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General Networking/Lan/Wan: network adapters, wireless lan card, wireless network adapter
wireless lan card, wireless network adapter, windows 2000 pro: Hello Scott, Your problem is related to Windows OS, which is not able to retain the Wireless LAN card drivers. The best personto answer this question will be someone who is from Windows domain or into windows administration. I am completely ionot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network adapters, wireless network adapter, router use
wireless network adapter, router use, wireless adapter: Hi again Michelle, Just think of an adapter as a device that converts data from one form to another. In the case of a network adapter, it s a device that converts data that the network know about into data tht your computer knows about. Most consumer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network on boradband router, router ports, broadband router
router ports, broadband router, routher: Hi Jou, You should be able to communicate between the computers using the same router. First of all you will need to find out, if all the ports on this DSL router are router ports, or they are switched ports (some DLS routers come with a built in 4-port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network card issue, dell dimension l800r, yellow exclamation point
dell dimension l800r, yellow exclamation point, windows xp profesional: Hi Paul, A few things. First of all I believe the problem is with Windows ME (one of the worst O/S/ made by Mocrosoft) and the way it assigns resources. However, a problem like that sometimes even requires a Bios upgrade because the motherboard is not attributing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network conflict?, netgear wireless, lan ports
netgear wireless, lan ports, wan port: I just set up a similar setup using Linksys equipment. ON my wireless router I had to change the IP of the router and also disable DHCP and some other stuff on the wireless device. You might want to contact Netgear tech support for specific instructions. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network confusion, home phone service, connection difficulties
home phone service, connection difficulties, broadband speed: Hi Rich, Thank you for letting me know. Here is a trick for you. Instead of rebooting, you can force your XP boxes to just get a new IP address. Just open a DOS windows (Click Start Run command), then type the commands: ipconfig /release all ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network confusion, connection difficulties, broadband speed
connection difficulties, broadband speed, cable modem: Yes Routers assign IPs and switches don t. But you only need ONE router. You daisy chain the switch to the router. In that way the switch becomes an extension of the built HTH Scott in switch and any devices connected to it will get an IP from the router....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network confusion, connection difficulties, rich couple
connection difficulties, rich couple, broadband speed: Hi Rich, Couple of things. Firstly is your Internet connection DSL or Cable? I would really need to know this. It is also very important to note, and most people make this same mistake, that bandwidth download is only as good as it s upload speed. When...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network connection in win98, 3com ethernet card, dell optiplex gx 110
3com ethernet card, dell optiplex gx 110, dell optiplex gx: Question: When the headquater disconnect from the booking system, the remote office can connect into the booking system? One remote office or both remote office can connect at the same time after HQ disconnects? Also without the going into the booking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network connections, sage accounting, broadband router
sage accounting, broadband router, win2000 server: In your original post you said that the adsl was connected to the server. I assumed that you had the server setup as a proxy and that everything went through it. So you have the ADSL modem connected to the WAN port of the router and the server and two...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network connectivity issue, dns addresses, properties menu
dns addresses, properties menu, troubled unit: Hello, When such sudden problems occur, best option is to discionenct all the cables and reconnect them, also delete all the previous network configuration and reconfigure all IP s and DNS addresses and geteways. If you have more than one network adapter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network connectivity issue, troubleshooting instructions, troubled unit
troubleshooting instructions, troubled unit, compnetworking: Hi Randy, and thanks for your question. The A network cable is unplugged error is a common problem in windows. It usually doesn t have anything to do a network cable! Here are the troubleshooting instructions directly from Microsoft: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/910389...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network control, firmware upgrades, system menu
firmware upgrades, system menu, firmware version: Hi Les, I would need to know what Operating System and equipment you have. Normally in a router s menu there is a place for parental locks or to simply lock out hours or specific computers. I know many linksys routers have this. If you have a linksys, please...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to network DSL, westel dsl modem, computer from intruders
westel dsl modem, computer from intruders, lan ports: Hi Victor, and thank you for your question. By all means, you should share your internet connection using a device called a router. You would connect a router to the ethernet port on your DSL modem, and then connect your computers to the router. Most...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network design, homework question, design question
homework question, design question, mail: Umm no. It doesn t work that way. Clearly this is a homework question and I am not going to do your homework for you. If you want to show YOUR design, I would be willing to crititque it and maybe make some suggestions. But you have to do your own work....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network drops momentarily & disconnects our database, x windows server, using quickbooks
x windows server, using quickbooks, packet sniffer: Hi Peter, This is very hard to diagnose over email. However do you have a switch anywhere in this configuration. I would try changing this as well. If all is going through the router only, try changing the router as well if you have not done so. My suspicions...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network hardware, cable modem internet, lan ports
cable modem internet, lan ports, wireless capability: Hi Nicky, and thanks for your question. The most important thing you need is a router. This device will connect to your cable modem internet service and allow you to share that service to other computers. It will also protect your computers by acting...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network help, setup a vpn, windows 2000 server
setup a vpn, windows 2000 server, network help: Hi Al, My apologies as I just saw your follow up to this question today and I was on vacation the last 2 weeks, not accepting more questions so I assume the system did not send the follow up either. For printing it will be fine. However when you are...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network home, ethernet network adapter, usb ethernet adapter
ethernet network adapter, usb ethernet adapter, www microsoft com downloads: Hi George, and thanks for your question. It sounds like you are in need of an ethernet network adapter for your desktop computer. There are a couple of ways to go here. The easiest is to buy a USB ethernet adapter. It has a USB connection on one end...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network at home, subnet mask, crossover cable
subnet mask, crossover cable, cat5 cables: My advice is this: Get rid of the crossover cable and get a hub or switch (small 5-port model is around $45) and two regular cat5 cables. Make sure that both the computer have the same workgroup (not domain) name and different computer names. Also make...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to network two individual PC's, crossover cables, cat 5 cable
crossover cables, cat 5 cable, internet printers: Hi Irfan, Essentially to have both computers sharing Internet, printers, etc...you would need a router. Maybe you already have this? Make sure you are NOT using crossover cables, you should not use them with a router, you need a straight through cable....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to network two individual pc's, intel p4, intelligent question
intel p4, intelligent question, outdated computer: Ah, finally an intelligent question from someone who s not running an outdated computer! :D All you need is a router and some cable! I highly recommend Dlink or Linksys routers. Buy one of these (for less than $100) and plug your computers into it. then...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network install, cpa law, drive crash
cpa law, drive crash, server operating system: Hi Paul, and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, this is a questions without a definitive answer. On the one hand, you want to charge as much as possible to maximize your income. On the other hand, you don t want to price yourself out of the market...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network / internet issue, ip subnet, physical connectivity
ip subnet, physical connectivity, cpu server: Tell me one thing --- What d you mean by moved to different location. I belive it still connects to the same old switch -- right? I seems like you have changed the Ethernet Point to which the CPU was connecting (hoping that you have structured cabling)....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network management s/w & antivirus for servers, anti virus software, sofwares
anti virus software, sofwares, minimal control: If you want relatively minimal control at a very cheap price, consider Hyena. Everything else I ve seen is more powerful, but MUCH more expensive. As for anti-virus software, I recommend the server products from McAfee. Avoid anything by Symantec; their products...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network neighbourhood, network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network
network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network, network neighborhood: Dear Sam, If you have only one computer in your home then you should see your own computer in network neighborhood. Provided that you have file and print sharing enabled in network properties and also you login into the network when win98 starts up. any...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network neighbourhood, network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network
network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network, network neighborhood: Unless you have more than one computer on a LAN, then Network Neighborhood is behaving normally. The Entire Network icon is meant to browse a local area network. On some cable systems connecting to the cable is like being on a LAN, but most systems block...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network neighbourhood, network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network
network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network, network neighborhood: Sam, I don;t have idea what do yo want to see but certainly internet can t be seen on network neighboruhood. If you have some computers connected on LAN and you have the same workgroup you can see thos ePCs in network neighborhood. best of luck. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network neighbourhood, network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network
network neighbourhood, unable to browse the network, network neighborhood: Hi Sam, The Network Neighborhood is made to view other computers in your own network (intranet). If you are trying to access other computers in your office or home you need to make sure both computers are using the same protocol like TCP/IP and that both...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network password, wpa psk, modem router
wpa psk, modem router, reset hole: You can, most likely, reset this. Try logging into the router from a computer already on the network. Goto the browser and type in 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 If you don t remember the password for THAT either then try admin or try leaving it blank...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network passwords, network passwords, core network
network passwords, core network, hi lee: Hi Lee, For this to be done you need to deploy Windows 2000/2003 SERVER OS. Then u can create users and while defining access to any particular machine can add the created users you wish should have access to the machine. This will make u enter user...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network printer, linksys router, network printer
linksys router, network printer, peer to peer network: Hello, You will need to configure the printer with an IP address from the range that currently is present on your network. This can be done from the settings on the printer itself, using the keys near the diaplay. Once the IP is assigned to the printer,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network printer, linksys router, network printer
linksys router, network printer, peer to peer network: Does the printer have built in networking? Is there an ethernet jack on it? If there is, then you can plug it directly into the router. Depending on the printer, you can print a configuration page that will list the IP address. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network problem, repeater port, electrical interference
repeater port, electrical interference, network segment: Hi Again Yvette, It depends on what you mean by can t access the network at all . You should first find out what kimd of access the users do have (can they access the Web? Can they ping their gateway router? can they ping each other? etc.). Then you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network problem, tcp ip protocol, subnet mask
tcp ip protocol, subnet mask, network segment: Hi Yvette, Did you say 2 weeks ago? I am just surprised to hear of Windows 98 and 10BaseT? Well first, is the maximum length over 100 meters? If so, that will cause a problem with the network. Do you have a server? Is everything going through a hub or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network problem, using a router, network neighborhood
using a router, network neighborhood, workgroup name: No the router should be fine. For the 98 machine: Right mouse click on Network Neighborhood, choose the Properties option. Click on the Identification tab and there is the computer name and workgroup name. For the ME machine: I have not worked with...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network requirements, linksys wpc54gs, linksys router
linksys wpc54gs, linksys router, satellite c: Hi Ryan, and thanks for your question. If you want to take advantage of all the features of the speedbooster , namely the increased bandwidth (speed) and range of your wireless connections, then yes you need to use a Linksys network adapter that also has...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network set up with a linksys switch and wireless router, dhcp range, broadband internet connection
dhcp range, broadband internet connection, lan ports: Hi Lance, and thanks for your question. To directly answer your questions: 1) Yes, you can connect the gateway router to the switch and use those ports and the wireless to connect to the network. 2) Yes, you can I use DHCP on the router and let...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network switch, spanning tree algorithm, redundant data paths
spanning tree algorithm, redundant data paths, spanning tree protocol: Hello Daniel, STP or Spanning Tree Protocol helps avoid loops in a switched environment. Explanation: Spanning-Tree Protocol is a link management protocol that provides path redundancy while preventing undesirable loops in the network. For an Ethernet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network wire, rj 45 pinout, ethernet network connections
rj 45 pinout, ethernet network connections, wire rj: Hi Dev Raj, and thanks for your question. There are several different RJ standards, the most popular being RJ45 (8-wire), RJ-11, and RJ-12 (6-wire). I will assume you are looking for the RJ-45 pinout (wire configuration), since that is most often used...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network, network wizard, desk top
network wizard, desk top, pro desktop: Well first you need to turn on File and Print sharing on the Desktop. Then you need to share the printer and whatever other resources you want to share. Finally you will need to install the printer on the laptop. XP Home is not the best platform for networking....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networked printer, crossover cables, connecting 2 computers
crossover cables, connecting 2 computers, firewall settings: Hi Peter, Always nice to hear from another expert! What section are you in? My first question (or second) would be, are the computers able to see each other? If not, then they will not be able to see the printer. Are all the computers, including the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networked printers and VPN, remote desktop connection, networked printers
remote desktop connection, networked printers, vpn connectivity: Hi Michael, as you said that you are able to access the Terminal Services and servers using your backup VPN connectivity, for accessing the Printers you need to check that the IP address scheme used by your printers is also mentined on the router/firewall...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, alcatel speed touch, alcatel speed touch home
alcatel speed touch, alcatel speed touch home, local computer store: Computer / DSL Modem --- Router --Computer Computer Hi, you to need to insure file print sharing is enabled. Find set up local network in the Network properties....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, 3com router, ehternet
3com router, ehternet, cable modem: Hello, Connect the modem to your server, your server has to have two ethernet ports, connect the uplink from the 3com router to the server too, then conenct the computers to the ethernet ports on the router. For cabling, use cross cables from router to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, crossover cables, linksys router
crossover cables, linksys router, cat 5 cable: Hi Toni, First make sure that DHCP is turned on. DHCP is what gives out an IP address to your computer along with all the information it needs to access the Internet. You can turn that on in the router s configuration menu. Make sure you are not using...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, tcp ip settings, mask 2
tcp ip settings, mask 2, adsl router: Hello, The following will be the values in the manually addressing scheme: Subnet mask on all PC s: 255.255.255.0 Default gateway on all PC s: 192.168.1.100 (the LAN IP address on your ADSL router) The DNS servers will be the one s given by your ISP....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, home networking wizard, tcp ip settings
home networking wizard, tcp ip settings, adsl router: Set all computers to an IP address of 192.168.xxx. Make sure each computer has a different IP address. Set the default gateway to the IP address of the ADSL router. Depending on the operating system you are running, this may or may not require a reboot. Set...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, isp internet service, dell 8400
isp internet service, dell 8400, internet service provider: Hi Penny, Yes it s a part of Networking but if you don t plan to share files, just the Internet, it s quite simple. First, what I would suggest is to get yourself a router. A router is typically a splitter but at the same time has firmware that allows...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, fiber converters, network inspector
fiber converters, network inspector, network switches: Hi, First are you getting any errors? If there messages in the event viewer...that would be the first place to start. If there are error messages, here s a link to Microsoft explaining each error: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/clustering/nlbevtms.mspx...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about networking, internet services provider, dial up internet services
internet services provider, dial up internet services, own mail: Dear Bill, If you are getting a router then you need to understand that the router needs to obtain an IP address from you Internet Services Provider (Ex. AOL or Earthlink). You need to find out from the router how to tell if you obtain this IP address...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, wireless lan adapter, dsl internet connection
wireless lan adapter, dsl internet connection, dsl modem: Hi Bill, and thanks for your questions. You have two basic options as far as sharing your DSL internet connection. For both options, you need a device called a router. A router connects to your DSL modem, and then your computers connect to the router....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, taxi cab company, tow truck operators
taxi cab company, tow truck operators, real time data: Hello, As I had mentioned in the earlier response, you have to connect both the locations to the internet using ADSL. The ADSL service provider can give you the equipment which can setup a site to site IPSEC VPN. You can mention these requiremetns to your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking 2 computers, networking two computers, network wizard
networking two computers, network wizard, network neighborhood: Sorry, the way that I receive these questions sometimes acts wierd. TO make connections: Click STARTRUN type \thecomputername or IP address of the one you want to connect toc$ If prompted for a password: thecomputername you are connecting tousername...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking 2 computers through a hub, hub uplink, dsl modem
hub uplink, dsl modem, correct ip: Hello, If there s no seperate uplink port, then any port can be connected to the DSL modem and other ports to the PC s. Make sure you have the correct IP addressing setup, best option would be to make the DSL modem as the DHCP server and get IP s authomatically....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking 2 computers, cat 5 cable, lan ports
cat 5 cable, lan ports, ethernet cables: Hi Chuck, and thanks for your question. You should just connect them both to the router, assuming that the router has 2 or more LAN ports available on it. The PCs will be able to talk to each other, to share files or printers. If it s a router with just...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking of 2 systems, scot, hub
scot, hub, networking: I would need more info to help, like your reason to network, what you want to gain by doing so. What versions of Windows. How you connect to the Internet, etc. You might want to check out practicallynetworked.com. Its a great site for info on networking....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, cisco router, nic cards
cisco router, nic cards, router dsl: Hi Ken, You can do this. If you want the two NIC cards to remain separate, and never pass traffic to each other, then that configuration is possible in Windows NT / 2000 Servers. You can deselect the forward IP packets option in the network configuration...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, basic knowledge, computer networks
basic knowledge, computer networks, ppl: Well, the most used language in the world is English. Most of the internet is written in it and most programming. If you want to get into any thing computers for a career, etc. you need good English. That s my official recommendation!! DISCLAIMER: Don...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, ipx spx, cross over cable
ipx spx, cross over cable, static ip addresses: Well Aliakbar, that is a good question, one that can be really eazy and one that can be very hard to answer. Eazy - have two computers, have network equipment, ie. router, hub, or cross over cable. Know what the ip-addresses are for each pc. Tell the computer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, desktop folders, networking capabilities
desktop folders, networking capabilities, labtop: Hi Matt, I don t know your level of expertise, but in either case it does not hurt to go through all the basics as it could be a small oversight. A small note, Windows XP Pro, is really what you need, which is your case. The difference between both products...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, reboot windows 2000, network setup wizard
reboot windows 2000, network setup wizard, network neighbourhood: Fairly easy. Plug them into the LAN ports on the router. Then, configuring them will vary depending on the OS.. directions below... ==Windows XP== 1) Goto the Control Panel (via the Start Menu) 2) Goto Networking 3) Open the Network Setup Wizard...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, dsl modem router, netgear dg834gt
