The IP (internet protocol) is a protocol for transmitting data over packets ("datagrams"). It is the primary protocol of the Internet. "IP" may also refer to an IP address, the numerical address assigned to an IP-capable device.

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How to convert a hexadecimal value to a “standard” ip address?

How do I manually convert a hex value to a IP address without a online converter? For example what is 80D00297 in normal IP dot notation?
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How did someone stopped my wifi

hey i was just messing up with a guy on Kik who knows hacking. Suddenly there's no internet access on any of my connected devices for like 5 mins. Then when i got internet access. He kikked me ...
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Record All IP's Forwarded To Port

I have a Netgear WNDR 4300 and have multiple ports forwarded for RDC, Websites, Web Streaming excetera. Is there a way (I am open to using DDWRT if that is the only way) - to capture IP Addresses ...
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vm workstation linux ip setting and putty connection

If you look at the picture, you'll see the Network Settings on VMWare Workstation. With this setting, I could not connect to the Linux VM with PuTTY. What have I incorrectly set?
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How do I remove an entry from IP address resolution?

On OS X, I am swapping devices using Thunderbolt Ethernet and often find that I'm unable to connect for some time to newly added devices. The cause seems to be that the interface (I apologize if I ...
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I need help configuring my DHCP server

I'm following this guide here, my goal is to set up a home server and I'm currently stuck at DHCP. I changed my DHCP server to 198.162.2.11, when I run ifconfig I can see that the default gateway and ...
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Shown router IP doesn't work

I've been trying to get a router's IP address to configure it. It's a D-Link DIR-615 router. I've seen a few answers on how to get the router's IP address, though none of them works, it shows the ...
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Local network device changing other IP addresses

I have 3 devices on a local network. A router, a smart meter, and a raspberry pi (Raspbian Jessie). The router has an IP address of 192.168.1.1, the smart meter is set to have a static address, IP ...
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Need help logging on to 192.168.1.1

trying to reset my security password- and same problem as listed- tried using admin for admin and password for password at http://192.168.1.1 but seem to have locked myself out. What should I do to ...
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DHCP Lease Expire Time (IPV4)?

Could someone tell me what this does? I assume it changes my WAN IP address? Recently somebody got my WAN IP address and for security reasons I wish to change it, should I wait till the DHCP lease ...
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After I did setup a CNAME ddns for a “real” third level ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

(Coming from Server Fault) I have a domain example.com I have a router at home, with dynamic IP, and I use (it works very well) no-ip service ( example.no-ip.com ) I did configure a new third ...
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Iso osi, what is the path that the data used (hardware and software)?

Sorry for my bad english. I don't know what way the data use when it go from the layer 7 in the iso osi model to the layer 1. For example, when i write an email the message what path used? i think ...
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Would getting a new Comcast modem change the WAN IP?

Recently I've been getting ddosed because someone sent me a link which logged my IP. I've called Comcast and asked if they could change my ipv4 address and they only told me to do ipconfig /release ...
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Understanding unique ip and port [duplicate]

My browser is Firefox, with 3 open tabs: tab1-->google.com tab2-->yahoo.com tab3-->msn.com All of them use port 80, and so does Photoshop: How does computer know which data belong to ...
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How many IPv4 addresses are used for dynamic assignment through ISPs?

From the IPv4 addresses, we have the private addresses (10.x, 172.x, 192.x), localhost addresses (127.x), self-assigned (169.x) multicast and broadcast addresses. From the remaining, I guess a lot of ...
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How to find type of device with mac address?

Recently, I find out that somebody uses my network traffic. I found his MAC address and now I wanna find full details of his device. I tried: http://www.macvendors.com/ and such this, but the response ...
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PuTTY: Cannot connect to a friend's server even though not blacklisted

My friend is hosting a server from home and I have been helping him to run a game server on it. I was able to connect using PuTTY, WinSCP and the game we were hosting, but due to a former admin ...
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How to check if there is data exchange with a particular host with a script

I have a video streaming server that streams video to many TVs. I need to monitor the TV's remotely, so I need a tool that monitors the server network interface and say sends and email when TV A does ...
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Ethernet direct connection to nas

I have a NAS at home on my network but I would like to remove it from my network and use it like a sort of super USB drive for backup. I bought a Ethernet adapter for my computer and connected it but ...
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How to communicate with bluehost Server using public IP address and port

I have a GPS device, that can communicate with my server using IP address and port number. In my bluehost account, I use a public IP address. I have tried communicating with the device using that ...
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Networking (subnet)

I am new to networking and I am trying to learn about it. I can't make my on subnets. My questions are: What does "there are possible 32 hosts" mean? Do hosts address and ip addresses change from ...
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Windows Server 2008 (My PDC) shuts down if I run a script for the client or host computer in my domain

I have recently started implementing DHCP via my core switch for all the client or end computers in my domain. We have scripts running on the server (windows 2008) to restart the client systems three ...
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How to get a .ram file if IP is still working?

I have a .ram file on my computer which links to a .rm (Real Media) file at this address: pnm://132.177.204.12:8080/unh/commencement2007.rm Using my VLC player I can retrieve the first 2 minutes, ...
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Can a Dedicated Server or VPS have more then one IP active

I am working with VMWare ESXI 6.0 to create Virtual Machines. I was trying to create a virtual machine with more then one IP binded to it. One VPS 3 IPs attached to it. I have created 3 nics and added ...
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'vmnet2' can't be started because its routes collide with another device: 'en0'

I'm fairly new to using Vagrant and vms and only have a basic understanding of networking so would be great if someone can help me understand what is going on here and point me in the right direction ...
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Can we redirect an external API call by direct IP address to another IP using wampserver?

