Bluecoat support should be able to help, but I’m not positive that you will be able to block just uploading data. You would most likely have to deny access to the websites completely. This is a good case for deploying a Network DLP system. You may block any posting of senssitive data or block the [...]
View Answer | May 20, 2010 4:21 PM
Blue Coat ProxyClient, Internet access, Internet Postings Policy, Internet restrictions, User Permissions
Yeah i agree, that you will need to be more specific. are u trying to connect to broadband using some router and device?? what device are u using??
View Answer | May 20, 2010 12:52 PM
DHCP, WAN, Windows XP
Found this video which may help you with it: http://www.steeleye.com/downloads/resource/videos/dhcp-cluster-with-datakeeper/index.htm
View Answer | May 19, 2010 8:48 PM
DHCP server, File Server, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 Clustering
There could be a bunch of issues. Have you tested to see if your crossover cable is good? Have you checked the “show interface” command to see what the interface is reporting? Have you checked the logs while trying to ping to see if it is rejecting the packet? Double checked your ips to make [...]
View Answer | May 19, 2010 8:10 PM
Cisco PIX, Firewall management, Firewalls, PIX, PIX 535
You can try doing to the Cisco/Linksys website and see if there’s a newer firmware that is available. This will fix it if it’s a software problem. If the hardware is beginning to fail, you’ll need to replace it.
View Answer | May 19, 2010 4:29 AM
Cisco Routers, Linksys, Linksys Routers, Linksys WRT150N, Router Troubleshooting, Routers
I think this website (<a href=”http://lopsa.org/CodeOfEthics”>League of Professional Systems Administrators</a>) has the answer your superintendent is looking for. You could use this document as you wish as an agreement between you and the organization and/or users.
View Answer | May 18, 2010 7:34 PM
Network Administrator, Networking, privacy, Privacy Protection
Check this <a href=”http://www.topbits.com/collision-domain.html”>article out</a>
View Answer | May 18, 2010 3:16 PM
Collision domain, Domain management
1) If you search \IP-ADDRESS you are not using DNS. You are using just straight routing and your Gateway is directing you to where you need to go. 2) By utilizing “email@example.com”, then you are utilizing DNS to locate the nearest domain controller (if site and services configured) for the lookup of this request.
View Answer | May 17, 2010 6:45 PM
DNS, DNS server, Network Shared Folder
<i>Warning: shameless plug to follow: </i> Your project sounds like a perfect match for <a href=”http://meraki.com”>Meraki</a> (who are the guys who pay my bills). I’m no salesman, but I’m told we’re typically half the cost of Cisco and I know for sure that multiple SSIDs and VLANs are not a problem.
View Answer | May 17, 2010 5:47 PM
DHCP, SSID, VLAN management, Wireless Access Points, WLAN
In order to setup your ASAs to failover over you need to determine which one you want as the primary unit and secondary unit. On the primary you need to setup failover using the code: failover failover lan unit primary failover lan interface Failover GigabitEthernet0/3 (You can chance the GE0/ whatever you want. Both units [...]
View Answer | May 17, 2010 1:46 PM
Adaptive Security Appliances, Cisco ASA 5520, Cisco ASA 5520 Configuration, DMZ, LAN Security
I work with smaller systems so haven’t run into it yet (limited virtualization). I know the OS and other software vendors are doing a lot of talking about it, though. I was at two presentations recently that focused on blade servers and there was significant discussion on licensing implications and the changes coming forward.
View Answer | May 16, 2010 4:02 AM
Cisco IOS, Cisco Licensing, Virtualization, Virtualization in 2010, VMware, VMWare License
Can you provide the IP address statement you are trying to use together with the configuration of the VLAN interface IOS is reporting you are overlapping with. Basically the error message is telling you that you are doing something wrong in configuration. As an example you cannot configure vlan 1 with an ip address of [...]
View Answer | May 14, 2010 11:33 AM
Cisco 3750, Cisco switches, ip subnet, IP Subnetting, L3 switch, Layer 3 switches, Switches, VLAN
You first need to ensure that your inside and outside interfaces are specified in NAT configuration by using the “ip nat inside” and “ip nat outside” statements on the relevant interfaces. Once you have done that then all you need to do is configure the following: ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.0.124 80 87.32.xxx.xxx [...]
View Answer | May 14, 2010 11:29 AM
Cisco 800, Cisco Routers, NAT, Routers, VoIP
The scalability issues faced by the internet and service providers in general will not be resolved by the wider adoption of IPv6. In fact the adoption of IPv6 is more likely to make us focus more on scalability. The internet is basically a victim of its own success in a sense. It has grown in [...]
View Answer | May 14, 2010 9:14 AM
IP networking, IPv4, IPv6, Scalability, WAN, WAN network
– Mshen We already implemented NAT to reduce the IPv4 concern, but there is no way around running out of IPv4 addresses. We will have to migrate to IPv6 eventually. – Mattmather 2 approaches to IPv4 exhaustion were taken some years ago now. Firstly, as Mshen rightly mentions, NAT and secondly the widespread use and [...]
View Answer | May 14, 2010 9:02 AM
Change IP address, IPv4, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, WAN
Look into a Cisco 4400 Wireless LAN Controller. You can flash your APs with a lightweight access point protocol and manage all your APs with a single controller.
View Answer | May 14, 2010 6:22 AM
Access Point troubleshooting, ACL, Cisco 1242, Cisco Aironet
What leads you to believe that the number of Active Opens are an issue? I would consider watching netstat (or <a href=”http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437.aspx”>Sysinternals tcpview</a>) to watch network connections to see if some application is opening unexpected network connections. I would suspect that there is something else slowing down your computer. There is possibly an application with [...]
View Answer | May 13, 2010 7:35 PM
IPv4, TCP/IP, Windows XP, Windows XP SP3
You could do this with the bandwidth command on each interface (to make the routing protocol identify the difference in speed), and using the variance command with EIGRP (for unequal load balancing). This would assume that you could run EIGRP…
View Answer | May 13, 2010 4:07 PM
Bandwidth, Bandwidth management, Cisco, Cisco router configuration, Ethernet, Load balancing, Network administration, Network Load Balancing, Router configuration, Routers
Total copper wire length should not exceed 100M. You may extend distances by using fiber between distribution areas, but copper wire runs are limited to 100M.
View Answer | May 13, 2010 1:05 PM
Ethernet, ethernet cable, network cables
EDITED VERSION: I missed the discussion point below at first, apologies Carlosdl. You need additional hardware to do this. You cannot just configure a serial port for parallel communication or vice versa. AFAIK!! If you buy a converter (search for one on google) then you can use a parallel printer on a serial port or [...]
View Answer | May 13, 2010 10:41 AM
Linux, Networking, Parallel port, Serial ports