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  • Guest sign-in log preservation

    A private club serving liquor must maintain a sign-in log for guests and other non-members. How long must these logs be maintained before they can be discarded?

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  • Ad-hoc network protocol

    What is the difference between AODV & DSR?

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  • How to configure Cisco 2811

    How configure cisco 2811 for my small network with two c class ip serieses; keeping the valid security; and configuring ADSL and ISDN module in cisco 2811; from scratch ... step by step

    RizGhauri5 pointsBadges:
  • Mac filtering via Windows 2008 RADIUS server

    Trying to Configure a RADIUS server 2008 r2 to house a set of Mac addresses that are allowed to connect to the network. I'm using Cisco aironet 1142N. I'm pretty new at this and will need some major help. Thanks to anyone who can help.

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  • What layer of the TCP/IP would ARP and RARP belong to

    ARP translates Layer 3 addresses to Layer 2 addresses, and knowing fully well that it is not an IP-only or Ethernet-only protocol. Can anyone help with this, it's getting a bit confusing.

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  • Setting up Android peer-to-peer ad-hoc network

    This may sound like an odd question but I'm trying to figure out if it's possible to set up Android in an ad-hoc, peer-to-peer Wi-Fi mode. Basically I'm trying to have one message broadcasted and then have all the peers in the network receive the broadcast (without having a server). Does anyone...

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  • AES encyption: More secure than SHA1?

    I know this is more of a curiosity but I wanted to get some expert opinions on this. I recently heard someone recommend stepping up from md5ing (not to SHA1) but to AES encrypting the password, which would use itself as the key. Does anyone have any recommendations on if that would be more or less...

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  • Why does encryption take longer than decryption?

    Why does it take longer for a system to process encryption than decryption? That seems to be the case from my experience using AES. I would think the act of decrypting files would take much longer.

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  • Bonded ADSL Routers Cisco 1921

    Hi, everyone, My ISP (Enta) have started to do Bonded ADSL. The hardware they recommend is a Cisco 1921 - I'd also need a couple of ADSL Modules - this brings the price to over £1000 - bit too much for a broadband router. However, I'm told that I can connect multiple Netgear DG834's as they have a...

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  • Error metrics on an ADSL modem

    I was wondering as to where exactly should I look if I wanted to search for the error metrics on my ADSL modem?? Could somebody also help me as to what the values mean?? What kind of error each value represents etc??? Really need some help here.. Thanks!

    Ariezthomas5 pointsBadges:
  • Beginner networking certifications: Tips for passing A+ and Network+ exams

    I studied IT two years ago. After I couldn't get an IT job I had to settle as a manager to a pizza shop. This job is satisfying, but I'm currently studying for an A+ certification. Do you think there's still hope for me? And do you have any tips for passing the A+ and N+ (Network+) exams?

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • Cisco 2811 configuration for managing HTTP and other traffic through two connections

    Hi all, I have one Cisco 2811 router with serial interface for leased line connection to internet and an adsl wic for Internet connection too. What I what is to do is let HTTP traffic goes through the adsl connexion and other traffic go through the leased line. Is it possible and how? Thanks

    AKN15 pointsBadges:
  • Application retirement and database archiving

    Hi! I have a constantly developing application and i want to archive its DB. The DB tables structures constantly change. My idea is to develop non changing core structures (tables) of production tables. It will be something like physical DataMart. For example if I have client information in...

    shorri5 pointsBadges:
  • Catalyst 3550 VLAN ADSL

    I need to configure 6 VLANs in my Cisco Catalyst 3550 switch with 6 VLANs and 1 connection to the internet trough an ADSL modem, but I need the 6 VLANs to get access to the Internet using the same modem.

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  • Protocol ARP //#

    Does anyone know what this is, and what programming language ? Protocol ARP = ARPDescriptionTable(OpCode, ARPSrcHardAddress, ARPSrcAddress, ARPDstHardAddress, ARPDestAddress,SourceIPv4Alias,DestinationIPv4Alias) { UINT16 HardwareType = HardwareTypeTable(this); UINT16 ProtocolType =...

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  • Does the D-Link DSL-504T 4 Port ADSL/Modem Router work with a d link modem

    Does the D-Link DSL-504T 4 Port ADSL/Modem Router work with a D-link modem?

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  • How fast does IPv6 run?

    Does the IPv6 protocol perform any faster than the IPv4 protocol? Would there be any need for a network running IPv6 to use an application acceleration or other network performance enhancing device? Does that answer change when an organization is running a dual-stack (both IPv4 and IPv6)...

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  • Is paying a training school worth the money to obtain certifications?

    Hi, I am currently considering enrolling in an IT training program that supplies all training and materials along with the testing for 7 certifications (A+, Security+, MCTS, MCP, MCSA, CCENT & CCNA) Everything is included in the tuition along with a new computer to do the training on. The cost is...

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  • Telephony presence icons missing

    Hello, I am in the process of testing Avaya AES Sametime integration for click to call functionality and working in my test environment. With IBM Sametime 8.0.2 client (both embedded and standalone), I can see the telephony presence icons next to Sametime presence icons and I can see their status...

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  • How to set QoS for users connected to ever-changing switch ports

    We have a large enterprise network based primarily on Alcatel-Lucent switches that support QoS, and we are implementing video-conferencing based on Polycom equipment. Setting QoS on switch ports for Polycom appliances is not much of a problem, but we are about to roll out video conferencing...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:

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