[T]Simple Network setup In an I-cafe

Discussion in 'Internet cafe business' started by lordmight, Feb 21, 2009.


  1. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




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    ganito kasi balak kong network set up..
    plug and play na ba ang switch at wala nang settings na icoconfigure gaya ng routers? pagkaalala ko e parang wala na settings eh.. cisco switch ata yun ginamit namin noon.. :)
     
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  2. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    haha ito naman karamihan nang cisco switch may configuration, regular switches plug and play lang.
     
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  3. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    basta need mo lang gawing static IP pag walang router or any system based dhcp server.
     
  4. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    ganun ba? dati kasi saksak lang namin 5pcs sa switch tapos ginwang static ip mga pcs.. tapos yun ok na siya, napiping na.. hehehe..
     
  5. lordmight

    lordmight Guest




    Yun nga yun, basta gawing static lang IP nang mga pc okayna yon switch <--- workstations kahit walang router.
     
  6. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    next week magpaturo ako sayo ha.. router - switch - 11PCs.. hehehe
    lipad ako bukas punta manila tapos shopping sa gilmore.. hehehe.. :D
     
  7. mark1065

    mark1065 Member




    oo akin ganito din setup, basta static ip mga workstation para pag nag reset ka router hindi maapektuhan ang mga nag lan games, saka plug n play naman halos...
    question lang ako tungkol sa ganitong setup, pwede ba hindi ma access ng mga workstation ang router ko, kase ang personal ko PC sa router na ka connect so yun gamit ko para ma access ang router pero try ko sa workstation kase pwede pa rin nila ma access ang router eh, meron bang procedure para doon?
     
  8. josekym

    josekym Member




    ^^Yes, pwede ma-access yung router from any PC behind it, if you did not restrict the web gui access in the first place.

    Hangga't maaari, lagyan mo ng malakas na password, or restrict mo yung web management to specific IP/MAC only.
     
  9. mark1065

    mark1065 Member




    Bossing paturo naman ng procedure para hindi ma access ng mga workstation ang router dapat yun direct sa router lang tulad ng PC ko pwede ma access ang router, im using Prolink H6300g ng globe...
     
  10. josekym

    josekym Member




    ^^For the H6300G, you have three approaches:

    1) Put a strong admin password on it (Click on "Maintenance" and "Administration")

    2) Configure the Access List:
    a) Click on "Access Management" and "ACL"
    b) Define the IP address range you wish to allow and allow for ALL interfaces
    c) Define the IP address range you wish to deny and disallow on LAN interface

    3) Combine #1+#2

    Usually, #1 should suffice to keep LAN intruders out.
     



  11. para kunyari di maaccess router mo, enable mo HTTPS sa administration settings. lagyan mo ng check.

    pagaccess mo sa router mo need mo like this "https://192.168.1.1"

    ang default kasi is "http://192.168.1.1"
    "s" stands for security

    pero password pa rin ang pinaka importante. :)
     



  12. good day po ask ko lang kung pwede ung dalawang isp + router + switch + 7 units of pc? same din po ba ng settings? bibilis pa ba ang net? thank you and more power..
     
  13. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    boss lordmight.. ask ko lang compatible itong router,
    D-Link DIR-655 Extreme N Gigabit Router
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    sa switch na ito???
    D-Link DGS-1210 16Port Gigabit Switch???
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    cat6 ba ang gagamiting cable?

    thnx.. :)
     
  14. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    wala pa pala ito reply... hehehe
    patulong naman po sa mga experts jan..
    gusto ko lang malaman kung anong cables ang gagamitin sa connection ng router -> swicth -> computers.. straight ba or crossover?
    sorry ngayon lang ako magnenetwork kaya di ko alam.. - nakaliutan ko pala nung tinuro samin yan 2 years ago.. hehehe
    atsaka, saan ko isasaksak sa switch yung cable ng router??? hahaha.. shet..
     
  15. jury

    jury Member




    straight through lang gamitin mo sir. yung crossover sa pagkakaalam ko eh ginagamit ko lang sa pagconnect ko ng pc to pc. hehe. "pag ngtitrip kami ng kuya ko". its up to you if you use t-568a or t-568b.

    my nakita ako sa net na specs. nandun na lahat ng kelangan mo malaman. if i am not mistaken ha.

    here's the lnk
    http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=DGS-1210-16
     
  16. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    nadownload ko na yung PDF wala ako nabasa kung anong cable ang gagamitin..

    so, ibig mo sabihin:

    router -------straight through-------switch-------straight through-------PC????
     
  17. jury

    jury Member




    yep. prang ganito.

    router_port_1 -> switch_port_1
    {
    switch_port_2->pc_1,
    switch_port_3->pc_2,
    switch_port_4->pc_3
    }

    gets?

    eto yung sa network cable
    Network Cables


    UTP Cat.5, Cat.5e (100m max)
    EIA/TIA-568 100-ohm STP (100m max
     
  18. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    ayun! ayun!
    hehehe..
    thank you.. :D
     
  19. jury

    jury Member




    hehe. di ko lang sure kung panu gamtiin yung 4 ports nya sa kabila, dun sa dulong right pag naka harap sa iyo yung unit. manual ba yung na dl mo?
     
  20. j0sefuz

    j0sefuz Member




    yup. manual yung dinownload ko..
    nakalagay sa manual, yung 4 ports sa right side ay SFP PORTS FOR OPTICAL TRANSCEIVERS, and i have no idea kung ano yon.. hahaha
     
                                 

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