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its ok to connect a sr224 switch to sr2024 switch?

Q: its ok to connect a sr224 switch to sr2024 switch?

i have this sr224 switch and i like to connect it to my giga network sr2024 switch.
now, i plug a utp belden cat5e to port 1 of sr224 and the other end to port 1 of sr2024.
what i got is the whole panel lights of sr224 will blink very fast.
is this normal? or sr224 and sr2024 cannot be paired?

thanks in advance guys

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Hi, guys. I have connected Huawei switch S5700-24TP-SI-AC with Cisco switch 2960 using one single fiber with LX SFP. The port is up on one side (Blinking on Huawei side) and down on Cisco side...Please help.
 

A:Huawei switch vs Cisco switch, How to connect

What kind of 2960 switch do you have? Have you checked the interface to verify the switch recognizes the optic and all the stats report back as normal? Are you using a Cisco branded optic? Do you see light being shot out from the optic in the 2960?
 

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Can any one advised me

I want to implement network on 6 Floor , 12-12 Port on each portion in one floor, total 24 ports on each floor keeping in mind distance between the each floors how do i connect them with fiber cable (which fiber cable i required) so speed remain constant for all floors.

How is my Idea to implement...right from server room in 1 floor where all internet connection providing to each floor. Cascading from 1 to 2 , 2 to 3, 3 to 4, 4 to 5, 5 to 6. UPon this setup...do i get into a low speed bandwith comparing to 1 floor Network. Does Network Gets slow by connecting through Cat5 UTP cable in cascading example.

Please adviced me.

-Thank Q>
Shiraz
 

A:How Can i Connect Gigabyte Switch to Gitabyte Switch

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I have Windows 7 Professional on my PC. In the first load I had, the PC should automatically detect if the LAN cable was plugged in, turn off the wireless radio, and change the network icon in the right bottom corner to reflect the cable was now in use.
Unfortunately, I had to reload my PC, and since then I can't get it to do it again.
So, what I'd like to achieve is this: Have Windows automatically detect when the cable is plugged in, turn of the wireless radio, and change the network icon in the right bottom corner to reflect the cable is in use - and, obviously, vice versa.
Can someone tell me what I need to do, please?

A:Have Windows 7 automatically switch to LAN when cable is plugged in and switch to wireless when it's removed

Hi,
There are two methods can help you.
1. Go to <Network and Sharing><Change Adapter Settings> and right click your wired and wireless adapters one at a time to change the properties. Select IPv4, click <Properties>
then click <Advanced>. For each one, clear the "Automatic metric" check box and assign the metric value manually. Setting your wired adapter?s metric value lower than wireless adapter one, such as ?1? for wired adapter and ?2? for wired adapter.

2. Go to <Network and Sharing><Change Adapter Settings>,
hold down 'alt' to bring up the "File" menu, select "Advanced", select
"Advanced Settings" from the dropdown menu, adjust the priority of your wired adapter higher than your wireless adapter in the "Advanced Settings" window under the "Adapters and Bindings" tab.
Hope this helps.Please remember to click ?Mark as Answer? on the post that helps you, and to click ?Unmark as Answer? if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.

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Need to no if I have this right

they have a dsl modem going to a Linksys router to a 24 port switch then to a little 4 port switch. sure, so then Would it be modem to router then router to any port on the big switch or is there an uplink port on the big switch it should go to? then you would hook a cat5e from one of the regular ports on the 24 port switch and run it to the uplink port on the 4 port switch need to no if the whole sequence is right. Hope someone can help, john will told me the cable would go from the big switch to the uplink on the small switch but I am wondering if I have it all right or not and wonderiing about from the router to the 24 port switch does the cable just go in a regular port in the big switch or if there is an uplink port does it go there. Hope you can understand my rambleing here. Thanks (please don't send me to a link) just need to no modem to router to regular port or uplink port on 24 port switch then from regular port on 24 port switch to uplink port on the 4 port switch. Thanks
 

A:Solved: Windows xp hookup question for modem, router, switch, to switch?

Router to uplink port on 24 port switch, and then normal port on the 24 port switch to uplink port on the second 4 port switch. An auto-MDX port on a device negates the need to worry about uplink ports for that particular cable connection.
 

