Okay so currently in my possession is a SR 5500 wireless channel receiver with a problem.. We need to find its current ip address it also is not a standard ip address such as 192.168.xxx.xxx it has a standard ethernet port and of course GPIB ports
I'm looking to know if there is a way I can find its ip address by maybe with a crossover cable, or by bridging its connection to my computer and somehow seeing what ip it's requesting.
Im trying to span a trunk port and capture the dot1q headers on the destination. I'm positive I have it configured right (encap replicate) but wireshark just isn't seeing them. Im trying to capture them on a seperate NIC on my Windows 7 64bit pro box. The NIC is a realtek RTL8169 and it just won't capture the headers. I've also tried the built-in motherboard NIC (which is also a realtek) with the same results.
Is there a free version of a program that would allow to find out an IP address of a person on an IM (gg, msn messenger and others)?Is there a firewall I could use for this? [URL]but it doesn't seem to work...? To access image log you need ... file name, folder and password. For file name do I put extension too? and for folder what do i put?
I recently had to clean up a laptop of a few years worth of crap and no protection on the machine.i had to do the disk clean up in safe mode as it ran far too slowly to do anything without a monumental level of patience, the problem i have now is that the computer doesnt seem to be picking up the wireless network around the house even though other units laptops are working fine.
I have a Dell Inspiron I got last July that has Windows 7.It had been working well but the started to say there were no Wifi signals.. when I knew there was from the other computers and such. I would start up diagnosis and it would fix for say half hour, then I would do it again and each time only for a short time, reducing each time. The same happened when I disabled or even deleted and reinstall programme the wifi adapter (which it always had a pop up saying it didnt do it properly).It also keeps saying to plug in to wifi which works but doesnt solve the wifi issue.I even had my father in law who was an IT guy look at it and no clue.I am desperate to get it fixed as I have lots of assignments to be getting on with.
I am doing a security course and I need to find out the IP addresses of the devices on my network in order to carry out a ping of death on one of my devices. I've done the ipconfig command but that doesn't give me the information I need.
I have had to re format vista and reload my WiFi. My internet connection using an ethernet cable to my LAN works ok but when the ethernet cable is removed and I click "connect" I am asked for my security key or passphrase. How do I find this information or preferably remove the request for it?
I've just built a PC for my brother for mild gaming and browsing and placed it in the living room, the only issue is that after buying and renovating new home, our pops wont allow us to poke holes around his big investment and use Ethernet for connectivity.Having win 7 x64, I've come down to purchasing a PCI Adapter that has been noted to work well with win7 - WMP600N... Now the problem is I am unsure which router to purchase to make it work well.
I have a small home network, which until now has been set up via a Verizon DSL modem/router. Today I added an ASUS wirless router to the network, and that is working just fine. However, I did not think to shut off wireless service from the modem before I switched over. However, now I can't seem to find the IP necessary to access the modem's setup screens. Whereas before I logged in at 192.168.1.1, I get nothing there now. The new router is at 192.168.2.1 and I have not be able to puzzle out any IP that gets me access to the modem settings. Is there way to find that screen, without totally redoing the setup process?
at the moment I'm using a netgear WNA1100 (only because i use to be hard wired but now i moved and i am wireless for the mean time) and it is horrible for gaming, and i have been having problems finding a new Wireless card that will support windows 8, the ones i find do not have drivers on the website for win 8 and the ones that do are complete crap aka companies like Netgear, I was looking at a rosewell but i could not find a windows 8 driver?
We have created more than 255 Vlans during last 5 years, and we know that eye-catching part of which are unused, I took a report from campus manager searching for Port Attributes to find out which port is assigned to a specific Vlan but as long as there are numerous ports in trunk mode connecting to Virtual servers I can not find out if unused vlans which I exclude from the report I took are really unused or not , how can I find the unused Vlans.
I bought 2 WAP4410N wireless routers but it did not come with a PoE injector. We do not have a PoE capable switch. I have a couple of 3COM PoE injectors but am concerned about differing PoE standards could cause the 3Com PoE injector to damage the WAP4410N.
I cannot find a PoE injector on the Cisco website. What is the Cisco part number for a PoE injector for the Cisco WAP4410N or provide assurances about the 3COM PoE that I have for the 3COM 3CRWER100-75 access points?
Recently I bought a new netgear router. It has two separate wireless signals. One is the main wireless connection for my computers. The other is a slower backup network for smartphones, apple tv, and guests. All of the other devices in the house can find both signals, but my main PC is only finding the backup network. It works fine for general browsing, but is very slow for downloads and unusable for gaming