I have been doing a lot of research trying to find like an IT program to RDP for free to very little for personal use that is very easy to understand for the end user.An example of what I what I am speaking of, is if you deal with Verizon, or most major computer companies (Dell, etc) they can send you a URL or give you a code to use at a site, that basically lets them remote to your PC. It may require the user to install a small add on, or to allow some type of permissions, but doesn't require them to download huge programs or sign up for accounts.
I myself will create an account of course, and as I said even pay a small fee for a good program. But it's strictly for personal use and I am sure there is a good open source program I can use that I can just make a donation to.
I have a CISCO 1841 ROUTER and sins short our internet speed has decreased dramatically , it does not happens all the time , so I am sure it is not the ROUTER.I have put a small router (CISCO WRT 610N) and it was the same.When I look to the UP and DOWNLOAD GRAPH from my ISP , I see really BIG peeks.
We want to mask part of the path prefix to hide development content: For example: the site(s) are: [URL]However we don't want anything with acme showing...so we would want the loadbalanced url to be: [URL] ...for requests and responses. I think this would be an http re-write request/response scenario?Is this possible to configure this on the ACE Device? We've got the load balance configuration down...not sure how to do this re-write type scenario?
RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol) is a protocol by which a physical machine in a local area network can request to learn its IP address from a gateway server's Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) table or cache. A network administrator creates a table in a local area network's gateway router that maps the physical machine (or Media Access Control - MAC address) addresses to corresponding Internet Protocol addresses.When a new machine is set up, its RARP client program requests from the RARP server on the router to be sent its IP address. Assuming that an entry has been set up in the router table, the RARP server will return the IP address to the machine which can store it for future use.Among the passage of words i read, there was this sentence i were not sure, "A network administrator creates a table in a local area network's gateway router that maps the physical machine (or Media Access Control - MAC address) addresses to corresponding Internet Protocol addresses." Does it means each time a host computer joins in the ethernet LAN, the network administrator would manually add in it's MAC address in the router table, so it would allow the newly joined computer to request IP address from it's MAC address?
I am testing out some inspection options on an ASA 5505, and I am running into a situation in which applying a http inspection is dropping all outbound http traffic. I get a "protocol violation" error in the logs.
Here is the setup: I'm not sure why the web traffic is getting dropped.
policy-map type inspect dns preset_dns_map parameters message-length maximum client auto
I have reset my wireless connection numerous times, rebooted, tried wireless and wired and continue to have the same result - great signal; cannot connect to any webpage. Ran network diagnostics and everything seems to check out except the "DNS Server."
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:Documents and SettingsMarcy Musselman>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : MARCYS Primary Dns
I am having pentium p3 zenith make,window xp sp3 is the operating system. Belkin router N150 is being used.,I am able to get connection through this router on other p4 pc of my friend.,but when I try to connect to my pc.,belkin router set up do not display.,and diagnostic network connection ,indicate that error 12007 could not connect to HTTP,FTP etc., IE 8 and mozilla firefox are installed and both give the same error i.e. connection to internet could not be established
I have IP television at home. I've connected windows box between the tv receiver and modem by using two network cards and brdiging them together. Now, when the request from th tv box comes to the computer, I want to be able to intercept that request and send new request from computer to modem, but request for different ip. So tv box would think that it is playing the requested ip, but in fact it would play the other one.
Basically my friend has a game server with a particular IP. But lately I don't seem to be able to even 'see' that server. Pinging the IP gets a timeout. I did a tracert on the IP and from the first hop onwards it gives me 3 stars followed by a 'Request Timed Out' until the 30'th hop.
I first noticed it in games, and decided to ping my router in CMD. I see the occasional "request timed out", and not sure how to fix it.My other computers connected to the network are working fine, and I've tried USB Wireless adapters in my laptop which work fine, which implies the problem lies with the inbuilt adapter itself.I've tried reformatting, and updating drivers, but to no avail.I thought maybe the adapter might just be faulty, but then I decided to test it on Linux. I pinged the router in the terminal and... it seemed to work fine. I thought maybe some background process in Windows might be doing something to cause the problem, so I started in safe mode (with networking)... still the problem remained.
For some reason, I can see the wireless connections on my laptop but not on my Dell Computer. When ever I try to connect on my computer i see no wireless connections at all, i have A wireless USB adapter that use to be on put in the back and recieved wireless connections in the past but now it doesnt, I try the front ports, and nothing works except for one, but that one port doesnt work for some reason, the same thing happens, no connection at all.
I am facing strange behavior in Windows 7 and Windows Vista.I have a client program in my PC and server program outside network.I can see that some time TCP WINDOWS SCALING working and some time not.In first Log after 3 way handshakes established I can see data transfer happening bocs from log I can see it is settings SCALING factor.
But for some cases where I see that connection happened but data transfer not happening (May be my network does not work without Scaling..) I can see my WINSOWS TCP stack has not set SCALING in SYN request.Hence in 2 nd log I can see "Scale factor not supported"...though I enabled SCALING in my WINDOW .
You can see in 2nd log :: [ Win=8192 ( ) = 8192 ] - not settings scaling factor some time.How to fix this issue so that Windows 7 / Vista always set SCALING in SYN request.
My TCP Settings :::
Receive-Side Scaling State : enabled Chimney Offload State : automatic NetDMA State : enabled[code].....