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Am a new Networking BEE I had built a small network of 20 systems at my office and there I had connected a switch and router.

All the switch ports have been covered by all the systems and one port is given to the router
switch(20)----router(LAN)
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HUB(8ports)

And also I connected a HUB to the switch ..

It works fine for my internet connections to all the systems but how do i make authentication of passwords and username to my network systems from one server which I use server 2003 at one system

let me know the detailed step by step procedure to build.........

I would feel very happy If at all any Suggestions for me to make my Business grow.....

As early as possible ................

Thanks in Advance

Smiles....[][]
 

A:Connection of Router to Switch and also a Hub to Switch - N/W systems internet share

>>I use server 2003 at one system

you need to enable Network Login, but that requires that win2003 have

a domain controller
a DHCP service
and a DNS service.
the Domain Controller is just another name for LDAP and it becomes the control point
for all systems.

get some books on Configuring Win2003 Server
 

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I have a wireless router connected to my modem, and ALL PC's connect to that for internet.

I also have a gigabit switch I use to transfer data in between several of the machines. I do it quite often and I don't want it eating up the wifi bandwidth.
I have done it before, but it has been a long time and I cannot remember how I forced internet traffic over the wifi and local traffic through the switch
Is the only way to do it to specifically tell Windows to use the IP address of the LAN connection? I know it will work that way, forcing local traffic directly to that IP, but I seem to remember there being an easier way to do this.

Thanks.
 

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We have 3 16 port switches connected to our router. Everything has been in place and working well since last May.
Beginning this week, as soon as one employee arrives and turns on his pc, every pc on that switch loses internet access. Not network access - can still see other pc's - just no internet.

The pc causing the problems is the oldest on our network, but it is running Win10 like the others. When I check the stats on the router for his IP address, his has the highest transmission numbers.

We are scheduled to replace that pc within the next 2 weeks, but is there something I can/should look at doing in the mean time?
 

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Hi everyone, I searched through the forums but couldn't really find what I was looking for.

Currently we have a DHCP server set up to a switch, that has a special line connecting to a switch in our shop which is just across our back lot, giving network access to the few computers over there. They recently put in a new machine that needs network access, but they have already accidentally cut two ethernet cords. I'm looking to provide a wireless solution for the machine, but I don't want to have to spend a few thousand dollars on a large wireless switch.

Can I plug a wireless router into the switch in our shop, and essentially turn it into a wireless bridge, or is there another, simpler way to do this?

If this has already been answered, sorry for missing it!

Thanks!
 

A:Solved: DHCP Server -> Switch -> Switch -> Wireless

While you could use a router, or even configure the router to act as an access point, why not just buy a true access point? They start at $27: http://www.newegg.com/Store/SubCate...ame=Wireless-AP-Bridges-Repeaters&Order=PRICE
 

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hi all,

system gets hang, pc configuration is intel 865bgf motherboard with PIV 3ghz ht processor with 80 gb samsung hdd and 266 mb ddr i reinstalled the operating system (xp pro) changed smps and changed 256 ddr but the problem still continues, when the system gets hang i am not able to use my keyboard or mouse i have to restart the system , please help me and also i have to know weather is this the hardware issue or the software issue, and also i am facing same problem with same configuration with the other customer pc .
warm regards,
pradeep
 

A:system gets hang (it freezes) only option is to switch off and switch on

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Is it possible to switch off a laptop screen - laptop runs Windows 7 - and prevent it being switched on again, without inputting a password?

I need to keep the laptop running, therefore I can't put it to sleep and logging-off has become a pain.

I've tried the Power Options, but the display comes on again when the mouse is nudged.

I've also tried "Fn + F6" on my Acer laptop, which switches off the screen, but an accidental key press brings it to life again.

Any ingenious little prog around? None I've seen have that crucial password privacy aspect.

A:How to switch off laptop screen & password protect switch on again?

a password is is used when you are out but if you are home you don't need a password.. unless you don't trust somebody...

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One question I need to know

If you go from DSL modem to Router then Router to switch
my question is then
If I wanted to hook another mini linksys switch into the bigger switch would you run the cat5e cable from the first switch to a reg port in the second switch or would you run it to the uplink port and then hook the 1 or 2 computers into the reg ports of the second switch.??
 

