Archive for January, 2010

What We’re Reading, Week of 1/25

Posted: 28th January 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights

The Windows Blog… Remote Access Challenges In this post, Alexander Kent explains some of the most common remote access challenges and offers advice on how to make your Windows Home Server accessible across the Internet. He addresses these issues: UPnP is not enabled or supported by your router, an Internet Service Provider is blocking Remote Access […]

What We're Reading, Week of 1/25

Posted: 28th January 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights

The Windows Blog… Remote Access Challenges In this post, Alexander Kent explains some of the most common remote access challenges and offers advice on how to make your Windows Home Server accessible across the Internet. He addresses these issues: UPnP is not enabled or supported by your router, an Internet Service Provider is blocking Remote Access […]

What We're Reading, Week of 1/18

Posted: 21st January 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Insecure about Security… Approximately Half of All Organizations Will Increase Security and Networking Spending in 2010 In this post, John Olstik says that nearly half of all mid-market (100 to 999 employees) and enterprise (1,000 employees or more) companies will increase their spending on network hardware in 2010. Their top priorities will include WLAN, IP […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 1/18

Posted: 21st January 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Insecure about Security… Approximately Half of All Organizations Will Increase Security and Networking Spending in 2010 In this post, John Olstik says that nearly half of all mid-market (100 to 999 employees) and enterprise (1,000 employees or more) companies will increase their spending on network hardware in 2010. Their top priorities will include WLAN, IP […]

Arcane IP Conflict to Watch Out For

Posted: 20th January 2010 by VPN Haus in Troubleshoot

Every once in a while, someone flags the NCP Help Desk with an arcane VPN connection question. Earlier this week, we came across a blog post by Merrick Chaffer on EMC Consulting Blogs, offering advice on just such an issue, and we thought we’d share it. Merrick decided to solve the problem on his own […]