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General Networking/Lan/Wan: routing, link state routing protocol, distance vector
link state routing protocol, distance vector, natu: Hello, This question cannot be answered in a small space here. Please visit the following link to get a good understanding about the fucntioning of EIGRP which will help you clear your query. http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/cisintwk/ito_doc/en_igrp.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: slow programs, wireless adsl router, netgear dg834g
wireless adsl router, netgear dg834g, windows xp service pack: DISABLE Internet Connection Sharing !!!! You do NOT USE it all when you have a router installed. It sounds as though you have completely cobbled your very simple network. All devices connect to the router, with or without a cable. That s it. There is NOTHING...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: subnets on a lan, router port, forward traffic
router port, forward traffic, route traffic: Terence, No bother, I m glad to help. That looks good to me mate. You ll then need to route Red subnet to Blue Subnet and vice versa to achieve connectivity between red and blue clients. You ll also need to route traffic to and from the server. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: subnetting, global configuration mode, cisco ios software release
global configuration mode, cisco ios software release, rfc 950: Hello, Traditionally, it was strongly recommended that subnet zero and the all-ones subnet not be used for addressing. According to RFC 950 , It is useful to preserve and extend the interpretation of these special (network and broadcast) addresses in subnetted...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: subnetting, variable length subnet mask, class c network
variable length subnet mask, class c network, subnet routes: Hello, FLSM - Because the older, classful routing protocols don t convey prefix lengths, routers using these protocols have no way of knowing the prefix lengths of incoming routes! Therefore, they have no choice but to assume that subnet routes from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: switch, router, usb print server, switch router
usb print server, switch router, hp all in one: You need either a USB Print Server Device (about $80) or use a computer as a dedicated printer server. You cannot cable the RJ-45 to a USB port. You will seriously damage either device. I have little experience with Cisco Routers, as per my profile with...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: telnet tunnel, route web requests, telnet port 23
route web requests, telnet port 23, remote access service: None of what you asked is possible. That is not how telnet, proxy servers, or web browsers operate. You are trying to squeeze tequila out of oranges !!! Go with the VPN or use PC Anywhere with port 23 as the destination port since you are implying that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Use of Ethernet cable as T1 patch, radio frequency rf, csuchico edu
radio frequency rf, csuchico edu, rf applications: Hi Tom, and thanks for your question. I think that the problem is not the physical construction of the cable, but rather the pinout. They pin assignments are definitely different for T1 and for Ethernet: http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~dranch/HARDWARE/common-cables.html#std-t1...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless home network, type ipconfig, network wizard
type ipconfig, network wizard, wireless router: Hi Ben, The configuration you are trying to achieve is quite simple. It s best to sketch a network diagram for all your computers. Make a note of all the IP addresses of the computers. To find the IP Address, click START Run Type in cmd and click...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router IP Addresses, linksys wireless router, ip network address
linksys wireless router, ip network address, private ip address: Hi Jimmy, IMG src= http://kwsq.com/Dancing-M&Ms.gif border=0 Your question concerns the IP address pool that your router will hand out using DHCP and also the base IP address of the router. There are two sides to the IP Network address on your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router swapout, linksys wireless router, factory settings
linksys wireless router, factory settings, security option: Why would anyone RENT a router when routers cost less than $50. But anyway, there is a possibility, if you power off the router for any length of time, it will reset to factory settings. But most likely it will work OK. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless router, routers wan, router use
routers wan, router use, lan ports: You re lucky, I know *exactly* what you re talking about. I had this exact same problem a long time ago. Fortunately, the solution is easier then you may think. Instead of connecting the wired router to the wireless routers WAN port, connect it just...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless networking, compaq ipaq, home os
compaq ipaq, home os, os win xp: Hi Sun, To be honest, I find 802.11 (Wireless) is excellent for home networking. I have only dabbled with Bluetooth Dongles, connecting my mobile phone and a Compaq iPAQ at home. I did find the following guide from Microsoft useful for setting up....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router netgear wgr614 v.9, laptop computer toshiba, netgear wgr614
laptop computer toshiba, netgear wgr614, toshiba machine: Hi Again Frank, DO NOT USE and/or INSTALL ANY CD s THAT CAME WITH YOUR ROUTER. They are totally unnecessary and will only gum up the works. All wireless and cabled Ethernet connection solutions are contained within the O/S from WinXP/SP2 and above....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Access To Another Computer On LAN, open windows explorer, linksys wrt54g
open windows explorer, linksys wrt54g, wireless laptops: Network secuirty is no my expertise. I know some things, but not really enough. I do not know if anyone else will help. Most of the other experts I correspond with have ethics and will not help with this. There are course you can take in higher education that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ADSL INTRANET CONFLICT, local area network, peculiar problem
local area network, peculiar problem, frequent problem: RIyaz, You need to check the IP addressing schema being used in your PCs and the default gayte way for the PCs accessing INternet. It should be the IP address of the DSL modem. ALso be advised that DSL is a share media and response/performance depends...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: What's ARP??, address resolution protocol, routing protocols
address resolution protocol, routing protocols, mac address: ARP is Address resolution protocol. Each device has a unique mac address. THis is used for communication. Mac address acre quite cumbersome you can not remeber them and neither are they devised to be used in all routing protocols. So IP address is used to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: CCNP Bootcamp, cisco training, topgun
cisco training, topgun, training partners: Hi James, I haven;t gone through any such exercise. There are lot of institutes which conduct CCNP bootcampls like Karrox, cartelnetwork, topgun technologies etc. You can contact anyone of them or you can contact Cisco s authorised training partners. Hope...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet utilization drop off, speed devices, ethernet network
speed devices, ethernet network, hubs: Bob, That depends on a lot of things. Bandwidth, port size and speed, devices in the LAN such as routers, switches and or hubs. Can you be more detailed in your question and tell me why you are asking it will help me answer better. Bernie-...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet utilization drop off, networking problems, hi bob
networking problems, hi bob, flavors: Hi Bob, This is a practical application forum devoted to general networking problems and issues, and not to theory discussions. Your question is far too vague to answer with any precision. There are a dozen or more different flavors of protocols which...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can see files on one computer, but not the other?, cat5 ethernet cable, workgroup names
cat5 ethernet cable, workgroup names, windows xp sp2: Bryan, After further review of your question I have some things I want you to check for me if you would: 1. Check My Computer Properties. Make sure both workgroup names are the same and machine names are unique. 2. Open properties of the NIC. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: firebox watchgaurd x750e core, internal ip address, external ip address
internal ip address, external ip address, lan client: Hello, You are unable to access the internal server using the external IP address as this falls outside the range of the LAN ip block. You will hev to configure the server with an IP address withing the range of the LAN IP block, which will make it accessible...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: firebox watchgaurd x750e core, traceroute command, public ip
traceroute command, public ip, ip subnet: I have some more questions for you that need to be answered in order to proceed further. What in the internal IP address of the Firewall. The public IP address of 213.210.233.190 should be NAT ed to an inside local address, what is this address? From...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home network not working, wireless modem, wireless router
wireless modem, wireless router, computername: I assume you mean a wireless router, not a modem. Make sure both PCs are in the same workgroup and that they both have File and Print sharing turned on. Make sure you have some respources on the Vista machine set to shaed. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: My IP addressing question, host id, multicast group
host id, multicast group, natu: Hello, A special D class is reserved for multicast IP addresses. The hosts who want be a part of the multicast group join the group using IGMP requests. The mulicast block is from 224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255 Please visit the following link for more...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Issues, network neighbourhood, linux webserver
network neighbourhood, linux webserver, using samba: Are you using SAMBA from the linux machine to access these other machines or NFS file mounting? Are both OS s you use 64bit or 32 bit? I am not a Windows Engineer,but it sounds like you may have iptables firewall on the linux box or another security feature...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Segmentation, inner segment, amd k7
inner segment, amd k7, nat boxes: If it were me, I would set up what you refer to as your outer segment, as a DMZ which allows your public services to be reached by the outside via firewall rules, and then allow your LAN to reside behind the firewall and only be accessed by other LAN machines....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Segmentation, inner segment, amd k7
inner segment, amd k7, nat boxes: Hi... You can use 10.x.x.x private addressing scheme all over. Simply change the addresses appropriately to match the LAN Segments. Your children, and others, would have to be fairly decent hackers to get through the NATting on the internal segment....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Local Printing of HTML pages, pdf file format, adobe acrobat software
pdf file format, adobe acrobat software, intranet setup: Hi Again John, I can see your dilemma. I am not much of an expert in dynamic printing from web pages. Whenever I needed something such as that I simply poked around and found some previously written PHP code and altered that to suit. The easy way out. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: need to strengthen the signal ot the wifi access point, wireless access point, wireless access points
wireless access point, wireless access points, plenum cable: Hi Again Simon, Thanks for the compliment !! Just a final thought or two... Your best solution may be using a wireline or PowerLine as your building backbone and then connecting Wireless Access Points on each floor. If you used the PowerLine...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network printing, hp photosmart 7450, hp photosmart 7450 printer
hp photosmart 7450, hp photosmart 7450 printer, modem router: Is this your printer? http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00213847&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en&product=397785&rule=38939&lang=en If so you need a print server to connect this directly to your router. You can connect this directly to a PC on your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, level security system, internet router
level security system, internet router, internet threats: Hello Amy, You can have a two level security system in place for your home network provided you have the correct devices. The first level can be your firewall on the internet router/modem which terminates yout internet connecttion. If you configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, verzion wireless, wpa security
verzion wireless, wpa security, modem router: If you have a 2Wire Wireless Router/Modem you already have security enabled. If the SSID contains the term 2Wire then you are covered. If you do not have a 2Wire Cable/Modem then simply log into your wireless router and enable Wireless WEP or WPA Security...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, networking question, computers networking
networking question, computers networking, subnet: Ok you will need to assign each computer an IP address on the same subnet that you have set up on your router(not switch). Or you can use DHCP to have the router give each device and IP address. Once you have given each pc an IP address you will need to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can you please tell me who designed the site?, mail telephone, domain name registration
mail telephone, domain name registration, registry operator: Hi Doug, and thanks for your question. There s no way to tell who designed the site from the WHOIS information. You should ask the site owners. If you go to the site: http://www.teeshaslandofodd.com/artfest2008/info.html and then mouse over Your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router WiFi, peak traffic times, wireless access point
peak traffic times, wireless access point, patagonia chile: Hi Demis, and thanks for your question. I think that a standard 802.11g (54Mb/s) router or wireless access point will be able to handle most of the traffic you are anticipating. With real bandwidth of 30-40Mb/s (after overhead), a router should be able...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, cisco 2600, peer to peer network
cisco 2600, peer to peer network, google: I am not an expert in Cisco routers as per my profile in those large green moving letters! You will need to look on Cisco s website for your Cisco 2600 questions. The product is at the end of life so I would do it quickly and download all PDF s ASAP. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a PC as the WAN host on a home network., linksys router, midi auto
linksys router, midi auto, crossover cable: All Linksys routers contain a HOST or DMZ Tab in the configuration. Simply designate your static IP as the single External Host. It will be exposed to the public network just as if you connected it directly to the modem. By the way, a crossover cable will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up of Wireless Router, encapsulation method, netgear wpn824
encapsulation method, netgear wpn824, ethernet protocols: Hi Andy, You have to try what you now have installed. Use an Ethernet LAN cable and log into your router. Do nothing wireless at all until you have INTERNET Connectivity. Enter your logon credentials in the PPPoE protocol section of the router. Save...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: A Simple question, subnets, subnet
subnets, subnet, natu: Hello, Yes, subnetting reduces the number of hosts in and increases the number of segments (subnets) in a given range of IP block. For example 192.168.1.x/24 will have one network and 256 hosts. But I can subnet that to make 2 subnets which will be 192.168.1.1/25...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: small LAN without wizard, switch ip, google
switch ip, google, natu: Hello, A small LAN can be created by connecting some client PC s and some servers, if required, to a switch and configuring all these devices within a same range of IP addresses such as 192.168.1.x /24 and having the switch IP address as the gateway for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: traffic light camera, copper cable, traffic camera
copper cable, traffic camera, light camera: Hi... You haven t provided nearly enough info for me to even make a guess. What is the make/model of the camera? What type of communication devices are available- telephone, Ethernet, copper cable, etc.? What protocols do you plan on using and also what...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Unexplained faster connection with network card, nvidia chip, texas tech university
nvidia chip, texas tech university, port structure: Almost forgot.... The D-Link card remains in Full Duplex Mode at much higher bit stream speeds than the usually more expensive network solutions.... Once again thanks to dual FIFO.Full Duplex allows simultaneous and independent IN and OUT streams to occur....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIRELESS NETWORK, wireless repeater, wireless router
wireless repeater, wireless router, dynamic addresses: Hi Mike, The short answer is YES !!! You can add an Ethernet CAT-5(e) LAN Cable to your existing Wireless Router and run it up to 100 Meters and then connect another Wireless Router. In this situation the second (or more) router(s) will act simply as an...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wide Area Network (Remote Internet Access), wireless connectivity, default gateway
wireless connectivity, default gateway, question thanks: As I said, Yasser, you just need some kind of connectivity from your office to home to use that DSL connection. try for a wireless connectivity from office. Depending yupon type of WAN you need yu would want to have a router/switch or a modem at your home....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Bridging for using Internet from First Computer via Router with Second Computer, home network help, internal ip addresses
home network help, internal ip addresses, wise guide: Hello, Please visit the following links for step-wise guide to internet connection sharing - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306126 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/234815 http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/sharing.htm http://www.home-network-help.com/internet-connection-sharing.html...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Bridging for using Internet from First Computer via Router with Second Computer, local ip, second computer
local ip, second computer, surf internet: Salman, You need to have a proxy installed on the PC with INternet connection and mention its local IP as default gateway in other computer. On the PC with inernet the IP of router should bethe default gateway, Let me know if you get stuck somewhere. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Bridging for using Internet from First Computer via Router with Second Computer, wireless local loop, loop phone
wireless local loop, loop phone, wireless router: Hi Salmon, On the main computer that now has Internet service you will need an additional Ethernet port to cable the Wireless Router and use Internet Connection Sharing. The main computer will then act as the ISP for the wireless router and in order to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless connection, network router, hardware addresses
network router, hardware addresses, wireless router: Hi Tinito, I m assuming you have a wireless router at the heart of your network? You should be able to configure security on this in several ways. 1). Hide the SSID of your network, so intruders don t know what network to connect to. 2). Add WEP...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Network form Ethernet Connection, wireless routers, wireless connectivity
wireless routers, wireless connectivity, manufacturer websites: Hello, You can go for the 4 port broadband wireless routers which have 4 ethernet ports, which can be used to connect to any standard network device, and also provide wireless connectivity to the medical device. You may have a look at the models on manufacturer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router., wireless lan equipment, aluminum siding
wireless lan equipment, aluminum siding, external antennas: Hi Dave, and thanks for your question. You should be able to just use an ordinary wireless router and adapter to make a 100 foot connection. Normally, you can go several hundred feet and still get a good connection. Also, all consumer-grade wireless LAN...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2 external IP, static ips, public ip
static ips, public ip, lan clients: Hello, You may need a router depending on what functionality you want to have for your LAN clients. If you need to have natting and port forwarding then I suggest to go for a router as I am nit sure whether the watchguard box is cabaple of this. For...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2 external ip, layer 3 switch, static ips
layer 3 switch, static ips, ethernet connectivity: Hi Hussein, ROuter is used to route packets between two networks and firewall is used for selective trasnmission of packets. 1. You don;t really need a router. You can use a layer 3 switch for connecting to INternet. It will need a ethernet connectivity...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Arp spoofing.., arp rarp, arp tables
arp rarp, arp tables, arp entries: Hello Essam, The network community suggests that the only method of completely preventing ARP spoofing is the use of static, non-changing ARP entries (each entry maps a MAC address to corresponding IP address). However, this is not practical on a large...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Basic LAN setup, copper cat, lan adapters
copper cat, lan adapters, lan setup: Hi, Connect both the computers to each other using LAN Cable (Copper CAT 5 or 6). Assign the below IP details to each of these computers: Computer 1 IP Address : 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway : 192.168.0.1 Leave...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cisco router 1601, network address translation, cisco router
network address translation, cisco router, cisco 1601: Hi Jadil... Follinwg is an example that helps you configure static nat on your router. ip nat inside source static 10.10.20.1 212.20.6.8 ip nat inside source static 10.10.20.2 212.20.6.9 ip nat inside source static 10.10.20.3 212.20.6.10 ip nat inside...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: About Cisco router, router ports, cisco router
router ports, cisco router, protols: Mohun.. It seems someone has accidently run unwanted commands for console/aux port and CDP is not enabled. You need to try the procedure for paxsword recovery so that you can check/modify configuration before it is executed. Please check this procedure on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connect my wife's work laptop to our home LAN, home lan, work settings
home lan, work settings, ip port: I have no problems with this. I have the same setup. The only thing is I can t access shared drives on the home network. But I have internet access and can share a printer (by setting it up as a local printer with TCP/IP port). I just connect either wired...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Dropped connections, acer empowering technology, acer software
acer empowering technology, acer software, acer travelmate: Hi Ron, Did you install SP1 (Service Pack 1) on your Vista Machine yet? Is Windows Vista managing the wireless connection? Or is there an Acer Software Driver Program managing the wireless connection? You should have Windows managing your wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extending the wireless signal, modem router, wireless signal
modem router, wireless signal, wireless router: Your cable company is being ridiculous. I think you can get this done for a few hundred dollars. The first thing I would do is upgrade your main wireless router to the 802.11n spec. This will give you the greatest range. You may find that is enough to reach...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Fax on LAN, dynamic ips, fax machine
dynamic ips, fax machine, faxes: Faxing is an analog process done over phone lines. If you have a all-in-one printer that includes fax capablilty, you can connect that to a PC and connect it to a phone line, then use the software that comes with it to send and receive faxes. You can t just...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Fios and wireless adapters, wireless router, westell