A:Solved: Windows xp-question of hookup switch to switch?

Obviously, run it to the uplink port if available.
 

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Hello,

I use windows 7.
When I turn on laptop (acer Aspire 5742) cannot connect to internet until I switch user and log in again. Soon as I touch any browser icon the rest of computer stops responding as well. It's only me on computer. Have virgin media security/ spyware/ virus protection. Tried CCleaner. After I switch user everything is fine.
Additional info; On 16th October had great difficulty getting my emails from Yahoo. Sometimes sign-in box appeared without my security signature and different style of writing for browser remembered log-on details.

Cheers,

Gordon.
 

A:Solved: have to switch user to continue after switch on

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Hi Everyone.....
So, I just got Wireless Broadband hooked up in my business. I hooked the LAN to the Router and then hooked up a 16 port gigabit switch. I have three terminals coming out of it (in the bcak of the building) as well as a line running to the front of the building. At the front of the building I have the line going into another 16 port gigabit switch. I have 4 computer terminals coming out of that switch. I AM getting internet at the back of the building .....but nothing at any of the terminals after the second switch (front of the building). Can someone help?

Thanks!
 

A:Router to Switch to Switch.....No Internet at end terminals

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I thought that I had this all figured out, but my dad just asked me a question about my setup, and I can't answer it.

The setup is like this:
[ip-phones + computers]-->[small switch]-->[managed L2 switch]-->[router]-->[modem]

I have several ip-phones and computers grouped into blocks of 8. Each set of 8 is a medley of phones/computers connected to a small switch http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Sate...nksys/Common/VisitorWrapper&lid=3681322279B34

Each of these switches, in turn, will be connected to a managed L2 switch http://www1.ca.dell.com/content/products/productdetails.aspx/pwcnt_3448p?c=ca&cs=calca1&l=en&s=biz that will create 2 VLANS: One VLAN will contain all of the phones, and the other will contain all of the computers. In turn, each VLAN will have its own router and DSL modem, thereby separating the network traffic.

I know that I can use this L2 switch to make the VLANS based on the MAC addresses of the devices. However, the smaller switches do not support 802.1q [VLANs]. Will it be a problem that the smaller switches do not support VLANs? Essentially, will this setup work to split up network traffic?

Thanks once again,
-Roger
 

A:Computer, switch, switch, router, modem

I have the same DELL switch for my phones. You PoE will not carry across the linksys switches, so that is the first problem.
Next are the computers attached to the phones? Or does each device get its own drop?

And whats this about 2 routers and modems? Thats a bit over kill!! QoS would do the trick.

I would run all the devices off the Dell and attach the computers to the Phones (most IP Phones have a passthrough port) Configure the Dell with trunk ports with the Computer VLAN passing untagged traffic making it the native VLAN. While having the phones on a Tagged VLAN(If you phones conig allows you to set the VLAN in its config great! If not you can bind the MAC to the VLAN). The you create a QoS policy giving the VoIP traffic priority!
 

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Hey guys im fairly new to this site, but anyways heres my problem. I have a new 3com switch that i am trying to connect 3 pcs to. The switch has 12 ports. I connect from the modem to the 3com switch and then i connect the other 3 pcs to it. only one computer will get connected while the other 2 say limited connectivity. Whenever I do a ipconfig it pops up with a 72.xx.xx.xx with a default gateway of 76.x.x.x. Is there a reason why my isp provider is giving me a class a address? and could that be why i cant connect my pcs to the switch? I use to be able to use just a netgear wireless router. but now when i try that instead of a the 3 com switch, it does not want to work anymore. Please help.. I also have taken that 3 com switch and plugged it up at my moms house and connected 3 pcs to it over there, and it seem to get connection on all 3 pcs. Why cant i do this at my house?
 

A:Cant connect using 3 com switch

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Hi, i have a netgear router would it be possibe to connect it to my 24 port switch so i can get wireless across my office?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Is it possible to connect a router to a switch?

Here you go.
Connecting two (or more) SOHO broadband routers together.

Note: The "primary" router can be an actual router, a software gateway like Microsoft Internet Connection Sharing, or a server connection that has the capability to supply more than one IP address using DHCP server capability. No changes are made to the primary "router" configuration.