dsl modem router, netgear dg834gt, adsl router: Hi Mo, and thanks for your question. Normally, you cannot use a DSL modem/router with cable internet. They use completely a different communication technology. You dont say what make and model of router you have, but if is has an ethernet WAN port, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, natu, tcpip
natu, tcpip, warp: Hello, TCP/IP is such a vast topic that I will be unable to fit all details here. I suggest you to go through the articles at the following links for a better understanding for TCP/IP - www.yale.edu/pclt/COMM/TCPIP.HTM www.cisco.com/warp/public/535/4.html...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, mail server software, internal mail
mail server software, internal mail, e mail: You are getting a little bit out of my area of expertise. I can tell you that a mail server is actually software that can be installed and run on any PC on the LAN. If you only want to use it for e-mail within your LAN, you can. I would suggest doing a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, token ring technology, bus topologies
token ring technology, bus topologies, school campuses: Hello, Following are the most common network topologies used - Bus Topology Bus networks (not to be confused with the system bus of a computer) use a common backbone to connect all devices. A single cable, the backbone functions as a shared communication...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, loptop, ping command
loptop, ping command, network path: Hello, Check the connectivity to the linux server using the ping command. If you can ping the server but are unable to access its directories, then probably you do have the necessary permissions to access the server. In this case you need to contact the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, homework questions, data packets
homework questions, data packets, computing resources: 1. To share computing resources 2. By sending data packets across the network I know these are brief answers, but I generally do not answer homework questions (which this appears to be) and several books have been written on the answer to #2. So its really...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, twisted pair cable, sending mail
twisted pair cable, sending mail, protocol internet: Hi, What is static and dynamic routing. Well, I guess first we need to explain what routing is. I ll try to give the thousand mile high level overview. Networks - that is data networks - are made up of devices (like PC s) that communicate between...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, dynamic routing protocols, dynamic protocols
dynamic routing protocols, dynamic protocols, csma cd: Hello, Static Routing - Static routing is not really a protocol, simply the manual entry of routes into the routing table via a configuration file that is loaded when the device starts up. Static routing is the simplest form of routing, but it is manual...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, class c network, adapter configuration
class c network, adapter configuration, x network: Hello, You would have to use a class B mask, 255.255.0.0 so that the host and the DNS server which are on networks 164.11.7.x and 164.11.222.x will comunicate with each other. A route to the 164.11.x.x network would be enough to find a route to the DNS...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, network routers, data packets
network routers, data packets, lan: A router takes in data packets and determines where those packets should be routed to. Then sends them on. They are needed to manage the traffic across the Internet and between the Internet and a LAN There are several levels of routers. You can find more...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, office hope, thanks a million
office hope, thanks a million, office computer: I assume your office is located a distance from your home. I would recommend using LogMeIn.com or GotoMyPC.com for this. LogMeIn.com offers a free account, but the free account doesn t include file transfers, though you can e-mail the files from your home...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, usb network adapter, network cables
usb network adapter, network cables, lan port: Hi Tina, and thanks for your question. You ve done good work to isolate the problem to one computer that seems to be causing the problem. Now, you just need to figure out what about that computer may be causing the problem. My first thought is a hardware...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, broadband routers, cable modem
broadband routers, cable modem, second computer: Huh? You can afford to buy a second cable modem but not a router? Generally the router is cheaper. And no you cannot just do this. Your cable service has to approve each modem so you would probably have to pay an additional monthly fee for adding another...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, connectionless services, oriented services
connectionless services, oriented services, nncss: Dear Vinu, Connection oriented connection means a call have to be setup, before any data can tranfer( such as dialing a phone, before talking). connectionless oriented connection means you just send the data and hope it gets to the destination( similar...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, technet security, microsoft site
technet security, microsoft site, server security: Hi, You will need to setup policies for users and/or groups in the Active Directory. From there you can prevent everything from installation of software to the background on the desktop and eliminate the command prompt, etc... Here is a link to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, hub router, webopidia
hub router, webopidia, getway: Hi, Here are a few sites that might be of interest to you. They detail all of the acronyms and what they do. http://www.htmlgoodies.com/cgi.htm Webopidia is also a very goo one. Just type in the word you are looking for and a detailed explanation...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, networking concept, network frame
networking concept, network frame, chance thanks: Hello, You can read a few good articles on the internet to get the knowledge abt networking and the concepts of frame relay and other wan technologies.... i will suggest you some links for frame relay: http://www.free-definition.com/Frame-relay.html ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, printers and faxes, network wizard
printers and faxes, network wizard, desk top: You can share the drives by right clicking on the drive from My Computer and select sharing and security. Also, you can connect by mapping: Click Start Run then type \the name of the computerc$ or any other drive letter followed by the $...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking configuration, netgear router, netgear mr814v2
netgear router, netgear mr814v2, verizon dsl modem: Hello, The same router with a v3 comes at speeds of 1,2,5.5 and 11 Mbps, with auto fallback. Make sure the wireless adapter attached to your computer is working at more than 3 Mbps, which will then force the router to connect at the same speed. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking emails, outlook express 6, using outlook express
outlook express 6, using outlook express, second computer: Hi again, Jimmy. To leave a message on the server, in Outlook Express 6, Tools... Accounts... Properties... Advanced tab... check Leave a copy of messages on server . Note that if you do this on both computers, your messages will accumulate on the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking family machines, netgear router, dell inspiron laptop
netgear router, dell inspiron laptop, linksys router: Hi David, I don t know why their hardware limits 5 mac addresses but esentially if you have a DSL connection you can put any DSL hardware on it. Only older DSL connections from a long time ago where sometimes proprietary because some companies had bought...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking field, cisco academy, networking field
cisco academy, networking field, tek systems: First, congratulations on your certifications. Second, anyone who does not hire someone with a CCNA is nuts. Third, try to get any computer-related job, from help desk to printer servicing, that you can get; once they see how good you are, they will consider...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking a firewall, two network cards, firewall antivirus
two network cards, firewall antivirus, internet ports: Have you opened the usual internet ports (80, etc.) on the firewall? Does the firewall software know that it should not be filtering the network card that is connected to the rest of the network (as opposed to the internet?) Regards, Charlie ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking help, setup a network, networking help
setup a network, networking help, network neighborhood: Dear Dee, Since you have a router, the router will assign an individual IP address for your Laptop and desktop. Find out the IP on Win98 by running winipcfg in command prompt. Find out the IP on WinXP by running ipconfig in command prompt. Then...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking two home computers, networking wizard, service pack 1a
networking wizard, service pack 1a, share cable: Do you know what both the computer names are? Do you know their IP addresses? If you do you can try to search for them with WINDOWS Explorer by typing \ IP address or \ computer name in the address bar. By doing this you will see all the shares...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking over the internet, transfer protocol server, ftp file transfer protocol
transfer protocol server, ftp file transfer protocol, file transfer protocol: Hi Gert, and thank you for your question. It *may* be possible to access your office computer files from your home across the internet. It depends on how your office network is set up. Many corporate networks are protected by a firewall to prevent unwanted...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking a pc and a mac, mshome workgroup, subnet mask
mshome workgroup, subnet mask, cross over cable: Hi Jo, I believe the problem is due to your physical architecture. You need to install a second network interface in your MAC. Leave the wifi card connected to the router. Install a cable based card to connect directly to the PC with a Cat5 cross-over...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking a pc and a mac, mshome workgroup, firewall norton
mshome workgroup, firewall norton, using a router: Hi Jo, have you checked to see if Microsoft s firewall is turn on. this will block all network connections. Right click network place, left click properties, right click local area connections, left click properties, select advanced tab, un-check the firewall....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking a printer, file printer, canon mp 830
file printer, canon mp 830, share files: Hi Mike, It is probably true that the printer cannot be connected to a network directly. However, you will have no trouble hooking up the printer the same way that you HP is connected, and print to it using Microsoft File & Printer Sharing. For future...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking with a router and a hub, using a router, luck jim
using a router, luck jim, computer1: You got it, just ensure that you have anti-virus and firewalls on each computer; the router will help protect your computers but not enough. When using a router, it will receive the IP address from your modem, then the router will send out new IP address to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking S/W on XP pro 2002, modem router, subnet mask
modem router, subnet mask, dhcp server: First, its very hard to diagnose problems like these remotely. Based on the info you have given me I still say it sounds like a connection issue. It might help if you answered my questions. Another question is whether you can ping the router or any other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking/speed, cable internet providers, shaw cable
cable internet providers, shaw cable, network speed: Hi Dax, and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, you are pretty much out of luck. Yes, I know of Shaw Cable, and they work pretty much like all the other cable internet providers - they limit your bandwidth both inbound and outbound, and you can t...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking/speed, server ip address, dhcp server
server ip address, dhcp server, shaw cable: Hello Dax, Looking at your current setup, I think all your PC s in the network will have the DHCP server IP address as the gateway. I assume that you have conencted your internet from your cable modem to one of the routers, and then passed it on to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to networking between win XP and win ME, hub switch router, workgroup name
hub switch router, workgroup name, crossover cable: Here is why you should not use a crossover cable: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;278870 I recommend that you get a switch and two network cables (standard) and connect them together. Do both computers have the same workgroup...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking a wireless and non-wireless, norton internet security, wireless access point
norton internet security, wireless access point, router function: Ok, first, a broadband wireless router is generally three devices in one. The router function is used to share an internet connection. The switch part is used to connect wired devices. The Wireless Access Point (WAP) is used to connect wireless devices. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, pear to pear, barnes and noble
pear to pear, barnes and noble, setting up a network: Hi Mr. V, There is a lot of different steps to take in setting up a network it is hard for me to tell step by step, especially if you have never done it before. I recommed that you go down to Barnes and Noble or a local book store and purchase Networking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about networks, cisco certifications, career certifications
cisco certifications, career certifications, cisco web: Hi Zaheer, and thanks for your question. As a networking professional, it s always good to hear when students such as yourself display an interest in the field. It is very interesting work and the landscape is constantly changing. Networking is a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networks, port address translation, wikipedia
port address translation, wikipedia, shtml: Hello, Please visit the links below for the details. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Port_address_translation http://www.enterasys.com/products/whitepapers/ssr/network-trans/ http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_white_paper09186a0080091cb9.shtml...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networks, clearing arp cache, network setup wizard
clearing arp cache, network setup wizard, home comps: Well, in your Network Connections control panel - make sure you ve removed any old connections or bridges. The only one you need is Local Area Connection. Then, run the Network Setup Wizard, and it should set everything up automagically for you :)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about networks, networking certification, programming skill
networking certification, programming skill, network professionals: Hello, Programming skill are not mandatory for networking, it will be an advantage for you. You can start learning networking anytime, but you should have a basic knowledge of LAN and network structure. I can suggest you to start with the course for CCNA...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: new printer on old network, printer name, printer sharing
printer name, printer sharing, tcp ip: When you use the search in Vista and it doesn t find a printer, there is a choice for The printer I want isn t listed . Select that. The next screen Gives you a choice to Add a printer using a TCP/IP address. Use that and enter the IP address for the PC the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: new to SBC DSL-have”Zone Alarm”--need router firewall?, schlage lock, mini hub
schlage lock, mini hub, port 10mbps: A hardware firewall is generally superior to a software one. Its like the difference between a Medco lock and a Schlage lock. The Schlage will keep out most people but a determined attack will get in. A Medco might repel all but the most determined attacks....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: new to SBC DSL-have”Zone Alarm”--need router firewall?, linksys router, wep encryption
linksys router, wep encryption, mini hub: Hi Roark, It is first important to understand that Zone Alarm is what is called a software firewall . It prevents certain programs or Viruses from giving out information, it blocks access to the Internet and so forth. But it is nowhere near as good as...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: nosie co worker, personal mail, mail service
personal mail, mail service, limit web: Hi John, and thanks for your question. The quick answer is that your employer can track and control any of your access to the internet, including IM, email, and web surfing. Since you work for them, and they own the building, the wiring and probably the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: notebook internet hookup, internet hookup, dell inspiron notebook
internet hookup, dell inspiron notebook, internet infrastructure: Hi Robert and thanks for your question. The easiest and best thing to do is to buy a router. A router is a device that connects to your cable modem, and to which you connect your PCs. A router is easy to set up, and it not only lets you share your internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: notebook pc, major hotel chains, wireless internet connection
major hotel chains, wireless internet connection, slow as molasses: Alright. Let s slow down.. MM kay.. Well, first of all you purchase a Wireless Router .. Then, you plug your DSL modem INTO the router. From there, you can connect wirelessly to the router and it also has 4 wired ports too.. To find a good laptop,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: notebook, wireless pci card, wireless internet connection
wireless pci card, wireless internet connection, internet hot spots: Hi Mark, I know the terminolgy gets confusing, but essentially all wireless routers will do the job. The wireless wouter is a router with 2 antenaes that sends a wireless signal. You still need a cable or DSL modem to plug into it. If you see a DSL router,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: nt issue, alternate copy, peer topeer
alternate copy, peer topeer, dell poweredge: Hello Paul, I had come across an article some time back regarding such a problem, I am mentioning that here: ======================================== The LOGON.SCR trick To successfully reset the local administrator s password on Windows NT and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Object is to create VNC connection to computers which are not on the internet., tcp ip connection, installing software
tcp ip connection, installing software, hassan: Hassan, To have a TCP/IP connection you need to configure RAS server on the windows m/c that you are dialling into. Else you need to have a s/w installed and configured which can do the same job. Once done, VNC can be established between the IPs. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Obtaining IP, crossed cable, window nt server
crossed cable, window nt server, google: Ramon, this can be done but the server PC need to support this. In fact it should function as a router and transfer all request to her PC. If its a WIndow Nt server OS it can be done easily. THere are a lot of softwares which can get all the logs and send...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Obtaining IP, crossed cable, illegal activites
crossed cable, illegal activites, server pc: Her IP is probably an Internal IP. which means its not directly addressable from the Internet. Plus if I understand your question you are asking how to hack into her computer to spy on her IRC activities. I do not suypport illegal activites (hacking)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Obtaining IP, record logs, crossed cable
record logs, crossed cable, google: You wont be able to monitor or connect to the other PC remotely. This is because ICS NAT s the connection of the connecting PC in order to share the connection. As for software that you can install locally on her machine to record logs, please do a search...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Obtaining IP, crossed cable, server pc
crossed cable, server pc, e mail: Hi Jeff, Sorry this is outside my expertise, however there is this site that might help: http://www.irchelp.org/ As for the IP address, there is no way unless you were to install Dynamic Update on the computer. This will require a little reading but...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Obtaining IP, web server traffic, router port
web server traffic, router port, crossed cable: Hi Ramon, and thanks for your question. You can easily determine the IP address of the PC in question. Just have your girlfriend open a command window (Start... Run... command), and type in ipconfig. It will display the IP address, probably something...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Occupation, technical support engineer, experience certifications
technical support engineer, experience certifications, network system administrator: Hello Paul, I dont mind you asking this question at all. After I completed my CCNA and A+, I started working as a technical support engineer, during which I was fortunate to get some experience on real networks, with high end devices. Then the nexe...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Odd "cannot connect" problem, network adapter drivers, tcp ip stack
network adapter drivers, tcp ip stack, cat 5 cable: Hello Matt, All I can say is that you have tried most of things that can be done to sort out such a problem. I can suggest you to uninstall the service pack as you think, but before that, try reinstalling the network adapter drivers and the TCp/IP stack...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Office LAN, lan ports, port router
lan ports, port router, hub switch: Dear Jay, I have not seem a DSL router with 10 LAN ports. But you can get a 4 port router and a switch/hub with 10 ports. The cheapest way to go is to get the router and a switch. All the workstation with connect to the hub/switch to get Internet connections....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Old Server, compaq proliant 1600, compaq proliant
compaq proliant 1600, compaq proliant, proliant 800: Hi, Well the Compaq Proliant is a very good and reliable server. Obviously, as you stated, the hard disks are your problem and opting for a new server, depending on the size of the organization, seems like a good move. However I think it would be a waste...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Old server, compaq proliant 1600, compaq proliant
compaq proliant 1600, compaq proliant, 500mhz processor: Without knowing more about the layout and uses of your network, its hard to advise. It should be able to function as a file and print server with no problem. If you plan on scrapping it. I ll pay for shipping if you want to send it to me :). Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Online Gaming with Belkin Router, belkin 54g f5d7230uk4, subnet mask
belkin 54g f5d7230uk4, subnet mask, protocol settings: Hello, Even I am not very much sure about the condition you r are facing (sorry for that) but thinking logically, I believe that the Virtual Server IP address should be in the same subnet as the default Gateway IP. To make the things simple and to minimize...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Getting Online, pc card slots, usb ports
pc card slots, usb ports, wireless lan: Hi Mark and thanks for your question. Yes, you should be able to get online. Your computer should have either USB ports, PCMCIA ( PC Card ) slots, or both. You can get a wireless LAN ( WiFi ) adapter for either of these interfaces. Here are some examples...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: OpenBSD, berkeley software distribution, university of california berkeley
berkeley software distribution, university of california berkeley, open source operating system: OpenBSD is a Unix-like Open Source operating system that is has it s roots in BSD (Berkeley Software Distribution). BSD is a branch of Unix that was developed at the University of California - Berkeley. You don t really see BSD around much anymore, it was...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Opening Shared Folder On LAN, adsl internet connection, windows 2000 desktop
adsl internet connection, windows 2000 desktop, auckland new zealand: Security on W2K can be a tricky affair. This is because W2K is meant to be part of a server based network for authentication. There are two areas where you need to establish permissions. When you right click on a folder in W2K, there should be 2 tabs, Sharing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Outlook slowing down on VPN, tunnel endpoints, ip precedence
