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    How can I prevent TV's, printers, appliances from calling home?

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    I need to setup a network that has 2 WANs, one is a DSL modem and one is a Satellite modem. All clients need to be able to access both networks but I am not using the satellite modem for an internet connection, only because one client has to be able to talk to it to function properly and another is...

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    My data center network switches are configured as access ports, but we are soon implementing VMware ESX. Is there an easy way to reconfigure the switches to operate as 802.1q VLAN trunks to take advantage of VMware's VLAN management support?

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    I'm reviewing NetIQ products and trying to find products that might be similar from other companies for comparison. I found a few resources which suggests Argent, Quest and BMC Software, but does anyone have any other leads. I was half thinking SolarWinds, but?

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    In my neighborhood, I see seven wireless access points with strong signals. That's only the access points, I have no idea how many users. In such a situation, one would expect collisions and intermittent lost connections. That's what I see. Any way to confirm that the lost connections are in fact...

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    How can we make stub zone in DNS?

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  • SBS 2003 Remote Workplace slow keystrokes & mouse clicks from XP remote clients

    About 5 weeks ago, access to our network from a remote XP client (the only ones I support) became agonizinly slow to the point of being useless. Initial logon is slow to the Workplace, connection to either the Server or any client machine (all XP Pro SP2) is very slow if not impossible and if the...

    SteveG445 pointsBadges:
  • Superscopes with Windows Server 2003

    Can you install a Superscope on a single network segment with only one NIC installed in the server? If you can please outline how the NIC is setup.

    KEN-OB15 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting the upload from LAN to Internet

    I want to limit the upload or download from LAN to internet for specific IPs. Please some one give me a method to do that, either limiting the size or the Bandwidth.

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  • Network cameras

    I have a D-Link WBR-1310 wireless G router. Name the wireless network cameras that will work with this kind of router. Thank You.

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  • PC automatic shutdown and startup

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  • Stopping Access to a web page

    Hi there. We're a doctor's practice working in the NHS. We have a nice (well we think so) new web site. Our only problem is that a number of years ago the practice did participate in a "group" web site run by a web design company. Unfortunately when you carry out a Google or other web search on our...

    Hackwood25 pointsBadges:
  • Script to extract files information from FTP server

    Hi Wonder if you could help me with the following please. I would like to construct a script (in any language whichever it's easiest) which when run, it will log on to a ftp server using a generic account and password, then list the files in a specific folder that begins with the string "abc". The...

    Aiko2720 pointsBadges:
  • Routing Public Emergency Calls Based on Cell of Origin

    Is it possible to route emergency calls based on the Cell of origin? In a private network, there is one subscriber who wants all emergency calls originating in one specific area to be routed to a special emergency desk. All other emergency calls within the network would be routed to a different...

    Amawhinn15 pointsBadges:
  • Windows XP – Workgroups – awaken computer remotely from standby

    Does anyone know if there is a Windows command like "net use" that can be issued from computer A to wake up computer B which is in standby mode. I want to thenissue the shutdown command from computer A. (The shutdown command works remotely, but it seems that the computer cannot be in standby.)...

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  • Multiple email address, 1 iPhone = multiple IP addresses?

    If a person creates both yahoo and Gmail email accounts and sends messages from an iPhone, will the IP addresses match? I'm sure they are from the same person! Moderator Note: This is a revised repost. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Strings...

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  • VPN access to 5 branch locations

    I've got an offices at 5 location, 10 pcs in every location with 1MB Broadband internet connection. How can iIset up VPN to access all the location from H.O?

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  • Assign Public IP to domain controller

    Guyz, Please how do I assign a public IP to my Domain Controller and my Exchange Server? Please help.

    Syphun185 pointsBadges:
  • Monitoring external URLs using Nagios

    I want to monitor 100+ external Web URLs in Nagios. I have configured Nagios to monitor Linux and Windows host. How do I set it up to monitor the external URLs?

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  • Netware folder rights output

    Hi all, I'm trying to see if there is away (util or cmd line) to output a list of users who have rights to a folder to a file, preferably a csv or similar. I've got a netware 6.5 server that has a few folders with far too many users assigned to them so I am trying to create a group and insert the...

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