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    HI, I have recently completed Polytechnic Engineering in Computer Science & Post Graduate Diploma in IT. Now I want to complete the CCNA, Please tell me how should i PROCEED & which study material & BookI should consult. Thanks Mir A

    Mirahsaan5 pointsBadges:
  • Putting it together Cisco Router and Switch

    can someone please tell me how to get a cisco router and a cisco switch hooked up to my home network so it can be my lab with access to the outside world via my home network non-cisco router? I'm tired of pulling my hair out.

    Rob1715 pointsBadges:
  • Allowing junior Network Admins to do their job

    Hello, I need to allow some it staff to be able to add computers to the domain, install software on all systems and be full local admins on every box in the domain. Can you suggest a way to do this via gpo? or script? - or both? Thanks !

    Ssafford5 pointsBadges:
  • Forwarding emails in Outlook

    I can forward emails with no issue on work computer through outllook. All previous email text is inlcuded to include attachment if any. When I enter into outlook web access, different story. When I try to forward an email it will forward but none of the text from the previous person appears and...

    Hnsipm5 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot connect using VNC, or Ping past my local exchange ? ?

    Hi I've been trying to connect using VNC to my computer at home, but keep getting the same error that the connection has timed out. I tried pinging the IP but that also timed out. I thought it may be a problem from my current location so did a trace route and that connected up till the 16th hop...

    Vrumm5 pointsBadges:
  • SBS 2003 / Exchange internal email issue

    We got a SBS2003 installed and it comes with its own exchange. We have set it up for internal emails and for external emails, we’ve a smart host at our ISP. So whenever someone email to someone inside office, it goes to exchange, exchange recognized it as internal email and does not send it out...

    ITKE354,330 pointsBadges:
  • Connect:Direct batch script and direct.exe run

    Hi, How do i create a batch file that I can schedule in order to start a DWP PROCESS at a given time, even when using Direct.exe.

    Itgencd5 pointsBadges:
  • Set up a frame relay for 20 users

    You are a single-domain company planning to add another location.How would I go about setting up a frame relay and domain controller for at least 20 users?

    Michelle79k5 pointsBadges:
  • Why would my L3 switch drop 20-80% of my pings?

    Hi all, We are moving from a Linux based router to a L3 switch, Dell 6224. I've never configured a router before but I have experience with the Linux firewall, DHCP, DNS, etc. configuration so I was picked to configure the new router/ switch. We have 8+ subnets (labs) in the current configuration...

    Zork62615 pointsBadges:
  • mapping drive automatically

    I have question, how to mapping drive auto to user when they login.I use Terminal Service Client that i want they all put they data on server.Example i have folder on D:/Share on server i want when theyuser login,automatically mapping drive z on they computer and only him that can see they file on...

    Bongbelajar15 pointsBadges:
  • Multi point architecture with Orion monitoring

    I want to know that I can use another type of architecture to do monitoring with Orion 9.0, the first is with SNMP. The application itself polls using ICMP and collects statistics using SNMP

    Petter3105 pointsBadges:
  • Running a performance baseline trace on a SQL server

    When you are running a performance baseline trace on a SQL server, how long do you typically run the trace? Or, do you run multiple traces at various times of the day?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • How to establish a hotspot with http-proxy needed local wired lan on PC?

    Greetings, The situation is that my local wired lan needs a http-proxy for surfing on Internet, also this proxy supports ftp,https service. Now I want to creat a wireless hotspot on my laptop for sharing my Internet connection with my colleague. The laptop has both XP and Vista OS with both wired...

    Begabte10 pointsBadges:
  • NAT on vSwitches in ESX 3.5

    Hi, I am in the process of setting up a separate windows domain in our ESX Environment but I will have to separate this windows domain from the already existing windows domain. It is possible to set up ESX vSwitches in such a way that a completely separate network is created - no other traffic MUST...

    Phazza5 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual MACs keep changing

    Using Vristual Server 2003 R2 on a 2003 Ent Server. One program I run uses the MAC address for licensing. Twice I have had to Remove and Recreate to VM, and each time the MAC changes, requiring me to have to request a new license key. If I have to do this again, for for other VM, how can I control...

    Schoelow5 pointsBadges:
  • Routing bet diff ISP

    Dear Sir, I have one cisco 1700 series router with 2T WAN interface card,currently we using only one WAN interface point to point link,speed 1 mbps. I have one 2 mbps RF link witch is directly terminate on LAN switch and router's fastethernet is also connecting the same switch, both link use for...

    Mojad5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Access Permission

    Network access problem description: • My network is a hybrid wired & wired mix, simple peer to peer • Purpose is shared internet access along with file & printer sharing • A single Router / modem connects to DSL • One computer connected to the router with a wired – Ethernet cable • The...

    Rgw5 pointsBadges:
  • hp procurve switch ports

    hp procurve switch ports go offline frequently and comes back online after some time.what may be the problem?I am using three types of switches in the network.Among that only 2848 series is having the issue.

    Bichoo5 pointsBadges:
  • How to derive bandwidth from the frequency of Cat6 cables

    How do you derive bandwidth (bits per second) from the frequency of Cat6 cable (250MHz for example)? It is known that Cat6 can carry up to 1 Gbps.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Best way to link servers for remote access

    I am currently looking at setting up an additional office (approx 60 miles from HQ) and have only a very limited understanding of IT technology. What is the best way of linking servers to provide remote access and what are the comparative costs (for budgeting purposes) for the different systems...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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