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Networking hardware includes the physical devices facilitating the use of a computer network. Typically, networking hardware includes gateways, routers, network bridges, modems, wireless access points, networking cables, line drivers, switches, hubs, and repeaters. But it also includes hybrid network devices such as multilayer switches, protocol converters, bridge routers, proxy servers, firewalls, network address translators, multiplexers, network interface controllers, wireless network interface controllers, ISDN terminal adapters and other related hardware.

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Hi,

Has anyone managed to get Cisco 7942G to work with RingCentral.  If so could you share the XML file, ours is just stuck on registering.

Thanks
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When I look at Splunk - where I send my Cisco ACS 5.4 syslog output - I see a record of actions I've done on ACS. But I'm not seeing the TACACS records when I log into various network devices. I can see the tacacs records if I go to Monitoring and Reports section of ACS. How can I view in syslog?
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Looks like the re-seller sold us network gear (routers, firewalls, switches, controllers) without any manufacture or 3rd party support.  Probably cost effective that way.  Now they getting me a support quote.  Tricky?

Questions.  Can they do it normally?  And does it mean I wont have any support even day 1 after installation?

This is in US and licensed large certified reseller.  Network gear, Cisco/PAN.
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Wondering if anyone is using version 8 Arubas yet.  We are still on ver 6 and heard ver. 8 is buggy.
Also ver.8 requires a Mobility Master (hardware or VM)  Ver 6 does not require that.
This is when using two or more controllers for load balancing and redundancy.   Aruba is not advising to start with 6 and upgrade to v8. The topology is very different and will require us to rebuild the network for the upgrade. They recommend V8 from the beginning.
Wonder how mature ver.8 is.

Any information or experience about on that?  Thanks.
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Hi experts,

On this scanner Lanier LD016 Super G3 printer/copier /scanner I can't scan to network folder I get the error above? Also how can I reset it to factory default settings?
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Anyone have an idea what this event ID means can find much on it.  

Team NIC /DEVICE/{7EAB1532-1AE7-400F-8D25-EE398702FF2A} (Friendly Name: Mellanox ConnectX-3 Pro Ethernet Adapter #2) has inconsistent consolidated NDIS QoS settings
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Wanted to see if anyone had any knowledge regarding providing 4G LTE as a backup line for an enterprise office.
I was investigating some Cisco / Meraki options, including :

- Cisco 890 series ISR
- Meraki router + Inseego (formerly Feenet Wireless) Skyus DS

Would anyone have any info or experience with one of these as a solution for a temp situation or as a backup solution.
Appreciate in advance.
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From what I understand it is more common to use the B scheme when wiring a plug but just want to make sure before I dig into this. The cable will go up the wall, into a wall insert and then a new cable plugged from the insert to a laptop. The other end will plug directly to a port in a Linksys router. Later on I may install a second wall insert so instead of plugging directly into the router it would go wall insert and then router.

Does it matter if A or B is used unless you need a crossover? All home equipment.
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Hi, is there a way to update the ProCurve 2510G so it won't use Java in the GUI? And yes, I know, there is the CLI and I'm using that one already too. Just wondering for the web interface. Sometimes it might come in handy. But it's hard to get it working in any current browsers apparently ...

Thank you
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We were having a bad quality audio during a large conf. call (around 45 attendees) on Lync and customer thinks it is coming from lack of CoS configuration on LAN devices. Do switches (L2) also need to have a CoS Configuration? Is there an approved std. template for Lync Voice/Video ports etc. ?

Thanks;
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I would like to give one user on a 2012 R2 DC access to cancel print jobs and access to task manager. I've added them to the Print Operators group and logged them off and back on however their access is denied when trying to cancel print jobs and are unable to change printer settings. Also access to task manager. Thanks
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Hello,
My wife is getting a work from home job that requires a wired network cable connection to her laptop and her office is on the other side of the house where the cable modem is located. Lucky for me we have a basement with easy access to the underfloor where the room is located.

I am planning on adding a wall jack near the cable modem and wiring it and running it up through the wall where her desk is located and wiring the other end into a jack that will be installed on that wall. Then a patch cable with two RJ45 connectors from the wall jack to a port in the router.

Question: Does it make any sense to use CAT 6 cable when my router is only gig speeds, I may get a faster router some day but there is no need for more than gig local speeds. It doesn't make any difference as far as internet speed since we only get 100 mbps internet speeds. Even considering that is there any future reason we would want CAT 6 speeds?

Question: Is there anything wrong with a Lowes or Home Depot type installation kit with crimpers and connectors, wires etc.? Not for a business office but it does need to be reliable.

Question: With CAT5e or CAT6 do I need to be careful what the wire comes in contact with? I think I have a pretty clean shot but it may need to cross over metal duct work unless that will cause a issue. If metal duct work will be a problem is there a conduit I can run it through that will shield it from any problems? or is there a certain distance to keep it away …
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People moving into the new office but the network gear may not be ready yet.  Looking for a quick alternative for WiFi access just so users can go online.  
Saw that thread below from 2015 where a person says they ran office of 30 off this device following hurricane Sandy.
My office would be about 10-12 people day one.

Would that work as a temp solution?  Any suggestions appreciated.  Thanks!!


