• SBS 2003 & Switches

    I recently replaced an 8 port switch with a 24 port switch on my sbs 2003 network. This connected fine to the server LAN but with no connectivity to the internet - all other workstations showed "Limited or no connectivity" - any ideas what I am doing wrong? Thanks

    Compucure205 pointsBadges:
  • Cheap, Good and Easy way to rout and load balance a second Internet uplink

    We would like to add a second Internet line into our school. I'm looking for an easy solution, because I have very limited knowledge of networking. It needs to be inexpensive, because we are on a show string budget (like everyone else right now except the banks). And it needs to do a good job of...

    Techobi25 pointsBadges:
  • logging on as administrator on a user’s windows vista computer

    how can i login on a user computer(windows vista) on windows server 2003 network. probably the user put certain permissions,how can i change that

    Dawdaw210 pointsBadges:
  • Contest Update: Nominate a member and you could win 1 of 5 Amazon gift cards

    A quick and important update on our Panasonic flatscreen contest and the nominations process -- we will be giving away five (5) $20 Amazon.com gift cards at random to members who nominate someone in the community feedback form here. Thanks!

    ITKE983,205 pointsBadges:
  • Ping Problem

    When I ping my Default Gateway, it shows 5% to 10% loss. But when I ping my DNS it show proper pinging

    Somak5 pointsBadges:
  • Security Risk

    What is the most unexpected risk we can have on a network?

    Jsjules5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN hacking

    I have setup VPN and have noticed, unknown address trying to established VPN with my internet PIX how can i block the user on my PIX515e?

    Apara10 pointsBadges:
  • Subnets for Exchange 2010 and Domain Controllers

    Is there security advantage of having domain controllers on different subnet from member servers hosting Exchange 2010 (MBX, CAS, HUB)? Or due to number of required ports to be open the firewall essentially becomes a "swiss cheese".

    Thomas199125 pointsBadges:
  • The most-watched IT questions this week: Sept. 22, 2009

    Curious as to what the most popular IT questions and answers are on  ITKE? So were we! So we’ve been watching the watchlists, so to speak, to bring you the top 10 questions, answers and discussions at the top of user watchlists this week. Read them all at our Community Blog.

    Michael Morisy8,598 pointsBadges:
  • Domain vs workgroup

    I set up a software programme on server 2003 and used it on workstation by workgroup set up instead of domain.there seems to be lot of errors coming with use of the software mostly on server,which is non dedicated. Would domain solve this problem?

    Renulaks135 pointsBadges:
  • best routing protocol for frame relay network

    what is the best routing protocol to use when seting up a frame relay network

    ITKE983,205 pointsBadges:
  • how to take backup of win2003server in domain enviornment

    how to take backup of win2003server in domain enviornment

    Hi520 pointsBadges:
  • How can I link 4 desk top units, 4 printers, 2 faxes into a network?

    Can this be done linking 4 printers, 4 desk tops, 2 printers and a lap top i one network into 1 internet connection?

    Thumb5 pointsBadges:
  • What is GridFTP and why is it adapted?

    What is GridFTP and how and why is it used?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • rollover cable

    Do the connections to swiches always have to be serial/pc to Rj45 to console? or is there another connection cable?

    Ccna15 pointsBadges:
  • Mysterious wireless network problem

    We have a wireless network in our small high school that is usually trouble-free. Server is 2003 server; clients are XP Professional. We use roaming profiles. There is a bank of five HP laptops in the library that use this wireless connectivity. The machines are identical in model and OS. Four of...

    Britinga425 pointsBadges:
  • How to subnet networks to separate guest Internet access from server access.

    I have a small network system in my office, and I have three optional network points for guests. The problem is that guests can access our server when they are connected to the Internet. How can I separate Internet access from server access through Subnetting for the guests?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • l2l vpn

    we have vpn l2l tunnel name xyz 192.168.2.5, 192.168.2.6 are maped to the tunnel the vpn tunnel working fine but we added another ip 192.168.2.6 to vpn tunnel and move this server to dmz It is showing that the traffic cumming from outside is decrypting but it is not encrypting and going back....

    Ekansh400 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 3700 router with 2 seperate networks

    i have 2 different networks (181 and 180) running to the same router. i would like for them to "talk" to each other. how would i do this?

    ITKE983,205 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create user specific access passwords to limit folder access on a server?

    How can I make it so users are prompted for a password when they select their folder on a network using Windows 2003 server?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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