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Called my server Centurytel . He could not get me back up and running on the web. They said I should call KDS support. I cannot fine a tel. number anywhere. The modem and wires are good. When I first hooked it up about 3 years ago I could not plug into ethernet I had to plug into USB. Now neither one works. What is the problem. Send answer to the email below. My email is cathy1950@centurytel.net does not work. Send answer to emercier@bayland.net Thank You Cathy

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Unfortunately WinXP Pro cannot cannot become a domain server, but you can install a free program called K9 Web Protection on each of the PC's you have on your network and will be able to allow users to browse safely on the internet. Here is a link to their site:

http://www1.k9webprotection.com/

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Browse websites faster


Here are no-cost ways to fine-tune DNS for faster browsing.

There's a simple way you can get to Web sites faster, and it won't cost you a penny. You can change the way your PC uses the Domain Name System (DNS), the technology underlying all Web browsing.

Before you start, it's a good idea to get a basic understanding of how DNS works. When you type in a URL such as www.example.com, that URL needs to be translated into a numeric IP address that Web servers and Internet routers can understand. When you type in a URL, a DNS server does the translation, from www.example.com to 208.77.188.166, for example.

An often used analogy to explain the Domain Name System is that it serves as the "phone book" for the Internet by translating human-friendly computer hostnames into IP addresses. For example, www.example.com translates to 208.77.188.166.

DNS servers live on the Internet, and your computer contacts them with the request to do that translation, which is commonly called name resolution. When you use an ISP, your computer will automatically use the default DNS servers specified by your ISP; you typically don't need to set up DNS in any way. If you're on a corporate network, your systems administrator may have set you up to use specific DNS servers.

If there's a delay in contacting the DNS server, or if the DNS server takes too much time resolving the address, you'll face a delay in getting to a Web site. So even if you've got the world's fattest pipe, your Web surfing will be slowed down.

If you could speed up the name resolution in some way, you'd be able to speed up your Web surfing. And that's exactly what I'll show you how to do.

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How to configure Remote access/VPN server role (using windows as my operating system)?


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Unable to get verizon westell modem/router to work


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Try this:
Go to the interface through your browser: 192.168.1.1
Go to profile editor, if there is a profile listed, click edit. Then enter in your username under Account ID and then your password. Hit save, then OK.
Then hover over the configuration menu option, click on advanced WAN. It should look like the following attached screen shot to this message. If the VPI/VCI and Protocol are different, which they probably are, click the edit button. Make sure it matches exactly as it appears above. VPI=8, VCI=35, Protocol=PPPoE.


If you have any more questions or this did not fix your problem, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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Can't get site to publish


Hello kindly try this steps and links in publishing your site on net.

  1. Understand the basics. To publish a web site, you should know what a web site must have to be published. A website has a unique web address like www.google.com or www.yahoo.com. This is called a domain name. Each domain name is registered with a DNS (Domain Name Server), which identifies a domain name with a unique ID i.e. IP address (A bunch of 4 groups of 3 digits each). Then, a web site must have a webspace allocated to it. This is provided by a Web Server maintained by many companies.
  2. Look on the web if the name you want to register for website is still available i.e not registered by anyone. You can search for this on many websites like http://www.networksolutions.com etc. If the name is available, then go for it, or think over a new name.
  3. Note the following. If the name is available, then you should go to an Internet Service Provider and get the name of your website registered. You'll get a unique IP address and domain name from the same Internet Service Provider or another buy a web space for your web site. A normal and usual website can be designed with 5 MB of Web space. Depending on your requirement buy web space. There may be generally two options one on a web server using Windows hosting or Linux hosting. Linux hosting is generally cheaper. Also consider the design of your web site and tools you are using to develop your web pages. These should be available on the hosting web server.
  4. Get your web pages designed and working on your own or by a professional web site designer.
  5. Upload the contents of the web pages (files, Folders etc.) as it is to the web server with FTP address, login and password provided by hosting service provider.
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If you need more assistance just reply to this post.

Thanks

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There's no easy answer to these as there are too many variables to consider. The first issue is to correct you on one point - HTML and JSP files cannot be made into an "executable file" (like a Windows .exe file) but must be placed onto a web server that can process JSP files.

