MCI tool connects and then disconnects from the LANMCI interface. Is there a way I could tell if another server has got the interface before my server?
If not is there any way to reset the interface? I already tried disabling the LANMCI and enabling it again, that did not clear the problem.
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the ecm may need resetting as the battery was disconnected
use a scan to to reset it and then the immobilizer may operate properly
make sure that all wiring harness connections are right and properly connected
Make sure DHCP is off on the Linksys router first, set the IP of the router inside the scope of your DHCP server's scope (set it as the gateway so if your using 192.168.1.X, set it to 192.168.1.1).
After that, remove static IP settings on your desktop (except the one using DCHP, set that to 192.168.1.10)
I believe you are asking for instruction on how to backup your Active Directory domain from the server, correct? The best way to do this is to use a third-party utility like Symantec's BackUp Exec and perform a System State backup.
Although Windows comes with a basic backup utility, your best bet is to go with a third party tool.
You seem to have the last resort (o.o.o.o) set to VLAN1 which is set as an inside interface.
Is VLAN1 connected to the outside router or internet backbone?
If not, change the last resort to the outside Ethernet port.
In order to really test your modem you need to call more than just 1 (your ISP's) number. If you are not getting 56k connects, you should try your modem with other local/toll/toll-free numbers. This is a list of some toll-free numbers, the 3Com "Line Test" Number (a toll-call), and links to various ISP local access number listings Setting up an account with a Free ISP is another way you can test and isolate modem/ISP problems. 1-847-330-2780 - USR Linetest number - this is a toll call; if you log-in as "Line Test" with a v.34 modem, it will attempt to determine if your line will support 56k connections.
1-847-330-4569 - US Robotics' V.92 Test number - this is a toll call; the server is a 3Com Total Control HiPer ARC running V.92 server side code that supports PCM upstream.
The following numbers use toll circuits but are free to the caller (as long as you don't log in):
1-800-245-3828 - (Canadian weather BBS) 1-800-590-4857 - (IBM Global network access # x2 and V.90 3Com Server) 1-800-784-3638 - (Netcom - supports V.90) 1-888-861-8490 - (MCI/Worldcom)) 1-888-245-0113 - (AOL access x2) 1-800-716-0023 - (AOL alternate access) 1-888-296-3892 - (AT&T Worldnet accessV.90,x2) 1-800-638-1483 - (GTE Net access - V.90/K56Flex Ascend Server) 1-800-572-1959 - (Compuserve V.90,x2) 1-800-350-6885 - (Earthlink - V.90,x2) 1-800-853-7921 - (Earthlink - Flex) 1-800-534-7097 - (Earthlink - Flex) 1-800-304-4226 - (Shore.net - Flex) 1-800-320-4509 - (Ascend 56KFlex test line) 1-800-779-2966 - (Used to be MCI) 1-800-846-7562 - (Gateway BBS)