I own a group of limited service motels and have no access to cable or DSL. I have been told that high speed is not available in my area. From what I can gather the latest and greatest in wireless is something called 802.11n. My question, Can I deploy this technology using boned t1 lines [...]
Answer Question | July 23, 2010 2:18 PM
802.11, 802.11 asset management, Bandwidth management, T-1, Wireless router configuration
Is there an industry standard for service failure rates concerning wan circuits?
Answer Question | February 17, 2010 10:57 PM
T-1, T-1/T-3 Services, WAN, WAN hardware
can a T1 be sent 300 meters without a repeater?
Answer Question | August 28, 2009 1:33 PM
Cable systems, Networking, T-1
I have a full T1 line from AT&T that they continually test as good. There are (3) companys on the same T1 My company has a Windows 2003 Domain, (3) servers (Exchange 2003, Connectwise and a Citrix server). On average I have 5 users on my network. But the problem occurs even if there is [...]
Answer Question | January 15, 2009 9:05 PM
Network Bottleneck, Network connectivity, Network slowdown, slow network, T-1, Windows Server 2003
Can I breakdown a T-1 circuit that has 20 Centrex lines assigned to and punch down each line on a RJ21x jack?
Answer Question | February 23, 2009 3:04 PM
centrex, Network hardware, RJ21x, T-1
This question would probably be best suited for Mrdenny but if anyone else has any imput, please feel free… I posed that question a few days ago http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/wireless-network-bottleneck You are most certainly right about the T-1, we are purchasing another line… As for the meantime, we have been noticing a wierd situation on the network… [...]
Answer Question | January 8, 2008 5:28 AM
Internet, LimeWire, Network, Network Intrusion, Speed issues, T-1, Wi-Fi, Wireless