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  • About protocols

    What the port numbers for all protocols in networking?

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  • Connecting data closet switches to the core with redundant links

    I'm moving our flat network which covers a three-story building and about 450 users to a subnetted network. I would like to know about connecting data closet switches to the core with redundant links. Can I implement OSPF on the core and connecting switches and eliminate spanning tree? In this...

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  • usb communication

    Sir/Madam, We are having 2 systems with windows as operating system. We need your help for transferring data from USB to USB Port. plese give max. possible ways. Thanking You, Appala Raju

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  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

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  • capture PLC-data in our LAN

    Our PLC-vendor is going to provide us collected PLC-data on a server in our LAN. Are sockets (port higher then 1024) the best way to do this? As we are AS/400-minded people, will FTP resolve this with the same performance? Or are there other possibilities? Please, please, give us some guidelines.

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  • Protocol bandwidth load

    Is there an average estimated bandwidth load to use for each of the most common protocols (HTTP/HTTPS/POP3/IMAP/FTP/H.323)when calculating the total bandwidth needed b4 contracting the carrier?

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  • Why is Cisco adopting the SIP protocol?

    Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says it's a good for Cisco to embrace SIP as a networking protocol standard alongside SCCP, or their Skinny Client Control Protocol. Do you agree? Why or why not?

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  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98-2

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

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