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Convert PSTN to SIP to use cell phone as cordless phone

Answer  Dear all, Im all new to VoIP and telephony in general and don't know the correct terminology...probably someone else already posted my questions in another thread but I managed to confuse the search engine with my query terms. Anyways. Basically I have a PSTN telephone line on which an ADSL mode...

Last updated: Mar 10, 2009   9:56 PM GMT   |    Cell phones, PSTN, SIP
Wi-Fi madness 2

Blog  In spite of the views expressed in yesterday's Panorama on the risks, Wi-Fi UK is well on course. At the Gartner ITxpo conference in Barcelona today, it looks like enterprise mobility is going to be one of the hottest topics for the IT director in 2008, particularly as a recent Cisco survey shows th...

Last updated: May 22, 2007   2:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: Cliff Saran’s Enterprise blog   |      3G, Bandwidth, Enterprise mobility
Computer networking trends 2009 from senior Burton Group analyst at Catalyst conference

Blog  The needs of the network are changing in 2009 as enterprises centralize their data centers, rely on fluid storage sources and depend more and more on wireless LANs instead of wired Ethernet. At this year's Catalyst show in San Diego, I spoke with senior Burton Group analyst David Passmore, to grasp ...

Last updated: Jul 28, 2009   2:44 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Juniper's causing a stir in crowded switching field

Blog  Before even having time to digest, let alone write about, yesterdays Juniper announcement that the company was entering the switching market, we received two responses to it from two competitors. It sounds like switch manufacturers feel crowded enough with Ciscos dominance and arent happy a...

Last updated: Jan 30, 2008   5:26 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Wake on LAN / Magic Packet broadcast doesnt work through PPTP

Answer  Hi, I have a network, where I want to use WOL from a remote PC. It works when I send a packet from inside the network (or on the server). If I connect via PPTP from a remote Windows XP PC, I can't wake up the PC on the LAN. I suspect the broadcast packet doesn't reach the LAN. The PPTP connection ha...

Last updated: Oct 12, 2004   2:10 PM GMT   |    Active Directory, Administration, DHCP
Accessing MS Exchange Server on DMZ zone of Cisco Pix 515E as local server

Answer  Hi, We currently have a MS Small Business Server 2000 (of which Exchange Server is a part) configured on the LAN behind a firewall and use POP3 Connector of MS Exchange to retrieve external mails. Our users connect to the MS Exchange Server within the LAN without requiring to connect to the Interne...

Last updated: Jul 15, 2005   3:48 AM GMT   |    Firewalls, Forensics, Incident response
HP ProCurve acquires its way into WLAN

Blog  HP ProCurve announced Monday it will buy wireless local area network (WLAN) company Colubris Networks. The terms of the deal have not yet been disclosed. Colubris is the latest in a string of WLAN players to be snapped up by major networking companies in a race to diversify offerings and offer end-...

Last updated: Aug 12, 2008   4:17 AM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
iPad Competition? Gigabyte might have the answer.

Blog  Hey everyone! I was just browsing around the net earlier and came upon this news story... could this be Microsoft's answer to the iPad, a Netvertible?Gigabyte will soon release the Gigabyte T1000,while it might not net as smooth an interface as the iPad,i think upgradingto 2GB+ of ram, would m...

Last updated: Feb 27, 2010   4:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy
The Great ITKnowledgeExchange Book Giveaway

Blog  The ITKnowledgeExchange team, along with the rest of TechTarget, is moving offices at the end of the month, and that means extra book giveaways for our members! See something you like below? Simply answer 5 questions and let me know and I'll ship you out a copy. Don't know much? Fine: If you agree t...

Last updated: Feb 16, 2010   4:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: ITKE Community Blog
How to establish an offline network between mobile devices

Answer  My firm is required to perform inventories of equipment of healthcare clients at the outset of projects. We are seeking a solution to issues we face in the field. Our current software application allows for individual users to capture equipment data and upload it to a database. There are currently t...

