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Spoofing public IPv4 address [duplicate]

How can I spoof my public IPv4 address to another without using proxys? I don't need any response, the TCP handshake needn't be completed! I just want to send a SYN packet with spoofed (specific) ...
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What does a network packet consists of?

I know basic networking but I am not very good at it. Now I am calculating how many packets will be lost if I use UDP over IPv4. I can assume that the protocol overhead for data sent via UDP over IPv4 ...
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13 views

Why doesn't my DNS change propagate within the TTL?

Why isn't my DNS propagating correctly? It has a TTL of 3600 seconds, 1 hour, yet it is still resolving to an old IP. It's been at least 10 hours! http://www.onlinedig.com/go-dig/ C:\>nslookup ...
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1answer
51 views

NAT in local IPv4 to extern IPv6

I have a cable router with an outgoing IPv6 address. In my lan I have IPv4 addresses. I want to access to my local server from internet. I am not familiar with IPv6, is there something like NAT? ...
1
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1answer
48 views

add multiple static ip addresses to a server with systemd-networkd

We have a server with multiple IP adresses. Lately we migrated to systemd and we still need mutliple IPs on that server. With systemd-networkd we have some trouble finding a configuration example. so ...
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1answer
62 views

Why are we still stuck on IPv4 when we are IPv6 ready? [closed]

With IPv4 finally just about out, why is it so hard to switch over to IPv6? My entire home network is IPv6 and the switch over was easy. Is it a hardware problem that keeps IPv6 from taking off? From ...
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2answers
57 views

How to find largest possible IPv4 network within specified range

Let's say, we are given a range of 192.168.101.64 - 192.168.102.128. What is the easiest way to find the largest possible IPv4 network within specified range, including network address, subnet mask ...
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1answer
33 views

Identify the TCP/IP classes respectively by beginning octets

I am busy studying for a network exam and I am stuck with this zinger: By studying the following beginning octets, identify the TCP/IP classes respectively 1-126 224-239 240-254 ...
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149 views

Default Gateway IPv6 but IP set on IPv4

I have a client who has a network setup. I have a couple of devices which work on the network using socket communication which I want integrated onto their network. There is a PC which is to be made ...
0
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1answer
145 views

How to deal with Dual-Stack Lite and incoming connections

My ISP (german cable ISP Unitymedia) forced me to use DS-Lite / Dual Stack Lite because he ran out of IPv4 addresses. Common problems with that setup are: interrupted connections (i.e. in online ...
0
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0answers
25 views

Win8.1 machines have trouble browsing each other occasionally

I've got two Win8.1 machines. One is a desktop connected to the (dd-wrt) router through an ethernet cable, the other is a laptop that connects over wifi. Both can ping each other just fine through ...
1
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2answers
58 views

Is there any chance to reassign an IP address assigned to a city to another city/region

Is there any chance to assign an IP address that previously assigned to another system in another city. Or it's fixed for a specific region/city. Suppose my current ISP assigned 106.52.214.255. When ...
1
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1answer
67 views

What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6 in terms of binary?

I know this question is for entry level users. That I am. New to this world and finding it very interesting. I have done some research on IPv4 and how to convert IP addresses to binary and vice versa. ...
1
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2answers
337 views

Doubt In default time to live (TTL) 255?

I know that,The Default Time to live value is 255, each time a ipv4 packet crosses a router that value is decremented by 1. But,When I ping my adsl router it shows TTL as 64 Pinging 192.168.0.1 ...
1
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1answer
283 views

How to get network ip address via windows command prompt?

How to get network ip address via windows command prompt? I know tat ipconfig /all shows ip configuration, but what about having just ipv4 adress?
0
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2answers
49 views

Ways to differentiate between home and office private network

Let us consider there are two networks 1) home network and 2) office network. I have an application which will get the system IP and MAC Address of the installed machine while launching the ...
4
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1answer
207 views

Why does writing IP addresses this alternate way work, and is there a practical use case for it? [duplicate]

Recently I saw an incorrectly typed telnet command, and I saw that "regular" numbers were interpreted to IP addresses. I tried this myself in Windows and the same behavior is shown there, so obviously ...
4
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1answer
56 views

VirtualBox not allowing me to modify IPv4 Network Mask?

I use Oracle VM VirtualBox to run a web server on my machine. I had it set up and working perfectly for a while. For the past few months it's been prompting me to update, and I finally gave in and ran ...
0
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1answer
47 views

Is there a command that allows me to set a prefered IP Address for an adapter? [duplicate]

I've got some customers who should use a specific IP in their network adapter, but manually setting it is a pain sometimes. So I would like to know if there's a shell command / batch that allows me to ...
0
votes
0answers
791 views

No DNS requests in Windows 7, nslookup works, ping and tracert can't resolve

I was trying to bring my old desktop computer back from the dead and faced a problem I couldn't deal with. The main issue is what I've written in the title - nslookup works, ping and tracert give a ...
0
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0answers
181 views

APIPA (169.254.*.*) being assigned even with DHCP off in Windows 7

I've one eth interface on my home Computer which has two IPv4 addresses assigned. I use static addressing not DHCP. I am not assigning the 169.254.. manually, it's being assigned by something in my ...
0
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2answers
114 views

Two routers for two subnets

I have the following configuration: my laptop connected to router #1 (ASUS RT-N66U, let call him R1) using wireless connection. Laptop's IPv4 address is 192.168.1.143 (DHCP allocated) (LAN options on ...
0
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1answer
78 views

Enable IP(v4) forwarding on Linux Mint

How do I enable IP forwarding on Linux Mint? When typing the following commands in the terminal as superuser I got the following output: DALEK zermacr0yd # sysctl net.ipv4.ip_forward ...
0
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1answer
69 views

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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0answers
48 views

How do I configure NAT to forward external requests?

