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1  General discussions / General Discussion / It's been 7 or 8 years since my last post on: February 20, 2013, 03:37:55 PM
Anyone from earlier 2000's still on these boards?
2  Cisco / CCNP / Whats up Crowd on: March 09, 2005, 09:03:21 PM
Just wanted to shoot a hello to any old members here. I havent logged into the boards in some time. I've been to busy for certs for the past 2 years and am thinking about picking them back up again to gain some new experience and change fields a bit.

I got real heavy into Cisco for about three years and then landed a job (current job) as a director of IT. So I'm still hands on but the Cisco side of the gig is a piece of cake nothing to complex...

Anyways, just wanted to say whats up?

Reamer - remember you - Any sign of MAdChef? He was the king...

Good Luck to everyone preparing..

-Beenframed..
3  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / 70-081 Exchange 5.5 / 5.5 and problems within the IMS queue on: March 09, 2005, 08:53:02 PM
They are undeliverables....
4  General discussions / Programming Forum / C++ help on: March 09, 2005, 08:51:00 PM
Hi, I am new to programmign and am trying out some exercises.

Can someone help me with soem source code for creating this:

The code should be:

#include

main()
{
        /* Declare variables */

   /* Prompt for input values from the screen */

   /* calculate gross pay */

   /* print out employee information to the screen */
}


What should my source code look like.

Thanks for any help
5  Cisco / CCNP / Term Window Crashing computer on: January 14, 2004, 06:20:28 PM
Hey all,

OK, very wierd thing happened to me today and it is a problem that I can duplicate.

Using a Win XP computer and a Windows Shell to telnet first to a Solaris box and from there to a PIX firewall. When I paste any commands into the shell destined for the PIX it crashes my computer. I mean it literally just shuts my computer off. The logs have showed me absolutley nothing. I can type commands in to the term window and everything works fine. But I just can't "paste" to the PIX config - Anyone have any idea why this is?

Later,

-BF
6  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / Give up on: September 10, 2003, 10:31:21 PM
Hey guys - I haven't posted to these boards in a while but have read over this very lenthgy thread and figured I'd pop my 2 cents in. I'm in NYC and although I have not been looking for a job - friends have told me that full-time perm. positions are very difficult to come by. Considering the skill level that some of my friends have I consider this to be a true statement. However they also told me that their is quite a bit of (1 day up until a few weeks)project consulting gigs available and that these jobs are everything from desktop rollouts, Server rollouts, Networking equipment setup and spotty DBA work. Myself I worked very hard to get into IT back in 98. I always had a nack with techie stuff but was actually driving a city bus when I decided to take up IT. I started out with certs and just kept plugging away until I had enough to land a job. After landing my first job I plugged away at my degree and more certs. I was laid off right after 9-11 and my layoff was direct result of it as I worked a few blocks from WTC and clientale fell off. I landed a job after 3 weeks with a prestigius organization and to tell you the truth I was under qualified for the position. I had a decent background with a wide rnge of products but the position required me to know a lot more then I did. The reason I landed the position (and have since been told by my director) was all becasue of my personality and the social skills I used during my interview. I dont want to undervalue certs or a degree but your personality will take a very long way if you work it properly.

For those of you having a tuff time finding work, don't give up. What I would suggest is if you have been interviewing and talking to Head hunters and still have no bites try reading up on interview skills, general communication skills, management skills and leadership skills. Treat learning those skills just as if you were trying to obtain a certification in it(put that much effort into it). You can practice acting like that to friends, family and the girl/boy in Mcdonalds. At first you might feel like your being a fake or something but the more you practice it, the more you will develop that skill set and after awhile you will just get use to communicating with people that way.

I'm not saying that this is everyone or anyone in here's particular problem. I'm just saying that I've seen some punks get nice jobs because they have good communication skills. (Punks = including myslef). If you have the skill set, salary desired isnt to outrageous and the area you live in isnt totally dried up then you must be doing something wrong with your resume and/or communication skills.

Anyways good luck to you all,

I hope to see the market turn up sometime soon.

Regards,

-BF

--------------------------------------------
-BeenFramed--
CCNP, MCSE, A+, Networking+, Security+
Working towards RHCT

"Don't stay in bed, unless you can make money in bed."
- George Burns (1896-1996)
7  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / 70-215 / DNS on a Nt 4.0 server on: August 27, 2002, 04:39:13 PM
This a NT Server DNS question. The network I took over had DHCP configured for the network, DHCP was configured to give all nodes and external DNS server to resolve url's. I have started to change that and set up an internal DNS server, I have configured a few test machines with the internal DNS address. For the most part everything seems to work just fine. The one bug I found is that for some strange reason, I cannot resolve http://www.msnbc.com when using my internal DNS. Every other site that I have tried to go to gets resolved but msnbc.com for some reason does not resolve - same problem on all the test machines. If I switch back to the external DNS addresses that they were originally configured with I have no problem getting there. Any thoughts on this...

Thanks - BF
8  General discussions / Certifications and IT jobs/Salaries / What is your job status? on: August 23, 2002, 11:13:54 AM
Dir of tech/Network Administrator for a Major Sports Organization. Take care of anything from Deskside - Servers - Phone systems - Backend Network Hardware (Firewalls, Routers Switches) - Hardware purchasing - Negotiate all Tech Vendor Contracts - IT Budget - And anything else with the words IT in it, or a power outlet.


Geez, they should be paying me more...

