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                   You don't have to be an Internet engineer or IT network administrator to use and understand DHCP, but it helps. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) simplifies the management o...
The old drive and try to go to Documents and Settings try to open the folder with my data I get following error message: H:\Documents and Settings\Owner is not accessible. Access is denied..                Ã...
Adding TCP/IP Protocol1.Click on the Add button2.Click on Protocol3.Click on Microsoft4.Click on TCP/IP5.Highlight NetBEUI - Click on Remove6.If you are not using Netware, highlight IPX/SPX - Click on Remove7.Click on OK and reboot if necessary8.Your Netw...
                If you're planning to implement a network access control system to ensure that only authorised users with fully patched and virus-protected hardware can access corporate resources, then yo...
Peer-to-peer Architecture Often referred to simply as peer-to-peer, or abbreviated P2P, peer-to-peer architecture is a type of network in which each workstation has equivalent capabilities and responsibilities. This differs from client/server architecture...
CAT-5e cable is not rated for outdoor use, however it can generally be used without a problem. If possible, run the cable through some kind of conduit to prevent moisture or an attractive site for lightning to strike. You should be able to find gray PVC c...
Users who have multiple computers in their home or work environment may wish to share a printer with the other computers to help save on cost and for convenience. Below are some of the ways you can share a printer on a network for different types of setup...
"How do I change my IP address?" and "Can I change my IP address?" are probably the most commonly asked questions.  Before trying any other methods to change your IP address, try turning off (or unplugging the power of) your Cable/...
Few of us are fortunate enough to have homes wired for Ethernet, but unless you happen to live in an igloo or a thatch hut, you do have AC power wiring. With the right equipment, you can use those wires to transmit data along with electricity. Using AC wi...
A lot of you are new to home networking and this whole TCP/IP thing has a bunch of you in the dumps. Don't feel alone! It doesn't seem that long ago when I didn't know an IP address from a MAC address. It doesn't have to be difficult to set up a home netw...
As you may be aware, some PC manufacturers lock their modems so they only dial certain ISPs. This of course is fine if you want to connect to their choice of ISP. If not, this is how to unlock the modem:Download the new HSF driver here Unzip the d...
The Information Technology Policy Office (ITPO) and the IT Security Office (ITSO) can disable any Indiana University user's access to the IU network for security reasons or policy violations, such as failure to prevent or clean up after a virus infection ...
As per our conversation you are currently using ip range from 192.168.100.66 . Please use ip range 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.10 and check how your local area and internet working, it may solve you problem if not please reply us.  
Troubleshooting Tips Connect with ActiveSync to your desktop using your serial or USB connection. You can not sync with a desktop that you have never connected to. Install VxUtil from www.cam.com using your serial or USB connection.  It installs common...
Networking- Wired/WirelessNote this may pertain to all brands of wireless network adapters: We have found when using XP with any wireless network adapter the adapter may loose power at times or may not have power after boot up. To fix this problem, 1. Rig...
Should I go wireless or wired on my network? If you are in near proximity to your router or modem, then you should go with a wired network. While there may be no real speed advantage, there are security risks when going with a wireless network setup.Do I ...
Peer-to-peer Internet file-sharing programs (for example, BitTorrent clients such as uTorrent, Gnutella network clients such as Shareaza, and ED2k clients such as eMule) often slow a network connection or cause network problems, such as error messages or ...
 Range of TCP/IP classes are as follows : 1. Class A = 1 to 126 2. Class B = 128 to 191 3. Class C = 192 to 223 4. Class D = 224 to 239 (Multicasting) 5. Class E = 240 to 255 (Research)
The only way to register and start using a domain name is to use the services of a domain name registrar. The domain name industry is regulated and overseen by ICANN, the organization that is responsible for certifying companies as domain name registrars....
The information listed here is to assist Network Administrators in the color coding of Ethernet cables. Please be aware that modifying Ethernet cables improperly may cause loss of network connectivity. Use this information at your own risk, and insure all...
Tiered Storage: An underlying principle of ILM (information lifecycle managment), tiered storage is a networked storage method where data is stored on various types of media, based on performance, availability and recovery requirements. For example, data ...
Some technicians have a tendency to use the terms routers, hubs and switches interchangeably. One minute they're talking about a switch. Two minutes later they're discussing router settings. Throughout all of this, though, they're still looking at only th...
When using a wireless access pointor router it is important to remember that if you can send information from one device and receive it at another, anyone else within range might also be able to receive it. When protecting data send via wireless, secur...
                Due in large part to alleged NAT support on consumer devices, many people are confused about what NAT really is. NAT, or Network Address Translation is used for many purposes, including but c...
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a robust link-state interior gateway protocol (IGP). People use OSPF when they discover that Routing Information Protocol (RIP) just isn’t going to work for their larger network, or when they need very fast conver...
To understand something in the networking world, you have to understand the problem it's trying to solve. Memorizing the configuration options for a certain routing protocol won't help you until you understand what it's really doing. This article is desig...
