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Networking refers to the technologies and techniques that enable the interconnection of devices and applications allowing them to communicate electronically.

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I don't know of an application that can scan your network to see what's using your bandwidth One option may, or may not, be SNMP - You can graph the throughput of hosts\switchports to see utilization …
answered Aug 6 '09 by Ben Quick
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RFC 1918 may offer you some guidance on this. At the end of it all though, you've got to design your network to suit, well, your network. If you've only got ~50 devices on the network, then any /24 (2 …
answered Aug 11 '09 by Ben Quick
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As I understand it, in the general case, if a router is busy, then your pings will be treated as low priority traffic. So, you could be getting slightly misleading results from this anyway Does your …
answered Aug 6 '09 by Ben Quick
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Is it possible to add a static route to the Netgear? If so, you'd add a static route to 202.54.149.115 via 192.168.51.97 ip route 202.54.149.115 255.255.255.255 192.168.51.97 Something along those …
answered Jul 28 '09 by Ben Quick
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VLANs and subnets solve different problems. VLANs work at Layer 2, thereby altering broadcast domains (for instance). Whereas subnets are Layer 3 in the current context One suggestion would be to act …
answered Aug 14 '09 by Ben Quick
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Are these bits of a Cisco config of any use to you at all? ! ip dhcp pool <pool name> import all network 10.0.0.0 255.255.0.0 dns-server <dns servers> default-router 10.0.0.1 lease 0 2 …
answered Jul 29 '09 by Ben Quick