• How can I see what users are connected to my wireless network?

    How can I see what users are connected to my wireless network? I am running a sonicwall tz170 for wireless connectivity. Is there a place I can see which machines are connected? Host name and dynamic IP? Can I export this information as well?

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  • PPTP using Vodafone Ireland and EchoLife HG556a dsl router

    Hi All, I have started pulling my hair out over the last few nights and now have a bald patch on one side of my head..... Ok not really but I feel like pulling my hair out, I have this problem you see, it is something I have been working on for a while just for fun. I have a Windows Home Server in...

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  • Multiple Subnet Routing Hardware

    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...

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  • The Great Debate: 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz for WLAN?

    We're curious as to the real-world comparisons between .11n and previous iterations. If you've looked at upgrading, has it been as expensive as you thought it would be? Make the case for 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz or a dual band network here. This discussion inspired by a Search Networking article by Shamus...

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  • Endpoint Security’s Shifting Focus

    In the past, endpoint security has focused on protecting endpoint devices, managing this by installing software on these devices. The traditional office, however, is changing, with increasing remote users, telecommuters and road warriors taking these devices on the road, into unknown wireless...

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  • Sharing our internet connection by turning a server into a hotspot

    I have Internet on our server and it has a wireless connection. Can I share out the Internet connection by turning the server into a hotspot? The server is a Windows 2003 Advanced Server that is also our domain controller. Any help and a walk through would be greatly appreciated.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Switch or router for small office network with 10-20 computers

    Hi I am trying to setup a small network for an office. Not sure should I use a Switch or a router. Could be 10-20 computers. Also the user wants me to block everyone from accessing their emails. Any suggestions is appreciated

    NetworkingIT5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows wireless configuruation script

    Can anyone point me to a sample script or script template for configuring wireless connection settings (SSID, Authentication, Encryption, Network Key) on Windows XP clients using Wireless Zero Configuration? Preferably one that does not require a Active Directory Group Policy Object to deploy, as I...

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  • WiFi access point pointing to proxy server

    hi all I am looking for a solution... I am wanting to set up wireless points at over 200 libraries in New Zealand, and am currently rolling out broadband/desktop PC's and free internet access into these libraries. So getting wireless access to these libarries is very straight forward. BUT...the...

    Glennz5 pointsBadges:
  • Found Trojan.ByteVerify on my computer

    Hi All, Symantec recently discovered Trojan.ByteVerify on my computer. I run system checks weekly and am always cautious about the e-mails I open, the web sites I go to and what I click on, so I was pretty surprised to find I had a Trojan. It was quarantined and removed, but I'm worried about what...

    jwise41020 pointsBadges:
  • Deploying IP address authentication in Radius server

    Dear All, Please provide me a solution, where we want to bind IP address with MAC ID of the wireless client and should be authenticated by Radius Server. Is this solution exist? I will be very thankful if you could provide me the solutions.   Akash  

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  • Wired versus Wireless: Are we ready to cut the cord?

    I recently wrote about about the readiness of wireless for enterprise networks, saying that even with .11n, most companies shouldn't yet jump to a 100% wireless office. Josh Stephens over at Solar Winds disagrees, saying we're ready to cut the cord and go all wireless. Any thoughts out there from...

    Michael Morisy8,323 pointsBadges:
  • Issue with Lotus Sametime Connection relating to wireless dormant mode

    I am having an issue with my Sametime. It "disconnects" every 20 seconds when my verizon wireless card goes into dormant mode. I recently upgraded my LN from 8.0.2 to 8.5.1. Prior to this upgrade, LN and Sametime were unaffected by the wireless activity.

    Charleehunter5 pointsBadges:
  • Best mobility blogs

    As part of our mobility focus this month, we're looking for the top bloggers on mobility. Please add any suggestions you have down in the answers section! We'll share the best with our members in the community update.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Best books on enabling enterprise mobility?

    As part of IT Knowledge Exchange's guide to mobile computing, we're trying to put together a list of the best books on enterprise mobility, whether it's outfitting your company with mobile devices or simply upgrading to .11n. If you have any books to recommend, just add them to the list.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless on my PC

    How do I set-up my laptop's to connect to the PC's wireless connection?

    Rat4565 pointsBadges:
  • increasing wireless range

    I have a laptop with wireless networking. I want to use it at a a location which is in the vicinity of a wifi service. However it is just a few yards too far to get a proper signal. Is there something available that I can connect to my laptop that will increase my reception range? I have seen...

    Techduck15 pointsBadges:
  • how a wireless client (A) associated to Access point will communicate with a pc (B) connected to the ethernet port of the same Access point.

    I have a network scenario like this A (wireless client)    AP-----B (wired) When sending a packet/data from A to B, what is background process that happens between A->AP, AP->B and vice-versa. It would be great if someone can explain at packet level

    NKiran5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with installing Hawking Wireless-G High-Gain USB Dish – Please help!!!

    Hi there guys, I recently got hold of a Hawking HWU8DD High-Gain Wireless-G Dish Adapter (Rev.B), But I'nm having a bit of a problem installing it. The software on the CD installs fine, but when I connect the device to the PC and it detects the new hardware to install, it fails to install the...

    Pointofgravity5 pointsBadges:
  • wireless to wireless connectivity (Cisco WAP4110N)

    Hi, Can somebody tell me the step by step procedure on how can I connect my 2 Cisco WAP4110N? One of which is connected directly to the switch and the other one is supposedly communicate with the WAP(connected to the switch) to broadcast its SSID. TNX..  

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