• Network setup

    Our organization has been using a small office network and would like to expand it to cater for the increasing organization needs. We have therefore upgraded our Internet connection to a DSL with 15 IP addresses and purchased high end servers to manage a network of an estimated 150 computers. I was...

    Wanaug5 pointsBadges:
  • amber lights on 3gb mcdata switch

    suddenly and inexplicably I've got switch port amber lights on a 4gb 24-port mcdata switch; do I need to swap the switch or perform a firmware upgrade?

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  • how to prevent Collision in my network

    my user sometimes they can't open the data file mapping . but need to log out and login again when they did this they can open the file server. i have 3 switch dell 4 3com all of them are 24 ports i have 1 hub that series the 3 switch, pls answer me cz , iam new here this company.

    Sirduz135 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring a Netgear Layer 3 switch as a router

    I just bought a Netgear Layer 3 GSM7324 Switch. We are paying for collocation services at a Datacenter. We need to configure this switch as a router since we are going to connect servers with public IP's direclty to the switch. We contracted a 1Gbps port and the collocation facility is providing...

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  • Upgrading network switch to 1000 mbps

    Currently, I have 48 ports used on a 10/100 switch on network. I would like to upgrade my switches to 10/1000. Will this effect how my infostructure is setup? Interms of wires and jacks on the wall. I do understand that my ethernet cards must be capable of 1000 mbps. We are upgrading all the...

    OMAR50 pointsBadges:
  • Dynamic updates to a DNS Server

    What Windows Operating Systems support dynamic updates to a DNS Server? Which service needs to be running on the clients?

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  • What is NAT port forwarding?

    Describe in brief how you would set up port forwarding on a NAT router to allow a PC on the LAN to publish its web to the internet.

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  • DHCP relay Agent in DELL switches

    I have windows 2003 servers and Dell 62XX series switches (level 3 switches) and Vlans. As I understand in order for a computer to be able to receieve an IP Address via dhcp I need relay agent. This series of switches supports DHCP Relay my question is how would i assign computer to a specific...

    Dimchik0 pointsBadges:
  • cisco os erase me 3400

    hi i am having cisco me 3400 switch by mistake i erase cisco os now the prb is i am unable to get enable mode how can i get enable mode pls help me in this reg masood ali

    Mmasood5 pointsBadges:
  • Segmenting a network

    What are the benefits of segmenting a network? Can l use a switch to segment a network?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • routing between vlans

    on layer 3 switch (3com 4900).. I added 3 ip interfaces,one interface defined for each vlan with difrenet subnet. without enabling any routing protocol ,I achieved a communicattion between two pc's that belong to diferent vlans . is there any internal routing between the ip interfaces on layer3...

    Agipnet0 pointsBadges:
  • How to Share Brodband in to all systems??

    My oprtng systm is XP.i have 8 port switch ..i have to sahare the internet conetction to all other systems...plz help me...some times when conectng lan one Error is coming "Limited conectivity"...wht can i do...? plz help me..

    Sabah5 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting bandwidth for streaming online audio/video

    We have a T1 that was overcrowded by streaming radios,videos youtube, etc. as soon as we installed a fancy new 3Com Baseline Plus Switch with QoS. It was giving higher priority on the parasyte traffic (video/radio) than the legit (http/ftp). We also have a couple of IP Phones that we hardly use. Is...

    Patzo65 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the difference between a ‘managed’ or an ‘unmanaged’ switch when it comes to installation?

    I know there are definitely some advantages to having a manged switch over an unmanaged one, but my question has to do with installing the switch. Most of the 24-port unmanaged gigabit switches advertise 'plug-n-play' ease: turn it on and plug in the network. However, the managed ones are (I think)...

    Rayhorn1365 pointsBadges:
  • Nortel switch subnet floating Ip HACMP software implementation

    Hi Please confirm if someone can prompt me on the following We have an App with a server in 2 buildings connected on the same subnet with the same IP range and a virtual/floating IP in the same IP range working 100% connected to Nortel switches. Both servers are active set upo as bi-drectional.The...

    LionITconsult5 pointsBadges:
  • rply soon

    plz tell me whether MAC adress is globally unique or not....... also tell me what is true.. PUBLIC ip adresss r globally uniuqe" or "ip adress are unique. also tell me in which part of world IPV6 is now used in majority?????

    Jaanjaan0 pointsBadges:
  • Netwroking CD drives together

    I am manager of a small chain of gaming centers in NC. The store I run is having issues with installing some of the games on our PC's. I am looking to network the cd drives together so that if someone is on station 6 and the game is on station 1 then they can still play the game on station 6. Any...

    Darkstryder0 pointsBadges:
  • tagging ports on cisco switch

    I have configured a 3750 switch to communicate to a 3550 switch and I set up vlans and I trunked the uplink ports. I am told that I should configure the ports for tagging, I am not sure what the tagging will do for me and if it is really needed. Please explain tagging. tks in advance Msflex1

    Msflex15 pointsBadges:
  • No response from Cisco 2500 series router console port

    I recently purchased a 2501 Cisco router off of ebay. I am having trouble connecting to the console port. Is there a way to diagnose the problem? I am using a rollover cable and the proper settings for the terminal emulation program. I can hook up to my other 2500 series router and I unplug that...

    Skepticals0 pointsBadges:
  • router to switch

    Will this be OK? we have seven rooms in the building, so here it goes we have a router with 4 available ports connected to SDSL, im planning to connect two 8 port switches in it then connect all seven 8 port switches (the 7 switches are installed in every room) DSL>>>(1unit) 4 port...

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