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  1. Question: DNS update cache

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    I've actually removed the secondary dns server...

    I've actually removed the secondary dns server but when I try to re add using the wizard within the dns snap in, just after it asks me to specify the ip of the excisiting DNS server, I receive an...
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    Hi Scot, I've manually configured each network...

    Hi Scot,

    I've manually configured each network connection

    a = 192.168.0.1
    b = 192.168.0.2
    c = 192.168.0.3

    subnet 255.255.255.0 for all.
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    Windows XP Workgroup + XP Firewall

    My friend is trying to set up a small office network of 3 computers all running windows xp home. It's a very simple set up of a hub connecting the three computers A, B & C

    He's asked me to help...
  4. Question: DNS update cache

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    Sounds sensible. I will look - I haven't had time...

    Sounds sensible. I will look - I haven't had time to chase this up recently so I'll fire it up this evening.
  5. Question: DNS update cache

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    Ah right - Windows 2000 - I orginaly posted the...

    Ah right - Windows 2000 - I orginaly posted the topic in another web site which was a windows 2000 forum.
  6. Question: DNS update cache

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    Well my name servers are my two dns servers ...

    Well my name servers are my two dns servers :confused:
  7. Question: DNS update cache

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    DNS update cache

    Hi

    I have a small test lab set up for my network which is made up by a couple of servers and desktops.

    I used to use the private IP address range of 192 etc but because my broandband router...
  8. I'm not sure what all your terms mean (VoIP and...

    I'm not sure what all your terms mean (VoIP and Vlan?) and I'm not entirley clear about what you are trying to achieve but I do know that when I set up one of my computers with two network cards I...
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