I have to share some PDF files with members of my organization, I have a Windows XP Pro box dedicated for this. Currently they can access it from within the office as a shared folder. I would like to make it available remotely is there a better way other then as a FTP access.
I have a PC ready to use that I want to be used for sharing files, pictures and videos on between our multiple PCs in the house hold. I am going to have it constantly running (I have alot of cooling for it) but I need setting it up.I dont know if I should use Ubuntu Server or FreeNAS?
I have a PC ready to use that I want to be used for sharing files, pictures and videos on between our multiple PCs in the house hold. I am going to have it constantly running (I have alot of cooling for it) but I need setting it up. I dont know if I should use Ubuntu Server or FreeNAS?
I have a network that is currently set up in the following way:Modem -> vonage Motorola router -> wireless router Most computers are hard wired to the Motorola router. Some other ones connect via the linkseys wireless router. All computers are able to connect to the Internet. The problem I have is that I will be setting up a home computer as a file server connected to the Motorola router. The network acts as though it is two meaning that computers on one router can't see computers on the other router. What steps should I take in order to make all computers accessible through both routers.When I type 192.168.1.1 from a computer on the Motorola router, I get nothing, when I type in my actual ip address, I get the Motorola router. When I type in 192.168.1.1 from a linkseys connected computer, I get access to the linkseys router.
i have a WD My Book Live and it's connected to my DIR-825. i'd like to configure the router to allow FTP access to the NAS from the internet. the drive has an option to enable FTP in it's configuration, but i have not done this before and i don't know what to do to create a solid/secure FTP portal so that i can access my files remotely.how do i configure the router for this ? my router is set to DHCP and i have turned MAC filtering on.. in particular i am looking for the ability to transfer/copy files from the drive, and not allow any modification/writing to the drive from the outside.
I've got this problem about accessing a file server in my work office.
First, I used to have a desktop PC connected via ethernet cable to a wireless router (there's only one connection in this office but there are two of us, so we set up a router), and I was able to acces the file server by typing "\SERVERNAME" in the RUN command windows. I brought my laptop and I connected it to the router via wireless. After I tried accessing the server the same way I used to (typing "\SERVERNAME") but I got the "Windows cannot acces \servername". Well, I said, I'll try by connecting via ethernet cable, but I couldn't connect either. The only way I can access is by disconnecting the internet cable off the router and plugging it in my laptop's ethernet port. But the issue is that we've only got one connection and some other people connect wirelessly too. I can't understand why if connecting an ethernet cable to the router's LAN port, I was able to access the server from my desktop computer but when I tried the same way from my laptop I could not.Internet connection works fine in my laptop. Networks settings are ok i think. My laptop has Windows 7 and my desktop has Win XP.
I ma having issues trying to import a .PEM file into an ACE 4710. The original file was a PCKS12 file that was converted to a set of .PEM files as I have no access to any server to do a file transfer. This has worked in the past. the error I get is "Error: File not of recognized types - PEM, DER or PKCS12, import failed". I am not sure what is exactly failing. The cert was converted to a .PEM and the ACE imported that fine.
I am looking at purchasing a new Server, but one of my main requirements is to have remote access for users. What are the requirements for good remoting services and which server OS would provide at least adequate remoting services. That is being remoting that provides concurrent use, speed where things do not load slowly and perhaps ease of use, so users can access files.
I have a new (linksys/cisco) RV082 Router that I have just set up and everything is working except that I can't configure it to allow public access to our web server. I have tried configuring port forwarding under the Forwarding and UPnP menus and still no access from the outside. I have tried accessing it from the outside using both the URL and the IP address and still no access. I have checked with my ISP and no ports are being blocked from their end. I can ping my public static IP from the outside with no problem. The documentation that I've found for this router refers to a menu that is different from the menu of this router and refers to an Applications & Gaming menu which isn't there, but it seems like the port forwarding should handle this.
I have a static public IP, a static internal IP for the server. I have set the port forwarding and UpNP to point to the IP of the server using port 80 and a secondary forward to port 8080. There are no issues accessing the website from within the LAN.
Ive used an old 2500 in the past with multiple serial connections to achieve console connections to all my devices in remote offices. What to use now a days? I dont want to put in an old 2500, i would rather use something more modern. Ive seen a lot of devices out there.
why I am not able to receive an IP address on remote access VPN connection while I can get an IP address on local DHCP pool?I am trying to setup remote access VPN with ASA 5510. It works with local dhcp pool but doesn't seem to work when I tried using an existing DHCP server. It is being tested in an internal network as follows:
! ASA Version 8.2(5) ! interface Ethernet0/1 nameif inside security-level 100 ip address 10.6.0.12 255.255.254.0
why I am not able to receive an IP address on remote access VPN connection while I can get an IP address on local DHCP pool?