Configure the IP address of the secondary router(s) to be in the same subnet as the primary router, but out of the range of the DHCP server in the primary router. For instance DHCP server addresses 192.168.0.2 through 192.168.0.100, I'd assign the secondary router 192.168.0.254 as it's IP address, 192.168.0.253 for another router, etc.

Note: Do this first, as you will have to reboot the computer to connect to the router again for the remaining changes.

Disable the DHCP server in the secondary router.

Setup the wireless section just the way you would if it was the primary router, channels, encryption, etc.

Connect from the primary router's LAN port to one of the LAN ports on the secondary router. If there is no uplink port and neither of the routers have auto-sensing ports, use a cross-over cable. Leave the WAN port unconnected!

This procedure bypasses the routing function (NAT layer) and configures the router as a switch (or wireless access point for wireless routers).

For reference, here's a link to a Typical example config using a Netgear router
 

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i have beam telecom internet connection.i have switch .want to connect 2laptop with the switch . problem that one laptop working . other not working

A:how to connect 2laptop with switch

This is on a Windows 7 system? have you enabled Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) on the computer that connects to the internet.

To accomplish this, go to Network & Sharing Center either through Control Panel, or right click on the Network Connection in your taskbar near the clock.

Choose Manage Network Connections > Properties (confirm Admin privileges) > Sharing, then select "Allow Other Network User to Connect through this computers internet Connection"

The only problem with this setup is that the Host computer needs to be running to connect, you might want to think about getting a router for your internet connection, in the future.

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Hiya,

No problems here just advice requested.

Is it better to connect my 5-6 devices directly to a router (lets assume i have an 8-port router) rather than to an 8-port switch which is hanging off the router?

I'm going to guess that for the LAN it would make no difference but for the internet it would make a tiny amount of difference. Would this be correct?

Thanks

A:Should i connect to a Switch or the Router?

The device that is now commonly known as a Router is actually a combination Router and Switch.

The router part distributes the source port (normally connected to an internet source), to the lan side ports and for ease of use these are located in a single case.

There are also those that connect to a phone line which incorporate a Modem before the router, and wireless routers that add a wireless subsystem

As for the difference in performance I would expect any changes to be in the favour of the combination unit as the components are more likely to be matched

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I just wanna confirm, is that true to use cross over UTP cable to connect switch to hub?
 

A:UTP cable to connect switch to hub

Yes, unless the hub and/or switch have "MDI-X" ports. In which case the device is doing the crossover for you.
 

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Im using windows 7 ultimate, and willing to connect my pc to a laptop using a network switch.

Previously i have done the same thing but all pc are using windows xp.
I got a problem when using windows 7 ultimate to do the same connection.
The other pc / laptop are operate windows xp.
The problems mentioned as unidentified network, and no network connection
I need this connection to play LAN game with my fellows.
Anybody can help me with this issues.
Thanks a lot

A:How to connect two pc using network switch

Hello and welcome to SevenForums.

Either you need a network hub or a single pc-to-pc or pc-to-laptop cross-cable connection. (search a thread somewhere here in forums)

You can play LAN games on a cross-cable connection

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Hi -

I think this should be a pretty simple question.

Our office has a small network, connected using a switch. We are going to add broadband - and would like to use wireless occassionally. So I would like to add a wireless router to the switch - but I'm not sure how to connect the two pieces of hardware. The router will have at least 4 ethernet (switched) ports, as well as wireless capabilities.

Do I just take an ethernet cable from one of the ports on the router, and plug it into the "uplink" port on the switch?

(Note: I'd just buy a new wireless router with a built in switch if I could find one with 16 ethernet ports).

Thanks in advance.

Tom
 

A:Connect Router to a Switch?

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I understand that a hub is more like a party line, where all devices hear and read data before sending it to next port, and a switch is advanced hub. But, what is a router. I know what a wireless router is, but they say a router is more advanced than a switch. Can you buy a non-wireless router?

Also, can you connect 2 switches together? So, Modem-----to Switch----to Switch----Computer

And both switches have other devices connected?

