• For VPN’s, which is better…Cable or DSL?

    I telework for my company and I use a VPN to connect to the company's server. I also use an Avaya Softphone to speak with consumers. While I am speaking with the consumers, I am using a Siebel program to input and research data. My connections drops a lot and my Siebel sessions freeze a lot as...

    Vrthomas10 pointsBadges:
  • ip address of laptop to connect with office vpn

    I was connected to a vpn but i switched to cable from dsl, now my laptop won't connect to the vpn

    Czarsala5 pointsBadges:
  • VPN Routing

    If you have 2 vpn routers with 3 connections each (fibre, t1, dsl) and define a vpn connection between them using the fibre connection will any of the vpn packets be transmitted over the t1 or dsl lines? Doesn't make any sense that they would but have network engineer insisting that would be the...

    Jimkski5 pointsBadges:
  • Inbound traffic is coming from router IP, not internet IP. Why?

    Hello, thank you for your time. I have recently noticed a strange occurence going on with inbound traffic. The other day, I helped my friend set up his network. icmp ping was good. while sniffing, I first noticed inbound tcp traffic to me was not coming from my friend's IP address, but coming from...

    Robert5795 pointsBadges:
  • VPN solution for deploying endpoints quickly

    What is an easy vpn solution for deploying endpoints quickly, cost effectively and easily? All types of operating systems from solaris to windows servers.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • VPN access from out of state

    I use a VPN address to work my customer service/sales job at home. I want to move out of state (Hawaii). Cant I just work the same( adjusted for time zone) hours in hawaii ? Im told we have no licencing in HI, isn't the VPN address invisable to whre I work from ?

    Christyallyn5 pointsBadges:
  • How do you prepare for snow emergencies?

    For those being affected by "winter mixes", how do you prepare or plan for all the stresses of snowstorms, blizzards and more? So far today, we've seen power outages, VPN overloads, network traffic spikes and more, but we'd love to hear what you're dealing with, as well as advice on preparing or...

    Michael Morisy7,943 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2003 IMAP Configured for VPN Only

    I have a Mac user that accesses our network via a VPN. He has Microsoft Outlook 2011 for Mac and cannot connect to Exchange 2003 as per the limitations set by Microsoft that are well documented at this point. Apparently, the only way to connect to Exchange 2003 via Outlook 2011 on a Mac is via...

    Techcastle15 pointsBadges:
  • VPN not connecting in Windows Vista laptop

    hi my vpn adress is 173.193.233.48 my pin statistics for 173.193.233.48 packets: sent=4 receiveed=0 lost=4 <100% loss> tracing route to 173.193.233.48-static.softlayer.com [173.193.233.48 ] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 * * * request timed out. 2* 3893 ms * 10.131.198.33 3 * * * request timed...

    Danim202015 pointsBadges:
  • CISCO VPN Client – Virtual Adaptor Issues

    OS: Windows XP Proffesional SP3 Over the Christmas Holiday period I had a total failure of my Computer system.  The system was restored from original CDs, ALL updates received from Microsoft.  All is now working well with all programmes loaded EXCEPT for Cisco VPN Client. Prior to the failure I...

    Dolly880310 pointsBadges:
  • VPN between two Windows Server 2003

    We want to create a VPN between two Windows Server 2003 over the Internet. What needs to be done? What ports need to be opened? Do we have to have static IP's?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • MPLS VPN connection

    [html xmlns=""> i am using vpn/mpls network problem is that show the connection. Lan is already connected but cannot access internet explorer or any browser.....what is problem for that

    Aghazdileep55 pointsBadges:
  • Safe@office, Securemote issues

    Hello everyone - I'm hoping somebody out there can point me in the right direction. We just replaced our aging Checkpoint firewall with Safe@office 500 (waiting for the powerpack right now though). We use Securemote to vpn in and although that works just fine after recreating the site, we've had an...

    Lirria0 pointsBadges:
  • Changing to only one DHCP server and the other to a failover

    If we have two offices connected via sonicwall vpn how can we make it so we only need one dhcp server and it can fail over to the other one if necessary?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • JavaScript Error Through a VPN Connection

    Hey all, I am having an issue with a data repository we set up to be accessed inside the company and for our affiliates outside through the use of a VPN. Now the site loads fine using the local address inside the network but when someone remotes in through the VPN site the page just shows the...

    FrankTheTank1,200 pointsBadges:
  • 3G – Creating a S2S VPN when the 3G card uses DHCP and not static?

    I have a 3G WIC card (HWIC-3G-GSM) in a Cisco 1841 and need to create an IPSEC tunnel to a Cisco ASA5520 Normally creating a S2S tunnel would be relatively easy if both peers used static IP's, however my 3G provider uses dynamic addressing. If I try and create an IPSEC S2S VPN peer on a...

    OrangeNewbie55 pointsBadges:
  • How to create a small-network VPN

    I searched your site (great site BTW) and found some aspects of my questions addressed but they don’t really answer fuly. So, if you don’t mind, here it goes. My technology knowledge is pretty low. I have 5 PCs at home. 2 Vista, 2XP and 1 Mac OS. I would like to keep our Internet connections...

    Bondgoldfinger5 pointsBadges:
  • Computer to computer VPN over Internet with Windows server 2003

    We want to create a computer to computer vpn over the Internet between two Windows 2003 servers how can we achieve this where all communications between the two machines go through the vpn tunnel?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Question about Internet connection speed and VOIP

    over our VPN which is routed over the internet if we used a point to point ? Pricing allows for us to have a 100mbit Internet circuit. If we go with a PTP it will be closer to10MB and maybe even 5. Which is better for speed and reliability? .

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Bandwidth management in a VPN network

    development of heurestic algorithm for bandwidth management in a VPN network using learning classifier system

    Vvictoria15 pointsBadges:

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