About Experts Sitemap - Group 25 - Page 8 2016-08-23

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network / XBOX online gaming lag, school hub, dsl modem
school hub, dsl modem, plaing: Hi Darrell, and thanks for your question. The first thing I would suggest trying is to eliminate the hub. Connect your Xbox directly to the DSL modem and see if you are having the same problem. That would eliminate the possibility that the hub is causing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home wireless networking, home wireless networking, broadband modem
home wireless networking, broadband modem, broadband router: You need to get a router that supports a mobile broadband connection. Such routers do exist. The only difference between them and a regular broadband router is that they have a slot or USB port for your mobile broadband modem. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IE error message, internet explorer could not open the search page, onboard software
internet explorer could not open the search page, onboard software, proxy setting: David, You need to check the settings of Internet options on your PC and set it right. Try unchecking everything and then checking only automatically detect proxy setting check box and let me know the result in each of the case in case you are not able...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Information required, 56k pci data fax modem, data fax modem
56k pci data fax modem, data fax modem, netgear wireless: Hello Trigan, Lets start with your first question - the notebook has N series wifi capabality, but your router does not have the same, atleast that s what I ve got from the info that the Virgin tech team have given you, that seems to be right as most ISP...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP qos in 2960/3560, bandwidth restriction, destination ip addresses
bandwidth restriction, destination ip addresses, qos policies: Hello, You can set QoS policies based on destination IP addresses, but if your server IP address is same for both websites, then you will need a device which can allow you to configure QoS based on higher layers of the OSI model. Other way might be,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN, mac table, unmanaged switch
mac table, unmanaged switch, default gateway: Hello, Even though it is a Layer 2 switch, it has a configuration option to set the default gateway, to which all the packets are sent in case of an unknown host destination packet is received. The switch keeps a MAC table in its memory which has mappings...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Switches Query, layer 3 switch, lan switches
layer 3 switch, lan switches, core switch: Hello, It s always best to have one brand of switches throughout the network. Although different switches are compatible, still you are bound to have some issues. Best option is to have a Layer 3 switch as the core switch and Layer 2 at the edges, if L3...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN'WAN Gateway, network address translation, denail of service
network address translation, denail of service, gateway device: Hi Michael, and thanks for your question. Your Gateway device probably acts like a router using NET (Network Address Translation). See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Network_address_translation Basically, NET lets you have one publicly visible IP...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linksys BEFSR41 Routing, virtual interface, distant network
virtual interface, distant network, rouer: Chris.. You can either terminate bot the networks to two different interfaces on the router or if the =y are connecting through a switch you can configure a sub-interface which essentially is a virtual interface created on the interface. rest configuration...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network keeps dissapearing, network setup wizard, dissapears
network setup wizard, dissapears, running network: at this point i d suggest you uninstall the driver and reinstall it again making sure that the new driver is the latest update possible. just go to to device manager again, right click on the interface, click on uninstall and then restart. upon entering...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: A question relating to RSS feeds/Readers, financial expert, exact moment
financial expert, exact moment, rss reader: hi james its fairly simple. just download this RSS reader first and install it: http://download.cnet.com/Klipfolio-Personal-Dashboard/3000-2164_4-10403133.html?tag=mncol Then go to yout twitter page, copy the RSS link and paste it in Klipfolio. Thats...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Schedule home wifii access, linksys router, wireless routers
linksys router, wireless routers, wan connection: Hello, The simple solution would be to just use the Linksys router and have it configured for time based access. The reason being 2 wireless routers will not be able to share the same Internet conenction as the WAN connection. Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share Printer among PCs, bed room apartment, wireless print server
bed room apartment, wireless print server, winvista: So you have a wireless router in the apartment? You can share the printer in one of a few ways: 1) Connect the Printer to one PC then share it as a network resource. Then have the other PCs add it as a networked printer. This requires that the PC be left...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share a printer, ipconfig command, winvista
ipconfig command, winvista, search box type: Hello Tom, Simple solution would be to type the IP Address of the myComp machine in the run box of the myAcer machine. You can get the IP address by going to the Command Prompt on the myComp machine and typing in ipconfig. Command Prompt can be started...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Timed network screening?, mac address, 3pm
mac address, 3pm, ip address: Hi Aaron, He probably applied a policy in the router. All you need to do is log in to your router and de-activate any plicies. Depending on your router ypu ll have to look around in the menu. He probably got your IP address from your computer or MAC address...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN, full mesh topology, toplogy
full mesh topology, toplogy, redundant design: Hello, A full mesh topology is the best solution for a fully redundant WAN. The logical toplogy in your diagram represents the same, but if that is implemented over a physical toplogy as in the diagram, then you will have point of failures and that won...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Connection - Office vs. home, dhcp address, wireless router
dhcp address, wireless router, type ipconfig: hi amanda as ben suggested this could be related to the way the machine is getting its IP address from the router. let s start by doing some tests. go on START RUN and type CMD and press ENTER a black window appears. type IPCONFIG /RELEASE and press...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless network, parental control software, solid software
parental control software, solid software, dns address: I would remove the network adapter then reboot the PC and reinstall the network adapter. If its not getting an IP from the router, then you need to find out why. Setting up File and Print sharing is easy. Sorry, my child is 25 now, so I m not up on parental...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router queries, 56k pci data fax modem, data fax modem
56k pci data fax modem, data fax modem, antivirus guard: hi trigan TR.Dropper.gen trojan. Do I need to have the Optional Dell 1505 WLAN PCIe card with 11n mini-card & external antenna on my this computer in order to use the wireless router and go online on my netbook ? A BIG YES :) Netbook - yes it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WLAN, personal mode, wireless router
personal mode, wireless router, mac addresses: hi pepi its normal that router lights blink, even when all computers are switched off. what you can do however is to enable logging on your router or increase security by setting up MAC filtering (only specified MAC addresses can connect to the router and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WLAN, personal mode, wireless router
personal mode, wireless router, wpa: If the WLAN indicator is flashing, that usually means activity between you and your provider. Your provider is regularly sending packets to make sure you are connected. Other activities might be polling your mailboxes. It does not mean someone is attempting...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless home network, wireless cable connection, wireless router
wireless cable connection, wireless router, network question: All the computers need to be in the same workgroup. You then need to turn on File and Print sharing. From there you need to set the resources you want to share as shared. Finally, for the printer you need to install the printer as a network printer on the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Accessing IP cam over internet, linksys wrt54gs router, dynamic ip address
linksys wrt54gs router, dynamic ip address, linksys wrt54gs: Hi again James, The problem is the dynamic IP. You cannot access your computer (or camera) with a Dynamic IP. You need either of two things: 1) Ask your ISP how much more for a fixed IP. Normally this can be $2 per month extra or extra as a yearly package....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Desktop repair issue with Ethernet drivers, interrogation mark, wireless capabilities
interrogation mark, wireless capabilities, desktop repair: Hi Katrina, A few things. First is that the replacement disk can normally be obtained from the manufacturer for a small fee. It should have all the drivers on it. Next is that if you don t have it, you should be able to download all the drivers from the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network Monitor/Control, maximum bandwidth, maximum traffic
maximum bandwidth, maximum traffic, dlinks: Hi Chris, Well, depending on what brand of router you have, you might not even need anything special. Most of the time, it s built right in. There should be a section under administration to activate the logs. There is also normaly a software such as a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network Monitor/Control, router settings, maximum bandwidth
router settings, maximum bandwidth, gateway router: hi chris traffic shaping is what you need. check inside the router settings. sometimes its a built in capability of the router itself. it doesnt make sense to restrict on each pc, but rather on the gateway = router hope i was of help - thanks for leaving...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network Monitor/Control, maximum bandwidth, snmp applications
maximum bandwidth, snmp applications, maximum traffic: Hi Chris, It depends on what type of equipment you are using. Most high-end vendors include functions like this in their equipment, but this is usually enterprise class equipment. If you are looking to monitor on each machine, depending on the OS, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home network problems, acquiring network address, modem router
acquiring network address, modem router, virus attack: Setting a manual IP won t solve the problem. Something in your settings is not allowing the connection to your router. I would remove your network adapters from the LAN connection area, reboot and let Windows redetect. See if that helps. Hope this helps...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet, windows internet connection sharing, internet connection sharing
windows internet connection sharing, internet connection sharing, switch ports: Hello MD shafee There are two ways. The easiest would be to acquire a router that connect to your internet connection, that also has available switch ports on the back. This allows you to connect multiple computers to one device to share the internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: getting IP address for PC on LAN, private ip addresses, using a router
private ip addresses, using a router, dsl modem: That depends on your router. Generally only one PC can be in the DMZ. And you don t need to assign it an IP. When you place that machine in the DMZ it automatically gives it the IP of the modem. That IP is assigned when you connect to your carrier. Hope...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, single connection, private ip
single connection, private ip, good solution: Hello Saif, What type of router are you using to connect to the internet? What type of internet connection do you have? If none, you can pick up a small router that connects to you internet connection. It will use a single connection to the switch, and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: isdn splitting, isdn interface, demarcation point
isdn interface, demarcation point, isdn line: Hi Terry, The ISDN line should come off the demarcation point (110 blocks) as a single pair of data wires. See: http://www.connectworld.net/isdn.html You generally need just pins 4&5. See also: http://www.nullmodem.com/RJ-45.htm This connects...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN, belkin wireless router, athome
belkin wireless router, athome, repeater: hi mike you can try replacing the antennas of the router...are they modular? can you detach them? you can also use a repeater. Refer to this link: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/setup/wirelesstips.aspx hope i was of help - thanks for leaving a comment...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: NAS, cheap solution, storage space
cheap solution, storage space, access control: Hi Paul, A safe, secure, cheap solution would be to VPN into your network and connect to the machine using windows access control, configured by creating account on the NAS to which they authenticate. Make sure the directories are configured to only allow...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Net Connection sharing through LAN, wireless hotspot, modem router
wireless hotspot, modem router, local area network: Hello Azeem, On windows 7 i was a bit unsure, so i had to look it up. I found this great linke that explains how to do it wirelessly. http://lifehacker.com/5369381/turn-your-windows-7-pc-into-a-wireless-hotspot Here is another is case you are looking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking another router to an existing wifi., network ports, network switch
network ports, network switch, wifi: Hi Matt, It sounds like you need some more hard-wired network ports to connect more computers. If that is the case, you don t need another router. What you need is a device called a network switch (sometimes called a hub). A switch can have from 4 ports...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: OSI, network operating systems, ip ipx
network operating systems, ip ipx, osi model: OSI layer is the standard that is a means of providing guidelines regarding the way network equipment should be manufactured and how network operating systems communicate on a network, the OSI model is the common link that allows data to be transmitted and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ping response, ping response, etherchannel
ping response, etherchannel, eigrp: Joseph.. If its a test bed and no production process is running, I would suggest to to debug icmp packates and do a ping. You fill find out the past packets are following and will have the answer yourself. Another test you can do is to do a tracert or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ping response, mac table, etherchannel
mac table, etherchannel, ping response: Hi Joseph, the diagram helps. Here is the flow of the ping to the access: Ping from PC vlan x - access layer2 vlan x - dist layer 3 - route to access layer2 vlan y - access responds back layer 2 vlan y - dist layer 3 routes back on vlan x - access...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop Connection : two ports, remote desktop connection, internal ip address
remote desktop connection, internal ip address, linksys router: You are on the right track, and this would work, however, the port is determined by the application. remote desktop listens on port 3389, so it can only be forwarded to one PC. If there is a way to tell the application on the other machine to listen on port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN etherchannel, etherchannel, link failure
etherchannel, link failure, ethernet link: I have configured and tested many etherchannels. Part of the test is to unplug one of the cables and see what happens. Every time, the failover worked fine. The most notable problem, is when the second link comes back up, the sides dont always negotiate...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless trouble pt 2, wireless access point, dsl box
wireless access point, dsl box, san francisco location: Hi Anna, When you open Netstumbler, go to the device tab and select the top card in the list by clicking on the card from the drop down menu. Make sure it has the check mark next to it. You need to select the device that s installed in your laptop. If you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 65 of 300 mbps!!, LAN Speed, WAN Speed
LAN Speed, WAN Speed, NIC: Hello Ian, Thanks for your question. The theoretical speed you are getting is a virtual one - not an Internet speed you are getting from your Internet Provider. Even if you are using a Gigabit card on your new laptop, it is does not mean you are going to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Where to connect the wireless device, lan ports, cable modem
lan ports, cable modem, share your internet connection: Hi Rod, and thanks for your question. What you need is a device called a router, and one that has wireless LAN capability. These are a very common item, and the can be purchased anywhere computer hardware is sold. The router has a WAN port that connects...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet, full duplex, 10base5
full duplex, 10base5, csma cd: Hi again, In most modern ethernet networks, you have devices like printers and computers connected to switches. In that case, there is no collision detection necessary - the switch does the work of figuring out where to send packets. If you have a true...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LACP, failure detection, etherchannel
failure detection, etherchannel, passive mode: Joseph... SOrry for a delayed reply. Its festival season here in India and so got busy with some celebrations and missed your question. WHen a port is Active it can form an EtherChannel with another port that is in the active or passive mode. When...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LACP, failure detection, two choices
failure detection, two choices, layer 3: I believe in another topic you mentioned you are using EIGRP. You can use EIGRP with load balancing between the sites, which will not require ISP intervention. Best practice is to make the remote site its own network, sharing routing information to your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about mac, shell type, command shell
shell type, command shell, type ipconfig: Hi there, In Windows it s fairly easy. Simply open a command shell by going to Start -- RUN and type cmd. This will open a command shell. From the shell type ipconfig /all. The /all switch will give you more than just the IP address, it will give you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network, Bittorrent blocking, Layer 7
Bittorrent blocking, Layer 7, Wireless Network: Hello Chandra, This may be a case for Layer 7 (HTTP) filtering. A little understanding of the problem may be in order. Bittorrent typically occupy dynamic ports 6881 to 6889, and alternately port 80 if the 6881 - 6889 blocked. You may need such a product...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PFR, isp connections, ios version
isp connections, ios version, link utilization: Mustafa.. IOS version should be supporting PfR feature. Other way to check if you can get pfr master or border option. there are four major phases in which you deploy PfR. In first phase you learn the traffic pattern or do traffic profiling using NetFlow....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, high speed cable, high speed cable internet
high speed cable, high speed cable internet, linksys router: my preference is to use the Linksys WRT54G Series. I have 2 of them and never had a problem. Looking at your issue though, i am not sure it is a failing router. There could be a number of things going on... Most common is provider complications. If your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing vs forwarding, source destination, thanks in advance
source destination, thanks in advance, long time: hi rod i would reason in this manner: routing: to send a packet from a source destination across different devices to a specific destination forwarding: the same as routing but port specific ex: VPN traffic only hope i was of help - thanks for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing vs forwarding, thanks in advance, long time
thanks in advance, long time, interface: Hi Rod, As soon as a packet arrives at an interface, the device has to decide the next hop so that eventually it reaches to the destination as given in the packet. This next hop decision and sending the packet to the next hop is called forwarding. Process...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router distance, wireless router, antenae
