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How do I become an ICT professional?

Answer  How do I become an information and communications technologies (ICT) professional?

Last updated: Feb 15, 2008   11:44 PM GMT   |    Career Development, Information and communication technologies industry, Networking
Deploying real-time video and voice? Get your network ready, first

Discussion  Before deploying real-time communications, enterprises must ready their networks by planning and testing bandwidth-intensive applications.

Last updated: Apr 9, 2014   6:40 PM GMT   |    Bandwidth, Networking, Real-time communications
Different modulation schemes

Answer  Is it possible to communicate using different kinds of modems over a communication link, such as two modems that uses different modulation schemes or an asynchronous modem on one side and a synchronous modem on the other?

Last updated: Sep 25, 2005   10:01 PM GMT   |    Networking
communication

Answer  if we have three officces in three diffrent countries if we want to communicate between them and have a common database,ERP package Intranet emils large file transfer video conference remote IT diagnostic there is any software has all these feture

Last updated: Dec 2, 2004   1:27 AM GMT   |    Development, Networking
Allow computers with different routers to communicate with each other

Answer  How can I allow computers on two different Mikrotik routers having same gateway address but different IP class address to communicate with each other. I have two different Mikrotik router boards, RB800 and RB435. I want the devices on each routers to be able to ping each and communicate

Last updated: Aug 25, 2015   9:54 AM GMT   |    IP address, Mikrotik, Networking
If my network's configured incorrectly, how are my computers communicating?

Answer  I have a question regarding communication within a local network. Please correct me If I am wrong: If there are two computers in a local network, Computer (A) and Computer(B), and if (A) wants to communicate with (B) or vice versa, then the request first strikes the router's LAN interface, right? ...

Last updated: Jun 2, 2009   1:09 PM GMT   |    IP address, IP address conflicts, LAN
Is the CCNA, MCSE or RHCE a better networking certification to get jobs with high salary?

Answer  am an Engineering graduate in Electronics and Communication. I have planned to do a course on networking. Out of the CCNA, MCSE, or RHCE, which networking certification is the best one that would promise good jobs and salary?

Last updated: Nov 19, 2009   11:52 PM GMT   |    Careers in networking, CCNA, Cisco certification
Is it possible to communicate between IP of private and public network via remote desktop?

Answer  is it possible to communicate between a IP of private and public network via remote desktop.if yes how and if no what is possible solution for that.

Last updated: Aug 31, 2010   7:16 AM GMT   |    IP communications, Networking, Private networks
Convergence puts new spin on networking and its vendors

Discussion  The unification of voice, IM, presence, e-mail and Web conferencing applications promises easier enterprise communications, but network managers and vendors are scrambling to learn how to best position themselves for the future.

Last updated: Dec 11, 2013   0:34 AM GMT   |    Networking
communication between VLANs on 3com switches and cisco 6509

Answer  is't possible to create VLAN's and communicate between them in a network were the backbone switch is cisco 6509, and the edge switches are 3com (stack switch 4400)

Last updated: Aug 22, 2005   8:13 AM GMT   |    Networking, Switches
Tata bets on core Carrier Ethernet Provider Backbone Bridging

Discussion  Tata Communications is future proofing its global Ethernet network using Provider Backbone Bridging (PBB) in hopes of scaling up for point-to-multipoint Ethernet growth and better serving its wholesale customers.

Last updated: Nov 26, 2013   3:19 AM GMT   |    Ethernet, Networking
Encrypted network tunnel boosts bandwidth securely for U.S. Army

Discussion  Faced with little time and strict security needs, U.S. Army network engineers came up with an inventive way to use a network tunnel to improve communications amid the Ebola crisis.

Last updated: Feb 3, 2016   1:51 PM GMT   |    Bandwidth, Encryption, Networking
Next-gen networks: Why you need to get there

Discussion  This 10 minute podcast addresses what communications service providers need to deliver to create higher margins and differentiate themselves from their competitors or face selling commodity bits per second.

Last updated: May 10, 2016   7:15 PM GMT   |    Networking
Routing to VLAN

Answer  I have setup a VLAN on a CISCO 3750 to our remote site and can communicate with PCs on both sides great. The problem arises when I want to route the remote site into our network to have access to servers and internet. I built a router to "route" the VLAN into our network but I have trouble communi...

