• difference of IP and IPX

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

    Sano5 pointsBadges:
  • one PC on my Wireless LAN cannot connect to internet

    I have a wireless LAN using ADSL.  I have connected five pc's with no problem but there is one (Vista) laptop that connects fine to the router but the 'network map' in the 'network and sharing center' shows a red cross between the router and the internet.  Windows troubleshooter doesn't fix the...

    Bellissimmo5 pointsBadges:
  • Switches, Router for Call center?

    Helping a friend with a call center for an NGO in spare time. There would be 100 workstations & 100 VOIP phones. What switches and routers do I need to put this call centre together and run the phones with power over Ethernet? Any information about CRM/ACD etc would be appreciated. Thank you in...

    TrickedAce5 pointsBadges:
  • career change: programming to networking

    I'm looking to move from programming to network administration and eventually security. I need advice. I have an AA degree. I did tech support and programming part-time in college. Since then, I've spent 2.5 years as a programmer (with some IDS responsibilities), 1.5 years doing QA on niche-market...

    Unicityd30 pointsBadges:
  • How do network hardware devices support IPv6?

    I read that most routers and switches support IPv6, but how they support the protocol differs. The article said that specific network hardware devices have dedicated network processors while others have general purpose processors, which are worse because those forward packets at a slower rate. How...

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,015 pointsBadges:
  • Layer 3 switch or router ?

    I am looking at having multiple networks created at the same premise. Each one will run a zone with work stations and servers. I am a bit confused between multiple routers and a layer 3 switch ? What do you guys suggest ?

    Aromalrajagopal55 pointsBadges:
  • What causes a router to hang?

    What causes a router to hang or hangup?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Configuration of Cisco router 871.

    am new to this filed. am now working in one isp. here some customer request public ip ( for example subnet 255.255.255.252) . for internet connection .in wimax connection. its possible to configure both public and private ip both on lan interface . or i should create  nat pool, which will be best...

    Asstnetworkengg25 pointsBadges:
  • DAP-1160 wireless G Access Point problem

    I Have DAP-1160 wireless G access point. Why the STATUS led is not blinking? My pc won't rekognize it. it worked befor reseting, after that the STATUS led does not blink.Not even when it;s connected to the pc. What is the problem? Can this problem be solved? Please help

    DeNashH5 pointsBadges:
  • Configure Cisco proxy to share Internet with branch offices

    please help me how can i configure centerlize proxy server and share single internet connection between three different location offices users. I have only one internet connection in my Head Office and i want to share that internet conection over the other two remote office which are connected...

    Vinesh123480 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring managed switch and router in order to have Internet…

    Dear Sir, Could you please help me concerning the following matter: I have Cisco Catalyst 2950 managed switch connected to Linksys WRT54G - Wireless-G Broadband Router, which is then connected to ADSL modem. I need the following scenario: -two VLANs configured on the managed switch, so there will...

    Ivoivo0 pointsBadges:
  • SUBNETTING

    Hi What is the broadcast address for the IP subnet 192.168.100.32 given a subnet mask of 255.255.255.224. I want to know step by step procedure on how to get the right ans. Brgds Mark

    Markmu5 pointsBadges:
  • Interview

    I have an interview on SCADA systems. Could anyone help with what kind of questions should i be expecting, they need someone with knowledge in everything right from communications,controls and database. (HArdware + Software).I dont have much experience on my resume but still they considered me for...

    Controls0 pointsBadges:
  • Is there any configuration on Cisco router to enable it to respond to ARP from IP source 0.0.0.0?

    When I configure my PC with a static IP the PC issues an ARP packet to the IP I configured with source IP 0.0.0.0 If any other PC (windows/Linux) have this IP I get a reply to my PC. If the Cisco router is configured with this IP my PC doesn’t get a respond to the ARP and this IP will be active...

    ITKE331,185 pointsBadges:
  • 2 VPN, 2 Network Cards – 1 Computer

    Is it possible to have 2 VPN with 2 Network Cards on 1 computer and have them both dial out at the same time? - I have a Cisco and a Sonic VPN that both need to connect to 2 different companies at the same time - can I configure them to point to different network cards/cables to a linksys box to 1...

    Lvg5 pointsBadges:
  • How could i telnet a router using router ID of that router ?

    Can i telnet a router using router ID of that router ??? Thanks in advance...

    Azharafridi5 pointsBadges:
  • VOIP and Routing Question

    Please advise. We have a branch office with a Cisco 3560 48/port POE switch. The branch office has 20 users in VLAN 1. The switch interfaces with a Cisco 2811 router. The router has a T1 point to point to our main office. We are putting in VOIP so each user has a phone -> PC. How would I...

    Dprattmcse5 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco configuration

    i have newly setup cisco 1841 router and i didn't create user and its password i just want to know that its default user or password will expired after 15 days or not. it is necessary to create user or password or not

    Kaleemu5 pointsBadges:
  • Anyone know of a free simulator for Cisco router and switch configuration?

    Can anyone recommend or suggest a free simulator for Cisco router and switch configuration? Thank you!

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless Routers with Static DHCP settings?

    We have an internal wired network that DOESN'T use DHCP. Client machines have their IPs set uniquely & their gateway & DNS settings pointing at a proxy server that gives internet access. I need to add wireless capability to this network. So the access point has to be able to have a hardwired IP,...

    ITKE331,185 pointsBadges:

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