Have been attempting to set up wireless network in a church. When I set up the AP everything seems to work fine before I turn on WEP. I can access the network and server as well as the internet. Wireless connection properties shows an excellent connection and our internal IP Address.
When I turn WEP on, it get a strong connection to the AP but it says limited or no connectivity. When checking the properties I find that the DHCP address was not added and the default address is listed. (The one you get when HDCP is not working 169)
Can someone give me a hint on where to go from here. Using Microsoft 2003 server and an actiontec 1100 dsl modem.
Hello all,I am curious as to whether cisco has an official topology for CCNA and CCNP. If so, where can I find this information. If not, are there any suggestion for other topologies to use. Thanks,Dave C
Hi everyone, I'm having some trouble with output drops that maybe someone would be kind enough to check over for me. The map for this section is here https://imgur.com/a/baPYoxb I have 2x 2960 connected to 2x Nexus 3500 via 4x Fibre, as I m...
Hello, I am trying to configure on a Catalyst 1000 switch a DHCP Server on network 192.168.1.0/24 with a fixed IP address of 192.168.1.10 for a PC Network with a specific MAC address. Here is the steps I followed :1) Type commands on Switchconf ...
I am engaging a very large new smart campus (around 10 sqm, 20 large buildings, 2 train stations, multiple bus stations, and lots of audio visual devices) network design competition recently. Some system integrator proposed the Corning One GPON/XGPON as t...