Local clients (Windows 7 64-bit) have no issues clicking on the shared printer and installing the drivers, But when trying to add the printer from across our WAN, the client gets prompted “Do you trust this printer?”, but once you select “Install Driver”, they simply get “Windows cannot connect to the printer, operation failed with [...]
Answer Question | April 25, 2013 10:48 PM
Networking, WAN, Windows 7
Does the IPv6 protocol perform any faster than the IPv4 protocol? Would there be any need for a network running IPv6 to use an application acceleration or other network performance enhancing device? Does that answer change when an organization is running a dual-stack (both IPv4 and IPv6) environment?
Answer Question | November 5, 2012 7:49 PM
Application acceleration, enterprise WAN, IPv4, IPv6, Network performance, WAN, WAN optimization
What do WAN optimizers do with IPv6 traffic if they can only handle IPv4 traffic? Does the IPv6 traffic just get ignored and not-optimized or does it depend drastically on the vendor’s technology?
Answer Question | November 5, 2012 7:42 PM
IPv4, IPv6, WAN, WAN acceleration, WAN optimization
What is the best practice when you are going for IP Telephony so Call-Control should be redundant over WAN Cluster?
Answer Question | October 16, 2012 6:12 AM
IP telephony, WAN
A server controlled networked having wifi router. Router’s WAN socket connects to server & some computers connect the LAN & Wi-fi of router. I need proper config details for the router and network to share all PCs (files and printers) across the complete network.
Answer Question | August 20, 2012 6:45 PM
LAN, router, WAN
I heard there is no way to do network address translation (NAT) in IPv6. Is this true? What about NAT66? Won’t that provide IPv6 NATing?
Answer Question | May 22, 2012 2:13 PM
IPv6, NAT, NAT66, Network Address Translation, WAN
What tools can you use to measure WAN and LAN network throughput?
Answer Question | April 19, 2012 3:19 PM
LAN, Network performance, WAN
I am taking a class at work and I have to design a WAN that will connect 2 different sites in 2 different states. It has to have the bandwidth to handle video conferencing and normal network traffic. I will have approx 300 users in 1 location and the same in the other. What would [...]
Answer Question | April 11, 2012 7:34 PM
Network design, WAN, Windows Server 2008
What are IPv6 shadow networks and how do I know if I have one in my companies’ network?
Answer Question | April 5, 2012 6:51 PM
IPv6, IPv6 security, WAN, Wide Area Networks
Will there be any difference between World IPv6 Day 2011 and 2012? What activities or events will be different or of particular interest in 2012?
Answer Question | June 1, 2012 6:09 PM
IPv6, WAN, World IPv6 Day
Hi, I had a query regarding WAN connectivity. Can we provide WAN connectivity on ethernet ports(copper as well as fiber)? Because I am assuming to terminate T3/E3 WAN connection from SP on this port to provide 10 Mbos or higher bandwidth. And do this can be provided on branch routers of cisco like 2900 series.
Answer Question | March 9, 2012 7:59 AM
Cisco router, WAN
I have 2 WAN (Sify and Airtel) connection and 2 LAN (Sify is connected to LAN1 and Aitel is LAN2) working separately in a same phisycal location. suppose some one is working on LAN1 is want to acces resources on LAN2 they used to acces by Public IP given by ISP but the system is [...]
Answer Question | February 27, 2012 5:57 PM
ISP connection, LAN, WAN
Looking for case studies where companies have built a private internet to share data among several different locations. Instead of a cloud environment, a private internet where Tier 1 peering points are used.
Answer Question | February 28, 2012 2:40 PM
What does the IPv6 Ready Logo mean on products? If a vendor does not have an IPv6 Ready certification does that mean their products are not good enough to handle IPv6 environments?
Answer Question | February 28, 2012 3:37 PM
IPv6, IPv6 compatibility, IPv6 Ready Logo, IPv6 transition, WAN
We all know that desktop virtualization is a great way to extend corporate desktops out of the office and into the world for users no matter where they are. But doing this introduces a lot of challenges. Join industry experts Gabe Knuth & Brian Madden along with Charlie Cano, Sr Solution Architect for F5 on [...]
Answer Question | March 6, 2012 5:10 PM
Brian Madden, Desktop virtualization, F5, Live Chat, WAN
What strategies can you use to transition to IPv6? I know of dual-stack and tunneling methods, but are there any other options? And is one strategy better for a large enterprise over another?
Answer Question | October 28, 2011 2:01 PM
IPv6, IPv6 transition, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks
I have three 35 sreies switch,two 29 series and 45 series as core switch,and router which is not already connected,my intetion and qn is how will i connect and configure those switch and router to use internet from ISP which come thru moderm to my office,and bare in mind i have ISA FILEWALL i want [...]
Answer Question | October 28, 2011 10:04 AM
LAN, Routing protocols, WAN
How can I setup DFS to replicate to three servers across my WAN? Do the DFS partners need to be part of my domain or just Windows 2003 server or better?
Answer Question | July 6, 2011 6:14 PM
DFS, DFS Replication, WAN, WAN optimization, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 administration
Testing file open performance across a WAN vs LAN. I open a 1MB .rtf file. When opening on the LAN, the traffic is on port 445 (CIFS). When opening the same file from the same server across the WAN, the traffic is on port 139 (NETBIOS). My question for all of you protocol gurus: Is [...]
Answer Question | June 2, 2011 7:12 PM
CIFS, LAN, NetBIOS, Network performance, Network performance management, WAN, Windows Server 2008
What is World IPv6 Day and what will it entail?
Answer Question | June 8, 2011 5:02 PM
IPv6, WAN, Wide Area Networks