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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Access point IP range [closed]

I have 2 routers set up as access points on my network, with static addresses outside the range of the main router. Should I configure the IP range of the access points to be OUTSIDE the range of the ...
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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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DHCP Reservation vs Static IP address

So after browsing some websites, some people are telling me that static IP address is the best. But others say the DHCP Reservation is just as good if not the same. So what is better? Or are they ...
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Raspberry Pi getting same IP

So I connected my Raspberry Pi ( with Raspbian on it ) to my router to give it an internet connection for it's own, then I added an ACCEPT rule in iptables on port 80 and started up nginx. I used lynx ...
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Allow Internet access only 1 IP in Windows XP

I would like to block internet connections to all IP's except 1 in Windows XP. How can I do it most easily?
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My IP Address is Wrong?

I have 2 computers, and I checked the IP address on each computer, by going to this site. On both computers, the IP address is the same?! Isn't each computer supposed to have a unique ip address? ...
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Local IP Address is not reachable after installing a third party VPN?

I have ASP.NET website and SQL Server working fine by using my local ip address 192.168.1.123 but yesterday I have installed a VPN client after this I was unable to navigate my websites using ...
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Website with memorable static IPs to test connectivity? [closed]

This is needed for the following scenario, User is getting a DNS server error User has nothing but an access to a web browser (command line is not available - ping/traceroute 8.8.8.8 or 4.2.2.2 is ...
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NodeJS and Apache on port 80 using different IP addresses - Apache needs port 80 clear even though it's configured to use port 80 of a different IP

I'm using a node.js app on port 80 of 127.0.0.2:80 server.listen(80, '127.0.0.2', function() {... And I want to use Apache on port 80 of another ip address, say 127.0.0.3:80, so I have this in my ...
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Rapsberry webserver nginx - How to publicly acces FTP vsftpd

I have set up my Raspberry Pi to run Nginx for my webserver. My public IP shows the first website, the domain folder, I made on it, this happens on port 80. Now I have set up vsftpd as my FTP server, ...
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Can't add static lease from inside DHCP range in pfSense

When trying to add my computer to static lease, I get the following error I don't understand the reason for this. If I would want to assign IP from outside DHCP range, I would assign it statically ...
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How to detect the traffic of Messages in OS X?

I want to know the the IP address where my package of Messages data are sent to. I tried the OS X's Monitor, but it doesn't tell anything about port or IP. And I used nettop, there are also no ...
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Get IPv6 correctly through another router

My ISP is Unitymedia NRW, Germany. It it a cable (like TV) ISP which has given me a Technicolor TC7200 modem/router. The ISP uses DS-Lite, so I only have a public IPv6 address, and no IPv4 address. ...
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multiple ip and subnets in virtual routed xen environment

I'm trying to setup a multi ip, multi subnet environment using xen on debian wheezy host. I have only one NIC and the guests are also debian wheezy. this is my original, working, ...
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Communicate with a device with an IP set to a broadcast address

I have a wireless IP camera that I am setting up to use for Timelapse purposes. When configuring a static IP selected 192.168.0.255 so as to be memorable, I latter found out (after I couldn't connect ...
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Use local IP address when on same network

My server is at home behind a NAT, which has port forwarding enabled. I am using DynDNS to give it a global hostname xyz.ddns.net. When I am behind the NAT myself, I would like to xyz.ddns.net to ...
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Why “gmail.com” and “www.gmail.com” IPs navigate me to “google.com” homepage?

As you see below I get a ping of www.gmail.com and gmail.com : C:\>ping www.gmail.com Pinging googlemail.l.google.com [74.125.232.149] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 74.125.232.149: bytes=32 ...
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Subnetting based on networking needs

I am unable to visualize the solution to the following question Your company has obtained the 131.107.168.0 /21 address space from an ISP. You now need to design this address space to accommodate the ...
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How to get assigned IPs by hostednetwork?

I just started using Microsoft Virtual WiFi or hostednetwork from Command Prompt to share my internet connection through my WiFi adapter and it's good so far! The only issue I face however is that I ...
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check if two IP addresses belong to the same router

I have several hosts from which I traceroute to the same destination. Is there a way to determine whether two IP addresses belong to different interfaces of the same router? Is it enough to check if ...
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Can not access localhost by external ip

I know there are various documents available on web giving the steps to do this but I am not able to fix the problem -- I have an angularjs project which is running on localhost (and os is ubuntu ...
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IP rule table look up does not seem to work

I have a sytem with three network interfaces. Below is the configuration that I'm trying to set up. wlan0 (its actually an WiFi AP interface) - other devices connects via this interface. net1 - ...
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Zyxel P660H-D1 Bridge without Default Gateway (N/A)

can someone help me? i have a configuration from old Modems, and i wanna configure new one, as same. The Config must be so: Bridging! WAN Information - DSL Mode: NORMAL - IP Address: N/A - IP ...
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How come I have an internal IP address on an android smartphone

I just played around a little with the Speedtest app for android from Ookla, it shows that I have both internal and an external IP addresses. I understand that I have an external IP address which is ...
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How multiple domain can point to same website source code?

Here I am looking for solution like as below. I have multiple website those all should point to one common script folder on a hosting "example.com" --> ".../username/home/public_html/" "abc.com" ...
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Can a website see/know my MAC address even if I use a VPN?

