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  • What is a hub and spoke network?

    Hello, I just want to know what is a hub and spoke network and where it is implemented generally with some examples?

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  • Merging two networks.

    Hello, I am looking for best was to merge two company network resources together. Company A has three Windows Server 2008 servers. One acts as a domain controller, one is a file server, and an app server. It also has a wireless network. Company B is Novell based. Two servers, one is a Novell...

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  • difference of IP and IPX

    What is the difference between IP and IPX routed rotocols?particularly in their protocol stack and addressing scheme??

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  • How could a sensor network be useful to an enterprise WAN?

    How could a wireless sensor network be useful to an enterprise wide area network (WAN)?

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  • How do I preserve network communication among all schools on the network given the addition of three new routers on the network?

    Question: We currently have a flat network between seven schools in our school division using LANSPAN. Their is only one router in the network at our Central Office where all Internet traffic comes through. Now, fibre technology has been added to all schools with a router in place at each school....

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • How many switches can you have in a network?

    What happens if I add more switches in the network? Is there any limitation or any calculation for that?

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  • What is a non-routable VLAN? Why would you use one?

    I've heard the term "non-routable VLAN" but am not sure what exactly it means, why it exists or when it's used. It would seem perhaps just by definition that it's an existing virtual local area network (VLAN) that just doesn't have a VLAN interface created for it anywhere on purpose. Do you use it...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Does RIP support discontinuous networks?

    Does RIP support discontinuous networks? I configured a discontinuous network in a simulator and it works there, but I want to know if it works in the real world.

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring a Win2003 share to be available to all XP users on networked machines

    Been a long while since I've worked with Windows, and the networking metaphor is killing me (Unix here...). I have in a server room a Win 2003 server with a large RAID. There are 4 XP machines in 2 offices, all on the same LAN/subnet (2003 server is DHCP server for the XP machines). The network is...

    Smsd15 pointsBadges:
  • What is a Token Ring

    How does a token ring work and what is a token ring?

    Mrkennen10 pointsBadges:
  • Support staff / Networks

    After building a Network for a small sales company, what should i be looking for when looking to hire support staff? How much can i expect to pay and what would they offer the company? Thank you!!

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