• CAN we use DAS as NAS?

    Hello guys... Suppose, I am using a server with Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and that server is connected to a small sized Local Area Network (LAN). Now if clients from the network use the storage space attached to server for back up purpose then logically can we call it as NAS (Network Attached...

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  • Best way to create redundancy for your vCenter server

    We currently have our vCenter as a VM and I would like to add some redundancy to the current environment. I could create another vCenter server and have fault tolerance setup. Another possibility is to have both a physical and virtual vCenter server. Are there other options and what is the best way...

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  • Connecting my PC to my firewall and Internet

    My PC is connected to my firewall and the firewall is connected to the internet. In the firewall, I have implemented static NAT from my PC. I'm now accessing Google. What will be the source IP, destination IP, source MAC, destination MAC, source port and destination port?

    kranthi5515 pointsBadges:
  • Ad-hoc network protocol

    What is the difference between AODV & DSR?

    satyendrasoni21715 pointsBadges:
  • Video over 802.11n with guaranteed QoS

    How do I stream a video with 802.11n with a guaranteed QoS?

    overseaer5 pointsBadges:
  • Wi-Fi MAC address history

    Is it possible to find out what devices have accessed or attempted to access a Wi-Fi signal? Like a history of MAC addresses with dates and times of access or attempted access?

    harrisandy5 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a limit of on the number of TCP/IP connections on Windows Server 2008?

    I currently have a .NET service that listens on a single port over a TCP protocol. Here's the way it works: Our clients connect and transmit their data for periods at a time. Is there a limit on the # of connections on Windows Server 2008? I haven't hit any yet but I'm worried since our company is...

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • The future of CCNA in networking

    I want all information about CCNA in networking with future scope.

    dev1234565 pointsBadges:
  • Dissertation/Theosis Topic Help

    Hello, I am currently in the middle of deciding a topic for my dissertation (theosis) for my Masters degree in Computer Networks. I've spent the past week searching all the emerging topics and looked for research holes in the field of network security. I am interested in the security in wireless,...

    Techy10 pointsBadges:
  • Identity not varied by website

    I'm browsing a website and it says identity not varied. Why is that?

    mahesh200130 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible for Windows Server 2008 to act as a VPN server?

    I've recently bought a Windows Web Server 2008 and I'm looking to setup an incoming VPN connection but I can't find any option to do it. Does anyone know if this version of Windows Server is capable of accepting incoming VPN connections?

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • How to setup a website to redirect and reach a different website via internet VPN

    Hi Guys, I recently came across performance issue for one of my client in china who access websites which are hosted in Australia, i am sure you all agree that externally hosted websites are very slow when accessed from within china. I am not an expert in networks but i may have a solution for...

    sinsermandark5 pointsBadges:
  • Should we let iPhones in? Security, iPhone and the Enterprise

    Attempting to assess the pros/cons of using Blackberry vs ActiveSync (specifically iPhone) for remote access to email, calendar and contacts, as well as WAP-enabled access to internal information systems and databases. We are a Healthcare organization running Exchange 2007. Security is a concern...

    ResearchAssistant855 pointsBadges:
  • ip address at a wireless hotspot

    When I connect at an internet cafe, is my ip address the cafe's?  In other words, does my computer have anonymity?  if I open a free email account while at the cafe, nothing can be traced back to my computer later?

    Jquestion5 pointsBadges:
  • Does a Cisco 3945 router need PVDM resources for conference bridge?

    Does the 3945 router need PVDM resources for localized conference bridge and transcoding?

    Jtcald10 pointsBadges:
  • DNS lookup query

    Good morning,We have observed some unexpected behavior on our DNS server. Looking at the logs it appears to be sending a DNS query to a remote server that is not listed a forwarder in its configuration. The IP and domain lookup in question appear to be related to malware and they are being blocked,...

    gdf19035 pointsBadges:
  • 2 WANs on a single firewall

    I have 2 WAN ports configured on firewall with different ISP. One is MTNL and the other is Aircell. How can I measure speed of individual WAN?

    akumar65 pointsBadges:
  • Networking

    I have a question regarding domain identification of a computer. How does the domain determine the operating system of a computer on its network. Does it use the Registry or some other method?

    Bubbagump0 pointsBadges:
  • Remote PC Video Card: Is it needed for LANDesk Connections

    If the video card is not working on the remote pc can the remote pc be accessed by LanDesk or does the video card need to work to view the remote pc?

    rimpc1035 pointsBadges:
  • How to get the IP address on a Lotus Notes page

    How to get IP address on a Lotus Notes page. In Lotus Notes form, we can this by using a field Remote_Addr.

    shivasanjay2,425 pointsBadges:

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