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    Hi, I am tasked with Restructuring Active Directory within our company domain which is a crucial step to have a real and effective network setup. The plan is that all offices should have a DNS forest domain on a city basis. This schema should be something like this: Office Location Proposed domain...

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    can i use my blackberry curve as a modem for an apple computer?

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  • How to obtain redundancy between a DS0 and antennas communication

    We have our Distribution Center and the headquarters communicated by two options: By a DS0 via Frame-Relay and with a pair of antennas. How could we connected both at the same time in order to obtain redundancy? What schema of switches we need? We had already 1 Cisco Catalyst Express 500 and a...

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  • Cisco 2811 router and need to create a VPN

    I have a Cisco 2811 router and need to create a VPN to another site but not sure what their endpoint device is. What I am looking for is a white paper on how to configure the Cisco router for a VPN. Can anyone help me?

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  • Does the Delayed ACK feature make useless the TCP Window Size?

    Does the Delayed ACK feature make useless the TCP Window Size? First of all I performed several FTP downloads, with Wireshark tool capturing what's going on during the FTP session. I observed that for every 2nd DL FTP-DATA received from the FTP server, my WindowsXP client sent a TCP ACK. Throughout...

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  • ad hoc networking

    how to configure an ad-hoc networking

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  • vmware infrastructure and migrating vlans between hosts

    I have a set of hosts in a cluster and I need vlans on all of them, but the only way to get the vlans on all of them is to manually set them up on each. Is there a way to migrate all the vlans to each and only enter them once?

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  • WAN throughput question for a gigabit ISP

    I am trying to determine the increased cost when bringing in outside customers that will be landing their images within my servers that sit behind our networks. . If my remote site is pushing about 250Gb of traffic per day what would be the increased traffic on a gigabit circuit that is billed...

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  • Is now the time for Power over Ethernet?

    Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says that it might be best to hold off recommending Power over Ethernet to networking clients until the 802.3an standard gets widely adopted. What do you think? Is there any benefit to going with Power over Ethernet now?

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  • We have an internet connection from 2 different ISP, I want to use the same PIX 525 firewall 7.0(6)

    We have an internet connection from 2 different ISP, I want to use the same PIX 525 firewall 7.0(6) . My firewall has 2 Ethernet interface & 2 Giga Ethernet interfaces. I am using ethernet 0 for outside connection with ISP A ethernet 1 for outside2 connection with ISP B Giga Ethernet 0 for DMZ zone...

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  • How can I prevent users from deleting files?

    I have two or three remote users that come into my network on a VPN and map to a shared folder. I need to give them the ability to read, write and modify files and folders while at the same time preventing them from deleting those files and folders. Is there any way to do this?

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • Linksys systems error message-help

    When I open my service I get the following message: access violation @address 004074CDin moduleWMP54GSv1_100000368 -Linksys Wireless Network Monitor. Any suggestions for a fix?

    Cronewoman20 pointsBadges:
  • Re-IPing in VMWare

    How does one re-ip a segement on the adapter in 3.5, with console 2.5?

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  • How to test the internet connection speed without putting any load and allocating bandwidth

    We do have a 10 MB internet connectivity, the speed is ok, I am monitoring the link using cacti and netflow. ISP----10 MB Link-------Cisco 3745 Router----Switch ----Firewall 525----DMZ Switch- ISA---- LAN Our bandwidth is under utilized, hence our average consumption is around 5 MB, half of our...

    Yasir Irfan5,550 pointsBadges:
  • Sonicwall to Sonicwall VPN is only one way

    I have 2 Sonicwalls and have created a VPN between them. From the remote site you can access all the computers and files at the main office. From the main office you cannot ping or connect to any computer at the remote location. This VPN needs to be two way. There are workgroups at each location...

    Hadden30 pointsBadges:
  • Why is Cisco adopting the SIP protocol?

    Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says it's a good for Cisco to embrace SIP as a networking protocol standard alongside SCCP, or their Skinny Client Control Protocol. Do you agree? Why or why not?

    Donnellymp430 pointsBadges:
  • How can service providers ensure that network projects succeed?

    We all hear the horror stories about network projects gone wrong. But is success all down to black magic or the luck of the draw? On SearchNetworkingChannel.com, expert Matt Vlasach says there are some simple steps -- Discovery, Design, Deployment and Maintenance -- you can follow to make sure your...

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  • When should your clients upgrade?

    What are the top reasons your clients should upgrade their network infrastructure? Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says performance, reliability and security have to be at the top of the list. What do you think?

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  • connect:direct – create a new Windows Folder on the SNODE

    I've been requested to send a set of files from MVS to a Windows Server each month. Each set of files is to be created in a new dated, say, RRSyymm, Folder. It's expected that some connect:direct specification will be able to create a new Folder each month on the destination Server. Can / How do I...

    Johnc15 pointsBadges:
  • Data from UNIX Server to Windows NAS

    Being less familiar with UNIX/NFS, what would be the best method/protocol/command to move a large amount of user data from a UNIX Server to a Windows 2003 based NAS. Is there anything I should lookout for? Thank you

    GWASolutions0 pointsBadges:

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