Last updated: Jun 18, 2018   5:43 PM GMT   |    Data networking, Healthcare, Networking
Clean Up Old Wireless Profiles in Windows 10

Blog  I have five mobile PCs at my disposal. At various times, I've taken all of them on the road with me. Earlier this week, I took at look at the various wireless profiles defined on each of those machines. I found no less than 18 entries on any given machine. My trusty Lenovo T520 -- the machine I take...

Last updated: May 12, 2017   2:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Do You Need a Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer?

Blog  Networking professionals often have specialized test equipment used to diagnose both electrical connections (known as the physical or PHY layer) as well as network protocols. Us mere mortals shouldn't have to be too concerned about all of this; while misconfigurations and bugs are facts of life, the...

Last updated: Feb 18, 2010   3:04 PM GMT  |  Blog: SMB: Small Mobile Business   |      interference, spectrum analyzer, Wi-Fi
Outlook client can't access MS-Exchange Server over IPSec

Answer  Hi There, I have a strange problem in a customer. He connects their laptops over IPSec into the corporate LAN and the firewall/VPN server assigns IP addresses from the IPSec Address Pool (different from LAN subnet). There are some Packet Filter rules on the firewall that allow traffic from this IPS...

Last updated: Sep 26, 2005   11:44 AM GMT   |    Application security, Database, Encryption
internet connection to SBS

Answer  I have a sbs 2003 with 10 local users and some more via vpn connection. Due to low internet speed I changed my ISP. I have not disconnected my previous ISP yet so right now I have 2 internet ready to be used. The old internet connection is working fine but when I connect the new internet connection ...

Last updated: Jan 11, 2010   10:06 PM GMT   |    Network connectivity, Network troubleshooting, SBS
Oracle isn't after Brocade, but what about Extreme?

Blog  Oracle CEO Larry Ellison dismissed the Wall Street Journal's speculation that his company (among others) was interested in buying Brocade while speaking at the comapny's annual shareholders meeting yesterday, according to MarketWatch's John Letzing, IBM, HP and Juniper remain potential suitors accor...

Last updated: Oct 8, 2009   6:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
LAN vulnerability behind a Router - with firewall - connected to the Internet (Through an Open Port!)

Answer  Hi, I would just like some reassurance: I have a Router on my LAN that connects all host PCs to each other and the Internet. Question: a) How exposed is my LAN behind the Router that has a port open for Internet access (and in future anther for remote desktop terminal connection) would a port sca...

Last updated: May 9, 2006   7:30 AM GMT   |    Access control, Browsers, Cabling
LAN vulnerability behind a Router - with firewall - connected to the Ineternet (Through an Open Port!)

Answer  Hi, I would just like some reassurance: I have a Router on my LAN that connects all host PCs to each other and the internet. Qu: How exposed is my LAN behaind the Router that has a port open for internet access (and in future anther for remote desktop terminal connection) would a port scanner see...

Last updated: May 9, 2006   7:28 AM GMT   |    Access control, Browsers, Cabling
Network infrastructure: Good practices

Blog  Networks are the sensory nerves of the IT set up of an organization and extremely critical for the functioning of information systems. They connect the users to the information database and carry data and information to the users and let him operate on data and applications. Should the network snap,...

Last updated: Sep 26, 2012   12:18 AM GMT  |  Blog: Information Technology Management with a Purpose
Sendig Mail to user@IP

Answer  We have two Mx Record (same ISP) pointing to the same mail server. The Mail Server is REDHAT Linux. I want to send a mail to user@ip address (first or second Mx Record). This is basically to test if first Mx record fails, will the second record be used. I would be sending this mail from the LAN to a...

Last updated: Jun 9, 2005   11:29 PM GMT   |    Biometrics, DHCP, Digital certificates
VNC over Broadband/internet

Answer  Hi all, My IP skills are somewhat rusty - could someone please help me with some high-level steps to remote control using VNC over the internet... scenario: Customer down the road is always requiring assistance - usually I need to jump in the car & go there to sort out the latest dilemma. I'd like...

Last updated: Feb 22, 2006   11:04 AM GMT   |    Desktop management applications, DHCP, DNS
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