dhcploc.exe is what I use.
View Answer | July 11, 2011 4:42 PM
DHCP, DHCP server, DHCP Server Configuration, Network security, Wireless routers
Your security settings are found on the Linksys admin web page. Log on using the default user name and password provided in the documentation and navigate to the security settings to set up your encryption. You will want to change the default logon and password while you are there as well.
View Answer | July 11, 2011 3:05 PM
Encryption keys, Network Encryption, Wireless router configuration, Wireless routers
AD absolutely still require DNS. It does not have to be on the same machine as a domain controller but it does need a DNS system to talk to.
View Answer | July 8, 2011 6:37 PM
Active Directory, DNS, DNS server, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
You have decisions to make. Is the corporate DHCP your only DHCP provider or will you have the wireless router provide DHCP? Will you use NAT on the wireless router? Does the wireless router have a firewall and will you manage it? My suggestion is to disable DHCP, NAT and the firewall on the wireless [...]
View Answer | July 8, 2011 5:05 PM
DHCP, DHCP Configuration, Static IP address, Static IP Configuration, Wireless router, Wireless router configuration
“Cloud based Offferings” We used to call these ‘computer bureaux’ We used to be extremely concerned about handing custody of our business critical data and trade secrets to a 3rd party. Nothing has changed. Handing over control of your property to someone else doesn’t let you abdicate responsibility for it. Computer systems, like nuclear power [...]
View Answer | July 8, 2011 8:40 AM
AS/400, Business Intelligence, Channel, CIO, Cloud Computing, CRM, Database, DataCenter, Development, Exchange, Linux, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Networking, Open IT Forum, Oracle, Platform integration, Platform Solutions, SAP, Security, SQL Server, Storage, Virtualization, VoIP, Windows Server
The difference, I’ve found, between HP and Cisco switches operationally is nill. They both do the job. Yes, they’re different but similar enough to not give you too much of a headache. In any event, once you get used to them, they’re not a problem. The CLI is mostly semantic; “Display” vs “Show”, for example, [...]
View Answer | July 7, 2011 8:59 PM
Cisco, Cisco Routers and Cisco Switches, HP, HP switches, Networking, Open IT Forum, Routers, Switches
If you are struggling to run an application on the hardware you have re-provisioning system resources will only be a short term fix. Looking at the spec you put up I would strongly recommend jumping onto the sandy bridge bandwagon. Then you won’t have this issue.
View Answer | July 7, 2011 1:05 PM
Hardware, Interoperability, Microprocessors, Networking, NIC, Printers, Software, Storage, Tech support
This can easily be done by letting users ssh into a screen session. First, install the screen package: On RedHat # yum install screen On Debian/Ubuntu: $ sudo apt-get install screen If you want them to all have the same screen session, then include this in the .bashrc file: … if [ ps auxw|grep [s]creen [...]
View Answer | July 7, 2011 3:20 AM
Kernels, KVM, Virtual machine manager, Virtual Machine Security, Virtual Machines
Can you ping it? I’d check to see if you are actually getting a valid IP number. Allowing DHCP to do it for you sometimes doesn’t work real well and you need to assign a range of IP address manually. Also, under ‘incoming connections’, properties, internet protocol (tcp/ip) properties do you have the checkbox by [...]
View Answer | July 7, 2011 3:14 AM
Networking services, SQL Database, VPN connection problem, VPN connectivity, VPN issue
If you are talking about desktop computers then no there is no automated way of doing this. If your talking about servers there are a few ways to do this with certain technologies but if you only have a couple of servers it’s not worth it.
View Answer | July 6, 2011 2:56 PM
CPU, CPU Prioritization, Networking, Resource Allocation
It depends on what type of DFS structure you selected. If you selected a domain namespace then the servers will need to be on the same domain/forest or trusted. If you selected a single namespace then you can only use the single DFS server. Replication will work over a WAN as long as each domain [...]
View Answer | July 6, 2011 10:43 AM
DFS, DFS Replication, WAN, WAN optimization, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 administration
Yeah it possible we are running Nexus as our Core Switch and 6500 series are used as distribution, along with WISM for our wireless infrastructure. Cheers Yasir
View Answer | July 6, 2011 4:53 AM
ASA, Networking, Networking Equipment, Nexus, Routing switches
You’ll be needing routers at each office that can handle being VPN endpoints so that the sties can VPN together. Network Switches to cable everything together. I’d recommend a couple of Windows servers running as Active Directory domain controllers for authentication. If you are going to be hosting email yourself you can look at Exchange [...]
View Answer | July 5, 2011 6:46 PM
Database servers, LAN, Local area networks, Network design, Networking
call a subroutine in the module to update – then fire the program (call) if an update occurs based on the status indicator of write or update – basically you are making a control point in the program where all updates occur – (anyone have a job for a rusty AS/400 programmer ? lemme know [...]
View Answer | July 1, 2011 9:06 PM
FTP, FTP Server, iSeries FTP
If your router supports a Secondary IP address on the inside and the router is your default gateway couldn’t you just add an IP address with his current gateway IP address?
View Answer | July 1, 2011 5:43 PM
CAT5, Cisco, IP address, Networking, Windows
You will need Dual stack routers that support both IPV6 and IPV4, or you can us Tunneling, or you can use NAT Protocol Translation known as NAT-PT. It will be a slow transition before from IPV4 to IPV6. You will have to pick the one that is best suited for your network.
View Answer | July 1, 2011 7:38 AM
IP address, IP address management, IPv4, IPv6, networking standards
It is a problem with the IP Filter
View Answer | June 30, 2011 3:24 PM
CSS, Network, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
there is no way to do that on c2950. Possible solutions: 1 – adding a router to your network 2 – replacing your c2950 with a multilayer switch (c3550 is more yhan enough for that purposes and it’s also pretty cheap) 3 – using multihomed (multiple NICs) pc as a router (for example Windows Server).
View Answer | June 30, 2011 7:31 AM
IP address, IP Subnetting, VLAN, VLAN Setup
IPSEC tunnel with encryption no issue go ahead.
View Answer | June 29, 2011 11:02 AM
Cloud Computing, Firewalls, Juniper, Juniper NetScreen-25, NetScreen, Networking, VPN Netscreen Juniper Firewall
It is possible, but it will depend on the SNMP agent running on each equipment. Most SNMP agents report failures or the occurrence of specific events. In this case, a better solution is probably a monitoring server that queries the monitored clients periodically. Depending on the monitoring solution, this could require the installation of a [...]
View Answer | June 28, 2011 7:19 PM
Firewalls, Network monitoring, Network Monitoring Tools, SNMP, SNMP monitoring