I'm developing a PHP web application using wampserver. This application interact with an ERP with a direct IP access. The IP changes depending on local testing and production environnement. I want ...
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Wifi access not allowing access to all sites (several incoming/outgoing IP blocked by ZoneAlarm) - hacking attempts?

Few months ago I was using my own internet (wifi in my own studio, under windows 7) and I was able to access any website I wanted. However, since few weeks, I moved into a shared housing and also use ...
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Will installing Tor on my VPS allow me to hide its IP address?

I want to hide my VPS's IP from hosts it interacts with across the Internet. It is my understanding that using Tor on a home computer would work to some extent, will it work as well on a VPS?
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Why is my IPv6 Address showing instead of my IPv4?

I am wanting to host a server, and I would like people to join through my IPv4 Address, but when I use ipconfig in the Command Prompt, I only get my IPv4 Address, and when I google "What is my IP" I ...
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Conflicting Public IP Addresses

I'm stumped. ipchicken.com is saying our ip address is 172.68.34.125. All other services (google, whatsmyip.org, etc) are saying our public ip address is 64.207.55.1. It should be 64.207.55.1 ...
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Debian - more network interfaces [duplicate]

I have dedicated server from OVH with additional ipv4, I have added the IP to the system interface configuration (debian), I can access the machine from both IPs now, but for some reason the first ...
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Two different Network interfaces simultaniously CentOS

I am going nuts since I have been trying to solve this for nearly a week now. Scenario: One Server with two different network devices. Each device is plugged into a different company subnet. eth0 ...
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Is it possible to find a remote IP address if I know the local IP address?

I’m connected to a network with a VPN. I need to connect to a device on the same network with it’s remote IP but the only IP I can find is the local one. Is there a way to find the remote IP of a ...
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Determining IP address subnet addres

Having an arbitrary public IP address is there a way to determine the subnet it belongs to whithout knowing the net-mask?
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May I know what are the format of the current ip addresses?

I try to find the ip address of the sender in my Gmail. I googled it and people suggests to look for the "received: from" I expected to see something XXX:XXX:XXX:XXX But I see something AAAA:BBBB:...
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Do servers hold one website only?

As from what I understand the DNS link the domain name with the IP address of the server the website is stored on, does that mean each server can only hold one website? If they don't, how does calling ...
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NAT in simple home LAN

I have a simple LAN at home. The LAN-side computers have by default an access to the WAN (internet). By default i mean i didn't changed/configured anything in the modem/router connecting the LAN to ...
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Windows 10 not getting ip from DHCP

My PC is running win10 64 bit. I don't know why it is not getting IP from the dhcp, I am sure it's configuration problem, It is getting an IP like 169..... Here is what I tried : 1. Changing router ...
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How to split static ip into 2 ip's to be sent to two local ip's?

I need to split static IP into 2 ports to be sent for two systems. I have two systems having local IP address 192.169.0.1 and 192.168.0.5 and my static IP is 202.63.90.24. When I ping from outside ...
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How to assign a static IP to a Computer in Active Directory

I'd like to know how you can assign a static IP address to a computer using Active Directory. I know it is possible with a user using the Dial-in tab, but doing it on a computer has no effect (unless ...
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How to add a second local loop_back address?

I already have a loopback address at 127.0.0.1, which corresponds to a host in the local loopback network 127.0.0.0. How could I create a second local loopback host with an address of 127.0.0.2 ?? ...
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Receive incoming public IP addresses through VPN?

For a short spell, I ran a VPN server with OpenVPN + iptables on a VPS I purchased, and would tunnel my home server through it, in order to mask my home server's IP address from visitors. This worked ...
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XEN 4.4 How to configure dom0 and domu with different ip subnet on Debian Jessie (OVH)

please help to configure dom0 network. dom0 host is Debian jessie. I need to configure domu to accept different subnet from ip main (dom0) in OVH. Here is topology my network: A.B.C.254 ---- A.B.C.81 ...
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Port forwarding on Ubuntu

I have got a VPS server with Ubuntu. It has got a static, public IP address. Here is uname -a: Linux VPS 3.13.0-88-generic #135-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jun 8 21:10:42 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 ...
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Static IP in dhcp server

I have the following situation: Home network DHCP server ranged : 192.168.1.2-99 I need to set up a static ip for a machine in: 192.168.1.91 I cant set it up from network adapter because this ...
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We're having our receipt printer provide a very unusual subnet mask. Has anyone experienced anything like this before?

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me out with this. We're using a custom receipt printer which was bricked in DHCP for quite a while. Every method we used to change this gave no result. We've ...
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Is there a chance that an IP packet with the the same source and destination IP can get further to the network?

I have recently run into a discussion on this topic, and I think there is a need for some more detailed technical answer. I want to ask this simple and basic question: When I configure a service on ...
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Are Bouncers just for IRC?

I got to know of a new type of software that allows you to hide your IP address. A Bouncer Now are bouncers just for the IRC network or can I channel all my internet traffic through it ? If so ...
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Can I know my router's external IP address without visiting a website?

I want to know what my router's external IP address is. The only solution I have found is to visit a website like https://www.whatismyip.com/ But I don't understand why this IP address can't be ...
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Some concept questions about internet privacy that I want to be clear about

Hi in hope of getting more effective answers and help, please only answer my question from the technical point of views. Thank you. Ignore money issue. Assume I am super rich and I can even hire a ...