• TCP/IP properties

    tell me about IP address, Subnet mask, Default geteway, preferred DNS server, Alternate DNS server

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  • window server 2003 and tcp/ip

    i am install one PC window vista and secound one window 2003.i connect two pc with cross cable. both of reaply when i am used ping cammand. but when i am intall AD in one of (which window 2003 intall)thise system i am not get ping from secoud Pc. i am make sure TCP/IP show undifine network in...

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  • TCP/IP related problem in Windows XP

    In Which log file in WinXP IP Address is store? how can i retrive an IP from a crashed OS PC? Plz help me

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  • TCP/IP, OSI and hybrid standards

    why are there two strong standards

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  • TCP/IP Timeout

    I am using Client Access 5250 emulation connecting to a model 270 at V5R2. The host has a public IP address so there is no VPN, etc. After 5 minutes of no keyboad activity my job is disconnected. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can do to keep my job active? Thank you.

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  • Client Service & Protocol ALL GONE

    Hello Everyone, In my desktop, running on SErver 2003, all connection item, Client, Service and Protocol all are gone nothing visible in Network connection properties, When I try to install any of these, error shows up that it can find the specified system file to install these. How it happened I...

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  • What indicates high thresholds in TCP statistics, especially Failed Connection Attempts?

    I am trying to learn about TCP statistics, especially Failed Connection Attempts. What value would indicate a high threshold? Also, what causes these errors to occur? Does this indicate an issue at the remote or local host? Or does it have to do with network bandwidth or lack of I/O, etc.? Thanks!

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 protocol?

    My VISTA laptop can not see my windows server 2003 on my network. will installing Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 protocol help this issue? or am i on the wrong path? Thanks

    ChristineL40 pointsBadges:
  • Where do ICT professionals search and/or share online?

    So where do IT professionals go for support? I would like to hear about your favorite online resources. Discussion groups, knowledge sharing, quality forums, sites for specific areas like tcp/ip or management or security, etc. For example I belong to the British Computer Society and keep a...

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  • Prevent *DTABASE Server From Auto-Starting

        After we perform our weekly IPL I would like to prevent the *DATABASE server from auto-starting when TCP/IP is started until after we have completed our weekly processing.    I don't see this as one of the TCP/IP applications that you can change to prevent auto-starting.    We run the...

    Batman471,050 pointsBadges:
  • Foreign Intruder SMBCONNMONITORTP

    Display Tasks Using Connection Connection type . . . . . . : *TCP Local address . . . . . . . : 10.0.0.10 Local port . . . . . . . . . : 445 Remote address . . . . . . . : 217.238.70.18 Remote port . . . . . . . . : 2562 Task Task Task SMBCONNMONITORTP Above: Here is how it loocks when I use...

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  • QSECOFR user profile is not allowed in TCP/IP socket mode!

    I am getting an error message when I try to connect to the i5 with a Windows based query application. QSECOFR user profile is not allowed in TCP/IP socket mode! I read a couple of articles, it might has something to do with an FTP restriction on i5 side. Could anyone point me to right direction? I...

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  • TCPIP stack error in lotus notes

    I am getting TCP IP stack ran out of memory msg while accessing emails in Lotus notes. Then I need to restart the system bcoz, i cannot proceed on with lotus notes. Pls advice. thks.

    LARISSA5 pointsBadges:
  • Has anyone connected HP Laserjet 2035n to iSeries via TCP/IP?

    Dozens of HP Laserjet printer are attached to our iSeries via TCP/IP. A few days ago we attached a new HP Laserjet 2035n using the same technique we've used many times in the past. It is giving us fits. After printine the first print job it hangs up for approximately five minutes, then prints some...

    WoodEngineer6,355 pointsBadges:
  • when receiver send ACK for multiple packets?

    I studied tcp sliding window. From there, sender can send several packets without receive ACK from sender based on window size. But in captured packet, receiver send ACK after received two or three packets from server. Why it works like this? window size is enough to get more packets.

    ITKE342,865 pointsBadges:
  • The TCP/IP protocol stack that ran out of memory, whay it occurs, how to over come this error in lotus 6.5.4 march 2005

    we use lotus 6.5.4 and the above problem arises after running lotus half and hour

    ar348315 pointsBadges:
  • Which two layers of the OSI model have the same functions as the TCP/IP model Network Access Layer

    Which two layers of the OSI model have the same functions as the TCP/IP model Network Access Layer

    Diljith5 pointsBadges:
  • TCP/IP Error 3448

    What does error code 3448 in connection with TCP/IP connection mean

    Daks120 pointsBadges:
  • tcp/ip protocol stack reported run out memory

    tcp/ip protocol stack reported run out memory

    Chiku5 pointsBadges:
  • eCS and OS/2 AS/400 connectivity/communications

    Has anyone had any experience wtih OS/2 and OS/2 Warp communications on the AS/400. It is licensed installed software on my company's AS/400. I'm wondering if it is native communications between the 2 OSes and hardware, or if Client Access and/or TCP/IP is required. eCS (ecomstation, took over...

    Gmil494365 pointsBadges:

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