Is there an industry standard for service failure rates concerning wan circuits?
Answer Question | February 17, 2010 10:57 PM
T-1, T-1/T-3 Services, WAN, WAN hardware
Hi, I would like to know the best way to setup a WAN. We have 4 small companies and one main Head quarter. 2 companies are in one city and 2 are in another city. Below is the detail on what each site has. HQ(head quarter)- HP Mail Server (HP ML350) - Win 2003 Server + Exchange [...]
Answer Question | September 30, 2009 10:56 AM
Exchange 2003, Network Configuration, SQL Server 2000, WAN, WAN design, WAN hardware, WAN technologies, Windows Server 2003
What is the difference between the serial interface of 2500 series Cisco routers and the serial interface of WAN cards (WIC-1t)? If there is no difference then is there any data-rate difference between the above two serial interfaces?
Answer Question | February 5, 2009 10:24 PM
Cisco, Cisco Routers, Interface cards, Network cards, Network devices, Network equipment, Networking, Routers, Serial ports, WAN hardware
I made a port forwarding change and now the router will not let me back in. Is there some sort of back door or a way in on the wan or RS232 side?
Answer Question | August 11, 2008 11:54 PM
Administrative privileges, EdgeMarc 4300T, Edgewater Networks, Routers, WAN hardware
Where can I find reference material to show a peer why spending the extra money for a full duplex RF link is better than half for a WAN bridge? I have 20+ years of networking experience and this RF guy thinks he knows it all. He has management sold on a cheap solution. I’m not [...]
Answer Question | May 12, 2008 8:45 PM
Bridges, Full Duplex, Link Options, Networking, Routing and switching, WAN hardware