I am curious why the settings I chose in my PC for surfing the internet do not get saved. Every time I use the internet, I cannot see the pages of the websites I go to. I always have to check the settings and change the proxy settings and uncheck the box for “Use a proxy server for your LAN.” I have to do this every time, but after I’ve changed the settings the web pages come out without any more problems.
Can you help me how to keep the proxy settings I’ve chosen? Thanks.
I have an issue with CoRD not working properly. It keeps on failing to connect to a server that requires Network Level Authentication. I have no idea why this happens because there are no error messages or warnings. It seems that Network Level Authentication is not supported by CoRD but I was hoping it can issue a warning and detect Network Level Authentication. Is it possible to create a box containing causes and solutions?
Please suggest possible solutions. Thank you.
I have installed a remote desktop client called CoRD. I have no idea what version it is as I am not very familiar with MAC OS X. I noticed, however, that CoRD does not allow me to connect with servers of different subnets. When I connect with 2008 R2 server, they work just fine but when using a different subnet, I cannot connect. Could it possibly be due to a bug? How do I fix it?
I am trying to log in to VoIP using the following information:
- Username: Your phone number, e. g. 086262xxxx - Note the 0.
- Authorization User: Your phone number - e. g. 086262xxxx - Note the 0.
- Password: VoIP Password.
- Domain / Realm: iihne.iinet.nt.au.
- SIP Proxy: sip.<state>.iinet.nt.au.
When I log in, I always encounter, “log in timed out. ” Upon checking my settings, I find a black where the outbound proxy should be and I’ve turned off the firewall. The administrators informed me that there is no trace of me logging in at all. I am using Windows XP SP2. Could there be something blocking my access?
My connection to the internet keeps getting disconnected when I connect the Untangle box. I am attempting to utilize Untangle to be connect between two routers, like this: switch --Router -- Untangle/Bridge -- Router -- Firewall – Internet. Do I have to give a static IP address to the our external NIC?
We have two areas, each with five static IP addresses connecting through Comcast Cable. Comcast connects through SMC 8014 using a static IP address to Link with a VPN router (Linksys WRV 200) for one area and another VPN router (WRV54g) for the other area. The routers perform perfectly with the internet connection. However, I have another router (IPSEC Router) to connect the two VPN routers in the two areas. Is anybody doing something similar?
How should I proceed? I could use the Linksys R016 VPN routers but I would like to find out if I can get the first option to connect before using it. Please help.
My two routers are connected by a bridge and I would like to determine what devices access our network using the two routers. I am searching how to perform network mapping.
Basically, we need a single sign on, for users to connect to our intranet when they are in the office and connect through a virtual private network where they will be able to view the intranet.
The problem is if accessing the intranet outside the office, users need to enter their active directory user name and password to validate their access via lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) because authentication falls to forms authentication. How can we avoid going through this? Thanks.
I have a question regarding the connectivity of the following three things: outlook, yahoo mail, and a lot of computers on a network. I recently installed outlook at my computer at work. It then generated all my emails at yahoo mail. Is there any way I can do this with all the other computers at my workplace?
I want to have a uniform setting or email on all the computers. If this could be done, what if I remove an email in one of the computers in outlook? Would all the other computers be affected? I.e., will they be updated also?
I have to pay anything as registration fees or licensing fees for using NcFTP client. I want to connect to non standard port. Are the NcFTP support secure FTP modes as SSL/SSH/SFTP Tunnels. I also want to login to a server with a regular username.