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Take the Challenge, part 12

Take the Challenge, part 12

Do you consider yourself a networking expert? Test your knowledge and offer your opinion or advice by responding to the latest Challenge set. Review this list or visit the Networking Challenge forum to answer the latest Challenge questions and complete against your peers for a $25 gift certificate to our bookstore. We would like to remind you that these are true questions that have been submitted to one of our various site experts. Due do the overwhelming amount of questions that are received on a weekly basis; our experts are unable to answer them all. That's where you come in -- show your networking skills and help your peers.

Challenge question #56: --> --> --> --> .FVLSa4OCtkq.13@.1dcf90b3/272>VoIP silence suppression
When a VoIP gateway has silence suppression ability it generates noise, usually called "confort noise." Some codecs already have that ability. My question is, what kind of noise is generated: white, pink or some other type?
Question submitted by Henrique

Challenge question #57: Need help setting up XP as SNMP client
Where do I get info on setting up an XP machine as an SNMP client? I have started SNMP as a process; I need help to point it to my management server.
Question submitted by Solomon

Challenge question #58: Windows 2000 server documentation
What should I document when setting up a Windows 2000 server attached to a Linux server?
Question submitted by Mick

Challenge question #59: Need help setting up a DNS server on W2k platform
I would like to setup a DNS server on W2000 platform, are there any easy guides or books on the subject. If anyone has documented step-by-step instructions about their experiences I would greatly appreciate it if they would share it with me. Also how do I install DNS on other platforms?
Question submitted by Nathan

Challenge question #60: Advice needed to avoid message overlap
How can I build a circuit to cancel the effect the crosstalk in a DSL line or in twisted pair line to avoid message overlap?
Question submitted by Amani

Congratulations to our latest forum post winner, Randy Grein. Randy won a $25 gift certificate to our bookstore for responding to several Challenge questions during this contest period. .xVNDaLRNtBk.0@ee91441@.1dcf90b3/256 >See his forum posts here.

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