• connection lose on domain

    One of our newer domains is having a problem with connection to mapped drives, server, internet, and shared printer connection lose. Once the connection is dropped it will not re-sync or reconnect to mapped drives ect... untill a full reboot is done. We've not done much in the way of changing any...

    Madpawn220 pointsBadges:
  • what does occupancy mean in a network

    what does occupancy mean in a network

    Jtmbox200310 pointsBadges:
  • SNMPv3 Configuration with HP OV

    I am trying to configure snmpv3 using HP OV on a cisco router. The router has been configured properly to run snmpv3 already. I then edited the mgr.cnf file on the server located at /etc/srconf/mgr to add the following entry: usmUserEntry "agentEngineID" snmpv3user usmHMACMD5AuthProtocol...

    Phrathepmali30 pointsBadges:
  • Mismatch between user logged on and secondary logon on Windows XP

    Hi, For a high-security client's network, we have to ensure that the person logged in to the workstation is the one logging on via the internet to the client's website. Is there any way at all we can capture this data? I.e. can we read the user login field for that website..?

    Jyothsna8630 pointsBadges:
  • main network topology

    Hi, I am designing a network to a medium company with around 50 workstations. company has 4 departments. this company is goin to open a branch office in a nearby country. the branch needs to access the inventory system in the main office. what my thought on designing this network is to have 4...

    Kekkaishi15 pointsBadges:
  • Routing between two nics on the same server connected to different networks

    I have a need to route traffic from 172.16.32.0 network to 159.60.51.84 network.  I can't seem to access a website from the 159 network from the 172 network. static routing doesn't work for me. Any help would be great.

    Lzamora5 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a Cisco 2950 VLAN

    I have a setup that i need help with I am trying to setup a Cisco 2950 24 port switch for .31 (only port 1 from fiber converter to the switch and port 2 from the patch connection to the switch) and the remaining would be .35 (all static assigned ip ). This is what i have on the switch as far the...

    Kwt712555 pointsBadges:
  • Has anyone connected HP Laserjet 2035n to iSeries via TCP/IP?

    Dozens of HP Laserjet printer are attached to our iSeries via TCP/IP. A few days ago we attached a new HP Laserjet 2035n using the same technique we've used many times in the past. It is giving us fits. After printine the first print job it hangs up for approximately five minutes, then prints some...

    WoodEngineer6,435 pointsBadges:
  • Port Security

    Hi All, I have port security enabled in my environment. While swapping the systems i used to remove the MAC entry in both the ports. Is  there any alternative options like removing the MAC address from the switches database.

    Vptechie70 pointsBadges:
  • RHCT

    how much salary i can get if i pass rhct?

    Rhct5 pointsBadges:
  • A LAN shared printer issue

    I have facing a problem on my lan networking that is  when i connected a shared printer a message is apprear''The network path was not found." but when i restart my computer it connect that computer. and the other system r connected that computer. the same thing is happning when i connect with a...

    Aaina20045 pointsBadges:
  • Batch file to run cisco commands

    How do I create a simple .BAT file to run on 25 devices for the purpose of getting "show fabric errors" output. And/or, does anyone know of a tool that I can do this with?    

    Vtrim5 pointsBadges:
  • Call Manager Overhead Paging using a 2610 Router

    Hi all, I need help to config a speedial number to dial a 2610 router I have setup for E/M signalling for overhead paging. Thanks

    Cisco56235 pointsBadges:
  • education

    hello sir. i have done ccna but i want goo for network security field what course is sutable after the ccna ..and also doing MCP. pls tell me ...

    Johnyrawat15 pointsBadges:
  • RIP and OSPF security

    can anybody explain to me the Routing Information Protocols and Open Shortest Path First security....how it works and how does it make sure the protocols is secured....?

    Shafa5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco ACL deny icmp

    I have three cisco core 4506 and working with 20 different vlans. i am trying to create deny icmp for vlan 67 subnet 192.168.40.0 255.255.255.224. i tried in many way but i am fail. any host can ping to this subnet and this subnet can ping to any host. but i want to deny for both.  

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • FTP over SSL issue

    Hello Guys, I am going into an issue and I don't really know how to solve it. I am trying to estabilish FTP over SSL connection between a V5R2 AS400 and a AIX in a vendor company. The connection has been established NATing the IP address flowing the over the internet. The problem isL when I try to...

    Brunocl230 pointsBadges:
  • DLink and Cisco Routers

    Can Dlink switch works with a cisco router?

    Microsys5 pointsBadges:
  • 2 dhcp server 1 dsl router

    Hello, how can I setup 2 dhcp server with switch each and 1 dsl router and both can get internet connections

    Rukiee5 pointsBadges:
  • when receiver send ACK for multiple packets?

    I studied tcp sliding window. From there, sender can send several packets without receive ACK from sender based on window size. But in captured packet, receiver send ACK after received two or three packets from server. Why it works like this? window size is enough to get more packets.

    ITKE344,900 pointsBadges:

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