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Where do I start learning software installation?

Answer  I really want to learn how to do software installation, networking, database administration and hardware (for Microsoft Windows, MS Office, antivirus and antivirus).

Last updated: Mar 13, 2015   9:26 PM GMT   |    Database administration, IT career, Networking
Appropriate hardware and software tools to monitor network performance

Answer  What are the appropriate hardware and software tools to monitor trends and network performance, and what are the reasons for keeping these records?

Last updated: Jan 16, 2008   10:08 PM GMT   |    Network hardware, Network management software, Network monitoring
Guidance for starting my career in networking

Answer  I am Himanshu I have completed my commerce graduation from mumbai university in 2010. I am working as finance executive but technology always interests me, so i did hardware& networking at basic levelI am planning to change my field from finance to computer networker can any professional in netw...

Last updated: Dec 23, 2010   10:53 AM GMT   |    IT careers, Networking, Networking careers
Network Controller Driver missing, company not known

Answer  Hi, All of a sudden my working network controller's driver went missing. I have dual boot (XP, ME), and it is missing in both OS. Could it be a hardware problem ? Do I need to replace the network card ? I searched for the driver in WinXP installation disc, but didn't find it, though WinXP had earlie...

Last updated: Jun 22, 2006   5:26 AM GMT   |    Cabling, Hardware, Hubs
What is Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and How Will it Impact the Network Administrator?

Blog  What is SDN? Software-Defined Networking has become one of those industry buzzwords that quickly gets so over-used and distorted that it is hard to tell what it really means or if it really matters. In this blog post Ill try to go back to the basics of what is SDN and how it is likely to impac...

Last updated: Oct 12, 2012   7:50 PM GMT  |  Blog: Vendor Tech Talk   |      Network Management, Networking, Software-Defined Networking
Future prospects of networking and security courses

Answer  I have done 14 months networking/hardware+ security trainingcourse from IACM,delhi. I want to know what other advance courses are available related to this.

Last updated: Aug 23, 2009   12:42 AM GMT   |    Career Development, Networking certifications, Security certifications
Moving from Explicit Proxy to Transparent Proxy - part 2

Blog  If you have read the first part of this series, you would know that there is major upgrade plan move from explicit proxy to transparent. One of the major objective that during migration to the new network, there should be minimal downtime. But since we are going to utilize the same hardware, downtim...

Last updated: Dec 27, 2011   6:11 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Journey of a Network Engineer
The End of the Appliance As We Know It, And I Feel Fine

Blog  I am writing this little op-ed piece in lieu of a full-blown obituary. Why? the market speaketh, and it declared hardware-based appliances dead. Like dinosaur-dead, dead. Sure, some of the specialists may survive, just like the Crocodile and the Shark have managed to keep evolving and avoid the big-...

Last updated: Jun 20, 2007   3:29 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Bridging two networks together but being able to access both of them?

Answer  Hey Guys - What settings do I need to change to implement the network I'm talking about. I would like to: Use the hardware and exact setup below Be able to access both networks seamlessly * Linksys will have the wireless turned off and will act as a router * All clients will connect to the D-Li...

Last updated: Oct 17, 2007   8:53 AM GMT   |    Bridges
Networking career advice

Answer  I have done my graduation in bachelor of art. I also have my one year diploma in hardware and networking and then I have done MSCE in advance. Now I'm working in LAN network engineer for the last year. I want to add more certification in my education. What can I do for my career to go ahead?

Last updated: Dec 4, 2009   11:22 AM GMT   |    Career Development, Certifications, Networking careers
Create network for office building

Answer  I have to create a network work that will run 5 computers wired and 5 wireless. My office building has one administrator one Printer. I have to setup hardware and software network components that will be used. I have to give all the computers IP address. How can I go about this configuration? Each o...

Last updated: Nov 19, 2015   10:43 PM GMT   |    IP address, Networking
Is it right to do faculty job after CCNA?

Answer  I am CCNA certified and I want to earn some experience. Many companies prefer experienced CCNA candidates. So I am planning to join CCNA faculty job in any Computer Hardware and Networking institute to earn experience and then join any company for the post of network engineer. Can companies consid...

Last updated: Nov 23, 2010   2:38 PM GMT   |    CCNA, CCNA Certification, CCNA Security
sap career

Answer  I have Pre University education and one year diploma from APTECH. After Pre University enrolled for Engineering and had to discontinue because of acute finaincial issues at home. After which started working as Software Tutor. Then again pursued A+, N+ and MCSE certifications. Also I am now pursuing ...

Last updated: Feb 28, 2008   6:51 AM GMT   |    Certifications, SAP Basis, SAP careers
LanSweeper - free inventory of network devices and software

Blog  One of the best free network hardware and software inventory applications out there is LanSweeper. Recently, they have begun to offer a free edition. What does it do for you? Lansweeper is a powerful freeware solution (without any embedded ads) that performs a complete software, hardware, compute...

Last updated: May 30, 2009   9:41 AM GMT  |  Blog: David’s Cisco Networking Blog
LAN auditor

Answer  I am looking for a free software that will let me Audit/Inventory all my Hardware & Software on my domain network. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Last updated: Jun 12, 2009   2:44 PM GMT   |    Auditing, Hardware Management, Inventory management software
flip flops (bistable gates)

Blog  Flip-flops, also called bistable gates, are digital logic circuits that can be in one of two states. Flip-flops maintain their state indefinitely until an input pulse called a trigger is received. When a trigger is received, the flip-flop outputs change state according to defined rules and remain in...

Last updated: Dec 5, 2016   8:59 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com   |      flip flop, integrated circuit, Logic gates
Modern network architecture Blaming the user

Blog  I am getting very tired of Systems Administrators that blame their users. Once again I found myself between an IT Services vendor and their client. As a Seattle IT Consultant I am often called in to help an owner fix their network. Most IT Services Vendors are anxious when I walk in the door, ...

Last updated: Jun 17, 2012   2:28 AM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
What do you do with unsupported storage?

Blog  Hi folks! Now here is a problem that is plaguing few people with the introduction of vSphere 4. A few people who bought SAN iSCSI storage in the past with their old VMware 3.5 environments find that their hardware is no longer supported in vSphere 4 on the HCL. The hardware might still work, but it ...

Last updated: Feb 28, 2010   9:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: The musings of an IT Consultant
Control traditional network through the cloud

Answer  Does it mean that this solution will work with traditional networks? I mean could I control/alter the traditional network (in a similar way like in the SDN architecture) by cloud? Do you know is there any solution for that kind problem? And I don't talking only about software solution but also a har...

Last updated: Apr 22, 2017   8:11 AM GMT   |    Cloud Computing, Networking, SDN
HP to buy 3Com: Make it stop!

Blog  Dear lord. Hewlett-Packard says it's buying 3Com for $2.7 billion. The rationale is that 3Com's networking hardware would augment the HP ProCurve lineup. Really? Isn't there considerable overlap? HP must be really, really serious about beating Cisco. Marius Haas, senior VP of HP ProCurve Netwo...

Last updated: Nov 11, 2009   9:58 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
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