• The most-watched IT questions this week: Dec. 15, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussion going on. Go answer a question now! 1. Ak1bo78 asks for a C# how to on IF Statement’s, which Mshen and CarlosDL help create. 2. Dbsi2006 asks for help on how to map drives without UNC, which Rklanke, MrDenny,...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • How to make a batch job run faster (excpet for the run priorty), Code changes?

    HI, I have a batch RPG programs used to do some updataions and reporting, currently the job takes around 1 sec to process a record. We want to further reduce this time. Changing the run Priorty may make the job run a bit faster, are there any other parameters that can be used? also am looking at...

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  • Linux Routing Solution – with Proxy ARP/HTTP management

    Hi Guys, Does anyone know of a good Linux routing solution I need to do the following: network 1 ----> Linux router ---Network 2 ---> ISP switch However, I cannot add a route on the ISP switch due to restrictions. Im hoping proxy arp with be the solution however, I dont know much about it and...

    IronHedge360 pointsBadges:
  • iSCSI target

    Hi, Can someone help me with it? I need some Ethernet HBA for iSCSI target, to my storage. Can't find anywhere! Going nuts! Thanks!

    Aeee5 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to obtain IP Address through a DHCP server, netconnectivity problems

    Our school division is made up of seven schools. All schools point back to the central office location for obtaining an IP address through a central DHCP server. This process has worked flawlessly for years. All of a sudden at one of the schools, the computers are hit and miss for being able to...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • How can I become a wireless networking engineer?

    I am interested in becoming a wireless networking engineer. What are the job requirements for this, and what amount of training would I need to become a wireless networking professional?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • What are the pros and cons of MCSE and CCNA training?

    I am thinking about getting my MCSE and CCNA certifications. What is the fee of the training? Also, what salary can I expect after earning these certifications?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Do I need to use Aircrack and iPerf to crack WLAN passwords?

    Can you explain to me what this means? "To access the WLANs using Aircrack- ng detector, packet sniffer WEP,  WPA/WPA2 - psk analysis tool for raw monitoring mode and sniff 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g traffic." I’m confused about this topic. Do I need to break the password using Aircrack and...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • I wanted to know the knowledge of the LAN aspect of networking.

    Hi..I wanted to learn about the LAN aspect of the computer field. In term of certification and process of getting these certifications with the knowledge that come along with it: Where do I need to start and what certifications do I need to have in order to become a  System Admistrator..

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  • VLAN per switch limitation?

    I have a Minolta server and copier which need to communicate across two switches - where these switches have a vlan per switch limitation. From what I can see in a Wireshark sample, the printer is trying to establish communications with the server using broadcast traffic. Is is possible for this...

    Smidgen5 pointsBadges:
  • packet tracer implementation

    can somebody give me a packet tracer implementation with 302 computers? with subnetting table. tnx

    Portz5 pointsBadges:
  • networking share printer

    how could a printer be shared through router connection with several computers. series connection.

  • Client Service & Protocol ALL GONE

    Hello Everyone, In my desktop, running on SErver 2003, all connection item, Client, Service and Protocol all are gone nothing visible in Network connection properties, When I try to install any of these, error shows up that it can find the specified system file to install these. How it happened I...

    Inamhaque15 pointsBadges:
  • The IT Blog Top 10: Dec. 10, 2009

    10. No Exchange 2007 on Windows 2008 R2 – but why? Brendan Cournoyer delves into why the latest Windows 2008 R2 takes a surprising turn in not support Exchange 2007. 9. How to use command line arguments in VBScript via the Wscript.Arguments Object Jerry Lees explains a helpful VBScript trick. 8....

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Dec. 1, 2009

    Here are the 10 most watched questions on ITKE: There’s some great discussion going on. Go answer a question now! 1. CompEng asked about open-ended SQL statements, and Mrdenny and Meandyou delivered the goods. 2. Kalpana queried Networking certifications, and where the best place is to get...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Reminder: Microsoft Live Chat 11/12, 11:00 a.m. EST

    Just a quick reminder that we will be hosting a LIVE Microsoft chat on IT Knowledge Exchange tomorrow, 11/12, at 11:00 a.m. EST. The chat is hosted by Microsoft Unified Messaging and Exchange experts Frank Byrum, Ed Banti and Yesim Koman, and will cover topics including new features of Exchange...

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  • Does Vista allow more than one incoming VPN connection at a time?

    I read your expert response about XP only allowing one incoming VPN connection at a time. Is this the case with Vista also? If so, are there any free VPN software servers that can handle many incoming VPN connections to Windows XP/Vista/7?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • What indicates high thresholds in TCP statistics, especially Failed Connection Attempts?

    I am trying to learn about TCP statistics, especially Failed Connection Attempts. What value would indicate a high threshold? Also, what causes these errors to occur? Does this indicate an issue at the remote or local host? Or does it have to do with network bandwidth or lack of I/O, etc.? Thanks!

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Why are IP addresses divided into five parts?

    Why are IP addresses divided into five parts?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • fsk verses cpfsk

    I'm familiar with what FSK (frequency-shift keying) is, but I've recently heard a term tossed around sometimes interchangeably with FSK, sometimes not, called CPFSK (continuous phase frequency-shift keying). Could you tell me what is the difference? Is CPFSK just the assurance that the phase of the...

    Terrry5 pointsBadges:

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