wireless router, antenae, range extender: Hi Jeanne, You can actualy use the router right in his house and get a range extender (aka as a repeater). A range extender is just a bigger antenae that will let you go a little further. Now a typical wireless G router has about 150 indoors and 300...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Which dial-up modem do you suggest?, Dialup Hardware Modems, V.92
Dialup Hardware Modems, V.92, 56K: Hi Green, Sorry for the long delay I have been away. Dialup modems are phasing out, however you can obtain them online. I liked the US Robotics modem that support cross platform OS and has very good track record. Take a look at this model Courierô 56K*...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: lan, lan cables, internet modem
lan cables, internet modem, elase: Sadique... You need to go for some shopping and buy LAN cables (which are ethernet straight cables) a switch and EThernet Network cards for all of your PCs. Connect teh cards to your PCs if they are not built into the motherboad through cables and each of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: local area network, slow searches, local area network
slow searches, local area network, question the answer: Hi Nancy, and thank you for your question. The answer is no, having a file open will not slow down a server. What s most likely going on is that the server needs some maintenance. Maybe it has a lot of old files on it that can be deleted, and the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: proxy IP, nat network address translation, network address translation
nat network address translation, network address translation, proxy ip: Hi Bruce, and thanks for your question. Yes, it s possible for two people to post from the same IP address. However, this will only happen if both users are on the local network. This is because each IP address on the internet is unique, a single...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Side-by-Side 802.11n Networks, configuration interface, wireless router
configuration interface, wireless router, connection software: Hi DJ, and thanks for your question. I don t think you can do network prioritization with consumer-grade hardware like the AirPorts. However, you can probably accomplish what you need on the client side. You should be able to configure your devices that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How does subnet mask works?, broadcast address, logical consequence
broadcast address, logical consequence, logical operation: Manuel, A mask is used to determine what subnet an IP address belongs to. An IP address has two components, the network address and the host address. For example, consider the IP address 192.168.017.009. Assuming this is part of a Class B network, the first...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: basic netowrk internet sharing, dumb question, server application
dumb question, server application, proxy server: Shannon, YOu need to have an proxy server installed on the machines with internet access and defines its LAN ip as defalt gateway on rest of the PCs. You can download a small proxy server application from the internet. Hope this helps and sorry for the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Components needed for a T1 line to conncect to a LAN, extreme foundry, lan project
extreme foundry, lan project, search the web: Hello, The main device required to conenct a T1 line to your LAN is router which has a T1/E1 card. This needs to be configured as per the telephone provider settings. Then the router can connect to your LAN using an Ethernet connection. You can do some...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting LANs, broadband modem router, network bridges
broadband modem router, network bridges, vpn connection: Hi again Stuart. OpenVPN is, in fact, an Open Source VPN solution that may fill your needs. They list Site-to-Site VPN capability. I have not used it personally, but looking at the site, it looks pretty good. (I may have to go play with it myself!)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: D-Link Modem, avast home, dns addresses
avast home, dns addresses, secondary addresses: Hi Linda, and thank you for your question. The primary and secondary addresses are for DNS, or Domain Name Service , which is the way that networked devices convert names (like www.google.br ) into IP addresses (67.215.65.132). For more about DNS,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Dell computer previously used with dial-up ISP, dell inspiron 1100, wireless usb adapters
dell inspiron 1100, wireless usb adapters, usb network adapter: Hi Jax, and thanks for your question. Many computers from that era and before did not come with a built-in network adapter. Some did not even come with USB ports! If you have USB ports on that computer, you are in luck. Just go buy a USB network adapter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Desktops and laptops with internal networking capability, networking capability, internal networking
networking capability, internal networking, desktops: I m not sure what you mean. EVERY computer manufactured in the last 5 years has a built in Ethernet card. Every laptop manufactured in the last 3 years has a built in WiFi adapter along with the wired Ethernet port. Some new desktops have WiFi built in. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DHCP and networking problems, norton anti virus, dhcp server
norton anti virus, dhcp server, lan firewall: Hello, The Xbox device is unable to get an IP address from a DHCP server in your network. This is because you have connected the Xbox to your PC, and the DHCP server in your network is the BT homehub router. Connect the Xbox directly to the LAN port of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Giving a name to my web page hosted in LAN, server ip address, public ip
server ip address, public ip, domain provider: Hello, You will need to buy a domain name, then have a NAT setup binding your internal server IP address to a public IP, this might be your Internet conenction WAN IP. The have the domain provider, who hold the DNS for your domain, to point your domain...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Hello sir, ntfs 6, sequence 4
ntfs 6, sequence 4, boot sequence: hi austine its simple actually. follow these steps: 1. insert windows cd into the drive of the laptop 2. power on the laptop 3. make sure to boot from the CD. check BIOS settings to change boot sequence. 4. windows setup will commence 5....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Networking Solutions, Xbox, Belkin Router
Xbox, Belkin Router, Motorola Modem: Hi Chris, Thanks for the question. First, let me state that I never play with Xbox. Having said that, I think you can try to connect directly to the Motorola modem and verify that you get online with no problems. Next I suggest you check for the latest...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ITT tech, course certificates, itt tech
course certificates, itt tech, written communications: Hi Gene, and thanks for your question. Honestly, not really. What employers are looking for from people without experience is certifications. With a certificate, an employer has a good idea of your level of proficiency in that particular area. Of course,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet access without landline, cable tv provider, mobile broadband
cable tv provider, mobile broadband, broadband cable: You have a few options. One would be to use mobile broadband. As you already have a carrier, it might be cheaper to add mobile broadband service. Mobile broadband uses the cellular network to connect to the internet. Its not as fast as regular broadband (Cable/DSL)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linksys router problem, Linksys BEFSR41 Router, Setup Router
Linksys BEFSR41 Router, Setup Router, PC Setup: Hi Matt, Thanks for the question. First order of business; you don t need a disk for the router to work. What you do need is instruction for the router and the PCs configuration. Please visit Linksys setup page and select your Model and Version for the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: live streamilg, zeros and ones, streaming works
zeros and ones, streaming works, ip protocols: I m not the best person to give you a detailed answer for this, but I can give you a general one. Everything today is digital so all data is pretty much sent the same way, using TCP/IP protocols. Zeros and Ones are sent in data packets wrapped by identifiers...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking, edge switches, port density
edge switches, port density, core switch: Hello, You will need 7 x 48-port edge switches and a core switch which will connect to all edge switches. The switches can be located based on the port density on each floor. The IP addressing will have to be decided as per your information. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking TV, Cat 5e Cable, Router
Cat 5e Cable, Router, Modem: Hi Debbie, Thanks for your question. I gather from the question that you have one of the new TV that allow you to stream Internet into your set and watch YouTube videos, and the likes on the LCD. I assume you have a router that s connecting to a modem....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network, Router, Network Layer
Router, Network Layer, LAN: Hi Piter, Router is the traffic cop of the Network its job is to routing packets between networks. It s a hardware device that works on the layer 3 of the OSI Model - Network Layer that is the layer of the IP protocol works. Most of today s routers are...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, setting up a wireless home network, fiber optics
setting up a wireless home network, fiber optics, ethernet cable: You connect the cable coming into your house into the router. You connect your existing PC to the router with an Ethernet cable. You then configure the router according to the instructions in the router manual. Each router varies, but you want to change SSID...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, epson stylus c86, stylus c86
epson stylus c86, stylus c86, wireless print server: There are three ways to share a printer on a network: 1) Attach it to a computer on the net as a shared resource. In this way the computer acts as a print server. But it must be on all the time. 2) Use an external print server. There are both wired and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: public ip, networking expert, public ip
networking expert, public ip, vpn connection: Hi Steve, Depending on how your VPN connection is setup it might show a different IP because of the VPN being set to use the default gateway on remote computer. That means that when you browse the Internet you would be going through the network at the other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to transfer files from computer to computer, LAN, Files Transfer
LAN, Files Transfer, Switch: Hello Bob, You have few options for transferring the folders: Using Network to move files, DVD/CD media, USB drive, Direct cable (Fire Wire, USB Cable), or External Hard Drive. I preferred the LAN methods whereby you connect 2 PCs (laptop in your case)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wi-Fi, wireless access point, lan port
wireless access point, lan port, home lan: Hi again Marc; sorry I missed the email notifying me about your follow-up. You should not experience much, if any, interference. Most interfering devices are pretty well shielded (like microwave ovens), or only transmit for very brief intervals (like garage...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wi-Fi, WiFi, Access Point
WiFi, Access Point, Router: Hi Marc, Thank you for the question. I always liked the Linksys brand for the Home market. It s very easy to use and got good reviews. The model which I used often times is the WRT54GS. This is an older model, but it has most of the features you want...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wi-Fi, interferance, dualband
interferance, dualband, better technology: Hi Marc, Whether you live in the suburbs or not, many things around us today cause interference; older 2.4GHZ phone, microwaves, etc... and this includes your neighbor s stuff to. So my suggestions is always to go invest in the better technology right away...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2 Computers one fast internet-one slow, linksys wrt54gl router, cable modem
linksys wrt54gl router, cable modem, linksys wrt54gl: hi chris if the modem is switch-like (which includes more than a single port in the back) you can directly connect your son s pc with the modem by a cable and then connect another cable to the router s WAN port. this way both you and your son could be able...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Being able to watch DVDs with PAL system, pc playback, dell inspiron e1705
pc playback, dell inspiron e1705, pal system: Hi Pablo, I have never actually needed to do this myself, but I searched around and found this: http://www.jakeludington.com/dvd_hacks/20061125_convert_pal_dvd_for_pc_playback.html It looks a but complex and you won t get perfect results, but it should...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Devices on LAN, search buttons, netopia
search buttons, netopia, expert mode: hi stuart by any chance is there a PROBE, REFRESH, SCAN or SEARCH buttons in the router? sometimes devices loose synch with the router but still keep connected. i would also suggest you upgrade the firmware of the router and see if it helps - do not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Directional Antenna, d link router, cell phone antenna
d link router, cell phone antenna, wireless antenna: Hi Lloyd, and thanks for your question. No, you can t use a directional cell phone antenna; you are correct in thinking that it s the wrong frequency. You would need a 2.4Ghz antenna, like you might find here: http://radiolabs.com/products/wireless/directional-wireless-antenna.php...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Give priorityfor internet to a connection on a n/w, broadband internet connection, specks
broadband internet connection, specks, laptop: hi shrutesh what exactly are you trying to achieve? check the router and see if there is some reference to bandwidth priority or load priority and make sure to redirect it to the IP of the laptop if its the case. - do not forget to give feedback and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN media adapter, blue ray disc player, blue ray disc
blue ray disc player, blue ray disc, linksys wrt54gl router: New one on me, but I did some research and found this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/20245-42-convert-ethernet-rj45-port-wireless If you search on RJ45 Wireless Adapter there were ather hits that may also help. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan/Wan set-up in XP-home/laptop, router setup, configuration interface
router setup, configuration interface, wireless router: Hi Roberta and thanks for your question, Apparently, your wireless router is set up with security enabled, which is a good thing - it prevents unauthorized people from using your internet connection and protects the other computers on your network. However,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, networking question, ethernet connections
networking question, ethernet connections, ip range: Certainly you can see all of the computers on the network, RIchard. Your router need to do necessary routing between the devices hooked on to it and to the switch. You can have a different IP range for the devices on switch. All of them would have default...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, network ports, networking question
network ports, networking question, tivos: Hi Richard, and thanks for your question. Yes, you can add a switch to your network to gain more network ports. It s easy - just connect the switch to a port on your router, and instant ports! All the ports, whether on the router or on the new switch,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: we are in the planning process of over hauling our network, and i was wondering if i could get some feed back on the design., router switch, custmers
router switch, custmers, redundant link: Yes you can do that, Harvih. You will not use multilink, however you would need to have aggregated bandwidth for the new routers. Depending upon bandwidth you may have to go for either 3845 or maybe 6500 series. You may have to use firewall with the router/switch...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote printing, scanner software, remote printing
scanner software, remote printing, test pages: hi martin are you sure that the network settings of the printer are in the same subnet than that of the rest of the computers? make sure that the IP scheme is the same ex 192.168.0.x and subnet too ex 255.255.255.0 otherwise the software won t pick the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Common Data (LAN???), d link wireless router, laptop external drive
d link wireless router, laptop external drive, windows xp sp2: On the XP machine, you need to setup File and Print Sharing. Once you do that, you can designate folders on that machine as shared folders. On the Win 7 machine, you then add those folders to the appropriate libraries in Windows Explorer. You do need to have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: servers, Convert PC to Server, Windows Home Server
Convert PC to Server, Windows Home Server: Hi Terra, Thanks for your question. Sorry for the delay I m quite busy with work here. First, I think your Dell Precision 530 is a bit anemic to run a full version server. You may consider upgrading. Second, consider getting a Windows Home (WHS) Server...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: setting up new desktop, usb wireless adapter, wireless network adapter
usb wireless adapter, wireless network adapter, hp all in one: Hi Gloria, and thanks for your question. The easiest thing to do would be to just use the wireless router to connect all your computers to the internet. All you need to do is check to see if the computers you want to connect have a wireless network adapter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: usb wireless card, usb wireless network adapter, wireless usb adapters
usb wireless network adapter, wireless usb adapters, usb wireless network: Hi Gloria, and thanks for your question. Just about any USB Wireless Network Adapter should work for you, including the Belkin you re asking about. The only thing to worry about is of your have a Wireless N network, then you should make sure you get...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Windows XP "wireless zero configuration", windows xp wireless zero configuration, wireless zero configuration
windows xp wireless zero configuration, wireless zero configuration, wireless zero configuration service: hi alan most probably the problem lies because there is another utility which is taking over the role of WZC. check your laptop and see if you have a DELL utility or INTEL utility which is controlling your wireless interface. if so, ignore WZC and configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless modem drops internet access, Verizon Wireless Disconnect, Wireless Conflict
Verizon Wireless Disconnect, Wireless Conflict: Hi David, Thanks for the question. Your question is about Verizon Wireless Modem/Router which is supported by Verizon. Few things come to mind: a. you may have another wireless network overpowering (conflicting)with your wireless network. The easy fix...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless setups, hp all in one, new hp
hp all in one, new hp, delayed response: SOrry for a delayed response, Gloria. Certainly you can make everything wireless. You need to buy a wireless network card for your old desktop, install and configure it and you would be good to go i.e wireless in the house however connection comingin the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Core Switch vs Edge Switch, edge switches, service node
edge switches, service node, core switches: Hi, and thanks for your question. An edge switch is a switch that s located at the meeting point between two networks. The edge switch typically connects an end userís LAN to an ISPís network or backbone. An edge switch also is called an access node or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Domain Names, autonomous body, apnic
autonomous body, apnic, domain names: Domain names are a way to identify an autonomous body or a realm on Internet which manages a portionof it. Instead of remembering 123.24.53.56 you would be fine remembring APNIC. So domain names makes it easier to remember sites and they represent a specific...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Domain Names, decimal numbers, domain names
decimal numbers, domain names, invention: Hi, and thanks for your question. Domain Names exist because they are easier to use and are more permanent that the IP addresses they translate into. If I have a domain name, then I can just tell others to use it. They don;t have to remember some decimal...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Domain Names, invention
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Domain Names, invention

