• Cisco Call Manager CSS

    Hi, I'm a beginner with Call Manager 7 and need some help. this is a Hotel in Spain. The Director wants to block all the rooms extensions. when the reception makes the customer check in, I have to change the CSS (calling search space) on the Directory number. CSS Block to CSS Allow. So they can...

    Absolutt5 pointsBadges:
  • After the FTP DB2/400 to TXT (PC) the size of the original records was reduced

    After the FTP DB2/400 to TXT (PC). How not to lose the original size of records containing "spaces" at the end of it? For example: I have a arquiivo DB2/400 with size of 86 bytes. Since the record header is only a character "H" in the first position and the remaining 85 are blank; On the Record...

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  • Blocking Internet for users through ISA Server 2004?

    I have isa server 2004, everyone accessing internet, but i want to block internet for someusers, i created rule in isa, but afterthat in my chairman pc, asking for admin username and passowrd when he tried to access internet? He dont lik this type, whenever i Changing policies username and password...

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  • Will NAT66 provide network address translation in IPv6?

    I heard there is no way to do network address translation (NAT) in IPv6. Is this true? What about NAT66? Won't that provide IPv6 NATing?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN500 pointsBadges:
  • Change static default gateway

    Hi everyone; looking to get some help I need to change the default gateway on a lot of computers with Windows XP, is there a way to do it thru a script or any other easier way rather than having to sit in front of every computer. Thanks in advance for your help. CG._

    CGarcia26C1,025 pointsBadges:
  • How can I block websites in local DNS

    Hi.. My company have local dns server here i want to block some sites in local DNS only for all clients pc... How can i do this quckly... PLZ help me Thanks in advance. Regards Hira Chilwal

    Hirachilwal25 pointsBadges:
  • Can’t open MS Access database on file server

    Access 2000 database is now installed on Window 2000 Server (File Server and Domain Controller), using Active Directory. Win98 SE Client running Access 2000 can open it, but when I try to open it with Access 2002 on my XP Pro client, Access refuses, telling me it's not a trusted site or outside the...

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  • Career Change-Dot Net Developer to Networking Associate Jobs

    I am currently working as .net developer for couple of months only (as a H1B consultant at dallas, Texas). I have MCP (070-270)and CCNA (640-801) certification (1.5 yrs back)with BE computer, but don't have any networking experience. I have deep personal interest in networking field but due to job...

    Dheeraz5 pointsBadges:
  • fiber oct lines could it be used wifi broadcasting? what would be the good and bad of using it?

    using fiber opt. line for wifi, what the good and bad for this? also i want to build a kit for rv users to have to get wifi a antenna to mount and everything needed to pick up wifi. what would you suggest for this kit and it should pick up a mile away in any direction without being moved and work...

    Dclarencecarter5 pointsBadges:
  • Long distance monitoring SIP servers and proxies

    We have a data center hosting our sip servers and proxies. The location is far from our main office. How can we monitor the servers and the lines?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • How will you use virtualization for data center networking this year? (Sponsored)

    How much do you plan to leverage virtualization for data center networking in 2012? Significantly, somewhat or not at all?

    SilverPeakExpert25 pointsBadges:
  • How to used a Quickbooks client software on VPN?

    Currently I'm trying to set an employee to used the quickbooks client software from home but the server that contains the database is in another location. How can I make this connections happen. Can I used a vpn connection to make this work if not what other solutions you guys suggest?

    Ricardo5736590 pointsBadges:
  • turning off the wireless broadcast

    Can I use my netgear 300n as a wired router without having the wireless function?

    Lostsignalplease5 pointsBadges:
  • DDM file access headaches

    We have a small problem here. Our tax software is on the corporate box (i-series P7 V6R1). Our remote systems access the data via DDM file connections. The tax programs are currently run in batch mode via Asyncs under 1 user profile.  Everything worked fine till now. We are in the process of...

    ToddN20006,360 pointsBadges:
  • import a iSeries trace to Wireshark

    Can anyone tell me how to import a TRCCNN ASCII trace to Wireshark? In Wireshark, I  import as a TXT file, but it doesn't work.  Thank you for any help that you can provide.    

    BruceH4925 pointsBadges:
  • Reasons for using RIP instead of OSPF,EIGRP

    Now a days also why we are using RIP instead of OSPF,EIGRP.Any one knows means please tell me.

    yans112112290 pointsBadges:
  • RIP Protocol

    I need to enable RIP on R1 & R2 to route for 192.168.1.0/24, on R2 configure default route to forward unknown destinations to ISP, on R2 propagate the default route to R1, on ISP configure a single static route the 192.168.1.0/24 network pointing to R2, configure RIP so that the routing updates are...

    Chowdog115 pointsBadges:
  • Processing limit was reached

    One of our customer Production server has Crystal Reports server 2008 SP1 installed along with Crystal Reports server Embedded 2008.This server has total of 9 RAS services running. There reports are generated and refreshed through a Crystal DOTNET API viewer. The issue with one particular report...

    ANIRBANINDIA5 pointsBadges:
  • Networking courses

    i want to start one certificate courses for networking as my profession, so help me regarding choosing exactly which courses is most beneficial to me my carrier

    Rajdip10 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Demystifying the Virtual Desktop

    Interested in desktop virtualization? This week's free IT book is just what you need. Michael Fox's Demystifying the Virtual Desktop Starting with Desktop Virtualization is a quick read that breaks down the business and technical complexities of virtual desktops. Simply answer one of five questions...

    ITKE54,660 pointsBadges:

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