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17th July 2003 at 09:27 #34281Manish K GuptaGuest
thank you Muzammil for the fast response.I really have come across some good guys.now it will be easier to resolve technical issues with the help of you guys.
Here I’ve one practical problem which I’m facing here.We have some systems connected to VPN through watchguard.These systems were working fine.But due to some exapnsion reasons we had to change their IP addresses.They are in the same address range.
Now what happens when we try to PING gateway.It pings but when we try to access some internet site is denies……..i mean it says ” request timed out”.
I already have tried these things.I have changed IP addresses…then configured it as it was earlier….changed the slot of NIC….removed adapter driver n reinstalled.
Is there any solution??
Ya!changing the NIC will work.But I want to use these network cards also.Any idea…………
with thanks18th July 2003 at 20:47 #34282ZahidGuest
I think as far as I know VPN wont allow for internet browsing. I had experiement this with win 2000 server (VPN server).
I will be obliged if anybody give me correction.19th July 2003 at 09:25 #34283Manish K guptaGuest
Yes Zahid, you are right that internet does not work if we use VPN.But here we are using two network cards.using which, one of them is dedicated to VPN and by other card we are browsing internet and it is possible.
I mean we are using two network cards with two different gateways and it is working.But three systems are giving problems.I don’t want to format the systems…….is there any clue???21st July 2003 at 13:25 #34284IdeaGuyGuest
Yes, there is a way !!!
Just throw the harddisks away!!!. U don’t have to worry for anything.
How is my idea.25th July 2003 at 19:10 #34285Lee RhoadsGuest
I am wanting the formula, variables to calculating trunk busy rate, not just the all trunks busy, but I am looking for the busy rate formula.
Can anyone answer this for me.27th January 2004 at 19:42 #34286Scot_WadelGuest
Does any one know if you have to configure dial-peers on the Cisco 7750 to gain access to the PSTN on your T1-CAS?11th March 2004 at 09:56 #34287Amr_DarwishGuest
i need some data(tables) about traffic intensity to use it in my project
so please any one who can get it contact me14th January 2005 at 17:24 #34288Abdul’ aziz Abdul’hamidGuest
I want to know about E1 and T1 in Telecommunications. And keep on mailing me on new developments in data and networking communications please Sir.
Thanks so much.With Peace!11th October 2012 at 10:48 #34289sunilGuest
how to calculate call charges in iplc-cc?is it will be local call rate of particular destination of end B