• router attached to cable modem

    I just got com-cast digital cable for the internet. They said in order to run two computers at the same time (each person surfing different locations) I will need a network "HUB". I was told by them that a switch would work just fine and would plug into the modem as the modem only allows for one...

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  • what is the difference between cisco and dlink wifi solution??

    what is the difference between cisco and dlink wifi solution??

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  • having a drop in wireless connection

    I have a wireless network setup with a Linksys 160 now, it was on a netgear. i change wireless routers because i thought that it was the router that was the problem, but it isnt. My computer and a PS3 are both hardwired to the router, my parents computer and laptop and my PSP are wireless....

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  • Inter VLAN Routing

    I amm using two cisco 3750 and I want Interdomin routing. I connect two host to one 3750 and make a trunk to communicate with other 3750. Ping from host to switch(Directly connected to host) is ok. ping from switch to switch is ok(Through trunk) But when i ping a host to swich that is via trunk,...

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  • need help with cme 4.x on 2801 (bri connection)

    Hi all!!! I`ve got overhellming my head problem. I managed to set up voip network with AA and voicemail, now i want conections for outside calls throught ISDN (bri) interface. I can call out but when call is picked up no sound is heard at all. I do also have the same problem for inbound calls. Can...

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  • Router for Hughes Satelite System

    I have 5 Computers, all Hp Media centers 1 Windows XP Pro my main computer 2 hp Windows Vista Home Premion media computers and 1 laptop Vista Home Premion all desktops 2.66ghz dual 64 Amd processors; the laptop is an Intel 3 ghz dual 64 processor; I need to purchase a Router to connect them into a...

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  • Two Internet Connections, One server

    OK, I'm very, very new to networking. Please be kind. I work for a small company. We have a server running Lotus Notes that is accessed both by people inside our LAN and about 50 employees that connect over the internet. Our internet connection is a simple DSL. We recently installed a hi-tech phone...

    JMackey20 pointsBadges:
  • Messages transmitted in 10BASE-T standard Ethernet network

    What is the length of the messages being transmitted in a 10BASE-T standard Ethernet network? Can this message be displayed on a LCD display?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • windows 2000 server with 2 nics, can access server but not internet

    windows 2000 server with 2 nics, can access server but not internet

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  • How to learn more about programming Cisco switches and configuring networks for your career

    I am a voice person and now venturing more into data networking. I have taken some Cisco classes in the past, with global knowledge paid by the company where I worked. So I am wondering now how I can improve my knowledge to get into programming Cisco switches and configuring networks. I have just...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Will my degree be accredited at other schools?

    I'm thinking about getting a master's degree in networking and system administration from an Australian school (Charles Sturt University). The program balances between an academic focus and preparation for CCNP or MCSE certification and I thought this would be a good path for me. Most of my...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • SSL blocked on WiFi card

    This is a weird one and I don't know what to make of it or what next steps to take to troubleshoot it: Basically, my WiFi NIC has all of a sudden started blocking port 443 (SSL). I have a Dell Inspiron 300m laptop (running Windows XP Pro SP2) with a TrueMobile 1300 WLAN card; earlier today it...

    Robanglin5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Pix inside no nat to router that nat’s

    Hi, I have a Cisco Pix which currently has an internal, dmz and outside interface. My outside is my default route, however I have now new separate connection (interface 4) that connects to the internet also that I would like to route some outside bound traffic through. As i understand it you can...

    Mawk100015 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up a remote FTP site in win 2003

    Hi, i do have a Linksys ISR, windows 2003 enterprise edition and a Public IP address. I would like to setup an FTp site on the windows 2003 pc using my public IP. I successfully managed to do it over the LAN and both downloads and uploads are fine however when it comes to setting it up over the...

    Timothyk5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Redeisgn

    Hi, I am serving as a system admin for an organization. We have ISA 2004 network, with Exchange 2003 Standard edition server, 2 Microsoft SQL server 2005 Standard edition for database projects, Windows 2003 domain controller in two sites A and B using active directory services. These two sites are...

    NetworkSanjay5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with adding a member server as a domain controller

    I am adding a windows 2003 enterprise server to my existing domain. Active directory accepts the new server as a member but will not recognise it during dcpromo to domain controller.Possible dns errors causing this ?

    Geo15 pointsBadges:
  • remote access in C#

    I am trying to copy a file to a folder on a server through C# application. If I have already had the folder open, it doesn't need the username and password to connect to it through the program, otherwise the program gives me error and says it cannot have access to the folder. I am using...

    Ellie145 pointsBadges:
  • Receive window shrinking

    Why does the size of the receive window cycle up and down and eventually fall to zero?

    Hefy jefy15 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange Server Dual Virtual Servers and SMTP Connectors

    I have and Exchange Org with 4 routing groups. I understand that SMTP connectors take precedence over virtual servers. Is that the case for the whole org or just the routing group. It would seem that is the case for the whole org as is whats happening in mine. I created an SMTP connector in one...

    Just Passing Thru5 pointsBadges:
  • Differeance b/w VPN and tunneling , REdirect remote PC traffic thorugh WAN

    how does VPN and tunnelling differ from each other ? , and what are the ways one can redirect a remote PC host traffic to other remote host traffic and then to server on WAN ? for example Node A in Alaska .. node B in New york .. node A is accessing some server C... i want all traffic of node A...

    Spidy10 pointsBadges:

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