• Can’t enter ROMmon mode in Cisco router 2811

    hi i have cisco 2811 router and when i try to enter in rommon mon not possiable i try all but useless on console mod just garabge plese help

    Alca5 pointsBadges:
  • Answer a Question, Innovate Your IT Department!

    This week's IT book giveaway promises to help you change your view of IT and keep up with the face of IT that's been changing for years now. David Croslin doesn't approach IT transformation with the usual fire and brimstone, but with a refreshing perspective that gives advice on forging ahead...

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting two Windows 7 machines via WiFi?

    Can I connect two Windows 7 machines together via WiFi without using a router? I need to copy files both ways and the only connections in common on both machines are WiFi 802.11 N.

    ITKE54,865 pointsBadges:
  • Can an IPv6 address be spoofed?

    Can an IPv6 address be spoofed?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN500 pointsBadges:
  • cisco 2950 configuration

    Hi, I have got a really stupid question to ask. I am running a small wireless internet service, about 20 customers so far. I'm using 4 access points to send out my signal. My input is from a t1 line into a cisco 1841 router. Here is where my problem starts: I've been using soho dsl router/switch ...

    Edcockrell35 pointsBadges:
  • Can Linksys BEFSR81 router be used to facilitate inter-vlan communication

    I am new to networking. I have created two vlans using a linksys SRW2016 switch. I assigned members to each valans. The member within a vlan can ping each other, but members between VLANs cannot ping. I was told that I need a router to get the inter-vlan communication working. I have a Linksys...

    Pokkam525 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking USB drives or any removable media on Active Directory network

    Can I block the use of USB drives or flash drives or any removable media on our active directory network across the board. We are using group policy but I do not know how to configure it.

    ITKE54,865 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless interference

    I am having really bad wireless problems. The signal drops unexpectedly. There are a lot of wireless routers in my building and it might be interfering. I see that I can change the wireless channel. How can I tell what channels the other routers are on? I am using a PC laptop with 54g wifi.

    ITKE54,865 pointsBadges:
  • Blocking spyware and inappropriate sites

    Can we monitor and filter our wireless network? Are there free tools for this? We want to block porn and spyware sites.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Video Conference Solution involving Cellular Products

    I am looking for a vendor solution that would permit a call to be placed to a cell phone and then a video solution or VOIP solution for conferencing to be performed over a wireless laptop.  Obviously, this involves smartphones like iPhone and Blackberry. The ability to have multiple persons...

    Fischerman7229260 pointsBadges:
  • Unable to access internet when firewall on

    Hi, I am accessing internet through broadband router. when my firewall off of system i am able to access the internet when the firewall is on i am not able to access the internet. Actually what's the firewall reports says when system send packet to internet in one port but it is receiving data on...

    Yathindra25 pointsBadges:
  • Who uses Gigabit Ethernet for IP Phones, is this just IT herd mentality?

    Looking at general VoiP deployment and IP telephones, I see a wide reference to Gigabit ethernet almost as if it is the standard interface. It is being specified in tender responses as a must have. Reality seems to indicate that Gigabit to the desktop is not standard and rarely used in enterprises...

    Etljnoy5 pointsBadges:
  • What brand of routers/switches do you trust the most?

    We're wondering what everyone is using for a brand of wireless routers and switches? What do you prefer to use in the enterprise versus at home or in personal networks? What are your suggestions for SMBs to large corporations? We've got 150 knowledge points for our favorite answer!

    MelanieYarbrough6,345 pointsBadges:
  • Disabling wireless internet at specific times

    Is there a method for disabling wireless internet from our routers at a specified time every day? When the offices close the wifi closes as well. We have seen some horrible traffic from late nights presumably from the parking lot.

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Will Cisco Certification add value to my MS wireless communication degree?

    I have completed my MSc wireless communication this year January 2010, and now planning to for cisco certification courses. My question is: Am I moving away from the field or will it add value to my degree and career, if so which Cisco course will be better for my career.

    Saleh15 pointsBadges:
  • Are all wifi protocols backwards compatible?

    Are all the wifi protocols backwards compatible? Are there any exceptions? I am talking about a Wireless 80211N router being able to communicate with 80211a-g wireless cards.

    ITKE54,865 pointsBadges:
  • Why IPv6 is not being used more often

    If IPv4 addresses are running out in the next year, why aren't more people using IPv6 more often?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN500 pointsBadges:
  • Windows server 2003 home network needs help

    I am setting up a network at home under Win 2K3 and I am not sure of the settings. Can someone validate what I am doing? My Cable modem goes into a WIFI linksys WRT53G router (its IP is 193.168.1.1). The router goes into a hub in which are connecting 3 workstations and the 2K3 server. The server...

    Yves25 pointsBadges:
  • What subnet mask should I use on my IP range?

    What subnet mask should I use on my IP range if I only need 100 IP addresses? Is 255.255.255.0 still ok?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • Using wireless router stand alone

    Once I have configured my wireless router with a network connected desktop, can the  wireless  router be run stand alone and utilized only  with my laptops that are prewired with wireless?  The desktop will be disconnected.

    Geeeceee5 pointsBadges:

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