tunnel endpoints, ip precedence, vpn access: Hello, You can mark the traffic using the following traffic specific properties - For HTTP, define access list to mark traffic on port 80 define policy map to classify this traffic set the IP precedence or DSCP for this traffic For Outlook, ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: office machine for home use, netware logon, novell server
netware logon, novell server, hp notebook: Hi Lisa, The Netware logon you are getting is from a Novell Client software installed. The company is using a Novell server instead of a Windows 2000/2003 server or a combination. There are always ways around log on screens but they are a little difficult...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Will my older computer work on a wireless internet hookup, wireless hookup, internet hookup
wireless hookup, internet hookup, wireless network adapter: Hello, and thanks for your question. You absolutely can use your older computer on your internet connection. Common online tasks like web browsing, reading and sending email, and even viewing video clips and the like do not require a powerful computer....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cannot open the document, windows xp client, macro security
windows xp client, macro security, security rights: Hi, If permissions are set rigght on the server, then I would try 2 things: 1) Try the same user from another computer, this will eliminate beyond all doubts that it s not a security rights problem but rather a workstation related problem. 2) Check...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: open ports, netcomm nb5, internet radio station
netcomm nb5, internet radio station, adsl router: Hello Ian, As you have configured port forwarding on your ADSL router that should actually help you open up the port 8000 on ur ADSL router. To make sure that whether the port is open or not check out the logs of the Router for any kind of allowance or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: opening a Mac server address on my PC, tcp ip protocol, os x panther
tcp ip protocol, os x panther, appletalk protocol: Hi Joe, First you need to find out what Mac O/S is installed on that computer. If it s an OS 9, it is probably running the Appletalk protocol by default. OS X (Panther) might not by default but that should be double checked. Normally PC s run the universal...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Page not found when opening gmail, web monitoring software, proxy problem
web monitoring software, proxy problem, yahoomail: Hi Gokul, There are two possibilities if some of the sites are not opening 1) Browser setting problem 2) Proxy problem If you are not sharing the Internet connection, then problem must be with browser setting. You can resolve the browser problem by...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Password prompt, computer boots, dsl modem
computer boots, dsl modem, modum: This appears to be the prompt to enter your DSL password. I would recommend that you turn the DSL modem on first and then the computer. That should eliminate the password prompt. I would further recommend that you leave the modem on all the time so that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC not connecting to LAN, reloading windows, intel pentium
reloading windows, intel pentium, office depot: Check a couple of things, first ensure that your cat5 cable is good, check to be sure that they are plugged properly. Check your router make sure that it is functioning properly. Try reinstalling the drivers for the lan. Also try another pc at the same location...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My PC is not connecting to the network, networking stack, reboot windows
networking stack, reboot windows, lan adapter card: Hi Karthik, and thanks for your question. Media Disconnected is a low-level (hardware) error message. XP can t see the network are the hardware level. It s unlikely that reinstalling Windows will help. The first thing is to make sure the BIOS is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My PC genrates too much traffic on LAN !, packet analyzer, check traffic
packet analyzer, check traffic, office lan: Hello, I suggest that you mirror the switch port on which you PC is attached to the switch and have a packet analyzer such as Ethereal scan the traffic that is generated from your PC. That will help you determine which application is generating the traffic...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: one PC, two keyboards, mice and monitors, example microsoft, dumb terminal
example microsoft, dumb terminal, microsoft server: Hi, Unfortunately no you cannot really do that. The are specific IRQs and addresses in the computers hardware that are assigned for those peripherals. You can plug 2 monitors without any problems if your video card supports it, however that is mostly used...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC & Lap Top, gilles brunet, direct cable connection
gilles brunet, direct cable connection, vpn access: Hi Gilles, If you have the program installed on both computers you could copy, through a network card, direct cable connection, USB external drive, or a bunch more, the data from one computer to the other. That would permit you to have the same information...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC & Laptop communication, gilles brunet, network interface cards
gilles brunet, network interface cards, cat 5 cables: Hi Gilles, there are two ways, first, you can try using floppy disk and transfer data this, it is the cheapest but most time consuming way of transferring data. Or you can buy your self a network. There are two types, first is hardwired the second is wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC to Mac, wireless print server, rj 45 connection
wireless print server, rj 45 connection, apple world: There is nothing that I know of that will allow you to network a MAC to a PC using a peer-to-peer setup. I do not deal with the Apple world and I try to stay as far away from it as possible, so things might have changed that I don t know about. Yes there...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC Networking, isp internet service, internet service provider
isp internet service, internet service provider, internet signal: Hi David, The purpose of the router is to remove the access from the computer itself and enable all computers in your network to access the Internet through it, while of course providing much better security. So to answer your question, it will not be running...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC to PC connection via broadban and dialup, remote access server, dialup modem
remote access server, dialup modem, insight network: Hi Dave, and thanks for your question. Yes, you should be able to do this. Windows comes with a feature called Remote Access Server (RAS). Here s an article that explains what to do, step by step: http://www.zdnetasia.com/insight/network/0,39044847,39050037-39000223c-1,00.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC to PC patch cableing, asus a8v deluxe, cat 5e crossover cable
asus a8v deluxe, cat 5e crossover cable, athlon 800: The easies thing to do here would be to pull the hard drive out of the old one and stick it the new one as a slave and then copy the data from the slave to the master. Then pull the drive out and you are all set. Just remember that you cannot copy programs,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC sharing modem connectivity, modem connectivity, dial ups
modem connectivity, dial ups, o modem: First of all you are going to run into problems with that crossover cable. You need to get rid of it and get a small (5-port) hub or switch. As for the internet sharing, I do not recommend sharing a dial-up connection between two or more computers. The...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC troubleshoot, windows version, jumper
windows version, jumper, sorry for the delay: Hi, Sorry for the delay in responding as I received more questions than suppose to. In order to help you I would need more information about the problem. Are you talking about the boot up screen in Windows? If so, which version. If the problem is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC VS NOTEBOOK, cross over cable, adapter settings
cross over cable, adapter settings, ethernet cable: Hello, Just get a cross over cable from the local hardware store and connect the two ethernet ports on the two devices to the ends of thr cable. In the network adapter settings, give a fixed IP address like 192.168.1.1 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PC and XBox into a wired router. The XBox works fine, but the PC..., dynamic host configuration protocol, 2wire homeportal
dynamic host configuration protocol, 2wire homeportal, host configuration protocol: You are welcome. If it connects in safe mode, it might be a program or firewall software interfering with the Network Card. Try turning off such software to see if it works. If it does, then you know the culprit. Meanwhile try the steps mentioned above...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PCanywhere connection, domain thanks, pcanywhere host
domain thanks, pcanywhere host, video resolution: I would suggest turning to Symantec tech support for this. I do know there is a setting to put the Host ready for another call when a session is ended. But it sounds like that is set properly. Another thought could be that there is a change in the video resolution....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PcAnyWhere !, adsl modem router, pcanywhere software
adsl modem router, pcanywhere software, internal lan: Hello, The mapping is configured on the router when you setup the port forwarding. That means you have already configured this part, as you must have forwarded the PcAnywhere ports for the internal LAN IP address to the WAN public IP address. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Peer to peer windows XP Pro sharing, remote backup service, backup machine
remote backup service, backup machine, admin accounts: Create a local administrator account on each workstation. Then create a new share on each workstation and on the permissions tab, add both the workstation user and the administrator account. Then on the backup machine, map to the workstations using the local...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Perform Natting, adsl modem router, adsl ip
adsl modem router, adsl ip, ip camera: Generally what you need to do is either setup port forwarding of the port the camera broadcasts on set up the PC the camera is attached to as a DMZ so it can be access from the ADSL IP. I would do some research on WEB cams for more details. HTH Scott...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Perform Natting, adsl modem router, ip camera
adsl modem router, ip camera, tanslation: Two options Evana, If you can send you configurtaion to me nothing like it. Else. CHeck weather you have told the interfaces which interface is inside and which is out side. You can run show commands on router to check if it is doiing tanslation in correct...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Perform Natting, adsl modem router, camera ip
adsl modem router, camera ip, ip camera: Hello, We can only map one internal IP to an external IP for one port. What you can do is, change the configuration for the camera or the router to work on port 8080, then map the camera IP to external for port 80 (say) and then map router IP to external...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PIX access-list, external ip address, vpn option
external ip address, vpn option, static nat: Hello, The best option would be the site to site VPN option which gives you the most secure connection between the two remote sites. If thats too slow for you, then you can just give way for the encryption and just transfer the files across using the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Ping, ip implementations, denial of service attack
ip implementations, denial of service attack, host os: Hi Ankit, You are right. These days there are very few TCP/IP implementations which support broadcat ping. I know that Cisco IOS still supports this feature, but there are very few host OS, which support it now. If you want to find all the live PCs on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PLZ help me connec t to lan, cross over cable, lan game
cross over cable, lan game, ethernet cable: Hi Cody, and thanks for your question. Playing a LAN game is fun - and pretty easy to set up, especially if your computers have network interfaces built in(and most do). If there is just the two of you, then all you need is a special ethernet cable,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pleas explane VLAN, virtual local area networks, layer 3 routing
virtual local area networks, layer 3 routing, local area networks: Dear Kyaw, VLANs As networks have grown in size and complexity, many companies have turned to virtual local area networks (VLANs) to provide some way of structuring this growth logically. Basically, a VLAN is a collection of nodes that are grouped together...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Please sir answer me, windows millenium, adsl router
windows millenium, adsl router, hub switch: Hello, You need to see that if your ADSL router has any ethernet ports on it. If there are any Ethernet ports available then you can simply plug in both of your machines into them and access the internet on both the machines. If you do not have ADSL...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How this, source ip address, router internet
source ip address, router internet, static network: Hello, When class 2 scenario guests plug in there laptops to the ethernet ports, if they have a fixed IP address which is not in the same address range as that of the switch in the hotel network, the laptop wont be able to communicate with the switch at...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How this PnP network works?, modem dial, static network
modem dial, static network, networking computers: I don t see how it can. If youy have a specific location making this claim, ask them how they can do it. Most networked PCs use DHCP. Especially for people who use laptops and may use it from multiple locations. Hardcoding an IP just doesn t msake a lot of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Port distribution.., routing protocols, network segment
routing protocols, network segment, data elements: Routed Protocol - IP, IPX, Decnet, Appletalk etc Routing Protocol - RIP, EIGRP, IGRP, OSPF, ISIS etc A routed protocol contains the data elements required for a packet to be sent outside of its host netowkr or network segment. That is, they know what information...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Port Forwarding for home web server, web server project, internal web server
web server project, internal web server, home web server: Hi Alan, It seems that whatever you have configured, even though I feel it is right, is not somehow working. What I cna suggest is try accessing the URL using the public IP to which the internal web server port 80 and 8080 are forwarded. If possible try...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Ports, command windows, windows 2000 proffesional
command windows, windows 2000 proffesional, batch file: You need to hit the start button, then run, then, in the box that open, type: cmd and hit the enter key. This opens the command windows, from which netstat is run. Then type: netstat -an /find /i listening and hit the enter key. You will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Ports, ftp works, natu
ftp works, natu, ports: Hello Yasir, FTP works on two ports, namely 21 and 20. The 20 port is used for data transfer whereas the 21 port is used for establishing and maintaining the connection. When a server listens for FTP requests, it listens on port 21, and opens many child...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Possible to view LIVE Router connections, cisco routers, natu
cisco routers, natu, cisco: Hello, You can check who are logged onto the cisco routers using the following command - show users you will need to be connected to the router via the console or telnet lines. It will also display the IP address of the connected device. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Powerline Networking, ethernet bridges, session encryption
ethernet bridges, session encryption, power line networking: Hi Nathan and thanks for your questions. All consumer-grade power-line LAN equipment includes security features. These allow you to configure whatever level of security you are comfortable with. At a minimum, you should simply turn on session encryption....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PPPoA vs. PPPoE, variable length packets, ethernet protocol
variable length packets, ethernet protocol, pppoa: 1.) There is no difference. 2.) There is no difference. The difference between the two is that a PPPoE modem uses the Ethernet protocol to do whatever it needs to do, the PPPoA modems uses Asynchonous Transfer Mode (which uses very small, fixed-length...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PROTOCOL, routing protocols, information bout
routing protocols, information bout, protocol: Dear ihsan routed protocol means the protocols which are to be carried within the packets to the destination. this is the information bout the packetas well as data. i.e. ip address, fcs n all fields. well and routing protocols are those which provides...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Prerequisites for using an ADSL Modem Router, mshome workgroup, windows xp network configuration
mshome workgroup, windows xp network configuration, modem router: Hi Alberto, and thanks for your question. Your goal of sharing your internet connection should be an easy one. First of all, I recommend a router that connects to your PC with ethernet instead of USB. Ethernet is much faster than USB, and is easier to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Previous Question, windows xp cd, registry mechanic
windows xp cd, registry mechanic, scannow: Hi again Wally, Something seems to be wrong witgh the Operating System or the registries of the O/S. You can try 2 things. The first is to get your original Windows XP CD, go to the start menu, click on Run and then type SFC /SCANONCE /SCANNOW. That...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Disconnecting, hp laserjet 1300, share folders
hp laserjet 1300, share folders, server nic: This is a network issue. Its either the server nic, a router, or a switch problem. When you see the disconnect, check to see if the switch is rebooting? This may indicate a bad network cable in your network. If the switch is not flashing (as if it were...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Issue, dell wireless 1450, internet wirelessly
dell wireless 1450, internet wirelessly, dell desktop: Assuming both computers are running XP, you need to share at least one folder on each machine, reboot them, wait 15 seconds, and then reboot. This forces one of the machines to adopt the browse master role for the network. It may take up to 15 minutes for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Network Issue, bluetooth printer adapter, linksys wireless g
bluetooth printer adapter, linksys wireless g, broadband internet connection: Hi Paul, and thanks for your question. I searched around and found this device: http://www.dlink.com/products/?sec=0&pid=314 It connects to your printer s USB interface, and allows you to print to it directly using Bluetooth. Using this device, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Network Issue, parallel printer port, linksys wireless g
parallel printer port, linksys wireless g, dell 2400: Hi Paul, Actually you only need one of those things, not both as they are pratically the same. Bluetooth is a standard for short range wireless communications, often between mobile phones, PDAs and portable computers and desktops. Some overlap exists...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer networking, network printer, correct path
network printer, correct path, hth: First, you need to have File and Print sharing enabled on the PCs. Then you have to set the printer to be shared. Finally you have to install the printer on the other PC. You might be able to do this by selcting it as a network printer. Or you mat have to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer networking, cable internet connection, high speed cable
cable internet connection, high speed cable, high speed cable internet: Sure, Right click each printer on the machine its connected to and select to share it. Then select it as a network Printer on the other PC. You may need to install the drivers for them. Printer hsaring should be listed in windows Help. HTH Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer sharing, type of operating system, printer names
type of operating system, printer names, nice day: Hi Jacqueline, In order for me to help you with this I need more information. 1) What type of Operating System do you have? 2) Are you all in a Domain and log on to a server? 3) Are your printers shared via the server or via the workstations themseleves....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer, usb cable connection, desktop printer
usb cable connection, desktop printer, natu: Hello, The printer will need a USB cable connection as most probably the laptop will have a USB port and not a parallel port. If there s no USB cable available for the printer, then you will need to install the printer on the desktop, connect the desktop...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printers No Longer Shared, hp laserjet 2100, hp laserjet 2100 printer
hp laserjet 2100, hp laserjet 2100 printer, router hub: Hi Landon, Are you using static IP addresses or are they provided by your router. The reason I ask is that most automatically genarated IP addresses from a DHCP or the router s DHCP are renewed every 90 days. It is possible that the other computers were...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printers No Longer Shared, hp laserjet 2100, hp laserjet 2100 printer
hp laserjet 2100, hp laserjet 2100 printer, license logging service: When you try to install a printer, you receive: Could not connect to the printer. You either entered a printer name that was incorrect or the specified printer is no longer connected to the server. Click Help for more information. This error could indicate...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printers No Longer Shared, hp laserjet 2100, tcp ip port
hp laserjet 2100, tcp ip port, hp laserjet 2100 printer: If the Printer is connected to ONE computer, not directly to the network, then someone may have turned off the sharing. Is there a hand under the printer icon in the Printers folder? Also, the remote PCs should be printing to a TCP/IP port not LPT1 since...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printing, landscape mode, hp driver
landscape mode, hp driver, computer id: Hi again Sue, I know this sounds ridiculous but if you updated the drivers, it is recommended that you uninstall all of the drivers installed on your PC and re-install the Windows drivers. Allot can be kept in the registry of the workstation. I would...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with dial up connection, good morning sir, windows registries
good morning sir, windows registries, modem hardware: At this point I believe it might be a hardware problem. However the only thing that will confirm this is a re-install. It might be that your registries are corrupt. If you have another computer with the same version and all the same settings, then the only...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with firewalls, wireless internet connections, java applet loads
wireless internet connections, java applet loads, free scrabble: Unfortunately, I don t know a terrible amount regarding web design: it s never been my thing. Perhaps try another expert? PS: Nice website! I would however, focus my attention on the fact that I can t register: it keeps saying that I have to agree to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with firewalls, wireless internet connections, java applet loads
wireless internet connections, java applet loads, free scrabble: What is the OS you use on your server. Now a days most of the corportes as well os OS have in-built firewall which is pre-configured. SO you need to tell your users proactively either to allow your site or open the above ports in their firewall. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with my Linksys router, linksys wireless g broadband router, motorola surfboard cable modem
linksys wireless g broadband router, motorola surfboard cable modem, surfboard cable modem: Hi Garon, and thanks for your questions. If you are seeing a Cannot be found error, there are many things that can cause this. The network settings on your computer may be incorrect; your connection to the router may be faulty; there may be a virus or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with our switch?, wireless router, office lan
wireless router, office lan, dns entries: Hello, The issue seems to be with the DNS entries cached on the servers in the office LAN. You will have to ask the office system adminstrator to flush the DNS chache and re synchronize the DNS entries with the ISP DNS servers. That should resolve your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems with 2 wireless 3com router., wireless 3com, crossover cable
