Can the N150 be set up so that it just runs a private network - not connect to the internet? The auto-setup doesn't seem to work without a modem attached to it and I don't want it to be hooked up to the outside world, just a few computers and a NAS device on a private net.
i'm trying to connect 5 servers together to create a private network.Each server has a network of it's own and i'm trying to make all 5 servers communicate with each other to share and search data simultaneously..
I'm trying to set up this 1130AG with a private wireless network and a guest wireless network. Initially it had just one wireless (private) and it worked fine, but then when I created the two VLANs for each SSID and then the guest SSID and now the guest SSID is visible/broadcasting, but the private SSID has disappeared or is off.
P.S. - It's a Cisco Aironet 1130AG (AIR-AP1131AG-A-K9) running 12.3(8)JEA system software and I'm using the web GUI (I'm not familar with the command line for Cisco products yet).
the site has a private wireless network for which I pay a yearly access fee. This gives me a code I can use to gain access each time I connect. We used to be able to have all our family's laptops, etc., connected at the same time using this code, but the site has recently changed the configuration so that we can't do this. Is there any way we can share the connection made by one computer so that we can all access the Internet at the same time? The site is in a remote location that gets poor mobile data coverage and landlines are not an option. The yearly fee is already high, so I can't afford to pay for multiple subscriptions.
I named my network "abc," and the system appends "-guest" to it, i.e.., "ABC-guest", to use as the guest network name. I want to hide the name of the primary/private network completely. Why can't I do that? I know I can use a different password.
Why is it that my netbook doesn't have internet access on my Private Network? But when I connect it to my Guest Network, it does have an internet access. It's the only device I have that doesn't have internet access on my Private Network. The rest are working. I tried all the possible options to connect a device but still the problem exist.
I would replace an old Levelone Router with a Linksys E2500.I have 3 different routed private networks (e.g. 192.168.1.0/24 , 192.168.101.0/24 and 10.0.0.0/24) How can I forward different ports to this 3 different private networks with an E2500.Under "Games&Applications" in the" Portforwarding" menu the first 3 octets of the "to IP-address" are fix and corresponds ever with the LAN ip address of th E2500.
We are trying to setup a WAP4410N with 2 SSID's. One SSID for our private network and the other for guest internet access. On the VLAN and QoS page there is a setting for priority. What would be the suggested values for this setting? We obviously want our private network to receive priority over our guest network.Also, does VLAN Tag setting need to be on Tagged to determine private from guest traffic?
my private ip add is been hacked by someone, I have chk from various sites but the host name is unavailable so pls let me know how to get the host name of that pc & how can i get my ip 10.62.11.33 back to my org
I have a IBM T23 laptop that I have reformatted and am trying to log onto my wireless internet via a linksys pcmcia card which When I try to connect it tells me I have private IP address and I am not sure how I can reconfig so that I can connect via my router to the internet.
I have two Win XP machines. One is connected to the LAN and the other is a standalone. I have installed an additional network card on the machine connected to the LAN. That machine is linked to the standalone through a switch using the 162.198.1.xxx sequence of IPs, with 255.255.255.0 as the subnet mask and no DNSWINS, or anything else. I can ping either machine from the other through the private network, but cannot see the files. I need to pull certain files from the standalone, but have not been able to even see them.
I want to add server(Intel PC with 2.8 P4 processor, 1GB RAM and 80GB harddisk) to my private network (not accessible from outside).I have 50 users in my network ( approximately 30 users login at same time)what simple good things that I could have on the server( website, forum,...) and what OS should I install on it?
Is it possible to use 1 private IP through VPN and same private IP mapped with Public IP? For example 192.168.0.1 is configured in VPN tunnel. i m able to ssh on both ends. ( VPN phase 1 and phase 2 gets completed)But when i map 192.168.0.1 with some public IP problem starts. when i try ssh i see public IP in my destination firewall logs. IPSEC: Received an ESP packet xx.xx.xx.xx "mapped public IP". The decapsulated inner packet doesn't match the negotiated policy in the SA, The packet specifies its destination as
How can a public ip be traced back to private ip. for instance if the ip is 126.96.36.199 it is traced as
188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 10.10.10.10 18.104.22.168
I thought it could be VPN but then u still need a public facing ip , or can it be the fact that the public ip is router to nat and from nat to internet but then 10 range will need to be converted back to public which does not happen as from the private 10.10.10.10 it moves to the next router which is an isp device and not clients one?
I'm starting college in the fall and will be living in the dorms on campus. I want to have a "private network" setup within the university's network in my dorm room so my and my roommate's phones and iPads can still find my Apple TV, file sharing and network drives are still possible, and I can easily set up my network printer. Obviously, I don't want to lose Internet connectivity. Can I use NAT to accomplish this without losing Internet connection through the university?
how the sysops will hate me if they find me, I know this. It's not for malicious use, only for ease of use of my devices.
This may be totally off base, that's why I'm asking if this will work before I try it. I have an old WRT54G I would like to use if its capable, if not I'll buy a new one but I'm trying to avoid that. Here's what I'm thinking:
My router plugged into the University's Ethernet port in my room (for this setup do I use a LAN port or the WAN port on the router?) DHCP disabled, all devices static IP On the "Advanced Routing" tab: "Router" mode, not "gateway" mode What should my destination LAN ip be? Gateway? LAN & Wireless or WAN?
