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Cisco Live Topics

Blog  Hi all, as I have mentioned recently the Cisco Live conference registration is now available. Well, I have had some time to look through the course list. I have my wish list of what I want to see on the topic list and hear during the sessions and keynote speech. Some of the key ones are: -Cisco Ja...

Last updated: Apr 30, 2012   8:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: TechStop
Aruba Networks joins lifetime warranty club

Blog  Aruba Networks announced this morning that it will now offer lifetime warranties on all its indoor wireless LAN access points. This will provide some nice investment protection to customers. It's pretty clear to me that the lifetime warranty approach that HP ProCurve has adopted is going to rub off ...

Last updated: May 20, 2009   5:20 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
computer not pinging in LAN

Answer  Hello, i have a desktop which is using win 7 ultimate 64 bit and a laptop which is using win 7 home 64 bit. both are connected through a D-link wireless router. desktop is connected via LAN cable and laptop is connected via wifi. the problem is i cant ping from lap to desktop or vice versa messa...

Last updated: May 28, 2010   6:46 AM GMT   |    D-Link, LAN, Windows 7 64-bit
Private LAN Server on

Answer  Since our college blocks access to p2p file sharing services (torrents, limewire, etc) the people on my floor in the dorms want to set up a server so we can share all of our media with each other. We came up with the idea of getting a server and just loading all of our music/video/etc files on t...

Last updated: Oct 8, 2010   8:26 PM GMT   |    LAN, Network Server, P2P
Need a stable wireless router - what one to get

Answer  I currently have a D-Link WBR-2310 serving as the outside router for my network, and it likes to reboot irregularly. Sometimes it reboots a couple times a day, causing disruptions for our users who complain mightily. I've updated firmware to the latest (v1.05) and it continues to reboot unexpected...

Last updated: Jun 5, 2008   8:40 PM GMT   |    D-Link, Firewalls, Routers
Motorola brand to disappear? I don't think so

Blog  On the blog 24/7 Wall Street, Jon Ogg boldly predicted this week that Motorola is one of 10 brands that will disappear in 2010. It's time to break up the company and "scuttle a brand with a bad reputation," he wrote. A bad reputation among whom? Enterprises? I don't think so. Brocade and Extreme N...

Last updated: Dec 3, 2009   5:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
BYOA, the new BYOD

Blog  Everyone has heard of bringing your own device to the workplace, or the BYOD trend. While many networking products have been ramped up over the past several year to accommodate more devices entering the enterprise network, the next-generation trend has entered the arena and attention must be paid. ...

Last updated: Dec 7, 2012   9:52 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
LAN connectivity problem with Compaq notebook

Answer  I have a Compaq EVO n1020v notebook. This works fine in our office LAN and sometimes it does not at all. Office LAN is a workgroup with ICS enabled in win 2K server. If I check the IP of the notebook it shows the IP of the LAN but never connects to the internet, can't access LAN computers/printers/s...

Last updated: Dec 6, 2005   1:35 AM GMT   |    Business/IT alignment, Cabling, CRM
Cisco WLC with PEAP authentication on a MS Radius server

Blog  Just set up 802.1x authentication on a Cisco Wireless LAN controller WLAN for the first time. My objective is to get Active Directory authentication working for my WLAN, accessible by both corporate laptops as well as blackberry and iphones. I set up my WLAN with 802.1x auth pointing to a radius se...

Last updated: Jun 30, 2011   7:49 PM GMT  |  Blog: The ranting of an IT Professional
Overheard: Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM) QoS

Blog   To really solve these VoIP problem, Wi-Fi systems must be able to constantly choose transmission paths between the AP and voice device that deliver the strongest signal, fewest delays and lowest packet error rates, while simultaneously attenuating any interference or noise. David Callisch, Mind...

Last updated: Oct 14, 2008   7:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from
Free networking books! Just ask a question.

Blog  Our friends over atSearchNetworking had an abundance of networking books, so now you can benefit! We have free copies of Deploying and Troubleshooting Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers by Cisco Press and Network Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guide from Fluke Networks, and we're giving away free cop...

Last updated: Dec 8, 2009   4:58 PM GMT  |  Blog: ITKE Community Blog
Meraki: from cloud-based WLAN to cloud-based networking

Blog  When start-up Meraki first hit the scene a few years ago, it was known as the cloud-based wireless LAN vendor, yet another player in a very crowded market. Today it's repositioning itself as a cloud-based networking vendor, with an expanded portfolio aimed at competing directly with Cisco Systems. ...

Last updated: Jan 26, 2012   6:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Belden-Trapeze deal complete

Blog  Belden Cable announced this week that its $133 million acquisition of one of the largest privately owned Wireless LAN (WLAN) providers Trapeze Networks is complete. Published statements from Belden still dont make clear how, or even if, Trapezes 200 partners will be worked into Beldens muc...

Last updated: Jul 17, 2008   6:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Guide to Enterprise Mobile Communications and Productivity

Blog  This month, IT Knowledge Exchange is taking a special look at mobile communications and productivity in the business world. We'll take a look at questions like whether it's finally time we can cut the cord for office workers, who you should throw your lot in with during the mobility wars, and any ot...

Last updated: Mar 8, 2010   3:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Problem with file share over LAN, getting No Route To Host

Answer  Hi I have a small LAN set up at home, using a ZyXEL P660HW to connect my XP (SP2) home PC and my partners Asus EEE PC (running the standard Linux Xandros OS, petty much untouched) to each other and the Internet. I've shared a folder and the printer on my PC, and a folder on the Asus. Both allow a...

Last updated: Sep 15, 2008   12:44 AM GMT   |    file sharing, LAN, Linux
Toggle Remote Connections Restores RDP

Blog  I found myself embroiled in a discussion on recently, wherein I dug into 802.11n sufficiently to confirm my recollection that newer implementations are dual band. Thatis, they can communicate wirelessly at either 2.4 or 5 GHz, depending on configuration. After this discussion, I chec...

Last updated: Sep 19, 2016   2:06 PM GMT  |  Blog: Windows Enterprise Desktop
Doctors and Medical Staff go wireless thanks to Cisco

Blog  We have come a long way from the age of Doctors coming to our homes in horse-drawn carriages. I recently read about Cisco's healthcare solutions and was interested in how advanced their offering was. If you think about all the technology that goes into a hospital or doctor's office, there is a ton o...

Last updated: Aug 20, 2008   5:06 AM GMT  |  Blog: David’s Cisco Networking Blog
The Future is Mobile but will it be Secure?

Blog  The past week has seen three developments likely to fuel future growth in the use of mobile devices. The first is Apples UK i-Phone launch, which might not be the most advanced device in terms of functionality but certainly represents a step forward in usability. The second is Googles announce...

Last updated: Nov 10, 2007   12:20 AM GMT  |  Blog: David Laceys IT Security Blog   |      Security Solutions, Technology, vulnerability management
Must-Reads for Networking Professionals

Blog  An IT professional's work is never done, especially when that work is learning his craft. That's why each month we try to bring you the latest and greatest resources being used by actual IT professionals in the field today. This month's theme is networking, and so we bring you some IT book titles fo...

Last updated: May 10, 2011   12:39 AM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog
Evolution of wireless: Marching toward interoperability and simplicity

Blog  Arguments have been made that the first compass, created nearly 200 years ago, marks the birth of wireless technology; others say it could have been invented as far back as 206 BC. However, I would argue the real explosion happened in more recent history with Wi-Fi, cellular and short-range wireless...

Last updated: Jan 8, 2018   6:19 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Bluetooth, Internet of Things, iot
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