I have a Wireless WAN network that I am managing devices on. We recently had an IP conflict that took us over 10 months to find (we had no idea there was even a conflict until we were pinging a ...
I have a public IP-addr on one machine: a.b.c.156/32 The GW is a.b.c.133 (which is in the /27 network with its gateway a.b.c.129) I statically added an arp route: sudo arp -an a.b.c.133 at ...
Does the routing order matter: > route -n Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 123.x.x.151 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 UH ...
Because MAC addresses are only usable across the local network segment, we use IP addresses to communicate with other segments via routers. Meanwhile, for local targets, ARP is used to translate IPs ...
I have a network with several routers serving as accesspoint connected trough a switch to a central DLS/router/AP. One of the slave router have been somehow partially reset (SSID changed to 'default' ...
Possible Duplicate: What are the purposes of the addresses in this ARP table? I notice that ANY computer that I go to, if I do a arp -a command from a command line, I receive a reply back ...