After I had Prism high speed internet installed (made by Cisco) and I can no longer print using my Dell V313s Wireless printer. I have lost the driver disc that came with the printer and Dell wants to charge me a large fee for support and Prism states that they are not responsible for the printer not talking to the computer.
I have just bought a v313w printer & cannot get it to connect wireless to my inspirion 1545 laptop (windows 7)During the wireless set-up, it gets to the third of the five stages ok. These are configuring printer, resetting printer & connecting to wireless network. It fails on Acquiring network address & communicating with the printer!
I have tried the following without any luck, uninstalling & re-installing, powering down cable modem/router, changing security settings on router from 64bit wep to 128 wep & WPA/PSK, dell expert taking control of my laptop & trying to connect (which resulted in Dell sending me a new printer because the expert seemed to think it maybe a faulty wireless card in the printer, this is not the case becuase the same problem occurs with the second printer dell have sent me!). I have downloaded & installed the latest drivers for this printer from the dell website & I've switched off my security (anti virus/firewall) when trying to install.
I am completely stuck as to what to try next, the printer works perfectly fine from the USB cable.
I have connected fax machine with line card, line card with Modem (MT5656SMI), and with modem is connected to PC UART. i want to pause the fax machine from PC, while scanning. i gave AT+FTS=10 command. but it did not worked.
There are three Win 7 laptops on the LAN trying to connect to the ASA5500 Firewall. They generate a Severity Level 3 alert and try the same port three times then move to the next numerical port and try that three times. Is this a malicious Hack.
My company deals in a video conference software which requires certain ports to be open to work correctly, including tcp and udp ports. Clients who want to test / purchase have different kind of network setup. I usually tell them to open those ports require by the software on their end. How do i ensure if the port range required by my software is open once I am at their location. I have installed a few network scan tools but not sure what ip do i scan. Should I scan my server's ip once I am at their location and connected ? or should I scan their gateway ?
i have a Edimax usb adapter Ew 7612HPn which is brand new, & its not scanning any networks though the light flashes fast, i tried on both my & my dad's laptop, & same problem.Also tried different Usb cables still the same, but sometimes it worked, but mostly dosn't work.Kindly note that i am using this on my vaio Cr 354 windows vista 32 bit SP2 home premium.From day1 it was like kind of faulty, i mean it worked but kind of disconnected in between, but now it dosn't work at all just keeps flashing the blue light.
the setup is as follow: I have two separate network.192.168.90.xx and 10.10.xx.xx the two boxes being connected via an ethernet cable. How would I go about having a 192.(...) machine speak to a 10.(...) box? My boss tells me that via a UDP call the 192.(...) machine can get the IP of a 10.(...) box. Isn't UDP dependant on a subnet mask to limit the # of queries, and in that case would it even be feasable? I was thinking instead of spoofing the 192.(...) IP to an unoccupied 10.(...) IP. Of course to do this would require knowing what IPs are unoccupied on the other network, and I cannot assume the would respond to pings.
I am running a DIR-825 I believe one of the original's no updates or anything. I run it mixed mode. The 2.4 shows up and I can connect to but the 5 ghz (n) speed says it's enabled but I can never see it when I scan on any of my wireless n products (laptops and other computers). Dlink support told me to change to mixed mode g and n. I was running it in mixed mode (a, g and n). D link told me to change to mixed mode g and n and to make sure they stay on channel 6 and 11. Is this correct. Which firmware should I upgrade to and is there any easy way to do this?
url...I discovered that it would be possible to be protected from portscan, i mean when someone scan our nework/host from outside, the attacker will see all the 65535 ports as "open" (in that way it will be more difficult for an attacker to perform customized attacks...)So I have follow the setup in that link: policy-map global_policy class class-defaults set connection embryonic-conn-max 15 per-client-embryonic-max 3 service-policy global_policy global . The problem is that I don't have the exepected result..If i do a portscan over Internet from an external host to my hosts the portscan is successfully working and I can view my open ports...I have also tried to set this through a "match" in an access-list but without any sucess.
so i have a printer attatched to my mom's computer and it's set up for sharing. i can get to the printer through my macbook, but it's asking for a username and password to the network (which it didn't ask me to do when setting up the sharing settings on the windows pc) what do i need to do?
We have a problem with a manager who has upgrades his Mac to the latest Lion OS (64 bit), before uograding he could connect without any problem with his mac to our network and work on the terminal server. Since the upgrade he's not able to get it working in 64 bit (normal) mode.
I am currently have a Cisco 881 router running EasyVPN server. I recently created come IPSec rules that allow trafiic to specific IP's for a specific security group:
access-list 105 permit ip host 10.1.0.5 any access-list 105 permit ip host 10.1.0.15 any access-list 105 permit ip host 10.1.0.16 any access-list 105 permit ip host 10.1.0.32 any
This works as expected with our Windows users, however our Mac users (using native VPN Client) can only reach the FIRST ip in the string of access statements. When I was torubleshooting this, I moved .32 as the first statement and I could only reach it and none of the others.
