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Is my Network Interface Card faulty?

I've got a Dell Optiplex GX240 running Windows XP, and am having network issues with it. I downloaded and installed updated drivers from DELL, but the issue is not resolved. Windows Device Manager ...
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A Printer that has multiple MAC Addresses?

I have a Lexmark printer that for some reason shows multiple MAC addresses when its connected to a switch. Thats so weird. Anybody had the same problem? How can I solve it and how come it has ...
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A desktop PC connected to two network interfaces - what does that mean?

I am to create a network design draft where each PC is connected to two network interfaces. Well, what does it mean? That it could use network printer?
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Automatic failover from WiFi to wired

I'm using WiFi + USB internet. Periodically WiFi goes down and I want to fail over to USB, is there a way to do it automatically? And then go back to Wi-Fi when that connection becomes available? I'm ...
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Is it possible to use the interface on a remote machine which I can SSH into?

I can SSH into a machine which has a wifi adapter connected, with interface wlan0. Can I use its interface (wlan0) on my client machine ? As an example, if I want to run iwconfig (or any tool which ...
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setting up wifi for static ip on ubuntu 12.04

I want to setup dhcp and static IP I have 2 lan card, Ubuntu 12.04 and it is a laptop the wireless interface I want to give a static IP and lan to have a dynamic ip how should I go about making ...
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CE interface in Solaris 10 drops mac address (per ifconfig)

I recently installed Solaris 10 1/13 and proprietary TCP PEP software on a new hard drive within an old Sun v210. When the PEP software starts, the Sun's CE0 interface loses its "ether" address, ...
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ForceBindIP not binding (Alternatives to ForceBindIP)

I'm working on Win7 x64, and I can't get ForceBindIP to work. I know it's an outdated software, if you have suggestions for a replacement, I'll be really thankful. Issue: When I call ForceBindIP from ...
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How to find out total NIC cards and total available physical ports in linux

I need to find out how many total physical ports my server has, and how many of them are in use and how many free. Can you kindly help how to find it: This is what i find from dmidecode output: ...
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Disable IPV4 on one interface using CMD

How can i make the same ad unchecking box IPV4 on internet connection properties, but using CMD, netsh, or sth. what i can put in .bat file?
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Linux does not communicate to Windows subinterface

I set my NIC on Windows so that I have two interfaces: one (the first one) has IP 192.168.0.5 the other one has IP 10.10.10.1. On a Linux machine I set an interface to 10.10.10.2. On another Linux ...
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How to choose the Window RDP (Remote Desktop) Listening IP address for mulit-homed system?

How to choose the Window RDP (Remote Desktop) Listening IP address for mulit-homed system? I have a system that has two static Class C subnet IP addresses: 192.168.1.42 10.10.10.42 In the TCP/IP ...
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how do you hook into a live stream of 802.15.4 packets? [closed]

Using a packet sniffer I am able to detect and successfully read a "hello word" payload within an 802.15.4 frame. It's great can see the frames in the sniffer, but now I'm at the point where I ...
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Use commandline to show disabled network interfaces in windows? (Mobile Broadband and Regular Connections)

There are a few ways you can list network interfaces via commandline. For example: netsh interface show interface netsh interface ip show interfaces ipconfig |findstr "adapter" For Mobile Broadband ...
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Difference interface priority and metrics in windows

I would like to ask what exactly is the difference between the priority settings of network adapters in the advanced settings window of the adapter settings (adapters and bindings, like mentioned in ...
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What traffic uses an interface bound route (RTF_IFSCOPE flag)?

I have a following up question to an question I found answered on unix.stackexchange.com (see link below). What is the difference between the following two routing table entries: default ...
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Only “lab” traffic over my Juniper VPN connection - all other traffic over normal Wifi/Ethernet?

How do I configure my Juniper VPN client to work like the Windows VPN client to not be the default gateway for all traffic?
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ubuntu setup network routing table

I have two interfaces: eth0 and wlan0. I want all traffic to go though wlan0 except for port 80 traffic that should go on eth0. Is there a way to setup the routing table so it does that? My current ...
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Bind process to network interface

I'm attempting to perform simultaneous bandwidth tests from a single machine using multiple network interfaces. None of the utilities I've found so far allow me to do this. The closest was iperf ...
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What routes must be set (in Linux) to allow Internet access through given interface without setting it default?