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, management product, network management
General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, management product, network management

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Networking, wireless network adapters, external hard drive
wireless network adapters, external hard drive, wireless router: If its impractical to run cables through walls or along baseboards, then you can opt for a wireless router. The remote PCs will need wireless network adapters in them. If you are currently using a wired router to create a network, you already have all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip cam tp link, TL-SC3130G, IP Camera
TL-SC3130G, IP Camera, Unable to obtain Jpeg Stream: Hello Db, I searched this for a while and I could only find this link that explain this Unable to obtain the JPEG stream from IP camera quote. It seems that you may have gone to the wrong address to obtain the JPEG stream check this answer and try...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan or Wan Priority, dell inspiron notebook, wan networks
dell inspiron notebook, wan networks, local printing: It actually depends upon what activity you are doing, Sam. For Internet it would be using WANconnection through your modem or router whereas for local printing or file sharing with other users it would be using LAn connection through your Switch. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to link, ip address, game
ip address, game: hi calvin once you re connected to the internet both of the nodes have a unique IP address which is called public ip. You can use this IP to establish a point to point connection between the nodes. obviously it also depends on the type of game u re trying...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: mp3, norton anti virus, question pool
norton anti virus, question pool, memory stick: Hello Steve, I saw your question in the question pool over here at AllExperts. I m not sure if you resolved the situation, but my only recommendation would be to reinstall the drivers on the disk that came with your mp3 player. For Norton to remove something...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking, wireless lan adapter, lan networking
wireless lan adapter, lan networking, living room: Hi Ruben, and thanks for your question. The solution to your problem is to use wireless LAN networking. This will let your computers communicate with each other and the internet without wires. To set this up, you need a router with wireless LAN capability,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, port router, networking question
port router, networking question, wireless router: hi richard make sure that: to the WAN port of the router the MODEM is connect either directly or through the switch. you can connect the rest of the computers to the other ethernet ports (LAN) or via wireless (LAN) I hope my feedback was useful....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking question, routers and switches, linksys routers
routers and switches, linksys routers, networking question: Hello Richard, Perhaps you could describe to me in detail, your network layout. Unless this is a business, I m not sure why a home user would have multiple routers/switches in their configuration. Let me know. Regards, Mitch Brow...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and Hubs in LAN, netgear wireless router, netgear router
netgear wireless router, netgear router, wireless access point: Hi Jerry, and thanks for your question. You can connect a hub (also called a switch) to a wired router port to create more ports on your network. I have this set up in my home - I have a Linksys router, and it has 4 wired ports. 1 of those ports goes...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Top Level Domains, google images, google tips
google images, google tips, google logo: BEcause they open so much more possibilities for you to own a specific domain name which can be very highly viewed by internet community whereas in effect it will not be woned by it. For eg, Chen.. Google is known to every one but given below are the domain...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Tracing email sender, university lan, harshit
university lan, harshit, mac adress: Hi, and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, if you were unable to reset the password by using Google s reset and recovery procedures, there s not much you can do yourself. You will need to contact Google s technical support and explain the situation...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: vlan, trunk ports, tina tina
trunk ports, tina tina, trunk interface: TIna, Please find attached. 1. The commands would specifically depend upon what you exactly want to do and will change accordingly. Let me know so that we can work towards that or else you can check at Cisco site also. 2. Try to give run ip address 172.17.20.1...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WRE54G PROBLEM, WRE54G, Netflix Roku
WRE54G, Netflix Roku, Range Expander: Hi Swampman, I m not an expert on the Roku, however I worked with the Linksys Routers for a very long time. Few things to keep in mind: Range Expander are traffic limiters they tend to cut your traffic by up to 1/2 of your allocated bandwidth. You are...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bluetooth, dell laptop, gps receiver
dell laptop, gps receiver, capable phone: That depends on you. Do you have a Bluetooth capable phone? If so, you may be able to sync your contact between the phone and the PC. It will also enable transferring files between the phone and the computer. Bluetooth can also be used to allow the laptop...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bluetooth, Bluetooth Wireless Mouse, Dell
Bluetooth Wireless Mouse, Dell, Cost Benefits: Hi Dan, Depends on what are you planing to do with it. If it s only for wireless mouse, don t bother. But, if you have other reasons to use the Bluetooth devices such as PC headset, or Earphone for Skype then you may consider it. I don t use this technology...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Final Project - Information Technology - Computer Network Systems, itt technical institute, computer network systems
itt technical institute, computer network systems, ba 5: 1) None of your business. 2) Again, none of your business. IT Support and Applications Developer 3) Maintain and develop Applications in Microsoft Access. Support PC Usage. Support other PC based applications. 4) BA 5) Computing is both my vocation...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network - IP, etraffic, udp traffic
etraffic, udp traffic, network ip: Kanna, WHich is the service provider you have. Just check with them if they are not blocking any UDP traffic. Also see if there is any firewall enabled on router blocking UDP traffic. Also is IIS working as server to stream th etraffic or the other PC is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Initiating the communication without knowing the MAC address, address resolution protocol, broadcast message
address resolution protocol, broadcast message, interface port: Hi Yevgeny, and thanks for your question. Each device that acts as a switch (including a router) keeps track of all the devices that it can see directly, and which interface (port) it is connected to. It does this using a protocol called ARP (Address Resolution...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet speed - usb/ethernet, USB vs. Ethernet, 10/100/1000 Mbps
USB vs. Ethernet, 10/100/1000 Mbps, Bus speed: Hi Mason, Thank you for the interesting question. Since you have not specified your particular connection s details I would have to assume that both of the PCs are connected to the same gateway. Regardless, USB connector is least desirable due to it s...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN, windows xp sp2, device manager
windows xp sp2, device manager, network connections: hi chances are that you didnt install the drivers for your network card. go to control panel system device manager and make sure you install the drivers of all your components. I hope my feedback was useful. Please leave a comment and a rating....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Missing LAN, ip address conflict, tcp ip settings
ip address conflict, tcp ip settings, service pack 2: First if you connect wirelessly you are still connected to the LAN. To set the property, right click on the LAN adapter and select Properties. Select the TCP/IP properties and you should find the automatically assign IP check box. Hope this helps Scott...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking with NO internet, speed internet connection, high speed internet connection
speed internet connection, high speed internet connection, high speed internet: Hi Ira, Yes, you can network them with regular network cable and a router - but note, you will obviously NOT have a shared internet connection. It will be only good for local transfers. It functions exactly the same as if you had a connection - no additional...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: udp port 123, udp port 123, time source
udp port 123, time source, external source: Thoo, The method you have used to change time source is right but looks like your syste is either hardcoded or not able to route the packets or ntp packets are blocked by firewall. Are you able to ping to the source which you want to set to... Try below...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My WAN is missing, Icon Missing Taskbar, Restore Icon
Icon Missing Taskbar, Restore Icon, System Restore: Hi Shunna, Since you have not specify your operating system I ll have to assume it s Windows, and I will make it a Windows XP. How do you display the Network Connection icon in the taskbar? a. Go to the start menu and choose control panel. Then double...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi Signal, wireless repeater, networking companies
wireless repeater, networking companies, poor signal: Hi William, You could get a wireless repeater (from your local electronic supplier) that would likely resolve this issue for you. Basically, what you do is set it up in a spot you know you get good signal. From there, it simply rebroadcasts the network....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wiring Schemes, google search, homework question
google search, homework question, google: Abid...Looks like a homework question :). A simple google search can give you good result. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast_Ethernet and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10BASE2 are the two results that I found out. These days people talk about 1Gig and 10Gig...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Administrative distance, different routing protocols, administrative distance
different routing protocols, administrative distance, path selection: hi Chris, Most routing protocols have metric structures and algorithms that are not compatible with other protocols. In a network with multiple routing protocols, the exchange of route information and the capability to select the best path across the multiple...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connect 2 pc, yahoo briefcases, sudhanshu
yahoo briefcases, sudhanshu, google: If both of you are connected to internet directly and not through a firewall or on a private subnet you can do it eaily by using ant ftp/tftp application. Other easier ways are to use google/yahoo briefcases where you can upload selective files for your friend...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Help Securing Wireless Network, access point manager, tcp ip settings
access point manager, tcp ip settings, 3com wireless: Kevin, there could be many reasons why you are not able to get to the Web interface. It may be disabled on the access points. Or http port may be disabled. Also some of the acce spoints have 192.168.10.1 as default IP address, which you can try as it seems...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP to Interface Query, interface question, wan link
interface question, wan link, question the question: You are right, Amy. As this is /30 ideally you use first available IP which in this case is .73. But because of use of ip subnet_zero command as default in Cisco IOS you can also assign .72 as an IP, which looks to be the case. Hope this helps. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Local area icon missing, system file checker, windows xp setup
system file checker, windows xp setup, internet broadband: Hi Naruto, This is typically caused by the virus infection, yes. If you cannot reinstall the drivers, you can try doing a couple things (in this order): 1 - System File Checker - Go to Start Run type sfc /scannow (without quotes) (http://tinyurl.com/37tjm4g)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network - IP Summarization, understanding network, summarization
understanding network, summarization, network ip: The answer lies in on how many bits would you summarize, Amy. You have four subnets so you need two bits to summarize and hence /22. With /21 you have summarized upto 3 bits from /24 and you canhave 8 subnets which can be sumarized. Hope this helps....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking Cisco questions, distance vector routing protocols, vector protocols
distance vector routing protocols, vector protocols, cisco questions: Jacob, Distance Vector protocols determine best path on how far the destination is through which Interface. Distance can be hops or a combination of metrics calculated to represent a distance value. Distance is the cost of reaching a destination, usually...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network connecting, Wireless Troubleshoot, TCP/IP
Wireless Troubleshoot, TCP/IP, DNS: Hi Richards, It sound like you have either a DNS issue, or you have some IP configuration mismatch. I would try this: In the run command line type cmd and Enter. In the black command box type: ipconfig /all, Enter and then exam your IP records. You...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Proxy server, virus issues, anti virus software
virus issues, anti virus software, proxy setting: Hi Krista, and thanks for your question. You do not need to use a proxy, but it may be that the virus scanning tool you have installed has set up a proxy on your own computer to do its work. Many anti-virus software works this way. It acts as a filter,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: please help!, destination ip address, ip address changes
destination ip address, ip address changes, linksys router: Terry, In general you need to assign the laptop a static IP address because if it is dynamic then your port forward will break when the IP address changes. Next login to your router administration page and find the port forwarding config page. You ll need...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Quick Question, inexpensive cables, crossover cable
inexpensive cables, crossover cable, hub switch: Skyler.. :) this is one for the last part... positive feedback and perfet rating..judge these by the answer if it solves your purpose of asking this question. Now to answer your question..first one is to have the right pin combinations and connectins for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Quick Question, crossover cables, inexpensive cables
crossover cables, inexpensive cables, test cables: Hi Skyler, and thanks for your question. Yes, it is possible to make, use, and test cables that you make. I often make my own cables, usually because I want a cable of a certain length and pre-made cables are either too long or too short. If you want...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: RJ45 Splitter, network ports, broadband router
network ports, broadband router, port router: Hi Taylor, and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, this will not work. What you need is additional network ports, and this splitter will not do that for you. It even says in the idem detailed description, Attention: without Router, the 2 computers...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing Tables, distance vector, destination network
distance vector, destination network, shortest path: Hi Jacob, and thanks for your question. The work of determining the best path to a node is done by the router. It takes in route information from other nearby routers using a routing protocol, like OSPF (Open Shortest Path First), routes it learns about...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How To Secure A Hotel's Wireless Signal, wireless access point, 3com wireless
wireless access point, 3com wireless, wireless routers: Hi Kevin, and thanks for your question. It s fairly straightforward to secure the network. An open network, especially for a business, is an invitation to trouble, as you know. The simplest way to do this is to do the following on each wireless access...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: udp port 123, udp port 123, time source
udp port 123, time source, external source: Thoo, The method you have used to change time source is right but looks like your syste is either hardcoded or not able to route the packets or ntp packets are blocked by firewall. Are you able to ping to the source which you want to set to... Try below...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bypassing download limit, PDF Split nad Merge, Download Limits
PDF Split nad Merge, Download Limits, PDFsam: Hi Vargab, I have not tried this solution, but I think it should work. Download and install PDFsam program from here: http://www.pdfsam.org/?page_id=10. Then you can Split and Merge the PDF file however you want. Read more about this program at Makeuseof...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: One computer can't access Network, home business network, wireless repeaters
home business network, wireless repeaters, smc router: Hi George Looks like there is a DHCP server leasing IP s somewhere. Setup your computer and other devices with static IP addresses rather than having them obtain it automatically and see if it helps. Obviously the IPs must be in the same subnet ex; ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: data transfering, transmission media, time data
transmission media, time data, hyderabad: If its one time data transfer, take a copy and fly to Chennai, My Dear :), that will be faster and cheaper. If its online data transfer, unless you have the time within which the data transfer needs to be completed the question is not complete. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: data transfering, priority mail, transmission media
priority mail, transmission media, best solution: hi booster is it a must to transfer this amount of data over a medium? cant you just copy the data on a hard drive and sent it by priority mail? in any case best solution would be a fiber optic link - fastest solution but costly! I hope my feedback...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN connectivity, technet microsoft, network discovery
technet microsoft, network discovery, win 7: Hi, and thanks for your question. Here are some excellent instructions: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/ And here are some tips on the same, straight from Microsoft: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/033c418b-1096-4df7-bfad-fd3d431f3cd5...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan configuration, technet microsoft, windows xp prof
technet microsoft, windows xp prof, printer sharing: Hi Onke, and thanks for your question. Sharing files on your LAN is pretty straightforward. Here are some step-by-step instructions: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpronetworking/thread/033c418b-1096-4df7-bfad-fd3d431f3cd5 http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-7/share-files-and-printers-between-windows-7-and-xp/...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Please help, usb dongle, wireless capability
usb dongle, wireless capability, notebook computer: Hi Steve, and thanks for your question. Sorry I did not respond sooner; I didn t get the usual email notification from AllExperts. The easiest and best thing to do to share your internet connection is to buy a router with wireless LAN (WiFi) capability....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Please help, usb dongle, wireless router
usb dongle, wireless router, wireless broadband: hi stevo very simple - just install a router and let it do all the work - then connect both computers to it! See this: http://www.ehow.com/how_4425657_install-wireless-router-beginners.html I hope my feedback was helpful to you. Please leave a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer not working, system file checker, hp photosmart 2575 printer
system file checker, hp photosmart 2575 printer, checker tool: Sharmila, SOrry for a delayed reply. All this means that you don;t have sufficient right to you system. Go to control panel and click users.. and check if what kind of user you are. You should either be a Administrator or a Power User. Also Scannow would...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router Connection Problem(BT Home Hub), hub router, home hub
hub router, home hub, default gateways: WHat have you configured on the router?? Is there any default or static route stating that all traffic to from 192.168.1.0/24 should go towards the internet IP. Are you able to ping that IP, Shubham. Let me know and sorry for a delayed reply. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, wan interface, link cable
wan interface, link cable, cable dsl: Madz, Hi.. Please let me know what do you want to know when you say that if how can I divide it into four computers . Is it that you have already connected the PCs but are not able to connect the same or you wantto divide the bandwidth you have. As I...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: restriction of downloading, router settings, lap tops
router settings, lap tops, computer ie: kati there are other methods which are more advanced to setup like QoS and traffic shapers but its rather difficult to setup if you dont have enough experience. try checking the options of your router and see if you find anything relevant to what i am...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router ports, router ports, lan ports
router ports, lan ports, router connection: hi biju The internet must be connected to the WAN port - therefore most of the times the modem is to be connected to this port. Then to share its connection you can use the remaining LAN ports I hope my feedback was helpful to you. Please leave a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: use of proxy server, proxyservers, proxy servers
proxyservers, proxy servers, proxy server: David... . Ideally you should be mentioning the IP address or the URL of the proxy server that you are using. If you are using multiple of them you can mention them in order of preference. Have yu tried this? Let me know if you have tried this and get stuck...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VLAN install/set up problem, payroll department, vlans
payroll department, vlans, head administrator: Chris.. Please check the subnets of the VLANs and the routing between them. Ideally one subnet should have same subnet mask throughot and one default gateway for the whole subnet. ROuter or the L3 Switch on which all these subnets are connecting should be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Website won't load, apartment management, wireless router
apartment management, wireless router, problem loading: That conflicting IP error message is more than likely the culprit. Do you have a wireless router that you use to connect to the internet source? I would try turning off both computers and then turn one of the computers back on, while leaving the other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Connection, home wireless networking, lan connection
home wireless networking, lan connection, setup tool: Hi, and thanks for your question. What you need to do is establish a wireless LAN connection between your computer (with the WDA 1320 adapter) and your router (the 524). You say that 1320 is installed on the computer. D-Link may have installed a wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi gamming on two computers, wifi card, lan connection
wifi card, lan connection, gamming: Both computers are connected to the router from what I can tell. One may be wired and the other may be wireless but they are still connected. Once connected to the router they are both on your LAN. If you need any additional configuration to all the gaming,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless home network access point issue, network access point, certificate issue
network access point, certificate issue, issue question: Yes, you will lose any configuration changes you have made. Generally the only things one configures is the SSID, and your WEP password. You may have a MAC restriction list. What you can do is go through each screen and do a printout to make sure you put everything...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router question, wireless router, dual band
wireless router, dual band, bottleneck: The bigger advantage of a more expensive router is range, not speed. Generally the router can pass information at much faster rates then your connection, so the connection is the bottleneck. Also having an older adapter on one of the devices on the network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting wan to lan, thanks in advance
thanks in advance: Hi Jessica, Can you give me more information on what you are trying to connect so I can help you better. When you say WAN it s like Internet and LAN it s a internal network such as at work or in your home. Or are you trying to hook up to LAN at 2 different...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My connection blocks everyone elses, compaq presario, startup type
compaq presario, startup type, navigation pane: Are you running Windows 7? You may want to try disabling Home Group. Open Computer and right-click on Homegroup icon present in Navigation pane and select Change HomeGroup Settings Now click on Leave the homegroup... link given at bottom. It...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Double DSL, DSL Bonding, Mushroom Networks
DSL Bonding, Mushroom Networks, Zixel: Hi Kevin, The technology that you have mentioned referred to as bonding . What s bonding? Also ADSL2+ allows port bonding. This is where multiple ports are physically provisioned to the end user and the total bandwidth is equal to the sum of all provisioned...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dcn, ccna, good luck
ccna, good luck, cisco: Hi Amit, and thanks for your question. Here s a list of CCNA Study Guides: http://www.certification-crazy.net/ccna_study_guides.htm http://www.semsim.com/ccna/ccna-study-guide.html http://networking.ringofsaturn.com/Certifications/CCNA.php http://www.mcmcse.com/cisco/guides/ccna_notes.shtml...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Double DSL, mk computer, linksys router
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Double DSL, mk computer, linksys router, dsl reports

