• CISCO 2811 Scalability

    I have a CISCO2811 Router with two Fast Eth ports. Whether I can add one more module. Whether I can have a bandwidth of 8Mbps WAN in one of my Fast Eth ports. Whether I can balnce two ISPs in this CISCO 2811

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  • router attached to cable modem

    I just got com-cast digital cable for the internet. They said in order to run two computers at the same time (each person surfing different locations) I will need a network "HUB". I was told by them that a switch would work just fine and would plug into the modem as the modem only allows for one...

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  • having a drop in wireless connection

    I have a wireless network setup with a Linksys 160 now, it was on a netgear. i change wireless routers because i thought that it was the router that was the problem, but it isnt. My computer and a PS3 are both hardwired to the router, my parents computer and laptop and my PSP are wireless....

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  • Inter VLAN Routing

    I amm using two cisco 3750 and I want Interdomin routing. I connect two host to one 3750 and make a trunk to communicate with other 3750. Ping from host to switch(Directly connected to host) is ok. ping from switch to switch is ok(Through trunk) But when i ping a host to swich that is via trunk,...

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  • Router for Hughes Satelite System

    I have 5 Computers, all Hp Media centers 1 Windows XP Pro my main computer 2 hp Windows Vista Home Premion media computers and 1 laptop Vista Home Premion all desktops 2.66ghz dual 64 Amd processors; the laptop is an Intel 3 ghz dual 64 processor; I need to purchase a Router to connect them into a...

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  • Two Internet Connections, One server

    OK, I'm very, very new to networking. Please be kind. I work for a small company. We have a server running Lotus Notes that is accessed both by people inside our LAN and about 50 employees that connect over the internet. Our internet connection is a simple DSL. We recently installed a hi-tech phone...

    JMackey20 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Pix inside no nat to router that nat’s

    Hi, I have a Cisco Pix which currently has an internal, dmz and outside interface. My outside is my default route, however I have now new separate connection (interface 4) that connects to the internet also that I would like to route some outside bound traffic through. As i understand it you can...

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  • Deny DHCP and Network access to rogue wireless routers

    We are running a MS DHCP network and home wireless routers are finding their way in. I scan the DHCP scopes daily and thought I was denying their ability to connect by creating a reservation for the MAC address and modifying the configuration options for the device. I set the following options to...

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  • I’m using wireless netgear router and i can’t share printer.

    I'm using wireless netgear router and i can't share printer....please help how do i do that.thx

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  • Cisco 857 Router

    A friend configured a cisco 857 router for me but now i got a different password from my service provider so can you please give me a step by step procedure on how to change the existing password.

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  • Can make VPN connection, but can’t ping server or access resources

    I set up PPTP VPN through our D-Link DFL-200 hardware firewall here at our company so that people could access network resources from home. The problem is, when at home, they can make a VPN connection just fine, but they can't ping the file server here at work, nor can they access or see any...

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  • Configuring Internet for the DC with DHCP

    ok, im a semi newb when it comes to domain controllers and networks. since we dont have an IT person on staff full time, i have to fill that role. we moved locations and i brought over all the computer equipment (server, switches, etc) and reinstalled them exactly how we had them at the other...

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  • How do I configure Windows Server 2003 as a router?

    How can I configure Windows Server 2003 standard edition as a router that will allow clients to connect to the Internet? I think if I configure the RRAS to function as a router it will direct traffic between LAN and WAN, but I don’t know how.

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  • looking for alternative device or solution

    D-Link DSA-3100/DSA-3200 are the devices we use in our network and system, If we are looking for alternative device or solution, what would it be? Thanks for your time

  • linksys adsl2 gateway configuring problem

    I cannot seem to configure the product to connect me to the internet. I've tried the RFC 1483 Brigend settings, RFC 2364 PPPoA and the RFC 2516 PPPoE and none of them work. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Cisco Simulator

    where can i download a simulator for cisco which is free and same as actual router and switches.. tnx

    Djyzn5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco Router 2811 with VWIC 2MFT G703 Cards

    MY CEO have provided my the cisco 2811 with vwic 2mft g703 installed in it, is there any person who could give me the step by step instrauction to configre this router, this is my first time to configure router from scrap.

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  • vlan with Cisco 1802 and Linksys SRW2024

    Hi, my customer has a linksys SRW2024 connected to a Cisco1802 on FE1. The Cisco1802 is connencted through the FE0 port to a DSL modem. Everything is working fine accept now they want to create several VLAN's on the Linksys-switch. For this to work i have to create a trunk beteween the cisco and...

    Markgovaerts15 pointsBadges:
  • Procedures for a new area.

    We are a company where we have expirience on network remote administration and now we have open a new area, The area of security. Now I need to start to make new procedures like when a new customer come to us and ask if we can handle the security for his network... I need to know if some one can...

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  • Static Routes

    We have a remote location comunicated with our headquarters by antennas, using 2 vlans, one for the data and one for the voice. We recently adquiring an E1 with our ISP and need to split up the traffic in order to balance charges. We have a 2801 Cisco router in the remote site and a Catalyst 500...

    Jortizga10 pointsBadges:

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