Servers :: Creating A Remote DNS Server On Windows 7?
Aug 14, 2011
I am wanting to improve my download and upload speeds. I read this statement at maheez.com "Solution for requesting pages is set up your own DNS server, with is kinda complicated (basically what happens, is instead of asking some remote server (takes time) for the site IP needed to connect to, youll request it on your own pc, giving you a higher site access speed).
I am trying to set up to watch a live webcast and get the the following essage,"Windows Media Player cannot connect to the server. The server name might not be correct, the server might not be available, or your proxy settings might not be correct." I have tried to verify proxy server settings and it still gives me the message.
i have a server with windows server 2003 that SQL server 2008 is installed on it.regulary server service will be stoped automativcaly and all shared folders will be unshared and i must restart server and waiting for next stop and .
we have two servers in our network, one functions as a file server (windows server 2008) and the other as a domain controller with active directory and some database applications running on it (windows SBS 2003). the file server has folders for the different units in our company, these are shared folders. these folders can be accessed by anyone with a domain login by running \servername from their computers, without any further authentication required.
i have tried to set up sharing restrictions with no success, for example the Accounts folder, i right click on it and select properties, and the sharing or security. under both tabs i added three names of those that i want to have access to the folder. these names appear in the sharing list together with:administrator(servernameadministrator) administrators (servernameadministrators) administrator systemeveryone has not been added as is the case with all other folders. what is this system on the list? how i can restrict access, perhaps there is a setting that i have missed or settings in the network that prevent these restrictions?
I would like to allow remote access to a windows server through a ASA (5505) firewall. Users will use the vpn connection in order to connect to a private network. Is there any link that describes the steps for ASDM?
I have 2 laptops, one is running VISTA and one is running Windows 8. They are connected to my wireless router. I also have a desktop running Windows 7 that is wired to router. I have searched the internet and cannot find how to set up a new network without using a HOMEGROUP?
I have desktop with windows 7. I am connected to internet through D-link ADSL 2+ router using RJ 45 cable. I want to create wifi hot spot on this desktop. I tried installing connectify software. But when I try to configure hot spot with connectify it says No wi-fi device present. Now what hardware do I exactly need to turn my comp into wifi hotspot?
I'm relatively competent with adding new hardware to an existing network but I am not sure how to do something a little more complicated. I have a small business server that hosts 6 computers via wired network. We run a cable from the main office across the lot to the shop where it connects to a wireless enabled router. The router is wired to two more PCs and hosts 1 laptop wirelessly. I would like to two PCs to be able to connect to the server and access all the common files stored in the server drive - how do I get the PCs to see the server and not just the router/each other? I don't need the laptop to connect to the server, but we do need to wireless router to connect the laptop to the internet.
Remote Desktop can't connect, so I've got four servers in the same LAN. Whenever I try remotly access the web server, the message (Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for one of these reasons: 1. Remote access to the server is not enable. 2. The remote computer is turned off. 3. The remote computer is not available on the network) The thing is that I can connect to all servers with any desktop computer in the network, but when I try to do it in my laptop (that is connected to the same LAN) I've got access to the other servers but not to the web server. Sometimes I had to restart this server and works fine for a little while.
I planned for my customer to replace his old LMS 4.0.1 server under Windows 2003 by a new server under Windows 2008 R2.Customer wants also to set a new LMS name and IP address for the new server under Windows 2008 R2 and keep both servers on the network.I'm wondering what could be the best procedure to do that migration.Can I used backup / restore procedure in that case ?If yes, what file must I modify to adapt the new LMS configuration to new hostname and IP Address ?
"Remote Desktop Disconnected - The remote connection has timed out. Please try connecting to the remote computer again."I am not behind any network, firewall, outer...I tried to turn off firewall and antivirus programs to see if they are blocking it. It didn't work. All I could find from Microsoft support site refer to the server side configuration. But I know problem isn't with server, because I am able to connect from another PC (notebook running windows 7 with wireless connection). It is working straightforward with default settings.
I have a small network in my garage, it's basically made up of a bunch of test servers. Those and a win xp machine are all hooked up to a switch, and the win xp machine also has a wireless usb stick that is connected to my wireless router, and is being used to share internet to the rest of the machines. The test servers along with the NIC card on my win xp machine sit on a different subnet, however.When I remote into the win xp machine from my house, i can run a second remote desktop in the first session, into any of my servers. I want to do work on them, but its very laggy.
Is there a way I can setup a port either on the win xp machine or my wireless router so that i can remote directly into one of the servers? so if the win xp machine has a wireless ip address of 188.8.131.52, and one of the servers on the 2nd subnet has an internal ip of 184.108.40.206, can i have it so i can make, for instance, 220.127.116.11:6333 forward to 18.104.22.168? If not, is there any other way i can directly remote into one of the servers, by passing the first remote desktop into win xp? What settings would have to be the same across the line?
Users are connecting to Site A (PIX 515e) via Cisco VPN client and can access servers/resources within that site no problem. They cannot access anything within Site B (ASA 5505) however. Devices communicating between Site A and Site B have no issues (have site to site VPN configured). I'm assuming that I'm missing something in configuration - or is it not possible for VPN clients connected to the PIX firewall and access data on the other network?
I have successfully installed and configured VPN Client - Version 5.0.07 to connect to ASA 5510 from a remote workstation. Here is the problem, I cannot ping any of the servers or workstations after I successfully connect. I can ping the ASA 5510 using its internal LAN IP, but no other nodes will respond on the remote LAN.
I have a Cisco ASA 5510 that was set up as a VPN server for working remote. I have disabled split tunneling so that all traffic created while VPN'd in goes through the ASA. The problem I'm having I believe would be resolved if I enabled split tunneling but I would prefer another solution. Now..for the problem.When a user is connected via VPN, they can hit all intended devices both public and private accept servers that have static NATs in the FW. So Server A has a public of 22.214.171.124 which is one to one mapped to private address of 10.1.1.1. Now if the remote user brings up a browser and goes to 126.96.36.199 it wont work. The FW gives me a error which is posted below. However, using the private IP of the server works. I thought about trying to manipulate DNS to resolve this as the remote users are using URLs and not IPs when trying to reach these servers but again, was hoping I could resolve the NAT problem that the FW seems to be having.
Asymmetric NAT rules matched for forward and reverse flows; Connection for tcp src Outside:192.168.202.100/49238 dst INSIDE:188.8.131.52/80 denied due to NAT reverse path failure 192.168.202.x/24 is the remote vpn ip given via the ASA.
I have setup a site-to-site VPN tunnel between 2 sites using CISCO rv120w.Everything works fine; any PC on one site can access all systems on the other site and vice-versa.The issue I have is when I start a VPN connection another site on Internet using IPSecuritas.I can initiate a VPN to site 1 and site 2; but when connected, I can only access servers that are located into the same site I'm connected to; I cannot ping the remote site.The Range of IP addresses on the internet during my tests is 192.168.11.0 (I 'm using a Mac)
-Systems with IP 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.10.1 are bridges -Systems with IP 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.10.2 are CISCO rv120w