• Network design

    our new office has 5 rooms each room had a a patchpanel where all the lan points in that room are terminated. I am planning to put a managed switch in each of thoose 5 places, this will be connected to the main server room thru 5 fiber channels. My doubt may sound silly .. but im confused.. how do...

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  • DNS problem with Microsoft Outlook

    I have a network (server client) the server is Windows Server 2003. I installed Root DNS & DHCP on it. All clients are Windows XP SP2. This network connects with the Internet through an ADSL router. My problem is with Microsoft Outlook for clients. I couldn't send or receive any message when the...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Cannot access Cisco 2811 web interface

    Hello, I am able to SSH in to the device, however the web interface will not accept the same credentials. I know nothing about Cisco, and this unit will be replaced soon so I just need to get a few things off of it before it goes on the shelf. What I need are all of the MAC addresses in one of the...

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  • Network connectivity problems on VPN

    My wife is a Medical Language Specialist who provides transcription services from her home office via VPN. Her VPN access is very intermittent and may drop out dozens of times throughout the day. I also work from our home using the same Internet connection with no interruptions of my service (I do...

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  • Problem with file share over LAN, getting No Route To Host

    Hi I have a small LAN set up at home, using a ZyXEL P660HW to connect my XP (SP2) home PC and my partners Asus EEE PC (running the standard Linux Xandros OS, petty much untouched) to each other and the Internet. I've shared a folder and the printer on my PC, and a folder on the Asus. Both allow...

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  • Can i install IAS on Windows XP?

    As i know Internet Authentication Service (IAS) is a built-in Service for Windows 2000/2003/2008 Server and we can simply install IAS on those. But can i install IAS on Windows XP? Windows XP didn't have IAS as a Built-in Service. but i think IAS would work on XP as well as 2000, etc. because XP...

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  • hp laser jet p2015dn

    I am connected to a wireless connection through a school. I need to add a printer to my laptop and it is not on the list of printers that are available to select. How do I add this printer??

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  • Need help configuring Cisco ACS

    I'm configuring a Cisco ACS and now I have this problem: The Authentication of the IETF Radius-server operates properly but the authentication of the NAC doesn't work. All clients come in my quarantine-VLAN. In the logs there is the SharedRAC: Quarantine_RAC displayed. I had configure 3 components...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Network Drop

    Hello, I am gowind to run a network drop using Cat 5E 350MHz CMR cable running from a guest house to the main house. The guest house has a Linksys router from which point i will run the Cat 5E around the outside of the house, drop down and burry in pvc pipe to main house, totaling roughly about 300...

    Thegeek5 pointsBadges:
  • Changing Duplex on a POE Cisco 1231 WAP

    On a network I am working on I have a Cisco 1231 WAP that is powered via POE. The Duplex is currently set as "Half", while the rest of the WIFI network (3 more 1230 series WAPs) is set as "Full". This is causing the device to throw an error once per second. All the WAPS, including the half duplex...

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  • How to host multiple telnet connections

    I have a setup which I use to access multiple Cisco devices via Terminal Server. Now, I wish for a couple of my colleagues to also have access and share the same device to which I have a Telnet connection already existing. (i.e the same end device should be able to host multiple Telnet...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Block user Internet access but not ability to read Outlook Express email

    I wish to block Internet access to the single PC user but still grant permissions to Outlook Express to be able to see the emails? If this is possible, would someone explain how? Thank you.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco course and Networking job market outlook

    I am interested in attending the Cisco Learning Academy Course that is being offered by my local community college and would like to know what is the job market forecast in this area? I have been told that it is difficult to find a job. Before I move forward, your kind guidance would be appreciated.

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  • VSAT connections

    I have one central location and a few remote locations connected through 64 Kb/s VSAT for accessing Web applications of central location. I am using Cisco 1600 series router with VSAT. Now we have installed one high speed (512Kb/s) KuVSAT link without any router (IDU is having LAN interface) at...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • connect-connected-working online-NOT connect-connect again-connected- working-OFFLINE again! On diff. access points…

    Well, I've been using Intel for long, but this problem seems to occur lots, which is in connection, once I'm already connected, working online and all that stuff, it suddenly goes offline, and I have to reconnect again, I reinstalled the Intel PRO again but the same problem occurs - the wireless...

    Somayahton5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP permission

    DO we require domain admin rights for providing FTP access or permissions on folder?

    SCCMadministrator5 pointsBadges:
  • I need your input

    Howdy folks, I have the following set up: 2 Domain Controllers - Win2k3 Standard 1 member server with Exchange 2003 Standard 100 XP Pro workstations T1 connection Currently I use a sonicwall Pro 200 firewall, Symantec Corporate edition 10 AntiVirus, and Symanted Mail Security for Exchange....

    TheVyrys0 pointsBadges:
  • Printers assigned by GPO don’t show

    Actually, this is more complicated. Running Win2003 Srv R2. I created a GPO that assigns a printer to a particular OU. In the OU I put a Group that has a certain number of users. When the user logs on to the machine, though, the printers don't show. HOWEVER, if the user logs on remotely via RDP,...

    Nharel5 pointsBadges:
  • POP3 and SMTP bridging through Exchange

    This is an out there question and I will be way impressed if anyone can answer it (scroll down to the bottom for the question). Environment and Why I am trying to do what I am: I have a domain that, for the most part, is hosted by Network Solutions. Let’s call it MyDomain.com. MyDomain.com is...

    Thecymbrogi15 pointsBadges:
  • Chain 2 3COM 8 Switches without loosing speed

    Hi, I have 2 3COM Gigabit 8 Switches chained with a network cable that connects them. The problem is that when i want to copy something from a computer connected to Switch 1 to a computer connected into "Switch 2", the speed never goes over 3 kbs (which is much much slower than when i copy...

    Laneo15 pointsBadges:

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