wireless router, westell, wireless adapters: Hi Gregory, The quick answer is that, in general, yes you can use just about any adapter from any manufacturer with any wireless router from any other manufacturer. In a wireless network, you can purchase any brand router with any brand wireless adapter,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Gateway Failover, backup route, gateway machine
backup route, gateway machine, route packets: Hello, You can configure this using the following commands - To the fisrt route - ROUTE ADD 100.0.0.0 MASK 255.255.0.0 10.0.0.1 And to add the second gateway to provide as backup in case of failure of the first gateway - ROUTE ADD 100.0.0.0...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home networking risks, fighting a losing battle, brain tumours
fighting a losing battle, brain tumours, networking kit: Yes you are fighting a losing battle. In fact, communities are building WiFi networks for residents. You can be subject to rays at McDonalds, Starbucks, public parks, etc. WiFi uses the same frequency as many cordless phone sets (2.4Ghz) So you walk down...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home networking risks, wireless, LAN
wireless, LAN, router: Hi Chris, and thanks for your question. Wireless LANs operate at a rather low power, and the energy of the signal drops quickly as you move away from the source of the transmission. Obviously, you need to be relatively close to your computer, and therefore...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IEEE 802.4, book e book, internet arena
book e book, internet arena, more detailed information: Hi... I am not aware of the goings on in the standards area of IEEE. I do know that by the time a standard becomes a standard it is usually obsolete and already replaced with a new ad-hoc standard. Bureaucracy doesn t work very well in the internet arena....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IEEE 802.4, book e book, internet engineering task force
book e book, internet engineering task force, kenneth miller: Hi Maki, You can try the Internet Engineering Task Force: http://www.ietf.org/ Cisco is the authority on pretty much anything networking. If you visit their web site at http://www.cisco.com and perform a search on 802.4, you will receive a ton of valuable...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ISDN Problem, nortel router, exact cause
nortel router, exact cause, natu: Hello, You should be able to setup a connection between a Cisco router and the Nortel router. Please visit the following link to dettermine the exact cause of the disconnection and solution for the same - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk801/tk379/technologies_tech_note09186a008012e95f.shtml...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, internet connection speed, speed bandwidth
internet connection speed, speed bandwidth, bandwidth internet: Hi Hussein, and thanks for your question. No matter what your internet connection speed (bandwidth), you can connect more than 1 computer to it. However may you connect, they will simply share the available bandwidth. It s automatic - there s nothing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, kbps link, n computers
kbps link, n computers, dsl connection: Hello, When you share a internet link between a number of computers, the total bandwidth gets shared across all the computers. So in your case, the 356 kbps link will be shared across all your client PC s. You need to have a router in place which can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, static ips, dsl carrier
static ips, dsl carrier, network integrator: 1-You would need a router if you wanted to share an Internet connection, but to establish a standalone LAN, you just needs switches and/or hubs. 2-That depends on your carrier. Your carrier can sell you a static IP or multiple IPs. 3-I would discuss...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, n computers, internet link
n computers, internet link, dsl connection: Hello, Logically speaking yes the connection speed will be divided between the no fo computers connected. But in practical use, it all depends upon what each computer is trying to access over the internet. If one computer is downloading some heavy files...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet, static ips, dynamic ip addresses
static ips, dynamic ip addresses, internal requests: You will require a router for your network. Many routers can handle multiple Ethernet cards for multiple connections to an ISP. The router handles all your internal requests for internet access. In Cisco routers, and many others, you simply add cards to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet connection, high speed cable, windows xp media center
high speed cable, windows xp media center, windows xp media: How old is the desktop, Kuljit? It seems that hardware wise it may not be compatible or there might be some configuration changes required from your service provider. Please ask them to do a check on their side for configuration. Because of speed mismatch...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN and isp router query, router modem, tiny branch
router modem, tiny branch, broadband modem: Hi Zorbin... First of all sorry for the delay in reply as I was travelling across so could not access Internet. Wireless modem is enough for the computers but speed is shared between all of them to response for each of the PC will be slower. Every PC/serve...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can you make a LAN with nothing but two computers with wireless cards?, game, lan
game, lan, wireless: Hi Dan, and thanks for your question. A 2-computer wireless LAN is a bit tricky. If you have a wireless access point or a wireless router, you re all set - you should be able to see each other on the WLAN and play. Without a WAP or router, you need to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can you make a LAN with nothing but two computers with wireless cards?, game civilization, civilization 4
game civilization, civilization 4, wireless cards: Hi, Technically speaking there is no issue in doing that and you will be able to play the game over the wireless network but the bandwidth available over wireless is less than 54Mbps which will be not eneough for the game to run smoothly over wireless network....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan, network wizard, router setup
network wizard, router setup, lan ports: Hello Zach, Connect the desktop to any one of the LAN ports on the router. Setup a home wireless network on the router using the network wizard. Use an internal IP addressing scheme to create the network. For example - Router IP address - 192.168.1.1...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network design, internet accessability, network management software
internet accessability, network management software, yahoo messengers: Go for a domain, Hussain, as it will give you better control as compared to workgroup. Now yo uneed to have a really high end server as you wantto port all application on one server-- domain controller, anti virus, network management software, backup etc...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network switch, printer wizard, network switch
printer wizard, network switch, better success: I ve had better success setting the printer on the remote PC as a TCP/IP printer. When you use the Add New Printer wizard install as a local printer. When it asks for the port, use TCP/IP instead of LPT1. Enter the IP address of the PC the printer is connected...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, windows computers, networking windows
windows computers, networking windows, windows computer: Hi Phil, and thanks for your question. This is kind of a vague question, but I ll take a guess that you have Windows computers. Here is a whole list of articles from Microsoft that will help you: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/getstarted/default.mspx...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about networking, indepth explanation, local area network
indepth explanation, local area network, compnetworking: Hello Gajendra, As this question requires an indepth explanation about the details of what a network is, I suggest you to visit the following links to get information about the same - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_network http://compnetworking.about.com...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, dell poweredge server, modem router
dell poweredge server, modem router, ip block: Hello, Connect the server, printers, client PC s and wireless router to the access ports of the switches and uplink port to the modem/router where the internet connection terminates. Configure one of the servers as a DHCP server which will allocate...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: questions before purchasing a laptop PC, bt voyager 105, dial up service
bt voyager 105, dial up service, laptop pc: The question is how you get to the Internet. If you use a Dial up service then you need do nothing more then configure the laptop to access the service. If you use a broadband service, then you will need to get a router so both PCs can connect. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Regarding Static Ip setup, campus lan, attendance software
campus lan, attendance software, wan setup: Hello, What kind of setup are we talking about? Is it a Campus LAN or WAN setup. Also what is the IP scheme used across Central and Remote Locations (Public or Private)? Whatever is the IP scheme, you will need a Static IP assigned to each of the machine/server...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a LAN, setting up a lan, lan settings
setting up a lan, lan settings, router modem: Hello, The LAN settings can be configured by using the IP settings that have been allocated by your ISP. Or if you have a home LAN then you can use the LAN wizard which is available on the XP clients as well as the router/modem for the internet. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Slow LAN Access, spanning tree protocol, network throughput
spanning tree protocol, network throughput, realtime stats: Hello, As it is a totally switched network, I would suggest you to check for any loops in the Spanning Tree Protocol domains. If you have Multiple Spanning Tree or Per VLAN Spanning Tree running, check the realtime stats of the topology and try to determine...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: streaming by windows media capture encoder 9, ports tcp udp, server ip address
ports tcp udp, server ip address, internal lan: Hello Robert, What I can deduce from your information is that only the users in your LAN are able to connect to your video stream. I think that these users are using the internal LAN IP address to connect to your server. To have external users connect to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Telephone Extentions, category 6 cable, analog phone lines
category 6 cable, analog phone lines, cat6 cable: Hi John, The problem is the quality of cable. Unless you are using a good quality data cable, like a CAT5 or CAT6, you will have problems because of signal loss, and noise. The cable you describe is voice grade and is not designed for use for data, or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Use router as bridge, sling box, bridged mode
sling box, bridged mode, wireless routers: Hello, Yes, this can be configured, provided that the router has the option to be configure in bridged mode. You can find this setting on the main configuration page of the router, through web based console. This option selection specifies whether the router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wide Area Network (Remote Internet Access), wireless connectivity, default gateway
wireless connectivity, default gateway, question thanks: As I said, Yasser, you just need some kind of connectivity from your office to home to use that DSL connection. try for a wireless connectivity from office. Depending yupon type of WAN you need yu would want to have a router/switch or a modem at your home....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ABC's of printing from wireless client laptop, mac laptop, mac works
mac laptop, mac works, default printer: I m not sure what you mean by not using the File | Print commands. I don t know how a MAC works, but with windows you add the printer as a network printer. its then on the printer list. If you set it as the default printer, and time you select print the output...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Crossover Cable Network, crossover cable, peer to peer network
crossover cable, peer to peer network, cable network: Hi Bill, For the network part, when you plug PCs directly to each other like that it s called a peer to peer network since there is no server. Here s a link from Microsoft on how to set one up step by step: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/150575 As...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting 2 pc's using ethernet..., cat5 crossover cable, ethernet crossover cable
cat5 crossover cable, ethernet crossover cable, broadband modem: The cable that connect a computer to a broadband modem would NOT be a crossover. The difference between a crossover and a regular cable is the the wiring between the pins on each end. In a crossover cable the pin outs are reversed, i.e. pin 1 goes to pin 8...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet not working, irq conflict, pci slot
irq conflict, pci slot, motherboard manufacturer: Hi Ray, Yes, it can be. Depending on how old your computer is, what version of the Bios available it s running and what Operating System you have installed. There could be an IRQ conflict. The best way on older systems is always to leave the first PCI slot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Follow Up, winvista, cable router
winvista, cable router, phone jacks: Hi Sarah! Guess it was a long vacation! Hope you enjoyed it! You can have wireless with a dialup, however Internet access itself will be slow. As for networking the 2 computers together to exchange files, no problem. But when you purchase a wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Followup 2, dsl router, internet connection sharing
dsl router, internet connection sharing, share the internet: Hi Sarah, It s my pleasure but I have to admit I rarely do so many follow ups! But you seem nice and politeness and eloquency will get you anywhere! I m actually a little frustrated as I mistakenly erased a follow up I wrote to you a few days ago (yes...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting 2 pc's using ethernet..., crossover cable, rollover cable
General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting 2 pc's using ethernet..., crossover cable, rollover cable, straight cable

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Intranet and USB Internet at same time?, bridge connection, alternative solution
General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Intranet and USB Internet at same time?, bridge connection, alternative solution

General Networking/Lan/Wan: hello, dell laptop, windows install disk
dell laptop, windows install disk, wehter: Hi Nisha, This kind of message is from Windows, not your Dell laptop. It seems to me that the Operating System is corrupt. Did you reformat the drive when you reinstalled? It is very important not to simply install a fresh copy over the existing, while...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN connection problem, network cable unplugged, static electricity
network cable unplugged, static electricity, interogation: Hi Jim, Believe it or not, this week one of my customers had the exact same problem! In my case it was a defective network card following a small surge in the electrical. In the past I ve also had Network Cards become defective after plugging and unplugging...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN Intranet and USB Internet at same time?, network ip addresses, default gateways
network ip addresses, default gateways, static route: Hello, Can you please try out the following and let me know the results? This will help in troubleshooting the problem further. From the command prompt, ping and then trace route to one of the server in your intranet which has an IP address such as...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN setup, cisco 1841 router, static ips
cisco 1841 router, static ips, switch ports: Hello, Yes, this configuration is possible using VLAN interfaces. Create three VLAN s on the switch. For each VLAN interface assign one static IP address. Then add the required switch ports to that VLAN using command switchport access vlan & vlan number....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: lan design, proxy servers, networking expert
proxy servers, networking expert, power edge: Hello, I will be able to answer the question which is related to networking. The router does not need an upgrade, it is okay for upto 40-50 users with 10/100 Mbps NIC s. To increase the internet speed, you will have to upgrade the internet connection to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: lan design, proxy servers, effort basis
proxy servers, effort basis, firwall: Hi Hussein... 1. DSL is on best effort basis and respnse depends upon the number of simultaneous users in the wire. 2. Create four subnets and assign one eachto these workgroups and keep servers and other resurces to be used by all users into fourtth subnet....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: MTU setting in modem & windows, zxdsl831, ping responses
zxdsl831, ping responses, adapter settings: Hello, By default, the MTU on Windows operating systems is 1500 (Ethernet) and that a change to 1492 may resolve some, but not all, problems. The MTU setting does not change after you restart the PC. Though there are some issues with regards to manual...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking wired and wireless, wlan, wireless
wlan, wireless: Hi Greg, and thanks for your question. You can connect computers both wired and wireless on the same network. If your network router is not already wireless, all you need to do is add a Wireless Access Point (WAP). A WAP will connect to your wired network,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Two Pc's, service pack 2, network cards
service pack 2, network cards, natu: Hello Dave, You can connect the two PC s back to back using a cross-over LAN cable to the network cards in the PC s. Configure IP addresses for the two PC s such as 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 with subnet mask for both as 255.255.255.0 and gateways as...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Question about LAN, pc nic, switch pc
pc nic, switch pc, management interface: Hello, Please check the switch port status from the switch management interface. It seems that the swithc port is going into error mode. This can be due to speed/duplex mismatch. Please check these settings on the switch port and the PC NIC. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: reverse NAT, client ip address, internal ip address
client ip address, internal ip address, static nat: Hello, If you want to ping a particular client in a private network which has an internal IP address from the internet, then you need to setup static NAT on the edge firewall/router in the LAN. Thus when you ping the public IP from the internet, in reality...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting a home network, ethernet crossover cable, cat 5 cable
ethernet crossover cable, cat 5 cable, subnet mask: Hello Rahul, I am not much into the passive part of networking under which the LAN cables fall. Still I can suggest that you can go to any local PC shop and get a cross patch cord which has some form of guarantee. It may cost somewhere around 30-40 rupees...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Surfing possible but no ping, primary dns suffix, adsl router
primary dns suffix, adsl router, computer request: As your sister pc is on a different port router thinks it to be on a different network whereas ..1.3 is on the same network. So you need o configure different network for your sisters pc. your PC----rouyer port1----router port2----sisters pc. For router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sharing files between 2 pc's, ethernet crossover cable, tcp ip settings
ethernet crossover cable, tcp ip settings, computer concepts: ROhan...You need to configure IP address. Go to network proerties and configure IP address in TCP/IP settings. COnfigure 192.168.10.1, gateway as 192.168.10.1 and subnet mask as 255.255.255.0. One other PC COnfigure 192.168.10.2, gateway as 192.168.10.1 and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: sharing files help, crossover cable, using a router
crossover cable, using a router, change button: Hi Sebastijan, Make sure you turn off any firewall software installed on your computer such as Mcaffee or Zonealarm as this will, in most cases, prevent access. Also, right click the Network Connection. Then select the Network Adapter you are using and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Getting my son's xbox connected to Xbox live, isp internet service, internet service provider
isp internet service, internet service provider, xbox live: Hi John, Very simply, the XBOX 360 needs to be plugged into the router, not another computer. It s very important to understand a few things. First is that the router is what sends out the information concerning your ISP (Internet Service Provider) such...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: I can surf but i can't ping, primary dns suffix, adsl router
primary dns suffix, adsl router, hardware firewall: Hi Sulav, At first glance, you probably can t ping because of Windows XP s firewall or because of some other firewall such as Norton or Zonealarm. In my opinion, if you already have a router, it is OK to disable these software firewall as the router is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN Connecting, free vpn software, cisco routers
free vpn software, cisco routers, setup a vpn: Hi Babar, Well first of all I would need to know the entire setup at both ends and this is not something that can be done by email. However, I will tell you that the simplest way is to have a Server at both ends with a VPN tunnel. Now this can be achieved...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN setup, belkin router, wan problems
belkin router, wan problems, private ip: Will.. Can you login to the Belkin router. By that you can make it connect to the private ip else I do not see any luck. SOme of these low end routers come with pre-configyred IP. Once you are able to configure the IP connectivity you need to do NAT or port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WiFi, mo land, broadband modem
mo land, broadband modem, best buy: I m sorry! I don t know why the system responded that way. I ll have to find out what went wrong. as for the dropped calls. Have you talked with your carrier? Its most likely a problem with the handset you are using. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Network Card issue, spare computer, usb ports
spare computer, usb ports, network cards: Hi Katie! OK, I m a little confused myself! I read this twice and I hope I understand it correctly. There might be a problem with the Network Card. It might be using poor drivers that are causing this. First let me explain that a network card through...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless internet to laptop from router, wireless signal, dns servers
wireless signal, dns servers, internet card: Hello, It seems that the laptop is geeting a good wireless signal from the router but is not picking up the right settings to enable it to go online. Please check the settings on the router and confirmg that the router is acting as a DHCP server and is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless internet to laptop from router, conputer, internet card
conputer, internet card, default gateway: Hi Jimmie... I hope that your dad is able to surf. Now all you need to do is to install a proxy server on your machine. Get hold of your dad s laptop and change its TCP/IP configuration. You would have two IP on your desktop. One given by DSL modem and other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless internet to laptop from router, connection wizard, internet card
connection wizard, internet card, wireless internet: You don t install a router on your desktop. You install a router as a network. What version of Windows on the laptop? Did you run the wireless connection wizard on the laptop? Is it in the same workgroup? What happens when you try to access the Internet?...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ADSL Filters, modem communication, adsl filters
modem communication, adsl filters, master socket: Hi Will, Yes, connect the spliter first to the phone line without a filter. This will be like adding a second socket. You can even run a wire from it anywhere. From the splitter, make sure you run clean wire without any filter to the modem. On the other...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: color code of cat 6 for the purpose of telephone, cat6 cable, rj 11
cat6 cable, rj 11, rj 45: Hi Sarbudeen, The only color codes that are normally used are for example; when using a CAT5 (E)or 6 for network in RJ-45, you can use either the A or B standard but even then, some companies use there own color code. For telephone, when using a standard...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: two computers same ip address, staic, static address