wireless 3com, crossover cable, switch ports: Hi Stian, I think I understand the problem. If you are using 2 of them because you need more connections then you need to simply add a crossover cable between them. The other thing you need to do is pick one to be the DHCP server and disable the wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems connecting 3com wireless routers(WDS), 3com wireless, wireless routers
3com wireless, wireless routers, wireless router: If building two is in the same network, you just need to worry if building 1 can get the signal from building one, since it is wireless. Is the are on different network then you need to find out if 3com wireless router can do DHCP rely. Meaning relying...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems connecting 3com wireless routers(WDS), 3com wireless, wireless routers
3com wireless, wireless routers, dhcp server: Hello, According to what I have interpreted from the question, you want the 2 machines in building 2 to get IP addresses from router in building 1. Simple solution would be to create VLAN where you add the 2 PC s and then force the DHCP server on them,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems connecting DI-524 router to cable modem, router setup, hardware identifier
router setup, hardware identifier, message address: Hi Scott, and thanks for your question. I have some ideas you can try. First of all, you need to be running the router setup from the PC that was previously directly connected to the cable modem. The reason for this is that the setup will look up the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems with Small Home Network, netgear en104, hub switch
netgear en104, hub switch, networking techniques: First, I would get rid of the second network card in the one computer. Then I would get a broadband router. This will allow you to create a peer-to-peer network and still share the internet connection. Make sure that you have what ever login user names...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Protocols, protocol ipx, default protocol
protocol ipx, default protocol, lan protocols: Hello Satish, Most operating systems use TCP/IP as the protocol on networks. But netware uses IPX/SPX as the default protocol. IPX/SPX can also be installed on other OS s as well, but as TCP/IP is very powerful set of protocols with numerous advantages...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My PSP and my Network, psp problem, usb router
psp problem, usb router, port router: Hi Brandon, Well first, yes you can add wireless capability to an existing network without wireless. That s called an Acess Point. It simply plugs into one of the ports and sends the signal out. However be aware of a few things. It sends out the signal...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My PSP and my network, wireless capability, usb router
wireless capability, usb router, port router: Hi Brandon, and thanks for your question. You can absolutely add wireless capability to your existing network. All you need to do is add a router with wireless LAN capability. The easiest thing to do is to replace your existing router with one the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Public IP Address, domain network, private ip address
domain network, private ip address, dhcp server: Hi, As your PC is in Domain Network, so your PC will not have any Public IP address but a Private one. And if you want to change the private IP address of your PC then it will depend upon how the IP address is being assigned to your PC. If it is assigned...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pure Maths used in Networking?, masters degree, natu
masters degree, natu, fredrick: Hello Sam, Pure maths is not a necessity in networking. But it will certainly help you in logical thinkning. You can choose networking as your field, even if you are weak in maths. The scope of networking is beyond explanation. It is a very vast field,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pure Maths used in Networking?, ip subnetting, math skills
ip subnetting, math skills, masters degree: 1. Yes it does, especiall when dealing with subnet masking and IP subnetting. 2. If you are weak in math, I would recommend that you beef up your math skills before you attempt any Masters degree. Any engineering program is going to require lots of math...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pure Maths used in Networking?, arithmatic, networking expert
arithmatic, networking expert, configuring routers: Sam... Hey.. How r u doing buddy. That s a tough one. But I will try. Let s see. 1. Maths as such has nothing to do with arithmatic. Even if it is, its only +, -, * or /. S0, if you are a networking expert then no one will bother, that to tell them the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pure Maths used in Networking?, decimal conversions, windows calculator
decimal conversions, windows calculator, masters degree: Other than binary-decimal conversions, which can be done with software tools such as the Windows calculator, there is almost no application of math in the areas you mention, wit the exception of software engeering; most developers are expected to be able to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pure Maths used in Networking?, crunch numbers, math problems
crunch numbers, math problems, program games: Hi Sam, Please note that the following is purely my opinion based on my past experience. 1) Please let me start with a small anectdote and say that I used to argue with my math teacher who used to tell me I made no sense and lack any logical reasoning...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: PXE, boot clients, boot server
boot clients, boot server, boot file: Hello Ben, You enable PXE booting in the PC s BIOS. The BIOS will typically have an ordered list of boot devices. Simply choose the PXE NIC as the 1st boot device, save and exit the BIOS. For PXE to work, you must have a DHCP server that will provide boot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: packard bell net 2 plug, crossover cables, cat 5 cable
crossover cables, cat 5 cable, connecting 2 computers: Hi, You should make sure that DHCP is turned on. DHCP is what gives out an IP address to your computer along with all the information it needs to access the Internet. So normally when you plug another computer in, it shoud be able to access the Internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pairgain, garrettcom, satalite internet
garrettcom, satalite internet, couple friends: Hi Chuck, Hope things are going good for you there in Iraq. You didn t give me much info to go on as for the set-up you currently have. So, going off what s there, I m going make a few assumptions. I m assuming that the sat system your have terminates...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: password pop-up when trying to connect to another pc., microsoft xp professional, wpa security
microsoft xp professional, wpa security, software firewalls: Hi Chris, Normally with 8-10 clients there would be a server in place and it contains the Active Directory with the user accounts and rights that they have to access data and other computers. From what I undersatnd, there is no server in place so in...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc anywhere, cisco router, pcanywhere 9
cisco router, pcanywhere 9, proxy software: Hi Roy, Sorry for the delay in response. Granted it would be better for the network and PC Anywhere to have a Cisco router and not a proxy and Remote Desktop connections are allot better than PC Anywhere. However, all you normally need to do in the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc configuration for 2 pc network, broadcast ip, gatway
broadcast ip, gatway, pc configuration: YOu can do without DHCP. Why don t we try give a IP to the client. Ip = 192.168.0.2 subnet mask = 255.255.255.0 gateway = 192.168.0.1 The trick part is the DNS: you can try = 192.168.0.1 if that does not work then you need to put the DNS Server...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc & laptop, speed internet connection, pc laptop
speed internet connection, pc laptop, good speed: Hello, If you are having good speed internet connection lines at both the places, then it will be possible for you to keep the information on both the computers, as you require. What you can do is that, you can take a backup of the programs that you want,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc to laptop, crossover cable, hub switch
crossover cable, hub switch, port hub: You will need to network them and then share the hard drive on the desktop. To network them you will need to have a network card in each computer, a small 5-port hub or switch, and two network cables to attach the computer and the laptop to the hub/switch....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc & laptop, gilles brunet, sync files
gilles brunet, sync files, pc laptop: Dear Gilles Brunet, You can use the my briefcase feature that come with windows XP. With my Briefcase you can sync. files between 2 pc. I have provided you this link below on how to use My briefcase http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;307885...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc to pc drag and drop, microsoft file and printer sharing, laptop sony
microsoft file and printer sharing, laptop sony, external hard drive: Hi Tim, and thanks for your questions. There are a number of ways to transfer files from one computer to another. Yes, you can use a special USB cable. You can also get a special cross over ethernet adapter and connect the computers ethernet adapter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pc and wireless notebook internet set up, network wizard, port hope
network wizard, port hope, ethernet cable: If you want to set up the notebook wirelessly then you don t need a cable. But you do need a wireless router. You should be able to wise the network wizard to set this up. If you want to connect via a cable, just plug in an ethernet cable to the router and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: peer to peer connection, nic cards, nic 1
nic cards, nic 1, cat5 cable: Hello, Connect the NIC 1 on PC-1 to the internet connection modem and have it setup with whatever IP address the ISP will give out. Setup the other NIC on PC-1 with an IP address such as 192.168.1.1 and subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and gateway as IP address...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: peer to peer networking, hub switch router, broadband internet connection
hub switch router, broadband internet connection, network cables: You need a network card in each machine, two Cat5 standard network cables (NOT crossover), and a small hub or switch (or braodband router is you are looking to share a broadband internet connection). Install the network cards, connect the cables to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: peer to peer networking, wireless router, computer view
wireless router, computer view, notebook computer: Personally, I would not try to do that. You would be better off installing Quicken on both computers and sharing the data files. Programs were not meant to be installed on one computer and run from a different computer. There are things that are written...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: peer to peer networking, how to, cat5 crossover cable, private ip address
cat5 crossover cable, private ip address, cat5 cables: Hello, You can conenct 2 computers in 2 ways. Firstly, you can directly connect the 2 PC s using a CAT5 crossover cable, directly connected from one NIC to another. Second way is, you can plug in the 2 straight CAT5 cables, from the NIC s of the 2 machines...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: persistant connection, speedstream dsl modem, windows defender beta
speedstream dsl modem, windows defender beta, ppoe: Please, oh please do the following 1) Turn Windows Firewall off, if you have a router, its MORE then enough protection 2) Get rid of anything that says AOL or America Online on your computer. The software is crap, all it does is screw up your computer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: phones, internet call director, dial up connection
internet call director, dial up connection, gadget: To the best of my knowledge, such devices don t actually exist. However, there is a service available from some ISP s called Internet Call Director that will popup on your screen and let you know when someone s calling. Then, you can click to answer the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ping, configuration menu, firewall configuration
configuration menu, firewall configuration, natu: Hello, If you are using Windows XP SP2, then the built in firewall does have an option to block incoming ping requests. Please goto the network adapter advanced settings and disable ping requests. On other Operating Systems or where you have a third...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: please clear my 2 queries, mtnl india, dual operating systems
mtnl india, dual operating systems, networking field: Hello, All your queries have theorotical answers which cannot be expalined here. You will have to acquire indepth knowledge of networking to get to know all the basics and then you will be able to make sense of the answers to these queries. I suggest that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: pogo, computer answer, content advisor
computer answer, content advisor, internet explorer: YOu can di it through tools tab of internet explorer. Go to tools, CLick content, click enable and you can mention sites which you disapprove in content advisor. This will ask for a password before opening those sites or simply clock them. Hope this is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp ip ports, third party software
tcp ip ports, third party software, zonelarm: Hi Raymond, If you have a router, you can easily block them from there with a click of a mouse button. If you are looking to prevent certqain programs from accessig the Internet, you can look to a third party software such a Zonelarm and it s free for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp ip ports, aor
tcp ip ports, aor, party software: Hi raymond, it depends upon your windows version. like xp professional aor windows server will let you block those ports else you need to use any firewall like zonealarm. Zonealarm and inbuilt firewalls are good. anytime an access is made to those ports...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp ip ports, network adaptors
tcp ip ports, network adaptors, properties button: Right click on My Network Places and choose properties Right click on the Local Area Connection and choose properties Scroll down and double click on the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Click on the Advanced button Click on the Options tab Highlight...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp udp ports, tcp ip ports
tcp udp ports, tcp ip ports, xp firewall: If you are using an ADSL modem then you have a LAN connection. Even if you connect to it via USB instead of Ethernet. As for shutting the ports it depends on the software you use whether you can shut them all or need to shut them individually. HTH ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp ip ports, natu
tcp ip ports, natu, party software: Hello Ray, There is software which you can download from the Internet. It is Nuke nabber, install it on the PC and you can block ports using this software. I have not used it anytime, but I have heard it is a good one. Just search on google.com for the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port blocking, tcp ip ports, network dialup
tcp ip ports, network dialup, norton firewall: Hi again Raymond, These settings, wich you set for the primary ethernet port, affect ALL TCP/IP ports on the computer. You do have other choices. You can install 3rd party firewall tools. Norton Firewall and Blackice Defender are good choices, and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port forwarding, internet via cable, port 81
internet via cable, port 81, voice server: Hi Judy, Naturally, each computer has its own IP address, and that is what I was referring to. That said, you may be able to do what you want with a router that allows more control over its configuration. With a Cisco or other full-featured router,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port forwarding problem?, small business network, belkin router
small business network, belkin router, vpn network: Excellent question. I dont see many intelligent questions :P ( Where s the control panel? ) Hehe. Anyways.. Yes, you will definetly want a VPN tunneling program. Fortunetly, I just learnt about the VPN network and can *very* highly recommend Hamachi --...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port forwarding?, private port, safecom
private port, safecom, port forwarding: Hello, It seems that you have defined the port 10000 for the HTTP servie and not the HTTPS service which you are trying to use. Check the setttings for the same, configure secure service on port 10000, then it should work. Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: What is the port no. for my IP address, vnc server, ultra vnc
vnc server, ultra vnc, natu: Hello, You have mentioned that you have installed VNC server on your home PC. But you want to connect to your work PC from your home. Then you will have to install VNC server on your work PC, and install client on your home PC. Then you will just have to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: What is port no. for my ip address, vnc client, vnc server
vnc client, vnc server, ultra vnc: Hi Jack, The port number you are talking about should be the port number of the VNC client software installed on your office PC. Applicatnios have port numbers. PC s don t. So you can check the configuration of your VNC client software, which you have installed...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: What is port no. for my ip address, vnc server, ultra vnc
vnc server, ultra vnc, security issues: You need to talk with your company s IT staff about this. First, they may already have remote access in place. Second, there are security issues involved that you have to clear with your company. Third, your IT staff can advise you what ports to use if they...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port light not on, netgear wireless router, dell computer
netgear wireless router, dell computer, lan port: You might try going to Network Connectinos in Control Panel, right clicking your connection and make sure you ve hit Enable -- if it just says Disable then thats good, and leave it alone. Aside from that, you have a defective cable. Try a new one...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: port sniffer software, air snort, sniffer software
air snort, sniffer software, port sniffer: Hi Keval, and thanks for your question. First of all, sorry for taking so long to respond - I never received the email notification of your question. For sniffer software, there are two packages that I can highly recommend. The first is Ethereal:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Is it possible to share internet like this, nat network address translation, network address translation
nat network address translation, network address translation, broadband routers: No its not true, unless you pay extra to have public IP address for each device. You cannot use just a switch. You need a router or a proxy server (I recommend a router). A switch can only manage traffic within the LAN. The router performs two major functions...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: power full Router, adsl modem router, wael
adsl modem router, wael, voice quality: Hi Wael, The problem is not at your router. Its with the operation and the way you have configured the router. Downloads (ftp/tftp or rpc) use bandwidth in exponential manner and as and when they get more bandwidth they try to hog mre and more of it. So even...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: power switch, dhcp config, power switch
dhcp config, power switch, mac address: Victor, Sorry for the delay in my reply. It sounds like your network is hanging for some reason. Is your router using standard configuration or are you using some specific settings? Another possible cause is simply time related. We have a Wireless-G...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: power switch, nic network interface card, power management features
nic network interface card, power management features, network interface card: Hi Victor, I assume this is a laptop? Otherwise I would tell you to turn off the power management features in Windows if it s a desktop because it can actually mess up data on the hard disk, etc...furthermore, turning on and off a router because your computer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ppp multilink, isdn device, isdn line
isdn device, isdn line, adsl line: Hi Arik, In ISDN you have two B channels, which can be used separately or togather to access anything. When you use pp multilink on your ISDN line, you basically tell your ISDN device to use both the B channels togather (each channel is 64K)to give you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: print server, wireless print server, format hp
wireless print server, format hp, large prints: Hello, Yes, the print server will be able to handle large prints. Make sure the server has the optimal hardware configuration. If you want it to be wireless, the speed of data transfer will reduce as compared to a wired server. Regards, Tejas Natu...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: print server, ink jet printers, hp laser printer
ink jet printers, hp laser printer, hp jetdirect: Hi Jallison, A print server is a hardware device that provides an RJ-45 socket to allows a printer to connect into a LAN hub with a Cat5 cable, just like one of the workstations. A lot of the faster, high-capacity printers like laser printers and some...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, master reboot, network path
master reboot, network path, network resource: Make sure at least one folder, in addition to the printer, is shared on each machine. Reboot both. Wait about 15 minute while they argue about who s going to be browse master. Reboot each. You should be able to share the printer then. Regards, Charlie...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, networking expert, network path
networking expert, network path, network resource: Hi, and thanks for your question. Actually, as far as Windows is concerned, a printer and a file are essentially the same - a recource that can be shared. In order to share a printer, I suggest that you basically start over. Here are some web sites...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, subnet mask, dhcp service
subnet mask, dhcp service, dhcp server: Hi, It seems that your NIC cards do not have a DHCP assigned address or even a static one. When an address of 169.XXX is assigned, it is Windows itself that assigns it as a virtual address since it does not have a static IP or it does not recognize or see...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, notebook dell inspiron, dell inspiron 6000
notebook dell inspiron, dell inspiron 6000, motorola cable modem: I am not sure how or even if its possible to share a printer on a PC that s connected to a MAC. But what you CAN do, is get a print server. Connect the printer to the Print server which connects to your router. then you can share it as a networked printer....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: printer sharing, crossover cables, static ip address
crossover cables, static ip address, cat 5 cable: Hi, Without knowing your level of expertise, let s go through it step by step: If you have a router, first make sure that DHCP is turned on and use that instead of a static IP. DHCP is what gives out an IP address to your computer along with all the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem creating new user account in winxp, control panel features, windows subsystem
control panel features, windows subsystem, message states: Hi Brian. The only other thing I can see is that when you install certain software it asks if you want to install it for yourself (your account) or everyone who accesses this computer. It would be a good idea to log on with your account, then re-intstall...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem with LAN on 2 PCs, dear sir or madam, private ip addresses
dear sir or madam, private ip addresses, nic cards: Get a wireless router. A hub is considered a dumb device a router is considered a smart device . A hub is okay, but the way data is transmitted through a hub is dumb. A router shields you from the outside world by assigning both the computers private ip...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem with our switch?, wireless router, link address
wireless router, link address, web hosts: Hi Rainer, The problem here is that your Machines are pointing to old DNS server where the old entries for your website are there (think its located on the same machine where your DHCP server is there). So you get the old website. Now when you manually...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem with using ethernet 70 metre length cable, maximum cable length, ralph becker
maximum cable length, ralph becker, cat 5 cable: Hi again Abdullah, I am assuming that you want to run a cable part of the way to the remote node, install a switch there, then run another cable to the node. Each cable would be shorter than the 70 meters of the existing run, say, a 30-meter and a 40-meter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problems with home network, workgroup name, dell laptop
