Is there anything that can forward/redirect all incoming traffic to another ip. Basically I'm looking the windows equivalent of ip forwarding in linux. echo "1" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_foward
I recently read an article in which they wrote that that there will be a time when there will be no more IP addresses available. Is that right? Do I need to register a website now just in case?
My router (Belkin N1 Vision) seem to only support IPv4. The problem is that i'm trying to get Windows 7 Homegroup going and it requires IPv6. I'm trying to connect home computer which is connected to ...
Can IPv6 and IPv4 work simultaneously?
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 ...
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 ...
If we specify an IPv4 address we all usually do the pattern of 184.108.40.206 Now essentially this is only 'a' way of writing a 32 bit number in a more human readable form. The IP address 220.127.116.11 can also ...