Over the last couple of years, Web services have expanded to become more popular with application developers — and for good reason. Web services technology represents an important way for businesses to communicate with each other and with clients a...
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For Solid UTP: Fast Ethernet 100baseT 100 Meters (328 feet) Twisted Pair Ethernet 10baseT 100 Meters (328 feet) Recommended maximum lengths for Patch Cables made from stranded cable: Fast Ethernet 100baseT 10 Meters (33 feet) Twisted Pair Ethernet 10b...
With Netsh.exe you can easily view your TCP/IP settings. Type the following command in a Command Prompt window (CMD.EXE):netsh interface ip show configWith Netsh.exe, you can easily configure your computer's IP address and other TCP/IP related settings. F...
A cross-over cable is a segment of cable that crosses over pins 1&2 and 3&6. This cable is normally used to connect two PCs without the use of a hub, or can be used to cascade two hubs without using an uplink port. Some DSL modems require a crosso...
What Is a Temporary Internet File?A temporary Internet file is a file that is located on your hard drive that a browser uses to store Web site data for every Web page or URL address that you visit. When the Web server send...
Bluebugging allows skilled individuals to access the mobile phone commands using Bluetooth wireless technology without notifying or alerting the phone’s user. This vulnerability allows the hacker to initiate phone calls, send and read SMS, re...
EMI stands for Electro-Magnetic Interference. It is potentially harmful to your communications system because it can lead to signal loss and degrade the overall performance of high-speed, CAT-5e cabling. EMI is interference in signal transmission or recep...
Developed by the HomeRF Working Group, SWAP is a specification for wireless voice and data networking in the home. SWAP works together with the PSTN network and the Internet through existing cordless telephone and wireless LAN technologies. It su...
10BASE-T is the IEEE standard that defines the requirement for sending information at 10 Mbps on unshielded twisted-pair cabling, and defines various aspects of running Ethernet on this cabling. 100BASE-T is the IEEE standard that defines the requirement ...
The Simple Answer: CAT-5 is rated to 100M CAT-5e is rated to 350M CAT-6 and CAT6e is rated to 550M or 1000M depending on your source CAT-7 is supposedly rated to 700M or presumably 1000M Today there is no approved CAT-6 or CAT-7. While some folks are...
T568A and T568B are the 2 wiring patterns for 8 position RJ45 modular plug, both permitted under the TIA/EIA 568A wiring standards document. The only difference between the two pattern is that the pairs 2 (orange) and 3 (green) are interchanged.
UTP stands for Unshielded Twisted Pair. It is a cable type with pairs of twisted insulated copper conductors contained in a single sheath. UTP cables are the most common type of cabling used in desktop communications applications. Stranded cable has sever...
Acronym for Voice over Wireless FidelityVoWiFi is a Wi-Fi based VoIP service. Where VoIP consists of the hardware and software.html that enables people to use the Internet as the transmission medium for telephone calls, VoWiFi is the wir...
Short for Web clipping application, an application that allows users to extract static information from a Web server and load the data onto a Web-enabled PDA. The display screens of PDAs are too small to adequately display Web pages the same way the...
Short for wide-band CDMA (Code-Division Multiple Access), a 3G technology that increases data transmission rates in GSM systems by using the CDMA air interface instead of TDMA. WCDMA is based on CDMA and is the technology used in UMTS. WCDMA was ado...
Short for WAP Datagram Protocol, a network-layer protocol for delivering datagram over a wireless IP address. Modeled after UDP, WDP provides a common interface to the upper layers of the protocol stack so that they can function independent...
Short for Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance, the former name of the Wi-Fi Alliance.An organization made up of leading wireless equipment and software providers with the missions of certifying all 802.11-based products for interoperability and...
This term was created by the Wi-Fi-Alliance to refer to wireless LAN products based on the IEEE 802.11a specification that operates in the 5GHz radio frequency band. However, the use of the term has been officially discontinued to avo...
Abbreviated WASP a wireless ASP provides the same service of a regular ASP but to wireless clients. WASPs are typically used in enterprises to connect a mobile workforce to company data, including e-mail, Internet access, CRM ERP and company financials...
A modem that accesses a private wireless data network or a wireless telephone system, such as the CDPD system.
Acronym for wireless local-area network. Also referred to as WLAN A type of local-area network that uses high-frequency radio waves rather than wires to communicate between nodes.
Using a public network, usually the Internet, to connect securely to a private network, such as a company's network is the basis of a VPN or virtual private network.  Companies and organizations will use a VPN to communicate confidentially over a publi...
Choices, Choices: What's the Top Net Operating System?It's an eternal debate: Which operating system is the very best ... the one for which we'd forsake all others? We'll begin by examining how effectively a network or systems administrator can operate...
Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) enables a Windows computer to share its Internet connection with computers on local area networks. It's been around since Windows 98 SE, and with the launch of Windows XP, it's only gotten better. Windows XP ICS has some ...
* A Fix to stop XP Pro (May work on XP Home also) from asking for a password when clicking on a shared drive or folder. * Can share, but can't access network drives or folders. * Need password to access network drives or folders. Please note that if you ...