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

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Route everything over virtual interface without dropping backend connection

I've got vpn-ws setup on my server. I'm connected to a public wifi which has blocked many ports blocked (obviously not 80 and 443). When I connect to domain.tld/vpn and run dhcpcd, I get IP address ...
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VPN failover on Tomato Router

I've configured two VPN clients on my router to ensure some of my traffic secure. One of the client is the major one and the other is the alternative one. I'm now using custom routing tables and IP ...
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Home Fibre Broadband User, 30+ devices, best solution

I have a BT Infinity Fibre broadband connection (72mbps), with over 30 devices connected to my home network via WiFi (Bt Home Hub 4). Devices include MacBooks, iPads, 4x iPhones, 4x Kindles, 2x SMART ...
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Wireless internet has 10 minute periods of lag

I have a windows 8.1 asus desktop computer that connects to the wireless router and gets an ip address (dhcp) and is able to surf the internet. After about 2-5 minutes of using the internet, it ...
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Setup website for home which works offline (No Internet)

I know that though I don't have internet, I can access and set my router configuration via http://192.168.0.1 (or other similar IP addresses). I want to know if I can set my website same way like ...
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www prefix is not working locally

Hi i recently put a web page online on a synology NAS, the problem is the following: When typing www. before my domain name the page is not loading This is what i got so far: Added both ...
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VirtualBox bridged adapter not working with one network

I have been using VirtualBox bridged adapter with some networks and it has worked right. But a few days ago I have tried it with a new network and this time it has not worked. The only difference in ...
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Is IP address assigned to a network interface?

I heard MAC address is assigned to a network interface. A computer or router can have multiple network interfaces, so can have multiple MAC addresses. Is IP address assigned to a network interface ...
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asus router avoid plug internet line into local port to avoid parental control [duplicate]

I am setting the parental control for my son. But he always plug the internet line into local port of router and then he can access internet without parental control. How can I disable the local port ...
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can i apply QOS for the attached network diagram?

is it possible to apply QOS for the attached network diagram? all traffic passes through the gateway pc. i want to know if the QOS policies i created on this pc controls all the traffic that comes ...
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VLAN trunking on interface only pingable from hosts on its VLAN

I am trying to set up subinterfaces on my Ubuntu 14.04 server for each VLAN. I believe I have successfully set them up using vconfig, but the subinterface is only pingable from hosts on its own VLAN. ...
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Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?

I am using a wireless network created from Linksys WRT54G. From 192.168.1.1 (the web for configuring WRT54G), I saw an MAC Address: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:20 From the bottom of the WRT54G device, I saw ...
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Why does Linux accept traffic on unconfigured loopback addresses?

On at least two version of Linux (Ubuntu 9 and Debian 7) I've noticed that, even though I only have a single loopback address configured on lo (the standard 127.0.0.1 one), it happily accepts packets ...
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Browsing network shares (SMB) causes spike in latency

I've managed to narrow down an incredibly frustrating problem with intermittent latency spikes on one PC on my LAN (Win7 Pro x64) to connecting to SMB shares. I have other Win7 Pro PC's that don't ...
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Which layer of network stack does access point operate?

Which layer of network stack do access points operate? (My question also leads me to wonder Which device can create a new network?). My question arises when reading Tanebaum's Computer Network: ...
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Which device can create a new network?

An example: I connect a Linksys WRT54G to my ISP's cable port on the wall. Each machine connected to the router has an internal IP. I think that I have created a new internal network (both wired and ...
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Internet Usage Monitoring

I have a WiFi Enabled ADSL Modem/Router (ASUS DSL-N10) connected to internet & some devices (PC, Mobile, ...) connect to internet via Cable or WiFi through this Modem. I need to monitor traffic ...
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Linux Command to set TCP window size [on hold]

I want to send TCP packet with window size 65535 (0xffff). I m looking to set the TCP window size to 65535 on my linux system. I know that there is the sysctl command but I could not find how ...
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Hosting my website from home

Ive, for some odd reason, have always fantasied about hosting my own web site from home... I know security wise it isnt the best thing in the world but Im looking for a new tips on that today. The ...
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Losing Internet connection on a Sitecom WLR-3100 Wi-Fi Router X3 N300

At home, I'm using a Cisco router and DD-WRT'ed Linksys access point to connect my Android smartphone and Ubuntu laptop to the internet via Wi-Fi. I've never faced any problems here. Neither have I on ...
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setup vcan interface to be activated on boot

I want to setup a virtual SocketCAN interface on boot. The following lines do what I want (manually): ip link add dev vcan0 type vcan ip link set up vcan0 (or) ip link add dev vcan0 up type vcan ...
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I am connected to a single network but two connections are shown

Okay so I was trying to assign a static IP for my pc just with normal procedure but after I did so I got this. Can anyone enlighten me what is wrong or if everything is right? But amazingly the ...
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Wi-Fi soft handoff using more antennas and long cables?

I have to organize a show in an underground car park. I have: 1 car running fast in the parking lot; 1 Android smartphone in the car; the Android smartphone has to connect with a PC in real time, ...
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What is the difference between these 2 twisted pairs?

