• Live Chat Dec 1: Get Your Virtual Desktop Questions Answered

    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...

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  • Subnetting in IPv6 to assign large address blocks

    How do you subnet in IPv6? I know most subnets are all /64's, but I need to be able to assign larger blocks to labs to they can then, in turn subnet their blocks. I keep looking at the bits and the hex, but I am not quite getting how to define and organize the network boundaries. I have a feeling...

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  • LAN/WAN pros and cons

    What are the benefits for a business that incororates LAN/WAN capability?

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  • What is the IPv6 Ready Logo?

    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?

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  • case studies on creating and maintaining a private internet using tier 1 peering

    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.

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  • MultiWAN and MultiLAN

    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 next to me > I...

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  • client/server architecture

    Does a network type (LAN or WAN) impose limitation on technical development of a Client/Server architecture?

    Sandalvincci25 pointsBadges:
  • WAN design and implementation

    I am about to embark on a major project. There is a new organization with 7 sites without a single computer or LAN. I want to setup LAN in each of the sites, and then setup WAN to connect all sites. And there will be few remotes users that will connect to the branch network that they belong to. And...

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  • Can an IPv6 address be spoofed?

    Can an IPv6 address be spoofed?

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  • Office LAN and WAN connection

    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...

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  • how to connect LAN to WAN server

    helo dear... Please help me to connect my default LAN IP (192.168.1. ...) through the cisco router to WAN IP... (212.70. _._)

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  • Setting up DFS to replicate three servers across 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?

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  • How do network hardware devices support IPv6?

    I read that most routers and switches support IPv6, but how they support the protocol differs. The article said that specific network hardware devices have dedicated network processors while others have general purpose processors, which are worse because those forward packets at a slower rate. How...

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  • What is World IPv6 Day?

    What is World IPv6 Day and what will it entail?

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  • CIFS vs NETBIOS & network performance

    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 there really any...

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  • WAN accelerators

    Does either RiverBed "Steelhead" or Expand Networks optimization tools support secure Citrix and if so how do they compare?

    RSOTechOps5 pointsBadges:
  • Configuration of Cisco router 871.

    am new to this filed. am now working in one isp. here some customer request public ip ( for example subnet 255.255.255.252) . for internet connection .in wimax connection. its possible to configure both public and private ip both on lan interface . or i should create  nat pool, which will be best...

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  • WAN traffic utilization report

    How can we analyze traffic utilization of WAN connections? We have a Ethernet handoff going to our sonicwall as our default gateway.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What is IPv4 forwarding?

    What is IPv4 forwarding? How is it used?

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  • How will IPv6 header extensions improve routing?

    How will IPv6 header extensions improve routing?

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