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  1. I hate to assume... do you mean what type of...

    I hate to assume... do you mean what type of Anti-Virus does my company use? If so we use McAfee as the primary AV for the Windows environment. We also have email gateways that also filter and...
  2. You're welcome... We too at one point were...

    You're welcome... We too at one point were speaking in terms of "COULD do" as well. Before we knew it deploying any application is now assumed to be virtual unless there is a compelling reason to go...
  3. Rick, We run a VMware ESX environment and are...

    Rick,

    We run a VMware ESX environment and are continually migrating physical to virtual as time goes on. More of the apps are starting to live in the virtualized environment. We have come across...
  4. I'm not a C developer (well I haven't programmed...

    I'm not a C developer (well I haven't programmed in C in ages) but since you posted this to the networking section perhaps an analogy from network switches/routers can help you figure it out.

    On a...
  5. I'm not sure if you mean for one specific site or...

    I'm not sure if you mean for one specific site or for all sites. But I'll make an assumption that you are not being prompted to save passwords for any sites.

    To correct that you need to click...
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    You're welcome. Good luck and let us know what...

    You're welcome. Good luck and let us know what the results are (for the next person to run into this).
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    This is getting stranger and stranger. So I...

    This is getting stranger and stranger. So I started googling and turns out you're part of a huge crowd with the Same problem. One day it works and the next day it doesn't. Downgraded to XP and now...
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    sucosam... I gave you the wrong link... I've...

    sucosam... I gave you the wrong link... I've updated the post with the correct link which should be this: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp36501-37000/sp36684.exe (I was thinking Vista but you did say...
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    No worries... after we eliminate all...

    No worries... after we eliminate all possibilities whatever is left must be the truth :)

    So can you double check that you loaded this patch:
    ...
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    The orange light means that wireless is turned...

    The orange light means that wireless is turned off or it could mean that you don't have a wireless card installed. Since you can't see any "Unknown" devices in Device Manager and no clue to any...
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    Do you have the exact Model Number for the...

    Do you have the exact Model Number for the laptop? There are several dozen "HP Pavilion Entertainment" laptops that HP makes and depending on when the laptop was release they can be quite different...
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    Glad you found it. That was going to be my next...

    Glad you found it. That was going to be my next suggestion. You might want to call your ISP and have them reset that for the new router or outright remove the MAC address restriction. Your old...
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    OK the next thing to check is to see if your...

    OK the next thing to check is to see if your router is configured as DHCP for the WAN port and not STATIC. Login to the router and under the "Internet WAN" section click on "Connection Type" and...
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    This maybe obvious but just in case, did you...

    This maybe obvious but just in case, did you ensure that you are plugging the Ethernet from your Scientific Atlanta modem to the YELLOW (WAN) Ethernet port on your N150? If so, can you login to your...
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    PoE or non-PoE makes no difference in this case. ...

    PoE or non-PoE makes no difference in this case. PoE means that if the device that you connect into the switch (say a Cisco VoIP phone or a WAP) can receive power over ethernet then it will...
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    It could be simple. HP's have either a touch...

    It could be simple. HP's have either a touch surface to enable wireless or a button. If you have a light indicating wireless and it is orange it means that your wireless is off... it should be...
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    Will this work? BTW: This is in OpenDocument...

    Will this work?

    BTW: This is in OpenDocument format which OpenOffice can read. You can also open it in excel. You only need to tally the count and the spreadsheet will figure out the dollar...
  18. Question: Ping the subnet

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    You can definitely accomplish what you want with...

    You can definitely accomplish what you want with the OS. But you will need to make the changes on every PC in the subnet. Each OS has a different way of doing this but ultimately what you want to...
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    300 Baud

    300 Baud
  20. Question: Ping the subnet

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    This can be done with higher-end switches. Home...

    This can be done with higher-end switches. Home switches generally can't do that. The feature you're looking for is sometimes called "Private VLANs" which in essence prevents all communication...
  21. I have tried it and I have seen amazing results...

    I have tried it and I have seen amazing results as well... if you put your mind to it and set realistic goals for yourself.

    I had several start stop (mostly due to my hectic travel schedule). ...
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    Are you referring to the sign-in field PRIOR to...

    Are you referring to the sign-in field PRIOR to signing in? Is it pre-filled with your username? If that's the case then that is typically remembered by your browser through the "Auto-Complete"...
  23. Question: Two network cards

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    rajesh_avittam, Please supply us with what...

    rajesh_avittam,

    Please supply us with what retsoksirhc asked for "route print" as that will give us the details needed to help you.

    For your configuration you should only have one default...
  24. Question: Router connection

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    You can but your mileage may vary. If you can...

    You can but your mileage may vary. If you can string another cable you're better off. But if you have no other option then you can split the cable and run two connections over a single Cat5 cable. ...
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    Patovjay89, For starters... there is no...

    Patovjay89,

    For starters... there is no substitute for real world experience. I've been in the business (Networking) for many years and I have interviewed candidates with lots of letters behind...
  26. I knew what you meant :) no worries. So a...