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip configuration and renew, nokia pc suite, primary dns suffix
nokia pc suite, primary dns suffix, nokia 6300: Prakash, In your case only way to change to the IP address seems to be disconnecting and connecting again. But very likely you will get an IP from similar range as your Service Provider has configured that way. Unless you get a Public IP you won;t be able...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN - No internet access, ip subnet mask, dns server address
ip subnet mask, dns server address, dhcp client: Well either auto or static entries should work and therefore if its still failing I am assuming that the router or modem you are trying to connect to is failing. Do this simple test: Click on START RUN Type CMD and press enter Type ipconfig /all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: openVPN, vpn port, cisco expert
vpn port, cisco expert, virgin media: Hi Duncan, I am more of a Cisco expert when troubleshooting, but I VPN logic very well. First, i would like to say awesome job getting the VPN configured and connecting, i can tell you have much IT competency, which makes my response easier :) Second,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer won't print color, networking question, test prints
networking question, test prints, color tests: This is really a printer question, not a networking question. Have you tried contacting HP support. If its more than a yr old, you can t call them for free, but you have life of product e-mail or IM support. Do test prints print in color? Hope this helps,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: SPEED TOUCH 516 MODEM, Speedtouch 516 Modem, TK6000 VOIP
Speedtouch 516 Modem, TK6000 VOIP, Default Gateway: Hello Shah, I m not familiar with your modem nor do I know about your VOIP box. But, here s the link for a general instructions for Speedtouch CLI commands (it should work on your model as well). Here s the link for the commands line: http://www.kitz.co.uk/routers/speedtouch585.htm....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Web Server on Home LAN, linksys wrt54g router, linksys wrt54g
linksys wrt54g router, linksys wrt54g, hardware firewall: Hi Dennis, While I am not familiar with Apache, there are a few things that I want to clear up unless I am missunderstanding. When you try to reach the web server, you are trying from internally correct? Externally (like from someone else s house) it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: adapters, hp deskjet printer, wireless print server
hp deskjet printer, wireless print server, wireless router: Hello SK, This will not work. In order for a device like this to work, there needs to be a driver on the printer to communicate with this. Since there is no way to tell the printer what is being connected to it, it won t be able to. Additionally, connecting...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: adapters, hp deskjet printer, wireless print server
hp deskjet printer, wireless print server, wireless router: SK Simple answer is yes. But unless you try connecting it, you won;t come to know the glitches. Pwer of this adapter comes from that it gives you an ethernet port if you have a USB port. So your printer will get connected but the driver on printer and the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: adapters, Linksys USB300N Adapter, HP Deskjet
Linksys USB300N Adapter, HP Deskjet, WiFi Printing: Hi SK, Sorry for the delay I ve been out of town. I m not familiar with this model. I read some good reviews about, and it seems easy to install according to some reviews. I do have problems with Wireless USB adapters. Mostly about the speed and the inefficiency...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: adapters, hp deskjet printer, wireless print server
hp deskjet printer, wireless print server, printing interface: Hi, and thanks for your question. No, you can t connect a printer to your network with a simple network adapter. Even though you may be able to physically make the connection, there s probably no software in the printer to allow computers to communicate...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet connection problem
Excellent, glad to hear. You are correct. This is done so the phone company can lock down who is using the internet lines. They limit the number of allowable MAC address per modem to 1. Why is why it is best to use a NAT router as you are doing. And if...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lost Network Connections, dell laptops, support dell
dell laptops, support dell, compatible drivers: Hello Sophie, I apologize for the delay, i was away on business. This exclamation means that there is a problem with the NIC drivers. You will need to find out exactly what kind of network adapter you have and reinstall the appropriate driver. You can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network Connections Gone, dell laptops, hardware failure
dell laptops, hardware failure, hardware tab: Let me know, Sophie, if you have checked with your service provider for any hardware failure on their network due to storm? Also check with your neighbors with same service provider. Let me know. Looks that you might have an OS reinstall or hardware replacement,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, 3or, ip adress
3or, ip adress, lease time: We need to troubleshoot, Anil. You need to check specifically on your DHCP. How is your DHCP assigning IPs? Try to reduce DHCP lease time from defualt to may be 4-6 hours. How are your swicthes configured? Do they relay DHCP informaion? let me know. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setup a small network, switch capabilities, internet modem
switch capabilities, internet modem, switch ports: Hi Eran, There are many ways to do this. I ll give you the most common and basic. If this doesnt work, we can get into other options. The components needed will be an internet modem or switch, a router to connect to the modem or switch, and an ethernet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Slow Download Speeds Question
If its a broadband connection, kyle, it is shared between multiple users and some of them could be data hoggers. So you need to check with your service provider on the download speed promised to you and what you are getting. Hope this helps -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: strange browser delay - possible proxy server issue, perplexing problem, getting music
perplexing problem, getting music, issue question: Hi Eric, I will definitely need to see this log. I am very familiar with the captures and understand all of the colorful output :) Please close this discussion and send a private one so we can continue on and i can grab that log file. Thanks Mik...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: switching wired network to wireless
Hi Patrick, There are 2 ways you can accomplish this. Either by using a wireless bridge, or a wireless repeater. Repeaters are more convenient but may not be as reliable. A repeater can also be moved around for better results. It is basically a device...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN Setup, VPN Setup, IP-Sec
VPN Setup, IP-Sec, SSL: Hi Duncan, Thanks for the question. I think that you are not going to have any luck with the D-link Router. Due to the limitation of the Netgear it s a pass through VPN and as such you will have all kind of issues I m only going to mention a few: need to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VSS MEC with stacked 3750X, switch stacks, redundant link
switch stacks, redundant link, distribution layer: Joseph, Is the your entire network? A single VSS and the 2 3750 stacks? If so, you may not need to run a routing protocol since the network is easily manageable without. EIGRP will introduce unnecessary traffic. If a stack goes down, since it has a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN Design, private ip address, cisco lan
private ip address, cisco lan, public ip: It sounds like the sites will be using their local DSL lines for internet access, will there be a firewall at each site? For simplified management of internet access, you may want to direct internet traffic out of a central site, with redundant WAN links...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN utilization spike, wan utilization, p2p application
wan utilization, p2p application, yesterday and today: hi paul that could mean a lot of things: 1- someone might be downloading stuff off the internet using a p2p application which sucks up all bandwidth 2- someone has hacked your network and is downloading stuff off your network 3- some worm or virus is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN utilization spike, wan utilization, cisco devices
wan utilization, cisco devices, question thanks: Hi Paul, A common out-of-the-blue cause for this behavior could be a chatty NIC. In order to determine this though, you will need to be able to look into the network and see the traffic using a sniffer or capture device or utility. Its possible that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WANN Toplogy, support services supervisor, complete business systems
support services supervisor, complete business systems, wollongong australia: Hi Paul, A functional matrix is basically a list of the components of the WAN and what they do. An example would be: - The router at the Campus edge and what it does - The WAN protocols (layer 2, 3 routing, etc,...)- and how they work and why a specific...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless adapter disconnected..., ZEW2545 Wireless Adapter, Frquent Disconnect
ZEW2545 Wireless Adapter, Frquent Disconnect, Troubleshoot Wireless Network: Hi Sy, Thanks for the question. I m not familiar with your specific adapter however, there are few basic steps to test it. First, follow these directions from Microsoft How to troubleshoot wireless network connections in Windows XP Service Pack 2 found...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless connection problems, wireless access point, wireless infrastructures
wireless access point, wireless infrastructures, radio transceiver: 50 yards isn t too bad, but the obstacles actually absorb some of the signal and depending on their composition, can consime a significant amount of the signal. Also, to be considered, are any obstacles that may reflect the signal (such as those that reflect...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless connection problems, wireless access points, network password
wireless access points, network password, ssid: The fact that nothing happens when added manually would indicate an XP problem. try re-installing the drivers for your wireless card. At a minimum, XP should maintain the network in the list of connections but report that its unavailable. Is anyone else...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Internet for hotel
The two that i am familiar with are Cisco and Aruba, and are the market leaders. These are enterprise applications geared towards large company deployments. My expertise is in Cisco products and am most familiar with them, however, i have touched on Aruba...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router, wireless router, yes computers
wireless router, yes computers, howstuffworks: Hi again, Rob, Here are some links that you will find helpful: https://www.microsoft.com/athome/organization/wirelesssetup.aspx http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1275533,00.asp http://compnetworking.about.com/od/wifihomenetworking/WiFi_Home_Networking.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router, wireless router, cctv system
wireless router, cctv system, button press: Hi Robert, On the router, most likely next to the power cord, there is a reset button. Press this button and hold it in. Unplug the router, continuing to hold the reset button. After plugging the router in, continue to hold the reset button for another...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2U?, networking language, rack units
networking language, rack units, dell server: hi daany A rack unit or U (less commonly RU) is a unit of measure used to describe the height of equipment intended for mounting in a 19-inch rack or a 23-inch rack (The dimension refers to the width of the equipment mounting frame in the rack i.e. the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: add printer to wireless network, lynksys router, hp officejet j5780 all in one
lynksys router, hp officejet j5780 all in one, router modem: Nick.. Hi... Sorry for a delayed replay and wish you a very happy new year. Since the printer does not have a network server (since it does not have a ethernet port) it will really be a hit and trial. There are few works arounds that can be tried. All...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: One computer two network, static ip routes, high speed network
static ip routes, high speed network, cisco router: Hi Sam, and thanks for your question. If both of your 2 internet connections are terminating on the 2800 router, you can configure 2 default static routes pointing to next hop, and have load balance the traffic to Internet. If either link goes down, it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network Conversion, Windows Home Server (WHS), Thin Client
Windows Home Server (WHS), Thin Client, Fat Client: Hi Dax, Thanks for the great question. I ll do my best to steer you to the right direction. Some explaining is necessary to understand what s required to run Home Network with a Server. The concept of Client and File,Server is best explained by looking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Wireless Setup, dhcp server, ethernet cables
dhcp server, ethernet cables, smooth distribution: All 12 AP s should use the exact same SSID. Since there are only 14 channels available, then each AP should be assigned to a different channel except for 2; it doesn t matter much which two, as long as they are not the first or last channels. Another good...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: No LAN Connection, broadband router, bios settings
broadband router, bios settings, ethernet plug: Hi, and thanks for your question. There are a number of things to try: - Disable the wireless adapter temporarily (usually a switch or a function key combination) and retry. - Check if the wired network adapter is disabled in the computer s BIOS settings....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: modem, adsl modems, modem
adsl modems, modem: hi mehrdad the usb is used to interact with the modem from your computer, to set some settings etc. its more or less the same as interacting via ethernet with the difference that some settings may reside on your computer rather than your modem. ie: you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: print server, netgear router, wireless print server
netgear router, wireless print server, wireless printer: Hi Nick, If your printer supports network printing by being connected to the router via an ethernet port then you can print from any other computer whether wireless or not. If you have a printer that plugs to a router via a standard parallel port coming...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server, hp storage, storage server
hp storage, storage server, sudhanshu: Since its a server...32GB should be RAM, which is volatile and stores OS, Apps and current state of resources and devices attached to the server. More the RAM it is better since it is faster and hence responses will be faster. For actual storage of files and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cannot see shares over VPN, usernames passwords, network discovery
usernames passwords, network discovery, several different ways: Hello Dan, This is a very common problem even on my home intranet. You may download networkmagic.com install it on both systems, get familiar with the software, and see if you still have communication problems. If so, be sure to check these items before...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: USB port of ADSL modems, adsl modems, dear sir
adsl modems, dear sir, modem: Hello Mehrdad, The USB on may modern ADSL modems provides an alternative way to connect your computer to the modem for network access. Some computers do not have network cars and thus can only connect by using the USB port. Thanks for your question...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Warranty (Parts-Labor-Onsite) 3-3-3, warranty package, generic pdf
warranty package, generic pdf, dell server: Hi James, and thanks for your question. According to this document: http://www.campustech.com/pdfs/DellWarranty_Generic.pdf it means a bundled warranty package consisting of a 3-year In-Home Limited Warranty, 3-year Complete Careô Accidental Damage...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless connection, linksys wireless router, linksys wireless adapter
linksys wireless router, linksys wireless adapter, conn: Hi Al, and thanks for your question. Here s a page that lists the same problem you are having, and detailed steps to take to resolve the issue: http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-29129-linksys-wireless-router-limited-or-no-conn Give those steps a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access, case category, surname name
case category, surname name, kary: I assume Form Case is bound to table CaseInfo. If so, you need to create a record in in the CaseInfo table first. A better way to do this is to use an embedded subform bound to CaseInfo. This way, you don t have to use a separate form or worry about creating...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: bandwidth issue, reliability properties, bandwidth issue
reliability properties, bandwidth issue, hi data: Hi, Data transfer rate over the Internet depends on the following factors: 1) Bandwidth:In computer networking, bandwidth in bit/S may also refer to consumed bandwidth, corresponding to achieved throughput or goodput, i.e., the average rate of successful...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Display 2 access forms, interview situation, command buttons
interview situation, command buttons, docmd: Use the DoCmd.Close to close unneeded forms. Or set the Visible property to No to hide them You can set the TOP and left properties through code: Forms!formname.Top = x Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Website: http://www.diamondassoc.com...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN, broadcast problem, broadcast traffic
broadcast problem, broadcast traffic, broadcast address: Hi Shaher, What you are talking about is a situation that happens when there are too many devices on a single LAN, and lacking segmentation at layer 3. A single Layer 3 (IP) subnet LAN is called a BROADCAST DOMAIN. A fairly typical and properly designed...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 'N' and 'G' routers = comparison, wireless lan networks, personal computer users
wireless lan networks, personal computer users, wireless routers: Hi Sullivan, and thanks for your question. G wireless routers are certainly not obsolete. To be sure, the newer N wireless standard is faster, but there are a lot of G -compatible devices out there. In fact, if all you have is G devices, upgrading...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how networks are installed, understanding the network, wall jacks
understanding the network, wall jacks, routers and switches: You are really asking about quite a lot of things here all at once. There are no hard and fast rules as to who sets up the cabling, wall jacks and patch panels. Some of this depends on the state that one lives in as it might be a union job . At smaller...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers and switches, lan ports, routers and switches
lan ports, routers and switches, lan switches: That is correct - there are 7 layers in the OSI model. In practical everyday terms, the top 3 (application/presentation/session) are mostly interconnected and not often thought of in separate terms. The layers are Application, presentation,session.transport,network,data...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: speed of a computer on a network, client server network, network bandwidth
client server network, network bandwidth, network speed: There are several things that can affect network speed. Activity, type of activity, quality of wiring, servers, etc. Virus and spyware could have an effect but you would need a professional tro monitor the network bandwidth. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN and File recovery, vpn client software, free file recovery software
vpn client software, free file recovery software, file recovery software: Hi Jay, How do i create a VPN (among 2 computers)? Do you know any VPN client software? Your first question is a bit too open-ended right now for me to provide an answer. Would you please elaborate on the entire situation - in detail? Then I can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi Bandwidth Control, bandwidth control, tp link
bandwidth control, tp link, version v4: Hi Salman, I ve just reviewed the manual for your product at http://www.tp-link.com/us/support/download/?model=TL-WR941ND&version=V4. Good news - it looks like this can be done. Please download your manual and see section 4.13. Set your overall...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: windows 7 not getting wireless signal from new internet provider, mobile broadband, new signal
mobile broadband, new signal, wireless signal: Ok, your laptop never detected the previous provider s signal. It detects the signal from your router. If they installed the new router talk to their tech support about what you have to do on the new laptop. They may have setup up security and you need to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: windows 7 not getting wireless signal from new internet provider, wireless lan adapter, ralph becker
wireless lan adapter, ralph becker, system bios: Hi Jay, and thanks for your question. The best thing to do when you have a problem like this is to start over with the component giving you trouble. By this, I mean that you should completely uninstall the wireless adapter in Windows, physically remove...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bandwidth monitoring, time warner cable, linksys router
time warner cable, linksys router, gaming consoles: Hi Jim, Also, tonight I will do as you suggested and disable the wireless thru the router and let it sit over night. If, tomorrow morning it s still showing that activity, then that isolated the problem to the router/firewall simply communicating alot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: bridge or repeators, regional banks, ethernet cable
regional banks, ethernet cable, 2 pieces: Hi Shaher, You would do that with a switch. You are basically just connecting 2 pieces of LAN together to make one larger LAN. So that is done with switches. If the distance between the 2 segments is less than 100 meters then you can just connect the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: computer networking, modem commands, unix os
modem commands, unix os, computer networking: hi Veena, All Unix OS and its variants support networking but certainly you need a WAN device.. either a router or a modem. Commands are kind of same in Windows and Unix/RHCE etc...so don t worry about that and no issues in scope and Job. hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: computer networking, business apps, network engineer
business apps, network engineer, appls: If you wish to work in India, then most of those jobs will be in Application Development and not so much Networking. Some appls are built on top of windows and others built on top of Linux. Most BUSINESS apps are built to run on top of windows. But that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: computer networking, kernel architecture, linux networks
kernel architecture, linux networks, computer networking: Hi Veena, This is not something that has a clearly defined black/white answer. Windows is more widely used in some applications out there - Linux in others. Linux by nature has always been traditionally more secure than Windows due to its kernel architecture....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: computer networking, core networking, networking courses
core networking, networking courses, system environments: Neither RHCE nor MCSE are core networking courses.Rather they deal with tow Operating System environments and their network infrastructure Windows and Linux respectively. Linux is much more secure than windows for sure but this is also true that more than...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Converting to wireless for a business, wireless access point, pitfalls
wireless access point, pitfalls, assumptions: Hi Steph, Ok, well I m going to be making some assumptions and guesses, here and I ll lay those out - since I don t yet have some information that would help me to make more informed recommendations. Please do feel free to start a back and forth dialog,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DSL modem / NIC / Netgear Router, insallation, internet connectivity
insallation, internet connectivity, nic driver: Hi Eric, Thanks for this additional input. To clarify a couple of things - unfortunately disable and renable the NIC does not solve the problem. The only fixes I ve found thus far are to reboot the modem (if the computer is connected directly to it),...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dsl/modem - static IP address- game issue, secondary dns server, computer clutter
secondary dns server, computer clutter, modem router: Hi Eric, Yes, I still have the problem when using a static IP for my game machine, when it is connected directly to the DSL modem. I completely lose *all* internet connectivity at the end of each game. I can t reach anything via browser, and I can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Fire-Sharing over wireless network, share folder, folder files
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Fire-Sharing over wireless network, share folder, folder files, public networks

