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    Why switches are called catalyst switches?

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    How do I set-up my laptop's to connect to the PC's wireless connection?

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  • Reminder: Microsoft Live Cloud Chat Tomorrow 02/23, 11 am – 2 pm ET

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  • Netlogon service in Active directory, server 2003

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  • Router Troubleshooting Cisco 7500 series

    can any one tell me how to check which interface is utilizing more bandwidth in high end routers(7500 ,10000 series) if so many interface are configured? since we cant check each and every interface at the time of slowness.

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  • Dropping client access sessions over VPN

    My CA sessions keep dropping. My VPN connection is solid. I am using standard VPN provided by Windows XP. If I start up a MochaSoft session first (do not even need to sign on to AS/00) All my CA sessions stay connected. How come I have to have MochaSoft up to keep CA sessions going.

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  • WAN bandwidth optimization vs. WAN optimization

    Is WAN bandwidth optimization a particular type of WAN optimization, or are the two terms synonymous?

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  • L2 versus L3 on your WAN

    We are running Comcast Fiber between sites.  I was wondering what the best practice is for using Layer 2 or Layer 3 across the link.  We current use both.  Are there security reasons for doing one versus the other?  Also interested in hearing general thoughts on it.

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  • dial up and router

    Is it possible to use a router with a dial up connection?

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  • Forwarding an external line to an internal extension in Unified CM

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  • Can you pull the model number from newer HP machine BIOS?

    I need to pull the machine's model number from the BIOS in order to obtain warranty information; the HP web site requires that now. I don't see the model number in the newer HP machine's BIOS. Can this be inserted @ factory or is it stored elsewhere and I’m missing it? This is not a problem for...

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  • WDS Network Boot issue Lenovo 7413-A93, A92 model?

    I am having Lenovo 7413-A93 & A92 systems. NIC Card was Marvell Yukon 88E8057 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller. Time of Network boot through WDS, try to Capturing Image, it goes upto drive selection for capture image and after it stop working. try to Pushing Image, it goes upto boot process...

    Karthikselvam160 pointsBadges:
  • linux / Windows server

    a network runing on workgroup networking. i want to install mail server on its.what is better option for me choose linux server or window server (AD).we have 100 user on my network please give me appro suggestion

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  • Intel’s Open Port IT Scavenger Hunt has launched: Win a laptop and other great prizes.

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  • Acronis multicast and pxe boot over multiple vlans

    I just recently set up my switches to segregate my network into vlans and I have a sonicwall router to allow for inter vlan communication. I also have a server with acronis installed on it so I can image all of my computers when I need to do so. The problem now is, is that since I've enabled my...

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  • Best Linux distribution for a VPN Server

    Would like to ask, what is the best Linux distribution to be use as a VPN Server. Im actually a newbie interms of VPN, but as far as my researching is getting me something, thought we need VPN connection using IPSec. is that right IPSec? And how does it work? Really appreciate any answers..........

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  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Feb. 16, 2010

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  • network design for 3 different companies in one building

    Hi, I have a task to make a proposal on designing a network for 3 different companies sharing the same building floor with seprate file and print server. The network will be on base of 1Gb/s Ethernet and Wi-Fi. What is the best solution for bring those companies into one network share and keep...

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  • Studies On The Effects Of Errors On Network Performance

    Does anyone know of a research study, lab test result, or white paper that addresses specifically the effects of errors on network response times? I've found hundreds that deal with the causes of errors, although without specifics, but none that correlate the degrees of errors on the network with...

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