So today all my remote offices can't connect to my server.
Looking as my asa 5510 in my main office it appears that the connections to the other offices is not working..So could this be from the power outage.I don't know how or why it would change no setting have been changed..
But staff at remote offices cannot connect to the server..The error they see is the primary dns is not responding.
I would like to know the various ways by which ISP's verify the various devices connected to their network. I live in a student apart with only 1 ISP. This ISP doesn't like the idea of clients sharing or distributing the same internet line. I purchased a wireless router in order to obtain wireless connectivity in & around my room, especially because i like using wifi on my mobile phone. My ISP then introduced MAC address authentication in order to limit the widespread use of routers, but i later figured that out and simply had to clone my pc's MAC address so that my router could obtain connectivity. But it's been about a month now since my router has lost connectivity. The only way by which i get internet is by directly connecting my pc and entering the appropriate static ip address. All my friends who also use routers in their rooms have also lost internet connection through router. I've been trying to figure out exactly which method he is presently using to authenticate the various devices connected to his network, so that i could use my router to also emulate my pc.
My pings, connected wirelessly.My pings, connected with an ethernet cable to the same router only a moment later, no difference in what programs are open and using the connection.This is a newer laptop model from Asus, specifically this one. Windows has been updated and the computer is otherwise well-maintained, I being a (usually) proficient pc user.This is on a friend's wireless network, not my own. I won't have access to my own until tomorrow but, anecdotally, I believe the symptoms are similar but a little worse here. Concerning his network, I have been sitting in the same room with two other people connected wirelessly as well to the same network for hours on end and they experience zero noticeable spikes.I've been trying to find a solution using google with no progress.
I am looking for any other compression methods I can use for my PPP multilink connection. The PPP multilink compression is composed of two T1 lines. There are no slip sec errors or packet errors that I saw recently. R1 is a 1911 and R2 is a 2911.
I have a 2504 controller and 2 2602 access points. I have managed to get them connected ok to the controller. Now I'm in the home stretch here trying to figure out how to authenticate clients to active directory 2003.I have followed a really good guide on setting up the windows 2003 CA server and have got my certificates installed ok on the controller.It looks as though I have to install the client certificate on each client laptop?? Is there a method other than client certificates with active directory?
I support a dental office that just went in on an x-ray machine with two other offices. So, there is a total of three seperate offices each with their own Internet connection and each on a different ip scheme. They all want to be able to see the Win XP computer connected to this x-ray computer. Ideally, they would each want to be able to run their dental software on this computer.
I have an Avaya IP office setup on a 1.5 mb T1 PRI at location 1. My second location is going to run IP phones over 15mb/1mb DSL connection. All calls will generate from the IP office at location 1. I will have 6-8 IP phones at location 2.I assume i need a VPN setup between the two office for the IP phones to work. I've been looking for the best VPN solution and it appears for a budget the Netgear FVS318 or FVS338 is the way to go. If I go that route do I just need a FVS338 or FVS318 at both locations?
We have two offices with two 1841 routers. Each office have two wan links (one ADSL with dialer, one SDSL) with fixed IP.The adsl link is the default route with failover.There is only one VTI working properly with the config below (the adsl one). If I remove the route "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 dialer 1 track 1" both VTI are working properly, however all traffic is going to SDSL witch is not the behaviour we would like to get.
get both VTI working with default route to ADSL link ?
------------------------------------------------ track 1 ip sla 1 reachability delay down 1 up 1 ! ! crypto isakmp policy 1 encr aes
Have 2 office locales. Currently have a Site to Site VPN over the public domain with 1 T-1 line on each side (different carriers). The performance is _poor_. A 2MB Excel file takes over 1 minute to open at the remote location (takes less than 10 seconds at primary location).Have approximately 20 users at the remote location (about 200 miles away); entry level firewalls; and primarily only work with MS Office files.
1) What are the differences between "Private Ethernet", "MPLS VPN", "Point to Point T-1s", and just old fashion Site to Site VPN? and is there one in particular we should focus on given we only have 2 offices?
2) Do we simply just need to increase our pipes on both sides from T-1s to 2 T-1s or a 10/10 IDE line to make our S2S VPN acceptable?
3) Is all that's really needed for P2P T-1s is to have the same carrier at both locations (this is available)? Do we still need VPN or if it's all over the same carrier it is secure?
4) If we go with Private Ethernet or Point to Point T-1s, would we then need another pipe to just get to the internet?
I have two cisco ASA 5505 devices and two cisco switches plugged to ASAs in each office. I need to create a VPN tunnel between two offices.
-Network behind the ASA1 in office1 is 192.168.1.0/24 with DHCP server – 192.168.1.10
-Networks behind the ASA2 in office2 are 192.168.5.0/25; 192.168.5.128/26 and 192.168.5.192/26
All computers in office2 need to get IPs from DHCP server 192.168.1.10. I have switch in office2 with 3 VLANS and I can assign computers from different subnets to different VLANs.How can I archive this goal? Should I assign 3 IPs for ASA2 inside interface (192.168.5.1, ...5.129, ...5.193) as a default gateways for each subnet? Should I put dhcp helper address 192.168.1.10 on the switch for each VLAN?
