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Currently active as a Consultant on Datacenter Solutions


Sep
25
answered how do I change 1000 user passwords using ldap?
Sep
25
accepted Program Files(x86) not being interpretted right on Win7x64 when not running as local admin
Sep
24
comment Program Files(x86) not being interpretted right on Win7x64 when not running as local admin
Yes, no avail, we keep getting the same error being that it can't find the file in C:\Program Files\filename
Sep
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asked Program Files(x86) not being interpretted right on Win7x64 when not running as local admin
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answered How to plan Plan Server downtime
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answered Windows Server - “Not enough storage available error”
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answered Rebuilding Hyper V after crash
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answered Will a Cisco ASA 5505 on a Gigabit Network slow my traffic?
Oct
15
comment Procurve VLAN configuration
and (ran out of comment space) Yes it is good. Why ? The load on the network the data packets for the file transfer will be segregated from the rest of the LAN, not being able to impact the performance of for instance the RDP connection to the server (just using it as an example) or another service running on it. It's like in some companies when using iSCSI over a existing LAN infrastructure iSCSI traffic gets put in its own VLAN, to prevent it from impacting the rest of the network under heavy load. Again though, a 1Gb link is a 1Gb link. VLAN doesn't magically enhance the speed.
Oct
15
comment Procurve VLAN configuration
Look at it this way, if you have a 1 Gigabit link with 20VLAN's or 2VLAN's, you still only have 1Gb Link. VLAN's aren't used to to enhance the throughput of a network, but to segregate network traffic from causing collisions or impacting one another. So in terms of speed it does nothing for you, a 1Gb link is a 1Gb link, and everything the VLAN consumes won't be available for the "normal" LAN to consume. Don't worry about it too much though, only the link to the server being backed up is affected. The switch itself won't be impacted. Try "Link Aggregation" for that
Oct
14
comment Procurve VLAN configuration
Both 23's need to be member of any VLAN you wish to route through them. So, if VLAN1 is your "normal" LAN and VLAN2 for instance is a VLAN for the "guest wireless" then port 23 needs to be member of both VLAN Group 1 and 2, Correct.
Oct
12
answered Procurve VLAN configuration
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