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40 views

I want to ping IP using LAN cable not wireless

I have one machine connect to network using two method : Wireless - got internet access - Class C ip : 192.168.2.xx - Connect with local network with few PCs. LAN do not have internet access ...
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0answers
10 views

Jumphost VM not able to communicate with LAN

I have setup a jumphost VM on WinXP. It has 2 NICs. NIC1, which is the LAN, has the following IP settings: IP: 10.0.0.1 /24 (No default/ DNS configured) NIC2, which has external connections, has ...
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3answers
502 views

How to message any user on your LAN?

I have admin access to all (read most) the machines on my LAN. However, I wanted all users to be able to coordinate with each other. How should I approach this problem? One solution which I can think ...
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2answers
51 views

Getting problems connecting to my server

I have a problem in my network. I have one network with 3 computers, 1 printer and 1 windows server version 2008. All computers in the network connected to the server have 192.168.1.xxx- IP addresses. ...
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3answers
153 views

Routing a static private IP address

I'm running a home server inside my NATed LAN, which is connected to the Internet through a D-link DIR-652 home router. I have specified the necessary port forwards at the router settings and have ...
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2answers
2k views

How to find IP address of router connected to another router?

I'm trying to setup two routers in my home network, and I'm confused here. My system looks like this: http://i.imgur.com/U3dK2SQ.png So the router 2 is connected to the line. And I'm (my PC is) ...
0
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0answers
27 views

Can not assign a specific ip under lan

in LAN under router there is static ips are configured, all connections are working properly and internet also is working very well, except a specific ip which is "192.168.2.2" which was working ...
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0answers
51 views

Computers not connecting both on the internet at the same time through LAN

I have set a LAN connection between two of my computers, they do connect to the internet, however if I wanted to go online on both at the same time, one would get stuck. My modem is a 'all-in-one' ...
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1answer
85 views

Windows XP LAN Connectivity

I have 3 desktops all running Windows XP SP 3 connected to a ADSL Modem-Router. On 2 systems I have assigned static IP addresses and am not facing problems with Internet connection or LAN sharing. On ...
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1answer
79 views

In LAN, all IP should be private IP or not?

are there any cases that in LAN, host are assigned public IP? if so, why in these cases, public IPs are used in LAN?
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1answer
85 views

default gateway to set on devices connected to routerless auto-ip LAN?

I have a TCP/IP device connected to the ethernet port on my windows 7 laptop. The laptop has a static IP address but is set to use auto-IP devices on the LAN The device can be set to use a static IP ...
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1answer
85 views

LAN assembly 2 packets into 1 packets?

I have two computers A and B, there is a TCP connection between them. I use TCPdump to capture the packets. I notice that when A sends a lot of TCP packets to B, each IP packets are 1514 bytes. In ...
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1answer
148 views

Multiple names for the same (local) computer

Long story short: I need a really easy way to assign multiple names for my local computer (Windows 7 Home edition), I've tried MaraDNS/Deadwood and AcrylicDNS which I've read they are the easiest to ...
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4answers
351 views

Network Usage Monitoring

We want to know how much internet is used by our employees. We tried Lan Detective software. But we have to install and run that software in all PCs. So any alternate solution? How can we get internet ...
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2answers
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IP CAMERA OFF INTERNET

I recently installed an IP camera on my sytem (Xp Pro Sp3 with cabel modem, linksys router (WRT54G) and 8 port ethernet switch). Problem is the camera eats up a ton of bandwidth. I would like to be ...
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2answers
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Multiple network interfaces on Linux PC

I have a question related to multiple network interfaces on Linux PC. Suppose I have two connected network interfaces. Let us say that both network interfaces connect to LANs. Let us say one LAN ...
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1answer
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How to connect to my lan from the outside (e.g. internet)

I want that my router will see me as an inside the LAN host when I access him from an outside IP that is not in the LAN so I can access my printer and storage device that are connected to him. I can ...
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3answers
3k views

Is it possible to change your local IP to something other than 192.168.x.x?

There's no particular reason for wanting to change my prefix for my local IP, I'm just wondering if it's possible. So can I change my local IP from 192.168.x.x to something of my own choosing? I ...
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1answer
196 views

Is there a way to detect a LAN's IP and its subnet mask?

I'm not a English speaker, but I'll try my best make it clear: If your laptop connects to a unknown local network (through a wireless or wired router) and there's no DHCP service at all, and nobody ...
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3answers
261 views

All internal LAN nodes are internet facing, how?

My school has it setup so that all connected devices have an internet facing IP address. That is, they appear to own a subnet: 129.107.0.0/16 (If I recall correctly) where any device can be accessed ...
0
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1answer
23 views

IP allocation status

I am on a Lan network so i was wondering if their is any way to know how many IP's have been allocated and how many IP's are free on the network via Terminal commands ? I am running Ubuntu OS. Thank ...
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1answer
3k views

IP address in network different for LAN and Wireless

Hey all i have a LAN network IP addresses as 192.168.9.xxx. When i connected my router to the network i can only configure it to be 192.168.1.xxx but all of it works. I have internet for my .9.xxx ...
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3answers
254 views

Prevent connection to specific IP on specific connection

Here's the problem. I have two network connections on my DEV machine. LAN - Connects to the building network and internet. IP is assigned by DHCP and is 192.168.30.XX. LOCAL - Connects to a switch, ...
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5answers
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How do IP answer packets reach their destination inside of a private LAN?

This is a little theory question that has been confusing me for a pretty long time. Basically, if we are inside of a private LAN, and we want incoming packets to reach, for example, an HTTP server ...
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3answers
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Cannot ping a device with an IP

I have a device (an handheld gauge with display) that has a ethernet cable allow transfer of data to the computer. I wired the ethernet cable to the computer. The device can ping itself to be ...
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2answers
389 views

Can't access network shares from a specific computer on my home network

I'm trying to connect to the Windows share on my laptop from my main PC, but the laptop doesn't respond to ping (I ping by IP, get timed out). I can, however, ping the main PC from the laptop, and ...
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3answers
2k views

WAN IP not reachable in LAN

I'm running DD-WRT and not being able to reach my public WAN IP from any device on my LAN even though it's visible from outside. Is there some switch I'm missing in DD-WRT?
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4answers
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Can a computer with 2 network cards have the same IP address for both

While answering this question I found something I didn't know and couldn't find an answer for. In the context of the above question if a computer / server has 2 LAN ports built in on the motherboard ...
1
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1answer
179 views

Set up a virtual LAN with a PC behind internal IP

I have a Tonidoplug running on Ubuntu Linux at home which has a NAS attached to it. The problem is, the cheap Internet service provider that I am using at home basically only assigned me an internal ...
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2answers
1k views

My dyndns domain doesn't point to the right IP from inside my network, how do I correct that?

I set up a DynDns account to point a domain to my dynamic IP server at home. From any "outside" network, the connection is working and pointing to my server. But when I point my browser to my URL ...