-bf
9  Cisco / CCNP / DHCP Server on NT Server 4.0 on: August 23, 2002, 09:19:52 AM
OK - The problem has been solved, for those of you who suggested a rogue server running dhcp thanks - that got me looking in the right direction. After I came up with no servers running DHCP, I scanned the network for remote connections - Unfortunatly a lot of folks are now connecting remotley - When I recieved an address on the 192.168.0.0 network I found that I could ping 192.168.0.254 (There lies my problem) whatever device out there had that address was running DHCP - I sent an email out to a block of somewhat tech savy users of mine to see if anyone was running a home network with a 192.168.0.0 network. There was one, the hardware device broadcasting DHCP was a netopia dsl router/hub - it was just being used as a hub but DHCP broadcasting was never shut off. Turned off DHCP - problem solved.


Thanks for all posts- BF
10  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / Windows 2000 track general / Best way to change the domain name on: August 23, 2002, 09:04:23 AM
One of my sites wants to change their domains name - They currently have a NT 4 server as a pdc and another new server with NT 4 running as the BDC. The current pdc is aging so they want to promote the bdc to the pdc. But they also want to change the domain name. Will all NT accounts be lost, if they change the domain name on the newly promoted PDC,(I am under the impression they will be)?

If so, would this be the best sugestion: Remove the new BDC from the domain, rebuild it as a PDC with new domain name, create all the user accounts as per the existing the domain and PDC and migrate the users over one by one..

Any suggestions/comments much appreciated..

Note: This is an NT 4 domain thier is no Windows 2000 AD in the plans..

Thanks - BF
11  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / Exchange server 2000 / 5.5 and problems within the IMS queue on: August 21, 2002, 12:31:35 PM
I'm having this problem with my IMS queue on Exchange 5.5. I can't seem to fix. I host email for a large organization that spans multiple sites.

I have turned off Mail Relay and doing test show, I receive messages that mail relay is prohibited but here's my problem.

Whenever I open the queue, I notice that in the Queue name "Outbound messages awaiting delivery" there are messages going through that do not have an originator.

Most messages that go through have an internal orignator address and external domain destination. But every time I go in there I find 20-30 emails with no originator, I figured it was someone relaying through my server. Now that I have confrimed that Mail Relay is prohibited on the server - I'm not sure where these messages are coming from and how to stop them.

Any suggestions or comments are apreciatted.

Thanks - BF


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12  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / 70-081 Exchange 5.5 / 5.5 and problems within the IMS queue on: August 21, 2002, 11:55:31 AM
I'm having this problem with my IMS queue on Exchange 5.5. I can't seem to fix. I host email for a large organization that spans multiple sites.

I have turned off Mail Relay and doing test show, I receive messages that mail relay is prohibited but here's my problem.

Whenever I open the queue, I notice that in the Queue name "Outbound messages awaiting delivery" there are messages going through that do not have an originator.

Most messages that go through have an internal orignator address and external domain destination. But every time I go in there I find 20-30 emails with no originator, I figured it was someone relaying through my server. Now that I have confrimed that Mail Relay is prohibited on the server - I'm not sure where these messages are coming from and how to stop them.

Any suggestions or comments are apreciatted.

Thanks - BF


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13  Cisco / CCNP / DHCP Server on NT Server 4.0 on: August 12, 2002, 12:55:56 PM
I dont think it's a rogue server thats out there. The nodes are receiving the addresses from the DHCP server. (DHCP Server with a scope configured for the 10.0.0.0 network.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Event Type:   Warning
Event Source:   DhcpServer
Event Category:   None
Event ID:   1011
Date:      8/12/2002
Time:      11:01:13 AM
User:      N/A
Computer:   MLSNYS03
Description:
The DHCP server issued a NACK to the client (524153200000E8673E8D000012000000) for the address (192.168.200.13) request.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Data:
0000: 52 41 53 20 00 00 e8 67   RAS ..?g
0008: 3e 8d 00 00 12 00 00 00   >?......
r
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Although, I have checked the rest of my servers and none of them are running DHCP.

Thanks for your comments..
14  Cisco / CCNP / DHCP Server on NT Server 4.0 on: August 09, 2002, 01:03:52 PM
yes, I do have a yellow bulb and I probably should've noted that some pc's are able to get ips from DHCP but not all. It's very random - Some W2K machines some win98 machines - Also- having checked most of the obvious stuff my dhcp pool is 60-40 (60% active, 40$ unleased)

My original post said:

Clients are getting addresses in the 192.168.0.0 subnet. My DHCP scope is 10.x.x.x.

I don't have 2 subents, my dhcp scope is in the 10.x.x.x network. I don't have a subnet or dhcp scope for the 192.168.0.0 network but nodes are picking up addresses from the 192.168.0.0 network. The server as in my original post:

Event log on the server shows errors that the DHCP server issued a NACK to MAC address xxxxxxxxxxx with 192.168.0.1 -

is logging that event to the event log. Which tells me that the server is negotiating with the nodes trying to recieve addresses but not leasing them an ip from 10.x.x.x scope. It's like the server is saying "well for whatever reason dhcp doesnt want to give you an IP so here take an address from the 192.168.0.0 network"

still fighting this problem..

I have rebooted all my switches, thinking something may be cached.
15  Microsoft (MCSE, MCSD, MOUS, MCAD) / Windows 2000 track general / DHCP Server on NT Server 4.0 on: August 08, 2002, 09:29:50 AM
yeah, same problem I am having except I don't have any synoptics hubs on my network. the backend is all Cisco 2900 series switches.

Thanks
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