• Wireles and the perfect tool set…

    Ok... my home network is setup so that I have my two desktops plugged in via ethernet and two laptops accessing my router via wireless. Im using all sorts of programs at the moment to analyse my network and monitor ip addresses, etc. But, I still find my network attached to a MAC address other than...

    Alucard5 pointsBadges:
  • Project management, network design for public hotspot

    I want to provide a public hot spot at my restaurant but I need to protect the computers that are on the wired LAN created by the WAP router. I need to protect the wired devices from unauthorized access but still provide authorized access for PC-Anywhere and video surveillance cameras. How can I do...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • How should I upgrade my network infrastructure?

    I am now upgrading the network infrastructure of my office and I have 10-15 computers. Now what I want to do is to connect to the Internet with a wireless or wired Ethernet connection and connect the Microsoft workgroup sharing with another wired Ethernet. Is it possible to connect a LAN connection...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop Wireless IP Phone

    We are trying to get a desktop 7940 ip phone to work through a wireless bridge/switch that connects wirelessly to a cisco access point. I've checked with a couple of product vendors (Linksys) who told me that this was unsupported. They believe that it is possible but couldn't tell me how to set up...

    VoIP Man5 pointsBadges:
  • Preventing a User from Accessing Confidential Files

    I have a home network which is hooked up to a Cox DSL Router. The Cox DSL Router is then plugged into a Linksys Wireless Router by CAT5. Running off of the Linksys Router is a CAT5 going into 1 desktop in the same room. I also have a desktop (main computer) that connects via Belkin Wireless. Now,...

    MattG085 pointsBadges:
  • Limiting Bandwidth by IP range

    Our guest can access internet via Wireless using a guest account on our ntwork but they can't access the resources on the network. We are looking for a was to limit the amount of bandwidth(Guest IP Range) used by the guests so it's doens't affect our network

    Prince975 pointsBadges:

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