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Fire-Sharing over wireless network, wireless router, share folder
wireless router, share folder, network question: 1)Create a folder on your desktop and give a name Share 2)Right click on it and go to properties 3) Click on sharing tab and then click on share button Here windows will give you an option with who you want to share the folder 4)select everyone...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home wireless connection on Westell modem, wireless lan adapter, toshiba web
wireless lan adapter, toshiba web, toshiba satellite: Hi B.J., and thanks for your question. It sounds like there s some flakiness involved with you laptop s wireless LAN adapter. Here are some things you can try. After each step, be sure to allow a couple of days to see if the problem is resolved. -...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet connection problem?, laptop manufacturer, using a router
laptop manufacturer, using a router, network adapter: Hi Rachel, and thanks for your question. It s not clear from your description where the problem might be. I don t know what kind of internet connection you have, or what link of device you are having a problem with. However, I can talk in general terms....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Laptop connection to router, isp internet service, dsl router
isp internet service, dsl router, internet service provider: Hi Gary, You don t need any special software to do this. In fact, this is something your ISP (Internet Service Provider) should have setup for you when you purchased the computer. I would suggest giving them a shout, and just letting them know exactly...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Modem and router compatibility, retailer doesn, cable modem
retailer doesn, cable modem, electronic retailer: Hi Chad, The modem you are referring to is a Motorola Surfboard. These modems have been around a lot longer than most other technologies in the world. That being said, the SB6121 is a relatively new model, so you are not antiquated . Forgive me, but...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network traffic quiery., port 135, packet sniffer
port 135, packet sniffer, network traffic: Mat, Since you know the machine and the port number, next thing you should do is to block this machine. After that you should remove the machine from network remove the cause before getting it back on the network. Depending upon the OS you mighht want to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: NETWORKING, wan router, valid paths
wan router, valid paths, core switch: Hi Shaher, It sounds like you might be mixing more than 1 challenge in what you have described. The typical question of how do I avoid loops among my switches - is handled on the LAN, rather than across the WAN by a protocol called SPANNING TREE. Basically,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: NETWORKING, ethernet segment, patch cables
ethernet segment, patch cables, wall jacks: Hi Shaher, Oh sure you can. A repeater is just a very small switch. It is not a specialized device. Any inexpensive decent unmanaged 4 or 5 port switch from Netgear, Linksys, etc will do just fine. Stay away from bargain brands. Spend an extra $5-10....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Port Forwarding on a NetGear Router, netgear router, external ip address
netgear router, external ip address, older models: Hi Mark, I ve had Netgear routers in the past, but inbound control for the older models was basically limited strictly to one DMZ IP. Whereas it appears that your model offers more flexibility. I assume that you have already tested the server inside...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer says "offline", printer wont print, hp laser
printer wont print, hp laser, default printer: Hi Laura, I assume you are using Windows but you didn t specify which version ... that might be helpful. If the printer is listed as offline then usually all you need to do is right-click on it and you might well see that it might be actually SET to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem with wireless adapter or access point windows 7, class answer, wireless adapter
class answer, wireless adapter, wireless adapters: QUESTION: I am able to detect the wifi and my drivers are up to date the windows troubleshoot further says A response was not received from the router or access point i am using a linksys router Ok. Well this message from your PC s actually being...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router traffic, router firmware, bandwidth traffic
router firmware, bandwidth traffic, bandwidth monitoring: Hi again, I noticed you said 4Mb/hr . Technically this means megaBITS when indicated with a lowercase b . This is an important differentiating factor in the IT world. If your router is saying you use 4Mb/hr, then that is actually 0.5 MB. 8 bits make...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router traffic, detective novel, feint of heart
detective novel, feint of heart, router firewall: Hi Jim , QUESTION: As you suggested, I disabled my wireless thru my router and disconnected all LAN s and let it sit overnight. This morning, I logged into my router and read the charts and it still showed the extra traffic (5Mb/hr). Ok! So...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sharing files, client server network, payroll accounting
client server network, payroll accounting, client workstation: ANY network allows sharing of printers. The definition of a network is a collection of devices connected together to share resources. And that s the answer, sharing of resources. Another reason for using a server based network is security. Also the type...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Switch Install, lan ports, firewall router
lan ports, firewall router, cat5e cable: Hi Jay, QUESTION: I should have mentioned that when my fibre optic connection was installed the ISP installed a router/modem as part of the installation, which includes a firewall. Ah ok. Thanks for clarifying this. This is very common. Forget...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Weird problem between NIC and DSL modem, 2wire dsl modem, modem router
2wire dsl modem, modem router, udp ports: Yes you are correct about all those settings. The primary dns would be the .254 - your router. But I d also use a secondary that is truly on the Internet. If you have no idea what your ISP s dns servers are, you might find it on their web pages or from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: windows 7 wifi not detecting signal, problem thanks, start menu
problem thanks, start menu, system tools: 1. Open the Start Menu. A) Click on All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and System Restore. 2. Open the Control Panel (All Items View). A) Click on the Recovery icon. B) Click on the Open System Restore button. A System Restore window will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: windows 7 wifi not detecting signal, wireless nic, wireless lan
wireless nic, wireless lan, wifi: Hi Jay, Sorry to hear about your issues. These types of things are frustrating. Windows 7 can be interesting or challenging when dealing with some pretty normal functions that older OS are just fine with. I only have one Windows 7 machine and it doesn...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ability to access resources, client server network, networking cable
client server network, networking cable, isp providers: Hi there, Of course! The internet is essentially just one very large computer network. So, with a networking cable, and a local router - you can indeed make your own local network without internet access. The details of that are far too broad for me to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router and pptp vpn connection compatibility, pptp connection, connectivity problem
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router and pptp vpn connection compatibility, pptp connection, connectivity problem, pptp server

General Networking/Lan/Wan: two IP on one pc for two network, change default gateway, critical issue
change default gateway, critical issue, internet internet: This is a critical issue, for which I need to post texts several times and we might need to communicate at regular intervals to understand the connectivity with two different networks, for this text service is very limited to answer to such issues. I have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN speeds, lan speeds, link speed
lan speeds, link speed, gigabit network: Hi Devi, For a gigabit network (10/100/1000) to function properly, all aspects of it need to be compatible. This includes: -Network cards -Routers -Switches -Access points -Cables (minimum CAT 5E) I would suspect that at least one of those components...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network switches, network switches, centralized location
network switches, centralized location, locat: Hi AM, Hi i got a question.I was wondering if a network could have more than one switch.But the more i think about it im pretty sure u can. Im pretty sure u can have more than one switch because if u have like a 100 pcs then i think u need more...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Opinion on USB adapter, local computer store, wireless network cards
local computer store, wireless network cards, motorola surfboard: Ah .... the plot thickens ... I hadn t really understood the full extent of your issue and therefore what s going on. Ok ... now we have a different Diagnosis. What you are thinking then is connecting the PC directly to the modem, enabling Internet Sharing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote access technician support, toshiba laptop, expert profile
toshiba laptop, expert profile, technician support: Hi B.J, Please visit my expert profile here: http://www.fixya.com/marketplace/servicepage.aspx?srvid=14016&ctgid=8&brdid=142&prdid=0&smid=11160&mthid=1&mpsaugid=83d1bffd-dee3-42ec-8dc0-faf54ca6ed64 Hope you will get some result. You can also get...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router and pptp vpn connection compatibility, pptp vpn, pptp connection
pptp vpn, pptp connection, subnet mask: Hi Mardas, Ok, so it seems like we have now actually ruled out conflicts between your network and theirs. So ... yes, it must be the router itself. SOME routers have VPN settings like allow pptp checkboxes and such. I would hope that you have already...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can't play youtube videos through my WiFi router, youtube video, google
youtube video, google, pc lan: Before suspecting the router I would like to suspect the browser you are using. This is because routers can start and stop services but the cannot manage services by schedule.This means that routers are able to stop or start the youtube service but they cat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Drivers for xp home, touchpad drivers, laptop notebook
touchpad drivers, laptop notebook, gateway laptop: Hi Sydney, What other drivers are you missing exactly? I did see that the page only has what you stated, however most other drivers are detected in and installed by Windows XP. There are a couple things you could do: 1) Try a Windows update. Many drivers...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: d-link dsl2730b, adsl modem router, modem ip
adsl modem router, modem ip, default ip address: Hi Vernon, You can change the setting to suit your old schema. Once you get into router setting screen, you get a chance to have new IP address instead of default. Just delete the default and type in new one. Apply it and you are good to go. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network mess, braodband internet, linksys router
braodband internet, linksys router, superstack ii: Hi Bill, and thanks for your question. You were right, creating a diagram was most helpful. First of all, you do need to have the BEFW11S4 or another device acting as a router as the first device connected to the cable modem; you cannot connect a switch...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network setup, braodband internet, linksys router
braodband internet, linksys router, superstack ii: Bill... I would say the setup you have done without knowledge of networking is great and sounds fine. The collission light that blinks is a usual feature as on ethernet it is CSMA/CD (carrier sense multiple access /collision detection). That means that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared Folder, computer second hand, contact network
computer second hand, contact network, private computer: Not likely, especially if the computer is not attached to a network. Most likely the computer was, at one point attached to a network and what you are seeing is the residue from that previous life. Don t worry about it. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Using 2 wireless routers, wireless access point, wireless routers
wireless access point, wireless routers, wireless component: Mark.. SInce your Cat5 works fine in the garage no need to have another router. You can have a switch and can start working direct from the box. Else you can get a wireless access point and directly connect it to that Cat5 and you should be good to go if...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router, home internet connections, linksys router
home internet connections, linksys router, gigabit ports: Hi Landon, and thanks for your question. You can t go far wrong with a Cisco/Linksys router. I ve owned a number of these, and they generally just work well. Netgear is also a good brand, but I don t currently own one. At this point, it s a good idea...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: accessing 1 website, wireless router, problem thanks
wireless router, problem thanks, admins: Hi John, There might just be a problem with DNS resolution but before I explain or tell you how to fix it, can you provide me with the Web Site link so I can check on my end if there is a problem or what kind of problem? Thanks for your time and I wish...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to find/mount a network drive through routers, panel router, public ip
panel router, public ip, patch panel: Unless you are able to assign a public IP you won;t be able to access it, Nick. Since you have a complex network (looks so from what you have explained) its not only IP but you have a prt rstriction also. SO better way it t carry a portable one :). Hope...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home networking, verizon reserves, modem router
verizon reserves, modem router, level townhouse: Partially. Your internal network speeds are faster than the pipe, meaning the connection to the outside. So that is the bottleneck. But I would still go with dual band 802.11n for range and reliability. Especially with wireless. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home networking question/problem, comcast cable modem, linksys wireless g
comcast cable modem, linksys wireless g, networking question: Micheal.. You need to do few changes. SSID have to be same for both the router. Connect both of them in Ad-hoc or Infrastcrutre mode. Apart from this check if you have taken care of following. WRT54G Base address: 192.168.1.1 DHCP Server: Enable ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet access, wireless router, local area
wireless router, local area, laptops: Hi, Sorry I am a little confused and need more information. 1) This is in your home? 2) When you say server, can you explain more about your connection. You have a wireless router? What brand is it? 3) What Operating System are you running? 4) What...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking questions, HP OfficeJet 5780, Print Server
HP OfficeJet 5780, Print Server, Network Printing: Hello Nick, The printer in question HP Officejet 5780 does not have a network support. you can however attached it via the USB cable to a USB print server such as the Linksys model PSUS4. This device allows you to share the printer over Local Area Network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Sharing in LAN different segment, ip subnet, lan segment
ip subnet, lan segment, modem router: hi ridwan you just need to connect the pc which has the printer installed directly to the wireless router and using the same IP subnet like the other device...ex 192.168.150.x subnet 255.255.255.0 and gateway 192.168.150.1 check picture hope i was...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, Zyxel p-660hw-t1_v2 router, Remote manage
Zyxel p-660hw-t1_v2 router, Remote manage, IP Power: Hello Jii, Thank you for your question. First, let me say that I m not familiar with router you ve mentioned. I d worked with some other Zyxel routers in the past. So it s pretty much the same. To the best of my knowledge you can t turn off the router remotely...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing an Internet Adapter Connection, flat screen tv, router ip
flat screen tv, router ip, internet adapter: I just spotted a typo I meant to say you CAN share with a switch. So basically that s what you got. The extender grabs the wireless signal and the embedded switch distributes it. But you still need an ethernet port to run the cable from the switch into. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless help, data encryption, securing your wireless network
data encryption, securing your wireless network, entire room: Hi David, and thanks for your question. If you are trying to block someone from using your wireless connection, the best way to do that is to secure it. If you turn on wireless data encryption and choose a hard-to-guess password, that will prevent anyone...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless printing, wireless printer, wireless printing
wireless printer, wireless printing, wireless adapter: hi eric firstly you must make sure that the computers have a wireless adapter active. then you must setup the printer with an ip address which is in the same subnet of that the pcs are using. then you will be able to communicate with the printer and be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: decrease wireless range, linksys router befw11s4, ip routing table
linksys router befw11s4, ip routing table, computer name: Is your router secured? Are you using MAC filtering? Look in the IP routing table that should show what PCs are currently assigned IPs. But if you believe someone is piggybacking on your router, then use MAC filtering and only allow MACs for your PCs....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network, broadband modem, internet modem
broadband modem, internet modem, wireless routers: You didn t read what I said. There are routers where you can plug in your broadband modem. They have a USB connection NOT an Ethernet connection. Once you have the router the other devices can connect. Here s an example of one such router: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16875997433...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Parallel Ethernet connections, parallel connections, ethernet connections
parallel connections, ethernet connections, subnets: Hi Brian, and thanks for your question. No, there is no advantage to having parallel connections between your computer and the router. In fact, it may cause problems with other connections in the network because your computer would need IP addresses in...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up my wireless router, dlink di 624, wireless capability
dlink di 624, wireless capability, wireless router: I assume the laptop has Win 7. Win 7 should detect the SSID of the router when you search for existing wireless connections. Just selecting your SSID should connect. Without knowing what you have done or what goes wrong its hard to help. You should call...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access normalization, statistical analysis program, answer table
statistical analysis program, answer table, time part time: The Response table records who responded to the survey and when. Sometimes, you may repeat the survey to the same person so you need a separate table to record that. If you never do that, you can get away with combining tblRespondent and tblResponse. The Answer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: imac & laptop, crossover cable, subnet
crossover cable, subnet, laptop: hi samer they just need to have a network card, an IP address set within the same subnet and physical network between them. take a note of this example: using straight cables: imac - 192.168.0.10 | router - 192.168.0.1 | laptop - 192.168.0.20...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN for Building, fiber optic cables, ethernet segment
fiber optic cables, ethernet segment, collision domain: Milan... An ethernet segment can not go beyond 100meters. If you are able to meet this criteria alongwith reuirment of havey traffic on backbone, it should not be an issue. If you are planning to have 10M connections for users with 100M between floors and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Not In List, work thanks, microsoft access
work thanks, microsoft access, vba: You can use a second table to save the Added choices. Then set the Rowsource to a Union query that unions both tables. Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Microsoft Access MVP 2007 Author: Microsoft Office Access 2007 VB...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: large outdoor wireless network, wireless access points, setup a network
wireless access points, setup a network, internet supplier: First, who is the resort s Internet supplier? If its a cable company, you can start by putting wireless access points (WAPs) in each cabin. You will then need to place WAPs or repeaters around the property. You will need to build this out from a central point....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: long wiring, HDMI 100' + run, HDMI over CAT5e/6 Transceiver
HDMI 100' + run, HDMI over CAT5e/6 Transceiver, CAT5e: Hi Phil, Thank for your question. Let me start by saying that I m not expert in Audio/Video my training is in Networking. I m not sure how you are going to run 100 + of HDMI cable - my understanding s that 1080p HDMI cable can transfer a signal at the higher...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Peertopeer, client server architecture, server supplies
client server architecture, server supplies, peertopeer: Hassan, In a client server architecture, client requests information from server and server provides the information to it. Whereas in a peer-to-peer scenario similar client provides the information. Allk the clients are equal in all respects. They share...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: question please, panel antenna, answer mark
panel antenna, answer mark, hi gain: Mark.. SOrry for a delayed reply. You need to connect the antenna to adapter and then to the router. There are multiple sites which can give you step by step instructions. These are first two search results from google for home wireless network). http://www.microsoft.com/athome/organization/wirelesssetup.aspx...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless router, cisco router, blueray player
cisco router, blueray player, shelf support: Most of the routers available over the shelf support 5 and 2.4ghz. All you need to see is the support and ease of installation. As far as signal is available you should be good. Cisco, linksys, dlink, belkin are good. Though two walls will attenuate signal...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WPA, Belkin Wireless Router
Belkin Wireless Router: Hello Dave, First, thanks for your question. You have not mentioned your Belkin Model number, so I cant be specific. This kind of error is typically indicting that the password or the authentication is incorrect. I wonder if you saved your settings after...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access, field constraints, money constraints
field constraints, money constraints, ngo community: To get around using a form with a lot of checkboxes and keeping a normalized database you have to use an unbound form. You have to read the controls on the form and populate your normalized tables accordingly. 1. Yes, if you want to use an autoincrementing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access, kary, microsoft access
kary, microsoft access, access database: Either you do a visual check or you do a digital comparison. If you do a digital comparsion then you would need a file that is the source of the results. Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Microsoft Access MVP 2007 Author:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connect ipendent Two Pc with one Internet connection, intel p4, broadband modem
intel p4, broadband modem, computer expert: How do you get to the Internet? If using a broadband connection you can get a router. Both computers and your broadband modem get connected to the router and you have a connection that shares the Internet. To add the printer, you simply need to set it as a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network settings, Static IP with DHCP Same Laptop, Regisery Tweak
Static IP with DHCP Same Laptop, Regisery Tweak, Wireless Card: Hello Sokunthea, Sorry for the long delay I ve been out-of-town on a job and didn t have tine to answer my personal mail. Your question is a good one so I will have to point you to a published answer (due to the complexity of the answer). In any event it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sharing Adsl Connection, open internet connection, two network cards
open internet connection, two network cards, broadband internet connection: Hi Alwin, and thanks for your question. I know you specifically asked about sharing your internet connection using a PC with two network cards, but there s an easier way. I always recommend that anyone with a broadband internet connection get a router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Very slow wireless computer, hard drive failure, linksys antenna
hard drive failure, linksys antenna, norton anti virus: Hi Caroline, The slowdown can be caused by a number of factors, however in this case it sounds like a hard drive failure. I could be wrong it it is difficult to diagnose over email however it sounds like that. The heat is a perfect culprit to cause such...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi Issue, Web: No Gateway Reply, Cell Phone Web Access
Web: No Gateway Reply, Cell Phone Web Access, Data Mismatch: Hello Jatin, Thanks for the question. I m not an expert on Mobile phones, but reading some comments on the problem it s appear to be the phone itself, not your network. One solution that I found suggest that the error is due to Data mismatch which mean...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access 2007, passp, isnull
passp, isnull, sql string: It would have helped if you told me what field. But the message occurs because a field name exists in more than one object in your FROM clause in a query. When that happens, you need to fully qualify the fieldname with the object name. for example: table.fieldname....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cannot connect laptop wirelessly to router, hp compaq nc4400, network key
hp compaq nc4400, network key, laptop support: Does your laptop support 802.11n Sy, Please check? Also other troubleshooting steps you need to do is to drop one of the connections and try connecting your laptop. Have you power cycled your router recently? If not do it once and let me know. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extranet & Intranet?, intranet data, wikipedia
intranet data, wikipedia, outsiders: Hi Susan, and thanks for your question. An Intranet is data and other content that is only visible on a company s internal network. Some Intranet data is usually granted to all internal (employee) users, while other data is restricted by department, such...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extranet & Intranet?, private computer networks, intranets and extranets
private computer networks, intranets and extranets, google search: Hi Susan, A quick summary is the following: An intranet is an information portal designed specifically for the internal communications of small, medium or large businesses, enterprises, governments, industries or financial institutions of any size or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extranet & Intranet?, internet protocols, nntp
internet protocols, nntp, using internet: An Intranet is a closed system only accessible within an organization. Originally, it referred to using Internet protocols, like HTTP, NNTP, TCP/IP etc. but on a system not accessible from the Internet. However, its come to refer to system that is accessible...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet connection, router modem, internet hope
router modem, internet hope, computer laptop: if your computer/laptop is physically connected to the router/modem with a cable and you still get the unplugged/disconnected state then it means that you either have a faulty network card, a bad cable or a corrupted driver. go to control panel system...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet speed, belkin router, dell xps
belkin router, dell xps, youtube video: Hi Annie, and thanks for your question. An interesting problem, and you ve already looked in most of the places I would start. The next logical step is to look at that the two computer with the problem have in common - the wireless router. It may...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Local network problem, WinXP, Win7 Can't Browse Workgroup
WinXP, Win7 Can't Browse Workgroup, Setup Share Files: Hi Eugene, Thanks for your question. Iíve been away hence the delay. Your question is quite involve, and hard one to answer. Iíll try to give you a new directions to follow. Iíd had the same problem with WinXP Pro Sp3 network that was not showing the Workgroup...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networks, lan protocols, level protocols
lan protocols, level protocols, wan man: Hi Harish, and thanks for your question. There is no minimum or maximum speed defined for LANs, WANs, and MANs in general. In fact, higher-level protocols, like IP (Internet Protocol) are specifically designed to work over almost any network at any speed....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: trying to remember how to setup router to pcs, how to setup router, cat 5 cable
how to setup router, cat 5 cable, computer plug: The router is first connected to the broadband modem. From there it depends on the configuration of the network. At least one PC needs to be wired to the router initially to configure it. Generally this is done by going to the router s IP address which is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless printer, wireless button, wireless capability
wireless button, wireless capability, yr warranty: The DJ 3050 with wireless capability is a fairly new printer. To configure this printer to work as a wireless printer connected to the network you have to connect it to a computer using a USB cable to configure it. Once configured it can be disconnected from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access queries, access queries, normalization rules
access queries, normalization rules, assessment exam: Why would you want to? Seems to me a report like this: Student: John Doe Module 1 Assessment Exam 30 50 Module 2 40 50 while it might waste some paper, would be more readable. You might be able to use columns setting the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Blog, cheap web host, amatuer photographer
cheap web host, amatuer photographer, free domain name: Hi Shana, Well it s not the right category but I do take care of my own websites. In my opinion, the best is to get a good cheap Web host. I ve used Fluid Hosting (www.fluidhosting.com) and really liked it but there are so many out there albeit hard to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP address, internet service provider, general location
internet service provider, general location: Hi Tom, and thanks for your question. It is possible to be found based on a IP address. Usually, however, it required a court order. An IP address can always be traced to an Internet Service Provider, and they will usually reveal the address of the customer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port forwarding ip ez cam on 2wire router/modom, 2Wire modem/router, Port Forwardin
2Wire modem/router, Port Forwardin, IP Camera: Hello Ron, The task on hand is fairly straight forward. Please follow the steps as illustrated here: http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r25907648-Port-forward and make sure to use your camera port as assigned by the manufacture. You need to map it to port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ps3 to pc internet sharing, broadband internet connection, modem router
broadband internet connection, modem router, internet connection sharing: Hi Yura, and thanks for your question. I know you say you don t have a router, but you should have one. It s essential for anyone with a broadband internet connection, if for no reason other than to protect you from viruses and other malware on the internet....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ps3 to pc internet sharing, Sharing Internet Connection Win, Virtual Router
Sharing Internet Connection Win, Virtual Router, Wireless Hosted Network: Hi Yura, Thanks for the question. I think you can do it but not the way you described. There s an application (free) for Windows 7 named Virtual Router which will turn any Windows 7 Sharing Internet Connection Win 7 machine into Virtual WiFi Access Point...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router problem, D-Link DIR 655 Router, WiFi Disconnect
D-Link DIR 655 Router, WiFi Disconnect, Troubleshoot: Hello Keefe, Thanks for the question. I will try to help you with issue despite the lack of information about this problem. First, you need to disconnect your wired connection to your PC and use only the WiFi connection. Next, you will need to upload the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Turning off LAN ethernet ports on Router?, router modem, lan ports
router modem, lan ports, modem router: Hi Dustin, and thanks for your question. I found the user manual for you router: http://broadband.motorola.com/consumers/products/sbg6580/downloads/SURFboard_SBG6580_UserGuide.pdf Unfortunately, it doesn t look like there s a way to disable the wired...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless connection, Linksys WRT54GS, DD-WRT v24
Linksys WRT54GS, DD-WRT v24, WifI Signal Repeater: Hello Farouk, Thank you for your question. I m sorry to tell you that this scenario does not work for the original Firmware. According to Linksys the WRT54GS is not designed to work as a repeater. But, if you are using the Bricked version of the Linksys...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless and internet connections, Can't connect to Internet, IE8
Can't connect to Internet, IE8, WinXP: Hello Jeff, Thanks for the question. It s not clear from your question what exactly is your error. I ll try to address few possibilities for why you are not connecting to the Internet. For starters let try the Basic troubleshooting that I answered in...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2.4 and 5Ghz bands., wireless access point, subscriber units
wireless access point, subscriber units, access points: Hi Derek, and thanks for your question. Yes, both wireless bands can operate in the same environment. You would need either a multi-band wireless access point, or separate access points for each band, but aside from that devices on these two bands will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access, question thanks, kary
question thanks, kary, temp file: Once you build the SQL statement you can either use a querydef to create a named query or just supply the string as the Recordsource. Still no need to run the query first. Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Website: http://www.diamondassoc.com...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless printer, ethernet network interfaces, flexible connectivity
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless printer, ethernet network interfaces, flexible connectivity, wireless capability

