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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Can't reach viamichelin / Easynet related websites

it's all my IP range who is concerned. I found someone who contacted easynet for me. I think i can't do nothing more now than waiting... Thanks. "I discover a few day ago that i can’t access any ...
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How to view masked IP adress and port?

In my friends work place there is normally a broadband network and they PC's connect through Router and there is one website like this <10.1.1.7:9095> and i really wanna figure out what this ...
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How to assign a static IP address to my VMWare machine?

I currently have two VMWare Fusion VMs setup on my development machine. The first one (Windows Server 2003) has a static IP address, and I am using my hosts file to direct certain URLs to it. I would ...
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My IP address continuously changes on my mobile phone [closed]

My IP address continuously changes as I go from one place to another on my mobile phone. So say for example in Cape Town it is 123.456.7890 But for example in Johannesburg it is 111.222.3333 ...
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How to find the last IP used for an expired domain name?

Is it possible to look up the last IP address of an expired domain name?
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how to proxy to a VPN connected server with local services running?

I'm having trouble accessing services that are running on my Linux Box from outside the local network. The setup is not as simple as most tutorials describe so I'm a bit stuck. My Linux Box (running ...
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Can port number get masked like IP?

I have one IP address which looks like this 10.0.0.1:9095 and as far as I know HTTP can only use port 80. How is this masked URL working?
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Remote Desktop IP conflict

We have several outside users who connect to our server using the external IP. Everything has been configured correctly and it has worked for several years. Two days ago we had a test firewall (new ...
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How to make static IP address dynamic

My ISP gave me static IP Address. Is there a way that I can make this static IP Address dynamic? Perhaps using either proxy or any other application?
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Check if internet connection is providing a dynamic or static IP in OSX [duplicate]

Is there a way to check if my internet connection is with a dynamic or static IP? I'm running OSX.
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How can I get multiple IPs for a single PC? [closed]

Please guide me how can I get multiple IP's on a single computer. I am using Windows 7. My old IP is blocked at a website and I am looking for a new IP for it. Thanks in advance.
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What is the Discard Protocol actually used for?

What is the Discard protocol used for?
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Dynamic IP set up in IIS for secure an application access

We have an application needs to be accessed by our sites and for security purpose we restrict the access with IP. All the sites using dynamic IP and I set up the IP with subnet 255.255.0.0 for all the ...
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Is it possible to point a domain address to IP and subdomains to another IP?

Is it possible to point the domain address to one place and the subdomains to another place? For example: mydomain.net -> 183.85.56.74 stuff.mydomain.net -> 174.24.75.1/~place/
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IP Address Information

When I connect from abroad to my host (home) computer and use it to access a casino in Europe, is there anyway my ISP in the country that i'm in at the time can tell that I am connected to the casino ...
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Ping returns statistics with duplicates

If I go into terminal and type ping -c2 -i30 (MY IP ADDRESS) I get a list of 80 entries with my ping statistics stating I've got +78 duplicates. Does that mean there are two devices connected to ...
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Is there a trickle-like tool to set IP ToS?

I've set up my router to traffic shape using the ToS field, but not all bandwidth-heavy programs set an appropriate value. So I need a way to set the ToS for the traffic of an arbitrary program. Is ...
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DNS Server is a strange Alpha-numeric jumble

So I've been trying to port-forward my IP with 25565, but my router is seriously strange. From 3 sites and 2 programs, I have gathered that this information is vital: IPv4: 25.0.187.9 Default ...
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Add a static IP alias to a DHCP interface on Windows 8

I have a Windows 8 machine that has only a single Ethernet port. It needs to use DHCP and also needs a static IP. Each IP is in a different subnet, and each serves a different, incompatible purpose. ...
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Static IP Address Request: iPhone Hotspot Dynamic IP & Raspberry Pi

Let's say that someone has an iPhone and their provider is AT&T. Let's also say this this someone has a Raspberry Pi. This someone wants to connect their Raspberry Pi to their iPhone's personal ...
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Addressing computers via ipv6 on local network [duplicate]

I'm very confused about how to address a computer on my local network via ipv6. I am writing a server which is meant to support both ipv4 and ipv6. Now I have don an ifconfig and gotten my ipv4 local ...
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Is it possible to break IP address based network speed restriction?

My company restricted the network speed by IP as 200K. That mean my maximum download speed is 200K per second. However, since the restriction is IP based, I can install a virtual machine and set its ...
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How does communication between 2 computers in a single network happen? [closed]

Lets say I and my friend connect our computers with a LAN cable. I ping my friend with his IP address. How does it work? Since we are in the same network, we don't even need IP addresses, do we? ...
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How to calculate ip address in a range?