A:Hub vs Switch vs Router/ 2 Switch Story

you CAN buy a non-wireless router--but--the two I found on Amazon were only 10/100 (most modern systems use gigabit ethernet 10/100/1000) but wired are generally cheaper than a wireless router(the Cisco below is NOT cheap)--however--it's not necessary to use the wireless part of the wireless router as most have at least 4 ports (wired).

Yes you can connect switches together but they won't allow for multiple computers to connect to the Internet (at least not easily nor in a way that makes sense).

What devices are you trying to connect together?

wired routers:
Amazon.com: TRENDnet 4-Port Broadband Router TW100-S4W1CA (Black): Electronics

Amazon.com: Cisco-Linksys EtherFast Cable/DSL Router with 4-Port 10/100 Switch: Electronics

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Hello all

I just installed 4GB ram on my 32 vista and it only recognized 3GB in the os (vista 32) and all 4GB in the bios. so I decided to use the /3GB Switch, by using that command in bcdedit, it all worked good. The problem is now I have 3069 mb physical memory and ONLY 209 mb Kernal Memory!!! so I used the "bcdedit /deletevalue IncreaseUserVa" and bcedit said it worked successfuly so i restart my pc and it STILL had the same memory! so right now im stuck with only 209 mb Kernal memory! any ideas on how to fix this? I looked all over google and found nothing. Should I keep these settings or try and fix it?how do i fix it?
 

A:3GB switch will not switch back, vista 32!

I am not too familiar with those commands you speak of, but I do have a question: Is the video card built into the motherboard? If so, what amount of system memory is being shared with it? Besides that, I have no more ideas to offer you. Sorry
 

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Hi, i have a AIO B50-30 and I'm trying to connect via the hdmi input socket my TV satellite box. I have found out recently that there is a switch on the side of the unit that will allow you to switch to the input channels so allowing viewing of the box and other like units Xbox etc. My issue is that I'm pressing the switch but nothing is happening it's simply staying on my desktop on Windows 10. Can anyone please help to see if I'm doing this right or am I missing something ?.  Any help, suggestions would be gratefully received since there is very little on the subject in connection with this particular model .thanks in advance.

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hi

im connectiong a switch to a switch, what connection do i use straight or cross.


thanks
 

A:switch to switch straight or cross

standard rj45 cables
 

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We are moving to a new office location. The guys who will be setting our network is proposing the following equipment:

1. 3Com 24-port 10/100 mbps switch
2. 24-port Patch panel
3. 6u data cabinet
4. 1u cable management

The new office will be a 2-floor building with around 40 computers. I asked some of my friends who are more expert on network setup and told me typical switch (Linksys, Cisco) will do if we need to save some money.

What do you think? Thanks a lot!
 

A:Is 3Com 24-switch necessary or typical switch will do?

Well, first off, I'd be specifying a gigabit switch for expandability, I can't see investing in a 10/100 switch in 2010! If you don't need a managed switch, or need to save money initially, and unmanaged switch will probably be significantly cheaper.

In point of fact, if you want to go really cheap, you can get away for less than $100!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...igabit switch&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=20
 

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Apparently my Broadcom 802.11 SDIO adapter is not compatible with Windows 10. There are 2 wireless adapters on my computer and neither work. Do I need to download a new adapter to a flash drive and install on the computer? If so can you recommend the correct adapter? 

A:Can't connect my Aspire switch 10 to the internet....

Did you change the Operational System?Did it work before?How did that issue happen?

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Apparently my Broadcom 802.11 SDIO adapter is not compatible with Windows 10. There are 2 wireless adapters on my computer and neither work. Do I need to download a new adapter to a flash drive and install on the computer? If so can you recommend the correct adapter? 

A:Can't connect my Aspire switch 10 to the internet....

Did you change the Operational System?Did it work before?How did that issue happen?

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Hi All,

I have 2 layers of clusters.
Layer 1 has front-end clusters (multiple) which use gigabit.
Layer 2 use a distributed file-system so support all Layer 1 clusters.

The Layer 2 nodes need to be very fast connected to each other. For that i will use 2 x Infiniband (10GB/s) for each node to 2 Infiniband switches (HA).

My Layer 1 server are connected using cat6 gigabit (up to 4x) to a L2 switch (per cluster) which has 4 x SFP+ options for 10GB.
e.g. this one
Layer 1 needs to be connected to my internet facing firewall -> no problem.

