• Internet with two ISP in Suse Linux 10.3

    Hi, I have two ISP for internet in SUSE Linux 10.3, the target is to provide redundancy and improve the bandwith 512 KB x 2. I have three network Card, two for the ISP and one for the LAN, my question is the follow: 1.What is the procedure to configure the two target from the ISPs to get the...

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  • Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node?

    I work for a company that has an Ethernet peer to peer lan. All nodes are MS XP Pro PC's. They presently have a Direcway node that supplies Internet access. The Direcway node will be replaced by with an Adtran 3200 router hooked to a T1. Do I simply treat the Adtran 3200 as another node? Does it...

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  • Routing without NAT, help!

    I have a block of IP static IP addresses from our ISP, and I want to route those back through a couple of routers (wireless radio equipment) without using NAT. I can make things work if I have NAT enabled, BUT certain applications do not work well through one NAT connection much less two or three....

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  • Router Shows in My Network

    I had a work group and then added a domain controller. The OS of the domain controller is Windows 2003 Standard. I created the Active Directory and DNS services. I then went to the stations one by one and added then to the domain using the Network ID wizard. The work stations are all WindowsXPP. I...

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  • V-Lans VS Routers

    To control network traffic when is it better to use V-Lans and when is it better to use Routers? Is the choice dictated by cost or by networking requirements. If so what are the requirements that would merrit V-Lans over routers?

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  • Number of routers needed

    How do you determine how many routers you will need for a wireless network?

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  • Using ip helper-address on a vlan with two subnets

    I am trying to get ip helper-address to be able to pull DHCP addresses from a super scope. Right now it will only pull from the subscope that matches the subnet of the primary subnet for the vlan. Does anyone know of a way around this? Or if there would be an adverse affect on the current DHCP...

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  • CISCO Call Manager

    We have recently purchased a ISR 3825 loaded with Call Manager. We are able to access the SDM via a laptop but cannot access the Call Manager software. The router wasn't supplied with any software or details of how to access Call Manager, does anybody have any ideas?

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  • Routing the firewall IP in to the public IP

    In our company, we are using an VPN to connect Lotus Notes and other specific aplication to some servers.For security issues, we are using an proxy, and our public IP is routed to their firewall IP, and I can`t acces with Remote Desktop the workstations from our company.Should I rebuild the VPN...

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  • Outgoing Router LOG lists Internal IP of an OUTSIDE private network

    When Hosting Falcon4 Allied Force Game Server, my brother's laptop (900 miles away), could not establish connection to my PC hosting the Game Server. Yet, I was hosting TeamSpeak server which his laptop was able to connect with. While troubleshooting, I noticed his laptop (as his External IP) on my...

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  • CISCO commands

    What CISCO command would you use to see devices connected to a switch\router?

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  • STATIC IP ADDRESS REQUIRE WITHIN A CISCO 4006 SWITCH USING VLAN

    Hi Guys, I have a VLAN configured on a Cisco 4006 switch port, I have already create VLAN 210 on the switch, and assign some of the interface to that VLAN 210, now there is requirement that I need to provide some static ip addresses to couple of devices Now my problem is that I know that I need to...

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  • One Way Ping

    Hi All I have a point to point wireless link configured in routing mode with Network end connected through a switch to firewall. IP's are configured as follows: Ethernet IP: 10.1.1.99 Wireless IP: 10.0.0.10 G/W : 10.1.1.1 firewall The subscriber (remote end) Ethernet IP: 172.16.1.150 Wireless IP:...

    Wex Mark5 pointsBadges:
  • Show Interface Command Output

    Can anybody interprete "show interface" command output on cisco routers?

    Gajjar35 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Router

    We have a Linksys Wireless-N Router. Is it possible for a Wireless Router to run or detect a computer with a wi-fi USB LAN, if the router has no computers connected to it via Ethernet cable? If possible, How?

    ChoosenKing25 pointsBadges:
  • Installation and updates

    Howdy folks, Tryin to keep things going around here....need some advice. I have Win2003 servers and Active Directory.....single domain....approx. 100 client computers.....one location. Am upgrading all computers from Office XP to Office 2003. My project: Install Office 2003 and all updates remotely...

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  • Networking: Traceroute

    I was trying to find out why my internet connection was SLOW. After doing some digging, I found Tracert, ran it, this is what I got back, From getnet.net TO 67.175.129.220. Traceroute to 67.175.129.220 (67.175.129.220), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 daisy.getnet.net (216.19.223.119) 0.068 ms 0.013...

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  • fax machine

    I am looking for a digital fax box that will hold incoming faxes while the fax machine is off line. I remember seeing them years ago but I can't find them now. The client doesn't want to leave the multi machine all the time and because of gov regs can not use a web based fax program and a fax...

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  • VPN Client

    I'm having trouble connecting my VPN client through a laptop I just received through my work. I have a high-speed internet connection through a router, which is a D-Link EBR-2310 wired router, but it connects when connected straight through the modem or through the wireless connection from...

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  • Windows networking: how to display access points and other computers on the network

    I have a wireless LAN at home but am confused about how to display access points and other computers on the network. I use an iMAC, a PC with XP, and a Netgear wireless router. I don't use any wired connections. What/how should I be able to see of this network from the XP machine? Why does Windows...

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