workgroup name, dell laptop, network wizard: Hi Bill, It doesn t sound like an IP problem then. As the Internet connection is being shared, it would indicate the DHCP (That s the auto addressing system) is working fine. That only leaves permissions. Can you let me know what make and model the laptop...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: protocol down, line protocol, nv ram
line protocol, nv ram, serial interface: Hello, Below links will help you identify the solution to your problem: http://www.networknewz.com/networknewz-10-20060605TroubleshootingDirectlyConnectedSerialInterfaces.html http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk482/tk607/technologies_white_paper09186a0080094699.shtm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: proxy setting, windows internet connection sharing, proxy settings
windows internet connection sharing, proxy settings, internet connection sharing: The troubleshooting rule in this situation is always to remove the proxy, then try it. If you are using Windows (as I would guess from the reference to YIM) I would not use the proxy at all, but would use Windows Internet Connection Sharing and a firewall...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how can i publish website to world from LAN, ip address ranges, router configuration
ip address ranges, router configuration, linksys router: Hello, You will need to setup port forwarding on your router which maps the internal laptop ip address to the public ip address provided by the ISP. You will need to forward port 80, which hosts the website on the IIS, by default. This can be configured...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Query about linking my systems, subnet ip, broadband internet connection
subnet ip, broadband internet connection, ip address range: Hello, This is a wireless USB adapter which will be fine for your Laptop, but u need to make sure that your broadband router does support wireless or else it will not be useful. The best way will be to go for a 8 port or 4 port D-link switch which will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question, medium size business, t1 line costs
medium size business, t1 line costs, dsl line: Hi again Al, If you will be using VPN, then a greater upload would definitely be worth it. However, it still depends on the amount of clients that will be accessing the network and will they all be doing so at the same time. A faster upload probably means...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question about Ethernet address, header ip, address mask
header ip, address mask, network segments: Hi Again, Right on, the data-link layer identifies the gateway on the local network by MAC address and sends the request there. The gateway then strips away the layer 2 header and reads the layer 3 header (IP address, mask, etc.) and forwards the packets...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question about link layer?, ethernet interface card, destination ip address
ethernet interface card, destination ip address, token ring network: Dear Yasir Malik Ethernet Address is a layer 2 address. While IP is a layer 3 address. Regardless if it is Ethernet or token ring the layer 2 address is the MAC address or the hardware address. A 48 bit Hex address of your NIC. Basiclly computer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question on Routers entry, internet control message protocol, optional parameters
internet control message protocol, optional parameters, dynamic name: Hello Shubham, 1,3 and 5 are ICMP access lists and the sytax description for them is as below: Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) access-list access-list-number [dynamic dynamic-name [timeout minutes]] {deny | permit} icmp source source-wildcard...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question about wireless LAN, mbps connection, natu
mbps connection, natu, two buildings: Hello, You will need cisco 1400 series outdoor access points at the two locations with the AIR-ANT58G10SSA-N expansion antenna. This can give you a 9 mbps connection upto 13 kms. If you need a higher speed then you will have to go for the AIR-ANT58G28SDA-N...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question, cross over cable, ipaddress
cross over cable, ipaddress, telephone cable: Sorry but no, you will need a cross-over cable to connect the pc s together or a hub or a router. the router is the most easyest way to set up a network, it gives out an ipaddress that your computers can use, other wise you have to desigante the ipaddress...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Quota, mail server, exchange system
mail server, exchange system, windows 2003 server: Hi, What exactly do you want to put quotas on? You can specify the quota of the Mail Server (such as Exchange Server) right from the Active Directory and going to the Exchange General tab. From there you can click on Delivery Restrictions and set the how...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: q on src port, dst port., protocol updates, protocol number
protocol updates, protocol number, src port: Hello, Port numbers are not represented in decimal format, IP addresses are. There are 65535 ports, of which 1024 are known ports for network services and routing protocol updates. Such as 20, 21 for FTP, 80 for HTTP, 443 for SSL etc. Regards, Tejas...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: query, server clusters, thinh
server clusters, thinh, computer language: Umm who is givign you this project? What is the scope of it? Why does it involve programming at all? There are several ways to create server clusters that provide redundancy and mirroring. You need to get more details before going further. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: question about wireless alpert@mail.com, business class service, time expense
business class service, time expense, max range: 300 feet is the max range of the wireless connection (minus approx 70 feet for each wall that you go through to get to the WAP). It sounds like you are trying to set up the entire condo complex to access your wireless connection. This would require a business...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: question about wireless alpert@mail.com, wireless access points, sharing internet connection
wireless access points, sharing internet connection, time expense: Hi Marv, Well, you can in fact do that. Usually Wireless has a distance limit of 100 meters. But in practical situation, thus limit is reduced due to obstacles. So you can take 70m as the limits. Now depending on your area, you will need to have multiple...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: questions, digital subscriber line, old telephone service
digital subscriber line, old telephone service, speed internet connection: Modem actually stands for MOdulate/DEModulate. You still need one for the DSL line but it is different than the one that is required for the dial-up lines. This is an offer that is becoming more and more standard and they use modems that are of good...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: RADIS server, radius server, free ebook
radius server, free ebook, raid server: Hi Tom, I m not sure if you meant a Radius server or RAID server? However here is a link to building radiuse servers: http://www.freeradius.org/ If you need more information on RAID please let me know what area specifically. Do you want to know more...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: RAM, paging file size, windows xp server
paging file size, windows xp server, memory box: Well - yes you can adjust the paging file in Windoze XP, but with just 64 - it s not going to buy you much. Your best off simply dropping in another 64M or even better yet, picking up a 256M chip and dropping that in. Since it sounds like your looking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Re:Networking, cross over cable, ethernet cables
cross over cable, ethernet cables, networking package: Have you gotten the modem from them yet? If so, what type of connections are on the modem? I m not sure what they provided a USB cable for, as you will need two ethernet cables, possibly three (one from each computer and one from the modem, all to the router)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Re: how to reach a computer in a remote network with multiple routers via PPTP VPN, netgear rp614, pptp vpn
netgear rp614, pptp vpn, netgear router: Steve, On the router you need to create a IPSEC tunnel so that you can terminate this tunnel. The router will assign you an IP from the local pool or it will NAT it so that you can login to the server. You don;t need to do any changes in DNS, as of now....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Re: how to reach a computer in a remote network with multiple routers via PPTP VPN, netgear rp614, pptp vpn
netgear rp614, pptp vpn, netgear router: Hi Stephen, First of all how and where is you VPN terminated (I hope that the VPN is configured on your wired router). If VPN is not configured on your network then you need to configure IPSEC VPN on your gateway device. If VPN is already configured...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Re: How to setup server?, cable internet connection, broadband internet connection
cable internet connection, broadband internet connection, shaw cable: Hi Judy, and thanks for your question. You are asking come conflicting questions here. If you want to share files locally, on your LAN, all you need is a switch or hub. Plug all your PCs into it, enable file sharing, and everyone should be able to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Recovering Domain, person logs, change domain
person logs, change domain, roaming profile: Hi Nick, First, don t apologize...this is what I am here for and I will try to help you as best I can. As for connecting to a Domain...if the domain does not exist and you do not have an Administrator account (username and password), you will not be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Registrar and DNS, domian, different host
domian, different host, natu: Hello, You are correct when you say that the registrar is where you register a domain, but a DNS is the authority for the domain. We can chage the registrar at the time on renewal of the domian. The DNS can be changed whenever the domain was is to be switched...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, remote access service, routing and remote access service
remote access service, routing and remote access service, server operating system: Unless you have a server operating system, such as Windows 2003, running on your computer, you need PCAnywhere from Symantec, one of the remote access freeware packages from www.download.com, or the service at www.gotomypc.com. If you have either Windows...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, broadband internet connection, public ip
broadband internet connection, public ip, sudhanshu: hi, Thanks for sharing more information. Your ISP has a DHCP server which assigns you a IP, but this (and all others) are NATted at the router in ISP s network. So while going to Internet, you get a public IP from the router and vice versa on the return...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, transfer protocol ftp, file transfer protocol
transfer protocol ftp, file transfer protocol, office lans: Hi Hasan, and thanks for your question. It may be possible to access your home computer from the office, but it also may not be possible. First of all, many office LANs are protected by a firewall that would prevent you from accessing your home computer....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, dsl internet access, public ip
dsl internet access, public ip, computer properties: Hi Joe, You can remotely access your office PC without any additional software. You will need to have a static public IP address to your office computer, or a private IP which is natted to a public IP on your office network router. You need to enable...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, dsl internet access, proper software
dsl internet access, proper software, cable dsl: Hi Joe, and thanks for your question. Yes, you should be able to access your home PC remotely. You will need to add some kind of software. I recommend a free service called LogMeIn (http://www.logmein.com/). All you need to do is visit the site, create...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, setup vpn, vpn server
setup vpn, vpn server, win2000 server: Hi, No, actually VPN is the safest and best way to do it. If you are having problems with speed, it s not your download speed but your UPLOAD speed. Simply get yourself and upgrade in your DSL s upload speed and make sure you configure your VPN server with...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Access, ip address range, valid ip address
ip address range, valid ip address, private organisations: HI Hasan, The IP Address of your PC is not a valid Internet IP Address. This IP Address range is resevred for private organisations. So using this IP Address, your PC can not be accessed from your office. If you really need to access your PC from outside,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote access on a home network, port mapping, microsoft site
port mapping, microsoft site, remote assistance: Hi Jeff, Please forgive the delay in rtesponding. I was away and forgot to set myself on vacation . It s fun to hear from another expert here on the network. I actually own Icebreakerfilms.com with my partner who is an entertainment lawyer...I would love...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote access to Windows Small Business Server 2003, small business server, microsoft telnet
small business server, microsoft telnet, windows small business server: Hello Charles, My profile is completely into Networking and your problem is related to system adminstration part. The syntax for telnet to port 3394 is : From the command prompt of any device from which you need to telnet type telnet a.b.c.d port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote accessing of external HDD, remote access server, netgear router
remote access server, netgear router, wirelessrouter: Hi, In order to connect remotely, the most secure way is through a VPN (Virtual Private Network). However in order to setup a VPN you need a few things. First a fixed IP address would be the best. Secondly wyou need a machine to host the VPN, which means...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote connection to external HDD, netgear router, wirelessrouter
netgear router, wirelessrouter, external hdd: Marc, You need to connect this drive to any of the PCs through USB port and access that PC to use this drive. In the data sheet if this drive they have mentioned that No IP address so the drive is invisible to anyone outside of your network: your data is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop, conputer, desktop windows
conputer, desktop windows, remote desktop: Hi, and thanks for your question. Yes, it is possible to remotely access and control a conputer without internet access across a phone line. However, you must use another phone line to do it. There is no straightforward way to connect to a phone line...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop, remote access software, remote power switch
remote access software, remote power switch, remote reboot: Hi again, Yes, what you want is possible. You would need to buy a device that would be connected to a phone line that can switch on or off electrical power remotely. This device is called a Remote Power Switch. Here are several examples: http://www.remotepowerswitch.com/...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop and Lans, isp modem, desktop program
isp modem, desktop program, computer names: Hi Barb, Well if you work for them, you should really suggest a dedicated server because from what you are explaining, I m sorry to say that this is the worst and most unsecure setup. That is NOT the way Remote Desktop is meant to be used. At the very least...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop Web Connection, remote desktop web connection, dynamic ip addresses
remote desktop web connection, dynamic ip addresses, going in the right direction: Hi Jonathan, Forgive the delay in response. What I would suggest is using DynDNS in conjunction with zoneedit.com. It s a much easier process this way. If you have a registered domain name, you can transfer to zoneedit for free and then you ll have control...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop, address resolution protocol, arp command
address resolution protocol, arp command, private ip: Hi, Sorry for the delay in response. There are many ways to remotely administrate another computer but I am not sure wether you are talking about sharing files or accessing anonymously. If you need to find out the IP address you could always try to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Printing, hp laser printer, jetdirect card
hp laser printer, jetdirect card, hpcom: Hi Bill, First you can easily share a printer to any computer on a network. All you need is the driver from HP. Here s a link to there site. You just need to select the correct model. http://h20180.www2.hp.com/apps/Lookup?h_lang=en&h_cc=us&cc=us&h_page=hpcom&lang=en&h_client=S-A-R163-1&h_query=jetdirect...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Web Workplace SBS 2003, router setup, lan server
router setup, lan server, public ip: Hello Jan, Yes, that right. As I was saying in my last reply, the SBS server has to have a site or an application running on port 403/404 or whichever other port that you have forwarded to this server. In that case only, there will be a response from the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Web Workplace SBS 2003, netgear router, local ip address
netgear router, local ip address, webserver setup: Do you have a webserver setup on the server machine? If not, then you re just trying to get to a website that doesn t exist. You need to make sure you have a web server instaled on your machine, and its activated. If you just want to share files, use regular...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remotely use pc on home network, linksys wrt54gs router, xp remote desktop
linksys wrt54gs router, xp remote desktop, linksys wrt54gs: You can use Remote desktop or PC anywhere or one of a number of programs that allow control of a remote PC. LogMeIn does a great job, but why go out to the Internet to do it on a LAN connected PC. Obviously Network is too broad a search term. try remote...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Renewing IP Address, hp zd7000, tcp ip protocol
hp zd7000, tcp ip protocol, broadband internet connection: Hi Derek, and thanks for your question. Sice the problem you are describing is not happening all the time, I assume that the XP network setup is correct. There are some other things to check. - You need to make sure you re getting a good wireless signal...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Replacing Server., linksys wireless, last legs
linksys wireless, last legs, wireless router: That means that everyone is sharing the internet connection through the router and you can turn off the server and it will not affect anyone s internet browsing. When you create the new server, give it the same name as the old one and make sure that you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Request for information for managing an ISP, modem racks, max tnt
modem racks, max tnt, starting an isp: Hello Aref, and thanks for your question. Starting an ISP is a large undertaking these days! I don t want to discourage you, but keep in mind that in most areas there are a lot of existing ISPs competing for the same customers, and the trend (at least...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Request for information for managing an ISP, isp connectivity, high ambitions
isp connectivity, high ambitions, speed connectivity: HI Aref, Well, you have very high ambitions. The best way to start as ISP, is to get high speed connectivity from some other ISP, and then start having subscribers who will share this link. For this, you will first need to get a license to become an...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Restricting access to internet, server router, line time
server router, line time, time web: Allan, I would suggest that on your router you can have accesslist configured so that you can restruct the access. At the same time if you are using a proxy server you can check what each person is doing. In fact using a proxy server which can give you all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: RG-6, maximum throughput, wep encryption
maximum throughput, wep encryption, signal booster: Hi Russell, First of all yes it is important to know that the old networks were wired with RG-6 cable or RG-58/59. However the maximum throughput was 10Mbps. I know there is such a thing as a hub with a cable in and RJ-45 outputs. However your network will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: No ROM monitor after erasing flash, cisco 1700 series router, cisco systems inc
cisco 1700 series router, cisco systems inc, cisco 1700 series: In that case ROland, I would suggest to call thelocal tech support guy as he may need to open and erase the ROM after taking it out or by some other means. All we need to do is chage the config reqoster settinga dn them qwe can try tftpdnld but as it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ROUTING MULTIPLE IP ADDRESSES, cisco 2600 router, secondary ip address
cisco 2600 router, secondary ip address, address range: Allan, YOu can do that. One simpler way is to use a secondary IP address. So on fastE you need to say ip address (some IP from 178.x.x.x) secondary . ANother way i.e. if you want to see all 178 devices with an IP of 10.x.x.x than you can do NAT on 2600....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Road Runner on 2nd pc, cable modem router, toshiba pcx1100
cable modem router, toshiba pcx1100, toshiba modem: Dear Ben, Great Question! I m also a Road Runner user. So I have the same equipment. If you have another Toshiba Modem and you are paying for it $5 extra that it should work. The each Toshiba Modem has a MAC address that need to register into Road Runners...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, cisco router, dsl connections
cisco router, dsl connections, load balancer: Hello, The only router I feel would be capable of handling such connections would be a cisco router, may be 1761 modular access router, to which you will have to plug in WIC with ethernet ports. May be you will have to go ahead of your budget. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, osi layer model, osi reference model
osi layer model, osi reference model, layer 4 switches: Hello, A switch is used for communication in a LAN. It routes traffic on the basis on hardware addresses, and works on layer 2, i.e. MAC layer. Most LAN s use TCP/IP these days, there are some networks that still use IPX/SPX. Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, natu, traffic flow
natu, traffic flow, fir: Hello Taufeeq, The router is a device that connects internetworks. It creates broadcast domains and helps in controlling traffic flow in a network. Please visit the following link fir detailed workinf of routers: http://computer.howstuffworks.com/router.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, bri ports, cisco 3640
bri ports, cisco 3640, natu: Hello, Goto the CLI and give the following command - show interface eth0 That will show you the IP address for that interface. You can also use show running-config to see the IP address and other details of all interfaces on the router. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, d link di 524, xp firewall
d link di 524, xp firewall, rx files: Hello, Open explorer, goto tools- folder options- view. Scroll down and make sure that you have enabled simple file sharing. On the XP firewall on both devices, tick the box to allow file and print sharing. Then you can map the drive of the other PC via...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, time range, access group
time range, access group, access list: You can use access-lists to achieve both of the above. You can get relevent configurations from Cisco.com The following example denies HTTP traffic on Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 6:00 pm on IP. The example allows UDP traffic on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router and bellsouth, dlink di 514, toshiba laptop
dlink di 514, toshiba laptop, conected: Hello Alex, There is no need to perform such complex tasks for just being able to go online on the two computers. What I suggest is that you make a small network using all your devices, that will solve the problem. Connect the modem to the router, conenct...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router configuration, router ip address, web browser configuration
router ip address, web browser configuration, netgear router: Hello, I think the Netgear router also has a CLI configuration utility. You can try to telnet to 192.168.1.1, which will be the IP address of the router. You say that this is the default gateway on your computer, then it does mean that 192.168.1.1 will be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router constantly disconnecting, usb ethernet adapter, replacing a motherboard