Problem: How do i connect my Layer 2 (infiniband) to all Layer 1 switches (SFP+)?

Thanks a lot,
Adrian
 

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Alright so about 2 months ago i bought this 5port hub switch cause my buddy bought a ps3, so we could share my internet connection. worked fine.

Well i'm going through IT graduate school atm, so the parents want me to fix there malware infested mess, however, i can't get online to download anything.

I've cleaned all the spyware, for sure, the system runs wonderfully now, however i cannot connect to DHCP to obtain an ip adress. instead i get an apipa address 169. whatever. whatever. whatever. fine. but not routable for internet use.

I've tried manually asigning an ip on the network but still no connect. I've even tried simple file sharing just between the 2 computers, and the one computer can't connect to anything.

when i ping the NIC, it works fine. i got to tracert google or something it times out from the get go. FEEL LIKE i'm missing something simple. HELP. lol.

thanks ahead.
 

A:bought a 5 switch hub, only 1 computer can connect.

Are you able to get on the internet if you remove the 5 port hub/switch, and connect directly to the router?
 

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My problem is that whenever I switch my pc on I have to physically enable the WZC program and then select windows to manage my wireless network settings. Once I enable it this way it is fine, but then if I restart or shut down my pc then I have to do all the process again...which is rather annoying!

I have a BT Home Hub 2.0 and Cisco WUSB600N dual band wireless adapter.

I understand you have to choose one program to manage the wireless network settings as they conflict, but on the Network Magic program that comes with the Cisco adapter, I cannot find an option on there to disable it.

There is another pc using the hub with an exact same adapter aswell and when that is switched on the broadband connection automatically loads on that. So I am a bit stuck, I've trawled the internet for answers but have come to a dead end.

Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Thanks
 

A:Broadband doesn't connect when switch on my pc

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This is my first time posting on a technical help forum, I am a fairly advanced computer user yet this is the first issue I am not able to solve myself.

A few months ago I got a Lenovo SL500 from my company running Windows XP, this computer original came with Vista but was removed due to compatibly issues with the software I need to do my job.

At home I have a Linksys 8-Port Gigabit Switch chained to my Linksys wireless router WRT54GL which is plugged into my cable modem.

At work, my old office simply had a RJ45 jack running directly to a Cisco switch. When I moved to my new office, I am now sharing my connection with a neighboring office using a Linksys BEFSR81 wired router.

Now that you know my setup, here is what happened. From the time when I got my laptop to when I changed office, my laptop was always connected to a switch and was working fine. After moving into my new office, it got connected to a router for the first time and worked fine until I got home. I tried to connect to my gigabit switch and got a “Cable unplugged” error, I tried other cables, other ports and reset my switch to no avail. I then tried connecting it to my home router and was connected again, this was odd since the other computers connected to the switch had no issues. The next day I got to the office and was able to connect to my office router with not problems, yet when I tried connecting it to a jack in conference room (to Cisco switch), I got an unplugged cable error again. I conducted an... Read more

A:Solved: Can connect to router but not to switch

Welcome, Pierre. Nice, good explanation. Makes it easy for me to say the following.

Sometimes a NIC and the switch/router/modem port on the other end of the cable for unknown reasons will refuse to auto negotiate. I think it more often happens as a NIC (or the other port) ages. Anyhow ...

In Device Manager right click on your ethernet adapter - Properties - Advanced tab - and try setting the speed/duplex to 100Mbps/Full or 10Mbps/Full.
 

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Hello,

I've searched the forum and could not find an answer to this problem.

I have a Windows 7 Enterprise machine where at the login screen the "Switch User" button is missing and so I am unable to clear the last user.

Just about all the results I got back on this topic was how to re-enable the "Switch User". This doesn't help because I can't login to make the change.

TIA!

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Aspire M5641 won't power up. I replaced CMOS, did the "hold power button for 45 seconds" idea, tried different outlets, cords, etc. without success. Before swapping out power supply, would like to make sure problem isn't in the switch.  I have one cover off, modem PCI card removed, but cannot find location of cable from power switch to motherboard (supposedly labeled PWRSW or PWR). Would appreciate any help finding it, and/or assistance in fixing this power issue. System had been working fine. A few day previous, I upgraded to an Acer monitor, using the HDMI port. Shouldn't have anything to do with problem, right? Thought I'd mention, as it's the only real change in months. Thanks in advance for any help! 

