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

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What can the second LAN port be used for on a NAS?

I've got a NAS with 2 ethernet ports. I have one connected to the router. I read that the second could be connected to double the speed of data to and from the NAS. I don't need to do that, as the ...
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Virtualization of Computes auto logging onto networks

At work I have computers that, when turned on, they automatically connect onto a server, and when you login in, your logging into a server database and a virtualized computer is created and you work ...
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Can ping but not browse; does not appear to be DNS nor proxy issue

I can't connect to the internet. This problem happens to me once every week or so, with no regular pattern. The disconnection can happen whether i'm using the computer at the time or not. It can be ...
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Do Text Based Browsers reduce Network Traffic

Do text based browsers such as lynx, links and elinks consume less bandwidth than a traditional browser (ie, Firefox, Chrome etc.)? I'm guessing NO reduction in traffic. Rationale: I think a text ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 ssh server hanging when connecting but pings works

I am running an Ubuntu ssh server with login and ChallengeResponseAuthentication enabled. However, the following command outputs this and hangs until timing out: ssh -vvv name@xxx.xx.xxx.xxx ...
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Windows Wifi HotSpot using Facebook Authentication [on hold]

The Main idea is creating a WiFi Hotspot Running under Windows Operating System, and Sharing an Internet Connection to Clients by Liking a Facebook Page. Well i tried the following setup which worked ...
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Why do we use different network IP in LAN network? [on hold]

Consider an office network. Can every computer in that network have an IP address of its own? How does it work, both internally and externally (i.e. how other outside devices see the computers in the ...
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Glue record expiration

OK, after asking my last question, I've done some digging and I think I've figured out how everything works, but there are some things about glue records I haven't quite figured out. If a resolver ...
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How to access Network Computers separated by a router?

I am using Windows 7 64-bit Professional and my Desktop-PC is directly connected to a TP-Link WR841N wireless router which I mainly use to get wifi on my phone. Before I purchased the wireless ...
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VMware Ubuntu Internal IP Address

I have ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS installed on a VMware workstation. I want to run a game server on it so therefore i need to portforward that workstation. To portforward that workstation i need its internal ...
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mac osx override default route for address range by net mask

On my mac I have two adapters, I'd like to use the WiFi as WAN and Ethernet as LAN by setting up some custom routing. The service order is set to WiFi then Ethernet which in the routing table looks ...
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I have to refresh a page several times in order to view it

Whenever I browse the internet, pages often won't load. I often have to refresh pages several time in order for them to load. I have tried using different browsers, but that doesn't help. I think it ...
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I suspect there is a malware or trojan in my computer because internet explorer repeatedly access internet through local proxy [duplicate]

Again and again, after a few minutes, my internet connection go through settings. I never set that. it goes back again and again. As if someone is installing software on my computer and then There ...
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Hard Drive Manufacturer Serial Numbers on a Network

I am working on a network of over 300 laptops and I need to get all the hard drive manufacturer serial numbers connected to my network. Is there a way to retrieve that data from the server without ...
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Network shared access database: your network access was interrupted access to continue close the database

I have a network with several Windows XP and Windows 7 users accessing MS Access databases over shared files in a NAS Synology. One of the XP users get several times in a day the following message: ...
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Connecting via VPN- can they see my sites in private browsing

My concern is, I looked at a website on my local computer (job sites) and I'm very concerned the company can see this website and know I'm looking at other jobs. My question is, when I use a VPN, ...
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Not able to set static IP in virtual Linux server

Can any one help me to set static IP in my virtual Linux server machine I did every thing but still i am not able to set static ip. host OS is windows 7 guest server is Linux 14.04 I am using ...
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OpenWRT sending invalid packets to WAN when Android phone connects

I have a Netgear WR703N wireless router flashed with OpenWRT 12.09 "Attitude Adjustment" connected to my school's Ethernet network, and our IT department sent emails alerting me that it's ...
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Script to reference another file first

Hi I have a script and in it I need to get the hostnames from IPs that the script generates. The script will generate those IPs into 1 neat file with only 1 column. It is literally just IP address (1 ...
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Stunnel on PFSense

Replaced a linux router with pfsense to handle NAT. Before stunnel worked from a remote site to a port on the linux router that forwarded to an internal mysql server. Now I haven't been able to get ...
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All internet browsers won't resolve DNS except for TorBrowser

I'm having a bit of trouble with one of my Windows 7 Professional 64-bit w/ SP1 computers browsing the internet. I use the computer as a bed for testing different applications and so forth. The ...
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Connecting to a second router kills all connectivity

I am setting up a small network with a network printer. This is on a residential connection. The router connected to the modem is on IP 10.0.0.1, provided by comcast. I am connecting to this ...
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My DNS access/IP resolving is blocked occasionally

My DNS access is blocked occasionally and restored shortly without any reason. It occurs occasionally without any relation to my daily activities. During the problematic phase (30-180secs) when the ...
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Can't find my router in bridge mode

I got a new router that supports WDS to extend the reach of another router that supports WDS. After a fair bit of struggle, it works, but I have to disable DHCP in the new router for WDS to work, and ...
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Stuttering/Latencies when LAN/Ethernet Driver active

I experience heavy video/audio stuttering when playing a video or general latencies when downloading a file when connected via LAN/Ethernet NOT when connected via WLAN/Wifi. According to my ...
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Change configurations of router being used as a switch?

