• DNS server resolves 2 port card incorrectly

    We recently installed a new partition with a 2 port ethernet card. Each port has its own IP address and connections through the network work fine. The problem is that both ports are known to the DNS servers by the one system name so when a DNS name lookup occurs, some users are directed to one port...

    Mike.Butler40 pointsBadges:
  • Network administration

    As I am a newbie in this field. The problem is that this field seems to consist of many skill ranging from maintenance LAN, WAN; network security; other numerical system rather that decimal; even programing is taken in to account. I am wondering myself that where I should start? And what should I...

    Chipbu20 pointsBadges:
  • Network test lab

    Hi, I need to set up a network test lab to create a virtual scenario of my clients network, components include 2 Routers, 2 L3 switch preferably (juniper products), 1 Pix firewall and some couple of desktops. I would be happy if any one can provide me a base level hardware inventory for these...

    Flake15 pointsBadges:
  • Series and GSE675 Scale

    With the GSE675 scale I can place an ethernet card in order to communicate over the network like an ASCII device. Any socket developers with examples how to capture and store information?

    Mfgonline5 pointsBadges:
  • cisco

    what is cisco networking and what are the different considerations in designing a network?

    Tgm5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I migrate all my users from a workgroup to an Active Directory domain?

    I need to migrate about 200 users that are on a workgroup to a domain. I would like to NOT have to retype ANYTHING. Help please.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Application servers,Network solution

    Hi, This is IT department of a Engineering college We r facing several security related issues We have 500 Desktop PCs We want to have labs of different application servers We are having 7 soried building having 12 Computer labs Each lab having 40 machines Network to be standardised in a way that...

  • Dropping DNS Entries

    Hi. We run a Windows 2000 domain. All of a sudden, DNS entries are dropping like flies. We increased our scavening times, but this has not helped. We checked our logs, but could not find anything significant. Any suggestions on a tool to use or something else we can monitor? Thanks!

    Lmssadler5 pointsBadges:
  • About routing protocol

    Hi Engineers my name is vinod, i would like to no routing protocols ,like how rip,igrp,eigrp,ospf and bgp works and what is advantage and disadvantage of this protocols, specifically what is route poisening. i will appreciate for any kind of answer and any attachment or links will also help me....

    Hacky5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 SMTP issue

    When establishing a telnet session from any computer (including the Exchange box), port 25 established fine, the HELO is fine, MAIL FROM responds quickly, but the RCPT TO takes about a minute to respond. When it does, you can finish the DATA section and send the message fine. The question is..what...

    DavidHa!!110 pointsBadges:
  • Network Drives

    I have two questions ... 1. I have a machine that is not on the network but needs access to a network folder. I mapped the drive and checked reconnect at logon. Reboot machine and mapping is gone. 2. So I wrote a script (BAT) that logs on when the machine is booted up. But the password is in clear...

    Darthur50 pointsBadges:
  • ISP blocks VPN connection

    My ISP blocks any attempt to establish a VPN connection and I was wondering if there is a workaround for this or if there are alternatives? I am using Windows XP. Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.

    Istikph0 pointsBadges:
  • Storage Career Path

    Hi.. My name is Kuba... I am currently working as a contrator for EMC........my current job profile includes: (total storage exp. is approx 1.5 Yrs) -Toubleshooting all the Drive related issues of Symmetrix (all models) and DMX3 -Troubleshotting any SRDF related issues. Basicallt dispatching to the...

    Blazzing gun5 pointsBadges:
  • Non technical user setting up router.

    I'm a non technical customer that needs help setting up network. I only know my computers IP address and i need to set up my router. What do I do?

    Cyke97935 pointsBadges:
  • User Can’t Delete a folder on the network Drive

    AOA Sir i have share three folders on the networks and ther e folder contains sub folder and sub folder contains files . i have set permission on the folders in sharing and security and deny Delete and Delete subfolder permission. but proble is that when user access the file and made change in...

    Muhammad usman125 pointsBadges:
  • How to control external vendors from connecting to our internal LAN?

    I have a few vendors who are located at other plant. I would like to block their access to our internal network using their own notebook. How can I go about? We are using different IP addresses for all the buildings. As some of the clients are connected to this IP address, it's not possible for us...

    Khoo5 pointsBadges:
  • DHCP issue

    Hi, Our Setup consists of a Windows2003 Server acting as a DC. We have a DHCP server running on it. Quite often, we have seen that the IP addressess leased by the server are not updated on the server. Due to this, we have issues with our home grown tool (which sends notes to pc based on the IP...

    Jagdish60 pointsBadges:
  • Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL)

    4) Assuming Maximum Segment Lifetime (MSL) of 80 seconds, a host is required to send 500-byte packet without having identification field to wrap around within one MSL, i.e. 80 seconds. What is the maximum bandwidth required? Do you see any problem if this limit (maximum bandwidth) is exceeded?

    Pkmaster5 pointsBadges:
  • what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

    what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

    Ap51315 pointsBadges:
  • Testing voip network

    How do you test bulk traffic over a voip network

    Davidjamesirvine5 pointsBadges:

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