• odd NIC problem

    Howdy all... I have a win2k3 member server with 2 onboard Intel PRO lan connections. One is 100mb the other 1000mb. On the 100mb connection, I can set either a DHCP or Static TCP address and it works fine. On the 1000mb connection, it works fine on DHCP, but absolutely refuses to connect with a...

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  • 2 NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's What would be the best way to configure and connect them using static IP? Can they be on different VLAN's? And what about Bridging them? Thanks

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  • Two NIC’s

    SMS 2003 with 2 NIC's what would be the best way to connect and configure each NIC? Should or can they be on different VLAN's and what about bridging them? Thanks

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  • FTP using *SSL

    I am running v5r3 and am attempting to FTP to a Tumbleweed Securetransport server from our iSeries system using the command: FTP RMTSYS(xxxx) PORT(999) SECCNN(*SSL) I get the following response: Connecting to host xxxx at address xx.xxx.xxx.xx using port 999. 220 qweb1 FTP server (SecureTransport...

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  • psf/400 email mapping exit program

    ***** Some background. We are trying to email spool file(s) using PSFCFG object with the mail server set to *Local. TCP/IP, SMTP, and POP are setup and started. The SNDDST command works. When we set the User Defined Data on the spool file to MAILTAG with a valid email address and the mapping...

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  • New 2003 install on the domain can’t see the network

    Long story short, a windows 2003 system died with a bad hard drive. Hard drive has been replaced and I am installing a fresh windows 2003 onto the system. Everything is updated and it joins the domain fine. The problem is I cannot see any other systems on our domain. I can do a \stampy from my...

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  • Change Telnet port in Linux (Debian)

    Hello everybody. I'm not a Linux expert, and am looking for a way to securely communicate with a Linux machine via Telnet. To avoid sending user and pwd without encryption I'm going to open a ssh tunnel (with putty or plink) forwarding port 22 (ssh) on the linux machine to another port, in which...

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  • Unable to detect a parity error with Windows SDK on a PCI serial card

    We are using a 9-bit protocol which sometimes sends a mark state and sometimes sends a space stage. When a space state is sent we want to be able to get a parity error in SDK. We can see the parity error in the hardware register but we want to be able to see the error with Windows SDK software....

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  • Network Resource Allocation cum Planning cum Technical Problem

    This is the real commercial problem face by my company. Well, the reason I ask this problem is I salute and respect all of you as I believe all of you are as good as network solution company out there, or even better!! Lets me rephrase the entire problem again. Company expand so fast that the IT...

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  • Design NEW network cum NEW IT infrastructure-2

    Company expand so fast that the IT infrastructure is not fast enough to cater high volume of traffic; the initial design is not scalable. The number of new branch offices setup caused the company pay a high price in the leased line communication. Salesman and management staffs dial into company...

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  • Communication between 2 AS/400s

    We have the Softlanding product Turnover to do our change management. Our development machine is in a different building and we distribute our software using that tool via FTP. From development to production machine we use a VPN tunnel (note this is controlled by network people). The software uses...

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  • keepalive

    HI, I am preparing for the ccna exam. Can any body help me, what is the purpose of keepalive command which we will give in routers when configurin the physical interfaces. Thanks & Regards, Rajesh.M

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  • Domino Server & VPN

    Hello, I have this problem: environment: 2 Domino 6.5.1 in Head Office (one for mail, the other for applications), a Domino 5.0.7a in remote office (in a different country). The connection to this country is based on VPN over internet; problems: 1)sometime the home router "hangs" and the mail was...

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  • bgp inbound filter

    Does anyone have any experience configuring BGP filters? If so, here is my dilemma: One of our core routers is hooked up to ISP A via BGPv4 and is recieving the full routing table of which is in excess of 100,000 networks. I would like to have it recieve routes only from ISP A's AS, and NOT every...

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  • Access point/router

    I would really like to know the detailed difference between a router and an access point. Do I need access points if i am going to set up a network and have two routers already? How can i use a router as an access point if that's possible? Please explain. Thanks

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  • How can I route ip1:port1 to ip2:port2 within windows

    Hi, are there any standard tools in windows to setup a route from ip1:port1 to ip2:port2? So if I call ip1:port1 I end up calling ip2:port2. I looked at netsh and found something that could be the solution (portmapping under routing - ip - nat), but can't figure out how to setup the whole thing....

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  • Servers preventing NEW connections from remote clients

    Hey all, I have an interesting problem and hope that someone can help resolve it. At the minimum, I have to reboot one or more of my servers at the main site because all of my remote users located across a direct T1/VPN tunnel can no longer get connections to the server with the exception of being...

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  • Domain Admin Group

    Does anybody know of a way to search our Active Directory to see what users are part of the Domain Admins Group. If so, what software and where do I get it. Thanks

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  • Accesing Network resources on a WLAN

    I created a small office network between five computers (a WLAN actually), four of which I installed from scratch. The fifth, which I didn't install the OS (Windows XP) myself, can be seen in the workgroup under Microsoft Windows Networks form other computer, but an attempt to access it fails, with...

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  • Postfix and DNS

    I have installed Postfix on my server with DNS. I am not sure what information I should provide here so let me explain the setup and goals. I have SuSE Enterprise 9, Apache, Static IP address. In other words a hosted website/server. The goal is to also have this as a mail server. I am able to send...

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