I've got a router on which I run a backup/media/print server, a couple of computers and a voip box. My router has only four ethernet lan sockets which are thus all occupied by the above, but I need to attach at least one further device b
Secondly, could a splitter such as >> this one << do the job? I'm guessing this basically split a single 4-pair ethernet connection into two 2-pair ethernet connections.
I just got done running CAT 6 wire's into different rooms and placing jacks on the wall which all works correcting going into the patch panel. The problem I am having is that the Access Points on the ceiling I decided to make it a little easier and use regular network cable and cut one end off and place it into the patch panel the same way as all the jacks. The AP's are POE and they are just not getting on the network. Do I need to do something different for this cable?The way I punched all the wall jacks and all the cables to the patch panel is by using section B on the jack so because of me cutting a cable and leaving one end on, should I use A or is there something else I should do?
I have a desktop and a laptop computer. both equipped with Gigabit Lan port... I connect them with Straight cable by assigning both computers IP address. I havnt use any switch or router between computers.... The problem is that my transfer speed is about= ~10MB/s..... As far i know the transfer speed should be around 70-80MB/s (125MB/s for Gigabit Lan).....
Is it possible to run a large LAN over copper twisted pair cables?This is to connect 41 PC's that monitor fire systems on a large hospital site.I am trying to use the existing cable that is wired in a loop all round the site.
I have a long 2 pair cat 5 cable which I want to use to connect a ADSL modem to my desktop (located in a different room). I took the cable to few local computer dealers but none of them could connect an RJ-45 connector to it. They can only connect a 4 pair cat 5 cable. Connect a 2 pair cat 5 Ethernet cable to a RJ-45 connector. Kindly use simple language. I have attached an image of the cable for your reference. [URL]
I have only one computer right now.Had two, and got very weak signal to laptop (since discarded) upstairs from Linksys g 54Mbits downstairs at main desktop computer desktop.I have tried three different kinds of 54Mbits wifi routers, all with no success.I'm going to get my wife a new wifi laptop for Christmas, and she wants to be able to use it all over the house.The 54Mbits will cover the downstairs, but, based on previous efforts, I am thinking of putting my modem in the garage, where the cable enters my house, and using a splitter on the cable coming out of the modem to make two IN cables, using one cable for my comp and a 54Mbits router (for downstairs coverage), and putting a second wifi router on the end of the upstairs cable, to cover the upstairs rooms.My house has cable outlets in every room, so I won't have to do any wiring.
I plan to leave the routers on all the time (at this time) subject to how much of a bandwidth drop they cause. I have a 100 Mbps connection, and I play games, so I'd like to retain as much bandwidth as possible. I assume the two "on" wifi routers will pull zero bandwidth as long as the laptop is off. (??)Or maybe I should just try an "n" wifi router, since they get twice the distance, and forget the cable splitter idea.
can i use a cable splitter to connect my digital phone and my router? Currently my digital phone box is connected to the cable modem and my router is connected to the digital phone box. However I noticed that the internet speed is negatively affected.
I have linksys X2000 modem and linksys WAG 200G modem I can use them both if needed I want to share my internet with my brother on our house But I want each one of us to have equal bandwidth ( speed ) How can I do this using those devices.
We have a pair of N7K distribution switches connected to a pair of N7K Aggregation switches.We run vPC on both pairs of n7k's.
-n7k-d1 has two interfaces in a Port-Channel connecting to n7k-a1 & n7k-a2. (PC1) -n7k-d2 also has two interfaces in a Port-Channel connecting to n7k-a1 & n7k-a2. (PC2)
My problem is that Spanning-Tree is blocking PC2 and all traffic from n7k-d2 is traversing the Peer-Link before reaching the Aggregation layer. Is this the best design for connecting two pairs of n7k's with vPC or if a better design would be to connect all 4 links into the same Port-Channel and vPC?
We have ASA 5520 acting as the VPN Server and Cisco 1941 router as EZVPN client. Since last few days client is not able to establish vpn connection. 1941 router is continuously generating the below log messages
001569: Jul 22 12:19:05.883 ABC: %CRYPTO-4-EZVPN_SA_LIMIT: EZVPN(VPNGROUP) Split tunnel attributes(51) greater than max allowed split attributes(50) 001574: Jul 22 12:19:07.835 ABC: %CRYPTO-6-EZVPN_CONNECTION_DOWN: (Client) User=vpn_user Group=VPNGROUP Client_public_addr=<client public ip> Server_public_addr=<server public ip> 004943: Jul 22 11:32:42.247 ABC: %IP_VFR-4-FRAG_TABLE_OVERFLOW: Dialer1: the fragment table has reached its maximum threshold 16
My VDSL subscription will include both Internet, and TV. The supplied router then makes them available via two separate ports with different address ranges. LAN cables then connect to the computers and TV decoder from these ports.In the house there is a single Ethernet cable already running through the walls from the basement to the lounge on the ground floor. I want to consolidate both the Internet and TV data onto this cable and then split it apart again at the other side to go to a TV decoder and a wifi router.I don't want the VDSL router to be in the lounge as I will also have a TV decoder and Internet connection in the basement.I am renting the property so I can't run new cables through the walls etc.
