• 5 Clinics on 1 WAN

    I need to set up 5 clinics on one WAN, allowing them to share same server for email, talk directly with doctors at other locations, on central network to access client information, they have a data exchange of 1.5MB/second at any given time, the architecture is Windows 2003 with a fiber-optic...

    Mzbattle5 pointsBadges:
  • How much technical knowledge is needed to manage my LAN/WAN team?

    I am currently a Service Desk manager. I may be taking on a new role (which I asked for) as IT Manager that is not only in charge of the Service Desk but also the LAN/WAN. As a manager, how much technical knowledge is needed to manage the LAN/WAN portion of the team? Can I get by for a while...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Ping of Death

    Hi, I have a remote office connected over a T1 line to the main office with Cisco routers. The problem is that I get tons of logs in our main firewall that connects to the outside world saying "Ping of Death Blocked" The source of the attack is always an IP address(not always the same) from the...

    Alan Dala30 pointsBadges:
  • Routing bet diff ISP

    Dear Sir, I have one cisco 1700 series router with 2T WAN interface card,currently we using only one WAN interface point to point link,speed 1 mbps. I have one 2 mbps RF link witch is directly terminate on LAN switch and router's fastethernet is also connecting the same switch, both link use for...

    Mojad5 pointsBadges:
  • WAN Leased line failure study?

    Does anybody know of a study that lists failure probabilities for leased lines? I just had one of my offices in San Francisco dropped off line for a week because the two T-1's going into the office failed when the manhole they run through flooded. I need to come up with fault tolerance plans for my...

    Bigshybear0 pointsBadges:
  • Measuring network utilization & analysis

    How do you report on network utilization for your WAN? Check out my blog and give me some feedback. Crunching Numbers - is this any way to manage a network?

    Labnuke9932,960 pointsBadges:
  • WAN Architecture Expert

    I would like to have the typical job activities of a WAN Architecture Expert and what qualifications are required. The WAN Architecture Expert is supposed to assist in the establishment of a Wide Area Network to link up 14 countries customs administrations IT systems to facilitate information...

    Kennygee5 pointsBadges:
  • VMware HA/DRS over WAN?

    Hello. I am new to virtualization technology and right now am learning VMware virtual infrastructure features. Does anyone know if VMware HA/DRS is supported over WAN? Any document on this will help too. Thank you! Aiko

    Aiko15 pointsBadges:
  • Available WAN Bandwidth

    Hello All Is there any way to calculate Available WAN Bandwidth without any application. I just need some formulaes to calculate that.

    Sachindabu35 pointsBadges:
  • Slow performance with Juniper WX 60 WAN application acceleration platform

    We are using Juniper WX 60s on our WAN and they are not delivering the performance we expected. Has anyone tested the NX products against Juniper - and if so - how to they stack up? I'd be interested in any test results you could share?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring two WAN links between two locatons

    My central location is connected with remote location through 64kb/s VSAT link for accessing web applications of central location from remote location. remote location is having cisco 1600 sereis router and remote location 2800 sereis router. Now we have hired another 512 kb/s vsat link between...

    Dobhalg10 pointsBadges:
  • WAN throughput question for a gigabit ISP

    I am trying to determine the increased cost when bringing in outside customers that will be landing their images within my servers that sit behind our networks. . If my remote site is pushing about 250Gb of traffic per day what would be the increased traffic on a gigabit circuit that is billed...

    Dlydick5 pointsBadges:
  • WAN

    what data-link encapsultations for WAN

    YCable5 pointsBadges:
  • Differeance b/w VPN and tunneling , REdirect remote PC traffic thorugh WAN

    how does VPN and tunnelling differ from each other ? , and what are the ways one can redirect a remote PC host traffic to other remote host traffic and then to server on WAN ? for example Node A in Alaska .. node B in New york .. node A is accessing some server C... i want all traffic of node A...

    Spidy10 pointsBadges:
  • network topology choice

    which network topology works better for a peer to peer WAN?

    Phelpsie5 pointsBadges:
  • How to back up SQL Server database file on a different shared network

    I want to back up a SQL Server database file on a different system shared folder which is in different WAN network. How can I do this and are there any other backup methods available in SQL Server?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Is it any good to have 1 QoS router on WAN with VOIP

    I am thinking of implementing VOIP on a network that links 2 sites via DSL and Linksys BEFVP41 routers which do not support QoS. I am wondering whether it would make any sense changing one of these routers with a RVS4000 to ensure good voice quality. I would like to avoid purchasing 2 new routers...

    EB35 pointsBadges:
  • Multi-Vpn Setup: can access all subnets when in office, while vpn’d can only access local subnet

    I am having troubles with vpn users being able to see other subnets. It is set up as follows Any computer locally on the domain can see / ping/ access any other computer on any subnet / location. When someone vpn's into any of the routers they can only see the local subnet of the router they are...

    Rowley61320 pointsBadges:
  • Building a better WAN

    WE have 6 offices in TX, main is in Houston with our servers, next is Dallas. We use Citrix now and find it limiting and cumbersome. What do I need to have my team put inplace to create a real WAN so Dallas people login to Outlook on the same server Houston people do and have the same experience?

    CTO40 pointsBadges:
  • Designing a wide area network

    Need help designing a wide area network (WAN) Here are the instructions that were given. Design a wide area network (WAN) between offices that includes appropriate math calculations to meet the bandwidth. Describe the general type of WAN connections and network hardware that will be used to...

    Mikesmith443go5 pointsBadges:

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