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  • Access Point issues netgear WG302 Access point

    I have a netgear WG302 Access point that is giving me a headache. I can configue it and it will work fine, until my isp changes the ip address. Then I have to reconfigue it again. I have tried static routing options through the router hoping this would fix the problem. no luck. (It may have been...

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  • PC to PC file sharing

    What is happening exactly when we share file through LAN when 1)there is an internet conection to both computers. 2)there is no internet connection? What is the role of IP address in this ?

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  • Scheduling errors after moving a SQL Server to a different domain

    We run SQL Server 2005 on Windows Server 2003, and we have put our server onto a recently changed domain. Since we’ve done this, we’ve had numerous problems running reports. The latest issue has been that as soon as we start the Internet Information Server (IIS) website to access the reporting...

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  • How many IP address can be assigned to a Windows 2003 Server?

    How many IP address can be assigned to a 2003 Server?

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  • In my Exchange Server 2007 environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains. . .

    In my 2007 Exchange environment I forward all outbound email to an SMTP gateway. I want to route mail for a couple of specific domains from the exchange server via a Lan-to-Lan VPN to their private IP address but the exchange server always resolves to their public IP. How can I get the server to...

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  • WAP Interferes with Network Switches

    Recently I got a new PoE outdoor wireless access point. When attempting to configure the device in my office for the first time, everything seemed ok. When I deployed the unit inside the building to test it, I noticed several network switches including the one it was connected to acting up and...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Network access control security problem

    Hi everybody, I am not a security expert nor an IT specialist but having a network of 7 terminals, some users are limited account others are administrators, some having XP OS others 98 and 2000.All the 6 terminals has to log on using a user name and a password when trying to click on any of the pc...

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  • IAS services get disabled automatically after a day

    Hi, I got 1PDC win2k3 and 1 BDC win2k3, i having problem with the IAS services which getting disable after a day and im not sure what time is that automatically.. I even tried to change it to Automatic and checked all the settings but no vail. Please help me out. Is that because PDC is disabling...

    Sathishfiles10 pointsBadges:
  • Netbios transmitting to port 80

    Hi all, I have a strange issue with file sharing on my windows vista home premium PC in that file sharing is no loner working. After sniffing my network traffic I have found that netbios request are being sent to port 80 and have no idea why. If I attempt to access a share using \\<IP...

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  • can’t send email to external email accounts, we receive errors SMTP errors 550 #5.7.1.

    We just added an encryption router to our domain. We have change our MX record with the web hosting company. Now I can't send email to external email accounts, we receive errors SMTP errors 550 #5.7.1. Is there something else I need to do at my location or do I need to have my Big Brother company...

    ITKE357,140 pointsBadges:
  • How to find Cisco router memory

    How to find CISCO router memory? and if possible to use 2 ip address for one router

    Nazar5 pointsBadges:
  • Need a network card for a MAC G3

    Hey, any MAC people out there? I have a client who has an ancient MAC G3 running OS 8.5. I have limited experience with Apple hardware, and have handled the diagnostic over the phone so far. From what I am able to determine the Ethernet port on the computer has died (Cables work on another system,...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Call Forwarding Path

    By default, if an ext is forwarded to another ext and that other ext does not pick up....Cisco will send the caller to the original person's voicemail box. How can I change that so that the caller will go to the voicemail box of the ext that the calls are forwarded to?

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  • On BT network, which DLSUs connect to which DMSU in North East England

    I would like to know the System X hierarchy with regard to which DLSUs are connected to which DMSU in the North East of England. I'm aware that this information is available to BT wholesale customers in the NIPP documentation. Can someone please extract the relevant data for me. Thanks....Bernie

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  • PLSQL based method to capture emails from POP server

    I am using UTL_TCP package of PLSQL. I am able to connect to the POP server but I am unable to retrieve any email content. Using the UTL_TCP.available() method, I am getting the returned number of bytes as Zero inspite of their being an email. I tested the telnet commands againt the POP server &...

    Monk10 pointsBadges:
  • A tough question for Windows’98 TCP/IP Experts …

    A question for Windows'98 TCP/IP Experts ... A local telephony services provider and ISP has recently introduced wireless CDMA phone service to the countryside district where I reside. Due to (some improper?) setting of their CDMA server/router, my friends and I who live in this rural neighbourhood...

    SuHaimi105 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Cisco shared devices via terminal server?

    I received the following question from a reader, and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions? I have no ideas. --------------------------- --------------------------- I have a similar setup in which I use to access multiple cisco devices via terminal server. Now, I wish that couple of my...

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  • Measuring network utilization & analysis

    How do you report on network utilization for your WAN? Check out my blog and give me some feedback. Crunching Numbers - is this any way to manage a network?

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:
  • Limited or no connectivity error message

    hi,i have a user who used wireless and lan cable in office . when she unpluged the lan cable , it will auto detect the wireless. But when she plug in the lan cable again the above error message appear for the lan connection. User has to disconnect the wireless manually everytime and click on repair...

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