• Cisco Video Conferencing overbooking

    Okay so I have a huge issue in my company right now. We have ordered quite a few massive teleprescence rooms from cisco and they are a huge hit. The problem is that since we are offering it to our business units for free initially they are overbooking the rooms which means that they sit idol for...

    Haplo5 pointsBadges:
  • How to identyfy net usage

    I am a system admin in a private company.in my office we have 60 systems and 13 laptops.How can i get each systems internet usage ,not through proxy ,if any body have any idea about any tool please send your comments to robinsmjames@hotmail.com

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  • Implementing access from a remote site to a SQL Server 2000 database

    I have been tasked to set up access from a remote site to a SQL Server 2000 database. The user interface was programmed in .NET. This database will sit outside our firewall and will be protected by its own firewall. The application currently uses an ODBC connection to the database. Do you have any...

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Changing provider Exchange 2003 and SBS 2003

    I am changing provider today and here is my scenario and concerns. My DNS is hosted outside our network (A record-IP 164) then I have a firewall set at 164 and SBS 2003 which has IP 184. For some reason I am concern about my emails when changing IP addresses. I obviously will change the DNS IP to...

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  • Enabling Proxy ARP on a Virtual TCP/IP address

    How can I enable Proxy ARP to a virtual ip address on an iSeries WITHOUT using Ops Navigator? I'm writing a CLP to create ip addresses on the fly for role swaps

    Badkarma40 pointsBadges:
  • What hardware is needed for VPN

    Hi Guys, I'm hoping you can help me. I need to find out what extra hardware I will need to get to provide VPN access into my workplace. We currently have a DSL connection into a Westell 2200 Modem into a Linksys BEFW11S4 router into a Windows 2003 server with one nic. My questions are: 1) Do I need...

    Fullonjohn5 pointsBadges:
  • remote desktop sans xp pro

    so im wondering...whats a good way for me to access my upstairs computer...its networked and everything and i have file and printer sharing set up....but i want to do a remote desktop-esque thing...i have xp home edition and i dont want to upgrade....any ideas?

    Pwner660 pointsBadges:
  • SAN attach Windows servers hang on boot

    I have several IBM X series (342,345,346) servers with Windows 2000 and 2003 loaded. I am experiencing an issue with the server hanging when booting. This only happens when I have the server connected to the SAN. I am using Qlogic 2340 HBA connecting to Cisco 9509 SAN switches. I can see the HBA...

    Chucklong0 pointsBadges:
  • Getting errors backing up a Windows SAN

    I am running a Windows 2003 server on a SAN. using 2 qlogic 2300's connected to the IBM 2109-f16 switch. A IBM 4560slx tape library using a FCO (Fibre channel option) card in the library. The FCO card is connected to the IBM 2109-f16 switch. I have "port" zoned the Server and the library in one...

    MarkLewis10 pointsBadges:
  • Connectivity problem HP Presario V4000

    I can't get an internet connection. We have comcast cable service and a Cisco wireless router. When I try to open MS internet explorer it says I can't connect to server. On connectivity it says I have "limited or no wireless connection" I tried a direct connection to the comcast modem and it still...

    Berniebirdie5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to convert .job files to a new system?

    In my job I migrate lots of servers, to new hardware or to a virtual environment. Now we have to take settings like scheduled tasks along to the new environment. AT is cool, you easily pipe these jobs into a text file, but with the Task Scheduler it is different, as the .job files, under...

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  • Routing Virtual IP Address.

    We have 2 Windows 2003 Terminal Servers and both are part of load balance with a Single Virtual IP Address. For Eg 192.170.2.34 is virtual ip, and any User tries to connect to this ip address will be diverted to any one Server IP eg 192.179.2.33 or 192.170.2.32. accoring to load. But when users...

    Mysore0 pointsBadges:
  • san consideration for backup: hba

    Can 1 hba be used to access disk storage and tape devices on a SAN? Is this a good practice? Thanks.

    veritatis0 pointsBadges:
  • How can I run Exchange in two office?

    I have an office in the US which controls my exchange server and I VPN out to my 2nd office in Peru. I want to run a second instance of Exchange in my Peru office so our email system does not go down if my US office is down. How do I do that now that everything is setup the way it is. I have DC in...

    Notanexpert15 pointsBadges:
  • What are the wireless standards?

    What are the wireless standards?

    Rubben0216245 pointsBadges:
  • questions related to networking networking.

    If there are two different networks, how PC comes to know that another PCis from different network(without a router)?

    Bhagwat5 pointsBadges:
  • Remote e-mail acess Outlook Exchange 2003

    Ok so I work as the technology director for a school district in Arizona. A very small school. And the superintedant (my boss) would like to acess her e-mail from her laptop from home, etc. via the internet. i know i dont have any dedicated servers for vpn or ras. so can someone help me out, give...

    Templarvisonz60 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6 subnet size?

    In IPv4 we normally design our subnets (with direct relationship to Vlan for ease of use as well) to 255 hosts using a /24 subnet mask. i.e. 10.10.10.0/24 is Vlan 10 with 10.10.10.1 being the default gateway. In IPv6 what is the thought process of creating “subnet” on a LAN and VLans? I know...

    Bakergarry5 pointsBadges:
  • IP address question.

    I have some access units that come from the factory with the same default IP address. When we connect the units to the network to configure them we get IP address conflicts. Is there any way to isolate the units so we can configure them without having to do one at a time? Thanks, Ernesto

    E bol5 pointsBadges:
  • Designing and Planning MOSS 2007 Deployment

    Hi IT Folks: Currently I am planning to deploy MOSS 2007 in my university. Currently we have a setup of 1200 systems including laptops and desktops. I want to design a efficient topology and license decision. What should I gather as requirements or information which will be helpful in my planning?...

    Najamss15 pointsBadges:

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