Is it possible to have two VPN connections to the same machine simultaneously with two network cards — each NIC pointing to the different connections?
Answer Question | October 13, 2010 7:09 PM
Network cards, Network connectivity, Network hardware, Networking, NIC, Virtual Private Network, VPN, VPN design, WAN
I know how to calculate IP addresses under IPv4. How do I calculate addresses in IPv6?
Answer Question | February 11, 2011 7:02 PM
IP address, IP addressing, IPv4, IPv6, IPv6 addressing, WAN
How can a small to medium-sized organization (SMB) with limited resources prepare for the transition to IPv6? What’s our best bet to transition to IPv6 cheaply?
Answer Question | October 11, 2010 6:56 PM
IPv6, IPv6 rears its head, IPv6 transition, SMB, SMBs, WAN
Hi, Can you recommend a few good websites or books to get started with IPv6? Thanks.
Answer Question | October 12, 2010 6:52 PM
IPv6, IPv6 how-tos and resources, IPv6 rears its head, IPv6 Training, WAN
How can we analyze traffic utilization of WAN connections? We have a Ethernet handoff going to our sonicwall as our default gateway.
Answer Question | May 12, 2011 3:56 PM
Network traffic analysis, Traffic utilization report, WAN, WAN analyzer, Windows
I’m talking to my current ISP about IPv6 migration, and I’d like to know whether service providers typically charge you to run dual-stack or not. Should I expect Internet service providers to charge extra for any other IPv6 migration costs?
Answer Question | February 17, 2011 9:51 PM
Internet service providers, IPv6, ISP, ISPs, Migration, service provider, service provider issues, Service providers, WAN
I’m looking to migrate my IPv4-based network to IPv6. But I keep hearing that IP addresses work their way into parts of a network infrastructure that we don’t normally think of. So before I do a trial-and-error approach to testing the IPv6 network, what are there common places IP addresses hide so that I can have [...]
Answer Question | September 20, 2010 9:36 PM
IP Addresses, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, Migration, WAN
Hi, My company has public-facing IP addresses, so with the pending IPv4 address exhaustion, I know an IPv6 migration is inevitable. If my goal is to migrate all of the wide area network’s IPv4 addresses to v6, what are some very basic steps I need to take to put together a migration plan, i.e., speak [...]
Answer Question | September 20, 2010 9:25 PM
IPv4, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, Migration, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks
I am not a network guy and would like to know how can I setup the below two configurations and its pros and cons. networking component :- WAN: cisco 2970 * 1 Load balancer: F5 switch 1600 * 2 Private subnet: Cisco 2950 * 2 My situation is like that, my F5 switch 1600 will [...]
Answer Question | September 20, 2010 5:34 AM
Cisco, Cisco 2950, Cisco Routers, Cisco switches, Ethernet connection, Linux administration and management, Networking, WAN, Wide Area Networks
Can I buy an IPv6 address? How does the purchasing process work? I heard that ARIN will give enterprises IPv6 addresses for free, but is this true and what are the conditions?
Answer Question | August 12, 2010 3:53 PM
Enterprise, IP Address Allocation, IPv6, WAN, Wireless in 2010
If IPv4 addresses are running out in the next year, why aren’t more people using IPv6 more often?
Answer Question | February 17, 2011 3:50 PM
IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, WAN, Wide Area Networks, Wireless in 2010
Can an IPv6 address be spoofed?
Answer Question | December 13, 2011 3:38 PM
IPv6, Spoofing, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks, Wireless in 2010
What do Internet2 and IPv6 have in common? Does Internet2 have anything to do with IPv6?
Answer Question | August 13, 2010 3:30 PM
Internet protocol, Internet2, IP networking, IPv6, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks, Wireless in 2010
Please feel free to direct me to previous post if applicable. I have searched all over this site and others to try to find specifics. I have a business network 192.168.10.0 that all of the PCs and two windows small business servers run on. I have a separate network 192.168.1.0 that my machines(industrial PLCs, VFDs, [...]
Answer Question | August 12, 2010 2:08 PM
Routers, Small Business Server, Subnet, WAN, Wireless in 2010, WLAN configuration
what is the difference between Leased line and MPLS for Intranet Connectivity??which one is more reliable and robust??
Answer Question | August 26, 2010 6:06 AM
Intranet, Leased line, MPLS, MPLS VPN, WAN, Wireless in 2010
I would be grateful for any pointers as to a CDP or file Synchronization (with schedule) solution that works well over an IPSEC VPN over a WAN. Any help would be appreciated JB
Answer Question | July 29, 2010 2:44 PM
CDP, File Synchronization, IPsec, IPsec VPN, NAS, Network Attached Storage, WAN
Has anyone ever heard of a GigaWAN service? I hear this data service is incredibly fast, but I want to know more about vendors, how much it costs and what the advantages or disadvantages are to using it for my corporate wide area network (WAN). Would I need GigaWAN or some other service/pipe to connect cloud computing centers?
Answer Question | July 16, 2010 8:27 PM
GigaWAN, Services, telecom service providers, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks
What is the number of IPv6 addresses left? How many IPv6 addresses are there, and when will they run out?
Answer Question | February 11, 2011 2:44 PM
IP address, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks
Hi. Can someone explain exactly what an IPv4-Mapped IPv6 address is and how it is possible to map IPv4 addresses to IPv6 addresses? Is there some kind of program/software/service that can do this for you?
Answer Question | July 16, 2010 2:40 PM
IP address, IP addressing, IPv4, IPv6, WAN, wide area network, Wide Area Networks
What’s the difference between an SSL VPN and an SSTP VPN? Is the connection the same or is an SSL VPN more secure than an SSTP VPN?
Answer Question | July 13, 2010 4:37 PM
Network security, Ssl vpn, SSTP VPN, VPN, VPN protocols, VPN Tunnel, WAN, Wide Area Networks