I am trying to solve a task with routing and OpenVPN's configuration. After setting the connection, I don't want it to become defaut route to anything, but rather want to use its interface for this ...
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Sharing LAN between two buildings. What should I use?

I need to connect two buildings to share LAN and internet connection between them. They are 20m apart, but from the two end points I would need about 90m of cable. I know that the maximum of UTP is ...
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Debian: Routing Table and Two Interfaces

I've a Debian machine with this network scenario: eth0 - Internet Connection via local Router (172.20.1.x) ppp0 - Dial-up to a network without internet (10.x.x.x) I've set pppd so it won't add ...
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How are network interface statistics generated?

I was wondering how are the network interface statistics generated? Could someone point me out?
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Install Ubuntu, eth0 not detected?

I have installed Ubuntu laptop Toshiba Satellite L640?, and I had difficulty, that is how to enable network interfaces, eth0 was not detected when running ifconfig.
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Virtual Interfaces Unable to send packages in DD-WRT WR741 v2

I'm using a TP-Link WR741ND v2, with the DD-WRT v24-sp2 (07/20/12) std. It has been working for the last 3 monthes, perfectly ok, but suddenly the virtual interfaces stopped sending packets. I ...
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Tunneling a particular site through a VPN on a particular NIC

I have two NICs on my desktop — an Ethernet interface and a WiFi interface. I have a VPN connection that allows me to connect to American servers which i use to access sites like Pandora. I can ...
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Configuring two interfaces with netcfg in VM (VirtualBox)

I am using netcfg to configure two interfaces in my archlinux VM. In VirtualBox I have set two active interfaces. The first (eth0) is the NAT interface to provide the VM with Internet access. The ...
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Run script after all interfaces were up in Debian

In order to setup a load-balanced permanent routes in debian, according to this article, i have to run the following command ip route add default scope global \ nexthop via 10.100.0.254 dev eth0 ...
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Automatic failover of two internet connections Mac OS X

Is there any way to set up an automatic failover for internet connections within Mac OSX? Basically the main connection would be ethernet or wifi and if the main connection goes does, it would switch ...
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What does `ec` mean in `HWaddr ec`?

When I do ifconfig on my laptop I get HWaddr ec and than an address, this is next to eth0. Note that my IPv4 address only appears next to eth1 so I assume my laptop uses the eth1 network interface. I ...
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Three computers accessing internet but only two network interfaces showing in ´ifconfig´, why?

My gateway(router) is connected to DSL. The gateway connects to 1 wireless transceiver device. 2 fixed computers connect to the router. At the moment of me doing ifconfig 2 fixed computers were ...
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Specific Network Interface

What I'd like to do is to force an instance of a browser to use a specific Network Interface. I've tried: http://www.r1ch.net/stuff/forcebindip/ and was less than successful - besides, I'd like to ...
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Alternate traffic through multiple interfaces on Linux

I have a VPS with three IP's. I am trying to setup the network configuration to allow round robin usage of the three IP's for outgoing requests (downloads into VPS). How do I change the following ...
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Do I need the broadcast and network values in etc/network/interfaces?

My ISP has given me two static IPs, and I was just configuring the etc/network/interfaces file and saw that I need netmask, gateway, address, broadcast and network values. I only have the first ...
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Setup wireless network brigde interface (wlan0 with eth0) on linux

I'm user of a public wired network. My machine gets ip (always the same) from it. Now I want to connect to this network my phone (which is registered device in network and can get its own ip address). ...
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Configuring IPv6 automatically and IPv4 statically

I've got a Ubuntu Linux box that has two IPv4 addresses and an IPv6 address. This is my current /etc/network/interfaces: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 eth0:0 iface eth0 inet static ...
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Windows 7 gadget or app that shows stats on multiple network interfaces?

I am looking for a Windows 7 gadget or app that I can leave on my desktop/sidebar. While there are many gadgets that will display network interface info (such as current IP, gateway, etc), what I ...
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How can I configure a network interface to be available to a VirtualBox guest and be unused by the host?

On a host system with two physical network interfaces, how can I designate one interface to be used only by a VirtualBox guest OS? Both host and guest are Ubuntu 10.10 running NetworkManager. ...