A:M5641 -- Where does power switch connect to mother...

Hello, A little diagnostic:Plug your desktop in a power strip with a switch.Switch on this one and wait one minute (capacitors loading).Switch off this one and check if the power light lights on briefly.

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Hi!

So, i have setup my homenetwork like this: (using win xp on both)

i have a switch SMC EZswitchGS8 with 1gbps and a smc router 7904BRA and 2 PCS!

I linked each PC to the switch with cat5e cables and linked the switch to the router on a lan port from the router, using a cat5 and then i linked my ADSL modem to the router.

So, i have 2 pcs each one with a pci card Surecom EP320G TX 32 bits with 1 gbps that i use to link to the switch.

Now, i would like to know how to setup my network to get a 1 gigabit LAN !

Will i have to use ip to connect directly ??? I have this on Auto DHCP, i mean each pc has an auto IP from the Windows XP. May i use network connections from explorer ??? I am getting crazy!!!!!

The switch as jumbo frames support as the surecom cards also have!!!!

Thanks!!!
 

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I have connected a cable modem and a wireless router linksys with 4 ports in my network; but I need to connected 2 PC more wired.
What can I do?

Thanks for any advance?

A:How connect modem; wireless router and switch together?

  
Quote: Originally Posted by elnene


I have connected a cable modem and a wireless router linksys with 4 ports in my network; but I need to connected 2 PC more wired.
What can I do?

Thanks for any advance?


The modem needs to plug into the WAN port on the router first.

If the router has 4 ports just plug the 2 machines into the LAN ports on the router.

You can also add a switch with more LAN ports which you would plug into the routers LAN port using Ethernet cable.

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ive tried all the supports and cant find anything helpful so im trying here
 

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Im having a serious problem over here. I have been at this for 3 days to no avail. I'll try to cover this as thouroughly as possible.

I just moved in with my parents again and, I brought my PC. I built it myself so there is no manufacturer. I have been trying to connect my mother's office pc and my gaming pc to the internet. I was using a linksys switch but for some reason I cant get internet on both pcs at the same time. It is always one or the other, No matter how many configurations Ive tried for the plugs, no matter how many times I've reset everything.

My pc is vista (don't say anythingm I know. I haven't had the money to upgrade). Mom's is Win7 Professional 64bit. On my moms network map, it sees my pc, the switch, the modem, and a weird unknown. Ive tried so many things I cant even remember them all to list them, but they are all beginner level solutions. I even bought a new router, a netgear 5 port 1/100m.

If I plug my pc in and reset the modemm I get internet but mom wont. Mom only gets internet when shes plugged in alone then reset.

It's such a strange problem, and I'm at my wits end, Any suggestions?

The current details on my profile and attached are of my mom's pc. Heather.

Oh and I forgot to mention I have cable internet via Charter.

A:Cant connect vista pc and Win7 pc to internet via switch

What type of internet connection from your ISP do you have....cable, DSL, ADSL? What type of hardware setup do you have...ie...modem to router to switch? Are you using the right cables to make connections....although I hear that the new modems and routers can tell the difference and set accordingly.

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I moved a machine from one port to another on a switch
I have done this before with no problems
no it seems it lists my router as a server ( it's not)
it lets me see the workgroup ,but will not let me in ,I tried to change the permisions that did not work made a new network connection that did not work
I cannot delete the router server icon??
if I can find it I will post the capture of network config
 

A:moved pc to diff port on switch can't connect to other pc's

found my main machine see's the moved pc fine
back at moved machine
went to conections and added network user
with the user as a email id and password now I can get in to main machine
I don't like this
as when I log in as user and not admin I can still get to machine without password
cannot find anything on this router thing
and I did a ipconfig /all shows network as unidentified and no ip address listed for nic I have the nic set as static ip ??
 

