I'm using wireless iternet supplied by my roomate. They have the router and service, and have given me code for use on my computer. How do I hide my web history in a way that at least they don't know what it is if seen?
We have 2mbps leased line and have Cisco 1841 which is managed by our ISP. I have hooked up another 1841 (please find basic config below, it will get more complex lateron) Now when I connect my laptop I am able to browse Internet. But when I conect VOIP phone, it is not able to contact it's Hosted Server on Internet.
VOIP phone is Polycom SoundPoint 550 and I get URL call disabed message. If I try netgear Firewall everything seems to work.that the voip provider needs following ports UDP Range 16384 - 32766, TCP 5060 & UDP 5060. But in my config all outbound traffic is allowed. [code]
I'm running a cisco 891 with ios Version 15.2(4)M3 ,now I have a dialer 0 interface with fast0 and 1 as well, all is working fine.now I just read about the new sh int 'INT' history feature but when I do it I get nothing.. not a graph or anything I get just nothing as if I just hit enter.anything I need to do to enable the feature?,if I do a sho proc cpu history that works just fine but not the sh int XYZ history commands
I have been appointed to monitor an internet networking consist of 4 computers.
1. To block some websites for all 4 computers. Example, maybe if I want to block YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. or any website. This is actually to prevent users to access any adult site.I dont want to block internet entirely. But just to block some website only.
2. To have a report for internet URL for each computer. Not a bandwidth or traffic report. I dont need that. What I want is a list of URL that the user have surf in the internet.
Privacy in the web, I have a new laptop and I want to know if my verizon router will store my browsing history if I use Incognito mode or privacy mode? Because I don't need people seeing what I was doing.
I was wondering if the ASA 5520 Firewall had the ability to view web traffic or site surfing or does this only work if I have a logging server configured for the ASA to log to? I don't use the ASA much since I'm the database administrator for my company but from time to time I'm asked when nobody else is available. I just checked the ASDM & see that the buffer clears after so many lines & I don't believe we've got a logging server.
I have a rather specific and annoying problem with my router. every few days or so the internet will cut out. However, i am still able to use websites that i have been using already, so am able to check emails read articles etc, but am unable to do things like stream videos from youtube or play online games. I run network diagnostics (Windows 7) and receive the error: Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (samsung.msn.com) is not responding. I have already updated all my drivers and have completely reinstalled my router and checked all cables etc. This appears to be only to do with computers that are connected wirelessly, as the pc connected via ethernet seems to be unaffected,
I have both a netbook and a gaming pc connected wirelessly. Netbook: OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter, Service Pack 1, 32 bit Processor: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N550 @ 1.50GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 28 Stepping 10
I have a Time Warner modem/router. There are a ton of different devices constantly being connected/disconnected to our router - itouches, computers, smartphones etc.
The problem started with my otherwise super reliable HP g42 (i3) laptop. Nothing would solve the issue other than recovering it back a few days to when the issue wasn't happening. But then it would happen again after a few days. All other devices would connect without issue.
Time warner's technical troubleshooting consists of "unplug the router for 10 seconds and then plug it back in. Did that work?"
So now, my son gets his first computer and I bring it home last night. Also an HP (pavillion -i3). Same deal. At first, it connects fine and dandy. Then after about 2 hours it get the ol' "won't connect - diagnose the problem?" After diagnose, it says "DNS server may not be available.
Here's the thing: Both computers connect immediately and without issue to my smartphone wireless tether.
I am running a Dell Inspiron 530 with Windows XP SP 3. My computer is displaying cannot aquire network address, can't contact dhcp. I have already had the modem and ethernet cables tested, they're fine, and I have tried replacing the network card, no luck. I have also run ip config renew and replace as well as ipconfig/all everything was zero. I checked the startup menu and all the appropriate network apps are marked started and automatic.