I have a SMC Wi-Fi router (Router A) that in my local network is connected to a main router (Router B). Router A is somehow being used as a switch to which I can connect stuff via wi-fi using its ...
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Router cannot separate ip addresses on the same NIC (Vmware)

Here is the scenario of my problem. My network topology: I have an ISP Router Technicolor TG797n v3 and i have a wireless access point set to be a client mode and connected to my PC via Ethernet so ...
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Cannot Access Folders after copying data to new Hard-drive

For Example : I have 10 folders 1-10 , i copied these folders to a new hard-drive E: . My problem is when i tried to access this folders from RDP protocol it gives me an error : "E is not ...
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Netbook intermittently drops connection to work WiFi point

I have a little netbook that I carry from work to home so I can carry on working on personal projects during my lunch hour. It connects to the internet fine at home. However, it's always ...
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ZyXel D1000 Pass Through Modem PPPoE

Does anyone have any experience with ZyXel D1000 being used in pass through mode. I cannot find a setting in the user guide to enable this. I found a non official guide for another model that refers ...
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Tagging VLAN1 on a switch

I have a Nortel switch which dates back to 2006. It has an egress tagging function which I think tags all VLANs including native VLAN1. This is my scenario: I plugged my laptop into that port which ...
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Can't connect network in “CentOS 7 on Dell Precision T7610 ”

I have installed CentOS 7 on my system Dell Precision T7610. While I am trying to connect to network. PFB the details [sigma@localhost ~]$ nmcli d DEVICE TYPE STATE ...
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Windows Server 2012 R2 - Unstable network connection

I have a problem in my computer clients that are connected in my windows server 2012 R2. I have 30 client computers and sometimes other computers are not connected in my domain. For example 28 ...
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Photo Organizer that works from many computers to one file server

I have a file server in the closet. It runs Ubuntu, and exports my photo library as NFS4 and SMB. I have children and a wife who all also want access to these photos. Right now, the archive has the ...
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In Windows, how do I avoid connecting to a Wi-Fi network through a specific AP?

In my house, I have a network set up like this: A wireless router connected to a cable modem, which is connected to the Internet. The wireless router broadcasts the Wi-Fi network NET1. My computer is ...
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windows tcp/ip settings per network

In Windows 8.1 is there any native way to set network adapter settings per wireless network? I need to have one network (essid) where I manually specify the ip-adresses and all others DHCP. DHCP is ...
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Local network between windows 7 and windows 8 [on hold]

I bought a new PC with Windows 8. I wanted to copy my files from my old Windows 7 PC I configured a local network (I'm using an ethernet cable)and PING works correctly When I want to access some ...
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Is is possible to exclude a range of IPs from being included in the DNS resolver cache?

Our network has a number of systems that are dynamically allocated IPs (which happen to be in the public range). These systems also have a local hostname, which is making it into the DNS resolver ...
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Nmap incredibly slow on my router

I'm attempting to use nmap on my Tomato router (Linux 2.6) to do a quick survey of a particular subnet on my LAN. Even when I set it to scan a single client it takes close to four minutes to complete. ...
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why Win7 User folder can be accessed by another user and also in the network? [duplicate]

I just found at home I (an administrator user) can access other users folders under the C:\Users, even one of the folders belongs to another administrator account. I thought the folders under Users ...
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VirtualBox “Bridged Adapter” network doesn't show up in VM

ong story short, I'm trying to re-route information from an Android tablet into a CentOS VM on my Windows 7 host. I've set my Virtual Box manager to have two "Network" adapters (in Settings): ...
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Windows 8.1 - how to set default network device?

My computer is refusing to use the preferred network connection, and chose the inferior network connection that is attached to a USB - ETH device all the time. I have already set the priority in ...
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How to catch a tcp packet in windows?

I've got Windows 2003 server and i see in my firewall logs some denied tcp packets: about 1-5 per hour. It looks like that: 18:20:37 tcp 192.168.xx.y(4994) -> 104.28.25.67(80), 1 packet 18:39:15 ...
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Keepalived / VRRP splitbrain

I got a problem in Centos 6.5 with keepalived which in one time produces: mit1-lb-1: Sep 17 03:03:26 mit1-lb-1 Keepalived_vrrp[10423]: VRRP_Instance(VI_200) Transition to MASTER STATE <== z ...
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Connection to router/modem works only if plugged in directly, not via switches/wifi

Consider the following setup: 2-3 Laptops and 4-5 Desktop PCs (both windows and linux systems) are connected to an ADSL modem/router (http://avm.de/produkte/fritzbox/fritzbox-3272/) via wireless and ...
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Windows Server 2012R2 - Unable to find DNS manager

I have domain controller running with DNS server. DNS is working properly but I can't open DNS Manager. nslookup is also working. There is no problem with domain controller functionality. But I can't ...
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Windows 7 System Image Recovery: netsh error “The interface is unknown”

Trying to recover a Windows System Image from a Network Drive on a NAS. I clicked System Image Recovery tool from the Windows 7 System recovery Options dialog on startup The Selected "Select a ...
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Need help for share my printer [on hold]

I am Farhad Jargela, I am working in govt. organisation, Here we have 9 desktop & 1 wi-fi router. Here we have wi-fi connection in 6 desktop and rest 3 have cable connection from singal router. so ...
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Setting up IPv6 internal network with WiFi access point

first of all I'm completely new to ipv6 so please forgive me if I'll say something stupid. I'm trying to setup an ipv6 internal network to test an application I wrote ( yeah I can code for ipv6 but I ...
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Nslookup command line with A record IP as sole output

I've found the following command to get your current public IP that works well from command line: nslookup myip.opendns.com resolver1.opendns.com I want to be able to run a command though that JUST ...