I have a cable modem in the basement and ethernet lines to two offices upstairs.I have a 4-port wireless router and a 5-port switch. I have a computer in each office and a NAS in one of the two offices.There is no direct wiring between the offices. I want to have internet access and access to the NAS from both offices. Will the following configuration work without having to go to Static IPs? 1) Modem01-> Router01->Switch01->Computer01; 2) Modem01->Router01->Switch01->NAS01; 3) Modem01->Router01->Computer02. If not, what needs to change?
I have setup a vpn connection at my remote offices with a 5505. At my main office I have a 5510.From my remote offices I can PING my Main office server. However when I go to set up a vpn connection through windows network and sharing center I can't seem to have the connection connect.....
I have the following problem on configuring ezvpn for the following situation: 3 different locations - 1 HQ with 2901 server and 2 offices with 861 clients. Clients connects to HQ, I do traffic between HQ and offices but I cannot ping between offices (ping from 192.168.1.0/24 to 192.168.2.0/24 and vice versa.
The configs: aaa new-model ! ! aaa authentication login default local aaa authentication login vpn_xauth_1 local [Code]....
i am looking at quoting the SF302-08P for a client which will have three small offices interconnected via single mode fiber. I am planning on connecting them to a 3560 switch. Each office will have no more than 3 - 7942 phones. I reviewed the notes on this switch and it seems it should support this phone type without any issues. Any support/reliability issues with this switch and the 7942s ?
I am trying to configure access to several remote offices for users who VPN into our main datacenter. The datacenter has a 5520, and the branches are connected through IPSec L2L VPNs. Branches all have 5505 or 5510's. Remote users use IPSec via the Cisco remote Client. Remote access into our data center works, and the L2L VPNs are perfect...just now that i need remote users to access the branches after Remote access VPNing (for support) i cant get that part to work.
I am in the process of opening an internet cafe. I dont know exactly what a pc server does on the network... or do I really need one? Is the switch/hub sufficent to connect all pcs to the moderm to connect to the internet?
Few days ago I started to get the following error message while trying to connect to the internet using Chrome and IE:"Unable to connect to the proxy server..."I don't have a proxy server configured - nothing is checked in the LAN settings page.In Firefox I don't have that problem - it seems it gets the proxy configuration from elsewhere.
I have a wireless Linksys E1500 router, and for quite a few months now, my router just stopped working properly. It quit, I unplugged everything and plugged it back in, and it worked, but from that point on, it's been displaying this:
In my device I am able to browse through & connect to my HOME wifi network ; But after connecting it says 'No Internet Access'.I tried connecting with my SONY Bluray , iphone , ipad , laptops -- everywhere same story.I am able to plug in the ethernet cable directly from modem & able to connect to network.I am not able to open the http://192.168.0.1 -- ( When I am plugged in the modem directly)
Following are my router details
FCCID - KA2DIR601A1 IC : 4216A-IR601 H/W Ver:A1 F.W Ver:1.00 NA
I'm trying to connect to my home laptop from work. The home laptop is connected to DIR-655 router. I set up the internal and external ports to 3389 using both TCP and UDP protocols with the Application as "Remote Desktop". From my work PC I enter the external IP with :3389 and it fails to connect. I have also tried accessing internally which is failing too. All computers are running Windows 7 Home Premium Remote Access is enable on all.
I just bought the e1000 router today and I'm already having trouble. I got it setup the first time and all my computers set up with it and it works fine for internet. Everything is snappy and responsive and I don't have any of the problems I did with my old belkin. However, I am unable to connect to the router using cisco connect or the web interface. I need to forward ports, configure wireless security, etc etc. All I did was disable the guest account through cisco connect, and then when the software just sat there doing nothing with the spinning circle in the middle, I opened task manager and killed the process to get it to go away. Now I can't connect using either cisco connect or the web interface.
Recently I installed connectify because my uni flat only had one wired outlet, and I wanted to use my xbox at the same time. It worked perfectly, but when I returned home I found my laptop could no longer connect to the home network, it just says it cannot connect, but all the over devices in the house work. My laptop can still connect to the internet via an ethernet cable but this isnt practical at home. I've uninstalled the connectify program, and tried my best to make sure I got rid of all the stuff it's done, but still my problem persists
I'm connected to a wifi at home on my cellphone, says signal status is excellent, 54mbps, wpa psk security but I cannot connect to the network. My desktop pc is connected via ethernet and it is working. I tried connecting to a neighbor's wifi and it worked on the same cellphone. WLAN light is flashing, the rest are solid. I have a prolink adsl router.
I have just built a PC desktop and do not think it has the wireless built-in on the motherboard. I'd like to connect to the local network wirelessly. I know that the easiest answer to this is to get a wireless PCI card. But can I ask that in order to be able to access to the LAN wirelessly, I could plug my PC directly into the wireless access point TP-Link.