• MS ISA server 2000 & Web publishing reverse caching

    Background: ISA server 2000 setup as firewall/proxy and web publishing has been established. My problem is as follows: Changes are made to the "published web pages" but these changes don't get published to the internet on a timely basis. Sometimes, it takes a couple of days before the changes are...

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  • TCP/IP error

    Hello all I have a network of over 600 terminals all running Win2000. Last week I experienced that certain machines could not access the internet at all. The error I get while trying to access using IE6 is "TCP/IP error failed". I can also not send/receive mail. I can however browse the other...

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  • Remore RS232 Control

    Good Day All I wondered if anyone knows how to remotely access and control RS23 devices. I will give you my example. I have a PC which is attached to 2 RS232 devices. I would like to have some form of control of the devices attached to the PC from a remote location, like a PC in another room or...

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  • can an outsider to all of your industries trigger a positive reaction from you?

    Over the last two years I have conducted research into the use of Autonomy IDOL's and DRE's along with Softsound's technology to allow voice control of services including automatic transcription (Although I have started fancying Nuance as a better contender for the voice to text side of this 'kit')...

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  • ARP, Layer 2 Broadcasts, Switches and NICs

    How does ARP work with layer 2 broadcasts? What I mean is, if an IP address is not yet in its cache, ARP broadcasts an ARP request in order to discover the corresponding MAC address, right? Does that mean that the hardware address of the Ethernet frame that encapsulates the ARP request is...

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  • Setting Up VLAN across WAN link for Testing

    I am trying to setup a Vlan via a WAN Link. Local End has already 4 VLANs. Remote End doesn't. Remote end needs to access VLAN id 4 via the WAN link. Local Gateway router = Cisco 3660 Remote Gateway Router = Cisco 3660 Local Switch = Cisco 3750 Remote Switch = Cisco 2924 What is the config that...

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  • Transferring a Domain

    Hi All, I have a server running on WindowsNT 4.0, we are upgrading to server 2003 on new machine and removing the old machine entirely from network, Could any body tell is there any way of transferring the exisiting users and policies/ entire domain setting to new machine as it is, and not making...

    Inamhaque15 pointsBadges:
  • VoIP

    1) What equipments do I need to implement VoIP? 2) What is the technical and budget scope? 3) What are the one time and recurring expenses involved? 4) What a reasonable timeline for a VoIP project?

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  • Display OUTQ with

    Is there any way I can display all my iSeries output queues with the corresponding autostart printers' IP address? Thanks, Gerry

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  • Need 50 laptops for sales force

    Posted on behalf of member SumBanks: I need to replace 50 laptops and am considering leasing instead of buying. What questions should I ask before leasing? Thanks in advance.

    Margaret Rouse1,210 pointsBadges:
  • Replication Tab Issue

    We have upgraded our notes from 503 to version 652. The issue is the replication tab under the office location is still from the old 503 client. Is there a way to update the replication tab from 503 to 652? I was going to try and reinstall again but if there is a easier way then I would be willing...

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  • Cisco 7606 Vs. the compitition, Foundry XMR series or other.

    My company is looking to purchase a new router, we are looking at expanding our cable tv division down the road with video/ video on demand and need to upgrade our current router due to bandwidth constraints, my question is does anyone have a different router good or bad. All answers are welcome...

    Dfng200215 pointsBadges:
  • cisco pix 515e

    how to configure DMZ in your cisco pix 515e firewall?

    Cire03220 pointsBadges:
  • WinXP Home in workgroup not able to access shared folders

    Seems this is a common problem, but I've tried all the solutions. Win98 box upgraded to WinXP Home SP2 (actually 2 boxes) on mixed workgroup based network. Need to access folders on Win2K pro machine. Box A - no problems at all Box B - cannot effectively browse the network, can ping the Win2K box...

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  • Windows 98 client in a Server 2003 domain

    I am unable to logon to my Server 2003 domain (mixed mode) with any of my Win 98 clients. Have installed the AD client for Win 98 and created the recommended LSA key and value. Still no help. NIC is configured appropriately with the correct domain name and static IPs. If anyone has a solution I...

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  • dns problems

    I have a DC with Exchange 2003 on Server 2003. I am having some DNS problems which I belive is causing Outlook to Exchange connectivity issues. I understand that there should be a DNS entry _ldap._tcp.dc._mcdcs in the DNS. I did not have this and I tried to manually add it. I have it in the forward...

    Amcdowell0 pointsBadges:
  • bootp and virtual hostnames

    I'm receiving a bootp request from a client machine on my bootp server. My server is not responding, and I think the problem is the that request is being sent to the hostname of the virtual IP (hostname_vip found in /etc/hostname.ce1:1 file). I see the name for the destination in the request...

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  • CISCO Switch Configuration for DOS Applications on Netware 5.1 SP7 Server

    Hi, Our network is composed of the following: 1 CISCO 2970 GIGABIT (24 x 10/100/1000) 6 CISCO 2950 SWITCH (24 x 10/100, 2 x 10/100/1000) 1 HP Proliant ML520 G2 Server with 10/100/1000 NIC CAT 5e Cabling HP Workstations with 10/100/1000 NIC with Windows XP SP2 All CISCO 2950 Switches (Gigabit Port)...

    JayCuizon0 pointsBadges:
  • connect Cisco VPN client to Linksys BEFSX41?

    Hi all, I have a need to connect to both Cisco PIXes and Linksys BEFSX41 VPN endpoint firewalls, and would prefer to not have to switch VPN clients. Is it possible to create a VPN tunnel to a BEFSX41 using the Cisco Systems VPN Client software? I'm currently using version 4.6.01.0019. I'm not...

    JonathanSpitfire10 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP PLEASE RESPONDE, DON’T IGNORE

    I currently have a new Windows XP laptop computer It has an internal NIC card which allows it to access the Internet on its own I also have a Windows 98 Computer with its own internal Network Interface Card and an External Zoom DualMode 56 K Modem I also have a Windows ME Computer with its own...

    Mwilson300580 pointsBadges:

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