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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Router IP address

I have a wifi router which connects to the internet. The local IP of this router (router A) is 192.168.0.1 Few years ago, I had connected another router (Router B) to router A via an ethernet cable ...
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How to Find User Name and IP address of users Logged on a Remote System

How can I find user name(of the local machine) of the last logged on user on a remote system. Is there any command or script we can use? I am able to capture IP address of the local machine of the ...
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How to find the IP Address of a vm running on VMware (or other methods of using VM)

I am running VMware Workstation on a Linux box. When I power on a centOS (Linux) virtual machine I cannot get mouse or keyboard control of the machine. I suspect that it has something to do with ...
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OpenVPN on VPS anonymity [closed]

Is vpn on virtual private server better from a regular vpn service ? I believe this since you are able to delete log files from a vps and then fill up the hdd with random files . Also , you can rent ...
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How can I map a domain name to an IP address and port?

I want to give a domain name to the IP address and port for an application in Windows 7. For example, test.com should map to 127.0.0.1:59873. Is there anyway that we can do it by using a web server ...
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Website is asking for IP Address [closed]

Can someone help me understand this? Two of our workers is unable to login to two different websites. One website says the user is using the wrong IP address, the other say the IP address has been ...
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Connecting two home routers and change to IP addresses

Netgear Cable Modem Router Connected to Internet IP 192.168.0.1 DHCP is ON D-Link Router This is my wireless router IP 192.168.100.0 DHCO is OFF I want to use the D-Link router as my primary router ...
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Make my system to resolve a domain name locally

Is there a way to change our website address into a domain name. E.g - I am creating a intranet and just copying the server IP and port everywhere to open the web page. It looks odd to copy pasting ...
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Static IPs through router

Don't know of it's even possible, or if it's the right place but here it goes. Facts: I have a router (on lease, can get something else if need be), TL-WR740N. My ISP gives me 3 external/global IPs ...
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Can VPN IPs be learned?

So everyone is talking about this PIA thing. They say they have 200 servers in 18 countries, and I was wondering could the IPs of these servers be obtained by ...let's say the Chinese government? Do ...
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Can't access my IP camera over the internet

I have an EasyN F3 (F3-M166) IP camera. It works fine on local IP address, but I can't access it over internet. This is what I have done step by step: I configured the local IP (camera_ip) and port ...
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Agar.io, play with friend from same address [migrated]

Let's say that i am at a friend's house. It's possible to play agar.io together, at same IP? Thanks !
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How to dynamically change IP address repeatedly?

I'm working on a spam detection engine (early stages). I've deployed my spam detection engine on a web server and to test it I need to access the remote resource repeatedly with different client IP ...
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MediaWiki Availibility for Local and External

I'm currently hosting a MediaWiki site on my computer. I'm forwarding port 80 to my computer, and I'm able to access it from outside the network, as long as the $wgServer variable in ...
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Leading zeros in IPv4 address; is that a no-no by convention or standard?

I teach a class on a software product my company makes and I find that students frequently add leading zeros to a configuration page to have the software connect to our hardware. Leading zeros are ...
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Why did the designers of IP choose the IP Checksum? [closed]

Why did the designers of IP (and UDP and TCP) choose to use the IP checksum to detect errors rather than a more robust error detection code such as CRC-32? I previously thought the IP checksum was ...
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How to block all IP addresses in a range?

In nginx, I know that to block all IPs in the range 5.121.66.xxx, one can use this directive: deny 5.121.66.0/24; Now, I'd like to know how a range like 5.121.yyy.xxx (where yyy in 1-255) can be ...
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Does DNS lookup change depending on the part of the site being requested?

DNS requests to different subdomains can be different. For example, example.com and subdomain.example.com can return different IP addresses. Does this logic extend to the parts of the domain after ...
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Loading a website using IP

As per my understanding DNS is used for resolving domain names into IP addresses. I am using Ubuntu. I did following. nslookup facebook.com gave me the IP of the website. I blocked DNS using firewall. ...
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EC2 instance with two internal IPs - using ifconfig

I am trying to allocate another internal IP to an EC2 (classic - not VPC) instance with the following command. sudo ifconfig eth0:0 inet 10.80.7.40 netmask 255.255.255.0 Here, 10.80.7.40 is just a ...
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Different IP for host and VM [duplicate]

When we practice , let's say Metasploit we need another IP address to test onto . So for practice i need another IP address. So does the host and the VM have the same IP ? Does 2 VM have different IP ...
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Remotely viewing IP camera on Belkin N450 DB router

I need to setup a wireless IP camera (Trendnet TV-IP501W) on my network so that it is remotely visible from anywhere. Right now I successfully connected it to my home network but nothing else. My ...
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Multiple IPs on Multiple NICs same subnet

So, I've got two NICs: eth0 eth1 and I have multiple IP addresses assigned to each: auto lo iface lo inet loopback allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 10.0.0.194 netmask ...
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Adding an additional routable subnet to router

I have commercial cable modem running Tomato 1.28 by shibby. It currently has a static IP address assigned via DHCP and works fine. I was assigned some additional routable IPs but they are in a ...
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Hopping Gateways in a Multi-gateway Network?

I'm on a network that has multiple gateways, and it seems that my machine connects to a different gateway than what my phone does. I'm curious as to how I may switch to another gateway. I've tried ...
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How can I determine the IP addresses allocated by DHCP on a router that I'm connected to?

