I have an IPAD, pc , laptop, mobile and my daughter comes over with her ipod and mobile.As I understand things my IP address range is not big enough and as a result my IPAD keeps dropping and saying not connected
A small network and uses the Linksys Router BEFSR81 as dhcp.the default Number of addresses is 50 and starts 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.149.A new Cisco IP Phone just introduced requires ip addresses and have noticed running out of addreses.Can I increase the number to 120 so that the address range would start from 10.0.0.100 to 10.0.0.219, also, I have a VPN device which automatically configures itself for 10.0.0.199 address and this is /24 network configuration.
We frequently camp at campgrounds that offer free WiFi, but many campsites are on the fringe of receiving a signal. Is there anything I can add to my laptop to increase receiving range- ie usb adapter with antenna?
My laptop is inspiron 5520 new one just one month old ?I have similar problem like that ( my wireless is working but in very closed distance to the connection point, if I change the site to about 5 or 6 metter from the connection site, the Internet become interrupted,
So i set up my trendnet ip camera. It stopped working so i called their tech support and they gave me another ip number. My question is what is the range of ip addresses.? ,my address is 192.1.1..xxX do they just pick a random number??
I have a device(internet radio) that seems to require an address format of 192.168.xxx.xxx. The router does not do this range and I cannot set it to that range ( the first three xxx). If I try the router defaults back to 192.168.x.xxx. Any way to over come this so I can connect the radio (which works fine wired as the ISP can supply a 192.168.xxx.xxx IP address).
I have a Buffalo NAS with IP address 192.168.1.30 linked to my router, which has IP address 192.168.2.1. Both have the same subnet mask: 255.255.255.0.DHCP on the router assigns IP's to my computers on the network (192.168.1.xxx). How do I access my NAS?
Last two weeks, I have had a problem connecting to public hotspots. My own WiFi network is fine, but while I am connected to any public hotspot I get the 'no internet access' message on the wifi symbol.While connected to my own network, ipconfig/all shows that I have an Autoconfiguration IPv4 address in the (correct) 192 range - but when connected to a hotspot, the address is in the 169 range, or occasionally (as in the instance below) in the 10 range. Clearly this is the problem, but I cannot figure out what has caused it. Is it hardware? Software? Malware? Or user error?I have run the Wireless Test and the log results are pasted below.
Given an IP address range, select the correct subnet mask for the scenario. IP address: 220.127.116.11/16, You need to create 100 networks with a minimum of 500 hosts per network. What is the correct Subnet mask and the 10th subnet address range?
I am trying to set up a WAP4410n Wireless access point and add to my home network. One problem I can't seem to get around. The IP adress range setup does not accept 1 (example 192.168.1.245) as a range setup for IP address. How do i get in communication with the unit when I can't view the setup due to the factory default set as 192.168.1.245? If it were 192.168.0.245 I could easily change my routers IP range to include it.
I keep getting some additional IP addresses logging onto my home network that have an address outside what should be allowed by the router. The server is running at 192.168.2.1 and is set to only allow clients from 192.168.2.2 - 192.168.2.10 so a total of 9 clients should be allowed on.The problem is that something keeps logging in with an address of 192.168.169.2 or 3 etc. Sometimes more than one device at a time.I have assumed that it is some automated or virtual client as I'm pretty certain my network has not been breached. I have a 9 character password with a relatively random alphanumeric combination, although I haven't tried changing the password (I live in a share house with with a bunch of devices using wireless, so I haven't yet bothered). What I don't understand is how it has connected with the xx.xx.169.xx range at all. I have a Belkin 'Share' Wireless N Modem Router and at some stage there was a 'guest' network but that has since been disabled and I still am seeing the extra address. I have attached a screen shot of the DHCP client list on the router.The following is a list of devices that may be on the network at times, I'm thinking one of these may be responsible for the problem:
Windows Vista Desktop - Only LAN device PS3 Macbook Epson wireless printer Android HTC Desire Mobile Phone Laptops running various Windows versions (XP, Vista and 7)
A few thoughts I had:
- the android phone is capable of running a wireless hotspot, may have to look into it to see if if has been operating as an access point into the Belkin router, but assumed this wouldn't bring up clients connected to the phone on the home router.
- The desktop has PS3 Media server installed to stream video to the PS3 over the network (not that I have ever managed to get it to work), however this is not ever open on the desktop.
Using Android phone and have to set up Port Forwarding to access the cameras. I have to change the IP Address to a static one instead of the one issued by the Router. How do I change the IP Address of the camera to one outside the DHCP range?
I have Internet connection in Ethernet Medium connected to a L2 Switch (Cisco 2960). I have 2 Routers (Cisco 2900). I have a webserver to be accessed from Internet. The physical IP address of the server is Private range.
