WAN refers to Wide Area Network

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Best practice to share or allow access to trac and svn to wan internet users security?

What is considered best practice for sharing or allowing users from the internet that are not company related to have access to trac and svn? Should it be on a DMZ, should it be internal with some ...
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Which is Better Firewall

I am doing a new WAN/LAN Design and wanted to know what would be a better in terms of value, reliability, support and performance. I need to connect 3 remote office to main HQ and multiple field staff ...
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Where to find information on the IPv4 crunch, why to worry, what to do?

Where do I get information on the IPv4 crunch (what will happen, transition to IPv6, etc.)? What should one do to prepare (if anything)? Ars Technica ran "A decade's worth of IPv4 addresses" and ...
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Multiple static WAN IP addresses to single LAN subnet

Below is my home network topology. I currently have 5 static IP addresses, 3 of which are in use by 3 routers. These routers in-turn subnet internal networks and port forward. I use my SSL VPN ...
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Can I terminate serial link into same router?

Can I terminate my serial link into the same Cisco router? I mean can I terminate both ends of serial (wan) link into the same router's two different serial ports? This is just for testing purposes. ...
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Traffic redirect in Router

I have two routers connected to each other. Both the routers are connected to the WAN using two different ISPs. Router A is used for the day to day browsing in the office while Router B is connected ...
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Is Branch Cache worth considering as a replacement for DFS-R

We have a small stub office that currently has a single server 2003 domain controller, and a DFS-R copy of the file store held at our main office. We probably replicate about 100Gb of data, I would ...
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linux box WAN failsafe configuration

OK, I have linux box with one cable WAN and GPRS modem (or lets say another WAN connection that is normally down). Is there any option to make this second link (GMPR/Ethernet/other) as backup ...
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WAN Link Speed and TCP Window Sizes on Windows 2003 / XP

I currently have a data center connected to two remote locations via MPLS - 2M and 6M respectively. The 2M connection (to Asia from the US) has about 300ms of latency and when transferring between ...
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Calculate vbr-nrt on a ATM interface?

We have a DS3 ATM with a 3Mb (soon to be 6Mb) PVC. How do you calculate the vbr-nrt setting on a Cisco router for this interface? Understanding the VBR-nrt Service Category and Traffic Shaping for ...
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Outlook 2007 slow connecting Hosted Exchange on LAN only

Were migrating to a hosted exchange service from rackspace.com from an in-house exchange server. Outlook 2007 on the LAN where the in-house exchange server is located connecting to the hosted ...
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WAN Design Questions

I've been tasked with redesigning our company's WAN in North America. We have two offices in the U.S., one in NY and one in the midwest. We also have offices in Europe. I won't be touching anything in ...
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VLAN over WAN

Ive never done VLAN before, in our own LAN i create subnets physically by using CISCO ASA 5505. We now have added a new site and Ive been requested to create a VPN connection and 2 or 3 VLANs between ...
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Access tomcat from outside LAN

Hi I'm developing a web app in eclipse and using a tomcat server (6.0) integrated with the IDE. I'm perfectly able to access the webapp from localhost or another computer in the LAN ...
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What is a WAN <PPP/SLIP> Interface?

My colleague recently pinged our DC and instead of replying from it's static IP it replied from it's WAN Interface. I think it has something to do with the VPN connections we allow which we setup ...
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VMware databursts to vCenter

[edit Nov.16th 2009: Thank you for the responses. I'm no longer on this project so the problem is out of my hands. Be sure I will return with other problems :-) ] I have a strange occurence of ...
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Bandwidth sizing for simultaneous RDP sessions

We're doing some DR scenario planning which will require up to 150 users to RDP into their desktop machines (mainly running Windows XP) over our VPN. We have a 2mbit uncontended internet connection at ...
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Large File Copy Tool accross Flaky Connection

I am looking to copy some large files accross a flaky WAN connection. Is there a tool I can use which will auto resume when the network fall over briefly and let me manually resume if I have to fix it ...
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Possible Issue With (what I think is) a Virtual Network

This really isnt my area of expertise...and it may be obvious, but here it is: We have what I guess you could call a virtual network. We have 4 locations in 4 cities connected by broadband internet ...
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Split access on a Windows Server?

Situation: Two ISP's, need to provide failover redundancy. It seems like the prevailing wisdom when it comes to Windows servers is "don't multi-home". And whenever anyone asks how to do it ...
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What are the advantages/disadvantages for using a single strand of fiber for a full-duplex link?

I have seen telcos install one-strand fiber links at full-duplex, but haven't found much documentation about this configuration. What are the bandwidth limitations, troubleshooting complications, ...
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How do I point my browser to a specific NIC on my machine

I am on a local area network that has no external access to the internet. However I have been tasked to find a way to allow certain machines to access the web (HTTP, HTTPS, etc) via a wireless card ...