• Connecting Domain Controllers

    My company has expanded and bought more buildings that are miles away from the offices we currently use. How would i best connect Domain Controllers at outlying sites to the primary DC and Exchange Server here in the original offices. Could i Use a VPN. Would i need to establish a trust even if the...

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  • Can make VPN connection, but can’t ping server or access resources

    I set up PPTP VPN through our D-Link DFL-200 hardware firewall here at our company so that people could access network resources from home. The problem is, when at home, they can make a VPN connection just fine, but they can't ping the file server here at work, nor can they access or see any...

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  • VPN Tips and Tricks

    When trying to connect to the office network via VPN from hotels, airports etc, what problems could a novice encounter? For instance the local firewall might complicate the connection, the Proxy required at the office network is not on. Does anyone have other problems that can arise, and solutions...

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  • 3 sites, How to setup Active directory

    Hey guys, I am deploying a network for a business, here is the plan There are 3 sites A,B,C site A: 43 clients, all the servers are in a rack in the basement site B: 20 clients site C: 20 clients i want AD fcourse but i'm wondering if it is possible to use site A domain controller as PDC, and put a...

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  • DIffernece between MPLS & VPN

    i want to know about the basic & major working differnces between MPLS connectivity & VPN coneectivity . In which environment MPLS or VPN connectivity can be deployed to give optimum solution. Please revert me or send me the document or white paper regarding the above. sathish kumar.s Network...

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  • Procedures for a new area.

    We are a company where we have expirience on network remote administration and now we have open a new area, The area of security. Now I need to start to make new procedures like when a new customer come to us and ask if we can handle the security for his network... I need to know if some one can...

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  • Paranoid about protecting my MAC address–Please read my story

    What is the easiest way to protect your MAC address against spoofing? In 2004 I was the victim of a hacker that somehow spoofed my Cable Modem Mac address and used it to cover his identity while serving copyright material thru the internet. I was unsuspecting until my ISP one day suspended my...

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  • How to access an intranet dns server over a VPN to provide name resolution of remote network

    I am unable to resolve the names across a vpn tunnel connecting two private networks. I have a small private network (A) that is connected to a larger private network (B) over a vpn. To allow access to several database applications provided by network B. The vpn connection is made through a Netgear...

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  • Crypto Tunneling

    I am seeking a faily simple explanation of "What is a crypto-tunnel?" "How does a crypto tunnel work?" and a sketch of what they look like..

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  • VPN User IP Location

    Hello, I am using CISCO VPN. We have users that connect to our company's location using CISCO VPN. 1) Can we find out where they are located. Like what state they are connecting from. Any way to trace this?

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  • VPN Setup 2003 Server

    I have one domain server. I tried to set up the RAS VPN service as outlined in Microsoft's Knowledge base. How ever if I get the vpn to work then no one on the internal network can access the internet. I understand they use the same services. Is there a way to configure the RAS for VPN and allow...

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  • Routing the firewall IP in to the public IP

    In our company, we are using an VPN to connect Lotus Notes and other specific aplication to some servers.For security issues, we are using an proxy, and our public IP is routed to their firewall IP, and I can`t acces with Remote Desktop the workstations from our company.Should I rebuild the VPN...

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  • Remote pc access to As400

    I am trying to access my As400 from a remote pc. Our AS00 is at V5/R4 and sits behind a SonicWall firewall. I can log into our SonicWall firewall via vpn and access Windows Servers on the network etc but I can not access or ping the As400. What am i missing? Thanks, Steve Pompano Beach

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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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  • VPN Client

    I'm having trouble connecting my VPN client through a laptop I just received through my work. I have a high-speed internet connection through a router, which is a D-Link EBR-2310 wired router, but it connects when connected straight through the modem or through the wireless connection from...

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  • How to setup a VPN.

    Hi. If anyone can help it will be much appreciated. I currently work in two shops and each shop has a static IP address. I wish to set up a VPN network so that I can move one of the Epos terminals to the other shop while keeping the epos server at the original shop and thus allowing the terminal to...

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  • VPN & Two Offices

    Hi, I'm currently (attempting!) to configure a network for a family buisness of ours, We have 2 sites (HQ and remote office) and need to bridge the two networks over the internet. HQ - 10.1.x.x Remote Office - 10.2.x.x Both sites will have a single Windows 2003 Standered server to manage AD, DNS,...

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  • Cisco ASA DMZ configuration…

    I am in the process of setting up a DMZ in order to host a Web Server and an Exchange Server. I have been doing a great deal of research and have a few questions. This is my setup: Internet====>ASA====>Inside Network (Cisco Switches) I want to use an additional switch and attach it to the ASA...

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  • Synchronization between two exchange servers

    Hi We have two cooperated networks and want to synchronize our Outlook Calendars between the two Exchange servers - how can we do that? We are trying to get a VPN Site to Site up and running. Our system is Windows 2003 Server and Exchange 2003 Thank you for your time Regards

    Syddansk5 pointsBadges:
  • How to connect to my servers from behind customer firewall?

    I need to do some product demos connecting to my server. However many times the client firewall rules prevent me from accessing my server. My application needs access to multiple ports (apache, tomcat,oracle,..). Is there some VPN software I can install to resolve my problem? I would appreciate...

    Chennapan30 pointsBadges:

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