staic, static address, broadband speed: Hello, Try using DHCP IP Addresses instead of the staic IP s. For this, configure the router as the DHCP server and create a IP pool on the router. The router will lease out IP s nad you wont have duplicate IP s ever in this case. Make sure the client...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting, hdmi to vga adapter, tower unit
hdmi to vga adapter, tower unit, vga port: Hi Gezza, Yes definitely you can. All you need is an HDMI to VGA adapter. Most computer stores and even Wallmart should have this in stock. You plug this adapter in the VGA port of your tower and the other end can acomodate the more recent HDMI connector...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting wirelessly, lan ports, netgear router
lan ports, netgear router, comcast tv cable: Hello, Yes, you can use your router to provide internet connectivity to various devices in the house. You need to terminate the cable internet on the router and configure the router as a DHCP server to give out IP addresses to clients, create a secure home...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dhcp in workgroup, linksys router, dhcp servers
linksys router, dhcp servers, dhcp server: Hussein... DHCP servers respond to the broadcasts sent by clients. If your sDHCP scope is configured properly and if there is reachability to the server from clients it should respond. Please ping server from one of the clients to check if it is responding...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: can i download an american ip on my comp??, ip block, enrollment fee
ip block, enrollment fee, geographical locations: Hello, IP addresses are managed and allocated by ICANN which is the head body for maintaining and managing IP s on the internet. In case of your IP address, it is acquired dynamically from the ISP when you dial out to the internet. The IP block from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Ethernet & Network Controller, isp internet service, yellow question mark
isp internet service, yellow question mark, modem equipment: Hi again Jennifer, Thank you for the rating. Are you serious they told you to get a new computer?! I think people don t take the time to read or care! Anyways, if you need any more help, please don t hesitate to write! Have a great day! John Hi...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: color code of cat 6 for the purpose of telephone, r4, r3
General Networking/Lan/Wan: color code of cat 6 for the purpose of telephone, r4, r3, t4

General Networking/Lan/Wan: find MAC Address, virtual machine environment, mail sender
virtual machine environment, mail sender, internet lookup: Then the only thing you can try is to view the full header of the email. This will contain the originating IP address. You can then use domainwhitepages or some other Internet lookup and simply type in the IP address. This should tell you who the ISP is at...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: folders in our server, server folder, question thanks
server folder, question thanks, home folder: Like I said it depends on your business. You start off with a Users folder where each indvidual user has their home folder. From there you might have folders for specific departments or forspecific functions, it depends on what your business needs are. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home router to manage teen computer, usr wireless, wireless router
usr wireless, wireless router, teen computer: Yes, I have the Linksys WRT300N Which allows you to restrict access to specific PCs to specific times. It also allows you block specific web sites. But I m not sure if you can restrict access to specific sites at specific times. I m sure other routers have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet down, broadband router, westell 2200
broadband router, westell 2200, factory default: Hello, The usual password can be admin123 or just password . You can give that a try. If nothing works then you might as well have to reset the router to factory default and reconfigure it using the guide provided with the router. You can call up...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip nat inside source command issue, static mappings, cisco router
static mappings, cisco router, internal ip address: Hello, You can statically map 2 internal IP addresses to just one external IP address if some parameters differ, such as the port number or the protocol. If these are the same, then you need to have 2 external IP address to have static mappings. Else...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN/WAN question about a camp, wireless bridges, telephone conversations
wireless bridges, telephone conversations, adsl connections: Hello, ADSL works on different frequency than the normal telephone conversations. To have this ADSL frequency extended to the hill top, you will need some equipment, such as DSLAM, which usually the ISP s have to give out ADSL connections to clients. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Laptops, isp internet service, internet service provider
isp internet service, internet service provider, staic: Hi Bill, I have never played online so I don t know about their policies but from your description, it sounds like they would prevent more than one logon from the same external IP address, not internal. What that means is that in your network behind your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linking 2 Wireless Routers, netgear wireless, lan ports
netgear wireless, lan ports, wireless router: Hello, The Netgear wizard is the right option, you will have to use it to configure the router for wireless internet. Make sure that you have a network cable plugged in to the LAN port on the laptop which is connected to one of the LAN ports on the router....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: limited speed to client over the lan, bandwidth control, natu
bandwidth control, natu, network tools: Hello, There are a lot of tools available for bandwidth control at the following link - http://www.softpedia.com/get/Network-Tools/Bandwidth-Tools/ Please go through the reviews of the one s you find suitable to your requirement and try out. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about MCSE, mcse certifications, ccvp
mcse certifications, ccvp, infrastructure management: Hello, Getting the CCNA and the MCSE certifications at the start of your career can be helpful as it would give you chance to get into the IT infrastructure management domain on two fronts, namely, systems and networks. But once you have gained some experience...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network, collision domains, collision domain
collision domains, collision domain, local area network: Hello Daniel, HUB works on Physical layer where as SWITCH works on data link layer,HUB based networks are on one collision domain where as in Switch based network switch divides networks into multiple collision domains.Switch also maintains MAC address...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network adapter 1394, ip settings, ip adress
ip settings, ip adress, default gateway: Hi June, Forgive me but it is sometimes difficult through email. Please send me more details. What exactly is the problem? I don t understand when you say you entered an address but then view the support? Do you have a router? Is DHCP turned on in the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking win xp and 2000 together, internet connection wizard, small business network
internet connection wizard, small business network, static ip addresses: Hi Charles, Of course you know that the first thing I will suggest and ask is why on earth would you still use Windows 2000? And I will tell you to get yourself Server 2003 and install it or purchase another computer to act as a server and much more. Especially...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Print server, networking issue, subnet mask
networking issue, subnet mask, hi tim: Hi Tim, As the printing does go through, it means that there is connectivity between the devices. Though you need to make the changes to the mask and make sure that it is the same on all devices in your network. The popup might be a result of the problematic...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printers and External print server, hp jetdirect 300x, parallel to usb adapter
hp jetdirect 300x, parallel to usb adapter, usb printers: Hi Beau, The quick answer is no. Now the explanation and what you can do. The HP Jetdirect 300x external printe server, as specified in its documentation, does Network and Internet connectivity for for a single network-capable printer . So you can plug...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Is there any problem in Rounter?, dynamic ips, router settings
dynamic ips, router settings, mtu setting: Hello, If the router setting is 1500 by default, then that should not be the cause of the issue. Also, as the internet connections works fine when attached directly to a client, that means no problems with the MTU setting on the client as well. The issue...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Is there any problem in Router?, maximum transmission unit, dynamic ips
maximum transmission unit, dynamic ips, rounter: Hi again Babar, Go to this page: http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satellite?c=L_CASupport_C2&childpagename=US%2FLayout&cid=1166859762494&packedargs=sku%3DWRT54GR&pagename=Linksys%2FCommon%2FVisitorWrapper&lid=6249462494B01&displaypage=download#versiondetail...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router, private ip address, ip addresses
private ip address, ip addresses, port numbers: Hello, There are two types of IP addresses, private and public. Only public can be connected to the internet. The PC s in your LAN will have different private IP addresses such as 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 and so on. But the router connected to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routers, internal ip addresses, router ip
internal ip addresses, router ip, computer logs: Hello Bill, Although once you connect a router and configure it as a DHCP server, your PC s will have different internal IP addresses. But when you connect to the internet from any of these PC s, the IP address that they will be visible with on the internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote lan internet connection, internet connection users, lan internet connection
internet connection users, lan internet connection, internal ip address: Hello, If the client PC in site B can reach the NAT server internal IP address but not the external IP address, it seems to be a configurastion issue on the NAT server. Please check the NAT rules on the server as well as the routing table. I would not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router, atm connection, wan connection
atm connection, wan connection, packet switching: Hello, Use of a router is not mandatory in a LAN unless there is a requirement where two different types of network technologies need to communicate. For example, the LAN can have just switches, as this works on Ethernet, but when there is a WAN connection...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: SECURITY, riched32 dll, selection dialog
riched32 dll, selection dialog, system32 folder: Hi, What Oprating System are you running? What version? If Windows Server, what is the Service Pack installed? It seems this was a problem most common in Windows Server 2000 however. If this is the case you can try the following article from Microsoft:...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: taking MCSE, importence, getting your hands
importence, getting your hands, hellow: Hi Mohamed, Well there is no correct answer here. It is simply a matter of opinion and since you asked for my opinion, here goes. Do not quote me on this, but I truly believe that certifications are almost useless. I believe anyone can go through pratice...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Upgrade to Gigabit Speeds, pc nic, server nic
pc nic, server nic, switch ports: Hello, The NIC s are by default set to auto mode to detect the network speed and work. If the PC s have Gigabit NIC s but the switch ports are 10/100 or the server NIC s are 10/100 then the overall communication from client to the server will be at 10/100...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Networking, router problem, broadband modem
router problem, broadband modem, internet signal: Hi Ryan, I must have answered this question a million times. Many people don t realize that the wireless router operates on the 2.4Ghz band. This is the same band that your micro-wave, 2.4Ghz cordless phone and much more operates on. So there could be a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wirless printer use, satellite c, wireless capability
satellite c, wireless capability, linksys router: Hi again Jon, You mentioned that you have a Linksys router. If the router already has wireless capability, then all you need is the printer server to put the printer on the wireless network. Again, if you have a wireless router, all you d need to put...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Broadband USB Modem conflict with LAN, sprint broadband, desk top pc
sprint broadband, desk top pc, broadband modems: Hello Bruce, I have seen that Broadband modems work either with USB for with LAN and not both simultaneously. If you are connecting to internet using the USB port of the modem as the WAN port, then you cannot use the Ethernet port as the WAN port at the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: belkin router, belkin router, router firmware
belkin router, router firmware, limited connectivity: Hi Nick, and thanks for your question. It may be that your Belkin router has a problem with its software, or its hardware has failed. If it s the hardware, obviously you will need to replace the unit. There are some things you can try first. You...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cisco 1841, cisco 1841, wan port
cisco 1841, wan port, doc format: Hello Alex, I have gone through the configuration and the network diagram. What I feel is that the NAT statements are creating the problem. Please visit the following link to get to know more about NAT configurations - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094837.shtml...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Configuring ISP Routers, t1 interface, local area network
t1 interface, local area network, ethernet ip: Hi JK, The WAN IP is given to establish connectivity on the WAN side. Unless you configure these IP you can not get connected and this IP needs to be connected on the T1 interface. LAN IP are for your local area network. hope this helps -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting an HP jetdirect 300 to a Linksys WRT54GS, hp jetdirect 300, linksys wrt54gs
hp jetdirect 300, linksys wrt54gs, printer choice: You need to plug the printer via an ethernet cable into the router. You then need to print a configuration page to find out what IP was issued to the printer. If you can t find the printer listed as a network printer, you can use the Add Printer choice...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cyberoam VPN conflicts with WIFI, mac addresses, vpn client
mac addresses, vpn client, edna: Hi Edna, I would suggest you to check if while installation you selected any specific buttons. ALso check if there is any inbuilt frewall which is disabling the wifi connection. I haven;t used this client so also check if this works on specific mac addresses...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cisco pix configuration, lan segment, pix configuration
lan segment, pix configuration, network connectivity: Hello, As you can ping the device in the LAN segment, the network connectivity is present and working fine. As you cannot access a shared drive, this seems to be an issue with the domain user access policy. Please check with one of the Windows networking...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Distribute internet equally, network switch, network admin
network switch, network admin, internet speed: I would talk to your network admin or whoever set up the system. Generally this is something the network switch deals with not your server. If the server is limiting then theremay be software installed on it that is doing this. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Dual Homing and failover with Cisco ASA 5510 VPN Firewall Router and Linksys switch with VLAN, firewall cisco, vpn router
firewall cisco, vpn router, usable ip addresses: Hello, Yes, one FEED can go into one ASA, in this case only the active link will be utilized for internet traffic. To utilize both FEEDS for internet traffic, you will have to terminate the FEEDS on separate routers and have dual connections from both routers...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: home network issue(s), laptop pcs, networking problem
laptop pcs, networking problem, workgroup: Make sure File and Print Sharing is activated on all PCs. Also make sure they are in the same workgroup. You may have to configure your firewall to allow access from certain IPs. And you have to identify resources you will be sharing. Hope this helps...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP Address, member of the family, home computers
member of the family, home computers, online game: Have you tried talking to the webmaster at Pokerstars? They may be able to suggest a way around the restricton. There are some web sites that claim to mask your IP. But that may not help you as them may be funneling IP through a generic one. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP Address, happy gaming, ip adress
happy gaming, ip adress, mac address: Bill, Currently what is happening is you have one IP adress which is binded to the mac address of the modem and so when you login through another computer it expects only one machine. I would suggest yo to talk to ISP for another connection. You can hide...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: About Lan, ghost 3, norton ghost
ghost 3, norton ghost, pc server: 1- get one PC configured the way you want. Then clone it using the software I suggested 2- Norton Ghost is the name of a software package that does this 3-Read the instructions for the software you choose 4-Either one of those or a similar package. Ghost...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan, start from scratch, wireless router
start from scratch, wireless router, desk top: I don t think you did what I said. You have to go into the Network properties and find your LAN connection. Remove that, then shut down and reboot your system. Start from scratch in rebuilding the LAN adapter. The message you received indicates you did not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Need help setting up LAN connection between wireless laptop and a PC., wireless acces point, ethernet cables
wireless acces point, ethernet cables, wireless laptop: What is your purpose in setting up a network? To connect wirelessly you will need a wireless acces point, a hub won t do it. But you can run ethernet cables between each PC and the hub to create a LAN. If you do that, you will need to manually configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network, internet wirelessly, crossover cable
internet wirelessly, crossover cable, internet connection sharing: Hi again Scarlett, That s too bad that it s not availble in your are. So you have the exact same problem as the girl I mentionned above. When you have a DSL or Cable modem, the router does the job of connecting to the ISP (Internet Service Provider) so...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network Issues, internet webpages, nic cards
internet webpages, nic cards, pluging: Damion.. Hi, Sorry for the delayed reply. You really need to onitor your network. You can get lot of freewarre/trial version to check what s going on specifically on the switch on which all these links are connecting. THree things come to my mind. EIther...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with internet, router configuration, backup settings
router configuration, backup settings, internet question: Hello Lingesh, Yes, the configuration can be backed up as a file and saved to the HDD, this can be later imported onto the router with the upgraded firmware. There is an option under router maintenance menu to backup settings and then upgrade the firware....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting up a WLAN from a LAN connection, wireless, WAP
wireless, WAP, router: Hi Tris, and thanks for your question. Yes it should be possible. All you should need is a wireless network adapter for your computer, and a Wireless Access Point (WAP) or a wireless router set up to be a WAP. You should be able to simply connect the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Site-2-Site GRE Tunnel, gre tunnel, interface ethernet0
gre tunnel, interface ethernet0, dear team: Saiyed with IP address and knowing your network I can not give you the config. You can check on google. However an indicatice config is given below. One one router: interface Tunnel0 ip address 192.168.20.1 255.255.255.0 tunnel source Ethernet0 tunnel...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: T1 2 IP's 2 Networks, cisco 1841, configuring nat
cisco 1841, configuring nat, time and patience: Hello Jack, The same public IP can be shared across both the subnets with configuring NAT overload. But you might as well go in for another IP address in case you wish to have separate NAT ranges for each subnet. Or if you want to have any static NAT statement....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: using all my fixed IP addresses with ADSL, copper phone line, adsl modems
copper phone line, adsl modems, adsl modem: Probably Yes, Lantz. Is it possible to use the other IPs that the phone company assigned to me? might have confused me. You can use IPs other than the ones assigned to you by the phone company. Either you need to NAT them to the IP prvided by them or...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireles Routing Card, buying a laptop, wireless routing
buying a laptop, wireless routing, dsl wireless: YEs... Wireless card will do and there are some charges which you need to pay depending on your downloads. It will connecto to the ISP with the nearsest tower and will route to thier DHCL server to gove you an Ip address and rest of the parametrers to get...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router, usb dongle, netgear router
usb dongle, netgear router, alphanumeric key: Hi Aidan, Since the router is wireless, the easiest is to purchase a wireless card for the computer you want to plug downstairs. There are various cards out there but they all work so don t worry. You can buy either a PCI card that goes inside the computer...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Router, linksys wireless g router, linksys wireless g
linksys wireless g router, linksys wireless g, wireless bridge: Hello Bob, Yes, you can have a second wireless device, called wireless bridge, which can provide the same wireless network configured on the first router. This can be done by configuring the bridge in bridge or repeater mode. You can go for a Linksys...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wans, automatic failover, fiber port
automatic failover, fiber port, single point: Hey John, You can very well do it. You can terminate both the links on two devices (one with dsl port nd another with fiber port) and connect both these two on ethernet. Now you need to run a routing protocol on these two so that automatic failover can happen....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wans, automatic failover, cisco 800
automatic failover, cisco 800, series router: Hello, Yes, you can for for two Cisco 800 series router and have then connected to each WAN link. You can configure HSRP between the two devices with monitoring the WAN port of each router. Whenever a failure is detected, the other router becomes and active...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2 networks, one computer, network address translation, computer question
network address translation, computer question, ip ranges: Randall... NAT means Network Address Translation. When you configure it virtually the router translates the network addresses to a different range for the outside world. So instead of seeing same range your servers and other resources will see a new IP and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 3 PC ISSUES, ras async adapter, vpn router
ras async adapter, vpn router, speedstream modem: Ahhh, finally! I m on a roll tonight with actual challenging questions. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. 1.) Solution sounds simple. $10 usb memory key. 2.) Honestly, I would just reformat the mofo and be done with it. I know thats a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 3 PC ISSUES, ras async adapter, vpn router
ras async adapter, vpn router, speedstream modem: Landon.. I believe downloading right drivers will solve your issues at point 1 & 2. For connecting to Internet, please check if you have setthe DHCP for giving IP address and right default gateway on the PCs. Ideally it should be the LAn facing interface...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Boosting 2Wire HomePortal signal strength, wireless signal strength, modem manufacturer
