• Why stop HTTP *ADMIN server?

    During IPL the startup job issues this command: ENDTCPSVR SERVER(*HTTP) HTTPSVR(*ADMIN). The comment says this is for security purposes. Is anyone else ending HTTP *ADMIN server at IPL. Is this security over kill?

    WoodEngineer7,485 pointsBadges:
  • Options for Connecting 2 AS/400

    We currently have two iSeries connected via TCP in our network. One of the iSeries belongs to a division we no longer own and we are investigating removing them from our network. They will continue to perform services for us and are located close by. We currently have a number of DDM files setup...

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  • Installation and updates

    Howdy folks, Tryin to keep things going around here....need some advice. I have Win2003 servers and Active Directory.....single domain....approx. 100 client computers.....one location. Am upgrading all computers from Office XP to Office 2003. My project: Install Office 2003 and all updates remotely...

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  • Hummingbird Application

    When viewing Hummingbird (an eDRMS) traffic I notice that the appliation generates 7.4MB of traffic to the Home drive on the network for a 20KB word document. Hummingbird apparently uses the office defaults for temporarily storing the file. The payload of the packets is 11% and there appears to be...

    Bernd0 pointsBadges:
  • 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.

    1111100 pointsBadges:
  • g.729 3rd party VOIP on Cisco routers QoS – am I doing it right?

    Hi, I am unsure about which configs are sufficient for implementing QoS on 2 2600 series routers over a 2MB serial link. On one side is the IP pbx and there are up to 6 IP phones plugged into a switch on the other side. We are using a non-cisco VoIP product using g.729. From what I can see all I...

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  • Can’t get DHCP to give addresses

    For the life of me can't seem to setup my server. I have 2 Nics for extra security and what is recommended for Remote Access. This worked with SBS but I just installed windows 2003 server and want to setup remote access server and exchange 2007 I have the external card: 192.168.1.5 IP 255.255.255.0...

    Calitech0 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Packet Drops

    The server running on windows 2003 (not primry domain) is used as DHCP server to issue client IP. I configured a 2wire router on this. but the conectivity to server keeps droping now and then. Could anyone here please let me know the possible cause? Best regards,

    Inamhaque15 pointsBadges:
  • IP address conflict

    Two businesses are running Small Business Server 2000, each are set to the default 192.168.0.x subnet. Business 1 need a `teleworker? VPN connection to business 2 but there is an IP address conflict. How would you resolve this?

    1111100 pointsBadges:
  • Routing Between Subnets and between networks

    1.I have two separe networks 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.1.0 ,they r physicall connected. What should i configure and where to configure so that host of each network can connect to other host in other network. 2.I have two separe Subnets(after subnetting a class B network),they r physicall connected....

    Chinmoymohanty0 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    TheVyrys0 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    STEVE230 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    STEVE230 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Wctick0 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Jim328100 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Kevins740 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    carlosdl84,310 pointsBadges:
  • 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....

    Kfink040 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Hunkgym5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Hunkgym5 pointsBadges:

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