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    What is the difference to the traffic on the lan accecing a server if You use single mode fiber rather than multimode .Will it link and work ?

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  • Is it possible to limit or restrict access for VPN clients

    Is it possible to limit or restrict access for VPN clients using an access-list and if so how to do it

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  • Using switches to extend my network

    Can I use switches to extend my network? What is the limit of how far I can physically extend it? We are using Cat6 and gigabit.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Wide Area Network Help (WAN)

    I am taking a class at work and I have to design a WAN that will connect 2 different sites in 2 different states. It has to have the bandwidth to handle video conferencing and normal network traffic. I will have approx 300 users in 1 location and the same in the other. What would be the best way to...

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  • iSeries Access *.OWS File

    We are changing the iSeries IP address in company with 3000+ users connecting with different versions of iSeries Access for Windows. Most of these configurations were done with system IP rather than host name. Can all of these be changed with LAN Desk and if so how?

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  • what is the difference between hub and router and why is it necessary to utilize a hub when creating a network

    what is the difference between hub and router and why is it necessary to utilize a hub when creating a network

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  • Advantages of fiber optic cabling compared to UTP

    What is the advantages of fiber optic cabling compared to unshielded twisted pair (UTP)?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Mapping Network Drives in Citrix???

    We have four Citrix servers and when our users connect we have to manually map their drives each time they connect to a different server. Once you have connected to all of them the drives are always visible, but for new employees the process is tedious and frustrating. is there a script we can...

    Tim204320 pointsBadges:
  • AMD Sempron

    Hi all, I have one desktop running on AMD sempron 2200. In my home network. It?s clock speed is 1.5 GHz as per manufacture?s specification. but in system properties It showing only 800 MHz. OS is using XP SP2. But it working very smoothly. Anybody have any idea about why it likes this?

    Squibc40 pointsBadges:
  • LAN Technolgy

    Which LAN technology has the highest capacity: ethernet, fast ethernet, fibre channel, wireless lan, or gigabit ethernet

    Erdunham5 pointsBadges:
  • Ethernet Network

    What type of modulation does the Ethernet network use (cat 5 cable)?

    Angelhall0 pointsBadges:
  • Is an MCSE or a CCNP degree more valuable to an employer?

    With the economy the way it is, is it better to have a CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) or MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) certificate? I don't have time to complete both courses and I'm urgently seeking employment.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • osi model

    which osi layer does this network componets operate: swicth,router,computer

    Theophulus10 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    danmd5systemad370 pointsBadges:
  • What are IPv6 shadow networks?

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

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,050 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Kwt712555 pointsBadges:
  • The Future of the MAC address

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

    Fresh25 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    valmsmith870 pointsBadges:
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    It's that time again -- a chance to win an Amazon.com gift certificate based on your activity in the IT Knowledge Exchange community! Remember: the more you ask, answer and discuss questions, the more Knowledge Points you will earn. (Only valid questions, answers and discussions will be counted...

    ITKE346,180 pointsBadges:
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    Members who have earned over 1,000 Knowledge Points in the community by December 15th have the opportunity to cash in their points for Amazon gift cards -- just e-mail us at contactus -AT- itknowledgeexchange.com with your handle when you choose to cash out. You can also post here in the discussion...

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