wireless signal strength, modem manufacturer, dtim: Hello Roberto, You will need to install a range booster for the modem that will help in enhancing the wireless signal strength. Please check with the modem manufacturer, 2wire.com, for the compatible range boosters that are available for your product. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Building a big network, wireless network
wireless network: Hi Alex, and thanks for your question. You are correct that scaling up to a network this size has its issues to deal with. First of all, you need to make sure that your backbone network is in good order. You will need hard-wired connections to the backbone...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: CISCO 1841 T1, point to point t1, public ip addresses
point to point t1, public ip addresses, cisco 1841: Hello, The masks for the two sites are different and hence the internal LAN routes are not being learned by the other side. Please check the routes that are sent over the link, else if static routes are set, then make sure the summarized routes are correct....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: chanalise bandwidth, support engineer, specific service
support engineer, specific service, vijay: Why would you want to channelise 100Mb kink, Vijay !!!. Ideally you need to channelise when link capacity is less and you dedicate some channels for a specific service. In your case ideally you can leave it like that you use QOS to reserve bandwidth, Moreover...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cisoc pix 515e access list, wan ip, cisco lan
wan ip, cisco lan, port ip: Navneet... Sorry for a delayed reply. Please check what you are trying to do. First is check WAN IP of branch office. WAN IP is the least secure zone which you want to ping form LAN of branch, whcih would be a most secure zone. SO ideally with PIX it is not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Two DSL modems, dsl modems, simultaneous connections
dsl modems, simultaneous connections, natu: Hello, Yes, you can use two DSL modems at two different phone sockets and connect to the internet, provided that you have two A/c s with your ISP and you connect each connection using one account. Else your ISP should permit two simultaneous connections...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Two DSL modems, isp internet service, dsl modems
isp internet service, dsl modems, internet service provider: Hi, The short answer is no. The reason being that the modem needs to connect to communicate and sync to the telephone company s hardware. So you can t have 2 modems on the same phone line. However, you could on 2 different phone lines but then the cost...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Two DSL modems, dsl modems, dsl connection
dsl modems, dsl connection, default gateway: Yes, you can Sy. However you can use one DSL connection only if requirement is to be on Internet. One PC can be default gateway for the other and IP need to be given manually to the connection between the two PCs. That way you can save second DSL connection....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: extending my lan, lan ports, wlan router
lan ports, wlan router, wireless access points: Hi Iain, and thanks for your question. Yes, you can do what you propose. If you one of the connect the 2nd router LAN ports to one of the 1st router LAN ports, you can use the other three LAN ports on the 2nd router for other devices. You would not use...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Imaging a Catalyst 3550 Series, catalyst 3550, series switches
catalyst 3550, series switches, image of the one: Bernard, If both the switches are on LAN you can simly use copy tftp flash command. Esle you can copy IOS to a machine and than copy to the other switch. Also if the switch is in rommon mode you can use tftpdnld command to copy it using zmodem of console....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Installing HP Laserjet 4 plus into my network, hp laserjet 4, printers and faxes
hp laserjet 4, printers and faxes, hp website: Hi Scott, First, you don;t need to purchase any additonal hardware. The purpose of the jetdirect is to network the printer so it gives a standard RJ-45 connector and it s a basic network adapter. Networking hardware has to be compatible throughout the world...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Connection Problem, ipconfig flushdns, static electricity
ipconfig flushdns, static electricity, comunicating: Hi Elwin, Could be a bunch of things. First how are you connected to the Internet? If you have a Cable or DSL modem, is the light synced? If not, there might be a problem with the connection at the other end. You might need to simply reset the modem. Do...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: one installation?, network operating system, bootrom
network operating system, bootrom, windows networking: Chad, first of all I am sorry for a late reply. As for the answer to your question, you certainly can do that. YOur NIC should support bootrom, which tells the system where to boot the system from and also your network operating system - novell or windows...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip addresses, public ip addresses, private ip address
public ip addresses, private ip address, natu: Hello, Public IP addresses are given out to customers by the ISP and hence you will have to get the IP address from the ISP. In case of a private IP address, you can choose anything you want from the private ranges, which are 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: isdn, internal ip addresses, lan clients
internal ip addresses, lan clients, isdn line: Hello Pat, Can you please check that the router is also configured as a DHCP server to provide internal IP addresses to the LAN clients? As the clients in the LAN need to have valid IP s that can communicate with the ISDN router and then to the internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: isdn, isdn terminals, isdn line
isdn terminals, isdn line, external power source: Hello, ISDN powering standards define three different powering options on the S/T interface. These are called PS1, PS2, and PS3. Consult the manufacturer s equipment manual for the powering option the selected equipment is using. It is recommended that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN port of router, cisco 800 series, soho router
cisco 800 series, soho router, lan ports: Hello, Access switches and layer 2 switches are one and the same. You can use layer 2 switches to connect end clients in each department. Just using layer 2 switches wont give you that security which you will achieve using VLAN s. You can go for low...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: What do I look for in a switch, entry level management, satellite c
entry level management, satellite c, smart switch: Hello James, You will have to go through the data sheets of these switch models to get to know the features and specifications of the switches. All the switches differ from each other in some way or the other. The three switches that you have mentioned...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network monitors, temporary internet files, work network
temporary internet files, work network, connecting to the internet: Hello, The homepage is set to point to the job s homepage as the laptop is a work laptop. Ad you are connecting to the internet from home, using a different ISP, you are completely of the work network and your boss cannot track your internet surfing. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network Problem, homework question, sorry mate
homework question, sorry mate, business premises: Sorry mate, I ignored the question because it looked homeworkish. More people then you probably think send their copy/pastes directly from their courses to me and expect me to do them. Anyways, I cannot say how I d do that with Windows. I can however make...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network Problem (PLEASE HELP!), lan card, server tower
lan card, server tower, defualt: Hi again Sher, Right now the way it is setup, nothing is configured to tell your internal network how to access the Internet. Is your DHCP service activated and running on your server or are your clients setup manually? The internal computers need to know...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: network places, new folder, active directory
new folder, active directory, windows server: Hi, When sharing a folder with the active directory and you assign it to everyone, after you have set the correct security, you should include it into the users logon script and assign a letter, like Z: for example. Then, when users reboot and log on to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, lan cards, proprietary radio
lan cards, proprietary radio, nic cards: Running 2 NIC cards is not a problem for most OS s. You don t provide much detail. Linux? Windows XP? Connect the Internet source to the slowest of the cards, if they are not the same, and configure the IP addresses as provided by your network provider....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: point to point connectivity, point to point t1, controller t1
point to point t1, controller t1, public ip addresses: Hello, Configure the WAN IP addresses on the WAN interfaces, set the line coding and the frame type as well as other T1 controller settings, for Eg - controller T1 0/0/1 framing esf linecode b8zs pri-group timeslots 1-24 description PRI TO...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Desktop Connection Problem, remote desktop connection, agency management system
remote desktop connection, agency management system, windows xp icon: Jeff, I am not sure this will help you any but thought I would try. I am very familiar with cable modem connections but have only done DSL a few times. Recently I had a problem which the DSL provider could not figure out and several other people which...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router vs Switch, two network cards, router ports
two network cards, router ports, linksys befsr81: Thank you for a challenging question (finally!). If you want to use your existing equipment, definitely use the switch. The switch is meant for stuff like that. You re probably overloading your router at the moment. I would suggest - above all these...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote login through internet, ssh ports, remote application
ssh ports, remote application, remote login: Hello, You can configure the remote application via telnet or SSH provided that the application has connectivity to the internet and a public IP address. The telnet and SSH ports too need to be unblocked if any firewall is protecting the application hosted...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: show wireless connection, can't connect, wireless signal strength, linksys router
wireless signal strength, linksys router, router settings: Hi John, Not sure I have your answer but what you described as you mentioned would rule out hardware problems and most likely wireless signal strength problems assuming they both tried in the same area of the house. My first thought would be a possible...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: does my switch have a problem? or it it the network settings?, modem phone, dns queries
modem phone, dns queries, server failure: Hello, The error message suggests that there is a problem reaching the DNS server when the clients are connected through the switch. If it is a managed switched, try and configure no IP domain lookup so that all DNS queries are sent to the router. If...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: tunneling, tunnel endpoints, internet protocol ip
tunnel endpoints, internet protocol ip, network gateways: Hello, IP tunnelling is a method to connect two disjoint Internet Protocol (IP) networks, that don t have a native routing path, to each other via a communications channel (the IP tunnel) that uses encapsulation technologies across an intermediate network....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN Tunneling problem, router vpn, overnight backup
router vpn, overnight backup, sdsl line: Hello Simon, In such a scenario, the most useful information is obtained from the VPN tunnel logs which are generated on the router. You will surely have a reason in the logs which state as to why has the tunnel gone down. If you say you are not able to...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wide Area Network Auditing Tools, cisco routers, configuration backup
cisco routers, configuration backup, audit tools: There are lot of such tools Dharmesh. Most ofthem support all devices conforming to standards. Which one suits your requirements depends on the budget you carry and reports you would like to see. You can check from solarwinds, deviceExpert to OPNET depending...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wired router and multiplayer games, default gateways, proxy servers
default gateways, proxy servers, default gateway: Hi Melanie, You need to define default gateways and proxy servers properly. You can install proxy server on the PC connecting to the Internet and that machine s IP as default gateway on other PC. Or on router you need to configure routes for sending all...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless, dell latitude d505, windows xp internet
dell latitude d505, windows xp internet, internet service provider: Hi again Christine, First, here is the link for the manual, simply select the language: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/latd505/ Secondly, if you don t have a wireless router what the laptop is detecting is a neighbor s connection, so...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless connection to dsl, microwave link, wireless accesspoint
microwave link, wireless accesspoint, sudhanshu: There are a lot of devices available Paul. Lot of routers have wireless ports which can connect to ISP over ethernet like WLL, microwave link etc. Also if you want to connect to LAN you need to have a wireless accesspoint on which your device can connect....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless g/n vs. lan, diffence, wireless lan
diffence, wireless lan, flavors: Wireless networking generally refers to any networtk connection using the 802.11 specification. There are currently 4 flavors of this spec; a, b, g and n. Each specification provides for greater speed and range. N, G & B are all backward compatible. A is separate....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Able to connect only to google sites, hp laptop, wireless routers
hp laptop, wireless routers, windows firewall settings: Perhaps someone enabled parental controls on your wireless router or enabled the firewall on that connection and only allowed google sites. Check your windows firewall settings for that connection device. Check the wireless routers config and check any...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two routers, connecting two routers, wireless routers
connecting two routers, wireless routers, wireless router: It can be done if the older router supports being put in access point mode. set the older router to be an access point set it up for a different channel than the new router make sure you have unique SSID s make certain that DHCP is disabled on the older...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting to the SCHOOL network domain..., netwroking, network domain
netwroking, network domain, laptop computer: Hi Adam, You need to contact the school s systems administrator as every network is different. He or she might have a VPN (Virtual Private Netwroking) in place or a web access of some kind. You can normally access a network via any Operating Systems regardless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two wireless routers, wireless access point, channel interference
wireless access point, channel interference, wireless capability: Hi Dwayne, and thanks for your question. Sorry I did not reply sooner. I never received the usual question notification email from AllExperts. What you want to do should be pretty straightforward. First of all, you should decide if you want to use...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How i connect cable net in 2 pcs via lan card ?, cat 5 cables, cross over cable
cat 5 cables, cross over cable, lan ports: You did not provide enough information. Actual screens are OS dependent. But basically, connect ISP connection to 1st card in dual card PC. Then make sure that PC works. I am guessing you are running some version of windows, so enable connection sharing....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How i connect cable net in 2 pcs via lan card ?, lan cards, cable broadband
lan cards, cable broadband, nics: Make it easy on yourself and get arouter. Hope this helps Scott And how is that a bad answer? The easiest way to connect two or more PCs to a cable broadband connection is through a router. Trying to use multiple NICs or other methods will just give...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting computers, gateway ip address, connecting computers
gateway ip address, connecting computers, pc lan: Hello, Connect the 2 computers back to back using a cross over LAN cable. Check the IP address on the PC with the internet. Configure IP addresses on both PC LAN cards such as 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 with subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 Configure gateway...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting two computers, direct cable connection, connecting two computers
direct cable connection, connecting two computers, private ip addresses: To do that you will have to network them. You can get a inexpoensive switch and a couple of patch cables and connect both PCs to the switch. You will need to give them static private IP addresses in the 192.168.1.x range. Then map the biz PC s drive to the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Demostration thru drawing, project hub, networking technique
project hub, networking technique, hardware perspective: Hi again Eduardo, I m not sure I fully understand your message, but I ll try to answer your questions as best I can. Most networked games use TCP/IP for LAN communications, some do not; it depends on the game. However, it should not matter from a hardware...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Difference between straight and Cross Cable, null modem cable, data communication equipment
null modem cable, data communication equipment, cross over cable: Hi Faridah, and thanks for your question. I will assume that you are asking about ethernet network cables, but this information applies to an networking cables. Straight-through cables are used to connect devices (like PCs) to networking equipment...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Duplex mismatch between a Cisco switch and Win XP system, cisco switch, doubt thanks
cisco switch, doubt thanks, sh int: Hi Sujivson.. What you are seeing is correct behavior. When you set speed/duplex as Auto on switch and 100/full on NIC, resulting setting that you get on Switch is 100/half and 100/full on NIC, which is a mismatch. When you have one end as Auto and another...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Duplex mismatch between a Cisco switch and Win XP system, cisco switch, doubt thanks
cisco switch, doubt thanks, port statistics: Hello, You can try to set the duplex on the Win XP system to Auto and then check the port statistics on the switch, which can throw more light on as to where the problem. Mostly, cards and ports set to Auto mode will negotiate the correct speed and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network, router vendors, netgear router
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network, router vendors, netgear router, home connections

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network, slow internet speed, wireless router
slow internet speed, wireless router, cable technician: Hi Bill, and thanks for your question. You have been shown that the internet connection is literally up to speed, and so there appears to be a problem in your home network equipment. I recommend being methodical in tracking down the problem. There are...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home networking with wireless broadband(cellular) modem, broadband modem, mobile broadband
broadband modem, mobile broadband, cellular modem: Your best choice is a mobile broadband router. There are routers that you can plug your mobile broadband modem into and then connect your PCs via Ethernet or WiFi. I know that D-Link and Belkin have such routers and I believe Linksys and Netgear do also. Check...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Redundancy???, fatpipe networks, sudhanshu
fatpipe networks, sudhanshu, load balancing: I know about them, Robert. They are into WAN optimization & acceleration, link load balancing, QOS etc however, i don;t think they are any alternative to BGP. There are many other companies which do similar work and have products on simsilar lines offering...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: internet sharing on wi-fi lan using server 2008, ms proxy server, static ips
ms proxy server, static ips, nt4 system: Manoj, the NIC with ISP IP address connects to the modem and the other NIC connects to the switch. On this switch you can connect all other PCs. Now if you know how to bridge these two NICs you can go ahead with that and you don;t need to add route on the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN cable, management screen, lan card
management screen, lan card, computer table: Hello, Try changing the cable, if that does not solve the issue, use a different port on the router. If you still have the problem, check whether the LAN card is installed properly in your PC, this can be done from the device manager which can be found...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN connects WAN doesn't, ip address range, stack fault
ip address range, stack fault, valid ip: If you can see machines on your LAN but can not access any WAN (web sites?) locations, i would check two things. First that the gateway address is correct. Second that the DNS information is correct. Check the device settings by opening a cmd windows...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN and WAN IP are the same subnet, dynamic host configuration protocol, host configuration protocol
dynamic host configuration protocol, host configuration protocol, dynamic host configuration: Hi Pat, I believe there is some confusion here, even on my end. So let me explain it and if you have more questions after that we ll take it from there. The router by default will have an address such as 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.254. This is the router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN wiring, florescent lamps, workgroup switch
florescent lamps, workgroup switch, modem router: Simple is best - Acquire a smaller workgroup switch and put it at the remote site Then run a single cat5 cable from a port on the remote switch to a port on your main switch. 100 feet is not too long for low bandwidth connections. Try to avoid running...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Laptop to HDTV picure Clarity, screen resolutions, network questions
screen resolutions, network questions, inspiron 1100: I think you would get a better answer in a section for laptops or HDTV than in one on general network questions. I don t know the resolution of the data being output by your INSPIRON. If it doesn t match on of the frequency and data sizes that you HDTV...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Limit speed on PORT 2, 3 & 4, lan ports, port speed
lan ports, port speed, max speed: Hi Gus, and thanks for your question. I downloaded the manual for the DI-604 and it looks like ti does not have the ability to throttle individual LAN ports. This is not a feature that can be found in many, if any, routers that are sold to home users....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Limit speed on PORT 2, 3 & 4, algorith, port speed
algorith, port speed, max speed: Gus... i am sure that your router will support QOS. you would need it to limit bandwidth to 1M. You can use different algorith for teh same. On the port, if you are using shape round-robincommand is :srr-queue bandwidth 1 for 1M. For all the interfaces you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Limit speed on PORT 2, 3 & 4, port speed, max speed
port speed, max speed, speed limit: I checked the documentation on D-links website for you and there does not seem to be any provided method to limit or control the bandwidth to any given port on that device. This is not surprising. That functionality is generally only on rather advanced...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linksys won't work on Vista, linksys website, realtek rtl8139
linksys website, realtek rtl8139, wireless configuration: I can not duplicate your problem. Vista thinks you are trying to connect to a domain, and is asking for domain credentials. Under the my computer, properties, check that you are not trying to be part of a domain. The Linksys box knows nothing of domains...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: many link with two routers, wan ports, static routes
