• Question on changing status of iSeries IP address

         How do you change the status of IP address in iSeries from ACTIVE to INACTIVE after performing IPL? I need to know the procedure on doing this because In our scheduled DRP testing activity, there's a part in that activity where i have to configure an existing Production IP address for...

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  • What are IPv6 shadow networks?

    What are IPv6 shadow networks and how do I know if I have one in my companies' network?

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  • Network Diagram and Documentation

    I am looking for a free tool that can help me setup the current environment that i have. I work for the hospital and the network is all over. I am looking for some software, that will go out and grab everything for me, if possible, and draw it out. Any recommendations would be helpful ... i have...

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  • The Future of the MAC address

    What is gonna happen if/when we run out of mac addresses?

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  • Home networking

    I have a home network which has 4 PCs and a couple of gaming platforms connected to it. I have a LinkSys 100 cable modem. I DID have two routers connected to it, one from the cable to the first router which fed directly to the main PC about 4 feet away. The other feed was to another router about 40...

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  • Cisco vs HP

    I have read a lot about the debate between Cisco and HP switches. In what use cases does going with the HP product make a lot of sense and how much of Cisco's installed base is realistically at risk? What are the primary factors that sway decision makers one way or the other?

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  • VPN Connectivity Issue with SQL Database

    My Issue is with a VPN Connection. I have an SQL Data Base set up on a Windows XP Pro machine. We are using a Clear Motorola WFIMAX Modem and an AirPort Extreme Router. I have port 1723 Forwarded and Out going and Incoming Connections created on both Server and Client.  The Server has a version of...

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  • DHCP conflicts after adding a wireless router

    We added a wireless router to the corporate network and we are getting loads of DHCP conflicts. Can you help us resolve this without having to do static IP addresses manually.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Set up using DHCP scope options

    What options can we setup using DHCP scope options? Is there a list somewhere we can see and/or add them?

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  • VPN Hollander Powerlink Server issues

    I set up a VPN connection to our Hollander Powerlink Server when I try to set up the client software I get and error message unable to validate the power link server. I have all the drivers mapped on the client machine. during set up I try to map the SQL but I am having trouble making the...

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  • Cisco layer 3

    what command do we use for a layer 3 switch so it can also act as a router

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  • allow users from specific static ip

    We already completed the site. The problem is The site is having 3 logins . one is the main super admin for the client another two is for college admin .(Colleges will login here) & their students. All the works are completed. For example: College IP: 172.16.4.1 172.16.1.101 This college should not...

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  • Help needed in making firewall in either C or C++ language

    i have to make a program in C/C++ to be run Client pc(windows platform) for followings: 1. to block access to a site(s), either by drop down menu or user entered. 2. act as a url filter to block any url consisting any word from a given list, for example "Facebook" or a bad word. progress: for the...

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  • IPv6 and IPv4 addresses on the same network

    How can I have IPv6 and IPv4 addresses co-existing on my network allowing them to talk to each other even though most clients only have one or the other?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Does Active Directory on Windows server 2008 still require DNS?

    Does AD on Windows 2008 require DNS still? If not what can we use in its place?

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  • Security ramifications if translating IPv6 to IPv4

    How is IPv6 more secure over IPv4? If we are translating IPv6 to IPv4 can their be security ramifications?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book is Christopher Moyer's Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects. "Don't just migrate the cloud: Use cloud architectural patterns that deliver superior performance, scalability, and availability" with this great resource. Answer one of five...

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  • Encrypting wireless router

    What steps should I follow in encrypting my linksys wireless router? My previous password had both letters and numbers.

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