I have three Raspberry Pi's connected to Linux machines and one computer (also a Linux machine) connected to a router which is connected to the Internet. My goal is to configure each Raspberry Pi and ...
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votes
2answers
274 views

IPv4 address changes automatically

I run a website on my computer using XAMP. It runs on port 8888, when I configure the port I need complete this ip: 10.0.0._ to my IPV4 which is 10.0.0.4 right now. I don't know why but my IPV4 is ...
1
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1answer
100 views

In tspc ipv6 tunnelling, does tunnel broker required for ipv4 to ipv4 communication?

I am new in embedded systems and trying to add support the ipv6 network availability in my new product but I have understood that, First of all, My system is connected to IPv4 ISP and I want to ...
0
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2answers
886 views

Local DNS server is required to use names instead of full IP?

My computers have local IP addresses such as 192.168.0.X. And many of the computers have names such as "MyPC" or "YourPC" etc. It seems on Windows, in most cases, just using "MyPC" instead of the ...
1
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0answers
299 views

Why is my computer suddenly using NBNS instead of DNS?

I have a Windows 7 laptop which I regularly use to access wireless internet when traveling. Normally, everything connects and functions as expected, but as of 4 days ago, I have noticed that I am ...
4
votes
1answer
150 views

Get IPv6 address of an IPv4 machine?

Given two machines on a local network, both connected via IPv4 and IPv6, can machine A get the IPv6 of machine B if it has machine B's IPv4 address? I presume the ARP cache should be able to provide ...
0
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1answer
1k views

How to configure Gateway as Proxy Server

In my office environment, my machine is configured with an IP address, Subnet Mask and a Default Gateway. The Default Gateway does not allow internet connectivity but is configured to provide us with ...
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2answers
108 views

How to Get the size of IPv6 header? [closed]

I know there is IHL field in IPV4 which is Internet Header Length.Since an IPv4 header may contain a variable number of options, this field specifies the size of the header. But there is no IHL or ...
9
votes
4answers
652 views

How to put two subnets next to each other?

I've been using this calculator http://www.subnet-calculator.com/cidr.php, and I'm trying to figure out how to put two different subnets next to each other. For example, I want to have a /27 subnet ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

IPV4 Lan 2 IPs remove 169.254.* from nic

When I ipconfig: Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 172.30.2.194 Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0 IPv4 ...
0
votes
4answers
8k views

How can I figure out what IPv6 to use if I want to set a static IP for my computer?

I recently installed Windows Server 2012 on my desktop. I changed my connection settings to hardcode my internal IP address as 192.168.0.99 (IPv4). Windows Server 2012 warned me that I should also set ...
0
votes
1answer
66 views

ipv4 zeroconf dnssd ip adresses after reboot

If you have a network and some devices with valid ips configured by either ipv4 local link, apipa, dnssd or zeroconf if you do reboot one of them. Does the rebooted device get the same ip as before ...
1
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1answer
113 views

IP Routes - Route Mapping

I've been reading up on static routes and such while studying for my next MS exam, and am wondering - in CMD, if you do a route print -4 you get a Active Route Output such like this: Destination ...
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0answers
645 views

IPv4 not enabled in Windows 7

I have a Netbook with Win 7 Starter edition. I am not able to get IPv4 enabled/installed in the Netbook and hence not able to network/connect to Internet. It says "Limited access" when I check ...
0
votes
3answers
389 views

Since IPv6 has larger addresses than IPv4, how will that affect performance?

IPv4 are 32 bit addresses, while IPv6 are 128 bit. It's 4 times larger, sure on a small scale maybe not a big difference, but on a world wide scale will it make a difference? Are their any messures ...
1
vote
1answer
306 views

What are the equivalent IPV6 versions of IPV4 special-use adresses?

I'm trying to make a private network with 5 computers bellow an external ADSL router with NAT, but internally I want to use IPV6. To do this I need to use private special-use IPV6 addresses, such as ...
1
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1answer
144 views

Unexpected IPv4 address when pinging machine on home network

Set-up I have three computers on a home network. No domain, just using Windows "workgroup" functionality. I'm using Input Director from a desktop Win7 PC to control two laptops (one Win7, one WinXP) ...
0
votes
3answers
778 views

IPv4 to IPv6 wireless LAN router

Does anyone know where I can find a home wireless router that does IPv4 to IPv6 address translation?
10
votes
2answers
6k views

How can I setup an IPv6 network in this way?

I have a network mapped like this : To experiment with IPv6 connectivity, I want to configure my LAN network using IPv6. Can someone explain how to convert the connection between the Desktop and ...
31
votes
7answers
31k views

Is there any benefit to using IPv6 on my home network?

I know that IPv6 is the future because there is only 4 billion IPv4 address, but on a home network, you are not going to have 4 billion users. So are there any other benefits that would make IPv6 on a ...
2
votes
4answers
337 views

How common is fancy IP math accepted by tools?

If we specify an IPv4 address we all usually do the pattern of 1.2.3.4 Now essentially this is only 'a' way of writing a 32 bit number in a more human readable form. The IP address 1.2.3.4 can also ...