wan ports, static routes, natu: Hello, Connect the two links on the WAN ports of the router. Configure static routes on the router to have traffic directed out of the desired link for desired type of traffic using policy map. Have a secondary route in place for fallback to another link...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: monitring and speed devideing software, microsoft tech support, software name
microsoft tech support, software name, ool: faisal, I don;t know how amny licenses you have bought for on this ISA server. I would suggest that if you have bought more than 10 than get in touch with Microsoft tech-support with all the details and they should be able to help you out. Banwidth Splitter...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: multicasts, arp timeout, multicast groups
arp timeout, multicast groups, output buffers: Hello, Too many broadcasts may choke up the bandwidth on a link, hence they need to be controlled. Multicasts are used for special packet treatment and only valid sources and destinations should be part of multicast groups. Please visit following links...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: multiple wireless networks, internet router, securety
internet router, securety, printer sharing: Yes, you can use two wireless devices.. I actually have 3 wireless devices on one of my machines.. 2 wifi, and 1 bluetooth You should set them up in different subnets if you want data separation. By not being visible to each other, I guess you mean don...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Netgear connection issue, service person, security settings
service person, security settings, modem: Find the manual, and reset the Netgear box back to factory? I have no idea what the service person may have done, but if directly to the modem works, then an out of the box configured Router should also work. You will have to redo your security settings....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Nid help in connectivity, linksys router, nat translation
linksys router, nat translation, dmz network: Hello, If the wired clients and the wireless clients in the internal network have the IP s from the same block, then it will be difficult to block ICMP just for the wireless clients based on IP address. In this case, best option is to subnet the IP block...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: i need help, networking knowledge, professional relationship
networking knowledge, professional relationship, customer service skills: Hi Mohammed, and thanks for your question. It can be difficult to break into IT. Even with certifications, many companies also want experience. I believe that attitude is at least as important as training. My advice is to work hard, and be patient. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Are network jobs in danger of being outsourced?, cisco certifications, microsoft certs
cisco certifications, microsoft certs, networking positions: Hi Jason, and thanks for your questions. I don t think that any IT jobs are truly 100% safe from outsourcing. I ve seen everything from help desk to server and network support, and even management outsourced. It is quite dismaying. That said, outsourcing...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, tcp sessions, core switch
tcp sessions, core switch, syslog server: Mahadev.. hi.. Following are few areas which will help you out in securing your core switch but pleasse keep in mind two things 1. this is from my experience on Cisco and I expect same to be applicale to Nortel also. 2. This is a guideline only and can not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, broadband modems, cat5 cables
broadband modems, cat5 cables, smartex: Most broadband modems will not allow you to use both ports. If you want to use mulitple computers, buy a small 100baseT switch ( $50) and a couple of short CAT5 cables at any local or mail order supplier and then connect the cable modem to switch and then...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, wireless laptop, broadband router
wireless laptop, broadband router, smartex: To be honest, I m not familair with that modem so I don t know whethere you can use BOTH the LAN and USB connections at the same time. You would need to check with the manufacturer or your broadband provider. However, there is a better answer. Get a wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking/internet, broadband cable internet, cable internet connection
broadband cable internet, cable internet connection, wiring contractor: I would consult with a cabling service for this. A 14 floor run is going to require some expertise and the cooperation of the building. The building will be able to recommend a wiring contractor. Assuming you have a broadband modem on the 14th floor, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking/internet, broadband cable internet, cable internet connection
broadband cable internet, cable internet connection, high speed connection: Do you have good ethernet cable like cat5e or cat6 run between the floors? 14 floors at 12 feet per floor, plus any lateral distance is pushing the limits for a high speed connection. Given that you can connect the two floors, what you would need is a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking/internet, broadband cable internet, cable internet connection
broadband cable internet, cable internet connection, lan card: Hello, You can connect the same machine to the Internet using two ways. Have a connection from the 14th floor to the switch on the first floor and then access internet that way or connect a 2nd LAN card on the PC and then directly connect a link from...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer and File Sharing, tcp ip port, desktop pc
tcp ip port, desktop pc, file sharing: What have you tried? What problems have you had? I have found that the best way to setup a shared printer is to install it as a local printer, but to setup up a TCP/IP port for it using the IP address of the computer the printer is connected to (or its...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem, proper username, domain logon
proper username, domain logon, permision: Hi Rajesh... What I understand is you want some users to logon in domain for partuclar access. You need to logon to local machine (instead of domain) using your domain logon ID. Same also also need to be created on your local computer. If it is possible,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem, domain system, permision
domain system, permision, single system: If you are in a domain system, and it appears that you are. Unless there is a trust setup between the domains outside users will only be seen as nobody and will get access based upon the everyone group settings. Only way to provide controlled access...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problems with my Office Network, dell dockingstation, cisco ip phone
dell dockingstation, cisco ip phone, lan ports: wow - a confusing lot So the cable modem DCM202 to a router/switch/accesspoint DIR615 I understand that and it makes good sense Then a 2 more router/access point connected connected to that Then 3 more router/access points connected to the second...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem, network domain names, microsoft windows network
network domain names, microsoft windows network, domain entry: Slightly confused by what you are asking.. If you installed the server and selected to become a domain controller with it s own domain, to remove the domain, simply wipe that machine s hard disk, and re-install server 2003, and then join the existing domain....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: problem, network domain names, microsoft windows network
network domain names, microsoft windows network, domain entry: Hi there, You can install many instances of Server 2003 in the same network, you simply need to decide if you want the server to join the domain and also be a domain controller or not. To do this you type dcpromo form the command prompt. Now if you want...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote Networking, router address, static ip address
router address, static ip address, ssh port: Hello, The router can be accessed through the telnet or the SSH port depending on the configuration, which means port 22 or 23. At present the forwarding takes you to the camera IP address, this will be forwarding mostly via port 80. Try accessing the router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Routing (RIP-OSPF), ospf routing, rip ospf
ospf routing, rip ospf, split horizon: Hi Satya, These are mechanism to avoid routing loops. The basic principle is simple: Information about the routing for a particular packet is never sent back in the direction from which it was received. Split horizon can be achieved by means of a technique...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: remote access, e mail account, network admins
e mail account, network admins, microsoft access: A VPN may or may not prevent the use of such tools, but it does mitigate their need. The VPN will give you secure remote access to your company network. Hope this helps, Scott Microsoft Access MVP 2007 Author: Microsoft Office Access 2007 VB...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about router,WAN standard, ios software, wan protocols
ios software, wan protocols, natu: Hello, Please visit the following link which will help you understand more details about WAN - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide_area_network The below link has details about the WAN protocols that are being used world over - http://www.javvin.com/protocolWAN.html...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Seeing two LAN's accross WAN, check point firewall, ip block
check point firewall, ip block, hbg: Hello, Yes, it seems to be a routing issue. In a VPN tunnel setup, usually the internal networks need to be allowed to pass routes across the VPN to the other side. Please make sure that the LAN IP block is advertised across the tunnel. Also check the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Small business WAN, effort basis, networking devices
effort basis, networking devices, time print: DOug..hve youtalked to the service providers? Some of them give your CPE (which is the device youneed to plug in and is supplied by them mostly) has the firewall inbuilt into it. So check that out or youcan go for software firewalls also like the one built...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: T-1 line setup, t1 modem, storage area
t1 modem, storage area, t1 line: As a minimum, you will need a T1 modem, a router, and a switch or hub. I find this odd. A T1 line is just a line specifier describing speed. What is on the other end of the T1. Usually the phone companies want to provide all of the pieces (at a profit of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Verizon DSL Modem, static ip addresses, bridge mode
static ip addresses, bridge mode, dsl modem: Hi magda, What verizon tech support guys have told you is right. the other way is for you to use a router to have better control over your network. Instead of modem you connect that router and canuse NAT to connect to the server from outside as well as inside....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wake On LAN, magic packets, 2wire
magic packets, 2wire, natu: Hello, I am not well versed with the router you have mentioned, the following may help you in the configuration - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wake-on-LAN http://www.zaphu.com/2007/08/24/broadcast-magic-packets-to-wake-your-computer/ You can also...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wake On LAN, arp tables, router firewall
arp tables, router firewall, 2wire 2701hg: if your IP address is x.y.z.66 why are you entering the broadcast address for that subnet? I enter my direct IP address for my WOL program. Windows firewall is not an issue, windows is not running during WOL I am connected as follows: cable modem...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Network with WPA and WEP, netgear adsl modem router, adsl router
netgear adsl modem router, adsl router, wireless channels: If what you are calling a router provides the WIFI signal, it is not really a just a router. The popular item today contains a router, a firewall, a multiport switch and an access point. It also provides NAT, DHCP and proxy functions. Some of the functions...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless network, wireless access point, satellite c
wireless access point, satellite c, network question: Hi again Al, You can install up to 11 WAPs onto one local network, but it s a good idea to use as few as possible. When you install more than one, you should configure them all with the same SSID (broadcast ID) and WiFi password . YOu also should configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Printing, wireless print server, wireless capability
wireless print server, wireless capability, wireless modem: Hi Joe, and thanks for your question. You really have 2 choices - buy a printer with wireless capability built in, or get any printer you like and buy a wireless print server to put it on your network. If you go the wireless printer route, it couldn...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless router, trouble shooting guide, netgear wireless
trouble shooting guide, netgear wireless, relevent details: Hello, Setting up a wireless network correctly involves a lot of steps, and it would not be possible to explain them here. I suggest that you please visit the following link which has the full manual for Netgear router which explains in detail all that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Torrent Issues, wireless nic, port router
wireless nic, port router, lan connection: Wireless connections are almost always much slower than wired connections Much more overhead, lower effective bandwidth. you should try connecting to a site like 2wire.org and run a speedtest. Try it wired and wireless if you can. No amount of port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wifi to dreambox, wireless router, running linux
wireless router, running linux, wireless adapter: Hello, Connect the laptop to the DreamBox and configure IP address on the LAN NIC, which is in a different range from that of the wireless adapter, over which you are connected to the Internet. The gateway for the LAN NIC has to be the IP address of the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless interruption, interesting security, access point
interesting security, access point, linksys: Interesting Security often improves the connectivity. WEP64 is usually more stable than no security. Interference is the usual answer: a nearby access point on the same channel? a 2.4 GHz cordless phone? You could have bad firmware...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless routing to a tv, 1080p plasma hdtv, google search
1080p plasma hdtv, google search, panasonic viera: I think you have a misconception of how these sites work. We VOLUNTEER our time to help others. You posted a brief question with little info. I responded with the name of the type of device you need to look for. there are several variations of this type of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless security, wpa security, wireless capabilities
wpa security, wireless capabilities, dsl modem: If security is off, then yes, any one can eavesdrop that is within range. If the security is WEP, and some one wants your data, then the WEP password can be broken in a matter of minutes. It stops the lazy casual eavesdropping. You should enable WPA security....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Basic, basic networking, networking guide
basic networking, networking guide, netguide: hello smile take a look at the link below and make sure you have ADOBE READER installed beforehand: http://www.comptechdoc.org/.../networking/guide/netguide.pdf also have a look at this one too! http://www.jaycar.com/images_uploaded/networks.pdf...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connect computer, public ip addresses, internet hope
public ip addresses, internet hope, connect computer: To get different public IP addresses you have to have your carrier do this. But there are a number of ways you can access a computer on a LAN remotely. The easiest would be using LogMein.com, which allows for remote control of a PC through the Internet. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connect wireless router to wired router, adsl modem, plain sailing
adsl modem, plain sailing, port router: hey rob this link should help you: http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/wirelesssetup.mspx dont forget the rating :) Hello Robert Don t you think that sometimes the answer you need is just a few clicks away? I referred you to this website...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting 2 LANs, Dual NICs WinXP, DNS
Dual NICs WinXP, DNS, IP Address: Hello Mian, Thank you for the question. You can do it. You need to set the External Network Card (NIC) as usual with the IP address of 192.168.1.10 (or any IP with the subnet of the Router) Subnet Mask is 255.255.255.0, and Default Gateway (Router IP)...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: career, wan fundamentals, ccna
wan fundamentals, ccna: Hello, The start is always getting the foundation strong, which is LAN-WAN fundamentals including Routing & Switching. I would suggest ti start with CCNA and then progress to a more specialized area that you might find interesting. Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: about cisco 1721 series router, Cisco 1721 Router, Telnet failed
Cisco 1721 Router, Telnet failed, Show running-config: Hello Shashidhara, Regarding the Cisco 1721 Router not connecting via Telnet. You have not given me sufficient information to help you. Please follow this link from Cisco to set Telnet on the router. You need to send me the configuration file of the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Dynamic/Static IP Address, adsl modem, dsl carrier
adsl modem, dsl carrier, static ip address: On your laptop, you want to set the TCP/IP properties of your network adapter to Automatically Detect. Whether your DSL carrier provides a dynamic or static IP is immaterial to your question. I would go with dynamic if its cheaper. Since your ADSL modem...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Extending Wireless Connectivity, PowerBook, Wireless Dropping Connection
PowerBook, Wireless Dropping Connection, D-Link Repeater: Hi Andy, Thank you for the question. I m not an expert on PowerBook, however I will try to answer your question. I don t think your problem is from the Router at all. I read about it in some Mac users forum and it seems to me it s related to the Mac itself....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet driver not working, reboot windows, default drivers
reboot windows, default drivers, 3c905b: Hi Jim, Sorry, but Windows ME is a terrible OS and driver problems are very common. However, the 3Con cards are extremely common and should work even on ME. I suggest trying a complete uninstall. Remove the card through Control Panel, shut down,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network, external hd, port router
external hd, port router, linksys router: You don t unless they are networkable. If they are you can connect them using one of the switch ports on the router generally there are four. Hope this helps Scott Yes, if you connect the HD to a PC it becomes a drive on that PC and then can be shared...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP addressing, default gateway address, subnet mask
default gateway address, subnet mask, client ip addresses: Hello, You will need a larger subnet block to have more client IP addresses. At present, the subnet mask of your client IP s and the gateway will be 255.255.255.0 and that s why you can have 254 clients. To make a larger block, simply change the subnet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linking two networks at multiple sites, MS Server 2008, Terminal Server
MS Server 2008, Terminal Server, T1: Hi John, Thank You for your question. I need more information from you. Start by telling me how do you planing on using the server. I understand you have a terminal server - how many users? Do you need to have a secure connection between the two sites?...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linux, transport layer protocol, application layer protocol
transport layer protocol, application layer protocol, transfer protocol ftp: Hello, DNS and FTP are protocols which are the part of the ISO 7-layer protocol stack. FTP is an application layer protocol while DNS is a layer 4 protocol, thus it falls under the transport layer protocol. Every packet that these protocols use have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linux, transfer protocol ftp, file transfer protocol
transfer protocol ftp, file transfer protocol, syslog files: hey andy DNS and FTP deal with Windows too. They are basically two of the major network protocols used. DNS is basically the name given to all the name servers on the Internet. This is how we find a particular website amongst millions on the Internet....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: MOSS, web hope, office microsoft
web hope, office microsoft, microsoft access: This site can explain it in more detail than I can: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointserver/FX100492001033.aspx But generally, Sharepoint is a suite of technologies That allow people to collaborate over the WEB. Hope this helps, Scott...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: mac address, MAC Address, Media Access Control
MAC Address, Media Access Control, IEEE: Hello Paul, Thanks for the question. The simple answer is yes for both Mac addresses. The address 3c-49-de-01-24-98 is a device made by the 3Com Corp. The number 00-98-d4-f4-e6-2e is not registered in the known vendors list here: http://www.cavebear.com/archive/cavebear/Ethernet/vendor.html....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Need help with Home Network!, wireless access point, broadband modem
wireless access point, broadband modem, router config: I don t see any routers! A WAP is not a router. What you should do is replace the WAP with a router that is connected directly to your broadband modem (if you want to save $$$ you can get a wired router and plug the WAP into that. If you want your devices...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network trouble, virus scanners, mail client
virus scanners, mail client, system boots: That s what I thought! the latency error indicates that the problem is not with your PC but with the connection to your service provider. I must tell you to insist that the problem is their s to look at. the computer is not the problem here. there isnt...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: NIC not visible - not internet connection, netgear wireless adapter, direct cable connection
netgear wireless adapter, direct cable connection, netgear router: Hi Carol, and thanks for your question. Based on what you re saying, most likely there is a hardware problem or two here. Let s go through it systematically. First of all, download the latest drivers for both of your NICs. You can probably get the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Prepaid phone card for skype, prepaid phone card, international prepaid phone card
prepaid phone card, international prepaid phone card, subscription plans: Hi Tamaki, and thanks for your question. Skype does not allow use of calling cards for outgoing calls. If you want to make calls, you can either pay by the call by buying Skype Credits, or go on one of their subscription plans which allow unlimited calling....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Problem with 10-BaseT home connection, Cat3 UTP Cable, Voice
Cat3 UTP Cable, Voice, Data Cables: Hi Janick, Thank you for your question. By definition Cat3, UTP cable is designed for audio only with limits of 10Mbps speed and up to 16Mhz in frequency. Cat 3, short for Category 3, is a UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cable designed to carry voice and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: slow Internet connection, google home page, slow internet connection
google home page, slow internet connection, ethernet cables: hey dan its very simple actually. you have to connect your computer to a different cable modem, preferably in another location and see the outcome. if then, the speed will be OK then chances are that your connection with the service provider has a problem....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN use to browse official PC from out of office, view workgroup computers, tunnel adapter
view workgroup computers, tunnel adapter, mail server: Hello, If you are connecting to the office VPN using a dialer, then your network settings will show up a VPN tunnel adapter which will have got an IP address leased out by the Firewall/Router that terminates the VPN at the office edge. At present, I...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Windows Server 2003 networking, MS Server 2003 Home, IP Address Setup
