• Use of TFTP

    Why is the use of TFTP discouraged on the network from a security perspective?

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  • Printing over VPN

    I have set up a VPN between two sites using a Zyxel 662HW at one end and a Zyxel 660 at the other - my VPN tunnel works fine (can use VNC remote control software to take over client). I am trying to use the tunnel to print remotely from one LAN to the other,however, I cannot see any pcs over the...

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  • Problems w/CISCO VPN Client on XP

    Can anyone help - when CISCO VPN client is installed on my laptop(windows XP), I can't VPN to any other networks. Even if the CISCO client is not connected, it prohibits any other VPN connections.

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  • Help required in configuring ISA server 2000 firewall

    Hi all, I have some queries related to Microsoft ISA server 2000. First of all I want to provide some info about my network. In my network most of the systems are using different flavor of MS windows and one computer (call it server1) is providing internet access to all the other computers...

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  • How to do a Linux DMZ Intranet with Windows authentication?

    I am designing a new network that has a DMZ containing Linux webservers and behind a firewall separating the DMZ a Windows backoffice . I want to run our company Intranet on the DMZ side using Linux but I want to limit access to employees both from the Internet and behind the firewall using windows...

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  • Blocking P2P in SBS2003 network with no ISA Server

    Hi All, I manage a small SBS2003 network, which doesn't have ISA server - i.e. the SBS box and all clients are wired via a switch to the ADSL router (Netgear DG384G). One of the users has been downloading MP3's from a P2P network and I want to block this sort of activity. Can I just block...

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  • Cisco ACS, PIX and VPN problem

    I am trying to configure Cisco PIX to accept vpdn connections that will be authenticated by the Cisco ACS after looking up username and profile details in Active Directory. I am seeing failed attempts on the ACS - so I think the config is ok (below) access-list acl_in permit ip 10.xxx.xxx.0...

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  • Netgear FVS318 VPN

    I am using a Netgear FVS318 router through Verizon DSL. Everthing is working fine on the network, however, I am trying to setup VPN access. I am using the Netgear VPN client on my laptop. When I get the router configured and the policy loaded on my laptop, I use a dial-up connection through my...

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  • CITRIX – How to Print outside LAN to OFF-Site printers

    I need your help in this scenerio! what are your 2 cents? Goal: To go to a FULL Citrix Enviroment, Aiming at Thin clients, maybe linux based Off-site: Offices connect through the internet, they have DSL/T1's. Right now they are using Citrix successfully. If they have a printer over there and they...

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  • Desktop to AS/400 encrypted communications

    We currently have many users connecting to multiple AS/400 servers using TCP/IP. The servers OS vary from V4R5 to V5R3. Several products are used to communicate through the network from the desktops to the different servers. We are looking for a solution that will encrypt the information being...

    Neverham0 pointsBadges:
  • VPN and email

    Hello, I set up a VPN on the office server and I am not allowing split tunneling. Now I am trying to set up a laptop to access the VPN, the Outlook Exchange serve, internet and email. Igot the laptop connecting to the VPN and set it up to use the proxy on the server so that the laptop can access...

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  • DOS attack, DNS question

    My question has two parts, first: today at the place where i work we lost the internet, and after checking the firewall (sonicwall, this is a non profit organization so they cant afford the best stuff) i discovered it was more than likely a DOS attack. nobody could access the internet, and i could...

    KJC48550 pointsBadges:
  • dial up connections

    hello everybody, could u please help me understand how dial up connections r given?if i am an isp how will i assign dynamic ip addresses to my clients and how will i monitor them? thanks xevier

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  • Restricted access to win XP professional

    I have a small WORKGROUP with windows 2000 server and 5 windows XP professional systems. All computers can read/write each other. Now I want to make one XP client secure/restric access, so that no other computer can access that except only other XP computer. How can I do that? Please advise. Thanks...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • VPN tunneling protocols confusing me.

    Hi, I m really confused in this VPN topic, I have no clear view of VPN. Randomly i read the material, and from that study, i raised confusiong between different type of tunneling protocols. Can anybody help me for clearing my confusion for L2tp, pptp, gre, ipsec, l2f, ssl .. and many more protocols...

  • Windows XP Home Connectivity Issue

    My client has a small wireless network without a domain and primarily use Windows 2000 on their workstations. Recently, they purchased a couple of Sony laptops with Windows XP Home and I was able to connect these laptops to each other and the Windows 2000 PC. They recently added a Dell Dimension...

    Pkraja0 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange server through VPN

    Hi, I would like to find information on how to connect to exchange server through VPN. The vpn is established and we can browse the network, but I need to configure outlook to connect to the exchange server on company's SBS 2000 server. Thanks

    Maanoi0 pointsBadges:
  • Cheap SSL VPN Solution requested

    You probably all know the currently available SSL VPN Appliances (Nettila, Firepass, Juniper Neoteris etc etc). But the pricing of those boxes/solutions doesn't suite the small business market, which requires similar solutions but for only a handful of users (and for a decreased budget). However,...

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  • Watchguard SOHO/tc6 firewall configuration

    Greetings all: I have a new client that has a 4 year old Watchguard SOHO/tc6 firewall connecting to the Internet using SBC's ADSL connection. SBC has provided an Efficient 5861 ADSL modem. The client also has used the Mobile User VPN software from Watchguard to access their server remotely. All...

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  • Desktop or Personal Firewalls

    1) How can an application detect that a Desktop or Personal Firewall is blocking a port or binary image? 2) Also, how can application get vendor specific information about the running firewall? Thanks for you help

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