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Foscam-ipcam and d-link dns-320, static ip address, ipcam
static ip address, ipcam, camera name: ANgelo... You are trying to upload the picture. Idesally you should save before uploading. Please check that. The other issue you might to get cleared is if your modem is not blocking any port. From your camera screen do you have a place where you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: HTC EVO 4G tethering - security and router, cat 5 cable, modem router
cat 5 cable, modem router, router configurations: Hi Eric, and thanks for your question. This is an intriguing question! I m not sure if my answer will be complete or definitive, but I do have some thoughts. - First of all, you will want to check your wireless contract and see if tethering is permitted....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: making a network, client server network, performance routers
client server network, performance routers, wireless access point: No, those are network shares set up by the network administrator. You can have multiple shares on a single file server or shares may be on different file servers. Also file servers can aggregate over multiple hard drives. Hope this Helps, Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless printer, wireless printer, brother mfc
wireless printer, brother mfc, network printer: How is the printer connected? Have you contacted Brother tech support? You are correct, if you Add the printer as a network printer then it should be remembered next time you boot. But for me to help further I need to know how the printer is connected to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cat 5 and 6, plenum cables, diameter ranges
plenum cables, diameter ranges, cat 6 cable: Hi Manuela, To the best of my knowledge, there is no standard diameter for cat5 or cat6. However, most (all?) will probably fall within pretty standard diameter ranges - see the second link below and it provides some detail on common diameter ranges....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Forgot password of administrator on my laptop, bootable cds, dhruv
bootable cds, dhruv, system password: Hi Dhruv, I d like to help but please be more detailed about your situation. Please provide more info so that I can help: 1. Make and Model of your laptop 2. Your Operating System (i.e.: inux?, windows xp, vista, windows 7, etc?) Also - please...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Help!!!!, 2Wire Intermittent Disconnect, DSL
2Wire Intermittent Disconnect, DSL, Westell: Hello Minh, Thank you for the question. First, your description is rather short on details, so I can only give you general advise. Second, I assume you have DSL with AT&T as an ISP. I wonder if you have contacted your ISP and ask them to run line test?...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Help!, threshold network, spyware malware
threshold network, spyware malware, broadband service provider: Hi Minh, After reading the issue I can come to a couple of conclusions. The issue lies with either of these two issues. 1) The Modem has turned faulty. Here you might ask me that what would i say when a single user is using the connection and it does...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Loosing my connection, comcast cable, denial of service attacks
comcast cable, denial of service attacks, denial of service: You shouldn t. I ve been having a similar problem with my Cablevision installation. I believe the major cable companies have, recently, been the target of DOS (Denial of Service) attacks. Basically people trying to overload the system. A router or modem reset...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Loosing my connection, comcast cable, cable company
comcast cable, cable company, plug and play: Ideally, Rick, you shouldn t be as all these devices are plug and play. Howveer, some of the devices may need additional configurations. This you can make out from the manual or after speaking to the tech-support guys of the cable company. Hope this helps....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Loosing my connection, Comcast HSI, Intermitte Connection Lost
Comcast HSI, Intermitte Connection Lost, Reset Router: Hello Richard, It sound like you are having Intermittent connection problems from Comcast. I would try to use Comcast Modem only, for-a-while to verify that you are still disconnecting periodically. In addition, you may want to post your logs from the Modem...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking with a WiFi Hotspot, usb wireless adapters, wireless access point
usb wireless adapters, wireless access point, dd wrt: Hi Chris, Thanks for all the detail. There are several ways to go about doing what you want. A WAP, wireless access point, really isn t quite what you want - since those are to provide a wireless connect that then uses a wired connection. May I assume...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: password hashes on networks, ntlm
ntlm: Hi Heni, I guess that you were expecting to see the actual password in your sniffer trace? But you won t, as the NTLM protocol includes a decent but relatively mild form of encryption. Also, there will be multiple hashes because there are multiple session...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: small business FTP & website server help, suitable server, ebay
suitable server, ebay, intel core 2 duo processor: Hi Dave, First of all I would like to share that for such a small network of two to three systems you will not require any server systems unless you do not mind investing more than required. Thus I feel for such a network a couple of new desktop PC s...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet connection, linskey router, wpa key
linskey router, wpa key, wep key: Hi Pete, It would seem that your router is confused . Sometimes instead of doing the right fix in IT, we do what is fastest and easiest to get the job done. In this case, instead of trying to FIX IT, the best thing is to reset your router to factory...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: long distance serial connection, crossover ethernet cable, data communications equipment
crossover ethernet cable, data communications equipment, dte dce: Hi Mohsen, I was thinking about your configuration requirements. My query is your connection requirements. I m not 100% what you are wishing to achieve. Remote configuration of the routers can be achieved via telnet or SSH via IP. That would be the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ping e0 from e1, router interface, network router
router interface, network router, port ip: Hi Alex, Thanks for your question. I ve run a simulation of your network and think the problem stems from the PC s. You can ping all the interfaces on the router as the router knows where the interfaces reside and which IP addresses they are using....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: slow college wifi compared to college internet cafe, wireless access point, bandwidth internet
wireless access point, bandwidth internet, infrastructure components: Hi, and thanks for your question. It s almost certainly no way to increase the WiFi speed on your own. The college is likely limiting the speed of the WiFi connection purposely, probably to conserve a limited bandwidth internet connection. The only way...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Subnetmask..., depth explanations, network ip
depth explanations, network ip, internet basics: Hi Shovon As this is a broad answer and will require in-depth explanations I have listed url s below that will be of assistance to you. If you require any further detail on a particular area please get back to me: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_tech_note09186a00800a67f5.shtml...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: unstable wireless connection, iphone 4, motorola cable modem
iphone 4, motorola cable modem, network troubleshooter: Hi Marcos, Panama! We were there for 12 days a few years ago - what a great country! Panama City and the greater Volcan / Rio Sereno / area were just amazing. Rainforest ... coffee ... ahhhh! Anyway, I digress. Your answer actually seems to lie...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WiFi connection, setup a network, bpcl
setup a network, bpcl, lan games: Hi Joe, Yes. This is called an ad-hoc wireless network . Here are some links to illustrate things. http://www.google.com/#hl=en&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=ad-hoc+wireless+network&oq=ad-hoc+wireless+network&gs_l=hp.3..0l4.417.5099.0.5322.27.25.2.0.0.0.238.2501.16j8j1.25.0.les%3Bcpsugrpq2..0.0...1.1.J43RemSFbME&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=92da361fb107ce2f&bpcl=35466521&biw=1120&bih=571...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Computer Technician Networking Admin Career, ccna cisco, cisco qualification
ccna cisco, cisco qualification, science networking: Hi Ryan, I can help you with the Network Administrator element of your question as I used to be such. Cisco CCNA is a desirable qualification and employers are encouraged to employ qualified staff as there are benefits for them in doing so. If...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers to chose from, alphabet soup, radio signal
alphabet soup, radio signal, ethernet cable: Hi, and thanks for your question. There is quite a bit of alphabet soup when choosing a router these days. There are 2 basic wants to access the internet through a router, wired and wireless. Wired is pretty easy - you use an ethernet cable to connect...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Creating a LAN of 31 PCs on Win Vista, educating homeless children, port models
educating homeless children, port models, ethernet cables: Hi Sohail, What you wish to do isn t really all that hard but it can be time-consuming, especially if you need to run ethernet cables all over the place to those PCs. You may wish to consider just going wireless all around. But if you really want...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: my internal network disable when i connect VPN, static route, head quarter
static route, head quarter, x network: that s correct behavior Ibrahim. For that you need to speak to your system admin to enable split tunneling in the front end VPN Device. If you have access to your file server / local router you can check by adding a static route. hope this helps -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Neworking, bus topology, packet tracer
bus topology, packet tracer, switch router: Fahad, Depending on number of users you need to decide on switches. Normal switch will have 24 ports...so you can get the number of switches. 25 users - 2 switches...21 users - 1 switch,... You get the point... if its a LAN you don;t need a router.. If...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, wireless routers, hell of a time
wireless routers, hell of a time, wireless router: Hi Bill, Oh sure. MOST of the wireless routers have a certain number of WIRED ports in the back. Usually 4. You ll see in the description something like Ports: 1 x 10/100M WAN; 4 x 10/100M LAN OR Ports: 1 x 10/100/1000M WAN; 4 x 10/100/1000M...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Wifi, WISP, Authintication
WISP, Authintication, RADIUS Server: Hello Shoaib, Thank you for your question. What you are trying to do is basically WISP (Wireless Service Provider) that can be done in various ways. None of them is going to be cheap or simple. For starter you may be violating your ISP rules - check with...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared folders/files, e mail service, scan photos
e mail service, scan photos, running office: The best way is to add a NAS to your system. You can buy a 1 or 2 TB external drive that can connect to your router, you can then map that drive the same way on both machines and save all the shared files to that drive. Alternatively, the synchronized folders...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: unable to access my internal network while connecting vpn, lan connection, vpn internet
lan connection, vpn internet, head quarter: Hi Ibrahim, Many thanks for your question. This problem could well be a Routing issue, although at this point I can t say for sure. Would it be possible to let me see your local router configuration? The other issue could be with your O/S Internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Hubs and Switches Networking Devices., port ethernet hub, hubs and switches
port ethernet hub, hubs and switches, wireless hubs: Hi Prashant, Thank you for your excellent and timely question. The simple answer is yes... The much more complex answer I would like to pass you over to Cisco Systems who have a extensive Function and Deployment document. I though it easier to point...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access DIR(), error 3265, kary
error 3265, kary, microsoft access: Hmm that is wierd. It seems to indicate that test2 was already removed, but you are saying it wasn t. How are you defining tds? Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Website: http://www.diamondassoc.com Microsoft Access MVP 2007...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access point set up, loose power, ethernet connector
loose power, ethernet connector, web gui: Hi Les, Ah this won t be all that tricky. You need to configure a static LAN address on your laptop/PC to access the Web GUI of the access point. I think that you will find Netgear s documentation to be really well put-together, detailed and provides...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access union queries, union queries, select union
union queries, select union, link names: If, after running this code, test1 and test2 have all the records you need, then you are done. And yes, this appears to be the most efficient. It looks too easy, because you were probably over thinking. I m inherently lazy ;), so I try to look for the simplest...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dual connectivity links, nat network address translation, network address translation
nat network address translation, network address translation, distant server: Hi Heni, 2nd question first - cause it s short and simple :-) =And can I subscribe to an ISP s with a single link? Yes. Most people do. If you got rid of one of your links, you d have a single link to one ISP. I was wondering if this is possible:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: understanding what makes up lans, collision domains, collision domain
General Networking/Lan/Wan: understanding what makes up lans, collision domains, collision domain, traditional sense

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi question, mk computer, computer consulting
General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi question, mk computer, computer consulting, danish

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless network setup, electricity, router
General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless network setup, electricity, router

