• What type of network gigabit switch

    We are a small office and currently have a Dell Power Connect 2124 24 port switch. I would like to upgrade to a 48 port switched seif managed.. Would the Dell PC 2748 suit our needs? Or can I use what we have and only route the PCs and laptops to the new giga switch?

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  • Active Directory domain controller running DNS server on Windows Server 2003 question

    I have an active directory domain controller running DNS server on win 2003 server. I want to change my address schema so i need to change ip address for this server. What do i need to do with DNS SOA and NS records and A records. Can i just change server ip address or what

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  • I have an existing domain controller with Active Directory integrated DNS installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported.

    I have an existing domain controller with active directory integrated dns installed but in has to be decommissioned as the hardware is not supported.. All workstations and servers have the ip of this server as the primary dns. I have built another dc with ad integrated dns on it. As I don't want to...

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  • Cisco T1 configuration

    Currently have three cisco 2600s connected via T1s to a 3600 at the main branch. Right now the T1s are connected to TSU 100 (one 120) units, then into a serial WIC (1T) in the routers. We have T1 DSU/CSU cards to replace the serial wics. What would be the best configuration for the new WICs? (we...

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  • CCNA relation to MCSA/UNIX ???

    a lot of community college offer "Network adminstrator certification class" which teach people with basic network knowledge for example such as TCP/IP, window 2003 server and UNIX/LINUX , I might take that as my first step as entry level tech,and will continued to study either MCSA , CCNA or Unix,...

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  • Site to Site (IPSEC) vpn connections restart

    Hi, I'm arvind from India. I'm using IPSec VPN for site to site communications between PIX 515 and Nomadix Gateway. I'm accessing the pix through the PDM. When ever I change any configurations in pix immediately some sites are getting down. Immediately, i used to check some commands in pix, after 2...

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  • How can I use OWA with Active Directory authentication?

    I am trying to configure Outlook Web Access (OWA) for the office. OWA works fine except when an Active Directory (AD) user has “log on to workstation restrictions;” the user can’t get on OWA via the virtual private network (VPN). When I grant access to all workstations in the domain there is...

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  • Multi-Vpn Setup: can access all subnets when in office, while vpn’d can only access local subnet

    I am having troubles with vpn users being able to see other subnets. It is set up as follows Any computer locally on the domain can see / ping/ access any other computer on any subnet / location. When someone vpn's into any of the routers they can only see the local subnet of the router they are...

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  • A simple port scanner

    I want a simple port scanner which display the open ports and their purpose of all the systems that are up in a LAN.

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  • Windows Server 2003 disappears from Network Places

    We have a 3 server Windows 2003 Server network. One of these servers disappears periodically from the computers listed in "My Network Places". It will re-appear for a few days or weeks and then drop off the list again. I can search for it and find it, and it gives no problems other than this. But...

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  • option 252 with vista

    I'm using option 252 in dhcp to specify my proxy server. It works just fine with windows XP and 2k. However, vista machines will not get a dhcp address. If I give the machine a static address and manually point ie to the proxy.pac file it works just fine. Does anyone have any ideas on whats going...

    Payne20 pointsBadges:
  • Account access through VPN

    I have a single Active Directory Domain. I have one domain account that I want a consultant to use through VPN. I want this consultant to only login to just one server in the domain. How I can accomplish that in my Active Directory domain?

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless and DHCP Leases

    I'm looking for a recommendation on DHCP and a Windows wireless IAS network using 802.11x. We currently set clients to expire leases every 5 days. However on the wireless network this causes them to drop off the network and re-authenticate if the lease expires mid day. Any suggestions on the best...

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  • Differences between synchronous and asynchronous data transfers

    What is the difference between a synchronous and an asynchronous data transfer?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Collisions in network cable

    I still get collisions on one of my network cables even when I have a switch. Is this to do with the cable I'm using? What can I do?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • DOMAIN

    My server is windows server 2003 standard edition but on trying to put guys on domain it gets too slow in accessing programs and files from the server. Why?? hence i'd rather prefer users being in a workgorup, plz assist coz i really wanna put guyz in a Domain.

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  • Cisco pix vpn access

    I have 1 main office and 3 remote offices connected by Cisco Pix's. The main server and email server are in the main office. As long as the computers are on the network everything is fine. The main office has a vpn set up for remote users and it works fine. The other offices want this set up as...

    Rowley61320 pointsBadges:
  • Project management, network design for public hotspot

    I want to provide a public hot spot at my restaurant but I need to protect the computers that are on the wired LAN created by the WAP router. I need to protect the wired devices from unauthorized access but still provide authorized access for PC-Anywhere and video surveillance cameras. How can I do...

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  • Patch Panel cabling

    I want to run more cables to our patch panel from extra RJ45 drops. Is it safe to connect the cables whilst the systems are running. Also, should the cables to the pin slots on the patch panel be the same color code configuration (T568B) as that of the keysone jack or crossed

    Deladem19645 pointsBadges:
  • How should I upgrade my network infrastructure?

    I am now upgrading the network infrastructure of my office and I have 10-15 computers. Now what I want to do is to connect to the Internet with a wireless or wired Ethernet connection and connect the Microsoft workgroup sharing with another wired Ethernet. Is it possible to connect a LAN connection...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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