• 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...

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  • 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?

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  • 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...

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  • 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

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  • AS400 Printing extra pages

    We have an AS400 shop that has HP Laser Jet 1200 Printers printers. We are printing from the 400 and sporadically the printers stop printing, it is like their spool file is full and it just stops. We can do a wrksplf and clear it out, stop and start the printer and it will begin printing. Is there...

    Kelchensfc5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS on a NAS

    Does Anyone know if you could configure a NAS to be able to have a stand alone DNS server?

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  • After clean OS install, ethernet drivers don’t work?

    I have a custom-built PC with a Fatal1ty AN9-32X motherboard (built in nVidia gigabit ethernet controller) Once I performed a clean install of an upgraded operating system (went from XP to Vista) .. I needed to reinstall my drivers. Everything has gone great, except when I installed the driver for...

    X Woody X5 pointsBadges:
  • How to migrate the Exchange 2003 database to fifferent domain

    Dear all, maybe this will sound silly, but i really need an answer, i run Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 STD Server under mydomain.com, and i want to copy, backup, migrate, call it whatever you want the database (everything in exchange, mailboxed, sores ....) to mynewdomain.com. What is the best way...

    La2em15 pointsBadges:
  • Determine if job running on a thin client or PC

    Hi, We have deployed P/C's and thin clients on the network. They work with the common configuration devices. We want to start a process that will not run on the thin client. Is there a way to detect the difference? Thanks, Bob

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  • WAN

    what data-link encapsultations for WAN

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  • OpenLDAP and Oracle Database

    Hi, This is a question related to Oracle and OpenLdap. Can anybody please tell me how to setup the Oracle [10g] to use the installed OpenLdap server. I know we need to use netca and use the internet directory services; But how to set Open Ldap is the question here. Your help is greatly appreciated!...

    Parthahs5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Video Conferencing overbooking

    Okay so I have a huge issue in my company right now. We have ordered quite a few massive teleprescence rooms from cisco and they are a huge hit. The problem is that since we are offering it to our business units for free initially they are overbooking the rooms which means that they sit idol for...

    Haplo5 pointsBadges:
  • Changing provider Exchange 2003 and SBS 2003

    I am changing provider today and here is my scenario and concerns. My DNS is hosted outside our network (A record-IP 164) then I have a firewall set at 164 and SBS 2003 which has IP 184. For some reason I am concern about my emails when changing IP addresses. I obviously will change the DNS IP to...

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  • Enabling Proxy ARP on a Virtual TCP/IP address

    How can I enable Proxy ARP to a virtual ip address on an iSeries WITHOUT using Ops Navigator? I'm writing a CLP to create ip addresses on the fly for role swaps

    Badkarma40 pointsBadges:
  • remote desktop sans xp pro

    so im wondering...whats a good way for me to access my upstairs computer...its networked and everything and i have file and printer sharing set up....but i want to do a remote desktop-esque thing...i have xp home edition and i dont want to upgrade....any ideas?

    Pwner660 pointsBadges:
  • SAN attach Windows servers hang on boot

    I have several IBM X series (342,345,346) servers with Windows 2000 and 2003 loaded. I am experiencing an issue with the server hanging when booting. This only happens when I have the server connected to the SAN. I am using Qlogic 2340 HBA connecting to Cisco 9509 SAN switches. I can see the HBA...

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  • Getting errors backing up a Windows SAN

    I am running a Windows 2003 server on a SAN. using 2 qlogic 2300's connected to the IBM 2109-f16 switch. A IBM 4560slx tape library using a FCO (Fibre channel option) card in the library. The FCO card is connected to the IBM 2109-f16 switch. I have "port" zoned the Server and the library in one...

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  • Is there a way to convert .job files to a new system?

    In my job I migrate lots of servers, to new hardware or to a virtual environment. Now we have to take settings like scheduled tasks along to the new environment. AT is cool, you easily pipe these jobs into a text file, but with the Task Scheduler it is different, as the .job files, under...

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