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    Sounds like you have WAN management enabled on...

    Sounds like you have WAN management enabled on the RV0. You need to turn that off or change the port it uses. I forget exactly where in the config pages the settings are, and don't have a unit in...
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    switch(config)# ip http server ...

    switch(config)# ip http server enables web server
    switch(config)# ip http secure-server enables secure web server
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    A basic web management interface is included in...

    A basic web management interface is included in IOS, but disabled by default. Enable that and see if it meets your needs.
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    What type of internet service do you have? Does...

    What type of internet service do you have? Does the PC have two network connections setup to do ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)? You will need to have some external device supplied by an ISP that...
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    Can you supply some more details? What...

    Can you supply some more details?

    What "devices" are we talking about (workstations, servers, routers, printers, etc.)?
    When you say a default gateway "like" do you mean that was the default...
  6. Thread: T1 and VLANS

    by ErikD
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    Worst attitude? You came asking for help, and...

    Worst attitude? You came asking for help, and got some suggestions. There is a big difference between doing something the easiest and best way from a technical/business perspective and just doing...
  7. Thread: T1 and VLANS

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    Did you read the previous post by YOSC and answer...

    Did you read the previous post by YOSC and answer any of those questions? Using LogMeIn or GoToMyPC would be an easy and cheap method for a single user.

    What is in the office? What router,...
  8. Thread: T1 and VLANS

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    VLANs are also used to minimize traffic in larger...

    VLANs are also used to minimize traffic in larger networks, but have routing between them setup so all computers can access everything. This also makes it easier to troubleshoot problems when you...
  9. IIS and DNS have nothing to do with each other,...

    IIS and DNS have nothing to do with each other, and I would guess that if this is a webserver already hosting one site at the root domain it will already have IIS installed anyway.

    Now is this for...
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    Did you configure a static route on the Linksys...

    Did you configure a static route on the Linksys to the other subnet?
  11. If all you want to do is have both PCs connected...

    If all you want to do is have both PCs connected to the internet then make sure you have a router. Connect each PC to the router, and you are done, no need for a second NIC in either of them.
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  12. Why do you want to have two NICs? If this is to...

    Why do you want to have two NICs? If this is to be connected into the same network you will need some software (driver) to make it work properly.

    Bridging is to connect two different network...
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    You should have the modem connected to the...

    You should have the modem connected to the "Internet" port of the router, and the first PC connected to one of the numbered ports of the router.

    Then navigate to the configuration web page for the...
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    The 25 connection limit on your SW has nothing to...

    The 25 connection limit on your SW has nothing to do with DHCP, and is just a licensing issue. Cisco does the same thing with its SOHO model firewalls (PIX 501, ASA 5505) when you buy them. You get...
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    Did you read the instructions for whatever model...

    Did you read the instructions for whatever model of routers you will be using? They are usually pretty helpful in explaining what to put in the boxes.

    General:

    Local subnet = subnet that...
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    Yes, it would seem you have some sort of basic...

    Yes, it would seem you have some sort of basic routing setup between the sites. I would say get the actual config of both routers on paper so you can check yourself. It is very possible that the...
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    The 2600 series is at End of Life with Cisco, but...

    The 2600 series is at End of Life with Cisco, but if they are supplied and supported by the ISP I guess it doesn't matter much.

    Passing traffic means very little. If there is something configured...
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    When I hear about any equipment leased/rented...

    When I hear about any equipment leased/rented from an ISP they are usually my first call. Without any access to the configuration of those devices there is no way to be certain that there is no ACL...
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    Can you browse the network on the other side of...

    Can you browse the network on the other side of the T1? For example can the branch office users get to files on the shared folders?

    How does the PTP connect to the main site? Is there a firewall...
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    What subnet masks are you using to get those...

    What subnet masks are you using to get those scopes? Usually those would be multiple subnets, and thus should cover multiple different scopes.

    Also, no servers in the branch office? All DHCP,...
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    For inbound or outbound traffic? One easy way...

    For inbound or outbound traffic?

    One easy way would be to do a scan of the external IP from anywhere using something like Neusses. Shields Up will do the same thing from any PC at the site.
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    You can post if you like. I for one will not do...

    You can post if you like. I for one will not do your homework for you. I have been through school, and worked hard to do my assignments. Posting the requirements and your proposed solution for...
  23. Thread: Gigabit Network

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    Your hard drive is the most likely suspect. The...

    Your hard drive is the most likely suspect. The network can only move data as fast as it can be read from a drive and written to the destination.

    Besides you are getting very close to the...
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    Actually I think you are mistaken. The agent is...

    Actually I think you are mistaken. The agent is needed to make a backup OF the server/computer it is installed on. Since you want to backup to that server it shouldn't be necessary. Just map as a...
  25. Thread: Can't Setup VPN

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    Try browsing by IP address instead of hostname.

    Try browsing by IP address instead of hostname.
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    Have you tried an ipconfig /release followed by...

    Have you tried an ipconfig /release followed by /renew to make sure they have an active IP address lease?
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    Yep, there is no reason the Sonicwall NEEDS to...

    Yep, there is no reason the Sonicwall NEEDS to handle DHCP. My guess is whoever you were talking to gave it out as a quick and simple answer to avoid a lot of troubleshooting and problem solving...
  28. Thread: Can't Setup VPN

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    If you didn't setup a username then you are using...

    If you didn't setup a username then you are using the default one. Try setting up a user on both machines with the exact same name, and use that. Sounds like you are just having problems with...
  29. Thread: Can't Setup VPN

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    You shouldn't need LLTP. Is simple file...

    You shouldn't need LLTP.

    Is simple file sharing setup on the XP machine? Do you have an account that has the same exact username and password setup on both machines?
  30. Thread: Can't Setup VPN

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    Not only do you not need a VPN a VPN will never...

    Not only do you not need a VPN a VPN will never work to connect two computers on the same network. One of the requirements for VPN is that both computers belong to networks which use different IP...
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