• Community Message: Answer these questions and earn Knowledge Points

    Hi all Here is a link to some questions that still need answers. Take a look a see if you can help out your peers and earn Knowledge Points with every answer. Remember the members that earn the most knowledge points have a chance to win some cool prizes in the contest we are having. You can find...

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  • Message Passing between programs

    Hi, I have a program that needs to pass a message (*Info) to let the user know that his/her operation was successful. The program that needs to display this message is 2 levels up in the call stack. In between there is a procedure too. I did a QMHSNDPM at the transmitting program and a QMHRCVPM in...

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  • communications

    What is it that determines whether or not a given network is half or full duplex?

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  • 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...

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  • VOIP help

    I have avaya voip phones on my network and I need to setup an ip helper to get them over to a particlaur vlan. The reason is that if they go down they can not find their config info. What should the statement on the Cisco router look like

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  • Clarify Port and/or PVC circuit

    Is Port circuit and PVC circuit the same? If you have a fractional T1 is the portion being utilized a port circuit? Would a 768 kbps circuit be a port circuit or end to end? Looking for caritly of what a Port circuit is and how I would indetify one form ckt maping? Thanks Dave

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  • VoIP Alternative Solutions

    We currently have several offices and key distributors across the world. Currently we are using VoIP systems to contact each other, but having our main manufacturing unit in UAE where VoIP is illegal causes many problems mainly due to the only ISP blocking access to SIP ports. I understand there is...

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  • VoIP over 802.11a, g, n (or maybe b)

    I am in the process of starting my own venture as a WISP. I currently work for a WISP and we have constantly had problems pushing the VoIP across our network. Our network is a mix of 802.11a, b and g. Some of our point-to-multipoint APs are 2.4GHz b and g and others are 5GHz a. Our backbone is...

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  • 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...

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  • Call Manager

    Hello, I am new to this call manager.Is there any way to get number of concurrent video conferences?Does any mib support this?If not through snmp, can i get this info thru any other means? -- Chitra

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  • Restricting Calls

    I'm running CM 5.1. My IP Phones are purly for network troubleshooting purposes across a fairly vast routed network. I'd like to restrict some phones from calling one another and have others that can call everyone. What's the best way to set this up? I'm using 4 digit DN's right now, and there's no...

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  • Problem:The client could not connect to the remote computer

    When connecting to the application server several times it gives an error as in the subject and then after a few trials it goes through. Intermittent failures on connection. when trying to join domain i failed with errors indicating that DNS was not resolving the domain name. Or Domain name server...

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  • Videoconferencing

    what is the best way to deploy videoconferencing services? An Internet solution over fiber with a 5 MB bandwidth, Satellite connection or over a data network (MPLS)? but the last is an expensive solution. and videoconferencing services are used for meetings and interview which rarley occur of daily...

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  • Looking for VOIP compression software suggestions

    Can anyone suggest a few voip compression software solution We need to be able to utilize more bandwidth as we add more users. Thanks

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  • WAN PROTOCOLS please help

    How do i know what type of protocol should I apply in my network. ISDN? PPP? Frame Relay? HDLC? please explain it to me without saying some technical terms that is hard to understand.. thank you in advance.

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  • differences in network devices-reg

    I want to know the differences between a router, a hub and a switch. I know that these devices operate in diferent layers of the OSI model. I want to know other differences like hardware related to each device, security,number of devices that each can support etc.

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  • IP phone cabling requirements

    I am rather new to IP phones, and have a fairly simple question to ask about cabling. I am the IT person for my small company (20 users). Do I need to run new cat 5 cabling to each office if we get IP phones? Or is there some way we can use our existing cabling structure (it's all cat 5)? As an...

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  • VB Script for LCS 2005

    Hi Anybody have an Idea how to write the msRTCSIP-OriginatorSid SID into an Contact for LCS 2005 using VB6 or VBScript. Tried the objUser.Put "msRTCSIP-OriginatorSid","" part but dont work. Can read it with a script but having trouble writing back to it

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  • what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

    what is the purpose of backhaul client in access point 5131 dual radio?

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  • Testing voip network

    How do you test bulk traffic over a voip network

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