Last updated: Jul 12, 2006   5:04 PM GMT   |    Cisco, Ethernet, Networking
Check Connection established on a TCP port from a program?

Answer  Is there any way to get the status of a TCP port within a program? We need to monitor a specific port to ensure that a communications link is established, and then send a page to the analyst on call when the communications link goes down. I can view the information with NETSTAT 3 (WRKTCPSTS *CNN),...

Last updated: Sep 29, 2005   12:23 AM GMT   |    AS/400, Network monitoring, Networking
Printserver Solution

Answer  Hi There, I have 2 sites seperated over WAN and Firewalls which require to communicate vice-versa for printing. There are several printers located in each site so was wondering for a solution wherein 2 printservers at either location talk to each other through the firewall and do the needful for th...

Last updated: Jun 9, 2006   8:44 AM GMT   |    DataCenter, Desktops, Management
Is it worth doing CISCO CCNA for a telecom engineer?

Answer  I have done BEng (Hons) Electronics and Communication degree. Presently I am working as a trainee at satellite broadcast company. My interest is more towards communication path that electronics. I am thinking to start following CISCO CCNA routing and switching program to gain more knowledge on netwo...

Last updated: Jun 26, 2014   7:07 AM GMT   |    CCNA, Cisco, Networking
SOS! communicating to the network

Answer  I'm in a bad bind here. My VP of the company just got a new system, and for some strange reason when he is communicating to our file server, his communication just delays. For example, when attempting to browse into folders, it appears that he is getting a 2-5 second delay. When working off his l...

Last updated: Jan 7, 2005   9:29 AM GMT   |    Hardware, Help Desk, Networking
Start career in networking

Answer  Hi, I am btech in Electronics and Communication passed out in 2011. I worked in online marketing, totally a different field. I want to go back in field engineering. Somehow, I developed interest in Networking. I have little knowledge in it though I keep learning/reading now about networks, network d...

Last updated: Jul 18, 2015   4:17 PM GMT   |    IT careers, Networking
How can I learn more about Java and scripting languages?

Answer  I got my bachelor's degree in electronics and communication engineering and continued to get my master's in networking. When I started applying for internships, I found that most of the companies require Java, C, C++, Perl, HTML and Visual Basic, but I only have C and a little bit of C++ programming...

Last updated: Mar 12, 2008   7:59 PM GMT   |    C, C++, Career Development
IP Addressing

Answer  I have a network with a 255.255.255.128 Subnet mask inherited from a previous IT Manager. I am running short of IP Addresses and want to change the IP structure. If I leave the range of IP addresses alone but start changing the static IP addesses to a 255.255.255.0 subnet mask and then finally the D...

Last updated: Nov 16, 2004   5:39 AM GMT   |    DataCenter, Networking, Tech support
For a networking career, should I get CCSP or CCNP certifications?

Answer  I have my BE in electronics and communication, and I am also CCNA certified. Currently, I am working in a BPO as tech support for Symantec Antivirus. So I just want to know if this experience will count towards networking domain experience on my resume. I am also deciding whether or not I should g...

Last updated: Oct 10, 2008   5:14 PM GMT   |    Career Development, Careers in networking, CCNP
Enabling communication between different VLANs using switches

Answer  I have 3 switches A, B and C; connected to each other (may or may not be a trunk link). Switch A has a user at VLAN 10 and Switch C has a user at VLAN 10. Any communication between A & C has to pass through Switch B. So can Switch A user ping the user at Switch C, if yes how? if no why?

Last updated: May 4, 2009   7:28 PM GMT   |    Networking, Switches, Trunking
Change Telnet port in Linux (Debian)

Answer  Hello everybody. I'm not a Linux expert, and am looking for a way to securely communicate with a Linux machine via Telnet. To avoid sending user and pwd without encryption I'm going to open a ssh tunnel (with putty or plink) forwarding port 22 (ssh) on the linux machine to another port, in which th...

Last updated: Jul 17, 2006   11:13 AM GMT   |    Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response
FHSS and the industrial internet of things

Blog  The new digital landscape shaped by the industrial internet of things is vastly changing the way enterprises conduct business. As a result, most businesses need to meet modern connectivity demands in order to stay competitive in a rapidly evolving and data-driven marketplace. To help meet this new d...

Last updated: Apr 24, 2017   8:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things
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