• Mobil 5.0 open an MS Access database

    Can someone who has used a Mobil5.0 application to open,modify a MS Access Database. Would you share how you did this? I'm fairly new to VS2005. I have a application that communicates with a text file but would really like it to use a database instead.

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  • Community Message: Answer these questions and earn Knowledge Points

    Hi all Here is a link to some questions that still need answers. Take a look a see if you can help out your peers and earn Knowledge Points with every answer. Remember the members that earn the most knowledge points have a chance to win some cool prizes in the contest we are having. You can find...

    ITKE361,885 pointsBadges:
  • Route betwwen two network

    I have linksys router BEFSX41 and i want to route between two network . i already creat static route as follow: Dest. Ip : 192.168.1.0 MASK: 255.255.255.0 Getway: 192.168.2.1 Hop Count : 0 Interfcase LAN from network 192.168.1.0 /24 trying to ping destination host unrechable how i should do that?...

    Ghasttas5 pointsBadges:
  • routing between vlans

    on layer 3 switch (3com 4900).. I added 3 ip interfaces,one interface defined for each vlan with difrenet subnet. without enabling any routing protocol ,I achieved a communicattion between two pc's that belong to diferent vlans . is there any internal routing between the ip interfaces on layer3...

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  • vpn client for PDA in a Cisco system

    I had been using Movian VPN on an I-mate jam, which worked fine untill Cisco stopped supporting it. I have now changed to an HTC P3600i, does any one know if there is a VPN available that will work with this phone linking to a Cisco Systems VPN Client

    Stewart.Burn5 pointsBadges:
  • Firewall Router

    I have a Linksys Firewall router (BEFSX41) ? Does anyone know if this supports NAT-T. I have two users who need VPN but can't. Anyone know the settings required on the router?

    Ron11535 pointsBadges:
  • Divide bandwidth

    Hi guys, I have on #1 comp a connection to the internet (ppp connection) with 2 NIC's: one for the ppp connection, 2nd for another computer. the 2nd computer gets it's internet connection through the 1st comp(WIN XP SP2 ) using ICS my question: how can i manage bandwidth evely so that the 1st...

    Torturedsoul35 pointsBadges:
  • communications

    What is it that determines whether or not a given network is half or full duplex?

    Testy15 pointsBadges:
  • copying something from a shared folder on a network

    i have a shared folder on a windows 2003 server,but on a client machine i can access the folder but i cant copy anything from the shared floder to any new destination of mine..can any body help on that..

    Timothysasi5 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple IP addresses

    Here is my dilemma, I need to assign multiple IP addresses to the same laptop, my goal is to have one IP for the computer when it is connected to the Domain here is the office, a static IP and another or get a IP via DHCP when it is connected anywhere else primarily at home. I don't want the users...

    CGarcia26C1,025 pointsBadges:
  • Logon automation

    I have several programs that where written in vb6 that are now required to be automated through a scheduler. It has been a while since I coded in vb6 and need to know a way to get access to the current logged on users credentials to pass on to a database loggon. the Oracle database is NOT set up to...

    blowerycolumbus10 pointsBadges:
  • How to Share Brodband in to all systems??

    My oprtng systm is XP.i have 8 port switch ..i have to sahare the internet conetction to all other systems...plz help me...some times when conectng lan one Error is coming "Limited conectivity"...wht can i do...? plz help me..

    Sabah5 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting bandwidth for streaming online audio/video

    We have a T1 that was overcrowded by streaming radios,videos youtube, etc. as soon as we installed a fancy new 3Com Baseline Plus Switch with QoS. It was giving higher priority on the parasyte traffic (video/radio) than the legit (http/ftp). We also have a couple of IP Phones that we hardly use. Is...

    Patzo65 pointsBadges:
  • VOIP help

    I have avaya voip phones on my network and I need to setup an ip helper to get them over to a particlaur vlan. The reason is that if they go down they can not find their config info. What should the statement on the Cisco router look like

    TAB5 pointsBadges:
  • How many channels per T1, in a 2xT1 bundled, would throttle the speed to 2MBPS

    How many channels per T1, in a 2xT1 bundled, would throttle the speed to 2MBPS ? What is a “CO”?

    BIGBOY7115 pointsBadges:
  • Clarify Port and/or PVC circuit

    Is Port circuit and PVC circuit the same? If you have a fractional T1 is the portion being utilized a port circuit? Would a 768 kbps circuit be a port circuit or end to end? Looking for caritly of what a Port circuit is and how I would indetify one form ckt maping? Thanks Dave

    Dml47875 pointsBadges:
  • XP Drive letter mapped disconnected

    I'm using Windows 2000 Adv. Server and at client side having XP . The client map network drive and it is get disconnected or in my computer when you press mapped drive letter. it shows Access Denied but it is opened if explore drive by pressing right mouse button. Is there any solution

    Ravindra chincholkar0 pointsBadges:
  • IPX

    How often are IPX routing updates sent?

    Highlander15 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between a ‘managed’ or an ‘unmanaged’ switch when it comes to installation?

    I know there are definitely some advantages to having a manged switch over an unmanaged one, but my question has to do with installing the switch. Most of the 24-port unmanaged gigabit switches advertise 'plug-n-play' ease: turn it on and plug in the network. However, the managed ones are (I think)...

    Rayhorn1365 pointsBadges:
  • Can someone recommend Gigabit network cards & switch? Which ones to buy or not to buy?

    We are upgrading our network for 6 of our users to be able to utilize gigabit LAN access and our budget isn't big (about $250-$350 range for the switch). We have the Cat6 for the runs, replacing the 24-port switch, and adding NICs. I don't know what is good or bad in the small-scale gigabit world,...

    Rayhorn1365 pointsBadges:

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