You’ve not really supplied enough information, and based on what you’ve asked, and how you’ve asked it, I would guess that you’re in unfamiliar territory. But to start with… You don’t say where you are geographically – unless you go with a national carrier, it’s hard to predict, and even then, your mileage will vary. [...]
View Answer | November 16, 2004 11:01 AM
Probably not a good idea to mount hardware sub-table. recommend all-in-one units like IBM netvista, with limited HD. You don’t want to encourage local storage. As far as speed, unless you are gaming, then concentrate on high memory, high memory display card, and good bandwidth.
View Answer | November 16, 2004 9:30 AM
Ideally it should NOT cause you any communication problems, if you keep using the same IP Address, and only change the mask. The problem will occure though, if you start assigning new addresses from the expanded range at the same time. I would recommend you to use an entirely new range, and configure a secondary [...]
View Answer | November 16, 2004 7:02 AM
DataCenter, Networking, Tech support
Floodgate is not worth its price in money. While it does feel good, being able to control the traffic at the firewall level, Floodgate fails in reporting. If you refer the brochure, you can see, it can do a lot of stuff about reporting. However, Floodgate only provides limited reporting functionality (top 10/20 whatever). However, [...]
View Answer | November 16, 2004 6:33 AM
Bandwidth, Check Point
A couple of alternatives that I know of first hand and selected to resell. Astaro Security Linux. (www.astaro.com) Can be purchased as an appliance or loaded onto a black box. Provides VPN, IDS/IPs, FW, Anti-Virus, Spam and Content filters, etc. I think the retail on it was about $2,600 or so for a black box [...]
View Answer | November 15, 2004 9:08 PM
The only manner in which the Satellite could be issuing DHCP leases is if the system has a server operating system running on, such as Linux, 2000 Server, or another third party DHCP server. What type of router is issuing the DHCP leases?
View Answer | November 15, 2004 4:19 PM
The 2 static routes going to each of the ISPs with the same cost should be all that is required to load balance. One way to verify this is to shut down one of the serial interfaces and run a ping to a public IP. If the paths were load balancing you’d get a !.!.!.! [...]
View Answer | November 9, 2004 6:38 PM
Cisco, Networking, Routers
no you can not because they would fight the best way to set it up is master with backup domain controller this will give the redance you are looking for, what security are you looking for yes linux is more stable but if you donot have exp in liunx it can be hard to manage, [...]
View Answer | November 7, 2004 9:23 PM
DHCP, DNS, Lotus Domino, Networking, Networking services
what level of involvement from the SAP programmers is avilable ? Simplest but involves SAP: Extract of recent updtates from SAP as a CSV, transsfer file, small VB6 or VB.NET service / program to update SQL. Or small VB6 or VB.NET service / program to read SAP & update SQL. David L.
View Answer | November 7, 2004 10:16 AM
Development, Networking, Tech support
cacls command can show you the NTFS permissions of files/folders.
View Answer | November 6, 2004 2:44 AM
Auditing, Data center operations, DataCenter, FAT and NTFS, Hardware, Help Desk, Operating system platforms, Performance/Tuning, Policies, Registry, Remote management, Servers, Space/structure, Storage, Tech support, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows 2000 Server, Windows client administration and maintenance, Windows Server 2003
Sorry Please take this Corrected question. We have 2 Windows 2003 Terminal Servers and both are part of load balance with a Single Virtual IP Address. For Eg 184.108.40.206 is virtual ip, and any User tries to connect to this ip address will be diverted to any one Server IP eg 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168. accoring [...]
View Answer | November 5, 2004 11:52 PM
Cisco Routers, Routers, Virtual IP Address, Windows Server 2003, Windows Terminal Server
“Broadcast Storm” Either the system can’t get an IP address, or connect to a domain/workgroup thereby sending continuous requests for ‘whois’ OR you have a spambot in the system and every time you turn it on it dumps thousands of e-mail messages. Disconnect the network cable – test the IP number. (IPCONFIG) on a different [...]
View Answer | November 5, 2004 1:36 PM
DHCP, DNS, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services
Make sure that the drivers for the backup controller is the newest drivers possible. I have seen this behavior on other ArcServe Backup systems on both Netware and NT backup servers. Everytime the problem was fixed when we upgraded the drivers for the controller card that the tape backup was attached to. Good luck.
View Answer | November 5, 2004 12:01 PM
ArcServe, Backup & recovery, HP MSA1000, Netware, SAN, Tape libraries
Very Scary. Internet Connection Sharing is based on having TWO network interface cards(NIC). First one being the normal IP address that connects to the “internet” (i.e. has a public address that can be routed). the second card is given a private adress (usually 192.168.1.1) and becomes the gateway for the other machines wishing to connect [...]
View Answer | November 5, 2004 11:18 AM
Bandwidth, DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, Instant Messaging, Microsoft Windows, Networking services, Sendmail
Re-install windows and and wait for the second prompt to repair current windows installation. This should overwrite your network components. Then you can get into the IP stack.
View Answer | November 5, 2004 11:02 AM
Network protocols, Networking, TCP, Tech support, Windows 2000 desktop
If you are just starting out in IT get your A+. If you have been around computers and know them well enough go for your MCSE and then maybe a CCNA.
View Answer | November 5, 2004 10:56 AM
Career development, Certifications, DataCenter, Networking, Networking certifications, Security, Security management
OK, When you have a problem like this, you need to look at the basics. Is the wireless link between the buildings a bridge or a router type connection? If the IP subnet is shared between the buildings? If not, then you have a routing situation. In that case, you will easily be able to [...]
View Answer | November 5, 2004 10:47 AM
When you say failover do you mean that in case your primary 720 fails, your intent is to “failover” to another 720? and as far as load balancing, are you trying to balance the traffic to the 720 through the two NICS?
View Answer | November 5, 2004 10:37 AM
Ethernet, Hardware, i5, Integration/Connectivity, iSeries, Networking, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity
I had a similar problem like this on a switched network. Check the folowing. a) verify that you are using the VENDORS driver and not MS. b) Verify properties of the NIC. Make sure the speed, duplex and flow control are properly set. c) Verify the properties of the switch you are connected to. Some [...]
View Answer | November 5, 2004 10:30 AM
DHCP, DNS, Networking, Networking Equipment, Networking services
Is this the only windows server on the network? Is there an individual or an application running some kind of reporting? There could be a number of issues that can cause this therefore I would need more information about your network.
View Answer | November 5, 2004 10:10 AM
Active Directory, DataCenter, DHCP, DNS, IT architecture, Microsoft Windows, Networking, Networking services, TCP, WINS