I am trying to setup remote access VPN with ASA 5510. It works with local dhcp pool but doesn't seem to work when I tried using an existing DHCP server. It is being tested in an internal network as follows:
I have a RV082 and several of my remote laptops cannot access my server using its domain name. It can be accessed using its internal ip address. The issue is that you can log onto the server using remote access and the ip however you cannot use any shortcuts using the domain name. You can see the server with the domin name however no access path is available. This is only on a few remote user laptops. Others work perfectly.
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 a Cisco ASA 5510. I have configured Cisco Anyconnect to authenticate via Windows IAS. We had an outage of that server recently and I tried to remote in via anyconnect and could not. Once the IAS server came up I could get back into the network.
Is there a command that I'm missing that will let me use Anyconnect to connect into the network even if my AAA server is down?
I've recently installed a new WRT610N router onto my small business network. Previously my network was as follows: Modem - Server - LAN where the server acts as a gateway using routing and remote access.
The addition to the setup now has the router between the modem and the server itself. After configuring everything - and DISABLING the router firewall and as last resort opening the server to the DMZ i'm having serious issues opening specific ports but not others.
To be specific - the server is sitting in the DMZ open right now. In my routing and remote access any port that I have being forwarded over to another computer is open from the internet with no issues. The problem lies with ports that need to be opened on the server itself with 127.0.0.1 where i'm getting a "connection timed out" from canyouseeme.org.
Why the local opening of ports is having issue? Before the router was installed everything worked great - however the router is needed for wifi and it cannot be configured as an access point only.
I'm setting up WHS 2011 for the first time. When attempting to set up Remote Web Access, WHS continues to recoginze my E4200 model information and router IP address but delivers the message 'Remote Web Access to Your Server is Blocked'. Cisco and MS say the router is compatible with WHS and that it should set up through the wizard but no luck following many attempts, including manual set up of DHCP Reservation and Single Port Forwarding on ports 80/443 (not sure I did this correctly).
I've taken the router back to default settings with the exception of enabling Remote Management under the Remote Management Access section of the Administration menu tab; tried again with the same result. What settings to change to make this work?
I am configuring remote access vpn on ASA5505.Everything is working fine so far, except when the client got connected, it still used the local DNS server provided by the ISP. How do I force the client to use the DNS server configured on ASA?
I tried to remotely access my disk connected to the USB port of the EA4500 and it failed until I disabled the IPv4/IPv6 SPI Firewall options. Surely, the firewall should not block the router's own FTP server!
I am working on a Drupal site which is on a virtual server (the way it's been explained to me). I've been told I need to work with it through webdev. So I can copy a file off the server and onto my local machine. I make my edits and then try to upload it to the server. I get locked out with the message: Error 0x80070021: The process cannot access the file because another process has locked a portion of the file. I have tried shutting down my code editor, opening and closing the connection, tried different methods of reaching the server (Cyberduck and through Window's map network feature) to no avail. What can I do?
Region : Singapore Model : TL-WDR4300 Hardware Version : V1
I need to set up remote access to my HDD connected to my WDR4300, so I can always go online when I am out to retrieve the saved files in the HDD. However I have zero knowledge of network setting of the FTP servers, I can gain access when I am home and connected to the Wireless network, but how to gain access remotely.
What I want to do is set up file sharing on both of my laptops so that they can share files both ways between them. I have in total 6 computers on my home network, and would like to limit the access to both to just the ones I want. I got about halfway before I hit an issue. My Windows 7 Ultimate is sharing both of its drives to my XP Home laptop, while being password protected for access from the other computers on my network. My XP Home Laptop cannot be shared without all the computers on my network having access too
I have windows 7 however, the other 7 all have Macs. What is the easiest way to set up file sharing so that all 8 of us can have secure access to a hard-drive so that we may all access music, pictures, and files specifically stored to that drive only. We do not want to grant each other access to our internal drives, only a network drive. I would like this shared drive to be secure.
Im in the process of trying to setup a home network. Computer A and Computer B are in the same workgroup. Username/password are the same.
Computer A = Windows XP sp3
Computer B = Windows 7 sp1
The two computers can communicate on the network. Can ping back and fourth with ip and computername. Computer B can access from what I can tell the whole C:/ drive from computer A. Doesnt ask for a password or anything like that. Just works the way it should.
However, I cant figure out how to share the C: drive from Computer B with Computer A.
Click on C: >> Properties >> Sharing And this is what i see on the sharing tab
It looks like its shared cause i see the \inteli5c. But when i go onto the other computer I cant access it. This picture doesnt seem to want to work. But that link is the screen that comes up when i try to access the C: from the opposite computer.