I have two cables marked: BELDEN 1583e utp cat5e 4pr awg24 iso/iec 11801 en50173 ec verified 100 ohm 1002069 ESSENTIAL utp cat5e by nexans EC verified 4pr awg24 lu0306 Both connected to TL-SG108E ...
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Windows 7 network adapter device name using winpcap

I am trying to use winpcap for an application that is to be used on multiple servers in a production line. One thing that annoys me so far is the Windows 7 device naming convention, which is a long ...
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Internet sharing between PowerMac G3 running Linux and Windows 8 computer

I have a PowerMac G3 on which I have installed MintPPC Linux (a version of Debian) so I can run it as a web server. This computer has two network cards, one is in the motherboard and one is a PCI ...
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Implement QoS on home network (maybe using a Synology NAS)

My home router (Technicolor TG784n v3, firmware version 8.G.M.1) has no Quality of Service (QoS) settings. Still, I would like to implement QoS, mainly to be able to control bandwidth occupancy by ...
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What might cause high latency when bandwidth is saturated?

I've been having network problems for a while and I'm trying to track down the source of the issue. Yesterday, I was transferring a file from my laptop to my desktop with SCP, over my wifi ...
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I need to connect up to 3000 people to wifi simultaneously. How can I do this and would I require to do so? [on hold]

I got an inquiry from a client who requires to have WIFI connectivity for an event. This event usually has approximately 3000 people walking in and out of the location at any given time. The event ...
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FTP experts needed - FTP with TLS doesn't work, nor can i change port in pure-ftpd

Hey guys! I have been having problems with my ftp server that i have tried fixing for over a week now, and i was wondering if you could help me with it. My configuration: I am running Raspbian on a ...
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What does exactly transmission delay represent?

I understand that propagation delay is the time it takes for a bit to reach the far end, and that it's pretty close to the speed of light. What I don't understand is what the transmission delay ...
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Range of intermittent network / router problems

I've recently moved to a new house and is experiencing a range of intermittent network / router problems. I use an ASUS RT-N66U wireless router which have worked great in my previous apartment, and ...
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How to RDP machine “C” from machine “A” when machine “B” is in the middle

Ok, I'm working on a rather complex network arrangement so I'll try my best to be clear. There are 3 PCs: A, B and C. A: Ubuntu 12.04, the one on my desk: it's part of an intranet 125.1.x.x/16 B: ...
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VPN over seperate instance OpenWRT

I am trying for a few days to get this going but so far i have not mamaged to. My situation is pretty much alike VPN on SSID #2 (OpenWRT) however slightly different. In my situation i am using ...
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Links and transmission rates

Let's say I have a short copper wire that I wish to transfer bits through. I can push a bit on one end of the wire, and in no time (almost the speed of light) the bit will reach to the other end, and ...
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Can't connect to host by hostname

I have a problem which can be described by these four lines $ host example.com example.com has address 10.10.10.10 $ ping example.com ping: unknown host example.com As I see, hostname resolves ...
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how to determine which side causes the intermittent ping failure

Recently co-workers have been experiencing random connection drop problem with one of the servers. If I ping the server 10 times in a row from my windows client machine, I can see quite a few of ...
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How to connect to my other home network?

I have an ADSL modem from my ISP. I have another Tenda router that is connected to the ADSL modem via twisted pair cable. I connect to the internet using Wifi from the Tenda router. The ip address of ...
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linking a network printer to a different network [on hold]

I'm working in a big enterprise company ,in my company we have two types of employees (Staff,contractor).so far we have a two WiFi and LAN network one for staff (Staff network) ,and one for contractor ...
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Bypass Internet Filters [on hold]

I am trying to bypass restricted internet access by running it through some sort of server. I need suggestions. I can not connect to a VPN. I can set proxy settings, but I have applications I need to ...
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How to use QOS (quality of service) on windows 7

i have 15 computers on LAN and other clients who connect through wifi. all connections pass through a windows 7 computer. i want to give high priority for some applications, urls, ip addresses using ...
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Network Adapter occasionally not able to connect

Sometimes my network adapter will require that I disable it and then reenable in order for it to work again. The problem is that it gives no indication that there is a problem with the network until ...
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DHCP and connection problems on cascade switches and routers

I have the following configuration (one switch at a building floor): The workstations are all DHCP enabled to get IP automatically. When I power up everything works fine. After some time (2 hs) I ...
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Does increasing the complexity of a PSK passphrase mitigate the risks of WPA-TKIP?

I'm responsible for configuring a small business network (50-60 devices) and we have some ancient devices that must connect wirelessly to the network. Our regular wireless accepts AES WPA and WPA2 ...
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OpenWRT OpenVPN LAN access

My target is to connect a PC from internet to a local VPN at my home and then access my computers in local LAN. Explanation: ****** ************** ****************** ...
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Given the IPs of all on my network, how can I find their computer names?

I obtained a list of all IPs in my network with fing (linux package for analyzing networks). How can I obtain the names of the machines? And maybe could I obtain the OS too?
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Two different Wi-Fi networks—public and private—with different SSIDs from two different routers, but using the same Internet connection

We are looking to provide public Wi-Fi in an area that currently isn’t covered by any Wi-Fi network. However, nearby there is another Wi-Fi network of ours consisting of a DHCP router—with incoming ...
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Debian can't communicate with network printer

We have working Konica Minolta Bizhub C224e connected to Wi-Fi. Windows computers don't have problems with it, so I assume that it's configured properly. On my Debian Wheezy I can see this printer ...
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Zyxel Router Static IP setup

I need assistance with a static ip setup. The router is set up with the details for the static IP and the computer is able to browse the Internet and able to ping the static IP. The problem that comes ...
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Telnet says trying- network issue

My network resource is telling me that "syn" packet is not being sent from client to firewall. HOw do we go about troubleshooting this, why do a packet capture from the client when we know the issue ...