• Looking for a low-powered Linux based router or NAS

    We have to replace our Linksys router with a more powerful box but we need to keep a low power footprint. Here's what we need: Wi-Fi access point NAT routing NAS for USB hard disks Print server report We're thinking of getting a Netbook but we're not sure about the power consumption. What other...

    ITKE407,500 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the second LAN port used for on a NAS?

    We have a NAS that has two different ethernet ports. One's connected to the router. We haven't connected the second one but we heard that if we connected it, it would double the speed of data to and from the NAS. We're using the USB port for backup. But what should we really use the second LAN port...

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  • IPX/SPX vs TCP/IP

    What's the difference between IPX/SPX vs TCP/IP?

    amdmeek5 pointsBadges:
  • How to hack my ISP

    Hello sir. I am Flamean. Nice to meet you. I actually am having problems with my internet speed. I am new to the torrent stuff. I upgraded my internet plan for that. But I get low speeds (9mbps on speedtest, 1mbps on utorrent). Many of the clients of the ISP have bribed them for more internet....

    Flamean5 pointsBadges:
  • Why use Inter-VLAN routing?

    Doesn't it defeat the purpose of having VLAN in the first place (segments of the network isolated), with Inter-VLAN routing we will be able to access devices in a different VLAN.

    antropitecus5 pointsBadges:
  • How to copy files from one NAS drive to another

    We have two NAS drives that are connected through a router via Ethernet. We also have a wireless laptop and we request that our data needs to be copied from one NAS drive to the next one. Would anyone know if the network traffic goes directly from one drive to the next? Or through the laptop?...

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  • DHCP Redesign

    We have two ranges: 192.168.100.x on 255.255.255.0 192.168.101.x on 255.255.254.0 100 is our main LAN range 101 is for other networking equipment and Wireless. We have 1 DHCP server hosted on Server 2003 on the 100 range. There are 3 "multi-function" AP's on the 101 all running independent DHCP...

    darkenzeta15 pointsBadges:
  • Is SQL 2000 STD installed in Crystal Reports with an ISV?

    In Crystal Reports 9 is SQL 2000 STD installed with an ISV?

    kevin3215 pointsBadges:
  • Modern alternative to Cobalt Qube

    Is there a modern alternative to the old Cobalt Qube - email/printer server/dhcp - that small business can use with the buying servers etc? Thank you (in advance)! Mark

    MarkieMarkmark5 pointsBadges:
  • How to remove LAN/WAN IP

    What's the procedure of removing LAN/WAN IP.

    akjana5 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect a leased line with four wireless routers

    How can I connect a leased line with four wireless routers?

    debarshi5 pointsBadges:
  • What is a sub-par network?

    I want to know the meaning of sub-par network.

    sima182815 pointsBadges:
  • Are the CCNA and MCSE good certifications for network or software engineers?

    I wanted to get a CCNA Cisco certification, but when I asked my local institution about it they suggested I take the CCNA plus the MSCE. Will this be the right option if I'm looking to be either a network engineer or software engineer? Is a networking or software career more profitable than the...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Backup remote websites in PHP

    Does someone know of a good PHP option that could backup several remote websites using FTP? It needs to be easy to configure and the possibility to run through a CRON job (it wouldn't hurt to have a local storage of backup files too). Thanks so much!

    ITKE407,500 pointsBadges:
  • Network System Design

    Hi, I would like to ask some question about network design. I am going to design a network system for 2 building with 4 levels each. Estimated 90-100 staff in total. Currently, the idea is to install switches for each level except level 1 and level 2 which are sharing the same switches due to less...

    chingsong5 pointsBadges:
  • Why is OSI not popular?

    Does anyone know why OSI is not popular in the industry?

    wassa235 pointsBadges:
  • Why do we use LOOPBACK in BGP?

    In BGP, when there is more than one path between tow routers, why do we use LOOPBACK?

    mortezaahmadi5 pointsBadges:
  • Is IMS necessary?

    Why we should go toward IMS? Because nowadays the OTTs have very strong capability to absorb the subscribers (Voice service) with lower offered fees so in order to have a very agile network and to have less cost and gain more (better efficiency) does the IMS is a good solution?

    Roya13945 pointsBadges:
  • Design WLAN (including infra requirements) for a new office with only internet lease line available?

    How do I design a WLAN (including infra requirements) for my new office with only an Internet lease line available?

    kaura25 pointsBadges:
  • MDI OR MDIX Configuration

    Is MDI OR MDIX configurable on a Cisco Switch?

    Surferdargent5 pointsBadges:

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