• second question About DNS

    Can a computer have 2 DNS names that fall in different top-level domains? If so, give a plausible example. If not, explain why not.

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  • About DNS

    DNS uses UDP instead of TCP. If a DNS packet is lost, there is no automatic recovery. Does this cause a problem, and if so, how is it solved?

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  • Ethernet

    Hello, I am working on Embedded Ethernet, without using a MAC controller on my Board. I have created ethernet packets and am transmitting it from the board. The packets are not received on PC and Protocol analyzer indicates CRC error. But I am sure that the CRC calculated on the board is correct as...

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  • Ethernet

    Hello, I am working on Embedded Ethernet, without using a MAC controller on my Board. I have created ethernet packets and am transmitting it from the board. The packets are not received on PC and Protocol analyzer indicates CRC error. But I am sure that the CRC calculated on the board is correct as...

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  • Internet Explorer with 2 NICs

    on a server 2000 machine with 2 NICs, is there a way to point internet explorer at a particular NIC?

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  • Secure FTP

    Does anyone know how to setup Certificate for Secure SSL FTP on AS400 ?

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  • My New Telephone Project

    Hello Dear Friends, I am student of computer science here in pakistan. I am starting a project related to computer interfacing. i want to control home appliances through telephone, but i cann't decide where to start. can any friend like you help me in this regard?. I shall be thankful to all.

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  • Bandwidth managment … in windows 2000 0r 2003 server

    Hi ! Plz I need help in controlling the internet bandwidth on a LAN network ? Also note that I have a Game server installed on LAN.

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  • PIX VPN DHCP Relay not relaying DHCP packets

    Hi, I've setup a VPN across 2 PIX506e's using primarily the PDM software. IT is a very basic setup using PDM. I also needed DHCP relay to relay from clients on pix B to pixA and then the dhcp server. So I add in the DHCP relay server address on pixB and point to the relevant IP over the outside...

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  • site to site VPN

    I am looking for ways to connect two LANs. I would like any computer on LAN A to be able to interact with any computer on LAN B and vice versa. BOth sites ahve adsl and use windows 2003 server. Any easy How to's would be appreciated.

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  • Problems Installing Novell Netware 6. PLEASE HELP.

    I am installing Netware 6 on a supermicro server with a supermicro X5DPA-GG motherboard, adaptec 2200s RAID controller card, two Seagate cheetah Ultra 320 SCSI HD's setup as a Mirrored array, and dual Xeon Processors. The problem is that after the DOS partition is installed, and after the files are...

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  • Stuck with WEP – will increasing key lengths help harden WLAN?

    I have potential security issues on my wireless LAN because my equipment is older and I can?t use WPA. I'm worried that my data is vulnerable. If I increase my WEP key length from 40 to 128 or greater, will this help?

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  • TCP/IP Netbios Helper – Can it be disabled?

    I'm trying to eliminate some NetBIOS traffic from a new 2003 AD domain recently upgraded from NT4. I've disabled Netbios over TCP/IP without any negative effects, but stopping the TCP/IP Netbios Helper on WinXP clients seems to bring NETLOGON-type functionality to a halt, and I don't get name...

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  • Memory Allocation

    Hi Guys, I?m in a sticky situation here. I have a 3640 which hangs for a couple of minutes every night when there?s a scheduled backup going on the LAN(For a couple of minutes all my WAN links start bouncing) . Basically the traffic goes from one Ethernet to the other. When i initiate the ?sh...

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  • Configuring Multiple Internet Access Points

    We currently have a hub and spoke topology where all nine remote sites come back to HQ for Internet and server access. We have one site that uses about 60% of out Internet bandwidth, so we decided to drop a dedicated T1 Internet line at this site for this site's use only - all other sites will...

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  • Secondary Controller unable to access Primary Controller

    I am a realtively new systems administrator who has inherited a badly designed network. I had a couple of days off work and when I came back, my secondary server could no longer access my primary server. When I try to access a shared drive on the primary server from the secondary server I get the...

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  • Network and ipconfig have vanished…

    New computer, AMD Athlon 64 (MSI K8N Neo Platinum motherboard), Win XP Pro SP2. Computer has been running well for about a month. Recently user reports occasional blue screen crashes reporting hardware fault, suddenly his network connection has vanished. Network connection is fine to the back of...

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  • Is Windows security an afterthought?

    As the editor of SearchWindowsSecurity.com, I often speak with users about their Windows security responsibilities. One senior systems analyst in particular sent me an interesting note recently... To give you some background, he's in charge of configuring and administering desktop systems...

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  • EVENT ID 5509 – MS WINDOWS DNS

    Our Win2K DNS server gets the following error message and locks up and we have to restart the DNS Server for it begin working properly again. Event ID 5509 The DNS Server encountered an invalid DNS update message from 192.168.1.5 (DNS Server, DC IP Address) The packet was reject. Can anyone steer...

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  • Segmenting the LAN for Security purposes

    The worm Mspn32 came in on one machine behind the firewall and spread over e-mail or network to other departments. Could I isolate a worm once it's inside by dividing up my LAN into departments or sections with either departmental firewalls or managed switches and VLANS? Anyone doing this,...

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