If I run this command, # nmap -sP 192.168.0.120/25 which IP addresses are scanned? How can I calculate the IP addresses that are in this range? I've been searching Google but I couldn't find ...
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What IP's should the servers be assigned? [closed]

I have got 4 subnets (calculated using online calculators) The major network is: 172.16.0.0/16 The students subnet having the highest IP requirement /22 mask gets 172.16.0.1 - 172.16.3.254 as ...
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Public IP shows strange characters and Facebook registers logged-in session to Mount Laurel, NJ

I'm encountering some IP strangeness today and hoping to find an explanation. In short, I'm based in Seattle, WA with my ISP being Comcast. While browsing Facebook's account settings, I noticed that ...
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How can I scan for only the third octet of an ip?

I want to be able to scan my companies network for all the cameras that may have been forgotten. I know that the cameras all use the same first, second, and fourth octet but the third changes. Is ...
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How does a switch forward two different IP addresses?

Comcast allows the home user to buy a second IP address. I bought a Cisco switch (I don't know whether it's Layer 2 or Layer 3) based on some advice I got. One port of the switch is connected to my ...
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forwarding a VM's traffic to a VPN on a mac — possible only with buying Server.app after Mavericks?

I asked this over on AskDifferent yesterday, but the prosumer audience here might be much more suited for it… I want to forward a local IP range (the gateway that a virtual machine uses, Parallels ...
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How to avoid a skype block by internet provider

Maybe this question could look a bit dodgy: I'm in the need of using Skype for an online meeting. However I've discovered that starting from this year my IP won't allow Skype connections anymore ...
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CONNMARK on rewritten packets

I have a host, on which I rewrite saddr and daddr of IP packets coming to it, this is done by the program, employing libnetfilter_queue. Basically it acts like proxy. For example, the packet comes ...
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Assigning 2 IP addresses from my ISP for gaming and web hosting

I have a Windows Server 2003 that I want to use to host my company's website and a game server for MineCraft. I have a few links bookmarked in regards to setting up the web and game server but no idea ...
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Why are the external IP of my router not the same as the external IP of my computer

I have a standard network setup where all my network devices, both WIFI and ethernet, are connected to the same router. Lately, however, I've been experiencing some very strange behavior. It started ...
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What does ipconfig return in Windows command line?

When I run command "ipconfig" in Windows command line, I am expecting to see my IP address that I have in the LAN I am connected to. But besides that I see many, many entries. Can someone explain ...
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Likeliness of obtaining same IP address after restarting a router

My actual objective is to simulate logged IPs of web-site users who are all assumed to use dynamically assigned IPs. There will be two kinds of users: good users who only change IP when the ISP ...
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How to appear to be in the US while in another country? [duplicate]

Just a precursor - I'm not trying to do anything illegal. I'm a telecommuter who wants to go out of the country (currently residing in the US) for an important family function. My boss is a mini ...
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Why can't IP addresses start with 0 or 255?

It was specified somewhere (presumably in an RFC) that Class A addresses range from 1-126 in the first octet, and that class E addresses range from 240-254, but that leaves out two potential networks ...
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ip namespace non-root shell

I am trying to run ssh command to another ip namespace. I can do it right now, but it runs as root. I want to run it as a normal user. I want to know if there is a way to enter a non-root shell in ...
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Dynamic IP range

With a dynamic IP address, each time I start up my router I get a new IP address by my ISP. But is there any sort of range where that IP is taken from? I mean, after X new requests, is there a chance ...
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how to access two subnet in one NIC?

I am wondering if it is possible to use one network card to access two subnet in windows. I need to access a (LAN) local ip 192.168.0.5/255.255.255.0 and WAN with DHCP. I google that someone suggests ...
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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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I have IP conflicts and I can't host my server anymore [duplicate]

My father and I have the same IP address on my network. (I found this on cmyip.com) This makes it impossible for me to host servers (for instance minecraft or terraria) and I don't know the solution. ...
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How often will my Comcast IP address change?

I had a Linux/Apache server in my house, a domain name hosted by 1and1 which points to my Comcast public IP (testing only, I know I am not allowed to host a site), and a D-Link router which forwards ...
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connect through a remote pc to take IP address

We have a static IP address. This IP address is allowed to pass some of our customer's firewall. Problem is when we are outside the company, we are on our laptop. that uses a Internet key with dynamic ...
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What keeps you from changing your public IP address and wreaking havok?

An interesting question was asked of me and I did not know what to answer. So I'll ask here. Let's say I subscribed to an ISP and I'm using cable internet access. The ISP gives me a public IP address ...
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Cannot connect to mysql server using IP Address

I am trying to connect to mysql using an ip, but I am getting this error: ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on 'xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' (111) I can connect using localhost instead of an ...
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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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Does the Bluetooth (adapter) require an IP address in a LAN?

I notice that devices in my LAN that can use Bluetooth all have a MAC address in addition to their wireless MAC address and/ or wired MAC address. However, I noticed that I never need to configure ...
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freebsd server can't connect to internet when static ip is assigned

I have a freeBSD server that worked fine in its old location, but I moved it to a new location with a new ISP and a new static IP address. I replaced the old static IP with the new static IP in ...
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Using the secondary IP in a bash script

I have a Primary IP set for all the system related tasks. Sometimes I have to use my system to carry out different tests and most of the time I have to deal with bash/shell scripts. I want the ...