• What’s the difference between a switch and a router?

    If a switch can connect through WAN, what is the difference between a switch and a router?

    tamoyai5 pointsBadges:
  • Opnet: load video file from hard disk send send it through the network

    I have a network simulated in Opnet. Now I want to consider a node as video source generator. It means that I want to load a video file from my hard disk and send it though the network. How should I do the process?

    moeini5 pointsBadges:
  • Specify IP address in Windows Server 2008

    We have a Windows Server 2008 that has roughly 10 IP addresses statically bound. Would there be a way to specify the default IP address? We noticed that when we add a new IP address to our NIC, it automatically changes the default address to the last IP that was entered.

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between Cisco 1941 & 1841 router memory

    What is the difference between Cisco 1941W router & 1841 router memory capacities?

    glorydgp20 pointsBadges:
  • Hypervisor overlay networks

    Can hypervisor overlay network provide an equivalent to the influential end to end principle for the next generation internet?

    sanwalzeb5 pointsBadges:
  • LAN components listing

    How do I get a LAN component listing & their names & addresses?

    nlouis45 pointsBadges:
  • Should we host our own DNS?

    We have our own ISP that's giving us a DNS for our domain. Here's the problem: It's imposing limitations for adding records. So we have thought about running our own DNS. Should we go this route? Should we just have our ISP do this?

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • Plugging two ends of network cable into single router

    At my home, can I plug two ends of my network cable into a single switch or router? If I do this, will I have any problems on my network? Thanks!

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • Command line tool for reverse DNS look-up

    Does anyone know if there's a command line too that would do a reverse DNS look-up in Microsoft Windows? I've already tried several things including NSLOOKUP and HOST but those don't work. Thanks for the help!

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • Finding hostname from IP address using a Windows network

    Currently, I have a LAN that has a number of Windows hosts. On my command line, I usually ping it to get the IP address of one of the Windows machines. Is there a way to get the hostname of one specific IP address in the same Windows workgroup?

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco WebEx error message: We can’t connect to your webcam

    When joining a meeting the user gets this message popping up every 5 seconds, "we can't connect to your webcam". The webcam has been tested and works, but something with WebEx isn't jiving with it.

    emerzwski5 pointsBadges:
  • How to alot 1 MBPS link in every system

    Dear sir, I have a 100 system in my network and I have 10 MBPS (Airtel broadband ) connection. Can you please tell me how to alot 1 MBPS per system?

    juguljee865 pointsBadges:
  • Implement MIB and database into a network management system

    What's the difference between the database of a network management system and its MIB. How do you implement each in a network management system?

    faizkrazzy5 pointsBadges:
  • Whats the best all-in-one laser printer that toner can easily be refilled?

    There are so many printers out there and they're all trying to rip you off. I need a laser all in one printer that I can simply refill the toner. I don't care about print quality so much. I tried the brother printers but every time I tried refilling the toner and setting the dials back to the...

    tempokill5 pointsBadges:
  • How to set Group Policy Settings in Workgroup environment using Windows XP

    We have around 30 PCs in workgroup environment. Operating System is Windows XP. We want to set up Group Policy on all the system for setting up common wallpapers, profile settings, security etc. How can we setup group policy in Workgroup PCs having Operating System as Windows XP? Do we have to...

    Sunilhotwani5 pointsBadges:
  • Small network patching for SMBs

    I am looking for a Patching tool for small home based, and small business based networks with no servers. I used Retina, BigFix, SCCM and others in my last job, but I am doing some consulting for a small startup, and need a small scale solution. Would be optimal if I could access remotely, so as to...

    SgtGus135 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server log file is too big

    We are using SQL Server 2008 with full recovery model, the database size is 10 GB and the log file is 172 GB, we want to clear up the space of the log file internally, we did transaction log file backup it should be clear up , but it still 172 GB. What to do?

    mimiKh5 pointsBadges:
  • Should I run antivirus software on our Linux DNS servers?

    We were recently audited and now we need to install new antivirus software for our DNS servers that are running Linux. The actually servers weren't compromised but it was a recommendation. Should we go through with this? If so, what antivirus should we use?

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • How do I list DNS records for website?

    Our organization is running an internal DNS for one of our websites. We have a machine on the network that we need to find ASAP. But the issue is that we forgot the name. Can we see a list of all the domain records for the website?

    ITKE376,220 pointsBadges:
  • File system block size vs disk block size

    Take that my file system block size is 4k, and my disk block size (physical sector size) is 4k. What happens if my increase file system block size to 64k? Is file system block size actually I/O block size, or is it something else? And what is kernel block size? How does it all impact my reading and...

    Krcevina5 pointsBadges:

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