When I was using my Linksys router, I had no difficulties setting up Windows File Sharing on my computers but since I upgraded to the DIR-655, file sharing have hardly worked. Sometimes I could get one of the computers access files on another, but not the other away around. Most of the time, none of the computers have access to the files on any of the other computers. Two of the computers run Windows XP and another one runs Windows Vista. All computers are on the same workgroup and able to connect to the internet through the router. When calling D-Link tech support, I am told that they dont support file sharing and that I had to contact each computer's manufacture's tech support on the instructions on setting up the file sharing (each computer is from a different manufacture). One of the tech supports did drop the slight hint that I needed to recreate the home network, but when I tried to do that, all I could find is the settings to connect to the router (which I had set up when I installed the new router) and to enable file sharing (which is already done) and to assign the workgroup, which they were all are already assigned to the same group.
i'm trying to write a simple batch file to make my life easier. We have a few dozen Aix Boses that we telnet into and about 70 as400 Swift systems we telnet into. i was starting on a batch file like the one below where i could run it, type in the system and it log me over.What I want to add is for it to put in my user name. (if i could draw a password from a excel file that would be fantastic but id settle for just my user name). I have tried - l (username) at the end of telent and it didn't work. also tried -a. i keep getting the box with user name/password and there both blank. how i can get it to type in my user name?
here is my script.
@echo off set /p name= What system are you logging into? telnet %name%
i tried start script.vbs as another attempt using this info
I have been trying to get this setup for 2 days now and so far NADA.....
Router: Linksys E3000 - below is a list of all devices connected (hardwired T568B) to the 4 ports with a laptop connected via wireless
1. Main PC - motherboard: ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z (dual GB LAN ports) 2. Media Server - motherboard: MSI Z68A-GD80 (dual GB LAN ports) 3. Test Bench AMD PC 4. WD TV Live
Currently: I have all 3 computers running Windows 7 and connected to a Homegroup. I have given the correct permissions to enable sharing of files between each of the 3 computers and can transfer files from one PC to the next w/o any issues.
Desired: I want to connect my Main PC and Media Sever with a crossover cable using the 2nd LAN port on each motherboard, so that I don't have to go through the router to transfer data to and from these 2 PCs. I will have each PC also connected to the Linksys E3000 router via the 1st LAN port on each motherboard to supply the internet connection, so I am also not trying to "share" an internet connection between these 2 PCs. Basically, I want to run my home network through the Linksys E3000 and then a 2nd network for the 2 PCs using the crossover cable.
Current Problem: I disconnected the straight-through cables from the router to each computer from the 1st LAN port. I then connected the crossover cable from the Main PC to the Media Server and setup a new Home network in the Network and Sharing Center in Windows 7. Everything worked and I could transfer data to and from each these 2 PCs, so i know I wired the crossover cable correctly. Then I reconnected the straight-through cables coming from the router to the 1st LAN ports of each mobo, thinking that each PC would auto-detect the internet connection and reacquire my existing home network, enabling an internet connection again. However, this did not happen.
[URL] I also followed this how-to guide on microsoft.com, but when I get to Step 3 where it says that an "Unidentified network icon" will aprear in the Network and Sharing Center, it does not!
From Googling, reading, and troubleshooting I believe I know 2 things:
1. All of the hardware is functioning properly - when the straight-through cables from the router are disconnected, the 2 PCs are networked through the crossover cable and files can be transferred.
2. The problem is with Windows 7 somewhere - I think?
I am attempting to setup remote VPN access for clients but have been unable to connect remotely using Cisco VPN client. Here is the current configuration on the router. I think I'm almost there and may be missing a couple commands.
Current configuration : 4758 bytes ! version 12.4 service timestamps debug datetime msec service timestamps log datetime msec service password-encryption ! hostname FCC-1811-Router
Actually i was having an windows 2003 server with an public ip at my office... i had hosted a new site into that server ( iis ) in order to open the site it needs a vpn connection to read database remotely! now the problem here is after giving vpn connection i was unable to connect to the server through remote desktop from my home! if i need to connect to the server i need to setup the vpn connection at home also.. so is there any solution on how to connect to remote desktop even if vpn is connected.!
Actually i was having an windows 2003 server with an public ip at my office... i had hosted a new site into that servers ( iis )in order to open the site it needs a vpn connection to read database! now the problem here is after giving vpn connection i was unable to connect to the server through remote desktop from my home!! if i need to connect to the server i need to setup the vpn connection at home also. so is there any solution how to connect to remote desktop even if vpn is connected!