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I have a leviton SMC panel which the insturctions says to use T568A. So that means my wall outlet jacks will be wired up using the T568A scheme. I am also making my own patch cables, for both at the SMC and from wall jack to computers. if I make the cables with T568B standard (straight through) will it cause signal to be degraded at all?
This is actually a two tiered problem. I have to FTP some rather huge files to a friend who has an FTP server set up on his DSL connection. When I was on Comcast on a Linksys BEFSR81 (older from before the Cisco buyout) I was able to FTP in with no problem, start the transfer and go to bed. By morning it was just about done. Now I moved out of that place, bought another BEFSR81, but this one is newer and is branded with Cisco/Linksys. I can log into his FTP server with no problems, but when i start the transfer, nothing goes. I go back to my parents on Comcast and it works fine. But here I am on Prolog/ptd.net and I get squat. I tried passive and normal. Then on IRC somebody set up his ftp server and it worked perfectly with passive. I believe my friend has a Linksys router as well - from what I understand two Linky's don't play nice together. Somebody suggested I change my static IP scheme for the internal (LAN) side from the factory 192.168.1.xxx to 192.168.2.xxx. I tried that, BUT once I do that the machien I changed no longer has connectivity. I didn't touch the DNS, WINS, or gateway settings. Once I switch it back to the 1.xxx scheme all is well. What the heck am I doing wrong?
Hi friends, Just a question on redundant servers. The configuration is something like this: 1. Central Office router------->Service Provider Cloud router ---> Router at Branch offices / Factories 2. Central office router ---> L3 switch ---> Servers (SAP, Mail, Intranet etc) There is a DR setup required now for the site where the central office router is housed. The proposed setup is something like : Central site ---------> SP cloud ---------> DR Site Normal operation : Central office router --> SP Cloud --->Remote office router During disaster at central office site : DR router ---->SP cloud---> Remote office router Now if there are redundant servers at DR site, what will the IP addressing scheme of these servers be? Can they have the same IP addresses as the primary servers or should they have different IP addresses. Sorry, if this is a dumb question. But this is a new setup for me and hence I am posting it. Thanks a lot Gautam
Hi, i don't get the PIX software versioning scheme... there is a 7.0.4 ED (which i've currently installed), then some interim releases 7.0.4.x. In parallel there's now a 7.1.1 ED which is also a maintenance release. Why are there still newer 7.0.4.x interim releaes then the maintenance release 7.1.1? Regards Markus