Intranet without the Internet

Intranet without the Internet

Post by WAITE GRO » Fri, 22 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Do you manage an Intranet that does not allow employees access to the
Internet? Have you discovered cool ways to enhance their available
content without sapping all your energy?

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looking for an author to write a book on enriching an Intranet. If you
are interested in this project, please contact Susan Walton

information about yourself.


1. Losing internet & intranet connectivity, connection won't recycle, can't regain without reboot

I'm running Red Hat 6.2 with a dsl connection and a static IP address, with
no DHCP (through telocity). Just recently, I started having connectivity
interruptions once or twice a day, and when it gets interrupted, my machine
never reconnects on its own. Even restarting network services (as in
ifdown/ifupping the ethernet adapters) doesn't help, and the only way I've
been able to get back online is a full reboot, which is a real pain in the
ass when I'm several miles away and cannot get remote access due to a
severed connection.
Also, when this interruption happens, I lose connectivity to my internal
masqueraded network. That part makes even less sense to me -- somehow a
service interruption, or maybe something else entirely now that I think
about it, is causing an interruption of internet and intranet connectivity.

If anyone has any input, advice, etc. on this situation, I would be very



2. Upgrade AIX/ Install cdrom on 520h AIX 3.2.5

3. Setting up OS5 for Internet dial-up workstation WITHOUT Internet Fast Start HOW ?

4. Adding a network card

5. URGENT: Intranet-Dial-Up-Routing to ISP without static IP/sub-C

6. IP Masquerade

7. Internet/Intranet to Legacy

8. How do you configure a second NIC?

9. DNS Setup (Intranet w/ Internet Cache)

10. Web-based Internet/intranet application platform

11. Technicaly Isn't an Intranet an Internet?

12. intranet to internet

13. Switching between Intranet and Internet browsing.