• What kind of different server roles are bare minimum required for a fully operational LAN?

    Recently, I have been tasked to establish a LAN within my office. I have read that some server roles like domain controller, DNS, DHCP, backup server, Certificate Authority etc. are required to manage LAN. But some people say AAA server is also required, some say database & web server is also...

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  • Wi-Fi connected and no internet on Dell laptop

    Hello, I have a wireless Dell laptop, and it will say I am connected to the Wi-Fi, however I have no internet connection. Can you please help

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  • How to put limit on Wi-Fi data usuage

    My kids are on the computer all the time so I'm looking to put a data usage limit for my Wi-Fi. What's the best way to do this? Can I get a notification when I reach the limit? Thank you.

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  • List features of the three HP switch series and the type of network to which each is targeted

    How can I find the features of three HP switch series and the type of network towhich each is targeted?

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  • Wi-Fi will not find networks on Dell tablet

    I have a Dell Venue Pro 8 and it's running Windows 8.1. I just did a full reboot and now my Wi-Fi isn't finding any networks. Each time, I have to disable/enable it in order to get it to work. What should I try here to fix?

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  • Cannot connect to service with Iusacell

    I have a switch Grandstream and recruited for the service of my SIP telephony type Iusacell but left me to my fate and I cannot connect my service with the server of Iusacell. I spent the voice IP Proxy and the number of header, connect to the port 4 but it does not work.

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  • How to do a full network system audit check

    We require a full network system audit check at workplace - our IT department personnel had a conflict of interest so to confirm data is secure and private we require a comprehensive check for any backdoors; passwords need to be changed; back ups required. Work at a personal injury law firm...

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  • Automatically connect to secondary Wi-Fi network

    I'm currently in college and live in a huge dorm. Sometimes, our network stops working for some reason. Can I have Windows automatically switch to another Wi-Fi if it goes down? I need to be online most of the time and it goes down far too often.

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  • CLIENT MAC ADDR 00 16 35 66… GUID: 0EF0C… error on startup

    When I turn on my desktop PC it displays the HP invent Logo and then I get the following display HP UNDI PXE-2.1 V8.1.53 (then some HP copyright stuff) HP Base Code PXE-2.1 v1.0.2 (then some HP copyright stuff) and the following errors: CLIENT MAC ADDR: 00 16 35 66 31 52 GUID: 0EF0C819 2CB9 DA11...

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  • How to simulate network connectivity in test environment?

    Network connectivity that will be or is configured in production has to be replicated in test environment for accurate results. How one can do that precisely so that one can get the accurate results?

    shemachandra10 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting patch panel to a switch or individual workstation

    Our office space is spread out between two buildings and we have placed multiple IDFs/distribution frames so that each individual workstation can run a cable through the patch panels that are linked to the main switch that is connected to the router. My question: Can we just connect the individual...

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  • Effective use of wireless router as access point/gateway

    I have an AT&T Router/modem bringing the internet in. I have a Netgear N6300 hard wired to it to feed 4 IP cameras. I have a Netgear N600 hard wired to the N6300. I the have the N600 connected to a Netgear Prosafe 5-gigabit switch which feeds my smart-Tv and Blueray disc. My question is: Is...

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  • Create a wireless hotspot within an existing network

    Hi, I work in a place that has a wired and wireless network. My computer has internet access via its LAN cable but doesn't have a wireless adapter or anything, since there are wireless routers available in the network I wonder if I can use em to create a hotspot with my computer.

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  • Can someone track my IP address?

    Now my machine's address is 192.168.x.x. Can I be traced using my machines IP address or IPv4 address. Like if I tell you my machines address which is 192.168.x.x. Can you trace me?

    charlesMarsh5 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless AP Problem

    Hi, I have issue using Wi-Fi on laptop. It connected using Office Wi-Fi with DHCP Server, and certain time it will use the normal IP address 192.168 and not IP address that my office uses. Question is the wireless AP faulty even I tried static IP on laptop for certain time it just disconnected, but...

    MuhamadZairi5 pointsBadges:
  • Station with a mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 shown on wireless clients

    station with a mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 shown on wireless clients: Multiple Clients have same Mac address 00:11:22:33:44:55 I guessed it might be an issue from some of the NIC manufacturers.I am wondering what is the impact to the users on the wireless network will be? If two users have the...

    Truth5 pointsBadges:
  • Where to find CCNA opportunities?

    Hi, I am studying towards my CCNA in South Africa. I am looking at the possibly of immigrating, which countries or cities would be best suited for CCNA or higher Cisco certifications? Are there any other skills I should acquire to assist in a networking career? Are there places I can go that help...

    RonaldH5 pointsBadges:
  • MacBook Air Wi-Fi icon keeps trying to connect

    Hello, I have an observation more than an issue. I have a MacBook air and I'm connected to the Internet. But my Wi-Fi icon keeps saying that it's still trying to connect. This is specifically the icon too. Any idea why that's happening? Thank you.

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  • Windows 7 PC does not want to connect to Internet modem

    Recently, I change the password on my Internet modem. And I currently have two PCs. One is running Windows 10 and the other is still on Windows 7. I connected to the Internet just fine on the Windows 10 PC. But on Windows 7, it doesn't want to connect. It keeps saying that it is impossible to...

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  • Web browser communicate with Internet

    How does a a web browser communicate with the Internet?

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