usb ethernet adapter, replacing a motherboard, belkin 54g: Hi, and thanks for your question. Since you have to reboot the computer to get things working again, clearly the problem is there. You don t say if you have any other computers connected to this router, but if you do and this is the only one having a problem,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router/Dsl Modem, broadband service provider, dsl modems
broadband service provider, dsl modems, msn service: Hello, If your MSN service is a dial-up, then that wont work with the DSL router. The ISP needs to provice a DSL service which is different technology from the traditional dial-up service. You can check with MSN wether they provide a DSL service else go...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router IP Addressing Problem, internal ip address, ip assignment
internal ip address, ip assignment, assignment scheme: Hi, The reason your router is not assigning you the previous IP address is because the lease time is set to maximum due to which its not renewing the IP address. Also there are not many or no other devices on the network so the router DHCP server sees no...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router modems, local computer store, compusa
local computer store, compusa, signal strength: i m sorry I can not endorse any one product, I have had great success with Linksys, SMC, and D-Link. But as far as which one to use I would say go talk to a consultant at CompUSA or your local computer store. This more the choice of the user, they are all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router needed to connect to wireless network in house?, time warner cable, wireless signals
time warner cable, wireless signals, wireless connectivity: Hello Ursula, You can share the internet connection provided your Router supports wireless connectivity. In that case there is no need to keep the AOL dial-up connection. Also you need to check if you get the wireless signals upstairs at your neighbor s...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router Operation, return traffic, exact path
return traffic, exact path, google: I don t think you understand how DNS and hosts work! When you send traffic to, say, Google.com, your computer first looks in its hosts file to see if there s a corresponding IP for Google.com. Nope, there isn t. It ll ask your router. Nope, it ain t there....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router Problem, nic network interface card, network interface card
nic network interface card, network interface card, wireless nic: This sounds to me like you might have a bad wireless NIC (Network Interface Card) I would go down and purchase a USB wireless NIC and try this, if this does not fix your problem than you can always take back the WIFI NIC. If this does not fix you problem...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router Problem, wep encryption, wireless connectivity
wep encryption, wireless connectivity, card settings: Hi Philip, There could be many things wrong. However I would try to download and install from the manufacturer the latest drivers for your wireless card. I would also check and make sure you are running Service Pack 2 and make sure to do all the updates,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router problem, wireless lan card, gain antennas
wireless lan card, gain antennas, networking kit: There are a couple of possibilities. First you may be able to get higher gain antennas. Check Belkin s web site to see if they have them for your model. Another possibility is a range extender. Essentially a repeater that you position about midway between...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router problems possibly, router problems, active connection
router problems, active connection, comptuer: From what you are telling me, it is safe to say the problem is not the router. The problem is in your sister s computer. You should make her think back what was the most recent thing she did before the internet stop working. Such as installing a new program...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router-Switch vs Routing Switch, osi reference model, routing switches
osi reference model, routing switches, routing switch: Hello Chris, Following means a routing-switch - A switch that also performs routing operations. Usually a switch operates at layer 2 (the Data Link layer) of the OSI Reference Model while routers operate at layer 3 (the Network layer). Routing switches,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router slowing me down?, speedstream 4100 modem, internet light
speedstream 4100 modem, internet light, port ethernet switch: Hi David, A few things. First the advertised DSL speed is rarely ever what you will get, it even gets worst sometimes with cable as the signal is shared with your neighbors, however cable most often exceeds the download speeds of the ones offered by DSL....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router slowing me down?, speedstream 4100 modem, internet light
speedstream 4100 modem, internet light, port ethernet switch: Something doesn t make sense. If you disconnected the modem from the router and disconnected your PC from the router. Then connected the modem direct to the PC, you shouldn t have been able to go to 192.168.0.1. Your PC should be configured to Automatically...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router unable to connect to adsl, inexpensive cables, modem router
inexpensive cables, modem router, wire colors: Hi Robert, and thanks for your question. Most likely, and obviously, the new device has a different connector than the old device. I would guess that the old device has a 10Mb/s ethernet interface, and the new device has a 100 or 10/100Mb/s interface....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router versus Switch, routing protocols, destination network
routing protocols, destination network, routing switch: No router and swithces are not same. Ideally speaking router works on layer 3 of OSI model whereas switch works on Layer 2. That is rrouters understand IP address and routing protocols whereas switcehs understand Mac aaddress. But as technology is advancing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router versus Switch, digital computer data, cable tv wires
digital computer data, cable tv wires, routers and switches: Hi, and thanks for your question. Routers and switches are different kinds of devices. Here are some good definitions for you: http://www.pcwebopedia.com/TERM/R/router.html http://www.pcwebopedia.com/TERM/s/switch.html Basically, the difference...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router versus Switch, switch works, types of networks
switch works, types of networks, layer 3: Hello, A router and a switch are two different devices. Switch works at layer 2 and router at layer 3. We even have switches at layer 3 now. Router routes traffic between inter networks. A router can conenct two different types of networks to each other....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router works, LAN wiring doesn't, why?, patch panel, hourly rates
patch panel, hourly rates, tech help: The first thing I would suggest is to try an Ping the router from the wall jacks. Open a Command Prompt and type Ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the IP of the router. If you get a response then the wiring is working. If you don t, but you can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, adsl modem, router software
adsl modem, router software, server numbers: 1. Put the router as the primary dns. 2. If you had the dsl modem connected to the pc before the router - then you need to unplug it for 5 min and power it back up to resync with the docsis server. If not, then make sure the router is the pri dns for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routering Dsl, home broadband, home portal
home broadband, home portal, natu: Hello, You can get a Netgear or a Linksys Home broadband router. It costs around 70 -80$, and is pretty easy to configure. You wont have to reinstall DSL on the computer that you already have, just maybe change some settings. You can read the manual and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers, wireless access point, internal cards
wireless access point, internal cards, wireless router: I use MAC filtering to restict the computers that can access my router. Every network card has a unique MAC address. You can find yours, by opening a command prompt and typing IPCONFIG /ALL The Physical Address is the MAC address. When you boot your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers, network segment, case time
network segment, case time, serial interfaces: Hello, In normal scenario, RIP sends its entire routing table to the connected devices after every 30 seconds. So you can calculate for 14 routers later, the total time taken for routing update propogation.(30x14 seconds) But in case you using triggered...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers or Firewalls, apples and oranges, firewall feature
apples and oranges, firewall feature, broadband routers: That s comparing apples and oranges. The two perform different functions. However a router can include a firewall feature as part of its functions. Most broadband routers (for Internet sharing) include some form of firewall. But its usually good to have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers / Hubs / Switches, luck jim, wireless router
luck jim, wireless router, wireless connections: Have you thought of using a wireless router? It comes with four ports and usually 25 wireless connections. Also ensure that if you go wireless, all components need to be by the same vender. If don t won t wireless than you should be able to take a hub from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers, Switches etc, wireless signal, uplink port
wireless signal, uplink port, remote computers: Hi Alex, and thanks for your question. Yes, you can definitely do what you are asking about. This is exactly how I have my house wired - I have a router in the basement and cables that run to switches (hubs) on the 1st and 2nd floors. Doing this, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and switches, routers and switches, broadband modem
routers and switches, broadband modem, uplink port: Your confusion arises from the fact that your 4 port broadband router is actually 2 devices in one. The router and a 4 port switch. The 2 functions are different and you could have a 1 port router connected to a switch and have the same functionality. The...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and switches, routers and switches, port router
routers and switches, port router, router port: Since you have a router, all you need to do is attach hubs to it (i.e., assume you have 7 ports free, you could put a four-port hub on each router port and run 28 additional devices that way. There is no need for a switch (not switcher ) in this scheme. As...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and switches, routers and switches, port router
routers and switches, port router, ebay: You would not be able to run it quite that way. You would have to run 3 devices off the router and then connect the switch off of the 4th port, but yes it will work. A switch will not work that way because you cannot get the switch to hand out ip addresses...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and switches, routers and switches, port router
routers and switches, port router, ebay: Hello Rich, Yes, you can setup the network as you have suggested in the question. But you will have to be very careful in configuring all the devices, specially the IP s and the masks. It would be definitely better if you just use a 8 port router though....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers and switches, routers and switches, port router
routers and switches, port router, gigabit switches: Hi Rich, First of all it s important to understand that a router is essentially a switch that allows more than one machine to access the internet at once. If you wanted to, you could turn off everything in the firmware of the router, including DHCP, etc...it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers vs. Bridges, natu, mac address
natu, mac address, compnetworking: Hello, There is much more difference between a switch/bridge and a router. Please have a look at the following links which will epxlain in detail about these differences - http://compnetworking.about.com/od/homenetworkhardware/f/routervsswitch.htm ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers vs Switches, port router, dsl modem
port router, dsl modem, managed switch: Hello, It depends upon the switch you buy. If it is a managed switch, which meants that we can configure the switch, then it is okay to go for that, you wont need a router in that case. But if its a normal, unmanaged switch, then it canno be used as it will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers, dell notebook, dell desktop
dell notebook, dell desktop, setup a network: Hi Will, and thanks for your question. All you need to share your connection is a wireless router. I recommend that you get one with 802.11g capability, since your mom s laptop supports it and it s somewhat faster than 802.11b. Any router is going to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, router system, share the internet
router system, share the internet, lan cards: Hello, It is possible. Connect the two computers directly using a cross over ethernet cable. For this you need to make sure that bothe the computers have LAN cards. Give IP addresses to the computers, like, 192.168.1.1 mask 255.255.255.0 and 192.168.1.1...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, remote access server, which allows users
remote access server, which allows users, internet connection: John, hi.. You can configure routing on the router so that you can have better control and also you can eliminate one hop. But as they are on same LAN the time reduced is very minimal i.e to the order of 10-15milisec. so it depends upon you. if you want...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, remote access server, configuration issues
remote access server, configuration issues, natu: Hello, The ISA server is a veru powerful server and it can do a lot of things for you. You wont need to configure routing and remote access, the ISA server will take care of all the configuration issues concerning the internet. Just make sure you configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing !, bandwidth controller, router users
bandwidth controller, router users, network segments: Hello John, I think what you have done is good. The next step that you are going for also seems to be fine. A third party bandwidth controller would be handy, but make sure that it is compatible with all your existing setup. Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, modem interface, gateway ip
modem interface, gateway ip, adsl modem: Hello, The gateway IP for your AP should be the IP address of your 1st Interface of your windows 2003 Server i.e; 192.168.1.254 Then you should enable routing on your windows 2K3 server and place a default static route that; 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0. 172.16.1.254...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, modem interface, server ip address
modem interface, server ip address, adsl modem: Hello, If routing has been setup on the server then you can use the ADSL modem interface IP address as the gateway address because the server has a route to that interface. If not, thenuse the server IP address which falls in the AP address range as the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing ip/ipx, static routes, route traffic
static routes, route traffic, ipx: Gary, it really depends upon spread of network. If its a huge network I am sure you would not like to have static routes. For each subnet you need to add routes for reaching it to destination and for coming back also. SO with number of increasing subnets increase...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing and Remote Access, gateway ip address, router ip
gateway ip address, router ip, network router: Hello, After having a look at the images, I feel that I had interpreted the quetion properly in the first instanace and the answer to that as I think is the one which I have already stated. Best option would be to tear down the tunnel and restart from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing On Sat. Internet, yahoo webcam, webcam server
yahoo webcam, webcam server, recive: Jared, I am sorry that i can t help you out on this. The way I understand is that DW4000 modem have a separate recive and transmit units connected through some cable. Because of this you won t be ble to run the server. I would suggect to contact DirecWay...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing On Sat. Internet, webcam server, yahoo webcam
webcam server, yahoo webcam, forward packets: Dear Jared Julia, If you can run yahoo webcam, you should be able to run a webcam server. Yahoo webcam is simiple webcam server. So I do not think you problem is the modem. It may be some configuration problem with your webcam server. For you webcam...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing a wireless connection, wireless router, wireless signal
wireless router, wireless signal, connecting to the internet: Odd. Hehe not to undermine you - but does he actually have a wireless card in his computer? If so, look for a little button with a light on it. Usually above the keyboard, or directly on the front underneath where you d slide the slider to open the lid. Push...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing, cable modem router, intel pro wireless 2200
cable modem router, intel pro wireless 2200, wireless nic: Hello, If you want your desktop too, to access the internet from the wireless router, then you require a wireless NIC on the desktop. Or else then you dont need anything if thats not the case. Your notebook will communicate with the router via its Intel...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Rural Area issues, internet phone service, dish network
internet phone service, dish network, wireless broadband: Hi Charity, and thanks for your question. It is possible to get broadband via satellite. Here is one provider: http://go.gethughesnet.com/ If this works, you can add Voice over IP like Vonage for a phone line. Another possibility is wireless broadband...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: raid card, redundant array of inexpensive disks, raid card
redundant array of inexpensive disks, raid card, nice day: Hi, RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks)is hardware used to either clone a hard disk, known as mirroring or increase performance, such as using 2 drives as 1, what is known as stripping. The are many more methods and uses much too long to describe,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: i recnetly acquired a laptop..., printer drives, internet connection firewall
printer drives, internet connection firewall, share printer: Dear Clem, You need to right click on the folder and printer that you want to share. Also make sure you check the shares permission. To make it easy on yourself just allow everyone to access your shares. Everyone means everyone that has an account...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: regarding mcp and cna, entry level candidate, networking side
entry level candidate, networking side, luck jim: I really don t know about pay, I haven t started my certification on it yet, but what I hear it would be pretty good starting pay. You will still be required to have experience in the field before they would hire you. I recommend that you find a job locally...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: regarding network admin, programming side, network admin
programming side, network admin, network administrator: Hello, If you consider salary as the aspect for choosing the profile then as a fresher I will always suggest that you go for programming side, because a programmer will always be paid higher than network admin. But if are ready to wait for a longer duration...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote access, static ip address, virtual private network
static ip address, virtual private network, setup a vpn: Hi, Sorry I would need a little clarification. Is this your business? Are you running a lInux server from this office and have a 2000 computer at home? If you want to access a network that is not yours, there is nothing you can do (legally that is)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote access / windows 2003 server, linksys router, public ip
linksys router, public ip, port 3389: Hello, If you will be accessing the server via the browser, and that you have a public IP that you will be using or you have natted the internal IP of the server to a publib IP on the router, then you wont need anything more to do on the server. If you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote access / windows 2003 server, remote access server, virtual private network
remote access server, virtual private network, linksys router: Hi Landon, The most secure and easy way is to create a VPN (Virtual Private Network) access. Assuming you have a Static IP address, you can access the server though anywhere in the world via a remote connection that you create in Windows XP (or earlier)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote access, reply thanks, static ip
reply thanks, static ip, dsl line: Dear moin i dont think that u would require any software or any licence on the server ,u just have to make the connectivity using the isdn between ur 2 locations.......on the server u have win 2k n u have the applications installed on it...so just make...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote connection, ras servers, static ips
ras servers, static ips, moein: moein, you need to follow the steos for configuring the win2k server as RAS so that users can dialin and get authenticated. Another method is to have the VPN enabled in your server so that they can vpn in through their srvice provider. The static IPs you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote desktop, nashville tn, remote desktop
nashville tn, remote desktop, computer maintenance: Hmm, odd. Try checking RDC permissions on those specific computers. Make sure your actually permitted to do that. Other then that, have you added any computers to the network recently? I m pretty sure win2k3 server will restrict the amount you can add...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote login, private network connection, virtual private network
private network connection, virtual private network, mail server: Hi Dave, My first question would be what exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to simply use the computer remotely or the Internet bandwith? Are you trying to access data at work? Based on that information there would be several ways to do this....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote logon, home firewall, dsl line
home firewall, dsl line, free version: You can use PC Anywhere or Dameware among other packages that will allow remote control over the Internet. I use Logmein.com for this purpose because I had problems getting PC Anywhere to work thru my home firewall. They have a free version and I ve been...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote net access via laptop, sattalite dish, google
sattalite dish, google, satellite internet: Yes, that technology exists. It s called just that. Satellite internet! It s extremely expensive (upwards of $100 a month) though. I know in Canada we have something called Xplornet (http://www.xplornet.com/whatis/satellite-tech.asp?lang=EN#4), but I m not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to remove virus to configure a LAN, kind of virus, anti virus software
kind of virus, anti virus software, command shell: Hi, I don t think your prolem is a virus. However, can you tell me more about your setup. You said you can share Internet access...is this throught the ICS service in Windows XP or do you have a router? There are several things you can try. If you right...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remove window hpmcmgr.exe, terminal emulation program, quotation marks
terminal emulation program, quotation marks, dissapears: Hi, The closest thing I can find on the file mentionned is a hpmgrhp . This is a file that is used by Windows as part of a Terminal Emulation program. Do you have any such software? If so, I would sugest either re-installing the application, or if not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: removeing network conectoins, home networking wizard, cross over cable
home networking wizard, cross over cable, crossover cable: Go to start, settings, control panel, administrative tools, services. Make sure each service is set to start automatically. Reboot. Then try removing the network connections from XP. If that works, we l continue from there. If not, reinstall XP using the ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: repair connection, cable internet connection, dsl technologies
cable internet connection, dsl technologies, cable modems: Hi Mike, No, this is not normal. If you can t access the GUI, there might be a problem with the router itself. I would first try to reset it (there should be a button somwehere in the back or side). I would also check with the manufacturer to see if there...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ... requires elevation, wireless router, main computer