I have configured Stateful NAT as below
18.104.22.168 is Static NAT to 10.1.1.3 using redundancy
Though HSRP is working good, when RTR-1 is down, I am not able to reach Webserver (10.1.1.3) using RTR-2
We found in the that ISP Switch, that even when RTR-1 is down, the MAC address for 22.214.171.124 is still present one pointing to RTR-1 and other pointing to RTR-2. There are 2 MAC address entries for 126.96.36.199
I was wondering how to tighten the security of my email delivery to a range of ip addresses (I know how on my old firewall but the cisco is quite a bit different). Right now anyone sending email to a particular ip address on my firewall can do so. I want to restrict that to two ip address ranges it will accept deliver from. I'm thinking I need two network objects for the two ranges then add to a network object group. Configuring the ACL for delivery using that group if I'm correct about that ?
ISP assigned us the following:xxx.yyy.zzz.32/30 as the outside interface network.This means .33 is the next hop, gateway, or default route.This means .34 is the outside interface on the ASA.xxx.yyy.zzz.64/26 as the ip address pool.This means xxx.yyy.zzz.65 to xxx.yyy.zzz.127 is the address pool.xxx.yyy.zzz is identical in all cases.Addresses .35 through .63 are owned by other parties and are not usable to us.The 33-34 setup works using static routing - IPSEC VPN is setup and functioning properly using these addresses.
After NAT and ACL entries are created to provide altnernate external IP address on the outside interface [ie. static (inside,outside) [external ip] [name] netmask 255.255.255.255 and access-list [name2] extended permit tcp any host [alternate outside ip] eq https], attempting to browse to an internally hosted website from an external IP address results in the following messages in the ASDM log.
6 Apr 14 2011 17:58:51 110003 [redacted external IP Address] 37763 [Internal Website Name] 80 Routing failed to locate next hop for TCP from Outside:[redacted external IP Address]/37763 to Inside:[Internal Website Name]/80
How do I setup routing for this non contiguous address range?
we have a 3560 switch configured with EIGRP with dhcp. We have a user that we cannot ping, however the interface show up / up and no errors on interface. the ip address is 10.2.0.199 - however we have dhcp configured to exclude the range from dhcp ip dhcp excluded-address 10.22.0.1 10.22.0.200 how can this work station get a dhcp address if we have that ip range excluded from the dhcp pool?
The user is off a different switch that is a uplink to this distribution switch. Traceroutes shows that the problem is with the distribution switch.
I have a XSR-1805 (Version 188.8.131.52) enterasys router here. Got SNMP server to work successfully. The thing is that I couldn't make the router restrict a range of address allowed to use a community. Only 10.1.0.13 is allowed to use SNMP in this case.
Does the ASA treat an object-group with a network-object containing a range of IP addresses as a netmask? For example, I can apply this configuration without the ASA throwing any errors though the configuration calls for a 'net mask':
object-group network test network-object 192.168.0.0 192.168.63.255 ? network-object-group mode commands/options: A.B.C.D Enter an IPv4 network mask sh run ob id test object-group network test network-object 192.168.0.0 192.168.63.255
I found that in the documentation it requires a netmask as oppose to a range. Is this a bug in the code? I am running code version 8.0(5)23 on a 5520. If this is not a bug how does the ASA treat this type of configuration when applied to an access list? When I ran a quick packet trace and denied access from that range it looks like the ASA doesn't read that configuration properly.
When i check the status of my Internet Connection I notice that the sent and received bytes keeps increasing. I'm sure there are no downloads taking place that I'm aware of. No torrent clients, no antivirus nothing. I checked my PC for malware but that didn't work. As a result of this, i keep getting high pings in online games and can't even watch videos in youtube anymore. like, some software to monitor all the programs that use the itnernet connection without my knowledge or something??My primary concern is gaming (Call of Duty 4) so I wouldn't mind this idle downloading (whatever it is) as long as the major chunk of my internet connection is directed towards Cod4!
This has been happening of late. When i check the status of my connection, i notice that the "sent" and "received" bytes keeps on increasing when i'm idle. I'm pretty much sure there's no downloading of any sort in progress that I'm aware of. As a result of this, I can't watch videos in Youtube or play online games due to high ping.
[code] just came out with a new package called Roadrunner Broadband Extreme ($10 extra). The claimed speeds are 30GB down and 5GB up. I have a friend in another area of town who is getting these speeds consistently, although i will admit he lives in a much more "technologically advanced" area where there are several big technology businesses like IBM. I just had the service installed last week, and have even had the cable techs to the house, but i am not even close to getting what i paid for.On average a normal day i would test at between 14-17GB down and maybe 2.2 up (using Time Warner's speed test, on tests from places like Speakeasy the speeds show much lower).So the question after the long winded description is this. Is there any program i can use that may be able to safely tweak my system and get closer to the speeds i should be getting? I know i may never reach 30 down and 5 up, but if i could at least be in the 20's down and maybe 3.5-4 up.
I'm not sure about my title, it;'s the best I could come up with. I have approximately 7 computers, two iPhone, and iPad, wireless printers and a network attached storage. Most are connected over via wifi, the exceptions being one pc, the nas and a printer. I plan to add six more devices plus some ip cams. The way the router or network is configured whenever a guest connects to our wifi they can "see" our computers. I haven't been able to tell if they can see the files or just the name of the computer. Question 1: How can I tell if the guests are able to access the data on our computers or networked drive? Question 2: If I add a switch will I need to do anything special with regard to security?