MS Server 2003 Home, IP Address Setup, Gateway: Hello Devang, Thanks for the question. From your description it sound like you are having IP configuration issue. You need to reset your Win 2003 Server to the same DHCP group. In addition, make sure that it s belong to the same Workgroup, or Domain. in...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Network Cards Cause PCs To Restart, exact model number, wireless network cards
exact model number, wireless network cards, reboot windows: Hi Guy, and thanks for your question. It sounds like the device driver for your network adapter has a problem with instability. This is surprisingly common. Unfortunately, about the only thing you can do is try to find and install an updated driver for...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Network Issue, router internet, bit torrent
router internet, bit torrent, network settings: Depends on your router. Some routers allow such restrictions. You may also try limiting his access to very late at night. Or, tell him you will disconnect him from the router. Internet access is a privilege not a right. the person who pays for the Internet...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless router randomly stopped working?, wireless network adapter, wireless router
wireless network adapter, wireless router, ip adress: Hi Chris, and thanks for your question. First of all, Google tells me that ZWA3006 is a Zonet antenna, not the router. You should try to find the manual that came with the router. If you can t then you will need to find the Model Number of the router,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2nd Wireless Router/WAP, wireless access point, public access to the internet
wireless access point, public access to the internet, broadcast channels: Hi Jacque, and thanks for your question. In fact, you should use the same SSID on both of your access points. That way devices can roam and connect to whichever connection is stronger at that time. This is completely invisible to the user. You should...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: No audio coming out of the speakers and network problems, Regedit, Networking
Regedit, Networking, Malwarebytes: Hi Jairo, Sorry for the delay. It sound like you may have a Virus or Trojan infecting your system. Since you have not specify your operating system I will assume it s Windows and pick up from there. You want to boot up into Safe mode with Networking enabled....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cat6E cable, category 6 cable, cat 6 cable
category 6 cable, cat 6 cable, maximum length: Hi Bart, and thanks for your question. According to this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category_6_cable#Maximum_Length the limit is 100 meters (about 330 feet) using Cat 6 cable and Gigabit ethernet speed. Good luck, and I hope this helps,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: how to connect 6 systems, lan ports, lan port
lan ports, lan port, uplink port: Hello, You can connect all PC s to the LAN ports on the switch and have the Internet connection connected to the WAN/Uplink port on the switch. Your server can also be attached to the LAN port and act as the DHCP server for your internal network. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: To connect two different networks by Router, router ip address, subnets
router ip address, subnets, brows: Hello, You can configure the router with the two subnets and have end clients connect to the router via switches. Have the respective router IP address as the gateway for all end clients in both subnets, as the router will now path to the other subnet,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: To connect two different networks by Router, custom firmware, logical interface
custom firmware, logical interface, physical interface: Hi, and thanks for your question. You cannot do this with most home-grade routers. The problem is that the two networks have to be on separate interfaces, either physical or logical, in order for the router to be able to handle them. What you need is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dial up lan!, dad office, dialup modem
dad office, dialup modem, phone cable: Hello, Yes, you can setup a dial-up LAN, provided that there is a router at the office end which can accept dial-up connections. That router needs to be setup with a number to which you will dial from your home PC. Once the connection is established, then...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet, college internet, private data
college internet, private data, sensitive data: Hi Megha, and thanks for your question. It s actually very common to provide different ways to connect to a network. The reason is security. Unauthorized access to sensitive data must be prevented, and internet access is often protected to prevent theft...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to get more internet ports on my router., internet ports, router port
internet ports, router port, wireless router: Hi Edward, Well first of all as a side note, if your router is wireless, the PS3 comes with an integrated wireless network card so that would be a solution right there. If however you are hard core about not going wireless and want everything running through...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Limited or no connectivity, dual core processor, wireless access point
dual core processor, wireless access point, dell inspiron notebook: Another computer in the same location can connect wirelessly? There are a couple of possibilities here. Either the wireless adapter on the Dell is going or is gone, or the Wireless Access Point of the router is the problem. If you can connect wirelessly...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Limited or no connectivity, dell inspiron 1501, correct key
dell inspiron 1501, correct key, usb ports: Hi Ben, Are you talking about the router settings or connection in your computer? On the computer, right click on My Network Places on the Desktop and select properties. From there you can select the network adapter, in your case the wireless one, again,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network, internet trough, wireless router
internet trough, wireless router, internet signal: I m not following what you are trying to do. If you have a LAN cable running from the router to your work room, then I would just use that. If you can t get a wireless signal from the router, then either move the router, move the computer or get a repeater....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networks, dail up connection, remote login
dail up connection, remote login, transmission rate: First, this is not text messaging. Please do not use text speak! Second, a LAN is when you connect using Ethernet directly to a switch. A WAN is when you connect to a network through a router. Dialup is a different animal entirely. Hope this helps Scott...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: server, cisco catalyst 3560, pet supply company
cisco catalyst 3560, pet supply company, server specification: Hello, The server specification will depend on what services/applications you want to run on that server and also the number of users that will be accessing the server. You can go for the Windows 2003 Server if you want easy and simple management or can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Hookup to Panasonic TC-P50G15, motorola sb5120 cable modem, motorola sb5120
motorola sb5120 cable modem, motorola sb5120, wireless hookup: I would check with Panasonic. The specs do not list an Ethernet port but Viera Cast says it works by connecting a LAN cable. So I m a little unsure what is correct or not. Connecting useing a Wireless Repeater doesn t make sense, because such a device is used...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless internet suggestions, wireless lan adapters, acces point
wireless lan adapters, acces point, appreciative thanks: Hi William and thanks for your question. You will be the best network performance if you go with a wired connection. If performance is a top goal, then you should bite the bullet and run cable. Hint: always run more than 1 cable; 2 is better, 4 is great....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Baud rate, analog modem, voip service
analog modem, voip service, analog voice: Hi Ken, and thanks for your question. I m aware of the problem you face - I, too, have VOIP (Vonage) which I m very happy with, except sending of FAXes is all but impossible. This is because the VOIP service compresses the analog voice data heavily, which...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connect Computer to tv, connector interface, connect computer
connector interface, connect computer, video port: Hello Helen, You will be able to connect the computer to the TV, using the right cable, which will depend on what outlets you have on the TV and the computer. Most new TV s have a HDMI connector interface which can be connected to the RGB port on the PC,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: client/server, server configurations, wht
server configurations, wht, client server: You have to provide a lot more info than that. Client/Server refers to a setup where processing is split between workstations and a server. There are a HUGE number of client/server configurations. The WEB is one example, where a WEB server is used to store...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet splitter, comcast cable, incoming line
comcast cable, incoming line, maximum flexibility: You have two choices in my opinion. You can either purchase a small switch or replace the router with a wireless router. You can get a small 5 port switch for around $30. Plug the cable coming from the router into the Uplink port of the switch and you can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up A Home Network, modem wireless, satellite isp
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up A Home Network, modem wireless, satellite isp, wireless router

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Heritage house Networking, company boardroom, internet printers
company boardroom, internet printers, financial constraints: Hello, As wired LAN is not an option, going wireless seems to be the only solution. You can try for the N band wireless which can better signal strength to penetrate thicker walls. This looks to be the only solution as a wired LAN is not possible. A proper...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Lan/WLan, wireless access point, home hub
wireless access point, home hub, static ip address: Hi Andrew, and thanks for your question. As well-intentioned as your actions were, they do represent a potentially serious breach of security to your company network, and can cause other problems on the network. First of all, when a rogue device is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: modem, cable modem, cable line
cable modem, cable line, cable company: Hi, Interesting problem, however if there is a problem on the cable line and the Internet is interfering with it my guess is that it s not installed properly. Normally when the cable company installs the cable at home for Internet and TV, they split the...

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

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network security, network security solution, intrusion prevention
network security solution, intrusion prevention, network access control: Bob, You need to provide 360degree security solution to them. You have to look for intrusion prevention, desktop & network security solution and maybe some network access control kind of solution. To fix security issues you need to have a look at the IT &...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: rj45 splitter, switch ports, comcast cable
switch ports, comcast cable, simultaneous internet: Hello Scott, When you say the Internet connection is terminated on a router and there are two connections that go out from the router, I think that the router also has an inbuilt switch with 4 ports, out of which 2 ports are used. You will have to configure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to run limewire pro 4.14.8 behind ISA 2006 from my XP client PC?, isa firewall, port 8080
isa firewall, port 8080, configuration section: hi roman if you are behind an ISA firewall then you are on a protected network and hence blocking P2P. you cant do anything at all becuase the ports used by limewire are all blocked. what you have to do is to create rules in ISA which allow the port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Setting Up A Home Network, linksys wireless g router, satellite internet connection
linksys wireless g router, satellite internet connection, linksys wireless g: 802.11N is rated at up to 800 . So the first thing I would try is getting an N and placing it on the side of the house nearest the shop. If you can get connection in the shop, but not the whole shop, you may need a repeater within the shop. If that doesn...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared Internet on LAN, desktop modem, internet modems
desktop modem, internet modems, wireless router: Hi Chris, First I am not really clear on a few things. You say you have a wireless router but want to configure a computer to use as a gateway? If you own a wireless router, that will be your gateway for all computers, no need ot use a computer as the gateway....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Shared Internet on LAN, desktop modem, internet modems
desktop modem, internet modems, lan connectivity: Hello, In this case, just attach the PC that will bo connected to the Internet stick, to the WAN port of the router and configure it with a fixed IP address. Configure the DHCP on the router as usual and have the defualt route to the fixed IP address of...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Small office - dual routers, router interface, dhcp scope
router interface, dhcp scope, core switch: Hello, You can create a new VLAN on the Core Switch and a new DHCP scope on the server to allocate IP addresses to the visitors. The layer 2 security of VLANS will prevent access for visitors to the existing network. Also create a sub-interface with a different...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIRELESS NETWORK OVER 1KM, gain antennas, high gain antenna
gain antennas, high gain antenna, setup a wireless network: Hi Mohammed, Sorry for the delay, I ve been working away and have a rare weekend off :-) Technology exists for such services, but it is not yet wide-spread. There are places you can purchase high gain antennas and extend the range of a WIFI link...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Connection Disconnects, remote desktop connection, security breach
remote desktop connection, security breach, dell inspiron: Mohammaed, Wish you a happy & fruitful year ahead. It seems that your security settings on Laptop are too stringent. Loosen them a bit and allow remote connections. Or try to see if you can changethe action if Laptop senses any security breach. If Laptop...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless/wired network security, mac addres, network security issues
mac addres, network security issues, wireless access point: Hi again Austin, As you ve learned, wireless network security is an important topic that many people do not give much thought. Everyone needs to secure their network, and since you ve experienced an apparent breach, you need to go a bit further. You...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2 segments in a home network, cisco router, virtual lans
cisco router, virtual lans, switch setup: Hi Paul, and thanks for your question. What you want to do is no possible with a consumer-grade router such as you have. You could do it with corporate-grade router, such as a Cisco router, using the concept of Virtual Lans, or VLANs. With a VLAN, you...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: blocked from internet, internet shuts down, light switch
internet shuts down, light switch, particulars: If the Internet is blocked before it gets to you, then there is no method from your end to remove that block. Think of it as a light switch out of your reach, how could you switch it? Not knowing your particulars, but many cell phones can provide the equivalent...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Change IP address, isp network, public ip
isp network, public ip, lan network: Hello, This cannot be done as the public IP address is leased out by your ISP and does not change that often. It may only change if you disconnect and reconnect to the ISP network, but then as well, the ISP may lease out the same IP address to your router....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cisco 3750's, BGP & Stackwise, isp link, isp network
isp link, isp network, cisco 3750: Greg, IGP is collectively used for all routing protocols that can be used in an autonomous system like rip, eigrp, igrp or ospf. iBGP is the stance or bgp when you run bgp between your As itself. In your case as all of the equipment are of Cisco you can use...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two Computers via WLAN for data transfer, connecting two computers, tcp ip settings
connecting two computers, tcp ip settings, adhoc network: Well setting the Obtain IP automatically is wrong and proably the source of your problem. In an adhoc network, there is generally no DHCP server to assign IPs. So you need to hard code an IP. Try giving one PC 192.168.1.1 and the other 192.168.1.2. See if...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two Computers via WLAN for data transfer, connecting two computers, network wizard
connecting two computers, network wizard, setup a home network: You are already good to go for internet, Salman. Only thing you need to do is to download a free proxy serber and run it on the first pc which is connected to internet. You can enable WIndows proxy also through IIS if you have it installed in the machine....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting two Computers via WLAN for data transfer, connecting two computers, client connectivity
connecting two computers, client connectivity, dhcp server: Hello, Yes, the computer which connects to the Internet acts as the gateway, in this case the PC connected to the Nokia phone, so you can connect this to the WAN port of the router and the other two computers to the wireless router by creating a wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connectivity with broadband in two different pc on different location, drive option, natu
drive option, natu, connectivity: Hello, You will need to enable sharing on the drives that you want to map, then each PC must have a public IP address so that it can be reached via the Internet, also make sure you have allowed file and print sharing through the windows firewall. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cisco process high, pool manager, load meter
pool manager, load meter, outcom: Hello, There can be various reasons that can be causing this problem. The best way is to troubleshoot with help of the Cisco guide - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps133/products_tech_note09186a00800a70f2.shtml Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: .........confused, equal interest, applications work
equal interest, applications work, basic knowledge: Asim, Both are good and equally paying and have plus and minuses of each of them. You really need to understand what you want to do to choose one. If you like sitting in front of PC and write codes for people to use your applications and praise you every...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: File missing, microsoft website, control panel
microsoft website, control panel, microsoft: That error means IE is not where windows installed it. Either someone deleted it or your disk is having issues. You can try just downloading and running the IE installer from the Microsoft website if you have another browser installed. You can also use...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Files not found over network in win XP, using unix, random files
using unix, random files, file permissions: You don t specify the OS. Domain or workgroups also are a little different. Generally that is caused by a permissions problem on the files. Open is also fairly generic. Open with an editor is different that open it with a print command. Check file...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connectivity with broadband in two different pc on different location, windows components, logmein
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connectivity with broadband in two different pc on different location, windows components, logmein, remote access

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Sharing, networking card, authentication mechanism
networking card, authentication mechanism, wireless router: Hello, MAC based authentication can act as a second line support for wireless access. The best way to secure a wireless connection is a dual layer security, the 1st layer being a WPA authentication using a passkey and the 2nd layer being MAC based authentication....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ip issue, address assignment, static address
address assignment, static address, sudhanshu: Casper.. hi.. How does your laptop gets the IP address. I assume its an static address assignment. Ideally you should have a DHCP in your network if its a big network or you can use static if its smll network and IP addresses are manageable. You are getting...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Join aPC to TV ?, connection vga, consumer outlets
connection vga, consumer outlets, compatible signal: With standard PC and television you can not do that. If your TV has a PC compatible mode you could use the TV as a display with an appropriate cable connection (VGA/XGA). Or if your PC has a TV video output port, you could connect it to the composite...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: lan external antenna, cell phone external antenna, external antenna adapter
cell phone external antenna, external antenna adapter, cellular modems: Hi Victor, Most (not all) cellular modems or 802.11 wireless cards have an external antenna option. Unfortunately you did not provide me with the make and model of your wireless modem as I could have given you a few links to manufacturers that produce external...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: NetBEUI capture, netbeui protocol, netbios over tcp ip
netbeui protocol, netbios over tcp ip, netbios over tcp: Hi Sinn, The NetBEUI protocol is also considered NETBIOS. NETBIOS is obsolete and superseded by NetBIOS over TCP/IP. Your capture will contain NetBEUI/NETBIOS and TCP/IP all in the same data stream. This may account for the reason that you are seeing a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking, lan ports, cisco equipment
lan ports, cisco equipment, port router: HUB is an older term. You want a switch. You also need to tell me if the DSL modem provides a built in 4 port switch and or a wireless connection. Cisco equipment is usually what I purchase, but for home office use Linksys, Netgear or Dlink all should...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: networking, lan ports, proper permissions
lan ports, proper permissions, uplink port: Hello, You need to get a 8-port or 16-port switch and connect all the PC s to the LAN ports using Cat-6 cables. Connect the uplink port to a router or a gateway, if you have one in your network, which will direct traffic to the internet or WAN. You can...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer sharing, static nat, network printer
static nat, network printer, home printer: Hello, This can be done provided that the network printer has a public IP address using which it can be uniquely identified on the Internet. This way you can straight way add it on to your PC at home as a network printer. The other option is to have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: restricting internet browsing using cisco router, gateway ip address, cisco 837
gateway ip address, cisco 837, x client: Hello, Yes, this is possible. Create an extendedIP access list based on the IP addresses of the clients that need to be denied access to the internet. The access list can be as below - access-list 101 deny IP x.x.x.x(client IP addresses) x.x.x.x(client...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Set Up Network with IP Forwarding, netgear wgt624 v3, netgear wgt624
netgear wgt624 v3, netgear wgt624, router use: If you use the web GUI in the router, in the advanced section, you can set up port forwarding. To make sure I understand what you are asking You want it so that a port request, such as port 80, on the public IP so W.X.Y.Z:80 goes directly to 192.168.50.231:80...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: share an internet connection, tiscali broadband, lan ports
tiscali broadband, lan ports, wireless capability: Hi James and thanks for your question. Unfortunately, you can t just install a Y cable and share an internet connection. First of all, there are no such things as Y ethernet cables; second, your internet provider probably only allows you 1 IP address...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: simple Lan, network ip addresses, linksys router