wireless router, main computer, uac: Hi Sy, and thanks for your question. This problem is caused by User Account Control in Vista. There is a way to turn off UAC, but if you turn it off, you must re-enable it to allow the installation of programs that require access to the Temp folder in...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: resetting switch for network to speed up, speedstream modem, symantec firewall
speedstream modem, symantec firewall, hp print: Hi Shaun, and thanks for your question. I suspect that there is either a hardware problem, or a device has firmware that needs to be upgraded. My first suggestion would be to go the manufacturers web sites for all your devices, then download and install...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: reverse IP lookup, sc members, server ping
sc members, server ping, reverse ip lookup: Dear Denis, There are ranges in ip addresses that belongs to certain country such as China, Europe, Japan, US and others. And then there are Ip ranges within the US s IP range that are assign to ISP or individual companies. How do I find which websites...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ris server, dc server, member server
dc server, member server, dhcp service: Hi, When authorizing Microsoft Remote Installation Services (RIS) Server during installation you must also install the DHCP service. DHCP requires an active scope, which the RIS client uses only when the client requests a network boot. Before you can view...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: roaming profiles, mandatory profiles, roaming profiles
mandatory profiles, roaming profiles, windows 2000 pro: Sorry, roaming profiles allow users to log on at any workstation with the settings and applications they require. This article explains how to create and administer roaming user profiles with Windows 2000 Server and how to handle the various Windows clients....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, d link router, bandwidth tests
d link router, bandwidth tests, signal quality: Yes, it will be slower (by about half rmemebering that the wired is 100Mbps and the 802.11-g is 54Mbps). The speed also has to do with the signal strength and the signal quality as well. If you have excellent signal strength, but have a lot of interference...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, d link router, bandwidth tests
d link router, bandwidth tests, wireless protocol: Hi Dave, Depending on the quality of the wireless link you have that can be normal. If the D-Link model you have is a 100Mbit speed switch the discrepancy between wired and wireless will be even greater because the wireless protocol (802.11) won t support...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, d link di 604, pppoe client
d link di 604, pppoe client, computering: I wouldn t worry about it. Its unlikely you have any. A PPPoE client would be something like a VPN or other type of app that connects to a remote computer over the Internet. The install and setup with XP should be very simple and straightforward. If you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: which router?, linksys wireless, video conference
linksys wireless, video conference, broadband connection: Alrighty. I would recommend a Linksys wireless router. Once you get one of those, you just plug it into your modem and then your PC s can all connect to it! It s THAT easy.. Honestly. Now, you said your modem is usb.. Youch. That could be a problem. see...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, share files internet, wireless access point
share files internet, wireless access point, speed routers: Erica, Using a router will not reduce the speed infact it will give you more controls than a modem. As far as which one to choose from is concerned.. That depends upon the connectivities you are planning to use for Internet as well as your PCs. SO it should...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, belkin router, cable dsl
belkin router, cable dsl, two computers: Have you tried calling Belkin for support? Its hard for me to dagnose what you may be doing wrong without knowing exactly what you are doing. What is the router connected to (Cable, DSL?)? Can both PCs access the Internet? Are they in the same workgroup? ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, route traffic, high speed internet
route traffic, high speed internet, drop outs: Hi Mary, You probably have some sort of Singing loop going on. PCs like to learn about each other. To do this they chatter when they are idle. This chatter is in the form of little bits of information about which PC is where in the Network. Once a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router and IP, arp protocol, default router
arp protocol, default router, address mask: Hello, Following will be the packect forwarding interface for each of the destination IP s - (a) 135.46.63.10 - Interface 1 (b) 135.46.57.14 - Interface 0 (c) 135.46.52.2 - Interface 0 (d) 192.53.40.7 - router1 (e) 192.53.56.7 - router1 ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router installation..., hyperterminal application, ethernet hub
hyperterminal application, ethernet hub, busy at work: Not the IP addresss on interface connecting to INternet. You need to connect it using IP address of the interface connecting your PC. Internet -- INterface 1--router---INterface 2---your PC. Put the IP address of Interface 2. Let me know what happens...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router issues, router issues, router network
router issues, router network, hp pavillion: Dear Connie, On the computer that does not work. Get the IP address of the non-working workstation. Do you get a DNS address from your router? Your router s IP should be the DHCP server and DNS server on the computer. To find out your IP address:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: I am a router newbie, router settings, visitor ip addresses
router settings, visitor ip addresses, nat router: Hi, reading whole mail i doubt that you are a newbie. Your router should ideally do nat. on your router doing a show nat translation will help you find out if it is actually dooing a nat or not. You should consider static nat for your server and for rest...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router for PC laptop and iMac desktop, linksys router, web browser interface
linksys router, web browser interface, linksys wrt54g: Hi David, and thanks for your question. You should be able to use any new router for your network, and both your Macs and your PCs should be able to connect no problem. Both platforms use WiFi wireless networking and TCP/IP protocols to communicate; all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router question, recomended books, network fundamentals
recomended books, network fundamentals, acadamy: Hello Avish, The best way to study for CCNA will be to join some good acadamy... the reason you need to join the academy is tghat you need to have you Network fundamentals very clear.... If you join a good class they will give you hands on experience as...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router and secure sites, linksys router, router settings
linksys router, router settings, secure sites: Hi David, A couple of things: Installing SP2 with or without makes no difference and SHOULD really be installed as well as all security updates. AOL is not a browser like Explorer or Firefox in the sense that it s in a world of its own... . If you have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router setting, static ip address, dynamic ip address
static ip address, dynamic ip address, video server: Hi, you need to have a STATIC IP address to access the video server from outside. you can t access it with Dynamic IP address (as it is in your case). Once you have a Static IP address in place you can map the Port of your video server to that static...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router setup help info needed;, linksys wrt54gs, ip addr
linksys wrt54gs, ip addr, cable modem: Hello Julie, 86.14.180 0 is a network, and not a device IP address. The device IP address that falls in this network is the router WAN interface IP address which is 86.14.181.189. And the packet passes through that interface as stated earlier. This interface...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router slowing me down?, speedstream 4100 modem, internet light
speedstream 4100 modem, internet light, port ethernet switch: Hi David, and thanks for your question. I think you were on the right path - you need to take the router out of the equation and see if that is causing the problem. You should try again, connecting the PC directly to the DSL modem, then reboot the modem,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router/switch, layer 3 switches, collision domains
layer 3 switches, collision domains, natu: Hello, A switch has different collision domains for each of its ports, but a single broadcast domain, where as a router has different broadcast domains for each of its interfaces. A router is used to connect inter networks that use different types of structures...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, tcp port 1863, linksys web site
tcp port 1863, linksys web site, latest version of msn messenger: Hi Peter, First I would make sure that your router has the most recent firmware. It can be obtained here: http://linksys.com/download/ A word of warning before you read the rest of my comments. I don t know your level of expertise nor do I know how...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers, wireless network adapter, staples office
wireless network adapter, staples office, computer novice: Yes, there are lots of Broadband routers designed for home use. Just go into any computer or office store (CompUSA, Best Buy, Staples, Office Max, etc.) and you will find a selection of them. Your broadband modem would then connect to the router through...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers, broadband internet connection, computer novice
broadband internet connection, computer novice, broadband modem: Hello John, Yes, you can share your broadband internet connection using a broadband router. The router has 4 ethernet ports to which you can connect your laptop and the desktop. The cable from the broadband modem will connect to the WAN port of the router....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers and PCMCIA cards, pcmcia cards, pcmcia card
pcmcia cards, pcmcia card, internet connection sharing: Have you tried using the internet connection sharing, where one main pc dials up the internet than shares its connection the rest of the network, it may be slow but it may work for you try this link to set it up http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/ic...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers and switches, osi reference model, lan segments
osi reference model, lan segments, routers and switches: Hi Isaac and thanks for your question. Yes, routers and switches are different devices. Here are definitions from an online encyclopedia: http://pcwebopedia.com/TERM/r/router.html A device that forwards data packets along networks. A router is connected...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how routers work?, telecommunication infrastructure, virtual private network
telecommunication infrastructure, virtual private network, layer two tunneling protocol: Hello, Follow the links below to know about how the routers work : http://www.dummies.com/WileyCDA/DummiesArticle/id-1674.html ----------------------------------------------------------- A virtual private network (VPN) is a network that uses a public...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routers, port router, daisy chain
port router, daisy chain, switch hub: Yes you are almost right. The only caveat is that you may have to connect to the Uplink port on the router. Some (older) Linksys routers have 2 ports on one end. One is labeled Uplink. You would use that port to daisy chain to another switch/hub. You also...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routing, switch ports, vlans
switch ports, vlans, switch port: Hello, Configure two vlans on the switch and have one port each a member of different vlan. Ex- vlan 10 and vlan 11, and have ports 1 and 2 members of vlan 10 and 11 respecrively. The gateway will be connected to the uplink of the switch. Connect the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routing dial-up connection data to ethernet connection, lanmodem, watchguard firebox
lanmodem, watchguard firebox, broadband wireless: Hello, Squid is built to run on Unix based systems, there is an option though to run it in cygwin, which is a linux like environment for windows, but that gets too complicated and stressful for the system. You can download free proxy server for windows...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routing and remote access, network hub, static ip address
network hub, static ip address, route traffic: Hello, You need to setup the server to route traffic between the two networks. You will also have to make sure that the clients are using the IP address of the server as the gateway, the IP address which falls in the range as that of the client. And on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: routing, network neighborhood, sbc yahoo
network neighborhood, sbc yahoo, installer cd: Bill, All you need to do is to connectyour son s pc with a cross cable, as it is not very far. This connection would need an ethernet interface on your PCs. You need to doenload a proxy server s/w from Internet. lots of them are freeily available. Now...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: run two towers with one keyboard,mouse,moniter, scroll lock key, keyboard video mouse
scroll lock key, keyboard video mouse, mouse keyboard: Hi Robby, Actually there are 2 different questions here. When talking about using the same mouse, keyboard and screen for several computers; this is done by simply hooking up what is called a KVM switch (Keyboard Video Mouse). You simply plug the mouse,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: We are running an ISP in Iran,let's..., remote access servers, sigma 5
remote access servers, sigma 5, authentication server: Navid, hi... Yes there are softwares which you can use to manage your billing and at the same for user administration & monitoring, But all these softwares are paid. I donot know if there is any freebie available. Maybe you can ask your vendors to supply...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: We are running an ISP in Iran,let's..., remote access servers, users profiles
remote access servers, users profiles, cache server: Hi Navid, and thanks for your question. There are few ways to track down the offender who is abusing your system. unfortunately. One way is Caller ID. In the US, the phone number of the caller is sent to the destination automatically and can be viewed...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: We are running an ISP in Iran,let's..., remote access servers, users profiles
remote access servers, users profiles, cache server: This is really out of my area and you need to consult with a security specialist to see how to either track them down or block them. What I can tell you, is, if you have the IP they are using and that IP remains consistent, you can contact the service that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Satellite Internet with a home network, satellite internet service, wireless nics
satellite internet service, wireless nics, satellite modem: Hi Kevin, I don t support any wireless networks. It is a security thing with me. Although technology is improving in that regard WLANs are still intrinsicly less secure than the wired variety. In any event, here is what I would do to share the Satellite...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: SERVER with 2 NIC's, dammam saudi arabia, bandwidth analysis
dammam saudi arabia, bandwidth analysis, fault tolerance: Hi Dammam, It s good to hear from you. Hope things are well there in Saudi. Teaming your NIC s are always a good idea on servers that support it. You will need the proper Teaming utility from your server s NIC manufacture. Check your vendors website....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sending emails, mail transport, smtp settings
mail transport, smtp settings, transport protocol: Sending email is controlled via what is called an SMTP server (send mail transport protocol if I remember correctly). These rarely require authentication, so you can use almost anyone. Until you can get home and check your SMTP settings, you can use mine!...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sending large files - a QB file of 600 MB file, own ftp server, sending large files
own ftp server, sending large files, ftp space: Hello, FTP is the best option in this scenario. You will need to purchase some FTP space on servers from your ISP, or you can have your own FTP server connected to the Internet. You will need internet links with a good bandwidth as the file sizes are large....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sending a print job to another printer, network printer, ip address
network printer, ip address, router: Hi Eddie, Yes it can be done. All you have to do is to share the printer, and then add it on the other machine as a network printer. If you have a network printer, then you can directly add it using its own IP Address. If the printer is a normal printer,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server 2003 / Exchange, transaction log files, hard disk space
transaction log files, hard disk space, exchange archive: Hi Jako, It might be that it is recording all the transaction log files. You can of course limit the amount of space each user has, as well as limit the size of the database. Here are a few links giving you more details: http://support.microsoft.com/?id=240145...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server | Counter-Strike Dedactied Server, server counter strike, intel pentium 4
server counter strike, intel pentium 4, external ip address: Hello, NAT has to be setup on the router,can be setup as dynamic NAT or static NAT. If you want to map more than one internal IP address to just one external IP address, then you can do that with specifying different ports for each internal IP address....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server at home, web server capabilities, mail server
web server capabilities, mail server, hosting a web site: Hi Graham, There first thing you need to analyze is why you need a server. Do you require it for file sharing, email or hosting a web site. These are all questions that will help you determine what you will need and how easy it will be to do. If you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server interface is disabled, server interface, microsoft site
server interface, microsoft site, ctrl alt del: Hi, Please excuse the delay in responding as I have received more question than suppose to. Normally when you get this error, the account really has been disabled and should not let you in from a remote machine. However I do have a link to the Microsoft...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server Setup on My Home Network, port hub, dns settings
port hub, dns settings, two answers: My sources have replied to me.. Yeah, with home-based routers, you d pretty much have to put the public ones on the outside of the router - and ensure they are individually firewalled very well. More advanced routers can do a 1:1 NAT, translating,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server Setup on My Home Network, subnet mask, isp issues
subnet mask, isp issues, public ip: This is pretty much out of my league. I think this needs to be configured on the router, so your best bet is to contact your router manufacturer for help. I do know someone with more knowledge about this than I who might be able to help. If you join askmehelpdesk.com...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server upgrade, pci scsi controller, tekram dc 390
pci scsi controller, tekram dc 390, service pack 6: This should work. The exceptions will be as follows: (1) the chipset on the motherboard. Your new MB should come with a disk with drivers, and, if you re lucky, there will be NT drivers on it. I would suggest reading up on installing NT drivers and www.google.com...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server vs. Peer to Peer, operational stations, filing cabnet
operational stations, filing cabnet, generic server: If all the workstations are being used as workstations, then a peer-to-peer should be fine in such a small office. If however you are using one machine, as you say, for nothing but storage, then you may want to look at a client/server setup. I would recommend...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Servers...., registered domain, whatis com
registered domain, whatis com, free pages: A server (see wwww.whatis.com, enter server , and you ll find more info than you ever wanted), simply provides information on the internet. To use one, you will need a fixed IP address; see www.godaddy.com to get one, as well as a registered domain name --...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Servers..., novell netware, server class
novell netware, server class, web files: A server is another computer that is running a server class operating system, such as Novell Netware or Windows 2000/2003 Server. YOu also need to have a Web server installed on the computer. In addition you need to have a connection to the internet (other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Servers...., static ip address, server tasks
static ip address, server tasks, database queries: Hi Gall, Servers are often dedicated, meaning that they perform no other tasks besides their server tasks. For example, a file server is a computer and storage device dedicated to storing files. Any user on the network can store files on the server. A print...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Service Control, remote access server, terminal service
remote access server, terminal service, core network: Hi John, Actually I have never worked/configured anything in windows server domain (I am a core network guy); but still I have managed to find out the solution to your problem. Please visit the link below and I hope that should solve your problem. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Service Control, remote access server, port 23
remote access server, port 23, terminal service: John, hi.. Sorry for the delay in responding. You need to allow terminal services on the firewall for those users. See if you can open port 23 for those PCs. ELse whenveer any of the users tries to telnet you need to allow them first time, next time they...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a 38 pc network from scratch, cisco 3550, studying computer science
cisco 3550, studying computer science, networking side: Well, for one, you would need a LAN switch that will support 40 devices. If the hypothetical client requires a non-redundant environment, you could go with just a single Cisco 3550-48 - which is a 48 port switch. Your server would have just the one network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up a Stand Alone On To The Network, home networking wizard, setup domain
home networking wizard, setup domain, system icon: If you have a domain, just change the computer name (should be under the System icon in control panel) and join the domain. If a workgroup, just join the workgroup in the same place. If you have an XP system in your workgroup, run the Home Networking Wizard,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a file server on Microsoft Windows Server 2003, microsoft windows server, place users
microsoft windows server, place users, shipping department: Hi Sahar, I hope you understand that this is complex answer that cannot be fully explained via email. However I can give you a little advice as well as point you to some web sites with screen shots that will hopefully help you. When setting a file server,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home LAN, aztec modem, dsl 305eu
aztec modem, dsl 305eu, connecting 2 pcs: Actually, you re off to a great start so far :) Most people don t have a clue how to get started. It s quite refreshing to see someone actually take a problem and look for a solution rather then just having someone do it for them! The problem you re expieriencing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home LAN, aztec modem, dsl 305eu
aztec modem, dsl 305eu, connecting 2 pcs: Hi Gabriel, The first thing which I want you to look for is about the blinking LED on your ADSL Modem. As you said that as soon as you plug in the switch the LED starts blinking continuously, I would like you to find out the meaning of this indication (you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home LAN, aztec modem, dsl 305eu
aztec modem, dsl 305eu, connecting 2 pcs: Hello, Te problem is with the IP addresses on the two machines. Usually an ISP will lease out an IP address to the modem or a single machine that gets connected to the internet. Now in your case, your WAN port on the modem will connect to the ISP and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up home LAN, network wizard, tranfer files