Acounts for people using Cradlepoint:
https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/1123968-best-4g-lte-hotspot-for-backup-internet
https://www.mypctechs.com/techclub/using-a-mobile-4g-data-modem-as-a-hotspot-or-office-router/

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIABJA4NM2697
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I've been watchin a video from Amazon on AWS Direct Connect. I see that a direct connection is made from Amazon Direct Connect PoP to a router in a co-location facility. The from there there is a circuit (say 1Gbps or 10Gbps) to the enterprise itself. The presentation at turns talked about the carrier owning the (a?) router and the customer owning the router. In the diagram attached below - the device labeled "Customer Gateway" is generally owned and configured by the end customer/user of Amazon Web Services? Or is that more typically owned by the carrier that is providing the data circuit? And finally if the carrier owns that device do they configure it or leave that to the customer? Thank you for clarifying this point for me.
AWS-Direct-Connect.jpg
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Hi all,

Please can anyone suggest any free simple text editor that can compare two different cisco config side-by-side


Thanks
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I need some help if possible.  

My school is very much behind the times, so we are in need of upgrading.

Our president wants specifically to have wireless connections (literally no wires needed to connect a laptop to the system), a very simple way to record high-quality video and audio in the classrooms, and the ability to broadcast class sessions online in real time.

Can anyone give me some suggestions on this?
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We are testing Cisco AnyConnect on one of our Cisco ASA 5545s.  I need to know how to add one of our networks so that VPN users can access their servers on that network while connected at home.  Can someone walk me through how to do this and how to find the existing networks that are reachable?  I can do it through ASDM or command prompt.  Thanks!
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I have ext 213 which is BD3 Port 7. I need to move the line to a different port in the office. We have a patch panel and I have a intelli probe. All I should have to do is take the wire from BD3 Port 7 and move it to the proper spot on the patch panel (where new outlet will be)?

I’m trying to learn the phone system, I was able to setup a different line but this one is being difficult.
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A company I am supporting has a SonicWALL TZ600 firewall.

We need to audit and determine how much internet bandwidth each user is using and what type of bandwidth is being used (for streaming video, streaming audio, file downloads, etc.)

How can this be setup within the SonicWALL TZ600 firewall?
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I noticed a lot of contractors mount electrical receptacles above the racks up in the cable tray.  About 8' high.  Is that a normal practice?
When you bring a heavy UPS on the bottom of the cabinet the cable doesn't reach that high for the 10Amp twist lock plug.  And not very comfortable to run thick UPS cables up 8' to the tray above the rack.  
Is this a new standard practice these days?
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Okay... Here's the situation. I have sort of inherited a system. I have a 'working' location and a new location we are creating. Horizon View 7. We use dedicated pools with static machines assigned to users. There is a mix of both Win7 and Linux (CentOS and Ubuntu and something else I can't remember). All the VM's have to autologin to a desktop with a local user. This is a requirement that can't be changed. According to users in the other location, they are able to connect to their running VM's with no issues and it connects to the running session. In testing the new environment, this doesn't work. We get the resource busy or unavailable error. On my Win7 VM that I am testing with, I have installed the console plugin. This allows me to connect directly to the VM with a user already logged in, but I'm prompted for the local user account. Connecting to the Horizon server, does not work. The VM's we started working with at the beginning of this were VM's from the other location. Now we are building from scratch.

We've had our networking guys investigate it was well and according to them, this is all connected at the switch level and nothing is being blocked. I would not rule out networking though.

Any ideas what the issue is or if what we need to do is even possible? I've been told to make this work even though it does seem like it would be easier to just allow console access.
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Hi,

I forgot the password to my qt504 system and I need to get into the dvr to provide video to police as part of an investigation.
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This is one of those odd ones that I can not pintpoint and nothing makes sense. One point in an office where the networks drops throughout the day. Just one of 15 computers. It is not the wifi router because the everybody else has connectivity. It is not the ethernet because I replcaed the lan cable and switched the pc with another known good computer - which does the same.

So, if everybody else work happily on wifi and ethernet, it is (can not be) not the router or switch. I replaced the cabling and if it was the cabling, why would the wifi drop? It is not the pc, because another, good pc, does exactly the same.

So what the heck? What am I overlooking? The office is in reception with steel bars facing forward and the PC and network on the same side behind the bars. The is no obscene electronics in the office. Only a printer. I am out of ideas!

Ideas anybody?
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We are using GS748Tv4 switch on our network and for last couple of days it blocks few ports on the switch for no reason and we have to do reset on the switch to again reactivate all the ports, we have turned off the spanning tree on the switch and its running on firmware 5.4.2.13, any advise would be helpful.

Also today when I logged on to the switch interface it showed "tftp file transfer in progress" on all screens.
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I have followed this guide
https://wiki.opnsense.org/manual/how-tos/sslvpn_client.html
and I have successfully  connected to and passed Auth.
*yes i did add rule to allow vpn traffic access to local resources

When connected to VPN , I can not ping my vpn gateway (10.0.0.1), I can not ping any local resources (192.168.37.X)
Outside of the the VPN I am able to make a connection.

Any help would be appreciated
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Networking Hardware-Other

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Networking hardware includes the physical devices facilitating the use of a computer network. Typically, networking hardware includes gateways, routers, network bridges, modems, wireless access points, networking cables, line drivers, switches, hubs, and repeaters. But it also includes hybrid network devices such as multilayer switches, protocol converters, bridge routers, proxy servers, firewalls, network address translators, multiplexers, network interface controllers, wireless network interface controllers, ISDN terminal adapters and other related hardware.