    I knew what you meant :) no worries. So a curiosity question... did you want the one machine with internet access to also provide access to the internet to the machine that doesn't?
  27. Excellent. Glad it worked for you.

    Excellent. Glad it worked for you.
  28. "Limited Connectivity" only indicates that you...

    "Limited Connectivity" only indicates that you have local connectivity but not Internet access. That is expected behavior on a direct link like you have. The speed problem might be related to a...
  29. The output you listed indicates that this machine...

    The output you listed indicates that this machine was able to receive a DHCP address from the gateway. So it isn't clear where the problem is at this point. Can you do the following from the device...
  30. Question: Telnet

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    Telnet doesn't allow you to connect to the...

    Telnet doesn't allow you to connect to the domain. It is a program that allows you to establish an interactive session to another host running a telnet daemon. For example, you can telnet from your...
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    Sounds like you're getting a couple of things...

    Sounds like you're getting a couple of things mixed up which might explain why this is confusing. Let's look at your first example where your assumptions were not correct:

    Network:...
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    I'm also not aware of a way to trace the call...

    I'm also not aware of a way to trace the call without involving your phone provider or the authorities.

    But what you can do is block calls from unidentified, unlisted, anonymous, private, etc...
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    On the surface it does seem you loose the PPP...

    On the surface it does seem you loose the PPP connection. You need to find the reason why the PPP connection drops and not just that it did. So you'll need to enable additional debug/logging...
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    That's typically something that gets overlooked...

    That's typically something that gets overlooked but I believe the original poster said that the laptop connects OK for a few minutes and then drops the connection. That is not the behavior of MAC...
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    Use visual stumbler (Vistumbler.net - Home...

    Use visual stumbler (Vistumbler.net - Home) to see which channels are in use. Pick channels from channels 1, 6, or 11 and if all of them are in use then pick the one that has the weakest signal. If...
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    Have you tried the following: - Latest...

    Have you tried the following:

    - Latest wireless driver from Toshiba
    - Uninstalling Toshiba's wireless management solution (configfree?? ) and allow windows to manage the wireless
    - Check power...
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    I know Cisco very well and was going to suggest...

    I know Cisco very well and was going to suggest some specific things to look for. But it doesn't matter so long as you can look for things that would indicate a potential problem. For instance,...
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    What kind of routers are they? Cisco?

    What kind of routers are they? Cisco?
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    Rick, When troubleshooting bandwidth issues it...

    Rick,

    When troubleshooting bandwidth issues it is best to start from the ground up. Looking at the application (looks like Breakthrough) you're not getting the full picture. There is overhead...
  40. Rick, You're right, simply putting the DNS...

    Rick,

    You're right, simply putting the DNS servers inside the firewall isn't enough especially if your rules aren't crafted appropriately. I should have been clearer. You need to block inbound...
  41. Rick, Now that you've found the problem you...

    Rick,

    Now that you've found the problem you might want to change who can reach your Caching DNS servers. This may not be an option but if it is then you should consider it. If you place your...
  42. Thanks Scott. Hopefully this time I'll stick...

    Thanks Scott. Hopefully this time I'll stick around longer before I get snagged by uncle sam again :)

    I'll try your suggestion and see how far I can go.

    Casey
  43. Thanks Scott... so let me see if I understand...

    Thanks Scott... so let me see if I understand this correctly. (again I JUST started to learn access about 3 days ago). Do I create the table above as a join table where I still have an Electronics...
  44. Need help creating a relationship in Access 2010

    Hi all,

    I'm trying to build an access db (I don't know access very well) to keep track of my rechargeable batteries (geeky I know). Here are my tables:

    BatteryType: Just contains the different...
  45. Question: Ssid

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    I think what you're looking for is to not...

    I think what you're looking for is to not broadcast your SSID which is different than disabling it. In terms of security it really only protects against the casual passerby from seeing your SSID if...
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    - 300 Baud modem - 10000 mile fiber link will...

    - 300 Baud modem
    - 10000 mile fiber link will also add a significant latency no matter how fast your end equipment is
    - a very slow PC running as a router could is a slow device which adds latency...
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    In this case the printer is attached to the...

    In this case the printer is attached to the windows box. In the case of your step-children ;) they print directly to a network printer which has a print server included with it. The steps that...
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    Using your numbers as an example, when you borrow...

    Using your numbers as an example, when you borrow 2 bits, you will have a network 10.0.0.0 with a mask of 255.192.0.0. This gives you a range from:

    10.0.0.0 - 10.63.255.255

    The above is...
  49. Question: MB kbps

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    They're not directly related. One is a size...

    They're not directly related. One is a size (1MB) and the other is a rate (kbps).

    1MB = 1 Megabyte (Capital B is Bytes while Lowercase b is bits)
    kbps = Kilobits per second.

    You use ##MB to...
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    I figured it out. It is a simple math trick. ...

    I figured it out. It is a simple math trick.

    No matter which number you start with the answer to the math portion will ALWAYS be one of the following numbers: 81, 72, 63, 54, 45, 36, 27, 18, 9. ...
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