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, ip config, config info
ip config, config info, local area network: Hi Bill, In this case, it is probable that you can just connect your new PC and things will be fine. All we really need to know is - on your old desktop pc - how it is configured? Probably for DHCP ... I m kinda guessing that old PC of yours is running...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router speed issues, speed issues, good speeds
speed issues, good speeds, channel bonding: Sorry - I did get a bit confused during answering your question. Perhaps this will clarify things? There can be settings on the modem and/or router that can affect overall performance. If the speed/duplex negotiation between the router and modem don...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can not surf, dell laptop, connections area
dell laptop, connections area, verizon wireless: Hi Craig, Please look again. Try RIGHT-CLICKING on the verizon device. Please see the attached graphic. This is Windows XP, but even if you are using Windows 7 or whatever, you WILL have similar options. Disable should be available ... J....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: understanding what makes up lans, routers and switches, local area network
routers and switches, local area network, share resources: A LAN is a group of computers connected together to share resources. A LAN can cover multiple buildings on a single campus. A WAN can comprise several LANs over a wider area. There can be segments with a LAN so, for example, the Accounting Dept is kept...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Unreliable wireless connection, lan ports, imap connections
lan ports, imap connections, wireless router: Thanks for all your troubleshooting tips. You re right, I do have 802.11g. I ran the speed test tonight with a plugged in computer. It was 5Mbps inbound and .5 Mbps outbound. Ok - not too bad. It also doesn t sound like they will have a faster offering...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi question, 2Wire Modem, Firmware
2Wire Modem, Firmware, Upgrade: Hello Danish, After a long search I realized that 2Wire does not offer the firmware updates on their website. You can try to email tech support with your modem MAC address and ask them for an update. However, I m not sure it going to work. There s some...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi Question, wireless router, wifi internet
wireless router, wifi internet, firmware: Hi Danish, Well I have to do some guessing here but it sounds like the issue is probably with your wireless router. If there is a firmware upgrade available for your router, I d try that first to see if it fixes your issue. At least this would be a fast...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless network setup, Wireless Connection Sharing, file sharing
Wireless Connection Sharing, file sharing, Printers: Hello Rite, Thanks for your question. There are at least two ways to go about this. Since you d asked about Internet Connection Sharing with Wireless Network I will explain how to-do-it. Please be aware that it s required some technical knowledge of Winows7...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Basic Networking between 2 PCs and a Modem/ Router, broadband modem router, basic networking
broadband modem router, basic networking, lan cable: This is a critical issue, for which I need to post long texts and we might need to communicate at regular intervals for which the direct service is very limited to answer to such issues. Thus, please understand the circumstances and I request you to join...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Basic Networking between 2 PCs and a Modem/ Router, broadband modem router, wireless access point
broadband modem router, wireless access point, lan cable: A wireless router is actually 3 devices in one. The router portion manages signals between your LAN and the Internet (you may have a combination modem router). The switch portion is your 4 ports and the 3rd piece is a wireless access point. By connecting...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cant access router IP, ping request timed out, router settings
ping request timed out, router settings, tiny button: You ll probably need to do a full reset in that case. The documentation will say exactly how to do that - usually it s some tiny button that can be pushed with a needle or straightened out paper clip. I checked out the manufacturer s web site - they...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: I cant Access web server from our LAN, inexpensive firewall, equivalent domain
inexpensive firewall, equivalent domain, e0: Hi Harry, Ah good - I m glad that you have it working. You might be able to also to accomplish it with NAT/Port Forwarding rules in your firewall/router. But ... I don t see that as being a better solution than what you have already accomplished. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to connect laptop to pc using router?, using a router, local games
using a router, local games, lan games: Hi Mark, Since you can access her Internet with your laptop it sounds like you are already done. You COULD do a LAN connection instead by using an Ethernet cable to the router. It is a bit more efficient for gaming. Though if you bought an N router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: d-link dsl2730b, desk tops, print servers
desk tops, print servers, link usb: This is a critical issue, for which I need to post long texts and we might need to communicate at regular intervals for which the direct service is very limited to answer to such issues. Thus, please understand the circumstances and I request you to join...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to connect laptop to pc using router?, network ip, type ipconfig
General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to connect laptop to pc using router?, network ip, type ipconfig, connection cable

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Slow http traffic, netgear router, speed improvements
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Slow http traffic, netgear router, speed improvements, connection speed

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Group Policy, policy question, question thanks
policy question, question thanks, critical issue: Hi Moein, Please send a email stating whenever you shall be free to come for a live chat to smilingraj2j2@gmail.com and I will try to resolve the issue first. I will ask for a payment only if you are satisfied and will share the value over email once...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network designing, Cisco Network Design, Cisco Net Academy
Cisco Network Design, Cisco Net Academy, CCNA: Hello Vedavyas, Thank you for you question. The subject s rather long and the list of available sources seems to be real long. I will give you one possible route you may elect to use with possible good outcome. The Cisco Net Academy is an excellent source...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking, fios, hookup
fios, hookup, internet provider: Hi Steve, I d like to help but we engineers need more information than that to have a better idea as to what s going on and how we can get things working for you. Would you care to provide more details? Tell me about your PC, it s OS, the router make/model,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: panasonic tv to modem, Cat 5e, Interfernce
Cat 5e, Interfernce, Belden Cable: Hello johnny, Sorry for the delay, I ve been flooded with work and no time for other activities. As for your question 70 it s not a problem for Cat 5e. You may want to put a Switch/Router after the modem to eliminate any denigration of signal issues....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Slow http traffic, speed cable modem, high speed cable
speed cable modem, high speed cable, netgear wgt624: Hi Adrian, My mistake, it s 36Mb outbound, 6Mbs inbound as measured by www.speedtest.com. The raw speed is probably 50mbps outbound and 8-9Mbps inbound (if you consider the cable protocol overhead), and that s what my ISP is supposed to deliver. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wiki site, private ip address, http 192 168 0 1
private ip address, http 192 168 0 1, intraweb: hi shobin intranet means that the site will be hosted inside an internal network and not accessible from the internet. this means that the site shall reside on a server which is inside your network and therefore using a private IP address. what you need...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bob, homework questions, piece of crap
homework questions, piece of crap, productive member: Hi Bob, I can appreciate your position on this matter. Truly, I do. I am also sorry if you were offended by my response to this one individual. I do hope that my response shocked him into getting on track to doing what he should do - especially if he...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Computer Networking Scenario Help, lazy homework slacker
lazy homework slacker: Hi Bob, Well you asked me to be VERY detailed, so I will. You must think that I, among many others here on Allexperts are even more ignorant, vapid, asinine, unenlightened, gullible, and even more stupid than you seem to be. Here s a tip - GET A CLUE!...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DNS issue with Office365, port address translation, nat network address translation
port address translation, nat network address translation, network address translation: Hi Tom, Thanks for all the details. It looks like you ll need to configure your firewall accordingly to allow those inbound connections and translate them to the internal resource. This is typically a mix of NAT (network address translation) and PAT...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Computer Networking Scenario Help, prick, crap
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Computer Networking Scenario Help, prick, crap, mirror

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing over LAN, arp tables, collision domain
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing over LAN, arp tables, collision domain, lan environment

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Two NIC, example interface, router port
example interface, router port, gateway addresses: Hi Kia, and thanks for your question. You can use multiple network adapters in one computer. They do need to be in different subnetworks (as yours are), and they need to be connected to router ports that are configures on corresponding subnetworks. You...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Resetting a Router, netgear wgr614, setting security
netgear wgr614, setting security, data packets: You need to find a manual for the router and following the instructions for setting security. There may be a password to get into the router s configuration but that has nothing to do with security on the data packets. Generally you need to set WEP security...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing over LAN, layer 3 routing, internet router
layer 3 routing, internet router, ip packet: Hi Faraz, and thanks for your question. Technically, routing does not take place at layer 2 at all, only at layer 3. At layer 2, the concept is known as switching, and generally does use a MAC address table to keep track of which device is on which port....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Subnetting very basic querry, default subnet mask, ip subnetting
default subnet mask, ip subnetting, initial question: Hi Faraz, Basically yes, but you are mixing up your initial question with other things. So, let s say that you create a single network like so: 10.1.1.0/24 (the /24 means a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 - it is merely a different way to write it). This...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Upgrading internet service or buying a new webcam?, cheap internet service, cable hookups
cheap internet service, cable hookups, internet hookup: Hi Kevin, My first guess would be the webcam. You do state you are using ...an old webcam... . What are the specifications on it? Also secondly, yes of course the Internet can affect it as well, especially if your upload is limited. Many people get these...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: The use of a new webcam?, bandwidth internet, video look
bandwidth internet, video look, hi lee: Hi Lee, and thanks for your question. If you upgrade your webcam, it will improve the picture that your friends see. If you re looking to upgrade your webcam, look for one that has the ability to broadcast in HD (High Definition). This will give you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2nd router, faster service, fios
faster service, fios, technical details: Hi John, Yes and no....But my first question would be why? If the Verizon router has extra ports on the back, then you would simply have to run a wire from the office to the kitchen. Otherwise, if there is a lack of ports, you will need to purchase a switch....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2nd router, switch ports, port speed
switch ports, port speed, connect one: Hi John, and thanks for your question. You should not use a second router in your local network, but instead you should use a device called a switch (sometimes called a repeater), but maybe not even that. If your FioS router has more than one local...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: finding a router, loose power, google
loose power, google, wireless computers: Hi Trevor, Sorry to hear about this but these things do happen. It does seem that the root cause is likely the router, since all the wireless devices lose connnectivity together or nearly so. So ... you have a few choices. First I d recommend that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip address not enough, subnet mask, dhcp scope
subnet mask, dhcp scope, static ip addresses: Hi Nhoel, Yes - changing the subnet mask to 255.255.252.0 INCREASES the size of the network. Here s how that works. The 255.255.255.0 - all of these are BITS. Here s how that looks. 255.255.255.0 = 24 bits = 254 useable addresses 255.255.254.0...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Possible Filter for Internet Cable Modem, linksys cable modem, cable internet service
linksys cable modem, cable internet service, video signals: Hi Cliff, and thanks for your question. The filter you had installed is likely a device also known as a trap . This is usually installed to filter out, or trap, video signals from going into your cable modem. These are usually installed for customers...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: switches and wan optimazation, interface configuration, managed switch
interface configuration, managed switch, network tool: Hi AM, Yes it is possible for a port on a switch to go bad . It isn t as common as it used to be but it still does happen. There is no special tool needed - just a bit of logic and troubleshooting. Just take the exact same cable and try a different...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi antenna, omnidirectional antenna, directional antenna
omnidirectional antenna, directional antenna, ebay: Hi Frank, and thanks for your question. The antenna you have probably does a pretty good job of pulling in the available signal. The problem is most likely at the other end. The WiFi access point you are connecting to probably has an omnidirectional...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cat5 to rj11, ethernet signals, high speed data
ethernet signals, high speed data, conductor cable: It is not possible to directly run ethernet signals over a 2-wire connection. Ethernet requires at least 4 wires. If you have two RJ11 cables, you could join them to make a 4-conductor cable, but aside from that you are out of luck. However, you can buy...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extending range of D-link DIR 615 router, Range extender, WifI Signal
Range extender, WifI Signal, D-link DIR 615: Hi Michael, FYI wireless broadcast s doing well on the horizontal plane not so good on the Vertical. So it would be advisable to purchase one of those extenders: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833315087 and install in the upstairs...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless, wireless router, good luck
General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless, wireless router, good luck, wireless standards

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My response to Jeff, linksys wireless router, outlook web access
linksys wireless router, outlook web access, ipconfig flushdns: sometimes, ping and tracert works when apps dont. It doesn t necessarily shed much light. When you do these tests make SURE that you are pinging the NAME and not just the IP address . That is another idea though - to configure those 4-5 clients to use...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network sluggish, T1, slow connection
T1, slow connection, Network Topology: Hello Steve, Thank you for your question. Sorry for the delay I ve been away from work. As far for your question you have not giving me enough information to help you. What I need to know is why are you having 2 routers on your network, how s your T1 is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Quick question ab. WRT54G Router, set mode, reset button
set mode, reset button, cable modem: Hi Clinton, You can use the Reset button to delete all the data. All your data will get deleted.This is the best option. Just connect the power adapter as the router needs to be in On condition to delete all data and reboot in factory set mode. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remotely run device detecton software, dynamic ip address, dhcp client
dynamic ip address, dhcp client, ip cameras: Hi Jonathan, Never having done this myself, the best answer I can give you is, Maybe . If it s possible, here s how: - You need to know the IP address of the camera on your LAN. If it s a static IP address, you are all set with that information, and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless, internet speed test, wireless usb adapter
internet speed test, wireless usb adapter, home hub: Phil... The actual speed depends on various factors and major of those is the numbers of users which use same connection in your vicinity from the same service provider. Because of this download/upload speed starts varying. Try using the connection in wee...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WRT54G Problem, ipads, config screen
ipads, config screen, config settings: You don t tell me how you are connecting. I had a WRT54G. You need to go through the browser and connect to the router s IP address. The default user is Admin without a password. Once in the config, you can set up security for the wireless. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access work emails from home?, external mail server, web mail system
external mail server, web mail system, university desktop: Hi Lee, and thanks for your question. Many companies do offer their employees access to email from home. This is offered in a variety of ways - via a dedicated encrypted connection to the corporate network (a VPN, or Virtual Private Network); with handheld...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cable modem compatabilty with wireless router, tosiba laptop, 2wire 2701hg
tosiba laptop, 2wire 2701hg, cisco cable: Hi David, and thank you for your question. Here is the data sheet for your Cisco cable modem: https://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/video/ps8611/ps8675/ps8676/7017296.pdf Here s some tech info on the 2Wire box: http://www.speedguide.net/routers/2wire-2701hg-e-80211g-wireless-adsl2-router-827...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Encrytion over Wifi issue, hardware version, t effect
hardware version, t effect, firewall rules: Hi Scott, Thanks for all the background info. Ok, first Trouble shooting 101. Take the Tablet and bring it to somewhere else and see if that clears up the issues or if they follow your DEVICE. If you CAN access those sites from other places then Yes,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Finding the Network Address, subnet calculators, subnetmask
subnet calculators, subnetmask, network addresses: Hi Lorn, This should help: http://www.networkclue.com/routing/tcpip/calculating-masks.aspx Honestly, NONE of us in IT actually manually calculate network addresses - we use one of the various online subnet calculators, like so: http://www.subnet-calculator.com/...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Given the IP Address 134.13.54.128 /29, how can I manually calculate the network address?, valid hosts, broadcast address
valid hosts, broadcast address, broadcast addresses: Hi Lorri Using a subnet: 255.255.255.248 gives 30 subnets and 6 hosts per subnet. How many subnet bits are used in this mask? Answer: 5 bits or 25-2=30 subnets How many host bits are available per subnet? Answer: 3 bits or 23-2=6...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Locked out of Computer at Work, domain admin, corporate networks
domain admin, corporate networks, place of employment: If your computer is connected to a domain based network (where login security is handled by a server, typical of most corporate networks), then any user can log on to any workstation on the network. If someone logs into the network using your PC and does not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, retail clothing stores, wireless lan networks
retail clothing stores, wireless lan networks, tdm multiplexer: It is probably a good idea to pursue a wireless strategy. They could send out an RFI (request for information) or RFP (request for proposal) to different vendors. Or enlist the aid of a systems integrator or VAR (value added reseller) with proven expertise...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Open switch?, cisco switches, managed switches
cisco switches, managed switches, network switches: Hi Brad, I ve been out of town on business so sorry that it has taken me a bit to get back to you. There are lots of decent switches out there but what I really need to know first is more about what your needs are. Would you please detail more about...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: training oriented, dataware housing, cbt courses
dataware housing, cbt courses, google: Hi Kanika I can address the Cisco CCNA part of your question. May I presume at this stage you wish to follow CCNA Routing and Switching. CCNA study material can be found on many good websites. Cisco s website is the best place to start - here: https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/community/certifications/ccna/syllabus...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Bridge, wireless usb adapter, wifi hotspot
wireless usb adapter, wifi hotspot, bridge to bridge: I can t say that I m familiar with that model. Usually Linksys stuff (now Cisco) is decent. BUT ... when it comes to buying this stuff I nearly always buy from newegg.com, where I can review many DETAILED reviews from other techies to see what they think....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Configure Cisco 880 Router For IpCamera, software configuration guide, ip address subnet mask
software configuration guide, ip address subnet mask, mask settings: Hi Phil While I don t have a great deal of knowledge on IPCameras here s Cisco s guide to setting up on a 880 router which includes commands for IOS. Best I can do on this question - sorry. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/800/880/software/configuration/guide/SCG_880_series.pdf...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cannot connect to the internet through wireless router, dell vostro 200, wireless router
dell vostro 200, wireless router, ipconfig release: Hi Stacy, Ok well first of all - you may wish to buy a small UPS, so that you don t keep frying computer parts - and keep your PC and your router plugged into it. It s good that your PC DOES CONNECT FINE. So at least THAT works! So your router is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: im not able to print, hp laser jet, laser jet printer
hp laser jet, laser jet printer, printer option: hi Uma, Do the installation using printer driver that came with the printer. Also check if you have issue if you have another machine to print. Other things that you might want to try is to switch on-off the printer and change the printer cable, as its a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet for the Boonies!, satellite internet services, decent internet
satellite internet services, decent internet, netflix: Hi Celena, Ontario, Canada is a big place :) I m not sure you are, or what providers service your area. But ... it seems to me that your question contains your solution ... I ve recently moved to the outskirts of my city. While, so many of my neighbours...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem with lan connection, usb ethernet adapter, lan drivers
usb ethernet adapter, lan drivers, internet acess: Well that could be a lot of things. Unfortunately your issue is not an easy one, since it works for a bit and then just stops working. Usually this is a hardware problem. But it could be your NIC (motherboard integrated) or your switch/router. Try using...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wirelless internet sharing, google hn, internet wirelessly
google hn, internet wirelessly, www google: Hi Mahsa, Yes you can use Laptop #1 to share it s Internet to Laptop #2. You didn t say what your OS is, but here is a link that will give you several step by step procedures: http://www.google.hn/#hl=es-419&output=search&sclient=psy-ab&q=windows+internet+sharing&oq=windows+internet+sharing&gs_l=hp.3..0j0i30l3.33.3953.0.4222.20.13.2.5.5.0.254.1874.4j7j2.13.0...0.0...1c.af_KrA04BeU&pbx=1&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.&fp=7c3481881af89b79&biw=1680&bih=876...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sus ip netstat, good advice, host name
good advice, host name, content view: Hi Ron Possibly....it could be a harmless connection but investigating is a prudent idea. Try http to the IP address you consider foreign. This is a way of validating the trust of the connection. If you don t like the results then (in Linux): ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sus ip/tcp in netstat, homework assignment, computerhope
homework assignment, computerhope, source info: Hi R, Well first this seems like a homework assignment. So I d be happy to help, but I d expect that you would provide your answer and then I d help with it. There isn t any tcp, ip or MAC address in the question. So, either this isn t the complete...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Auto-Downloading of files upon network connection, web expert, captcha
web expert, captcha, security issues: Hi Chuck, Thanks for your question. I m not 100% sure that it s possible to trigger a download upon network connection and I would be a little concerned about security issues if it, indeed, were possible. I would suggest a question to a Web expert...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Backing up to a server off site, desk drawer, paren
desk drawer, paren, backup copy: Hi Dan, I m sorry that I didn t have a chance to get to your question until now. It s been a crazy busy week. After reading everything, I have to admit that I think that your idea is probably as good as you will get, for a non-recurring cost solution....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cannot connect to server on lan, gateway ip, url https
gateway ip, url https, ping test: Hi Stuart, and thanks for your question. According to this page: http://www.esecuredata.com/2011/08/16/installing-cpanel-on-centos/ you should be accessing your CPanel server with the URL: https://192.168.0.6:2087/ note the https instead of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DNS servers and settings, dynamic ip addresses, dhcp server
dynamic ip addresses, dhcp server, dns info: Hi Corb, and thanks for your question. When you set up the DNS information in the router, that is what is used by the router s DHCP server when dynamic IP addresses are assigned. Think of the router s DNS info as the default. If you prefer to use a different...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Issues., static route, jeff k
General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Issues., static route, jeff k, default route

