Networking is the art of connecting two or more devices together so that they can communicate with each other.

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ssh connection error “Permission denied (publickey)”

So I have been trying to build ssh connections between google cluster container containing 1 master node and 2 worker nodes. I have used ssh-keygen to generate key pairs for all three nodes, send the ...
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Sharing Internet connection from a Linux VM to Windows

I'm looking for a way to share Internet connection from a Linux operation system like Ubuntu or Kali to Windows 8.1. what i'm trying to achieve is to use one of these open-source based WAN ...
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Decide to allow or block internet access to applications

I'm looking for a simple tool that everytime an application of any kind tries to access internet asks something like "Application.exe is trying to access internet" and lets me choose wheter to allow ...
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Problematic RTL8188EE Wireless Network Adapter

Good Day All, There are numerous results when searching google on this issue, however, none seem to have a solution. I am hoping to resolve this issue -- or at least have a decent workaround. It is a ...
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ESXi 5.5 - Management network with no gateway

I'm setting up a test lab for VMware in Hyper-V. I have 3 vSwitches in Hyper-V: -EXT01 -INT01 -INT02 I've also created a W2K12 VM in Hyper-V which has the following roles installed: -AD/DNS -DHCP ...
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systemd-networkd does not receive dhcp requests

host, container: fc21 $ systemctl start systemd-networkd.service $ systemd-nspawn -b -D `pwd` -M m1 --private-network --network-veth ... In container: $ systemctl start systemd-networkd.service $ ...
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UDP over Internet

I have a small problem: I want to program a simple Apllication that sends a small word (in this case: "Hello") to a server. This Server should display it via cout. This is just a project to learn how ...
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Make my NAS send me a notification when it receives a new public IP

In order to keep my most valuable files safe(r) I have a remote NAS setup. Every night I use rsync to send my changed files from my local server to the NAS and this is working somewhat okay. My ...
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AMD FM2 - Windows 7 - Slow downloads in IPv4, Fast IPv6 and uploads

I am having problems with one computer on my network. Same result wired or wireless, IPv4 Downloads are super slow. Uploads and IPv6 downloads are fine. Running windows 7 Pro - 64bit. Loaded the ...
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point multiple ip address to hosting

I have centos server, earlier it had 1 ip [ a.b.c.d ] (external ip , eg., 141.101.114.59). Now, I bought 2 additional ip [b.c.d.e , f.g.h.i] (external ip , e.g, 190.93.244.58 , 130.93.245.8 ). I have ...
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Squid proxy bandwidth hogging prevention

I have a squid proxy acting as a parental filter on our LAN, however it's very easy for one users downloading to slow everyone else down. My question is: Is it possible to set up something that ...
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How to white list some ip and all the rest block while having already a DMZ?

I have a Linux machine running which has local ip: 192.168.1.2 connected to a router with public IP 8.8.8.8, now the router 8.8.8.8 has DMZ to 192.168.1.2 As a result spammers, hackers, crackers ...
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VPN protocol suitable for connections with poor reliability

I need to set up a VPN that allows users to connect while in the field, often via connections that involve high latency and loads of packetloss (usually via 3G, CDMA, or whatever is available). Up ...
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Easiest way to get wifi if signal is too weak

I want to get wi-fi internet access on a smartphone in a certain place. I have a switch there, it is connected by a 20 meters long network cable to a wi-fi router, the router is connected to the ...
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Windows 8.1 desktop connected to network but cannot access Internet or NAS

I have a self-built desktop that is running windows 8.1 and was working flawlessly for the past two years, however recently it has developed a problem where it is not able to access the internet or ...
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Why are my NAS drive transfers so slow?

I've a rMBP with 802.11ac, connected to an Asus RT-AC66U on 5GHz and a WD My Cloud EX2. If I transfer large files via the router from the Macbook to the NAS drive I see a mere ~10MB/s (80Mbps say). ...
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Remote WOL over CISCO/FW not Forwarding

I'm trying to accomplish a Wake-on-LAN by triggering the two servers' public IPs. Internally, the WOL works like a charm (by either the internal or external IP), externally however, it does not wake ...
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Windows Server - Bridge ip address of different subnets

My Windows Server 2008 R2 has two network cards which are connected to physically separated networks. The Adapters have the following IP settings: LAN1 IP: 192.168.2.1 (Netmask 255.255.255.0) LAN2 ...
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ipconfig/renew not changing the ip

I try to change my IP address assigned by DHCP using renew command, but it shows only the previous IP address rather than new one. Here is the command : C:\Documents and ...
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Can I do internet banking by using VPN? [on hold]

I know that VPN will mask my IP Address, So is it safe to perform Internet Banking while using VPN?
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Why does an Internet connection need an IP address, even though it is not being used to host a website?

My Internet connection has an IP Address but I'm not hosting a web server on it. Why is this?
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Router-settings for a Media Receiver 301 television?

A few years ago, when I wasn’t yet interested in technology and computers, a man from our cable-company set up our router which is a Speedport W 722V. As I’m today interested in computers, I wanted ...
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Connect 1 computer with to 2 networks, route through 1 VPN

Suppose the following scenario: http://i.stack.imgur.com/PRKvX.png I have a question, I am sure it has been asked but I do not know how to word it or what to look up. My Problem: I am a high school ...
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Cannot run docker without connection

Whenever I try to run docker without internet connection, I got strange messages like this docker ps 2015/05/22 23:31:45 Get http:///var/run/docker.sock/v1.12/containers/json: dial unix ...
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Samba ports still closed even with iptables rules flushed and disabled

I’m trying to install Samba on a server running CentOS 6 with WHM/cPanel, and I’m having some trouble with ports. This is a brand new system as of yesterday, and I haven’t yet started locking down ...
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Network printing in FreeDOS (VirtualBox) to a Shared Windows Printer?