network ip addresses, linksys router, network ports: Hi Chris, and thanks for your question. Yes, you can use the router to create yoru own LAN. It should be pretty much plug-and-play - just fire up the router and connect the computers. The computers should automatically learn their network IP addresses...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wifi via Adhoc mode, gateway ip address, mode computers
gateway ip address, mode computers, subnet masks: Hello, The IP addresses are correct with the subnet masks being 255.255.255.0 and also ensure the gateway IP address is the own IP address of the laptop. The netbios settings need to be enable netbios over TCP/IP . The DNS servers will not be required...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless broadband, wireless broadband, wireless router
wireless broadband, wireless router, wireless clients: Hello, The wireless router administration page can be usually accessed from the IP address 192.168.1.1 from a web browser from any client, you will need to log in using the router administrator user name and password. In the menu on the left hand side,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless router causing issues with Internet connection, motorola cable modem, problem thanks
motorola cable modem, problem thanks, optus: odd Doesn t your skype phone connect to a PC via USB? If it works, then your Internet works, skype uses the Internet. I am guessing you can t browse the web on the same PC? Have you tried restarting the browser? The PC? Perhaps the DNS information...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wan, two different computers, ip internet
two different computers, ip internet, internet address: I would like to help, but neither I nor a couple of my co-workers have ever heard of anything referred to as a WAN number. We considered that you might mean an IP (internet) address, but your qualifier of TWO different computers that you can access, does...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless router, wpa psk, wireless network connections
wpa psk, wireless network connections, wirless router: Hello, I think that the router is setup with a WPA/PSK encryption for the wireless network, while the older laptops are trying to connect with some different setting, such as WEP. Check that the setting matches to the one set on the laptop that s successfully...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Baud rate issues, usb adapter cable, cb radios
usb adapter cable, cb radios, old laptop: Hi Wayne, and thanks for your question. Sorry to say, but I don t think there s going to be an easy answer to your question. Here are some things to check: - Go into the Device manager in Control Panel and see if you can modify the settings on the USB...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Computer networking for Small Business, mediavault, centralized storage
mediavault, centralized storage, nas network attached storage: You might consider an HP MediaVault or you might even look at the MediaSmart Server. The MediaVault allows mirroring for safety. I would recommend 1TB of storage. As long as you have a network ready printer, you can connect it to your switch. I would look...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: my computer is not connected lan, network ip address, subnet mask
network ip address, subnet mask, lan connectivity: Hello, Seems that the PC is not configure with the correct IP address hence the LAN connectivity is not established. Check the network IP address settings in the TCP/IP properties of the LAN adapter, make sure it matches the set IP settings for your LAN,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connect a netgear wgt624 to linksys befsr81., netgear wgt624, linksys befsr81
netgear wgt624, linksys befsr81, wireless access point: garry, I don t see any issue iin both the routers talking to each other so far as both of them are not on any proprietory standards. You might have to disable routing in netgear to add it as access pioint. Rest details you might have to talk to the netgear/linksys...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: i like to create a lan network, network question, lan network
network question, lan network, default gateway: Venkatesh.. Easiest way is to download a proxy software frm internet. they are very user freindly and easy to install. Install this on the PC with internet connectivity. Everytime you go to internet make sure that proxy is running. On the secnd PC give default...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to make DG834G as a access point, netgear router, bridged mode
netgear router, bridged mode, wireless router: Hello, The configuration guide for the router can be found at the manufacturer s website. Please have a look there. There is no need to have a wired connection from 1st router to the 2nd, the 2nd router can be placed where there is coverage from the 1st...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Doubts regarding IP&TCP, transmission control protocol, tcp segments
transmission control protocol, tcp segments, ip architecture: Hello, TCP uses certain mechanisms which enable it to have a connection oriented transmission of a segment, even though it operates under the IP architecture. The detailed explanation of this can be better understood at the following link, as this space...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Doubts regarding IP&TCP, tcp segments, tcp packet
tcp segments, tcp packet, ip datagram: Vivek, TCp fragments are transmitted the way normal TCP packet would traverse the internet, using source and destination IP remainingsame and with mac address changing at each hop. Structure of TCP fragment is same as a full TCP packet with header, tail,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: To divide internet in to two computers., port computer, internet line
port computer, internet line, lan port: Hello, You need to make sure that both the computers and the switch are in the same IP network, this can be made easier if the switch is configurable, then it can be setup as a DHCP server, which will lease out IP addresses to the clients and will also...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Ethernet / USB connection problem, freeware proxy server, cat 5 cable
freeware proxy server, cat 5 cable, dsl modem: Dave.. I would suggest you to download a small freeware - proxy server, from Internet and install it on your PC connected to the internet. Define its IP as default gateway in the second one and you should be good to go with both the connections. Hope this...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN, slow lan, frequent internet
slow lan, frequent internet, proxy setup: Hello, You can have the same server act as DHCP as well as the proxy, you need to be sure that the single server will handle the load, hence the hardware configuration on that server needs to be high end. You can go to the site http://squid.acmeconsulting.it/...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN configuration in Vista (Home Premium ), proxy server software, networking drivers
proxy server software, networking drivers, microsoft windows vista home premium: Salman, Check if you have made any workgroup or domain while configuring the networking. For internet... You need to enable proxyserver on the PC connected with Internet and have this PC as default gateway in other. You can download proxy server software...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN design, mesh network, relay system
mesh network, relay system, natu: Hello Brian, Too connect 3 sites across the WAN using frame-relay, you can either go for a hub-spoke network or mesh network. At each node, you will need a router as the WAN gateway which will terminate the frame-relay link. The interface can be serial/smart...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN/WAN, gateway router, static routes
gateway router, static routes, interface card: Hello, As all three location have different networks, connectivity needs to be established using static routes which have to be put on the gateway router. The same router can be used to connect to the second location, you will need to have a spare interface,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: locating/switching wireless router connections, lap top computer, sony lap top computer
lap top computer, sony lap top computer, wireless router: Hello, Each wireless network is protected with a pass-key, which is used to authenticate against the network. The pass-key at your place and the sister s place will be different and hence the laptop was not able to connect to the Internet. You will have...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Modem/Firewall and Public IPs, dsl modem, wan ip
dsl modem, wan ip, static route: WIll, with firewalls you need to be little more cautious. Most of the firewalls block everything by default and expect you to open ports selectively. However some let everything pass and expect you to block what is not needed. In your case suggest you to see...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Network security, linksys router, wireless router
linksys router, wireless router, configuration setup: Each Linksys router has a slightly different configuration setup. On mine MAC Filtering is under the Wireless tab. Linksys has excellent toll free support so I would suggest calling them for step by step. As for wireless security, If one place you found...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Networking three computers, straight ethernet cable, local store
straight ethernet cable, local store, input output: Mitch, You need to buy a switch and three straight ethernet cable from local store to connect them. Or you can see if wireless is an option than you can go wireless to make a LAN. Let me know what you decide so that I can guide you further. -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Port Filtering PCAnywhere, modem router, port filter
modem router, port filter, static nat: Hello, To connect to a particular PC in a LAN, which has private IP address, you will need to have a static NAT entry for each LAN PC, on the router, which will identify the PC uniquely on the Internet. This is not necessary if each LAN PC has it s own...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer IP, ali ali, konica minolta
ali ali, konica minolta, private ip address: Ali.. Network printers have an ethernet port built into them through which you can connect them directly to the network. the IP you have given is a private IP address.To access the server through Intenet you need to get a public IP from your service provider...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Printer Sharing on Windows Server 2003, interwebs, network printers
interwebs, network printers, win2k3: Hi Li Hua, Sounds like your not using a domain or active directory on your server installation which would have made this much easier to manage. So I m guessing that your using a Windows Workgroup. Make sure your server and clients are on the same workgroup....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: question, network integrator, mission critical
network integrator, mission critical, topography: There are no set of standard questions. But some of the things a network integrator needs to know is: What will the network be used for? What is the topography of the location its being installed in? How many users? What types of applications will be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Remote access network drive, mediavault, media server
mediavault, media server, access network: You would have to transfer the file to your current PC, make your changes then re up load it. What you might consider is something like logmein.com which would allow you to connect to your PC and control it remotely as if you were sitting at it. I d...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router dropping signal, cable router, office hope
cable router, office hope, cable modem: Its possible. The BEFSR41 is a old model. Have you kept up with firmware upgrades? If you haven t the first thing I would do is make sure the router is up to date with firmware. If that doesn t make a difference I would call Linksys tech support to get their...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Trouble visualizing OSI LAYERS, network protocol design, iso osi model
network protocol design, iso osi model, osi seven layer model: Hello, The OSI layers is an abstract description for layered communications and computer network protocol design. It was developed as part of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) initiative. In its most basic form, it divides network architecture into...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wan, setup screens, network key
setup screens, network key, wireless computer: Hi Robie, and thanks for your question. You can find your wireless networking key in your router. Most routers have a web interface for setting them up. One of the setup screens will be the wireless setup, and there you will find the WEP key. Good...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: air card, broadband routers, broadband router
broadband routers, broadband router, mobile broadband: Yep right place. There are routers that accept a mobile broadband card and act as a router for a home network. Some examples are: http://www.dlink.com/press/pr/?prid=241 http://www.engadget.com/2009/03/24/ericssons-w3x-series-hspa-mobile-broadband-routers-dont-slouch/...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: air card, sierra wireless aircard, network cables
sierra wireless aircard, network cables, managed switch: Hello, If its the Sierra Wireless AirCard 875U USB modem, then it can be attached to the laptop via a USB and all the other PC s in the house to connect to this laptop as the source for internet. For this, if all the other computers are Wi-fi enalbed,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: air card, air cards, windows computer
air cards, windows computer, no doubt: Hi Tony, and thanks for your question. What you want to do is theoretically possible, but is almost certainly not allowed. Normally, if you have an internet connection on a Windows computer, you can use a built-in feature called Internet Connection...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Blocking inbound traffic, subnet mask, router interface
subnet mask, router interface, ip subnet: Hello, I sample ACL would be - access-list 10 deny IP any x.x.x.x y.y.y.y where any is the source and x.x.x.x is the IP subnet of your internal network with y.y.y.y as the subnet mask, apply the ACL inbound to the router interface using the command...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connecting to the internet, yield sign, cable modem
yield sign, cable modem, windows problems: Hi Wendi, and thanks for your question. Here are a few things to try: - If you can, try another computer in your internet connection. If it works fine, then there s probably a problem with your computer. If it s having the same issue, then you may...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Copper between houses, cat5 cat6, ground potentials
cat5 cat6, ground potentials, cable route: Hello, A Cat5/Cat6 Ethernet cable has a restriction of 100 meters between two end points. If your distance is less than 100M then its okay to use the Cat5/Cat6 Ethernet cable, just make sure that the cable route is away from any other cables such as electric...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Data Security regarding commercial ISP and VPN, commercial isp, return traffic
commercial isp, return traffic, gateway provider: Hello Jack, and thanks for your question. The way VPN works is that once you establish a VPN connection, all data passing back and forth between your computer and the destination server is encrypted end-to-end. This means that even the data going across...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DSL MODEM SETUP, dsl service provider, lan ports
dsl service provider, lan ports, modem model: Hi Veda, Please refer to the SmartAX MT841 manual located here: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=1&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.huawei.com%2Fproducts%2Fterminal%2Fpdf%2Fview.do%3Ff%3D351%26ctype%3D0&ei=7_D1SfSoNJG-MpiE_bsP&usg=AFQjCNHilu3hJBGlypLy4C7fusoEamYyGw...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: dell 6224P switch, computer phones, auto sense
computer phones, auto sense, vlans: Ahmed, You nee to create two VLANs one for Voice and another for data. Switch auto-sense whether it has a Ip Phone connected or a desktop connected. Check the manual to create a voice vlan, in which you need to have app Ip phones. On the phone you should...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: doubts in client request, packet sniffers, homework type
packet sniffers, homework type, web page code: Hi Vivek, Normally we at Experts.com do not answer homework type questions, however since you have been polite I will give you a few good sources to read and some pointers. First off, read the following article: http://computer.howstuffworks.com/web-server.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: doubts in client request, destination ip address, tcp ip stack
destination ip address, tcp ip stack, routers and switches: Vivek, Sorry for the delayed reply. The request is created by the TCP/IP stack which is part of the Operating System. When you click the link request is sent to the server and the mode is decided by your OS and server OS. that s why sometime download linkstake...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: error 126- error 711- error 1068, remote access connection, remote access connection manager service
remote access connection, remote access connection manager service, invalid ip address: Hamad, All the issues you have sighted are due to hardware to driver mismatches or when some services are not running. Please see that terminal service is running. (start - run and run services.msc and look for terminal service) Check for telephony service...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Gateway vs router mode, dynamic routing, question thanks
dynamic routing, question thanks, thanks for your time: Hello Nathen, I had a look at the manual for the router from their website, what I think is the setting for mode of the router to router or gateway is concerned only in the dynamic routing setting for the router. This means that if you enable dynamic...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP address is differnt, which i can used, nat network address translation, network address translation
nat network address translation, network address translation, best regard: Hi Khurram, and thank you for your question. If your computer is directly connected to the internet without a router, then the IP address should be the same. However, most people are using a router or a Cable Modem or DSL Modem that has router functions...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP address is differnt, which i can used, best regard, whatismyip
best regard, whatismyip, ip addres: Hello, The 3G service provider will be allocating a private IP address to connect to its network. Then when sending traffic to the Internet, this private IP is Natted to a public IP address from the ISP block. So this public IP address is what you see...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router, linksys wireless g, professional service pack
linksys wireless g, professional service pack, broadband internet connection: If you are using a router, then your broadband modem should be connected to the router s WAN port and your PCs to the router s LAN port. If that s not the configurarion you have, then that could be the cause of your problems. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: l3vpn, domain option, properties menu
domain option, properties menu, computer properties: Hello, All the WS s can be joined to the domain using the Join Domain option from the My Computer properties menu. The ISA too needs to be a part of the domain, with 2 NIC s one connecting to the Gateway going out to the Internet. It will be a good...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Online program "help" re-directed to Verizon sign-in, dell machine, software problem
dell machine, software problem, registry keys: Jerry, Seems that when you had verizon install their software they modified the registry so that all help goes to their website in order they have more hits which cangenerate reveue for them and now they are reluctant to change it. Crude methd is to run regedit...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pls reply, wireless access points, broadband internet connection
wireless access points, broadband internet connection, wireless coverage: Hello, You will need a broadband Internet connection with sufficient bandwidth, it should terminate on a router, which the ISP may provide. You will need Autonomous Wireless Access Points which will have to be situated across the area where you need the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: RE: network, client server network, setup a wireless network
client server network, setup a wireless network, wireless router: Hello, If your wireless signal is not strong enough to reach upstairs, you can go for another router which will be placed upstairs, and the two routers can be connected using Ethernet cable, the distance between the two routers has to be less then 100M...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router access, wireless ssid, encryption mechanisms
wireless ssid, encryption mechanisms, computer network security: Hello, If you are sure that there is just one wireless network configured on your router, then do not worry about the other networks showing up when you scan your surroundings, they will be from some other routers. Also, the router admin password will...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: router access, usb adaptors, ssid
usb adaptors, ssid, wireless networks: Did you replace your router with the Linksys and shut down the olde one? Windows will maintain a list of connections that you have used, even if the SSID can no longer be found. But if the list is saying its available, then the router is still powered up....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Cannot get router connected, linksys wireless g broadband router, factory default settings
linksys wireless g broadband router, factory default settings, linksys wrt54g: Hi Gerald, and thanks for your question. Sorry to hear you re having such a hard time! Then first thing to do is to make sure that the router is the problem. Try connecting your DSL or Cable Modem directly to your computer, bypassing the router. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Server login, ms tutorial, server login
ms tutorial, server login, info thanks: Hi Steve, File sharing security in workgroups is a bit more tricky than in a domain. I don t like to reinvent the wheel so here is an MS tutorial on this very task. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301281 If you need more information or it still doesn...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: subnet mask, mask address, local area network
mask address, local area network, subnet mask: Hi Olalekan, and thanks for your question. The subnet mask actually defines what subnetwork that an IP address is located in. For example: 192.168.1.100/24 This sample IP address has a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 (the first 24 bits of the mask...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: subnetting, subnet masks, seperate network
subnet masks, seperate network, college assignment: Hello, First you need to find out the total number of host addresses required, which will be 12 subnets x 60 hosts per subnet, so the total is 720 hosts. Now you can subnet the IP block given to you to create 12 subnets with 60 hosts in each - The...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VLAN, secure design, private link
secure design, private link, natu: Hello, If the Vsat link is a private link and on top of that you are tunneling it through VPN, then its a very secure design. The other network which will access the Internet needs to be separated from this private subnet using subnets. Regards, Tejas...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WAN link resilience, link failure, backup link
link failure, backup link, wan link: Hello, You can configure the 3560 s for IP routing and then configure policy based routing to have alternate route to the destination, for each subnet. Another option can be to have to 2 static routes on each 3560 for each subnet, one with a higher admin...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Connectivity, wireless connectivity, second person
wireless connectivity, second person, suspicion: Do you get any messages when the second person tries to get on? My first suspicion is that you both have hardcoded IP addresses that are the same. Make sure you have one or both systems set to automatically obtain an IP. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless connection issue, dns server address, isp tech
dns server address, isp tech, dell laptop: Hi Braulio, and thanks for your question. The error message you received in Internet Explorer seems very revealing to me. It sounds like you make not have the correct DNS server configured in your router. It s likely that some of your programs, like Skype,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wan connectivity?, series router, wan connectivity