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Hardwired Network, crossover network cable, crossover ethernet cable
crossover network cable, crossover ethernet cable, crossover cable: Hi James, Thanks for your follow up. Here s a link that will explain the configuration of the crossover cable. The faceplate will remain as is. http://www.tested.com/tech/705-how-to-make-your-own-crossover-network-cable/ Best Regards, Scott....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home server network issue, milli seconds, basic networking
milli seconds, basic networking, ping results: Hi Stuart, This isn t quite my area of expertise per se. Sure I have built a few web servers in my time, but all of them were on Windows and not one on Linux. LOL - the last one that I did was probably like 4-5 years ago. :-) So I m not going to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet providers?, dark horse candidate, fios vs cable
dark horse candidate, fios vs cable, new internet service: Hi James Happy New Year! I am actually very disappointed that the world didn t end on Dec 21st - according to schedule. I was all prepared for it too ... what a super letdown .... sigh! :-) Well I m not sure where you live ... and that might help....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Issues., crossover ethernet cable, subnet mask
crossover ethernet cable, subnet mask, modem router: Hi David, Many thanks for your question. The two routers will need to be connected on the same subnet i.e. back to back router connections: 192.168.0.1 192.168.0.2 with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 for instance. You ll also need a crossover...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: new PC can not connect to internet, surge suppressor, actiontec
surge suppressor, actiontec, ethernet cable: Hi JT, and thanks for your question. You don t say if the Powerline adapter is verified to work on another device. That s the first step - try the adapter on another computer, preferable connected in the same place. If that works, then the problem is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Patch Panels & Switches, fire sprinkler system, production printers
fire sprinkler system, production printers, cable problem: Hi Michael, Happy New Year! Thanks for all the detail - it really is a help. I m not sure that I would centralize all switches to one place and run all that cable. That is a LOT of freak n work and ... what does it really BUY you at the end of the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Security settings of a P2P network, P2P Network, file sharing
P2P Network, file sharing, Encryptin: Hello Steve, This is a classic Networking fundamentals question. But, I ll try to give you some pointers. Your basic challenge would be to Encrypt the P2P Network traffic and to anonymizing the peers. P2P Encryption will be secured and the data stream...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WSUS, dos tracert, destination net unreachable
dos tracert, destination net unreachable, unreachable message: Hi James, Thanks for your follow up - that has cleared up one possible routing problem. I think we d need to do some reachability tests to the branches from HO. I will presume the WSUS is at the HO. Can you ping any of the branches hosts from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access update
Yes, if performance is an issue, you can use a Make Table query with the crosstab as its source. I do this at times. Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Website: http://www.diamondassoc.com Microsoft Access MVP 2007 Author:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: controling another computer
HI Matt, Well that is an interesting scenario for sure! To accomplish your task, computer #1 must either be connected to the same LAN as #2, or Directly to PC2 via their own set of cables - essentially establishing a very small separate LAN using additional...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Installing Dual Operating Systems in Smartphones and Tablets Devices.
Hello, This would be a question better asked in the Operating Systems or Software development forums. I couldn t find a mobile technology one, but if you can that may be a good spot to ask, as well. This was asked under the general networking forum,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: MAC Address
Hi Kee, Not usually no. Your MAC address is only visible on your LAN, not the Internet. On the Internet your PC s IP address is usually hidden also - behind the IP of your router. A MAC is a local and Unique hardware address that is bound to your Ethernet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Personal Home Network User Internet Monitoring
Character restrictions? First I ve heard of that - but I m usually answering a question here - and maybe they don t limit us? Just keep adding additional follow-ups, to provide more info - it sounds like you have an .... unusual situation there. It sounds...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems using a router as AP
Hello Max, Thank you for your question. In order to to answer you need to provide me with more information. Such as the settings on the Access Point. Channels used, are they using the same SSID, Connection type, how the router connected to the Cisco AP....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Smartphone / Cell Phone with Multiple Display Output Units.
Prashant...this is expecting more involvement and expectations looks beyond conduct of this platform. Please help me understand the nature of your work and requirement to get into this kind of information. It feels that either they are homework questions or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wi-fi reception from home to garage
The only way relocating the modem helps is that it will allow you to move the router. Its the router that is at issue. There are repeaters that you can place within range of the router that will boost and rebroadcast the signal to extend the range. Each router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: access
For the first issue, Are you using the AVG function or are you using (a1+a2+a3)/3. If the latter you can use a DCount to count the number of non zero Assignments instead of hard coding the divisor. For the second issue, can you show me the SQL for query?...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access queries
Hi Kary, The way to limit queries is to make them more dynamic. Supply criteria via forms so the same query can be used in multiple ways. Add fields that you may not need in some reports so you can use the same query in different instances. But I try...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: best proxy
Hi Damien, Honestly, your question has me wondering about what your real use case is. You start off with asking for the best Proxy Solution. But ... you aren t interested in security? I m wondering if what you are possibly more interested in some kind...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network cabling
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network cabling

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless network options
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless network options

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet connection
Hey Adele... I know how it feels when we try to set something straight and in turn few others go hay wire :) In your case its not a big issue and I think both of us can solve it easily. 1. If you remember what you pressed to get IP ADDRESS: 169.254.58.42...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network cabling, TIA/EIA-568
TIA/EIA-568: The question gives pinouts for connectors; one one each end of an unshielded twisted pair cable. UTP is often used for phone lines. Note that the 8-pin connectors are also used on Ethernet cables. The pinouts show 8 pins which correspond to 4, 2-wire pairs....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: scripts
Each user who logs into a workstation has their own desktop. Under Win 7 this desktop is under the Users folder in the folder for the user name. When a user logs into a workstation governed by a network domain a script is run that maps any network shares among...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi repeater that doesnt create a new network connection
Hi Cory, The dlink n300 is a repeater/extender. This means that it does exactly that, repeat the signal in another location. What you need is an antenna booster. Basically the problem are the antennas in your existing router. The router is either in a location...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless network options
If you are asking whether you can bypass the passcode, the answer is no. Even if you were able to connect a wired router, it would still have to go through the wireless service for authentication. But I don t believe there is such a device. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two pcs
You need to look for a cross-cable, Hasan for this kind of data transfer. YOu can use 192.168.10.1/255.255.255.0 as IP for one PC and 192.168.10.2/255.255.255.0 for other PC. If you don;t have a cross cable but an android phone which can be used a wi-fi hotspot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home network
First, lets get some terms straight. A modem is a device that connects to the Internet over a dial up phone line. A Broadband modem, is a device that connects to the Internet over a cable or DSL connection. A router is a device that takes the Internet connection...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet connectivity
Hi Nathan, Like you I often use my mobile phone for an internet connection, but only when I m away from home. In my case, it s not a direct tether but via wireless so we call that a mobile hotspot. I have to assume that when you say tether that you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question for Jeff
Hi Sam, I m changing the question to public so that others may also benefit. Here s what is going on: - Your wireless access point is configured to be secure , rather than open . So it is using one of several different encryption protocols, which...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question for John
The expected key *must* be stored in the router. Each vendor (hardware/software) stores configuration information how they see fit. I d like to know why your laptop doesn t remember it and why re-booting the router helps. Here are a couple of links I found...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question for scott
If you do a full reset of the router, it should remove the password completely. If pressing the reset button doesn t do it, pull the plug for about 30 seconds. That should stop being prompted, but it will remove the security altogether. I m not familiar...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers in network
Hi John, I ve changed your question to public so that others may also benefit. Yes you may put multiple routers in a network. Most medium and all large networks have multiple routers. Some of these routers are built into the switch infrastructure....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Web Applications for Viewing SMS.
Hi again Prashant, I imagine that such as you describe is possible. If you create a phone app and a browser add-in that communicate with each other, as in the Motorola Connect system I mentioned, then your scheme should likewise work. Of course, there...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router to tv
Hi Kevin, I m NOT an expert in this stuff. My guess - and only a guess - is that there is a conflict between the resolution of the video and the capabilities of the tv. Or ... the capabilities of your media player (or what it is set to), given the resolution...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Will it be useful to upgrade to N router?, wireless routers, newegg
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Will it be useful to upgrade to N router?, wireless routers, newegg, print server

General Networking/Lan/Wan: two routers in same network, access point configuration, home wireless networks
access point configuration, home wireless networks, linksys router: Hi Jim, QUESTION: You are correct, they are both G routers. Ah ... yes that is what I expected. Nice to know that my guesses aren t too bad :-) I actually am ok with all of my devices except a cheap tablet I bought for 60 bucks. The wifi...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: setting up network, WiFi, Setup Router
WiFi, Setup Router, Ethernet Connection: Hello Jack, Thank you for your question. Your DSL Modem allows you to connect to a single device i.e. PC/Laptop. For this to work as a Wireless/Wired net work you need to purchase Router/Access Point device that will enable Local Area Network and Wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Small Office Network (W7), network interface cards, small office networks
network interface cards, small office networks, networking class: Hi Liam, First for the version of Windows 7. There are many flavors; starter, home basic, home premium, professional, enterprise and ultimate. But the main thing to remember is that for a network with a server and in which you would be connected to a domain,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Will it be useful to upgrade to N router?, isp speed, wireless adapter
isp speed, wireless adapter, broadcom: Upgrading your router to N will make a difference. How much of a difference will deped on what you do on your network. Hope this helps, Scott Blog: http://scottgem.wordpress.com Website: http://www.diamondassoc.com Microsoft Access MVP 2007 Author:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Do users in a subnet count on my website., lan users, external users
lan users, external users, google: Yes, they would, Anil. Since unique visitors are counted on the basis of cookies not IP address so all your LAN users who visited your website will be unique visitors. You may want to ask them to turn off their cookies to calculate unique external users :)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN requirement, network quality, point internet
network quality, point internet, connectivity options: Hi Semiu, It is difficult to know what to recommend for you, without more information about the type of customer and what their needs are, but I can provide some general thoughts . Africa is very different in terms of what is available and how much it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Windows 7 VPN - unable to resolve network host names, old scool, lmhosts file
old scool, lmhosts file, network discovery: Windows default firewall may or may not have the level of logging that you d need. I m not sure on that. A good 3rd party firewall would for sure. But that s a lot of trouble I think, when the bottom line is that you CAN get it working so ... isn t that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Bad Network Adaptor, network adaptor card, dell desktop
network adaptor card, dell desktop, legacy program: Hi Alfred, and thanks for your question. It sounds like you are saying the network adapter that is a daughtercard to the motherboard has failed. This is not uncommon, and is easily remedied with a replacement adapter card. The easiest thing is if you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: CISCO - DELAY, router config, voice delay
router config, voice delay, cisco: Its an artificial delay that you add. Software, in this case, router IOS do not add any delay to packets. But in case you want to add some delay you use this command to induce artificial delay to the packets sent. YOu can set this value between 8 to 50milisec....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: TCP window Size, wan interfaces, vsat
General Networking/Lan/Wan: TCP window Size, wan interfaces, vsat, pep

General Networking/Lan/Wan: hai, serial interface, jitter
serial interface, jitter, statistical model: Hi Srinivasarao, I must confess I m not an expert on this subject - here s the best document I could find. I m reading this myself now too.... http://tcp-reassembly-project.googlecode.com/files/jitter_model.pdf Regards Scott McQueen. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet connection with safari, hi valley, information thanks
hi valley, information thanks, g4: Hi Valley, This sounds like a DNS issue, though it could be other things.. Clearly your Internet is working in general since you got to THIS website, to post a question here. I don t have a lot of information to go on, with just that your browser can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: need help, interface configuration command, router config
interface configuration command, router config, network segment: Hi MC Many thanks for your question. Here goes: Setting Delay on Cisco Routers - Higher-level protocols may use delay information to make operating decisions. For example, IGRP can use delay information to differentiate between a satellite link...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network Cable, ethernet cables, wasim
ethernet cables, wasim, different colors: Hi Wasim, Many thanks for your question. The 8 wired cables I think you refer to are Ethernet cables. There s quite a lot of info on these cables so I ve taken the liberty, I hope you don t mind as I ll simply run over my character limit, of pointing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc to tv connection, vga connection, tv connection
vga connection, tv connection, electronics store: You have multiple vendors which can provide you these types of connections, Stephen. One of my friends has one from Western Digital which he bought about 3 years back and is working fine. You can check local electronics store and which one fits your requirements...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Port forwarding problem, ERRROR FAIL TO UPDATE DUE TO...DUPLICATE PORT NUMBER, Port Forwarding
ERRROR FAIL TO UPDATE DUE TO...DUPLICATE PORT NUMBER, Port Forwarding, TCP View: Hello Solay, I m afraid I can t help you with this issue. I can give you my best educated guest. Because this router is not sold in this country - nor did I ever came across it. It will be my best answer for this situation, however itís not complete one itís...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about siwtch, subnet mask, default ip address
subnet mask, default ip address, telneting: Hi again Pankaj, See Page 17 of the same manual (first link). It says: The switch s factory default IP address is 10.90.90.90 with a subnet mask of 255.0.0.0 and a default gateway of 0.0.0.0. That same page has instructions for how to use Telnet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: TCP window Size, congestion detection, tcp window sizes
congestion detection, tcp window sizes, vsat systems: Well I ll HELP YOU ... but I m not going to answer the question, since it s homework - Ok? Next time - please provide YOUR ANSWERS and I ll guide them along. I understand selection of window size should match with BDP (Bandwidth Delay Product), if window...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: TCP window Size for E1 & E3, wan interface, backup link
wan interface, backup link, srini: Srini.. What s the purpose of having E1 as backup for an E3? In case of an outage you can not play around much with window size or for that matter tweaking any other parameter. In TCP header, Window size is defined by 16 bits so you can have minimum 2 bytes...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: TCP window Size, mbps link, packet fragmentation
mbps link, packet fragmentation, backup link: We are planning for external TCP - PEPs..... in that PEP, Band width Delay product (BDP) is configurable parameter.... But how to change the BDP dynamically is the problem for me... ??? PEPs are usually for satellite links. Not E1s and Not E3s. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: using mixed wifi mode, home wireless networks, clients range
home wireless networks, clients range, routers: Hi Jim, I savvy that you re trying to cover your bases but please trust me that this won t be an issue. G clients will simply be limited to G, and if you have legacy clients that are only B capable then that s what they ll use. And you will definitely...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ACCESS POINT OR REPEATER, downstairs bedrooms, bedroom downstairs
downstairs bedrooms, bedroom downstairs, pcs devices: Ah yes a switch would do the trick. Netgear makes nice little 4-5 port ones that are reasonable. im surprised the router only has one LAN port - most of them have 4-5. Stay away from hubs - that is very old technology and is MUCH slower than a switch. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: circuit switching using TDM, time slots, circuit switching
time slots, circuit switching, kurose: Hi Huda Thanks for the follow up... Yes, the data rate is independent of users. There are various models within TDM. A device can burst to a certain restricted bandwidth or all available bandwidth in the current moment. The most common use is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Digicom ADSL Router Getting Disconnect, adsl router, auto reboot
adsl router, auto reboot, factory defaults: Hi Alex, I d try the following, though there is no guarantee that it ll fix things. If your hardware is having issues then nothing will fix it ... 1. Upgrade firmware. Go to digicom s site and perhaps there is a more recent firmware for you to try...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extending a MiFi Hotspot, modem router, wifi hotspot
modem router, wifi hotspot, linksys router: Hi Chris, Yes this can be done. But, I m not sure how much you are going to like the answer. This could be a bit on the tricky side! so you may wish for some local help to get this setup. https://community.verizonwireless.com/thread/533970 http://forums.anandtech.com/showthread.php?t=2214286...