The DRAC card allows you to remotely manage the physical hardware including power the machine on and off, remotely see the machine post, etc. You’ll want to leave it connected. Just connect a network cable to it, and the next time the server reboots configure the card with an IP address and a password. You [...]
View Answer | September 8, 2010 6:10 PM
Dell, Dell Poweredge 6850, PowerEdge servers, Remote access, Remote management
Can you, from within your network, ping your website by name, i.e. www.mycompany.com? When you do the ping, does the command return the correct IP address for the site? If you ping from outside your network, do the IP addresses match with your internal results? If you do not have ready access to an outside [...]
View Answer | September 8, 2010 2:03 PM
DNS, DNS errors, DNS server, External IP Addresses, Firewalls
Expensive for just one event but we use a tool called Varonis which includes this function very good tool and capable of much more
View Answer | September 8, 2010 1:52 PM
CIFS, Common Internet File System, Server Message Block, SMB, User tracking
The easiest way is to configure encryption on the router, then use a group policy to configure your employee’s computers to allow them to connect to that WiFi connection.
View Answer | September 7, 2010 11:54 PM
Active Directory, Active Directory Permissions, Active Directory security, Network security, Network Security Management, Security in 2010, Wireless security
u may use the following commands other than scp…. 1. rsync -e ssh [-avz] /some/file [ more ... ] host.name:/destination/file 2. tar -cf – /some/file | ssh host.name tar -xf – -C /destination or u may use smb command.
View Answer | September 6, 2010 8:33 AM
Linux administration, Linux Backup, Linux servers, Server migration, SSCP
Can you access other websites with the Windows 7 computer? If you can then there’s a problem with that specific website and you’ll need to contact them. If its all websites what error message do you get?
View Answer | September 5, 2010 4:20 AM
ADSL, ADSL2+, IP address, IP address conflict, Windows 7, Windows XP
Without more information it would be impossible to answer your question accurately. I would first check with your systems administrator to see if any changes have been made recently that may affect your System i FTP server. Some possible causes – improper syntax; lacking ptfs; application administration; folder permissions, object availability; unrelated network issues; Just [...]
View Answer | September 3, 2010 11:11 PM
AS/400 error messages, AS/400 errors, AS/400 FTP, FTP, FTP Error Codes
MoniTor : : : On-Error do_something : : End-Monitor -Sarge ========================================================= <i>i tried using RCVMSG but it dint wor out.</i> RCVMSG is a correct way to do it in CL. If it didn’t work out, then you need to show us what you did so we can determine what was wrong. If you are working [...]
View Answer | September 3, 2010 9:59 PM
AS/400, CL, CL Program, Network diagnostics and measurements
As far as I know the only time the IP address information would be removed from a TCP packet would be when the packet goes through a NAT or PAT router as it needs to change the private side information to public side information.
View Answer | September 3, 2010 8:09 PM
IP address, IP address management, MAC address, Routers, Routing
Congratulations to <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/profile/jaymz69/”>Jaymz69</a> for winning the CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator! We look forward to hearing your review of the product and how it helps out at your company. Thank you to everyone who sent in their stories; it was really difficult to choose. Keep checking the site for future giveaways! Thanks, Melanie
View Answer | September 3, 2010 4:49 PM
CCNA, CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator, CCNA Certification, Giveaways, Network simulator, Networking, Networking Equipment
Yes you can, but you’ll actually give them the same IP address. If you are using Windows 2008 or up this can be easily done. In the networking window (the network connections window that shows each of the physical NICs) click on the Advanced drop down then “Bridge Connections”. Select the NICs to bridge and [...]
View Answer | September 3, 2010 1:31 AM
Dell servers, IP address, IP address management, Load balancer, Load balancing, Redundancy, Redundant Switches
At home I’m using the FIOS Actiontec Wireless Router/ Switch built in. The device has been in use for 2 1/2 yrs and never had one issue and at work Cisco wireless and switches are the most reliable in a enterprise environment.
View Answer | September 2, 2010 10:29 PM
Cisco, Linksys, Open IT Forum, Routers, Switches, Wireless Access Points, Wireless in 2010, Wireless Network, Wireless networking
<pre> Hi friends, How can I configure a UserProfile without the Initial Library List. This user was configured below: User profile . . . . . . . . . . > FTPUSR Name User password . . . . . . . . . *SAME Character value, *SAME, * Set password to expired . [...]
View Answer | September 2, 2010 10:17 PM
FTP, FTP management, FTP permission, FTP Script, Library List
First, you need to make sure that the e-mail account you wish to use to receive alerts is properly defined in the contacts configuration file (contacts.cfg), which is usually under <b>/usr/local/nagios/etc/objects/</b>. Also, you will probably need mailx/postfix or similar packages to be able to send e-mail alerts, and you will probably need to modify your [...]
View Answer | September 2, 2010 3:53 PM
Nagios, Remote desktop, Virtual machine management, Virtual Machines
Sadly I cannot comment on your router without knowing the make and model but its not a feature I am aware of. You could use time based rules to stop access through it or simply use a mains timer to turn it on or off when not required.
View Answer | September 2, 2010 10:18 AM
Routers, Security in 2010, Wireless in 2010, Wireless network management, Wireless network security, Wireless router configuration, Wireless routers
When Windows resets you network adapter it simply does the following Releases your IP address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway then through the process of DHCP negotiation it tries to acquire a new valid IP address thus getting you back on the network. You can do the same thing manually by opening a command prompt [...]
View Answer | September 1, 2010 11:29 AM
Network Adapters, Networking, Wifi, Wireless in 2010, Wireless networking
CCNA > CCNP > CCIE or CEH
View Answer | September 1, 2010 11:01 AM
IT career development, IT career planning, Network administration, Network Administrator, Network Security Management, Security management
Don’t nest groups move than 20 levels deep when sending email.
View Answer | September 1, 2010 12:51 AM
NESTED, Nested selects, Networking
<a href=”http://www.petri.co.il/disable_usb_disks_with_gpo.htm “>Great instructions</a> found for you via Peril. It includes a custom “adm” GPO file to utilize for those additional settings. It helps if your environment is Vista and above for improved functions but will still work with XP in the environment. This setting only allows you to disable devices a much better solution [...]
View Answer | August 31, 2010 2:40 PM
Active Directory, Active Directory security, Network security, Network Security Policies, USB devices, USB drive, USB security, Wireless in 2010
Private IP addresses are not routable on the public internet but with the use of NAT (network address translation) you can appear to be originating from a public address and therefore can reach other public destinations.
View Answer | August 31, 2010 1:25 PM
IP communications, Networking, Private networks, Remote desktop, Windows 7, Wireless in 2010