• Should we host our own DNS?

    We have our own ISP that's giving us a DNS for our domain. Here's the problem: It's imposing limitations for adding records. So we have thought about running our own DNS. Should we go this route? Should we just have our ISP do this?

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • Plugging two ends of network cable into single router

    At my home, can I plug two ends of my network cable into a single switch or router? If I do this, will I have any problems on my network? Thanks!

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • Command line tool for reverse DNS look-up

    Does anyone know if there's a command line too that would do a reverse DNS look-up in Microsoft Windows? I've already tried several things including NSLOOKUP and HOST but those don't work. Thanks for the help!

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  • Finding hostname from IP address using a Windows network

    Currently, I have a LAN that has a number of Windows hosts. On my command line, I usually ping it to get the IP address of one of the Windows machines. Is there a way to get the hostname of one specific IP address in the same Windows workgroup?

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  • Cisco WebEx error message: We can’t connect to your webcam

    When joining a meeting the user gets this message popping up every 5 seconds, "we can't connect to your webcam". The webcam has been tested and works, but something with WebEx isn't jiving with it.

    emerzwski5 pointsBadges:
  • How to alot 1 MBPS link in every system

    Dear sir, I have a 100 system in my network and I have 10 MBPS (Airtel broadband ) connection. Can you please tell me how to alot 1 MBPS per system?

    juguljee865 pointsBadges:
  • Implement MIB and database into a network management system

    What's the difference between the database of a network management system and its MIB. How do you implement each in a network management system?

    faizkrazzy5 pointsBadges:
  • Whats the best all-in-one laser printer that toner can easily be refilled?

    There are so many printers out there and they're all trying to rip you off. I need a laser all in one printer that I can simply refill the toner. I don't care about print quality so much. I tried the brother printers but every time I tried refilling the toner and setting the dials back to the...

    tempokill5 pointsBadges:
  • How to set Group Policy Settings in Workgroup environment using Windows XP

    We have around 30 PCs in workgroup environment. Operating System is Windows XP. We want to set up Group Policy on all the system for setting up common wallpapers, profile settings, security etc. How can we setup group policy in Workgroup PCs having Operating System as Windows XP? Do we have to...

    Sunilhotwani5 pointsBadges:
  • Small network patching for SMBs

    I am looking for a Patching tool for small home based, and small business based networks with no servers. I used Retina, BigFix, SCCM and others in my last job, but I am doing some consulting for a small startup, and need a small scale solution. Would be optimal if I could access remotely, so as to...

    SgtGus135 pointsBadges:
  • Should I run antivirus software on our Linux DNS servers?

    We were recently audited and now we need to install new antivirus software for our DNS servers that are running Linux. The actually servers weren't compromised but it was a recommendation. Should we go through with this? If so, what antivirus should we use?

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  • How do I list DNS records for website?

    Our organization is running an internal DNS for one of our websites. We have a machine on the network that we need to find ASAP. But the issue is that we forgot the name. Can we see a list of all the domain records for the website?

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • Do I need to separate data and voice using a softphone VoIP?

    Do I need to create a voice and data VLAN for a softphone? I would if I had a phone but without the phone the PC will not be able to tag the VLAN with one NIC. What is the best solution to separate the voice from the data traffic?

    shelby545 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect a Windows PC to OpenVPN server on a Linux machine

    Hi, I installed OpenVPN on a Linux machine within my home LAN. Everything went fine including generating the *.crt and *.key files. I tried to connect my PC (on same LAN) to the openvpn using "OpenVPN client", but the latter doesn't allow using the *.crt and *.key files I generated, so it failed....

    zariapps55 pointsBadges:
  • Find out which LDAP connection string we’re on for our corporate network

    My team is working off our corporate network that's running AD and we need to do some LDAP testing. However, we're having a problem trying to get our LDAP connection string. Is there a way to find it? We do know the domain we're on but that's about it. Thank you!

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up QoS connection with VLAN

    Hello, I installed a wireless network with access point, router Cisco 2800 series switch with a Cisco Catalyst 3550. I set up 3 VLAN 1, 2, 3. I would like to set up a QoS connection to regular with 60% for the first, VLAN 1 , VLAN 2 for 25% ,3 for 15%. Thank you for your help!

    joelbadji120 pointsBadges:
  • Connect to Cyberoam VPN

    Does cyberoam provide any API or other files to connect Cyberoam VPN through code?

    bhagyeshkd5 pointsBadges:
  • Routers for controlling network bandwidth

    Hi, I have configured a server with Untangle OS installed in it which is managing 4 ISP and managing internet bandwidth. But I have my team complaining on slow browsing even after 100% bandwidth released. I have 1 leased line of 6 MBPS 2 lines of 50 MBPS. Am I missing out on anything or kindly...

    mujeebjeelani25 pointsBadges:
  • Can we change the initial name format at a user level for a FTP session?

    Can we change the initial name format at a user level for a FTP session? Any setting in the user profile or in JBOD? As currently, we can see its taking from defaults on CHGFTPA command.

    anaya140 pointsBadges:
  • Finding a rogue DHCP server in our network

    Our department thinks there's a rogue DHCP server inside our network. Is there a way we can find it? Would DHCP Probe work for us? Thank you.

    ITKE413,315 pointsBadges:

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