I'm both concerned and pissed off that my creepy housemate might've used our network to invade my privacy, steal expensive multimedia & valuable personal info, and may have continued access to my computers. I have a Win7Home laptop and a Win7Prof desktop. Both have a Windows password.I was attempting to back-up files from my laptop to my desktop ~2 weeks ago, so I created a Shared Folder and put files in there. After the copying was done, while I was moving the folders from the Shared Folder to a private folder on my desktop computer, there was an error message for one of the folders, saying it was open in another window... this was strange, since it definitely hadn't been opened within weeks by me. But it resolved immediately (like they got alerted). And of all the folders, it's one which my stalker roommate would def be interested in.
Also, I recently noticed that there are Remote Desktop Connection icons on both my computers (with "Allow" checked on laptop only). They were created 49 seconds apart, that NEXT morning. They reside in the same parent folder as where the shared folder resides (Documents folder on laptop and a Partition on the desktop). It is possible that I created the RDCs by accident while amateurly trying to network the my PCs, or could they be offspring from a trojan/DLL file which was placed in the Shared folder by my creepy roommate...? As "admin" over our router, would he have been alerted to the fact that I shared a folder? I'd enabled "Home" network and discovery for my computers. Could he access other NONshared folders if my computer was visible? Can router admins view a window that can constantly track network computer activity?
We are using the ASA 5520 as Firewall and VPN gateway for remote access by employees and vendors. Is there a way to view a history of VPN user logins? We used to have (or we still have but no longer using it) th CVPN 3005. This device keeps log files of all activities. I miss having this capability in the ASA 5520.
Our enterprise uses a VPN Concentrator 3000 for our VPN access. Is there a way to view a log history of what user connected to VPN and what IP address they were assigned? It would be for 2 days ago which was over the weekend.
I want to do something with IP SLA and started by estabilishing a baseline.
I'm trying to check history on an ASR. I tested same config on a 3845 and was forgetting the "history filter all". After this I could see history table on 3845 but still history is empty on the ASR1006. The operation started because I can see information with "show ip sla statistics".
know if i missed something or maybe this is not supported in ASR1006?
re-ld-tcc-02_ASR1006#show vers Cisco IOS Software, IOS-XE Software (X86_64_LINUX_IOSD-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.2(1)S2, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)
I've been trying (in vain) to connect a USB Wireless device to be able to use it off my wireless network. I have (2) other laptops and (1) other desktop connecting to the router with no issues. For some reason, this old desktop keeps installing an Ethernet device (probably on the MB) and is automatically Configuring the IP address to that instead of the USB wireless device.I've tried uninstalling the Ethernet device but it comes right back after I do a reboot. Even when I disable it, I still can not connect with my Wireless device.
how do i telephone / email at & t or verizon to purchase wi-fi service ? i'll go back to their website (s) mess if i can't find a phone # or email address;telephone number ? do you know any for verizon or at&t or email address?
I am doing troubleshooting of the wireless connection problem.
<Environment>･WLC 126.96.36.199 is used together with WCS and MSE. ･Lightweight APs (3502i) are connected to the controller. ･It attests a radio client by WPA2-PSK.
The status of the client when not connected with wireless LAN was frequently displayed as follows by Location History.
State1:802.11 State : ProbingIP Address : blankMAC Address : blankAuthenticated : No SSID : blank State2:802.11 State : AssociatedIP Address : 0.0.0.0 (In practice, Static IP is set up.)MAC Address : XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX (expected)Authenticated : No SSID : XXXX (expected)
What is the cause of problem which is assumed in each state of State1 and State2?
How to see the ipsec vpn client users login history, they are authenticating to the local AAA, not to active directory. I am able to see current login session. by going to monitoring vpn statistics sessions this shows me current sessions but I would like to see for example logins for vpn client for the last month.
I am currently using ASDM v6.4 and would like to enable the historic metrics feature to view/produce graphs/tables for interface using the Last 5 days, every 2 hours option. how this will impact performance and storage space on the device?
I matched the traffic statistics on one of my Cisco ASA site-site tunnels with the OID:188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.16842 (cipSecTunHistInOctets). I was real proud of myself for a few days until I checked the history and found the OID wasnt working.After some troubleshooting I found that the last four digits (4142 in this case) change whenever the tunnel drops and re-establishes itself. Any way to collect tunnel utilization history on an ASA with SNMP? Is there a different OID I can use thats based on the endpoint IP?