passive switch is basically a stand by switch, if i m not wrong…….. ******** active passive or managed unmanaged? when you say active/passive only active is the one working while passive is just a back-up. when you say managed, further configuration is needed for the switch to work properly, an unmanaged switch is just a [...]
View Answer | February 10, 2010 8:23 AM
Active Switches, Networking, Passive Switches, Switches
When all switches are connected to each other, you need to enable trunking on switch B so that users can ping each other. You can also convert them to a big collision domain so that users on each switch can talk to each other. ******* for as long as there are two or more vlans [...]
View Answer | February 10, 2010 7:56 AM
Networking, Switches, Trunking, VLAN
when it comes to ping issues, its definetely the firewall. about “services are used by users that might use NAT”, i believe that in some instance there is still a nat logs or nat translation on your device which disables you to access some of its tabs.
View Answer | February 10, 2010 7:23 AM
Network connectivity, Server connectivity, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server configuration
did you mean that all (3-4) small remote sites is connected to one AE office via ADSL? and this AE office should connect to the SERVER via VPN? If this is the case, first, you must ensure that these remote sites can connect to the AE office, then, from the AE office, create VPN connection [...]
View Answer | February 10, 2010 7:17 AM
ADSL, VPN, Vpn server hardware
what you mean multiple connection? are you talking about multiple pc’s? if yes, just get your ADSL to DHCP IP’s and connect it to a switch and your done… ******** if not, master/slave mode is one of the important parameters on configuring them.
View Answer | February 10, 2010 6:52 AM
ADSL modems, Modems
VLAN? **** the use of VLANS is the best. using VLANs, since different vlans can’t communicate to each other, security is not a problem unless you will specify or permit some users to jump or communicate with other vlans.
View Answer | February 10, 2010 6:49 AM
Ethernet, Network design, Network Topology, Wifi
Hi what sort of switch do you have? Switches generally don’t require any configuration unless you are using something like a Cisco ******* not just cisco, there are two kinds of switch, managed and unmanaged. the he’s saying is the unmanaged switch, its just plug and play. no configurations needed. Using a managed switch, it [...]
View Answer | February 10, 2010 6:45 AM
Ethernet switching, Switch configuration, Switching equipment
Try to Install windows xp prefessional edition. Also try to extract the driver you downloaded from HP website in the current os then go to control panel and device manager. from there try to install the driver by specifying the driver path. Cheers Yasir*The drivers on HP do not unpack into a folder. Instead they [...]
View Answer | October 13, 2012 4:53 AM
HP Laptop, NIC, OS, Windows XP
Check that there is not a problem with the DNS Cache. Also, do you have entries in the HOSTS file? this may have an incorrect entry on one or more of the machines in your network. Also, did you use SYSPREP or cloning to create your PC’s?
View Answer | February 9, 2010 4:54 PM
Network administration, Network troubleshooting, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, Windows XP Professional, Windows XP Professional SP3
First of all from the remote PCs check wheither they can ping you host server, if they can reach the host server then they should not face any problems to reach the server. I think you are using the real ip address for the server. Do let me know the brief network topology you are [...]
View Answer | February 8, 2010 8:53 PM
DNS, Network Drive Mapping, Network drives
Multicast IP addess reserved for rip v2 is 126.96.36.199 bcoz rip v2 uses this adess to send routing information to all rip V 2 routers
View Answer | February 6, 2010 8:40 AM
CCNA, Cisoc Certifications, ICND1, Multicast, Routers, Routing protocols
1. open command prompt 2. goto your vnc dir where the mirror driver is located (for example: c:program filesrealvncvnc4mirror driver) 3. wrote driverinstall.exe Create=1 4. wrote driverinstall.exe Install=1 5. wrote driverinstall.exe INF=”c:program filesrealvncvnc4mirror drivervncmirror.inf” 6. Restart Everything should work correctly!
View Answer | February 5, 2010 10:17 PM
Mirror Driver, RealVNC, RealVNC 4.5, RealVNC Error Messages, VPS, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2
<a href=”http://www.virtela.com”>Virtela</a> is a provider that can do what you require. See these previous ITKE questions and answers and blog entries. We are also an automotive parts manufacturer so Virtela does a good job meeting our requirements. <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/making-a-wan/”>Making a WAN</a> <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/wans/managed-wan-services-who-you-gonna-call/”>Managed WAN services: Who you gonna call?</a> <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/it-trenches/i-resemble-that-award-winning-case-study-wait-it-is-me/”>I resemble that award winning [...]
View Answer | February 5, 2010 3:13 PM
ISA Server, ISP, Lotus Domino, SAP, WAN, WAN Connections, Windows Server 2003
Try to change the baud rate for the hyperterminal, some times you may see some garbage when baud rate varies. The normal baud rate is 9600, if you are using the same then try with other speed as well.
View Answer | February 5, 2010 2:03 PM
Cisco, Cisco 857 Routers, Cisco Routers, Routers
To delete multiple files from the remote site, the command is MDEL. ———————-
View Answer | February 4, 2010 9:44 PM
I believe that it should be possible for Cisco to produce a license or an entire version of IOS that could be provided for use by students. Consider that thousands of students are using Dynamips to learn and develop practical skills. Once IOS no longer works in Dynamips, then you will need real equipment. That [...]
View Answer | February 4, 2010 9:29 PM
Cisco, Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS Emulator, Cisco Routers, IOS, IOS 15, Network hardware, Open IT Forum
Hub and spoke in regards to the CCNA, is probably describing a common Frame Relay/WAN network setup. Say you had 6 seperate sites you had to connect. It would take 15 circuits to have full connectivity between them as a full mesh, and it gets worse with the more sites you have. Hub and Spoke [...]
View Answer | April 18, 2013 8:36 PM
Hub and Spoke, Network Configuration, Network Topology, Networks, Routers
WEP keys are set by the admin of the WLAN. Contact them for this.
View Answer | February 4, 2010 5:10 PM
WLAN access points, WLAN Security
There should be no problem connecting a Cisco Switch with a 3 Com Swich, are you using any trunking protocol to carry the VLANs information. If not then you should configure it use 802.1q trunking. You can check my <a href=”http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/network-technologies/how-to-configure-trunking-between-a-cisco-catalyst-and-a-3com-superstack/”>article on configuring trunking </a>between Cisco and 3 Com Switch at ITKE.
View Answer | February 4, 2010 9:04 AM
3Com, 3Com switches, Cisco, Cisco switches, Switches
IP network addressing, VLANs, and Internet access methods are three different animals. The KISS strategy (Keep It Simple Stu**d) is the best strategy. The wireless LAN can be a separate IP subnet (a.k.a. VLAN) or subnets. This is preferable. I would not recommend DHCP for some stations, and not for others. Make all or most [...]
View Answer | February 4, 2010 12:07 AM
3Com 2226, HP ProCurve 2650, VLAN, VLAN configuration, VLAN Setup, Windows Server 2003