I have a client in my network which it has 2 NIC, assume eth0 and eth1. A specific scanner with ip address of 192.168.1.1 is connected to eth0 of this client and eth1 is connected to my network. In my ...
I have a network in the 192.168.10.xxx range. On one of the computers on the network there are two NICs. One NIC is in the 192.168.10.xxx subnet, connected to the main network. The other NIC is in the ...
Is it possible to automatically strip unwanted text out of a message body and forward it to another email address? I currently receive a weekly list of songs to play on my radio show in a list from 1 ...
I can't get port forwarding to work now that I am using windows 7 (64-bit). I am using a wireless connection (no wired connection available). I have the ports forwarded (IP has been double checked, ...