I have searched other results and read many of them but I could not get an enough information. My question is that can a website see my MAC address or can they have an information about that I'm the ...
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How do bots access directories on a server that are not DocumentRoot of public IP address? How do I stop them?

I have a local network set up with apache2 and "named" running on OpenSuse 13.1 Linux. I used the "named" service to use my computer as a domain server. I set up my router to point to ask my computer ...
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Two IPv4 adapters in same PC on same network valid?

Is it valid to have two network adapters on the same PC have the same network portion in their IPv4 address? If not why is my DHCP server doing so and how should I setup my DHCP server to have it ...
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Do two computers connected on the same Wi-Fi have the same IP address?

Do two computers connected on the same Wi-Fi have the same IP address (for example, my dad's computer and my computer, at home)? If so, how does the outside world distinguishes one computer with the ...
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dynamic ip to hostname mapping in LAN [duplicate]

I want to access PC in LAN from other devices. I cannot use static ip for my PC. Is there a way to use hostname instead of dynamic ip to access PC so that even if ip changes i can access PC with its ...
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BT unable to open new server IP

I have just got a new server built and have the IP address of 88.150.128.2 to get to the server, whm etc.. I am currently with BT and am unable to reach said IP address. Trace routes are failing at ...
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How to call a website from pc using a non registered domain name? [duplicate]

Usually When you ping a website (e.g Google.com) it replies with a specific Ip My question is: Is there anyway where you can call a website and replies with an IP you have set manaually like 1.2.3.4 ...
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Suddenly blocked from a site [closed]

Suddenly from a time to now I haven't been able to go to a site I used to go frequently for maintenance (Wordpress). I tried different browsers, restarting my laptop, clearing cache, history, cookies. ...
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How to use my static IP outside the network?

I want to use my static IP when I'm far away of my network / router. Like to make it portable. I'm not sure how to achieve this. Maybe through a vpn or proxy server? What's the simplest way to achieve ...
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Dynamically discover new IP address of device upon new network

I carry my phone and laptop with me everywhere, and I have many software solutions that communicate through Wi-Fi. (For example, I can play/stop/pause the music on my laptop using my cell phone). ...
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Why must we supply a port number in addition to an IP when sending a request?

I have a decent understanding of the practical use of ports and how they work. However, I have a few questions I would like to clear up. What happens if we send a request without specifying a port ...
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uTorrent displays a nonexisting local IP address as replicated ghost peers when there is no actual peers

This happens only when the torrent has no real peers. When there is at least one real peer connected, this doesn't happen. The address 192.168.56.1 is not configured to be used for any purpose. There ...
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firewall detecting outgoing connections of weird hostnames

Recently, I am monitoring every outgoing connection with the help of my firewall. Sometimes when I want to connect to the Internet I receive alerts that some strange looking hostname is going to have ...
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Connect Monitor to PC without VGA?

We are looking to connect a 40" (approx) monitor to one of our workstations to use as a display screen in our reception area. The problem is the screen will be quite a distance from the workstation ...
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How to retrieve the IP if all I know is the hostname

I'm wanting to run nmap on a linux machine but all I know is the hostname. I'm on the same network but cannot figure out how to do this. All I want to obtain is the IP so I can run scans on it. How ...
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DNS resolvation of a URL [closed]

Can anyone explain the various steps to resolving a domain name to ip address when we type an url example.com in our browser and how it returns the page example.com to user by traversing the ...
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How can i have an NAS on one network be available on another network using windows server 2008 using two network cards?

Ammended I have two independent networks that, due to security reasons, cannot allow access to each other. Yet, I have a QNAP NAS on the Public network (A), which needs to be accessed from the ...
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Strange Item on DHCP Client Table

I was recently having internet connection issues and looked on my router's DHCP Client Table. An item that stuck out was the name of my neighbor's WiFi Network. The table listed "Neighbor's WiFi ...
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Arris router not accepting current IP

I left out my IP for obvious reasons. I'm trying to port forward (to play risk of rain, as evident from the title) my Arris router. The model is TG852G. My problem comes when trying to create a ...
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Different Amazon EC2 instances with same IP

I am looking at building something similar to a CDN and am wondering if it would be possible to do this with EC2 instances, setting their IP address to be the same? I would like to use the Anycast ...
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Share Access Web App Using Public IP Address or Blogspot

I found out that Access 2013 has many useful web apps. The problem is, I don't have a Sharepoint or 365 account (As mentioned here): ...
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Split Tunneling: How do I know which IP addresses should go to the VPN network?

I have setup my VPN client (VPNC Front End) to use split tunneling. After the VPN is connected, I have a script which adds the routes for all of the IP addresses that I know should be routed through ...
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Split a LAN with a low-end router

I've a normal LAN, connected to Internet through a DSL router, with private local IPs 192.168.1.1/24. Now I would like to use a low-end router (like a commercial Zyxel) to split the LAN in two, ...
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distributing total network bandwidth suitablly between connected nodes or access point like ISP's

I want to know how should I distribute the total bandwidth of the network which is calculated by different traffic of network users , through the other nodes and devices over the network.
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Ethernet connection shows unidentified network with no internet access

For years I've used a physical Ethernet connection for my internet access, then a few days ago it went down and said it was an unidentified network with no internet access. I dug out a wifi card and ...