer did not respond. I'am at location domain1.com, when we want to connect via our LAN with MS VPN (PPTP) to...

    Bobtail5 pointsBadges:
  • how many vlans for telepresence switch 3750?

    how many vlans for telepresence switch 3750? I did data vlan,video vlan, voice vlan and management vlan. am I still left any vlans? by the way, what book is good for telepresence configuration?

    Nilar5 pointsBadges:
  • NAC Recommendations

    What is the best NAC?  I am doing market research on NAC and would like to hear what you like/dislike about the products in the market.

    Insanediego5 pointsBadges:
  • ASA OR MPLS for VPN

    What would be the benefits of using MPLS for my VPN instead of my ASA's?

    Db15 pointsBadges:
  • Printing Problems on windows vista

    I am using a Windows Vista and my printer is an HP OfficeJet Pro K54oo. Why do I frequently encounter printing problems such as incomplete or unfinished printing of document (usually the last two lines of the document would not be printed), even if the text is within the margins specified?

    Si20105 pointsBadges:
  • Tackling the Catch-22 of networking jobs?

    My colleague Jessica Scarpati (blog|twitter) over at SearchNetworking wanted to ask the community: How do networking professionals tackle the catch-22 of needing technical experience with routers and other real-world equipment to get a job, but no way to afford the routers and other equipment...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Best resources on Twitter for networking professionals?

    For all the networking professionals out there, what have you found to be the most useful networking-related resources? I'd love to hear who you follow, what lists you've found relevant, and any other strategies that make Twitter an actually useful resource rather than a droning buzz.

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 internet problems

    i'm running windows server 2003 standard edition with websense 6.2 running, the problem is that i can't connect to the internet to download the database for websense, the users can log on, and websense is blocking sites. all the ip addresses are correct and such, was able to get on since last week,...

    L3nNy0735 pointsBadges:
  • Replacing existing ConnectGear 8 port switch with Cisco Catalyst 2950 24 port switch

    My knowledge of networking is rudimentary. I need assistance in replacing a ConnectGear switch in an existing network with a Cisco Catalyst 2950. The network consists of 9 clients PC's and one server running Windows Server 2003. The existing router is a Linksys BEFSR81 (8 ports) and internet access...

    Jayhawk19445 pointsBadges:
  • routing between subnets.

    I have a machine with two eth cards. one is 192.168.1.254, the other 0.254. my gw is 192.168.1.1. I was to make the default gw for my 0/x (eth0) network the 192.168.1.254 (eth1) network. Can this be done?

    ITKE342,985 pointsBadges:
  • Deploying IP address authentication in Radius server

    Dear All, Please provide me a solution, where we want to bind IP address with MAC ID of the wireless client and should be authenticated by Radius Server. Is this solution exist? I will be very thankful if you could provide me the solutions.   Akash  

    Akashost10 pointsBadges:
  • Video call issue on TANDBERG video conference

    I have TANDBERG video conference unit. The unit is setup in my coporate LAN, inside firewall. I want to configure it to be stand alone unit (i.e. not registering to any server at all) and able to handle call from external public party (incoming call and outgoing call). I am not sure how to...

    Zhlee5 pointsBadges:
  • Best way to prepare for an IT conference?

    I spoke with one of the head honchos of Interop, and asked him what advice he had for conference goers to get the most out of a conference ... if such trips were still in their budget. If you go to conferences, what do you do to prepare, and any advice in how to go and actually get stuff done?

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • check port atack

    hi,how can i check if there are any body access my network port ,we have in our netowrk port open port for the manager how can i put event viewer in this port?

    Rosealzubi115 pointsBadges:
  • Any problems with connecting 400+ telnet 5250 sessions through a WAN to a central server?

    I am researching a project that would require 400+ IBM 5250 telnet sessions to connect back to a central AS400 server than an MPLS WAN. 1) Does anyone see any routing / general issues with having this many connection ultimately coming back through 1 router at the host? 2) How much bandwidth will...

    Genxsherpa15 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 cannot send mail to many domains

    I've been having a problem with my Exchange 2007 server (up-to-date on patches) running on Server 2003 R2. About a week ago, it stopped processing mail. I was able to restore teh ability to recieve mail with no problem, but sending mail is still a problem (we do have a work around in place right...

    Stevesz2,015 pointsBadges:
  • Will we really save money having users shut down computers at end of day?

    The article below caught my attention. It says that 217 million dollars a year is wasted just in the UK alone by employees leaving computers on overnight. I never shut mine down...my old mentor thought it was actually harmful. Needless to say, we don't have a policy about shutting down computers...

    NoFX3915 pointsBadges:
  • create a batch file to have a permission to install software

    Do you know how to create a batch file with permission right to install the software by login with power user (without permission to install software) ?

    david2009575 pointsBadges:
  • OSPF Routers not Sharing Routing Information

    Ive been trying to configure ospf on my home lab but they do not share routing information. Ive been trying to figure out the problem a week now but yet i cannot solve it.. Please could someone help me.. thanks.. Here is the config of my 3 routers running on frame relay Router1 router ospf 1...

    Swamier065 pointsBadges:

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