I have a scenario with a printer on a Windows 8 machine that needs to be shared to a FreeDOS instance that is running on same said machine via VirtualBox. Initially I'd hoped that there was a printer ...
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Cannot access a specific set of domains and web pages, but can access all others

I am unable to access a specific set of domains, but can access other web pages and domains without a problem. The domains I cannot access are all hosted at the same IP, namely ...
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How do I only allow a specific port (RDP) to connect over a WatchGuard VPN client?

My office uses the WatchGuard VPN client to access the corporate network. I have a lot of services (e.g., Plex, VLC, Skype, etc) that I don't want to go over the VPN. The only thing I want going over ...
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PPP connection from Windows 8 to Linux

I have a linux server that allows PPP connections over a serial cable using PAP authentication. I'm trying to connect from a Windows 8.1 laptop, to no avail. The linux syslog output is quoted below. ...
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Why do my nat iptables rules not work with marked packets?

System: debian squeeze, Linux server 2.6.32-5-amd64 #1 SMP Tue May 13 16:34:35 UTC 2014 x86_64 GNU/Linux, iptables v1.4.8 lsmod | grep iptable iptable_security 2176 0 iptable_mangle ...
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How to get details- like Remote ip- about alert genrated by suricata after scanning pcap file

I wanted to test security of my android phone so I leaved it for one day running tcpdump in the background. Then I send resulting pcap to virustotal.com. They are scanning pcap file using snort and ...
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what does a blue RJ jack insert mean?

Good day, I have searched for the meaning of casing colors for RJ jack inserts, but haven't found one. Please indicate: what does a blue RJ jack insert mean?
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Ping / SSH computer via SMB name

At work, I can ping and SSH computers by either their IP or their SMB name. If I try that at home (no, I am not trying to access the office internal network from home), then ping / SSH by IP address ...
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192.168.x.x with Subnet 255.255.0.0, would like to link with 192.168.2.x with subnet 255.255.255.0 [on hold]

Is it possible to connect these two networks together, without changing the subnet? For example by putting a router in between. Network A IP :192.168.x.X Sub :255.255.0.0 Network B IP : ...
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Can you bypass a proxy server with a LiveCD/USB or Virtual Machine?

It is possible? Let's say I have a Linux live CD or USB and I manage to boot from it.
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Sharing hardware resources through network: specifically RAM

I have two systems. One is a laptop and has 2 GB RAM while the other is a desktop having 8 GB RAM. Is it possible to share these resources so that both systems have 10 GB RAM? The ...
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Connect computer to external hard-drive using ethernet port

I have an old Seagate Central external hard-drive which has a USB-A and Ethernet port. It's meant to be connected to a router and accessed remotely; with the USB-A port used for chaining an ...
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If two computers use the same VPN can they be targeted with local IP addresses and avoid port forwarding?

If I am using a VPN and my friend is using the same VPN and has some program listening on a specific port on his computer, can I access that computer and port with a local IP address instead of having ...
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How can I make Ubuntu firewall rules ( ufw ) allow all traffic except…?

I'm new using Ubuntu and ufw command to set firewall rules. I have an apache service running and I'm able to deny the access to the root path using apache2.conf. I have another backend app running on ...
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Download speed and software/CPU relations?

I notice that downloads on my old, slow, XP machine, using the home Wi-Fi, are slower than downloads from the same connection on my Tegra K1 ARM tablet, which is definitely faster. Using any browser ...
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How to expand the maximum number of connections I can make to a Windows 7 PC?

When I use net config server it tells me that the maximum number of connections I can make to this PC is 20. net session /list shows me 13 current connections. I know we are going to get more users ...
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Can't access rails server on VM form host

I have a rails server on virtual machine and I need to access localhost from host. I've tried both NAT (by port forwarding - port 80 and 3000 on the guest side) and bridged adapter but nothing seems ...
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Moved to the 5 GHz band but my old devices don't see it

With the 2.4 GHz band totally cluttered and delivering worst speeds, I went ahead and bought a (5 GHz) dual band router. But the problem is that my older devices like a Vizio TV and an Android TV box ...
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How to share via TCP serial port CAT

I want to connect my amateur radio transceiver to a linux (Ubuntu) computer with USB cable (serial port (in windows should be COM3 or COM4) like /dev/??? ) and share it locally with TCP, Is it ...
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Why would my logged public IP differ depending on the type of server (or computer) I am connecting to?

I am writing a p2p gaming lan emulator that uses the torrent infrastructure to network peers, set up lobbies, etc. Currently, the only infrastructure we are using is the trackers (we plan to us Tox ...
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Connecting to a Folder on a Different Partition Using AFP or SMB

I'm in the process of setting up a DeployStudio system. Part of the requirement is that the server be able to connect to a Repository of files. On my server, that Repository is located on the ...
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Create Server on VirtualBox visible from outside, host is not behind router

I am trying to create a web server on a Virtual Machine. I would be happy even if I could access it with something like http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:[port_no] Everything is installed but the step of facing ...
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Use dd to backup device over the network

I have a Raspberry Pi connected to the network along with a USB stick. Is it possible to use the dd command on my Raspberry Pi and automatically upload the iso to my Mac? What I mean is on my pi ...
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Which configuration files affect the routing table of a Debian system

As far as I know basic network configuration goes into /etc/network/interfaces and the system generates the routing table from these information. I was also taught that in general ...
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Expect script for telnet communication with DLink router

I am trying to connect to my router through telnet using this script: #!/usr/bin/expect -f set timeout 20 # router user name set name "admin" # router password set pass "admin" # router IP ...