• Can my home PC connect to my server?

    Let's say I have a server with a public IP address and its physically located close to me, e.g., in my town. I access this server from my home PC through the internet. Is there a way to ensure that after the initial stages of connectivity (DNS lookup etc), my home PC can connect to this server and...

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  • Error message appearing on screen when trying to tunnel through VPN

    Hi, I am using a VPN client from Nortel, NetAccess Internet, and using HP compaq NC600 on Windows XP SP2. Lately, I have purchased the Hua Wei USB modem to connect to my VPN, but error prompted "the secure connectivity has been lost". I have tried on other ADSL Broadband connection and have no...

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  • IP address management software for windows

    H, Folks I want to download IP Address Management software for windows only.

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  • Internal chat client suggestions other than OCS

    What type of internal chat client can we deploy on our intranet for employees to use when they are connected to our network? I'd love suggestions. All I know of is OCS.

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  • Hotspot vulnerabilities

    How to identify fake access point in Wi-Fi hotspots and how to prevent it?

    Vvasudev5 pointsBadges:
  • bandwidth Mananger

    Hi, Could you please suggest me the better software than ET/BWMGR - Bandwidth Manager and Net Enforcer software. So that we can use them in our ISP to control the BW as well as monitor properly. Thanks, techtest

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  • Connectivity problem HP Presario V4000

    I can't get an internet connection. We have comcast cable service and a Cisco wireless router. When I try to open MS internet explorer it says I can't connect to server. On connectivity it says I have "limited or no wireless connection" I tried a direct connection to the comcast modem and it still...

    Berniebirdie5 pointsBadges:
  • Effect of buffer in the networking switch

    What is effect of buffer in the networking switch? How much buffer should be ideally available in switch? Is there any standard available for buffer?

    vsvsubbarao5 pointsBadges:
  • Designing a network

    A user recently asked this question via e-mail: I want to design a network, the specification is given below. Can you help me in this regard. Specification are 1) We have 7 site. 2) Each site have about 250 user and site one have 500 users 3) Exchange server, Mail server should be located at main...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Convert RJ45 connection to wireless.

    I have a pressure test rig that uses an RJ-45 jack to connect to our network. When the test rig was originally set up, it was stationary. We have changed our production method and now the rig is on wheels is used in 4 separate locations, thus I need a network cable at each of these locations, I...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • How to set up a Linux router

    How do you configure a Linux router on a stick? I want it to be completely self contained.

    Ianj5 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP server settings for Windows Server 2003

    Can somebody help with step by step setting on Windows 2003 server?

    Daptron200010 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to block MAC addresses with ISA Server 2005?

    Is it possible to block MAC addresses with ISA Server 2005?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Earning Badges Pays Off – Literally!

    We told you that payoffs were coming, and they're finally here! To kick off this exciting new phase of the IT Knowledge Exchange Badge Program, we're doing a site-wide reward for members who have been active within the past 6 months and have earned at least one badge: $10 Amazon.com gift card to...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Pretty strange problem in my network

    Hi Everyone, I have a client who has 10 computers . He also have 10 ADSL connections for internet connectivity (all from single ISP). We want to setup the environment in the following way: we have 2 D-Link simple switches with 24 ports. What we wanted to do is to connect all ADSL modems to one...

    Aligator0075 pointsBadges:
  • Follow Up to How Much Bandwidth

    We are a small organization (15+/- full time employees). We currently have a T-1 line, no VPN. Last week, we experienced 100% usage of our T-1 line - first time ever. I've explored every alternative including bonded T-1, ADSL, SDSL, Ethernet (10 Mbps up and down). The Ethernet solution would be...

    Blssoccer5 pointsBadges:
  • Do you have an IT blog or website and want to earn 100 knowledge points?

    We hope you find this community helpful in answering all your questions. But we want everyone to get every answer they need and wthat means more experts are always welcome. That's why we're asking you to tell your friends about IT Knowledge Exchange (ITKE). If you have a blog or website that is...

    ITKE352,420 pointsBadges:
  • Does an A+ certification hold any value anymore?

    Is A+ worth anything anymore now that wireless LANS and WANS are the standard user method of computing? Most people are on laptops, PDA's or some other mobile device. Does it still makes sense to become A+ certified nowadays?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Windows network problrem but not in all programs

    Hi, I have a PC that have network problems from windows. The PC can have acces to network when using programs almost any. I can reach my AS/400 using emulator or VB Programs I can print on network printers. It can send and receive mail (outlook expres), and get to the net using IE and a proxy...

    Jmthirion0 pointsBadges:
  • Emulation software for MACs that allow the signon screen to be bypassed

    Are there any emulation products for the MAC that allow the option to by-pass the signon screen, much like the iSeries Access product allows? Our company will be implementing sign on displays that don't have any input fields, therefor the only way to sign on is from the emulation program...

    Gcimoc15 pointsBadges:

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