network wizard, tranfer files, home lan: I m not familiar with that router, but if your carrier provided it, I would check with them for instructions. Just run the network wizard on the new PC and that should work fine for it. The Win 98 machine will require a bit more work. However, its really...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home network, cable internet access, router system
cable internet access, router system, network capabilities: 1) Open device manager and look under the Network adaptors to see if anything is listed. If it is, then you have a network card install. 2) You can purchase a network card to install in the computer, or you can use a USB network adaptor. 4) I would...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home network, factory default settings, d link router
factory default settings, d link router, setting up wireless connection: Hi Ananth, It depends on how you are trying to communicate between the computers. Usually, people are using Windows File and Printer Sharing. In that case, you don t need the IP addresses; the computers communicate using their computer names, which you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a home network, adsl modem, modem wireless
adsl modem, modem wireless, setting up a home network: You are already networked. To share files and the printer, you need to turn on File and Print Sharing on all PCs. From there you should be able to setup the printer and folders as shared. These can then be accessed from other machines on the LAN. Not sure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up home network with multiple routers, lan ports, setting up home network
lan ports, setting up home network, crossover cable: Hello, Yes, you can connect 3 routers in a chain, and you would be able to share the Internet connection as well as share files across the LAN. You need to connect 2 PC s to each router s LAN ports. One router will be connected to the WAN through the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up home network, norton anti virus, setting up home network
norton anti virus, setting up home network, network hub: Here is the problem. If the only protocol that you are using is TCP/IP, then you are getting your ip address from your ISP with a hub. The addresses on the two computers may or may not be on the same network. If they are not, there is no way to change that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Internet sharing on a home network, firewall zonealarm, using a router
firewall zonealarm, using a router, static ip addresses: Hi Sean. Turning off Zone Alarm was a good move to start. Are you using a router? If so, there is absolutely no need for Zone Alarm and you should uninstall it. Secondly do you have a program such as Mcaffee installed or Norton? If so, try deactivating...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up a LAN with TCP/IP Protocol, spx protocol, internal ip addresses
spx protocol, internal ip addresses, setting up a lan: Hello, You will have to install TCP/IP on both the computers for the NIC s. Then you will have to just plug in all the cables, to the NIC and to the ports in the switch. Configure internal IP addresses on both the computers. Eg: One will have 192.168.1.1...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Netgear router, cable router, network neighborhood
cable router, network neighborhood, windows 2000 pro: It should be plug and play. But if your ISP says you only get one computer, then you re screwed. They are the only ones that have power over that. And you should *never* tell them that you have a router, because then they know. I couldn t understand what...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network between 2 computers, system file checker, dynamic link library
system file checker, dynamic link library, reboot windows: Hi Ian, and thanks for your question. This is a fairly common problem with Windows networking protocols. A file gets lost or corrupt, and things start working badly or not at all. What I suggest you do is uninstall all your networking protocols. Go...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network between 3 computer, wireless router, networking cards
wireless router, networking cards, setting up a network: Hello Chris, You will need a wireless router with 4 ethernet ports. To this router, you can conenct your 2 computers with the LAN cards, and also the laptop wirelessly. The connection from the cable modem can be put into the uplink port of the router,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network between a Laptop and a Desktop., crossover cable, network wizard
crossover cable, network wizard, setup a network: First a crossover cable should work assuming it really is a crossover. It as to reverse the pinouts. If it is a crossover, XP is very network aware and the network wizard should work. Without knowing what problems you encountered I can t say what the problem...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network between a Laptop and a Desktop., two network cards, workgroup name
two network cards, workgroup name, doug becker: You will need a hub/switch, two standard network cables and two network cards (which you already have). Both computers need to have the same workgroup name, but different computer names. You must then share the hard drive on the machine that you are trying...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network between a Laptop and Desktop, network setup wizard, norton anti virus
network setup wizard, norton anti virus, crossover cable: Hi again, I really do not know what else you can check. It is difficult through email and when you cannot see the problem. I know this is a long shot, but have you verified and turned off all powere management features? The power management of the Network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up network printer, setting up network printer, printer icon
setting up network printer, printer icon, router: Hi, yes your printer has its own IP Address, your documentation for the printer should give you the details on how to set up the printer and its IP Address. When you can see the printer through your network than you will need to set up a path to it. You will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a network, proxy software, setting up a network
proxy software, setting up a network, hi chris: Hi again Chris, I think this might be something you would be interested in. It s something I have worked with. It is not expensive but it s not freeware either...certainly worth the price: https://www.contentwatch.com/products/home Hope this helps...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Port security, port security, port configuration
port security, port configuration, mac address: Hello Bonaventure, The port configuration command depsnds upon the cisco IOS installed on the switch. If you have IOS 12.1 (6) EA2 or earlier, then use the command mac address table secure . And if the IOS is later than the specified version then, use the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a router to read internet, motorola sb5120 surfboard cable modem, surfboard cable modem
motorola sb5120 surfboard cable modem, surfboard cable modem, motorola sb5120: Hi Trevor, and thanks for your question. Sorry for the delay in responding; as sometimes happens, I did not receive notification of your question from AllExperts. I hope this delay did not cause you any inconvenience. FIrst of all, you should start...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Server, dot matrix printers, dell poweredge
dot matrix printers, dell poweredge, nas drive: First I question the need for a NETWORK server at all. With the setup you have either a File and Print server or NAS (Network Attached Storage) may be enough for you. The sole advantage of using a network server with an operating system like 2003 Server...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Server, dot matrix printers, setting up server
dot matrix printers, setting up server, six computers: I highly recommend against using a Windows server. I would use Ubuntu Server (www.ubuntu.com). Ubuntu is a free open source linux operating system that is much more stable then Windows. Want some more info? www.whylinuxisbetter.net It s really easy...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up Server, dot matrix printers, virtual private networking
dot matrix printers, virtual private networking, microsoft windows server: Hi Landon, This is a very complex question that cannot, and should not be answered by email. There are too many factors involved and what you need is a Consultant such as myself to go on site that will assess your needs from a to z and see what type of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a WAN: new modem needed?, usb adsl modem, klg
usb adsl modem, klg, datasheet: Hi Mark, I went therough the datasheet of this router, and it only needs an ADSL modem with one ethernet port. I think you already have such a modem. So then you will not need additional modem. In that case, as you rightly said, the only thing you need...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up A Wireless Network, usb flash drive, wireless access point
usb flash drive, wireless access point, wireless network adapter: No you do NOT need a USB flash drive, that s what I was telling you. A USB flash drive has nothing to do with networking. Your laptops almost definitely have a built in WiFif network adapter so you don t need anything more on the laptops. You do need the wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a WLAN in a hotel building, radius authentication, guest checks
radius authentication, guest checks, radius server: Hitesh, you can have both the options. EIther single ssid through all APs or configure multiple SSID per AP. YOu would need to enable DHCP on the AP so that they get all the requiste ssetting from the network itself and would be good to go. As for guest...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up wireless in home with a linksys router, wireless pc cards, linksys router
wireless pc cards, linksys router, 2wire modem: The modem connects to the Internet or WAN port of your router. Most routers have a 4 port switch built in. I would use that to connect your PC. I would assume your PC is located near where the modem is. Then you use the laptop to connect wireleslly. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up wireless network, wireless lan setup, wireless router
wireless lan setup, wireless router, setting up wireless network: Hi again Brian, Yes, once you have a connection to the wireless router, you can move that computer. Usually, you can put it anywhere in your house - a wireless router has a typical range of 100-300 feet, depending on what s in the way. If that s an issue,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up wireless network, wireless broadband router, netgear ma111
wireless broadband router, netgear ma111, type winipcfg: When you say that you cannot find anything on the laptop or the PC does that mean that you cannot browse the internet from either machine? Do you have the PC connected to the router? If so, click on Start- Run and type winipcfg and click ok. Then check...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a wirless network., adsl modem router, using a router
adsl modem router, using a router, guy answer: Thanks Guy, That s what I was looking for. Is your modem always on and capable of holding the DSL link without the PC being connected. Most DSL Home networks are now run through an ADSL Modem/Router/Firewall. This means the Box holds the connection...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setup a Home Network between three or more computers., motorola cable modem, setup a home network
motorola cable modem, setup a home network, mac os x: yes the IP for the PC, and you can change it so the PC has an assigned (static) IP rather than a dynamic one. But, if you are using a PC as a print server it would generally be left on all the time, so it should keep the same IP. Nothing will allow the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setup LAN and WAN for a company, lan cabling, cat6 cable
lan cabling, cat6 cable, google: Hello Edmund, Best option for a LAN cabling is cat5 or cat6 cable. For a WAN conection, it depends upon the type of connection you will go for. Eg: frame relay, ATM, etc. To veiw a list of harware you will need to search on google for the specific device....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setup a WAN, voice capability, web platforms
voice capability, web platforms, intranet servers: Mike, I must say that you have gathered enough of information for the wan to be setup which is difficult for a newbie. FOr the branch offices/sales offices you need a router, a switch and wan link for your service provider. FOr your home users a broadband...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: SHare IP address?, static ip addresses, uplink port
static ip addresses, uplink port, windows 2000 xp: Assuming that by internal IP addressing you mean one of the ranges of reserved/private IP addresses, the answer is yes. Your switch almost certainly has an uplink port (or is set to use any port ad an uplink port) and provides DCHP. Set the switch to provide...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share 1 IP address, route packets, professional systems
route packets, professional systems, nating: There is a limitation with WINXP for only other PC that it can Internet Connection Share with. If you had Win2k Server or 2003 Server, yes, you could use the server to NAT. A router is made for NATing, among other things, which is the most cost effective...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share 1 IP address, internet connnection, software firewall
internet connnection, software firewall, professional systems: Hi Sonny, and thanks for your question. I m not sure why you do not want to use a router - in fact, a router will use NAT to share your internet connection. It also provides important protection against incoming connections that you would not get with...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share 1 IP address, router use, router setup
router use, router setup, static ip addresses: Hello Sonny, What I will suggest you is that get a router. Use only one static IP address on the WAN interface of the router. Create a small network of your 15 computers, using internal IP addressess, give one of the internal IP addressess to the LAN interface...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share Bandwidth, 3com router, share bandwidth
3com router, share bandwidth, critical traffic: Yes, of course. You can apply QOS and prioritise such traffic as low and other business critical traffic as high. THat will sove your problem. Other option is for time based access-list where you can allow such downloads only after a certain time. But...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share documents with vpn network, windows terminal services, setup windows
windows terminal services, setup windows, share documents: Hello Brad, The terminal services that you see running on your WinXP or Win98 PC s is the client service running. What we need in a situation here is the server service running that is able to accept connections from other computers. But firstly, you need...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share IP address, dns server address, internet domain names
dns server address, internet domain names, cable router: Dear Sonny, You can do this with one IP address if you purchase a DSL/cable router to NAT into 15 IP address. Switch will not work unless you subnet the IP address that you building gives you. I do not know how much IP subnetting do you know, but I can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share IP addresses?, nat network address translation, network address translation
nat network address translation, network address translation, internal ip addresses: Hi Sonny, You can very well do that. You need to have a box (Linux/Unix or a router) which can do NAT (Network Address Translation). When you turn on NAT the box will make a list of traslation it will do between the Internal IP addressing scheme and the 5...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Share internet, modem phone, broadband router
modem phone, broadband router, share internet: I m not even sure if what you want IS possible. It it is you would need software on the machine connected to the that would accept the dial in and then act as a proxy server. While there are plenty of proxy servers out there, I m not sure about what software...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared Folders and Passwords, subject folder, shared folders
subject folder, shared folders, shared folder: Hi Mike, and thanks for your question. How much you have to do depends on how savvy the user is. If you don t think they can figure out how to reshare the folder, you can probably just remove it from their system. However, if they can figure this out,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared Folders, linksys cable router, shared folders
linksys cable router, shared folders, crossover cable: Hi Philip, There might be a few factors such as are you using both XP Professional or Home or one of each? Is the firewall activated? If they are all accessing the Internet, then it s a good sign, it means there is no reason why they should not be able...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared grandchild folders "access denied", mr mackay, personal firewall
mr mackay, personal firewall, shared folder: I suspect that the basic cause is one, or both, of two things: (1) You have firewalls on the machines (Zone Alarm and McAfee personal firewall, in particular, cause problemw with this.) Disable them and see if the problem disappears. If so, share all the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing ADSL Between vlans, adsl internet connection, layer 3 switch
adsl internet connection, layer 3 switch, vlans: Hello, I am not sure about creating a trunk port on the server, as I have never configured such a setup. You may give it a try. If it does not work, other option can be to have a layer 3 switch connected to the server in a seperate vlan and have routing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing DSL connection without using a router, lan adapter card, lan card
lan adapter card, lan card, lan connection: Hi Bryan, and thanks for your question. Yes, it is possible to share your internet connection as you describe. You can add a second LAN adapter card and user the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) feature of Windows. Here are some links on ICS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Connection_Sharing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing my DSL Internet connection, dsl internet connection, lan card
dsl internet connection, lan card, broadband router: Why not use a router? Basically, you have to use one whether it be a hardware router that PCs connect directly to, or a software router (proxy server) running on your PC. You can then use a second LAN card to connect to a switch or hub to share the connection....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Files on a home network, wireless usb adapter, clairification
wireless usb adapter, clairification, sorry for the confusion: No, but you need to change the way you connect to the computer. This is done in the Users object in control panel. Remove the check mark from the Use the Welcome Screen and also the Use Fast User Switching and then reboot. Once you do this, it will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Files, printer and dsl, network ip addresses, microsoft firewall
network ip addresses, microsoft firewall, internet modem: You will need to check if all computers have a LAN card in stalled. You will need enough patch cable to run from a router to each computer. You will need a router; I suggest at least an eight port or better. You will need a patch cable from your router to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing files and printers, wirless router, network pieces
wirless router, network pieces, 925e: Hi Jared, and thansk for your question. First of all, you already have all the hardware and network pieces in place to share your printer. The rest is just setting things up in Windows. On both systems, you need to have Windows File & Printer Sharing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Internet ad-hoc, pc answer, wireless router
pc answer, wireless router, share internet: I thought that might be what you were referring to. Frankly, the only time I ve tried to set one up is from PC to printer. And that connection wasn t any too stable. With wireless routers so cheap, why not just get one and make life easier on yourself? ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Internet ad-hoc, wireless router, share internet
wireless router, share internet, cat5 cable: Hello, If both the PC s have wireless adapters, then you will need a wireless router on which you will need to terminate the internet connection. Set the router as a DHCP server for the LAN and your setup is complete. If you do not have a wireless adapter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Internet, adhoc network, share internet
adhoc network, share internet, cable modem: Yes :) Simply go into the wireless network list on XP. Goto Setup preferred networks or something similar (its with a Gold star). Click Add ... type in the name of your adhoc network. At the bottom, click the this is an adhoc network box. Click ok,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing internet, broadband router, adsl modem
broadband router, adsl modem, wireless router: You need a broadband router and network adapters. 10 meters is short enough to run a cable, but if that s impractical, you can get a wireless router and wireless adapter (for your friend). Since I expect your PC will be located near the router (which connects...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing internet, usb wireless adapter, desktop windows 2000
usb wireless adapter, desktop windows 2000, cable modem internet: Hi Auguste, First my opinion on ad hoc and ICS. The only thing the Access Point is doing is sending the signal to the wireless network card, like a telephone base to the cordless hadset, nothing more. So you understand that you will have no security such...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Printer, hp psc 500, automatic switches
hp psc 500, automatic switches, printer scanner: The best way would be to network the 2 PCs using a broadband router. This will allow you to share the printer as well as the Internet connection. The alternative is to use a printer switch. There are manual and automatic switches. Belkin.com is a source...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing Printers With the Same Name..!!, hp laserjet 1320, share printers
hp laserjet 1320, share printers, model hp: Hello, To share any device (inlcuding printer) that devicer can be shared from only that machine to which it is directly connected. You cannot enable sharring for a device from a machine to which the device is not directly connected. Also in a network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing a printer, dsl and files, router acts, parallel configuration
router acts, parallel configuration, mac expert: Hi Harvey, For Internet sharing, all you need is a router. This will also allow you to communicate will al your computers. Normally an everyday router, like linksys come with 4 ports so you can plug up to 4 computers. Depending on the type of service you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing a printer on a home network., epson stylus photo, hp officejet k80xi
epson stylus photo, hp officejet k80xi, stylus photo 825: The answer is yes, but not directly. For a printer to be made available on a network it needs to be connected to a print server. This print server could be a PC or a stand alone device. There are several print servers, both wired and wireless available on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing a printer, linksys router, usb connections
linksys router, usb connections, usb connection: Steve, Actually what you said was since I changed my printer to a USB connection . This could just mean that you had a printer that used both parallel and USB connections and you switched to the USB connection. Had you said, I swtiched to a new printer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing resources, canon i560 printer, eddy cheong
canon i560 printer, eddy cheong, netgear wireless: Dear Eddy Cheong, If the your canon is connect to PC1 via usb cable it is technically a local printer, but you can share it on PC1. So that PC2 can use the printer when even PC1 is on. Pc2 can access this printer by browsing network neighborhood and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing a Scanner On a Home Network, usb cables, usb switch
usb cables, usb switch, switch box: Most scanners are not networkable. What you are talking about is not networking but switching. You need a USB switch box (try belkin.com for them). The scanner is connected to the switch and from the switch to each PC. Then you simply switch the scanner to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Sharing and security, netgear wireless, computer sharing
netgear wireless, computer sharing, range input: On zone alarm go firewall tab, zones, click on add new zone. Click on IP range, input the range given to you from your router. Such as 192.168.10.115 to 192.168.10.125, your router should only give out about twenty IP addresses. stay with in thus IP address....