• PPP

    I'm trying to connect my system with another system via the serial cable using ppp, but my ppp0 interface is not up. How can i bring my ppp0 interface up?? Also, If i use ifconfig command I get the following error , root@LinuxWS2:~# ifconfig ppp0 192.168.2.2 dstaddr 192.168.2.1 SIOCSIFADDR: No such...

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  • CISCO commands

    What CISCO command would you use to see devices connected to a switch\router?

    Rmatt5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I print from within a DOS program (FoxPro) to a wireless printer?

    How do I print from within a DOS program (FoxPro) to a HP OfficeJet j6480 wireless printer?

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  • Question about FTP QUOTE SITE – Tandem to Mainframe

    I read your answer about the following quote site working for unix and winnt sending to a mainframe. Will this same quote site work for a Tandem to Mainframe transfer? quote site file=jes put my.jcl Thanks.

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  • Remote Access Windows Server 2003

    I'm trying to set up remote access to our network for a user. The domain account is created (as a member of Domain User and Remote Desktop Users, not an administrator) as is the roaming profile he is to use on the Windows 2003 server he'll be accessing. I pointed his AD profile to the roaming...

    Mikhill5 pointsBadges:
  • IFS permissions

    Hello All, We have a PDF in a subfolder of the root folder in the IFS. If I create a mapped network drive to the folder using the System i name then I can open the PDF. If I create a mapped network drive to the folder using the System i IP address then I cannot open the PDF. I get an access denied...

    Beadams30 pointsBadges:
  • Interconnectivity WLAN and LAN computer on a network

    We have a wireless router connected to the server so that all other laptop and wireless devices can access the internet and share printers. The server is on a LAN while the laptops are on WLAN. There's a printer connected to a computer on the LAN but the Laptops can not seem to connect to the...

    SOZ5 pointsBadges:
  • STATIC IP ADDRESS REQUIRE WITHIN A CISCO 4006 SWITCH USING VLAN

    Hi Guys, I have a VLAN configured on a Cisco 4006 switch port, I have already create VLAN 210 on the switch, and assign some of the interface to that VLAN 210, now there is requirement that I need to provide some static ip addresses to couple of devices Now my problem is that I know that I need to...

    Gbollyd5 pointsBadges:
  • ISP’s over leasing lines.

    Is there a way to tell if my ISP provider is leasing out T1 to other companies?

    Tredzensky5 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the highest position in an IT consulting career path?

    I've been working as a pre-sales, technical consultant for more than two years, and I have two questions: 1. What's the highest attainable level in the technical consulting career path? Should I expect to see a senior level or managing position? 2. What tools should I use to keep developing myself...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How to Manage Network

    In our office we have 45 stations running in windows XP Professional Services Pack 2, and we have a Dialup conection for downloading file automaticaly from all shopes.and we have on internet adsl conection and one domain controller.here we are using two range of ip.192.16.201.10 and 10.0.0.10.? in...

    7864510 pointsBadges:
  • Remote connections

    What does a high number of IMAP4 remote connections and disconnections signify?

    Big small15 pointsBadges:
  • High ping latency correlation with high server activity

    Hello, I got a situation that some servers in our network (connected with giga switch) have sometimes high latency peaks more than 10ms that usually at <1 or =1 ms latency. those servers are intensive memory,cpu,disk ,network about 30 to 40 % average usage. my question ,is there any correlation...

    Tbaror45 pointsBadges:
  • NDM VS SWIFT

    NDM Vs SWIFT Which one is better , cost and efficieny wise for data transmission? What are the parameters that one would weigh while selecting NDM for data transmission instead of SWIFT? Do you have any comparative analysis of the two ?

    Nirmalaa5 pointsBadges:
  • Postscript Printers

    What constitutes a Postscript Printer?

    SPSBrown5 pointsBadges:
  • Vista Wi-fi Network from Laptop?

    Hi, I've got a Laptop with Vista Home Premium which has a Wi-fi adaptor built-in. The laptop is connected to my home network using ethernet UTP and has an internet connection through the network. What I'd like to be able to do is share the internet connection through the Wi-fi (to allow internet...

    Gilly40023,730 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t ping a network notebook?

    I have a notebook that is using network resources and a IP address from our DHCP server. But I am unable to ping this notebook, no XP firewall or McAfee firewall.

    4410 pointsBadges:
  • One Way Ping

    Hi All I have a point to point wireless link configured in routing mode with Network end connected through a switch to firewall. IP's are configured as follows: Ethernet IP: 10.1.1.99 Wireless IP: 10.0.0.10 G/W : 10.1.1.1 firewall The subscriber (remote end) Ethernet IP: 172.16.1.150 Wireless IP:...

    Wex Mark5 pointsBadges:
  • Show Interface Command Output

    Can anybody interprete "show interface" command output on cisco routers?

    Gajjar35 pointsBadges:
  • How to build a domain

    I'm trying to build a domain. I would like to confirm the order of steps to sucessfully accomplish this task. Such as build a domain controller first, DNS then Exchange 2003 server. The os for the servers are all Windows Server 2003. Any help would be appreciated.

    -Joe-5 pointsBadges:

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