I have a Cisco ASA 5510 8.2 (3) with clientless SSL VPN portal enabled with some bookmarks pointing to internal servers. I just installed a new Mac OS Lion Server 10.7 box and have a share on it using both AFP and SMB. My old Mac server is 10.6 with a similar share with both AFP and SMB enabled. When using the Portal browser (or bookmarks pointing to cifs://example/server), I get an error "Error contacting host" to the the 10.7 box, but browsing to the 10.6 box works fine.
I have double checked all settings on the 10.7 and permissions, everything appears correct. I can also browse internally via SMB from Windows XP/Windows 7 using default UNC paths \exampleserver, etc., to the 10.7 box.
From what I have read, the 10.7 has a completely different design to the SMB versus the earlier 10.6. [URL].
I'm using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client (2.5.3055) to connect to a server "A". It has worked fine. Then I tried to connect to the server "B" from the free university of Berlin and then this installed (3.0.08057) automatically without asking. Connecting to server "A" does not work any more. The error message is: "The AnyConnect package on the secure gateway could not be located. You may be experiencing network connectivity issues. Please try again." So I tried to de-install the client with the shipped uninstaller and installed the previous 2.5 client again. but the Error message is still the same.so which files should I remove/edit to get it working as before. The network is OK, I tried it on a other computer under Windows Vista and there the freshly installed Client works fine. So I guess ther must be some files or configurations from the newer version in the way.
I'm with one problem, my OS Lion don't authentication in the Secure ACS Version: 22.214.171.124.10.For the Mac Lion operating system to work you must put in execeção the MAC Address of your computer. I wonder how it could cause the OS to authenticate the ACS Lion.
I've been developing Node.js apps on my localhost on port 1337 for last two years with no problem as shown below.
$ node app App started on port 1337
Today I wanted to test how things go with default port 80, so I did:
$ sudo node app App started on port 80
But after that my network went crazy. Now I can't access any local address including localhost. When I ping to localhost it points to some weird public IP address (126.96.36.199) instead of 127.0.0.1.
The USB storage drive is not found when I attempt to map the drive on my Mac Mini Lion OS, it is not found. My question is, does the wrt160nl storage feature work with Mac OS? I have upgraded firmware to 188.8.131.52 and latest version of Lion
802.1x authentication on their Cisco Wifi network using Macbook Pro/Airs running Lion.
We have.. 2x Controllers with WiSMs running 184.108.40.206 A mixture of 1131 and 1142 APs.. ( APs mainly in HREAP mode with some APs located on the same local network as the Controller in Local Mode ) Macbook Airs/ Pro running Lion
In summary, we are finding that when our MacBooks are coming out of sleep/standby or roaming between APs, the devices get stuck during the 802.1x authentication process and will either get the self assigned 169 address or continuously try to authenticate.
This can occasionally be solved by turning the wifi interface off and on or manually stopping and starting the 802.1x process on the Mac
From reading various online forums, we have tried the following to resolve this..
- Disabled WPA across our wifi network as we don't use it anymore.. We now just use WPA2 with AES and Dot1x authentication.
- Disabled Client Load Balancing on the SSID configuration… this does not seem to have made things any better or worse although we are seeing more Load Profile threshold notification alerts for some of our APs which are used heavily.
- The 802.1x time out is currently set at 20secs.
- Some APs which are in Local mode ( due to them being on the same local network as our wifi controllers ) have been changed to HREAP mode and assigned a static IP address.. We found that this was required at our spoke sites where we were originally experiencing issues with our old Windows based devices.. Incidentally, we have not experienced any of these delayed authentication issues with our Window laptops, all our problems seem to be with our MacBooks running Lion..
As I mentioned earlier, there seems to be many discussions online regarding problems with the Lion OS and 802.1x authentication..
get a status on Mac Lion and/or Windows 7 64-bit SSL VPN support for the RV220W? QuickVPN (for Windows 7 64-bit users) and IPSecuritas (for Mac Lion users) are our current workarounds, but for folks that use/own their own equipment we prefer SSL VPN. This is why we retired our WRVS4400N v2 for the RV220W.
I've just bought an E2000 and I Cisco Connect doesn't run on OSX-Lion, and I was unable to find it on support downloads. But this is only a comment, my concern is that I'm not able to see on main menu how many DHCP clients are connected nor of course to check their traffic. Other routers usually provide at least DHCP clients
The latest Mountain Lion (OSX 10.8) update somehow broke the Cisco VUSB software. I downloaded and installed Mountain Lion yesterday, and now the VUSB software is not working correctly. When I try to connect to my printer, an error appears saying the connection failed, but the dashboard shows it's connected. When I try to print, the printer is shown as unavailable. I have Cisco VUSB version 1.0.0 for OSX and the EA3500 Router.
I recently install Windows8 Enterprise build 9200 on my Dell XPS L502X and everything is working fine so far except my modem. In device manager its installed properly but the network manager doesn't list it as an option to connect to (as it usually would in win7),