Trying to setup a network, with my friends because we are going to be renting a house together, they will be sharing an internet connection, but I torrent alot so I figured I should pay or my own. Wanted to maintain a lan b/c I made a system that allows them to add torrents they [...]
Answer Question | July 2, 2010 7:09 AM
Home networking, Linksys Routers, Network Configuration, Routers, routers and switches, WAN
Can someone please explain what bit substitution is and what string substitution is? I’d like to know the difference between these two hardware compression techniques before I decide which wide area network (WAN) device is appropriate for my company. Thank you.
Answer Question | June 21, 2010 6:00 PM
String substitution, WAN, WAN optimization, Wide Area Networks
Is there a difference between Ethernet WAN and Wide Area Ethernet? If not, are there other terms people use to describe a high-speed wide area network (WAN) service that uses Ethernet connectivity? Thanks!
Answer Question | June 15, 2010 1:50 PM
Ethernet, Networking, Telecom, WAN, Wide Area Networks
internet, email, and access to the case management software is carried over this connection. There is no redundancy on this connection to each office. Please comment on what you would recommend as the most appropriate approach to address WAN redundancy and improve this situation. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Answer Question | July 6, 2010 1:30 AM
WAN, WAN network, WAN Redundancy
Hi, We have different locations connected by two different WAN providers. Each site has a 6224 and two cisco routers with the WAN connections (we don’t have access to router admin). The 6224 connects to each cisco LAN port and to our LAN backbone. We would like the 6224 provide the ip gateway address and [...]
Answer Question | June 2, 2010 1:22 PM
Cisco router, Dell PowerConnect 6224, Grep, WAN
I am investigating wireless infrastructure my company. I would like to, in the near future, include wireless VoIP phones, barcode scanners, as well as a few other wireless devices. Some I.T. professionals have told me that I will need a WAP that can “roam.” Other’s have told me that only the device needs [...]
Answer Question | June 2, 2010 5:17 PM
Roaming, VoIP, WAN, WAPS, Wifi
Hello, I have a Connection of Dhcp of Local area Connection and i use Wan Mini port (PPT) Dialer, and local area connection is automatically IP config, i dont want to use dialer on local area connection i want my local area connection direct connect to the internet Plz Help How i Do that,,
Answer Question | May 20, 2010 6:18 AM
DHCP, WAN, Windows XP
Hi, We have about 40 technical resource and they providing 24*7 offshore support for client across us. we are also using 10 IP phone for client commnication.Please suggest , what type of wan link and bandwidth are required. Thanks.
Answer Question | July 6, 2010 4:44 AM
Bandwidth, Cisco, WAN, WAN bandwidth optimization
What’s the routing scalability issue with the Internet? Does IPv6 fix it?
Answer Question | May 14, 2010 11:44 PM
IP networking, IPv4, IPv6, Scalability, WAN, WAN network
If IPv4 addresses will exhaust in the next year and a half, what are the ways people are addressing this issue? Other than migrate to IPv6, is there any other way to solve this problem?
Answer Question | February 10, 2011 11:19 PM
Change IP address, IPv4, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, WAN
Hi. I’m really interested in IPv6 and want to go to school to learn more about it and become an expert in the field. I can’t find any universities that teach IPv6 though. Where can I get an education or earn a degree in IPv6 technology?
Answer Question | May 2, 2010 8:03 PM
Career development, Degree, Degree programs, degrees, Education, Education/training, Educational Institutions, Internet protocol, IPv6, IT training, IT training and certifications, IT training and coursework, WAN
We are developing a network questionnaire for an Application that is about to be develp. We want to get or give our client a ballpark figure of the amount of bandwidth they gonna be needing in order that their application specifically web based application will perfrom efficiently over the WAN. Remember that the application is [...]
Answer Question | April 26, 2010 3:57 AM
Bandwidt assumptions, WAN, WAN bandwidth optimization, Web-based access
I am setting up a Web SSL VPN for remote access across my WAN. Can someone explain why SSL VPNs use Port 443? Can I use any other port?
Answer Question | June 7, 2012 7:10 PM
Network security, Port 443, Ports, Remote access, SSL, Ssl vpn, VPN, WAN
Is there a difference between SSL VPNs and Web-based VPNs, or are they the same thing? What is the advantage or disadvantage of an SSL VPN over a Web-based VPN, if there is a difference?
Answer Question | April 16, 2010 8:22 PM
Networking in 2010, SSL, Ssl vpn, VPN, WAN, Web-based access
How could a wireless sensor network be useful to an enterprise wide area network (WAN)?
Answer Question | April 16, 2010 6:47 PM
Networking, Networking in 2010, Networks, Sensors, WAN, wireless sensor networks
When will IPv4 addresses run out? I keep hearing of different dates, and I don’t know which one is right. Is there any way to know when the whole world wide Web will have to use IPv6 because IPv4 addresses have run out? Why isn’t there a firm deadline?
Answer Question | February 2, 2011 5:17 PM
IP, IPv4, IPV4 address exhaustion, IPv6, Networking, WAN
Next month, we’re taking an in-depth looking at networking, LANs, WANs, and the rest of the plumbing that keeps bits going, and I’d love to hear if you have any networking blogs to recommend. Thanks! Michael
Answer Question | April 16, 2010 2:23 AM
Blogs, LAN, Networking, Networking in 2010, WAN
I have a company they have 45 PCs, 4 different locations nationally, 2 global, and also need wireless for conference rooms, factory sections and employee acess in the break area. They need to have enough bandwidth not only to supporrt uploading but also downloading for the offices employees laptops, and factory wireless. What devices will the [...]
Answer Question | April 24, 2010 2:30 PM
Networking, WAN, WAN design
What’s the main difference between content delivery and mirrors? I heard that a mirror is a static content delivery network, but I don’t know what makes content delivery “dynamic.” What can a content delivery network do that mirroring can’t?
Answer Question | March 1, 2010 3:10 AM
Content delivery, content delivery network, Content delivery networks, Mirror, Mirroring, WAN
what is the best logical topology for a WAN for a business with 4 branches (1 main and 3 remote sites). Each branches holds 70 computers. please help.
Answer Question | July 6, 2010 2:05 AM
Network Configuration, Network Topology, WAN, WAN configuration, WAN topology