Switch connected to the router
Devices connected to the switch or connected wirelessly Should my gateway and DNS on each device be the host address assigned to my router?
I'm looking to put together a solution for a customer that wants to "bridge" between their current office and a new office space they have rented. I know how to set up a site-to-site VPN between two sites with different private IP ranges. For example, site A is 192.168.1.0/24 and site B is 192.168.2.0/24. But is it possible to make both sites appear as a single IP block? This way, systems could be moved one by one without renumbering.I am guessing there might be a way to tunnel the layer 2 traffic and make it work, but I am concerned about broadcast services being broken. I am using non-cisco platforms so I am just looking for pointers on the protocols that might be used so I can do further research.
I get an Ethernet cable from his router in my unit. I also have my own router. I was wondering if there is a way for me to create a private network for myself using my router and still have access to internet?
Our network at work is running out of IP addresses to lease and we are looking at the best solution of providing more addresses for clients machines on the network.What I was hoping to do was configure our Wireless AP�s through the switches (NetGear GS724T/P) so they provide a different IP to wireless clients on a separate range but still allow full communication with other devices on our network such as servers etc so they can access resources and services as normal.Currently our standard laptops connect automatically to our AP if in range and most of these are also connecting via Ethernet as well so each laptop is being leased two IP addresses which is a waste.The current config for clients is on the range 10.7.1.1-254, subnet 255.255.254.0Servers/Printer and networking devices on 10.7.0.1-254, subnet 255.255.254.0DHCP is controlled via Windows Server2003 DC
I have a Motorola SBG6580 wireless gateway/router and am happy with it in general. I had a 192.168.2.n subnet with old Linksys but I find that I cannot change the MOT from its pre-set 192.168.0.n net to the ..2.net because it conflicts with a "private LAN" in the same range. How do I change the provate lan to, for example, ..9.n so I can use the ...2.n net? I'm running with the ..0.n now, just fine, but, I VPN into office and primary net there is ..0.n and so is confusing with IP shortcuts/conflicts. how to make the change?
i recently get high speed link for my compagny to replace the old frame realy.the internet service provider gave me a non routable range to set on my asa like this : [code]then the ISP tell my public ip wan range was x22.214.171.124/29.i made this kind of configuration works when i put a cisco routeur in befor the cisco asa like this: [code] it is possible to make this works on cisco asa 5510 without putting a router in front ?if it works problem can happen to establishing vpn from the outside interface having a private ip ?
I have a server with IP address 10.10.10.10/24. I have two ISPs and their public IP address subnets are 126.96.36.199/25 and 188.8.131.52/25. The gateways are ASA 8.0 and ASA 8.4.I am getting rid of the 184.108.40.206/25 ISP. However I will need the Internet users to be able to access the server via both ISPs at the same time.The only way I can think of is to do policy based dynamic PAT so the Internet user IPs will be translated into an internal IP. Idealy, users connecting on 220.127.116.11 will be PAT to 10.1.1.10 and users connecting to 18.104.22.168 will be PAT to 10.2.2.10. When the server responds to them, it will then route to the correct ASA..
we have one OC-24 private line between our data centers. we are looking to get best throughput but we get max. avg throughput of 300Mbps with peaks of 800Mbps throughput. i.e. we transfered 2TB of data over this link and we got average throughput of 300Mbps with peaks of 800Mbps.
we should at least be getting 800Mbps throughput since we have OC-24 (1244Mbps) private line. we contacted our ISP but they said there isn't any problem in private line from ISP side. what can we do to increase average throughput?
We have some Cisco 2911's that we are configuring 2 VPN's ( second is for redundancy) We are pretty confident on the failover VPN setup using SLA monitoring.
One thing we are stuck on is the redundant VPN will be setup over a 3G connection provided by verizon. Verizon issues a Private IP ( 192.168.100.X) the far end device terminating the VPN has a public ip of 183.172.22.XX , what kind of NAT translation do I need to make this work ? Also does Cisco have any good configuration examples for VPN Failover setups for Cisco 2911's?
I have my SSL server certficate on my old acs 3.3.along with private key file , How i can export this private file with .pem extension from windows 2000 server , This private key file is not identified under certificate mmc console , Because my acs application is being installed on a separate hardisk partition under D drive .
file path : d:Certificatesh02cacsw02.pem
how i can export this.pem from that particular folder
I have a VPN with a number of servers where we are doing some software development. We have a TFS, Web, App and SQL Server etc.. inside a private LAN which is accessible via VPN. Nothing inside the private network can access outbound. However, I would like to open the Web Server on the private LAN to be able to be accessed via http(s).As we develop the software I want to access the site from the internet.It's a fairly simple setup.DSL > Modem > Home Lan. On the Home Lan I have a Server (2 ethernets) connected to the modem router and the other card to a hub. This server acts as the VPN server, DHCP etc.. for the Private LAN.The web server I want to be able to access from outside is the one inside the private network. Any recommendations?fyi, I'm not a networking guy, I hacked my way through setting up the private network through a number of great YouTube videos, that saved me a lot of time.