• Application retirement and database archiving

    Hi! I have a constantly developing application and i want to archive its DB. The DB tables structures constantly change. My idea is to develop non changing core structures (tables) of production tables. It will be something like physical DataMart. For example if I have client information in...

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  • CCNA Question

    This is confusing to me unless I am not seeing the bigger picture. It says configure the router Ip addresses on the E0 and S0 interfaces so that the E0 receives the 11th usable subnet while the S0 receives the 4th usable subnet from the network 192.168.191.0/28. Both interfaces should receive the...

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  • attachments

    when I write a new msg, I do not have the option to make an attachment. would you please help me? Thank you

    bacats15 pointsBadges:
  • CCNA Question

    This is confusing to me unless I am not seeing the bigger picture.It says configure the router Ip addresses on the E0 and S0 interfaces so that the E0 receives the 11th usable subnet while the S0 receives the 4th usable subnet from the network 192.168.191.0/28. Both interfaces should receive the...

    sed4521d5 pointsBadges:
  • Differences between ASA and PIX

    I am pretty new to Cisco, Please help me to get the rough idea about Differences between ASA and PIX; If possible please provide the examples. And in my environment we are having the below series devices. Is there any configuration changes/Command line differences will be there...? If there please...

    yans112112290 pointsBadges:
  • Statefull firewalls

    Okay, let me start of with I "Googled" my question but I didn't really get a good answer. So I'm going to give it a shot here. Can someone please explain to me what is statefull firewalls, and whats the different between statefull and not-statefull firewalls?

    Tafiela55 pointsBadges:
  • High Performance Network Myths

    Marc Staimer has spent some time debunking common myths about high-performance networks. What other myths about high-performance networks can you debunk or would you like to see debunked?

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • Medium and ports

    Hi, I was wondering and hoping that anyone can answer my question. What medium and ports can be used for connecting a PC-to-PC? A PC to Switch connection? Switch to Switch connection? Switch to Router connection?

    Sandalvincci25 pointsBadges:
  • Routing confusion

    I am confused about routing I know Cisco routers are capable of routing different NWs if it is WAN or LAN. Also there are lot of other routers available in the market such as d-link 525 .Netgear, Astaro, Pfsense,Linksys sub-routers. What is the difference between the routing mechanism they use?...

    sumeshbnr1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless printer internet

    I am aware that the new wireless printers will work without connecting to the internet. But why would you want them connected to the internet in the first place?

    LaptopWillie5 pointsBadges:
  • IT Security Consulting

    I am a student doing some research on the IT Security Consulting field. I was wondering if I could get a general break down of what the IT Security Consulting field entails and the main services that they offer to companies. Thanks!

    pboltn20 pointsBadges:
  • IOS vs OSI

    What is the difference between IOS and OSI model?

    Brewery750 pointsBadges:
  • DFS client based in windows server 2003?

    What does DFS client-based component mean in Windows Server 2003 environment?

    Asifali10 pointsBadges:
  • Network based security information system

    I want a lot of information on the title as I have a project on it. Can someone help me get started?

    toluwase5 pointsBadges:
  • How does DNS work

    Can someone tell me how DNS works?

    Lewisjj15 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between manageable or non manageable switch

    Can someone tell me the difference between manageable or non manageable switch?

    Itnetworks5 pointsBadges:
  • USB wireless adaptor as input source to router

    I have a USB wireless adapter. I wanted to use it as an ISP input source to a wireless router. This so all my wireless devices can connect to and share internet connection. Have been searching article on this but not much on this topic. Can this be done?

    tran126715 pointsBadges:
  • FTP a file from AS400 to VOS Stratus

    Need to transfer an AS400 physical file to VOS Stratus operating system and store file in a library on the remote system (Stratus0. I would like to seutp a CL program on the AS400 server to initiate this file transer to the VOS Stratus operating system. What would be the commands to use for my CL...

    harpsk95 pointsBadges:
  • SSL Wildcard Certification advice please

    I've never installed Wildcard SSL certs before. We want to implement them for our domains/subdomains. When asking the resellers it seems you need to have 1 Wildcard SSL cert PER server, but we use cloud servers & have subdomains residing on different VPSs. Is it possible to use 1 Wildcard SSL...

    lynngre5 pointsBadges:
  • How would you manage your BYOD bandwidth successfully?

    As more companies embrace BYOD policies, the increase in devices can tax networks and complicate bandwidth management. To mange your bandwidth successfully, expert Craig Mathias says to follow these three steps: Manage Policy Regulate bandwidth and shape traffic Manage the whole network Do you...

    Michael Tidmarsh31,970 pointsBadges:

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