The most common JSP web server is called Tomcat and can be downloaded for free from http://tomcat.apache.org. This application will allow you to run your project on your local computer or network but it is unlikely (difficult or not possible depending on your ISP) you will be able to make this accessible to other Internet users. This is usually only good for testing to see if your application works properly (which you should do before putting it on the Internet)

If want other people to access your web project you will need to find a commercial hosting provider that allows you to host JSP-based websites. These are actually not so common so you will have to look around the Web to find a good one at a good price.

As far as using Tomcat web server is concerned I would refer you to the manual at the website you downloaded it from. With JSP projects it is not always as easy as copying your files to the server and having it work straight away - sometimes you need other library files and sometimes you need to configure the server correctly with details about your web application - all depending on how you created your JSP project (which I don't know enough about).

If you haven't already, I recommend using the free Netbeans application from http://www.netbeans.org to develop your JSP projects as it makes it much easier, comes with a built in JSP web server and there are a lot of good tutorials and instructions at their website to make it easy to get your web application up and running.

Once you get over the initial problem of how to run JSP web applications, using JSP is a lot of fun and very powerful.

Let me know how you get on or if you need any more help.

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Sony KDS-60A2000 It worked fine last week. Turned it on today and it can't detect the cable. We do not have a digital box. The other TVs are fine. I called the server they said there was no problem. What...


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Proxy sever


A server that sits between a client application, such as a Web browser, and a real server
. It intercepts all requests to the real server to see if it can fulfill the requests itself. If not, it forwards the request to the real server.


Proxy servers have two main purposes:

# Improve Performance: Proxy servers can dramatically improve performance for groups of users. This is because it saves the results of all requests for a certain amount of time. Consider the case where both user X and user Y access the World Wide Web through a proxy server. First user X requests a certain Web page, which we'll call Page 1. Sometime later, user Y requests the same page. Instead of forwarding the request to the Web server where Page 1 resides, which can be a time-consuming operation, the proxy server simply returns the Page 1 that it already fetched for user X. Since the proxy server is often on the same network as the user, this is a much faster operation. Real proxy servers support hundreds or thousands of users. The major online services
such as America Online, MSN and Yahoo, for example, employ an array of proxy servers.


# Filter Requests: Proxy servers can also be used to filter requests. For example, a company might use a proxy server to prevent its employees from accessing a specific set of Web sites.



A proxy server receives a request for an Internet service (such as a Web page request) from a user. If it passes filtering requirements, the proxy server, assuming it is also a cache server , looks in its local cache of previously downloaded Web pages. If it finds the page, it returns it to the user without needing to forward the request to the Internet. If the page is not in the cache, the proxy server, acting as a client on behalf of the user, uses one of its own IP addresses to request the page from the server out on the Internet. When the page is returned, the proxy server relates it to the original request and forwards it on to the user.

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An advantage of a proxy server is that its cache can serve all users. If one or more Internet sites are frequently requested, these are likely to be in the proxy's cache, which will improve user response time. In fact, there are special servers called cache servers. A proxy can also do logging.

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POP3 server has not responded in 60sec. A timeout has occurred while communicating with acct. centurytel.net


could be a number of problems.
To test this I tried to telnet to mail.centurytel.net on port 110 and it did not work. Of course this is assuming that the incoming pop3 is set to: mail.centurytel.net

If it is possible that the MX record is not set to point to the right IP which is:

mx3c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.40
mx4c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.41
mx1c35.carrierzone.com internet address = 209.235.147.38

I would suggest that you contact the hosting provider and ask then to look into the reason telnet is not working.

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Web Server Crashes on port 80.


A couple of questions for you...
1) What do you mean by 'crash'? How do you know its crashed?
2) Can you look in the Windows Event Viewer to see if there are any warning/error messages in the Application or System logs around the time of the starting or crashing of your web site on port 80? If so, anything that suggests the issue. If you don't understand the errors, try posting some of them here.
3) Is there any other web server running on port 80? If your running Internet Information Server, open the Internet Information Server Manager (mmc) console and click on "Web Sites" and it should list all the sites in the right pane. If you have anything 'running' on port 80, it will conflict.
4) Are you running Apache or any other web server on the system? If so, you're going to need to look at those configurations as well.
5) How about any other applications that might have a built in web server?

Let me know.

Jan 14, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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