I am relocating UPS units and will need to buy longer power cables to extend from our 4506 and 4510 to the new location.I think I am looking at 15 to 20 feet but I am going to confirm. Is it okay to use longer cables?
we have installed TACAS server for all kinds of authentation. What i came to face is that when i configured enable mode password on ASA 5520 or 5510....maximum length this password is of 8 character but i need to more character.
I am installing a network in my small business and was given a spool of Cat5 cable to run wires... I know the length in feet of cable that I was given, but I was wondering if there is some kind of markers on the cable to tell me how much is left... I will be charged for it by foot after I'm done, and I want to know how much I've used. Do I have to just use a measuring tape? Seems unnecessarily complicated... I've checked the wire but can't see any marker of the length remaining.
how far apart an Aironet 1410 Bridge can be from the Power Injector (Dual Coax feeds). I just can't find the specification details. The device comes with a 20' and 50' F-type and I'm looking at 150' runs for both ends of the bridge pair.
What is the maximum allowed number of wired clients behind a workgroup bridge? In other words, is there a limit on MAC addresses?I assume 1262 AP in WGB mode is connecting to a lighweight AP (1262 or 3502), latest IOS and WLC software. I wasn't able to find the answer from Cisco documentation.
can i use any downlink port of the C4500-X switch as uplink without the need of the network module?i need to connect that switch to C6500E backbone without getting the network module, is that OK or i must get the network module?
I have a ethiernet cable that I can connect to my pc and get internet, when I connect that same cable to the wirless router, I can't get internet, what am I doing wrong.The PC I am using connect to other wireless routers on the same network, but this ethiernet cable only work on pc when put in direct
I have a cable that is not working on the router end or the computer end. Could I have the wrong cable? The writing on the package is: Category 5E patch cable 350 MHz UTP Standed 24AWG PVC jacket, molded boot. 50U" plugs complies with FCC part 68Cat5e patch cable, RJ45-RJ4524 AWG stranded, 568B
I have a Dell Precision 340 and I went to connect my modem and wireless router to the PC via my ethernet cable. When I hook it up, my computer says new hardware ethernet controller and wants me to add it. When I try to add it, it will not let me and wants me to add the hardware via a disk or CD rom, which I don't have. Because I can't get the ethernet cable to work on the PC I can't get internet, however the wireless router still works......
I've been having this DNS problem for 6 days or so. The internet doesn't work with cable nor Wi-Fi and I've tried almost everything, ping, configuring the DNS, IP, disabling everything, enabling everything, nslookup doesn't work, releasing and renewing doesn't work too, and to make things worst.(In the main computer, everything works just fine and the router settings appear to be correct too, my computer also works perfectly fine in other places with WLAN).
I just purchased a Belkin prepmium CAT5e networking cable and plugged it into an internet wall jack and hooked it up to my ps3 and the connection won't work. Does it have to be hooked up to a router? Is a CAT5e cable the same as ethernet? or will I need to buy a different cable?
When I use only wireless B everything works fine. if I try to use both N and B none of them work and no device manages to connect wirellsly. Is there any special setting? I try to use standard Wep security because I have some older devices that don't support WPA.