I have an odd situation. I have a Hyper-V Baremetal Windows 2008 x64 (not R2) host with 4 VM's on it. I also have a server next door on the lan that is not a host just Windows2003x86 called ServerS2 ...
I forgot to change the static IP of a network device before moving it from my datacenter network to my home LAN. Since it isn't configured properly for my LAN network, I'm not sure how to access it. ...
I have developed a web application which will be deployed in a LAN environemnt. Clients will be Computers/Android Tablets/IPAD In order for communication between client and local server 1) need to ...
I ask just in case of curiosity and this is just an imaginary network Imagine an internal LAN network without any DHCP server implemented; So to access the network we should use static IP(s); But my ...
We want to have an office server, we already have static IP. But the thing is that we need to have following structure: ISP Modem Router Server Wireless router Also I'v tried ...
On Windows Server 2008 R2, I know how to assign a static IP address to that from lan properties windows. In my current server, I am working with a hosting provider and they provide me 5 IP address ...