the nature of wireless right now is that it is not secure, no matter what type of encryption you use...it's getting better, but the encryption algorithms are weak/broken so don't expect to be secure when using wireless!!
Pinging the local loopback (127.0.0.1) will tell you of the PROTOCOLS are functioning properly on the computer...not the physical card. Pinging your own IP address will tell you if the card is functioning properly.
if you create an image it will usually be compressed...if your 40gig drive is at capacity and you were to create a CD image, the imaging software would span the image across multiple cd's...you can't compress a 40gig image to just 1 cdrw
the error that you linked referenced netware as a possible cause...since you are not using netware the only other possibility according to the article is that "DNS is not setup properly".
That being said are you using a wireless router as your wireless access point??? If so, is your...
I saw a different comparison that had the dna and catalyst as #1 and #2 and the omega's were #3 and not even close to the other 2. I have used all 3 and have so far stuck with the dna
Why not try them all out and see which ones you like better? :)
for the boot to a cd issue...check the BIOS...boot order...as for the 4100's not being able to boot to a cd...that is false...I had a 4100 and never had trouble booting to a cd or installing xp!!! Check your boot settings in the BIOS
The nice thing about all of this is that the 2k servers that we are running are just application servers....something new for us since we use Novell for almost everything!!! :) Anyway, we have some applications that need 2K, and thus, I now maintain them. We don't run anything special like...