I am troubleshooting a fiber connectivity issue.Now I have two switches, one is 3750, and another is small biz 300 series switch. Both switch has a single mode smf gbic. Now I have two swtiches face to face and connect with a single mode cable. Do you think if I would get a link light on? Both ports are no shutdown.
I purchased a D-Link switch that supports MDI-X so I should be able to use only straight through cables according to the manual. My Router (Wrt54gs) also supports MDI-X, yet when I plug a straight through cable from port 4 on router to port 1 on the switch -> then a straight through from port 2 on the switch to my computer, I don't get an IP address.If I connect a crossover cable from the router to port 1 on D link switch -> then straight through from port 2 to computer, it works just fine.I am going to purchase an extra crossover cable to use for this but I'm really curious as to why it wont work this way? DES-1105 is the model of the switch. "THE DES-1105 CAN BE CONNECTED TO ANOTHER SWITCH OR OTHER DEVICES (ROUTERS BRIDGES ETC) VIA A TWO-PAIR CATEGORY 3,4,5 UTP/STP STRAIGHT THROUGH OR CROSSOVER CABLE."
I have a scenario where I may have to run VRFs on a router that is currently facing an ISP as a BGP peer. peering two BGP peers, one of which is VRF aware (and hence configured within the address-family ipv4 vrf X subsection) and the other is not? (the BGP aware and internet facing segment will go into its own VRF where previously this router was only in that VRF and hence had no awareness).Are there any caveats or restrictions? Does the presence of the VRF throw the ISP peer?
I'm looking to deploy a pair of 6500s running VSS. VSS will be established over a pair of 40GBASE-SR4 QSFP+ transceivers in each switch.Do we need MTP/MPO crossover cables or straight through cables to connect the QSFPs?Since the two switches are sitting side by side the MTP/MPO cables will be passed directly between the two racks.As a result there will be no intervening fibre fobots used.
For some weeks I have been trying to pair my Samsung Galaxy S2 with my Lenovo Thankpad SL500. The consistent message is "Unable to pair with [laptop]. Incorrect PIN or PASSWORD.
Well which is? PIN? or PASSWORD? - or does the system not know, so it's taking a guess? If it doesn't know, how can I possibly know?
Having read many articles about his on the www, I am still none the wiser as to what is causing this. What's wrong with the PIN or PASSWORD - is it too hot, or too cold? Wrong font face, colour or size? Wrong latitiude, longitude or elevation? Wrong time of day or month? Are the auspices in general not favourable? Am I facing in the wrong direction as I type? Have I chosen the wrong weight/color of paper for my printer? Is my body odor unacceptable? Is the length of grass in my lawn not quite right? Oh, the number of options is so large - where does one start?
Oh, and before I forget - assuming I can find what constitutes a correct PIN or PASSWORD, where does one set it? btw pairing this phone with the media player in my 10 year old car works immediately and flawlessly!
We would like to install a pair of ACS 5.4 apliance as primary /backup in our two datacentres.I have some question regarding degin.
1- We have 800+ network device to monitor , can we install by range of address instead of instlling one by one in device host database ? 2- Do We have to install all 800 device first on Primary and then again on backup or Primary will replicate to backup server? 3- We do not have real IP address yet, so if we built with dummy address and make them pair and all the database sync, then when we change their IP address, will the distributed primary pair will have any issue with backup ACS server?
I got cable modem broadband and need to share that Internet amongst my home, my home office and the apartment I rent out to a tenant on the second floor. I also need them to be on separate networks/LANs/zones so they can't see each other (but still sharing the same Internet connection). How do I do this?
I need to split a client's current LAN into 2 LANs so that the staff's office computers and devices are not accessible to the residents/guests. They currently have a modem+router device that gets it's public IP via DHCP, a couple of switches and a wireless access point that both staff and residents connect to (same SSID). The catch is they don't have static public IPs and the modem+router device MUST keep the current LAN IP network schema (10.1.10.0/24) or the ISP won't provide technical support.
Im about to move into a sleepout which is about 20 metres away from the router. I was thinking of laying a network cable out to my room which would connect to a switch then use network cables to connect up my PS3, TV and Computer. Is this all going to work?
I have 2 5508 that are currently running as active with 150 licenses each. I want to go to HA SSO can 100 of the licenses be relicensed to the primary since it only requires 50 licenses to convert an active license 5508 to standby HA SSO?
i am trying to setup a failover pair on Cisco asa 5520 - need a state full failover. Do i need two ports dedicated to obtain the above - one for LAN based failover and one for state full fail over ? also do i need a switch in between to connect them ?