• Cisco Load sharing with port forwarding different ISP’s

    I have a 1811 series router now its set with dual internet connections two different ISP's I have 2 default routes basically It should load balance between two now my concern is I need a port forwarding as we use privite space addressing. I am including current config addresses have been changed to...

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  • Cisco 3640 config issue

    I'm migrating from a 2620 to a 3640 carrying 2 multilinked T-1 circuits and a single Ethernet interface. The 2620 is running IOS 12.2 and 12.4 is on the 3640. I have ported over the configuration almost identically, but the 3640 won't move traffic despite showing all interfaces up/up and showing no...

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  • RDC Connection Keeps Dropping. High PING.

    We have an RDC connection that keeps getting dropped. We have run ping plotter and it keeps showing a high ping at time of drop. We have tried everything we know to do and needing some help. We have replaced the router,switches,ISP. Have run Adaware SE and Norton System Works 2006 on all the...

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  • Network cabling- new rack

    I never had the opertunity to completly rewire and set up a Rack with patch panels and new gig switches. I know the basics, and have maitained equipment already setup. My question is when cables are run and brought to the patch panels, do I wire everything into the panels and then from the patch...

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  • Static IP on LAN

    Hi All, I have 2 machine running on 2003 and 1 on XP, All 3 machine connect to a router via switches which also also has ability to generate DNS. One of the 2K3 machine is main domain controller server. All is fine, but problem occurs when I assign a static IP to an another 2K3 machine for remote...

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  • VPN problem

    Hello!I can connect directly from my cable modem to my laptop, browse the internet fine, then connect to my vpn and within 13 seconds it freezes everything. It still says I am connected to the vpn and internet however I cannot browse the internet at all. I then disconnect the vpn and immediately I...

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  • Sub-lease to include non-Domain members

    The CEO of my company has asked me to look into some options for accomodating a request by a Non-profit to rent some of our unused office space. For the sake of this question, we have a single floor office and all cubes and offices are wired for voice and data and punched down in a server room on...

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  • Server Room setup

    I have 152 computers in a 4 story building, how many servers would i need.

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  • Windows DHCP problem.

    I think I may be mssing something simple, but here is my setup and problem. I have a Windows 2003 server w/active directory, DNS, and DHCP configured. The server is connected into a cheap D-Link switch. I have one Windows XP workstation also plugged into the switch. My goal is to have the server...

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  • SECURE FTP SITE ON Windows 2003

    We have a Windows 2003 IIS server setup behind our firewarll which is a PIX firewall. What is the best method to establish a secure FTP site on this IIS server? I have reviewed this topic on the internet and actually talked with somebody from IPSWITCH and the best method available is to purchase a...

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  • Sony VAIO laptop will not recognize CDMA 3G in PCM/CIA slot

    I have a PCG-V505BL sony laptop, I had a wreless CDMA card in it at one time, I have a new verizon card and it will not recognize it I have removed the software and drivers for the devices and reinstalled and still nothing. I tried a SPRINT card same thing, the cards are good, I inserted a WiFi...

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  • I need a router/firewal for WAN/VPN Failover, Load Balacing, VPN, QOS etc.

    HI everybody, i write here cause i need help by some expert about this argument. I got two offices, one with about 10 computers and the other one with 6 computers. the 10 one has a DomainController (Win 2003) instead the 6 one have only a Workgroup. Both offices have 2 xDSL lines each one (one ADSL...

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  • 802.11 vs 802.16

    I have a small co. with a point to point wireless grid. I handle off site monitoring of gas nad oil flow. I have been overlaping my grid with new locations, and more to come. So I have been looking into new wireless Sys. I have made the choice to use All-In-One?360 Multi-Band/Multi-Mode Antenna...

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  • Wireless Connection to Internet

    Hi all, My client has a Dell laptop with inbuilt Intel wireless NIC and onboard Ethernet NIC successfully connecting to a Minitar wireless hub/access point. The AP is connected to an Alcatel Speedtouch Home ADSL modem. When connected via Ethernet he can access both local devices and browse the...

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  • Multiple inputs for a web server’s router/switch

    Apologies if this is a simple question. I haven't had much prior experience with networking hardware, hence the researching. Say hypothetically we had a glorified desktop that was going to be a web server with around 100 users, each with their own webspace. We would want to be able to cope with a...

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  • Active Directory Domain controller broadcasting UDP – Why?

    Hi all, I've been noticing some sluggish network performance and was checking through some logs in my PIX firewall, and came across this entry: Aug 04 2006 09:59:54 710003: UDP access denied by ACL from 192.168.1.49/137 to inside: 192.168.1.255/137 Now, 192.168.1.49 is a domain controller (Windows...

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  • cisco 2811 with 2 fast ethernet ports and 4 vlans

    I need urgent help on this. I have a brand new cisco 2811 with 2 FE ports. The port f0/0 is connected to the internet and the f0/1 will be connected to the switch which has 4 vlans configured on it. I have no idea how to go about doing this. Can someone please help me with the configuration on the...

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  • Network routing

    Hi! Our company have two locations. Each location have two routers. Let say, Location1 have network 192.168.1.0 with routers 192.168.1.9 and 192.168.1.10. Location2 have network 192.168.2.0 with routers 192.168.2.9 and 192.168.2.10. All routers are connected to internet. Router 192.168.1.9 and...

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  • router for home network with cable connection

    I apologize in advance for asking such a beginner's question, but I am planning to get cable high speed internet and want to get a router before I do (to save money). I have an old desktop, running win98se, and a newish laptop, winxp with wireless capacity. Also an old mac which I'm not planning to...

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  • Group Policy-Internet Access

    I use the old trick of bogus settings for the proxy server in Group Policy. I have as an example: OU1-Internet Access OU2-No Access When I move anyone from the OU2 to OU1 to allow them access, the proxy address still remains in the settings. I can manually change it back, but cannot get it to do so...

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