series router, wan connectivity, wan link: Hello, A 2MB WAN link can be terminated on the serial port of the 1700 series router, the serial can support upto 2048 MBps links. Visit the following link to see how to configure the port for the WAN link - http://www.joshgentry.com/cisco/cisco.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wireless connection, dell laptops, intel adapter
dell laptops, intel adapter, new dell: Landon, Since you have tried all the options you might want to see whether you face same problem when you use a wired connection i.e. connect your Dell over ethernet NIC instead of wireless. Another point o note is the place where you sit and use your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: XP and Admin password, ultimate boot cd, cd iso
ultimate boot cd, cd iso, i don t care: Hi Paul, Believe me, I ve had my share of goofy mistakes as well so you re not alone. :) Anyways, Here is my quick solution. 1) Go to the link below and download the Ultimate Boot CD ISO: Main Page: http://www.ubcd4win.com/ Downloads Page: http://www.ubcd4win.com/downloads.htm...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: XP and Admin password, i don t care, computer name
i don t care, computer name, admin password: Paul, there are two things that you can try. 1. When you boot a system, you get an option of loading it to last know good configuration . Try that. 2. If in any case you have to re-install.. try repairing so that data is not lost. 3. If you remeber the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2wireless lan cards connectivity no router, pc networking, lan cards
pc networking, lan cards, wireless router: Hello, You will have to configure the wireless card to connect to ad-hoc wireless network, and not infrastructure, which is the default configuration. This way you can connect to the other PC using the wireless adapter. You will also have to configure IP...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: 2wireless lan cards connectivity no router, internet connection sharing, pc networking
internet connection sharing, pc networking, lan cards: Hi, and thanks for your question. Yes, you should be able to share an internet connection. TO do this, you would have to have an internet connection on one of your computers, and then on that computer you would run Internet Connection Sharing. Here is...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ARP, address resolution protocol, gratuitous arp
address resolution protocol, gratuitous arp, arp request: Hi Sofia, and thanks for your question. Taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Address_Resolution_Protocol#ARP_Announcements An ARP announcement (also known as Gratuitous ARP) is a packet containing a valid Sender HA and SPA for the host which sent...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: adding wireless network to server, dell computers, dell powerconnect
dell computers, dell powerconnect, dell server: Hi Sharon, Yes it is possible to add a wireless network to your setup for your patients to have basic Internet access and its quite simple however you will need a technician to set it up if you don t know anything about this and unfortunately it s not something...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: cat 5e capabilities, voice cable, patch panel
voice cable, patch panel, cat 5e: Hi Chris, and thanks for your questions. Cat 5e (or Cat 5, Cat 6) is a classification for computer data cable. Cat stands for Category and the higher the number, the more data (higher speed) the cable can handle. Here is a detailed article on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: no connection, realtek pci, network cables
realtek pci, network cables, speed dsl: Hi Gabe, I m sorry but I am a bit confused by your description of the problem. In the first sentence you said that you have a wireless ISP with no router but using a network adapter with a CAT5 cable. But the problem is happening when you are connected...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: no connection, network card drivers, realtek pci
network card drivers, realtek pci, automatic uninstall: Hi again Gabe, Just important to separate anti-virus from firewall. Windows XP has a built in firewall as well. Personally I turn off ALL firewalls, whether Windows XP s, etc... The best security is a hardware firewall, that means a router. A cheap $40...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: no connection, realtek pci, network cables
realtek pci, network cables, exact problem: Hello, I am slightly confused here, you mentioned that you are connecting to the Internet through a wireless ISP, then there should be no need for the wired Ethernet card to be used. Can you please clarify a bit more on as to whats the exact problem?...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DHCP Servers, dhcp scope, dhcp servers
dhcp scope, dhcp servers, dhcp server: If you assign fixed IPs from the DHCP pool, Jessica, you will get IP conflict messgaes flashing at both the PCs and communication will not happen. Those two machines willbe virtually out of thenetwork ven after getting the IP address. Hope this clarifies....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Expanding network, wireless access point, wireless laptops
wireless access point, wireless laptops, lan connections: Hi again Austin, You are exactly correct. You can connect a switch (sometimes called a hub) to one of the wired ports on your router to give you more ports. You can get a new 8-port switch for less than $30 new on Amazon, and probably even for less on...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: File Server, 3cdeamon, internet connection speed
3cdeamon, internet connection speed, google: Chris..fastest way is indeed FTP or TFTP. LOt of these are very simple and just drag and drop. Like 3cdeamon or pumpkin or anyother that you feel ok with. apart from that other way is to use briefcase like service from google or yahoo which gives you lot...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Forum, default gateway ip, gateway ip address
default gateway ip, gateway ip address, static ip: Usman, hi.. You should check the default gateway of the system from where you are pinging those IP addresses. Device at default gateway IP address should either know these IP address or should be knowing how to reach to them. If default gateway is wrong...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home Network Control, remote desktop connection, shared resources
remote desktop connection, shared resources, corporate networks: 1. You can use Remote Desktop Connection to connect to another PC on your network. You can shut down, but unless you have Wake on Lan capabilites (usually only on corporate networks) I don t think you can turn it on. 2. Yes and no. You can specify which...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Speed, linksys wireless b broadband router, cat 5 cables
linksys wireless b broadband router, cat 5 cables, unsecure connection: Paul.. I understand the challange you have on the weekends. I would suggest youto get rid of all configurations in linksys except one needed for connectivity, check and let me know how does it go. Does you wife s laptop has some agents that needs to be...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN cable unplugged, local area network, desk top
local area network, desk top, network cable is unplugged: The problem is not a cable if the laptop is not plugged in. You need to make sure the printer is still listed as shared and that File And Print sharing is enabled on both machines. If that doesn t help, delete the Wireles connection, reboot and then recreate...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: lan help, core switches, collapsed core
core switches, collapsed core, internet routers: Hello, For a two site network design, the first thing you need to decide is whether to have provide a Head Office - Branch Office scenario or two separate offices. If the first option is selected, then the core services can be left at the Head Office site...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Modem and TV/Computer conntections, wireless lan adapter, using your internet connection
wireless lan adapter, using your internet connection, administrative password: Hi John, and thanks for your question. You are exactly correct. The best and easiest thing to do to share your internet connection is to buy and install a router. It really is about as simple as you say - just follow the instructions that comes with your...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Can't see Local Area Connection, network adapter drivers, tiny pair
network adapter drivers, tiny pair, properties button: Hi Joshua, and thanks for your question. It s very unusual not to see a Local Area Connection under Network Connections. Here are a couple of things to check: - Make sure you have downloaded the latest drivers for your network adapter. If it s a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN drops connection using Linksys WRT54G2 ver. 1, hp latop, broadband router
hp latop, broadband router, routers configuration: hi Susan, Sorry for a delayed reply. It looks that there is some misconfiguration or mis-match happening in the configuration. I would suggest you to reset your routers configuration to factory settings. Make sure that all machines are on 802.11G only. If...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN Tunnel, tracert command, vpn setup
tracert command, vpn setup, vpn connection: Hi Vernon, Are you talking about a link like Verizon FIOS with a speed of 30 download and 5 upload? If that is the case, there should not be a problem sharing regular files. However what is it you are sharing? Are these heavy graphic files? You see it...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless Print Server, wireless print server, tcp ip port
wireless print server, tcp ip port, hp photosmart d5160: You don t need a print server if you want to keep your PC on all the time. You can leave it attached to your PC and shared as a network resource. Your wife can then add it as a local printer but choosing a TCP/IP port rather than LPT1. Then specifiyng the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: what works best for small wan starting from scratch., internet vpn, optimum plan
internet vpn, optimum plan, starting from scratch: Mary.. I would suggest you to look for internet VPN on DSL/ADSL through your service provider. They will give you modem for connectivity and a certain usage plan. Talk to them and work out an optimum plan for your self for upload/download. Later if you feel...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: XP Folder/File Share for Everyone, oxygen users, joe susan
oxygen users, joe susan, server example: Hi Randy, First off, all your computers need to be in the same workgroup or the same domain to share files between them. Second, if you are using the Workgroup method, you must create an account for each user on the server. **********Example**********...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: connecting laptop and cpu, windows os, laptop
windows os, laptop: Vista IS a Windows OS, so which version of Windows does the desktop have? There are a number of ways to run programs that are on your desktop using the laptop. Are they connected in a network? That would be the best option. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: no connection to internet, boot in safe mode, authentication error
boot in safe mode, authentication error, wan miniport: Hi Scott, Error 815 is an authentication error to the server. It means that your ISP server is not responding. I suggest that you boot in Safe Mode with Networking and check if the issue is cause by any third party programs. 1. Reboot the computer. ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: DHCP in home network, linksys router settings, router modem
linksys router settings, router modem, dhcp server: How many IP have you asked from the service provider, Bill?. The router is supposed to provide IP to you 3 PCs locally and service provifer is supposed to assign one from DHCP to your router/modem. Th einternal looking interface should have the IP from same...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ethernet adapter, motorola modem, ethernet cables
motorola modem, ethernet cables, internet connectivity: Hello, You can check the Ethernet adapter from the device manager and confirm whether its present and is working properly. Another test might be to connect some other device to the LAN port and make sure its detected. If so, then probably the Ethernet port...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Why loopback for bgp?, topology, sessions
General Networking/Lan/Wan: Why loopback for bgp?, topology, sessions, interface

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WiFi to ethernet, travelbridge, wifi
General Networking/Lan/Wan: WiFi to ethernet, travelbridge, wifi, bridge

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Home network problem with XP, tiny fraction, wireless adapter
tiny fraction, wireless adapter, message error: Make sure the laptop is in the same workgroup. Mkae sure it has the same user accounts as on the desktop. If that doesn t solve the problem, try removing the wireless adapter completely. Rebbot and let the adapter be reinstalled. Hope this helps Scott...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Issue: Server Jumpy, comcast cable modem, dell inspiron 6400
comcast cable modem, dell inspiron 6400, wireless router: I m assuming here that you have a Comcast cable modem attached to a wireless router. So its not a server issue, its a connection issue. And I think the problem is your router. If the connection fluctuates like that whether you are using a wireless or wired...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Internet Not working ok, wireless access points, dell inspiron 6400
wireless access points, dell inspiron 6400, wireless routers: Hi Jacqueline, and thanks for your question. You say you live in an apartment, and that may be the problem. It sounds to me like you may be experiencing wireless interference. This is a common problem in cities where there may be a large number of wireless...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: IP v6.0, ip v6, ipv4
ip v6, ipv4, ipv6: There are quite a few Sofia but main one are: 1. there is no security breakup like NAT in IPv4 2. You can assign IP address to almost every device on earth. 3. IPv4 are depleting fast that there won;t be any available shortly. hope this helps -sudhansh...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: why ip route x.x.x.x x.x.x.x Null 0, null interface, static route
null interface, static route, default routes: Hello, The Null interface is typically used for preventing routing loops. Whenever a routing protocol summarizes, this means that the router might receive traffic for any IP address within that summary. Because not all IP addresses are always in use, there...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN error, toshiba lap top, lan connection
toshiba lap top, lan connection, computer connection: Opicity.. i think that the issue is with default gateway in your system. please check if you can see your friends pc or not. You can ping the ip address of you friends PC. if yes than it should be sharing issue between you and your friend. If you are not...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: LAN error, toshiba lap top, default gateway ip
toshiba lap top, default gateway ip, gateway ip address: Hello, Can you make sure the TCP/IP setting on the laptop are correct? Because when two active connections are configured on a device, and both have different network addresses, this can often result in misconfiguration which make one of the networks unreachable....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Why loopback for bgp?, physical interface, natu
physical interface, natu, detailed explanation: Hello, As you said, the loopback is used primarily because it is always active, as it is configured on the device itself and not attached to any interface. A detailed explanation, with an example, of why this is done can be found at the following link...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: making a large community network, open source project, antenae
open source project, antenae, free internet access: Ryan, Idea that you have is indeed great. CLosest to what you are thinking is a wireless mesh network. You can achieve it also if you have like minded people. Only hurdle that I see is on content and security. If you can take care of that it will not be a...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: OSI, layer osi model, osi layers
layer osi model, osi layers, seven layer osi model: Hello, Please visit the following links for more info on OSI layers and their functions - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OSI_model http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/OSI_Layers.asp http://computer.howstuffworks.com/osi1.htm Regards, Tejas Nat...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Pairing wireless router to modem, netgear wireless router, netgear router
netgear wireless router, netgear router, broadband modem: Try plugging in a PC direct to modem. If the PC works, then you know the modem works. Next try connecting a PC to a LAN port on the router. If that works, then the router is OK. So the problem may be your wireless configuration. Hope this helps Scott ...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: partition of speed, sharing internet connection, question thanks
sharing internet connection, question thanks, service qos: Majjy, Sorry for a delayed reply. You need to divide the traffic somehow and than apply QOS. You can divide the traffic based upon your IP address or application. Than you can apply qos to that you can get predefined bandwidth. Please let me know which router...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: ping time out, edge router, chameli
edge router, chameli, strange nature: Saroj... You need to check what is going on on your switch and at the same time the processes running on the routers. Looks like router/switch get too busy in between that they do not respond and justdrop the packets. Try to debug and get a clue with the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Router Reconfiguration, t dsl modem, factory default settings
t dsl modem, factory default settings, exact model number: Hi Mitch and thanks for your question. It may be as simple as resetting the router. Try powering it off, wait 30 seconds, then back on and see if that does it. If not, then you should reset the router to factory default settings. The reset procedure...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Static IP, static ip, tcp ip
static ip, tcp ip, default gateway: Krishna, you need to go to properties of LAN connection (ethernet) of the server or PC that youwant to change or configure IP address and assign the same along with Subnet maask and default gateway. You can go to properties either via control panel -- network...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to setup a wireless network, setup a wireless network, wireless router
setup a wireless network, wireless router, network question: The definition of a network is 2 or more computing devices connected to share resources. Resources are defined as storage, printing, external connections etc. So yes, once networked, you will be able to connect to shared folders on other PCs. You will NOT...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: How to setup a wireless network, networking setup, setup a wireless network
networking setup, setup a wireless network, setting up a home network: Let me know, voo, if the links given below does not help you out. http://compnetworking.about.com/od/homenetworking/Home_Networking_Setting_Up_a_Home_Network.htm http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/wireless.mspx http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/wirelesssetup.mspx...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: VPN on cisco routers, linsys, informational exchange
linsys, informational exchange, exchange message: jason.... see if the certificates are fine or not. Also config looks fine. Try rebooting the routers once afer saving the configuration and let me know. you can also try doing the config afresh with everyting open - wan/internet requests and opening the...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wan set up, anc, connectivity
anc, connectivity, service provider: HI John, Sorry for a delayed reply. I hope iy helps you still :). It really depends on how far your stores are so that they can be connected. Being on same network might be difficult unless they are very near to each other i.e. in same building or in same...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIFI Router Settings, dsl modem router, neighbours network
dsl modem router, neighbours network, router settings: Haseeb, It looks only IP addressing issue that is bothering you. Can you send me details for the same. (IP details of one of the PCs, IP detail of your machine, IP detail of router and dsl modem). Once I get the details I can let you know what exactly needs...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIFI Router Settings, dsl modem router, router settings
dsl modem router, router settings, router internet: Hello, Following static routes can be added - On your router: 192.168.1.x 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.N where N is the last bit of the actual IP address of the interface on the main DSL router, to which your router is connected. On the main DSL...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIFI Router Settings, router settings, modem router
router settings, modem router, network segment: I m not sure if how the router is connected would affect that. Try to see if you can set those restrictions without it being connected. If you can t, I think the issue is that the you would have to use the DHCP server of your router to assign IPs. If that...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WIFI Router Settings, dhcp range, dhcp server
dhcp range, dhcp server, modem router: Ahh then the DSL modem is not just a modem. It has a built in router. I would change the default IP of your router to an IP within the scope of his router s (the DSL modem/router) DHCP server. Then disable your router s DHCP server. Let PCs on your LAN and...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: WiFi to ethernet, wireless access point, networking manufacturers
wireless access point, networking manufacturers, wireless bridge: Hi Nick, and thanks for your question. Yes, what you want is available and is actually pretty common. It s called a Wireless Bridge: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireless_bridge Here are a couple of other articles: http://www.wi-fiplanet.com/tutorials/article.php/1563991...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Wireless-G Broadband Router And Paltalk, proxy server address, router interface
proxy server address, router interface, broadband router: Mustafa, hi your paltalk subscription looks for a public IP which can not be prvided if you are behind a router. See if you have an option of configuring proxy server on your messenger. IP address of your router interface should be the proxy server address....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: wan, web filtering software, internet traffic
web filtering software, internet traffic, natu: Hello, You can do this with the help of a proxy server installed on the server such as ISA. Also can be done by using a web filtering software, which will inspect all Internet traffic for the LAN , once its installed and configured properly on the server....

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Accessing internal Web Server, internal web server, forward lookup zone
internal web server, forward lookup zone, internal ip address: Hello, That won t be the case, you can have a www record for the server pointing to the internal IP address on the internal DNS server. Any request to that URL using www will be resolved using the created A record zone file. As for the request to www.google.com,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Accessing web server internally, microsoft dns server, internal web server
microsoft dns server, internal web server, client workstations: Hi Ritchie, www stands for World Wide Web . You wouldn t want to point www to an internal address as every time one of your clients types in say: www.google.com, they will be directed to your internal web server. You will have to educate your users...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: CONNECTING NETBOOK TO INTERNET THROUGH LAN, netbook, switch lan
netbook, switch lan, dhcp server: Hello, You can connect the netbook to the switch LAN port, to which your PC is connected, and provided that a DHCP server is setup, your netbook should get an IP address and you will be connected to the LAN, and can browse the Internet too. Regards,...

General Networking/Lan/Wan: Connection 2 access points, category html, long ranges
category html, long ranges, networking solutions: Hello, This is possible if the access points have the capability to connect using something called as mesh wireless networking. Using that the 2 access points can extend the range of the wireless networks configured, and thus support more clients for long...