• Implementing an Exchange server in VB6.

    I am done with emplementing a LAN exchange server in VB6, now i would like to consider making it work world wide.. Can anyone please advise with the defrences between a LAN and a server that work World wide in a programmers point of view, and how can i implement that using VB 6? many thanks for...

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  • Need help with network design

    Hi, Can anyone help me to design his network. 2 buildings to be connected 400 feet apart. Building dimensions - 400 x 300 MDF in Building 1 on ground floor, 25 computers on Ground floor Building 1 - First floor , 24 computers building 2 - Ground floor - 16 computers (Tech center) Place file server...

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  • Cisco PIX 506 Config

    I have a Cisco PIX 506 and I am able to establish a VPN connection and gain access to network resources on one of my subnets (192.168.0.x). I am NOT able to browse or ping other subnets(192.168.10.x) Any suggestions? Todd

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  • Problem with Cisco Static nat rules

    Hi you guys, We are currently in the process to replace our firewall with a Cisco pix 515. I?ve set it up in a testing environment in order to make a replica of the network so I can test everything. The way the network is setup right now we use NAT to translate the internet ip?s to the internal...

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  • Seeking SAP SEM configuration help

    Recently, Manish, a SearchSAP.com user, sent in the following question on SAP SEM. <p> "Apart from standard SAP help, does anyone know of a SEM-BCS step-wise configuration guide? <p> Is there anything I can order online? I want to start on SEM-BCS as soon as possible." <p> Do you...

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  • Unix script to auto-login to Router and ping remote terminals

    On unix box, how can I create a script that will do the following: 1. Automatically login to a Nortel BLN router. 2. Ping to about 5 remote terminals to confirm the WAN connectivity where the 5 terminals are located. 3. Ping result to be pipe to a file in the unix box.

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  • Printing from AS400 to a Networked Copier

    We have an iSeries (model 820) that is a Tier Group 30. We are trying to find a solution that will allow us to print our Purchase Orders and Checks on a networked copier (Canon IR 6000 or IR 400). We are currently printing our P.O.'s and checks on an impact printer using continuous forms. We want...

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  • I need to rejoin laptop to network

    I have a Toshiba laptop that the motherboard quit working properly. I removed it from the network SBS 2003, deleted it from Client computers). We recently replaced another Toshiba laptop (same model) and I put the harddrive from the recently retired laptop into it and am now trying to rejoin it to...

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  • Wireless LAN setup

    Hi all, I have a wired network of some 2 servers, 20 clients and 1 ADSL broadband router, all connected through netgear switches. I want to setup the wireless lan where all 20 clients can access the network and the internet. Could anyone please let me know that.. 1-Would I will have to buy a...

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  • Wireless and VLAN

    Hi, I have the following equipment: - Symbol Spectrum24 11Mbps Access Point (AP-4131) - Cisco 2950 Switch (WS-C2950T-24) Our wireless infrastructure has been active for almost 2yrs now with WEP and Mac Address Security. I wanted to apply more security on our Wireless infrastructure by implementing...

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  • How to begin a thread with C, C++ on Linux

    Hi everybody. I'm developing a C program, which uses tcp sockets, but I need it to be multi-thread, on the server side. In the past, I have made that on ms windows, using the beginthread or beginthreadex functions. Can somebody tell me how to create a thread on Linux ? Thanks in advance.

    carlosdl65,110 pointsBadges:
  • IPSEC VPN to Frame Relay. ACL or Routing error

    scenario-- main site with framerelay connections to several small remote offices using Cisco routers. larger remote office connected to main site with Lan to Lan IPSEC VPN through PIX Firewalls. I can access anything on the main site from any of the remote offices no problem. however I cannot...

    Bouncybrit10 pointsBadges:
  • IP Modem?

    I have a remote site connected by VPN to our main site. we are providing ALL telephony related applications over this link as a temporary solution. I have great need to get some modem lines in at the VPN site for regulatory compliance. the location of the site is such that noone can provide POTS...

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  • Recommendations on protecting a Microsoft 2003 server with Lotus Domino 6.5

    I need advice on where I can find information on how to secure a Domino web server on the internet. We are running on a Windows 2003 server. Is there a checklist or script I can work through to lock down my Domino configurations? Is there some way to know what I can uninstall or remove from the...

    JAlyn631280 pointsBadges:
  • W2K AD domain time issue

    Business group wants to test software package/app behavior through several business cycles, intending to increment date on a group of domain member servers over the course of a couple of months. Has anyone ever done something similar without breaking network connectivity, i.e., logging on to...

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  • HP JetDirect 500X ‘Sleep’ Issues

    We currently have 10 sitese, each have a 500X print server running (with current Firmware) and two OkiData 320 printers attached via parallel cable. Each site is connected through Frame-Relay connection (hub/spoke) to our corporate print server. We have one location which seems to experience a...

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  • Router

    Hi all, I have two networks: Net1: 192.9.200.x net2: 10.10.10.x I medical images being processed in the 192 network but now we want to start sending those images over to the 10 network. I need a recommendation on a solution to route images between these 2 networks. I have seen where people are...

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  • IT Cover Letter

    Hello All, I an IT professional with ten years of working experience in the finance and health care industries. Most of IT career has been working with Lotus Notes & Domino, Windows, and all Lotus relate products. Currently I find myself looking for a job and in need of writing the perfect cover...

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  • Trunking (router + vlan) and security

    We have a switch with two VLAN. One VLAN is on the firewall/Internet side, the other VLAN is on the LAN side. The switch is connected to a router, like this http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/473/50a.jpg The router is connected to an MPLS cloud through another router. The job of the router is to...

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  • Looking for a UNIQUE KVM Solution

    I'm looking for something unusual in the way of a KVM (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) system, and have no idea where to find such a thing - so I'll describe it. In this case, I'll happily take brand names, since this would be a commercial product. As part of my business, I visit sites which are running...

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