We have a Terminal Server through which everyone access their outlook. To avoid any impact on its performance, we have disabled the IE in it. Everyone access the terminal server using the Remote desktop.For the above mentioned setup, is there any way to make the weblinks in the remote machine to get open in the main machine? Main Machine or the Local Machine runs with Windows 7 OS.
I tried to forward a new port on my Actiontec V1000H router. I was able to sign in without incident, but the moment I tried to begin navigating within pages, I would be greeted with a red screen reading '400 Bad Request - No request found' roughly 60% of the time. Usually refreshing the page a number of times would allow me to proceed, but because the Telus software for the V1000H cycles through so many pages when applying a new forwarded port to the firewall, it's almost statistically impossible to make it through.I have no issues with internet connectivity, and having this port forwarded isn't critical, but this problem is a real nuisance as it turns changing any router settings into a long, tedious, and sometimes downright impossible chore.
I bought a Dlink DIR-815 the firmware version is 1.0 and not see any info in D-linlk support site inclusive the original firmware is not there. So I request to create a new forum topic for this hardware, I am replacing a DGL-4500 with this brand new model and we need other users have a good place to share info.
I have a strange issue where the first ping always times out, but the following goes through fine.I have Cisco877 and connection to the internet is fine. I connect a PC to one of the Fast Ether ports and I am able to ping the router without any issues. However, the moment I ping an external website [URL], the first ping request fails. after that the following request come through quickly.
Got a sky hub, its new and everything connects to it, all be it but one tower, it can find it and now and again it may conect with no or limited etc etc had the same problem with our last internet hub (BT) so its defo the computer as we also changed the Netgear USB adapter to a different tower unit and it connected, so it isnt the Sky hub and it isnt the wireless dongle. computer is running vista, i have disabled the security and it didnt work, i have uninstalled and reinstalled the software for the usb dongle a hundred times.it did once connect to the net this morning in my many attempts of fiddling and after the computer restarted it wont anymore. a medium strength moderately priced pint of your choice is the reward, subject to location and availability
I've had some issues with my internet connection lately. Occasionally I would have connection interruptions even when I am just browsing the web with no downloads in the background or anything like that.The strange thing is that connection fails right at the vey beginning - if I constanly ping the gateway, I will see that among the continous pings of 1ms or less, every once in a while I would have several "request time out" messages.My laptop is connected directly to the router with a 6 feet cable. I replaced the cable and it still happens.What I also noticed is that if I am online in the MMORG I am playing, I can stay online for long hours, however when I start browsing the web, I would get disconnected pretty soon. So I think somehow browsing (and downloading at high speeds, which is understandable) somehow triggers these timeouts. I dont know what to make out of it.
I'm working on a Dell Vostro 220s running Windows XP with an integrated NIC. It had a few hundred viruses on it and after removing them, I can't get an internet connection. The icon says connected with 0 packets sent and 0 packets received. DHCP is enabled and other computers on the network can connect to the internet. The drivers are installed and detected as working properly. I have rebooted also, with no luck. Ipconfig fails with the error "An Internal error occurred: The request is not supported."
I can access it at work and on other ISP's but not on my home wireless network. It won't work from any device on this network. I have reset my modem but that didn't work. It won't load and when I ping from command prompt, I get a 'Request Timed Out" message.
I have just bought a DIR-825 rev C1 stock firmware 3.0 (19 Jan 2012,) and I am pleased with its performance so far. However, I need to allow DHCP renewal request to pass through from all IP to UDP port 67 to UDP port 68; or else I will have to reboot DIR-825 every 24 hours (which is not fun ). My U-verse 2wire modem is a 3600HGV.
I have a Cisco 1801 Router, but whenever there is anything plugged into the integrated 8 port switch for example two computers, I cannot get them to ping each other. All of the ports are on the same vLAN.
I am a Cisco newbie, so sorry if this question/query is really basic. Is there anyway I can test the integrated switch to see if it is faulty.
I have a problem with my AnyConnect clients connecting to an AD network via a 5510. Anyconnect VPN clients provide AD plus a one time passcode to authenticate to the 5510. This works fine apart from 3 things:
1. Once the VPN session has been established the user is further prompted for AD credentials when accessing an AD share for the first time. Once they provide the credentials the share can be accessed. Should the AD credentials not be passed through when the VPN connection is established? Or is this by design? What makes me think it's not be design is the fact that this could be related to problem 2.
2. Group Policy Update (windows gpupdate) fails. This again suggests to me that the full client/server relationship is not fully in tact.
3. In order to get Outlook to connect to exchange I've had to change Outlooks security settings from Negotiate (which would naturally choose Keberors), to NTLM. Not sure if this is related or not.
Note: DNS is functioning with out any problems
Maybe the first 2 issues are by design, but I thought the whole idea behind the AnyConnect VPN was that the remote machine would function as if connected to the LAN?
I have an RV082 (running 18.104.22.168-tm) set up as the gateway to the Internet on my home LAN, and connect to it through several switches / hubs around my house. Randomly, and from various connections around the house (which are all plugged in to different ports of the RV082), a Web request will fail to load, giving a "Server not found" error in the browser. When I look at the log in the RV082, it says, "Connection Refused: Policy Violation".
It seems to be just blocking the DNS requests - everything else appears to go through normally. For example, I get the message "Looking up domain name.com" in the bottom corner of the browser and the request fails, displaying the Mozilla "Server not found" error page. When I click the "Try Again" button the page, it goes through just fine and everything works.
I don't have any services running behind the firewall, and do not use the VPN settings. Here are my current firewall settings: