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  • AS/400 case sensitive password

    Is there any way to unable case sensitive passwords for AS/400 user profiles, If so how can it do

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  • CCNA Security vs CCNA Voice vs CCNA Wireless

    Hi guys, Please guide me to choose among CCNA Security , CCNA Voice, CCNA Wireless. By the way I am having CCNA certification. Bit confused to choose next career step. Please help me out. Thanks in advance.

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  • What’s the best option for storing graphs in persistent storage?

    I'm wondering what would be the best way for me to store my graphs in persistent storage (for analysis, search, clustering, etc.). I'm considering NEO4J but I'm looking what other options are available to me. Would Cassandra or MySQL work for me? Thanks for the help.

    ITKE347,565 pointsBadges:
  • AutoCAD LT 2012 .cbt files

    How do you import .cbt files

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  • Network Testing, Slow ping

    Hello all, I have just contacted a local firm to do a re-cabling to cat 6 for my company. But after the execrise. i decided to do a ping to see the time it take to ping. 1st i use a Cat6 and ping one of my server.  Below is the reply. Reply from 192.168.x.x: bytes = 32 time = 57 TTL128 Reply from...

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  • Using switches to extend my network

    Can I use switches to extend my network? What is the limit of how far I can physically extend it? We are using Cat6 and gigabit.

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  • Catalyst 3750E and DHCP Snooping

    We are using 3750E's and 4500R model switches on our perimeter with DHCP snooping enabled.  We have a central DHCP server and all of the switches write their databases off to a central TFTP server. example:  ip dhcp snooping database tftp://<path> This was working fine until the day we...

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  • What is carrier grade NAT?

    What is carrier grade NAT and what is it used for?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,080 pointsBadges:
  • Free IT Book: Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures

    Designing Cisco Network Service Architecutres (ARCH), Second Edition, is Cisco authorized as a self-paced learning tool for CCDP foundating learning. Includes the latest in network infrastructure, intelligent network services, and converged network solutions. For those preparing for CCDP...

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  • Running gigabit over cat5e?

    What happens if we run gigabit over cat5e? Will we get a connection? Is it reliable? What would be my max possible speed?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • Electromagnetic Interference on CAT5E

    What is the highest level of EMF that a CAT5E can handle before you see start seeing problems with packet

    Data17045 pointsBadges:
  • Ethernet Cable Run Max Length

    What is the maximum cable length we can run from the switch to the desktop? What about from the patch panel to the switch to the desktop? Using cat 6? Is it different with cat 5 or 5e?

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • What cable needs to be run for Ethernet?

    We want to run gigabit Ethernet. Should we use cat5e or cat6? What is the difference between the two? Should we pick one over the other?

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  • Why do you need a CCNA Network Simulator?

    Could you really use a CCNA 640-802 Network Simulator right about now? Let us know why, and you may just find one in your mailbox come next week! Tell us why and how you plan to use this great resource, and we may just send it to you. Leave your response in the discussion area of this post or email...

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  • Minimum distance required between CAT5e terminations

    Can you tell me if there is a minimum distance required between CAT5e terminations? I am told that the standards require at least 15m (50ft) between terminations, such as between a main cross-connect panel and a consolidation point patch block. Also, that if the actual distance is less, enough...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 transition with lowest hardware cost

    Hi, We are looking for the lowest hardware cost setup to upgrade our exchange 2003 cluster to exchange 2007. I would like to know which clustering or HA scenarios to implement, i.e SCC or CCR. We have a budget of 3 server nodes; two for Mailbox with DiskArray and one for Hub/CAS roles but seems the...

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  • web based training

    what is WBT? what factors should be considered while designing/programming a WBT.?

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  • Exchange CCR Defragmentation

    Hello, We currently have CCR implemented in our environment and were also using SCOM. We recently received the following SCOM alert for our CCR setup. Error: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Alert: Logical Disk Fragmentation Level is high Source: M:   Alert description: The disk M: (M:) on...

    Eddonnelly35 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between SOA and CBSE

    Hi I'm researching about service identification and specification in SOA What is the difference between SOA and CBSE?What's difference between service and component?I know component contains some services but for identification of them the path is the same. I don't know ,can I say my research is...

    Moh22esf5 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange 2007 Maintenance – Period Reboot for Exchange 2007 servers?

    Hi All,Kindly advice if we need a period / regular reboot scheduled for our Exchange 2007 Cluster Mailbox servers running CCR Thanks!

    ITKE347,565 pointsBadges:

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