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Internet connectivity with Domain Controller

We have a Windows 2008 R2 Domain controller and every PC on the network has the IP address of domain controller set under DNS settings. Is it normal to have the Domain controller also be the DNS ...
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Multiple connections issue trying to connect PCs across network [closed]

Trying to connect across network to PC runnign windows vista from laptop running Win 8.1. Am getting 'Multiple connections to a server or shared resource by the same user, using more than one user ...
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How to configure Internet Options > LAN settings > 'Use automatic configuration script' via command-line or script?

I'm installing my software product on servers at various customers and sometimes need to configure LAN settings to get internet access. My software runs as NETWORK SERVICE or LOCAL SYSTEM and makes ...
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3answers
189 views

Connect Server to multiple Networks

I have a server that I'm trying to connect to multiple network ranges (172.x.xx, 10.x.x.x). I'm not really concerned with Domain issues I just want to be able to access my storage / management network ...
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How can you connect to an Azure Point-to-site VPN from the command line

I've setup an Azure virtual network (see here) and then followed this up with a point-to-site VPN for client machines to connect. What i'm wanting to do is launch and then kill the VPN link via the ...
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Ping request fails first request on one subnet/NIC. Other traffic very slow

I have a server with 2 NICs each configured on a separate subnet: NIC1 xxx.xx.151.10, mask 255.255.252.0, gateway xxx.xx.148.1 NIC2 xxx.xx.148.10, mask 255.255.255.0, gateway None, but I tried ...
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Windows Filtering Platform blocking packets for legitimate traffic

I am running into an issue with traffic from a webapp server to a database server being blocked or filtered. I have allowed inbound and outbound traffic on the needed ip and port with a firewall rule, ...
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1answer
643 views

why Switch 2960 does not support “sh env temp status” ?

While i am giving command "#sh env temp status" on switch 2960,it shows Temperature Value :Not Supported Temperature Stauts :Not Supported As i am monitoring Temperature Switches.I have monitored ...
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Some machines in my network can't access a specific website

Something pretty bizarre is happening here. I'm try to access a website from some machines inside my network and I just can't, while other machines access it normally. The website is ...
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0answers
157 views

tcptraceroute for Windows CLI [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: traceroute TCP equivalent for Windows How can I trace the path TCP traffic is taking through my netwok from the CLI of a Windows client? NB. NOT ICMP traffic, TCP ...
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79 views

Standards for evaluation of quality of Internet access services [closed]

On the site of Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center ( http://www.psc.edu/index.php/hpn-ssh ) shows detailed procedures for system tuning under various operating systems to provide a high bandwidth ...
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1answer
91 views

Corporate Windows Network Performance

We operate a Windows 2003 Active Directory network. As the new IT manager I've inherited this infrastructure from previous outside contractors that have come in to help maintain our company network. ...
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115 views

AP Clients not pingable from outside

Here's a rough scheme of my network: - http://i.stack.imgur.com/zrlJJ.png The network is divided into VLANs. The linksys device is connected to a VLAN20 access port. Clients 4, 3, 2 ping the rest of ...
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110 views

XEN - (magic) networking issue

I have a very strange situation and do not know where to look. I have a XEN installed on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. My hosting-provider does require, that every new IP my server uses has an own MAC-address. ...
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1answer
285 views

Dual network interfaces in Windows Server 2008: same network, different IP address, one wired card and one wireless

When I plug in two wired NICs to the computer, I can get two IP addresses on the same network. Is such a setup possible with one wired ethernet card and one wireless card? If so, how? If not, is ...
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2answers
770 views

why is our router crashing?

Our router began crashing 6 weeks ago. We put it down to our DSL provider and then to power outages that seemed to coincide. But the crashes increased in regularity and then last Friday our router ...
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1answer
74 views

Basic Windows networking questions

Basically I got started looking into this because I got tired of just selecting stuff like NETWORKSERVICE just to make things magically work across our network, and wanted to learn more about what is ...
2
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2answers
126 views

Offsite network/data center for disaster recovery

I'm designing an off-site server room for disaster recovery purposes. This off-site space will house duplicates of production servers and backup systems (around 10 Windows systems in total). The ...
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Reducing NetBIOS noise in a 50-seat, 30-server organisation

We are a development shop where all 50-odd workstation computers run Windows 7 SP1 and most of our 20-30 servers are Server 2008 R2 or Server 2008 (there are a few scragglers still on Server 2003). We ...
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2answers
89 views

Creating two different domains on single machine

I have one DNS server installed on windows 2003 server in our private network. I have configured one domain (xyz.com) on this same machine with all forward lookup and reverse lookup zone. Now I want ...
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1answer
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IP address conflict with MAC address 00:00:00:00:00:00

One of our Windows 2003 R2 ISA firewall servers recently had a 1-hour spell of intermittent connectivity to our Internet WAN connection, which was fixed after disabling then re-enabling the network ...
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Windows Filtering Platform blocking packets from workstations on a Domain Controller

Our primary DNS server (as dictated by our DHCP configuration) is running Windows Server 2008 R2 and is also one of our Domain Controllers. In its Security event log we can see that there are ...
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162 views

How does a network update its IP lookup when a PC switches between wired/wireless?

We have PC's that switch IP's when they go between wired and wireless access to our network. Unfortunately when a PC goes from wireless to wired, all the other computers on the network are not made ...
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Accidentally set .255 IP address - how can I ssh to the machine?

A server's static IP address got set to x.x.x.255 on a Windows network, but apparently .255 addresses are broadcast addresses to windows. So now I can't connect to the box from my Windows machine. ...
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Windows: How to know which client is connected to the other end of the cable, by looking at this end of it?

I have a bunch of cables disconnected from a faulty network switch. What is the fastest way to determine which cable goes to which client PC (windows) / server (windows) / other devices etc..
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Need to setup an office network, suggest some hardware?

We have 6 windows workstations, spread out over a fairly large area. Need to share a DSL connection (upgrading to 100/100 mbit fiber in a few months) with these machines over a 1gbit network. Also ...
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Need help diagnosing network performance issues

I am currently working in a developing country as a system analyst for a government department. My area of expertise is software projects, but I've come across a few issues with the network setup in ...
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Why am I seeing MailSlot Browse messages on unrouted ports of my Linux box?

I have a Linux box (Debian squeeze) with several NICs. The ones of interest are: eth3 - my main link to the network (dhcp on 10.20.30.0/24) eth0 - the first connection to my test network (static: ...
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Setting up a small office network

I'm the de-facto system administrator for a small law office. I'm looking for help to setup the network in a good way. Here's the basic layout/requirements: Windows based. The Server: A headless ...
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How to remap IPs visible from local machine to IPs visible from a machine I have SSH access to?

I'm so far out of my depth I don't even know what to google for. There's a server I can connect to via SSH. Via that server I can access other server on its subnet via SSH. What I want to do is be ...
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SQL Server 08 Express error when connecting to localhost - “Timeout expired”. Works with ::1 or 127.0.0.1

EDIT New info: Navigating to localhost:1434 in Chrome gives me an "ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE", while other ports give me an "Oops! This link appears to be broken". So it seems to binding ok there? So ...
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Configuring a LAN-WAN routing using Windows 2003 Server

I have an Internal LAN and an WAN Connectivity in my office. The followings are the statistics for the two: LAN IPs: 192.168.50.1 - 192.168.50.5/24 WAN IP: Assigned by the ISP using DHCP I connected ...
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Mimic the behavior of a machine added to a domain

For some reason, the IT department at our company does not want to add Windows 7 and Windows Vista machine to the domain controller. I hate to always provide my network credentials everytime I access ...