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Windows 7 professional. Office network. 3 pc's, one pc is a workstation that also is the server for their hospitality software. Recently had printer connectivity issues from server to shared printer. Took a netgear router and installed as a switch to network the printer as there are 2 pc's at the front and only 2 network jacks wired. - All of that is working. However, the 3rd pc in managers office can no longer connect to the server when I try to map to network drive. I know I probably need to change something in the router, but of course they don't know the password and it is not default. I don't want to have to do this unless necessary as it will mean I have to reset the router and therefore take down their network, (which means I have to work tonight. :/ ) Is there a way around this? If not, what settings do I need to change/add in the router?
 

A:CANNOT CONNECT TO NETWORK DRIVE AFTER INSTALLING SWITCH

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Since I don't want to keep my external hard drive constantly powered on, I normally turn its power switch off after "safe to remove.." confirmation. The problem is that when I switch the power back on the drive often (but not always) fails to connect and USBDeview confirms that the USB 2.0 is not connected. The only way I can get a connect is by cycling the power switch, sometimes 2 or 3 times, but I think that's a poor solution. Once connected, the drive works fine.

I'm looking for a software solution that would retry or force the USB connect (restarting the OS is unacceptable). Perhaps something in the system software (Windows XP, home, SP3)? Other software that would do the job?

Thanks for any ideas.
 

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I am new to networking and I came across a Situation where I have connected two servers to my network. Both servers are running Win 2008 R2 and I have connected as follows.
Connected 3Com switch to 2Wire router using Ethernet straight cable. Then connected server to 3Com switch. All lights on switch are green, but still unable to connect to internet.

When I connect server to router, internet is working, but not through switch.
I would appreciate your help.
 

A:Solved: How to connect 2Wire to Switch to server

I have connected switch on wrong port. I fixed it by connecting it to right one.
 

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Hey,

so our company just bought a used netGear 48 Port GSM7352S. We got the device to boot, and got in through Putty to view the device, but the user and password were not reset to factory settings and so the old users password and user are still in use. Is there a way we can reset the device or get around this?

Thanks,

Stensland
 

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I have this major issue with my MSN messenger (on my PC) whenever I connect it to a ethernet switch so I could use it (my PC) with my Laptop, so together both have internet connection.. my MSN messenger works fine and it could sign in easily, but when I disconnect my ethernet switch and connect to just my modem, my MSN messenger says it could not connect to the internet or that there's no internet connection where there is! (I forgot which error code but its well known, I've searched before and it said it could be the anti-virus etc but I have no problems with my anti-virus and programs it monitors). Anyone know how to stop this stupid silly error with Live Messenger?
 

A:Live Messenger works when I connect it to a Ethernet switch?

Can you ping google.com once you use the modem? You might not be authenticating to the WWW properly and Msn is blinded with connectivity by the modem being unable to do so.
 

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Hello, I have setup Hyper-v on my system but once I setup the virtual switch, my network adapter no longer connects to the Wlan. when I look at network and sharing, it shows the virtual switch but not the real adapter. I followed the steps in the article: Hyper-V virtualization - Setup and Use in Windows 10
How to Setup and Use Hyper-V in Windows 10 for OS Virtualization
Published by Kari
03 Oct 2014.

the network fails everytime .

Can anyone help me?

Thanks in advance,

Naute

A:network adapter fails to connect after virtual switch setup.

When you create a Hyper-V virtual switch, that switch is from thereafter used also by your host to connect to the network.

Let me try to explain this. Here's how the virtual switch manager looks when both wireless and wired external switches have been created:
When Hyper-V external virtual switches are correctly set up, the host will show this:
In the above screenshot you can see that my host computer is connected to the Internet with both a wireless virtual switch (WLAN) and wired switch (LAN). You can tell they are virtual switches from the vEthernet prefix. The host is no longer connecting using its physical adapters but uses insted the virtual switches.

Looking the adapters you can see this:
If I now disable the wireless adapter, the bridge disappears and the wireless virtual switch shows Network cable unplugged:
To put this short: when you have set up an external virtual switch using a wireless adapter, from thereafter your wireless network adapter should never show Connected, nor should it never show a network name. It either shows Enabled, Bridged or Disabled, Bridged. That's how it should be.

More about Hyper-V virtual switches at our sister site the Eight Forums: Hyper-V Virtual Switch Manager

You could also check the video in this post, the part about virtual switches starts at 3:20 mark: Solved Windows 10 instructional videos by Ten Forums members - Page 52 - Windows 10 Forums

Kari

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