This "router" is not a typical situation. I'm using my phone as a hotspot and can only configure a select number of DHCP options. I can manage the limit on how many devices/clients can use my phone ...
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Can't connect to ftp server - Connection refused by server

I'm new to this forum and ftp. When I try to connect to a ftp server using filezilla, It returns - Connection attempt failed with "ECONNREFUSED - Connection refused by server". I run the Network ...
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What's a loopback-address? I.e. 127.0.0.1

What is a loop-back address? 127.0.0.1 is a loop-back address, but what does this even mean? Please be very descriptive and give an example, as I'm having a hard-time understanding this.
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Why need subnet when public IP available?

I am just entering into CCNA and there is a subtle concept of subnetting that is not going through my mind. My issue is when we have a private IP address, why can't that do the job - why do we have ...
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Identify an unknown IP in our network

I have a network containing 20 clients. I assigned IP range 10.0.0.1 to 10.0.0.20 to them. When I do an IP scanning I see someone using 10.0.0.131 in VMware. How can I find out which IP is this IP ...
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static IP not saving in LAN properties

static ip is not saving int lan tcp/ip properties i.e once I enter a static address with subnet mask, default gateway Etc.. it accepts the details, but then I close the dialog and when I come back in ...
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how to split up network into two subnets with only one router

I have one router on my home network. This acts as the main WiFi access point for all devices, as well as being connected to a simple switch for my home lab. I would like to be able to isolate my home ...
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Elicit the IP of a black box

Suppose an attacker connects their computer with an Ethernet cable to a black box computer, which supports both TCP and UDP, over IPv4, over Ethernet. Direct connection, no switches in the loop. The ...
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How to do sites uniquely identify a computer/network online?

I completed a survey that stated I am only allowed to do it once per day. If I try to do it again, I am not allowed as expected. I am trying to find out how they know that it is from the same ...
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Masking external ip address using cmd or script on windows

I am using Windows and I want to mask my external ip address(not the "local "). using command prompt or some script, as we do in orbot on Android by swiping up in the app. i know about Tor browser ...
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Why do we need IP addresses to communicate within the local network segment?

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 ...
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find IP address of a device

I have multiple devices connceted to HP 1910-48g. Three of them are fingerprint scanner devices. We use them for time attendance reports. Because of some problems I have to reinstall software but in ...
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Assigning a static IP to Hamachi VPN that's outside of DHCP range [duplicate]

I'm trying to assign a static IP outside of a DHCP range. The range is from xxx.xxx.20.5 to xxx.xxx.20.85. I was trying to set it to xxx.xxx.20.216 and I know Hamachi doesn't have an option that ...
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How can I assign an external static IP to my machine?

I have recently moved ISP's and in this transition I acquired 4 static IP's. My plan was to move my 1U rack-mount server from the datacenter i use to my home as I do not need the redundancy, ...
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Accessing Web UI with Spark1.3.1

I am currently building and deploying spark with standalone mode, including one master node and two worker nodes, on Google Container Cluster. For monitoring purpose (also connecting to master from ...
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Windows command to display all IP addresses

I know there is a single line of a command and its arguments that can help display all computer IP addresses (those that are being used) on a LAN, and my computer is also a client, as one of those ...
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Can't find one virtual machine whose network IPV4 is DHCP enabled

I had a virtual machine which I connect remotely from my windows machine. Virtual machines TCP/IPV4 property was assigned one static IP address by the network administrator. I have changed that from ...
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Specific static IP settings on different WiFi

I've been trying to set a static IP address for myself. My router details are as following: Wireless LAN adapter Wi-Fi: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . ...
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Is there any way to hide my IP address in email headers?

I use Thunderbird to send email. My mail server inserts my IP address into the header of my emails. Is there a way to hide this? I’ve thought of sending my mail to the server through Tor but my server ...
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How to get IP address of all users on a network on Mac OS X

There is a similar question here, but it doesn’t answer some of my questions. The biggest problem is it says to fill in “MyOtherMac” with the name of the other computer found in the first step. The ...
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How can I copy a print file to a networked printer?

I have an Epson TM-T88V network printer. I can print to it using the printer driver. But I need to copy a "print file" to the printer using the command line, and this causes problems. I cannot use ...
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point multiple ip address to hosting

I have centos server, earlier it had 1 ip [ a.b.c.d ] (external ip , eg., 141.101.114.59). Now, I bought 2 additional ip [b.c.d.e , f.g.h.i] (external ip , e.g, 190.93.244.58 , 130.93.245.8 ). I have ...
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Remote WOL over CISCO/FW not Forwarding

I'm trying to accomplish a Wake-on-LAN by triggering the two servers' public IPs. Internally, the WOL works like a charm (by either the internal or external IP), externally however, it does not wake ...
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Windows Server - Bridge ip address of different subnets

My Windows Server 2008 R2 has two network cards which are connected to physically separated networks. The Adapters have the following IP settings: LAN1 IP: 192.168.2.1 (Netmask 255.255.255.0) LAN2 ...
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What is the risk of a static external IP? What about privacy concerns?

I'm thinking about getting a static external IP from my ISP to access my private network from outside (ssh, nas, etc.) without the need to use a dynamic DNS service. Are there any reasons in terms of ...