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

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Sharing Hardware Resources through network : Specifically RAM

I have 2 systems.. One is a laptop and has a 2 gb Ram while the other is a desktop having an 8Gb ram is it possible to share these resources such that both system has in effect 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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Ubuntu firewall rules ( ufw )

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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Problems when downloading via 3rd Party apps

Problem 1: I play Minecraft and some Steam games. But recently, I noticed I couldn't load webpages. I looked at resource monitor and saw that my "Network" graph was maxing at 10Kbps, quite frequently. ...
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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 ...
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How to force only Chrome to send network traffic through selected IP interface (not system default) on Windows 7?

I have connected to multiple network interface (like LAN, WiFi, USB modem, VPN) and I want Chrome to use the DNS servers from selected network (BUT NOT SYSTEM DEFAULT means local network) and also ...
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Enabled IPv6 Nic causes network connectivity issues

I am having issues with network connectivity while PC NIC's have IPv6 enabled. My organization does not utilize IPv6. Actually, the network admins here don't have any clue how to. I have come to the ...
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How to remotely get computer cpu and memory usage?

I have multiple computers on my network (each of them running Windows 7), and want to remotely get the usage statistics (total CPU and memory usage of the computer) for them without actually having to ...
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Port Forward Won't work

I trying a lot of way but it Fail I open an minecraft server idk what i doing wrong all time here some picture I not have 10 reputaion to post images so i make all it rar file HERE ...
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Is it possible to disable windows network bridge remotely?

I have a virtual server with Windows Server 2012 system and a Debian Linux in VirtualBox within it. I accidentally set a network bridge between the internet connection and the VirtualBox host-only ...
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Apache and embedding local content using Mod Proxy or Mod?

I am trying to embed a webpage into apache webserver that has public facing IP-address. The webpage I am trying to embed is over VPN, and works fine from the server to the VPN client with command ...
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2 Routers 2 ISPs 1 DNS, Hiding DNS requests

Firstly I am going to explain my network topology. I've got 2 routers serving separate ISPs and they are connected to each other via LAN and each one has its own dynamic IP and DNS by the ISP, my ...
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Delay packets sent through a given TCP port

What is the best way to purposely delay packets (by 10 seconds for example) uploaded to a given TCP port (e.g. 1935) on the RTMP protocol? The approach must work on Mac OSx Yosemite. I have tried ...
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How do you disable the use of internet on an adapter?

I'm connected to the internet through wifi. I'm also a VPN client and on the other end there is another internet connection. Ever since I joined the VPN I'm getting derpy download speeds and high ...
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Atheros wifi to comcast router packets above 174 bytes in size do not go through

I can ping and do name resolution. If I use the -l option to set the size of the ping package to 174 or below all pings get replied to. If I set it to 175 bytes or higher none of them do. I ...
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Can I use crossover with a gigabit switch to play games over LAN?

I was wondering if it was possible to use a switch to play games that use a LAN connection with my family. I know that the game I want to play works with a standard Ethernet cable from one Intel NIC ...
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ESXi + pfsense traffic segregation

I'm kind of new to setting up networking with ESXi and working with pfsense, so please excuse if this cannot be done or I'm asking something the wrong way. I'm using ESXi 5.5.0 and I want to host ...
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Can I use same suricata instance for both IDS (for L3,4) and IPS (for L3,L4,L7)?

I have a interface where traffic is flowing from internet to NGNIX server to application server. I want to monitor (IDS) the traffic flowing between Internet and NGNIX at L3,4 and IPS the traffic ...
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Route all Ubuntu traffic to Windows 7 Virtualbox with Juniper VPN

I have to use Juniper VPN to connect to my company's VPN. Unfortunately my company doesn't allow connections directly from Ubuntu. So I have a minimal Windows 7 VM in VirtualBox and run Juniper from ...
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Router changed SSID on 2.4GHz frequency only, 5GHz stayed the same

We have an ASUS Black Knight Router RT-N66U with firmware version 3.0.0.4.374_720. It was running with dual bands in two frequencies, 2.4GHz and 5GHz, each with the same SSID. However, one of the ...
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VMware host-only network accessing host local resources

I have a Debian server (LDAP,DNS,DHCP and SAMBA services) in a VMware virtual machine and I would like to reach the host local printer with it. The first interface eth0 is a host-only network with the ...
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Can a company's IT Department see the downloads of its clients?

If you are sitting in the IT department, is it possible to view or see the downloads (ex. mp3, video, pictures off Google) of a client, for example, of an employee in another department (same ...
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How to use maximum speed of my 150Mb wireless modem? [on hold]

I want to copy files from my Asus N53SV Laptop to the home computer that connects to a 150Mb wireless modem. The speed is just 20Mb! Computers are connected on local network at the same room. PC ...
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How to autoconfigure IPv6 route

I configured a simple router that should provide IPv6 connectivity to machines that are on LAN behind it. The router has 2 network interfaces (eth0, eth1), machines have 1 (eth0). On router's eth0 is ...
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Desktop P2P application and router with limited number of upnp rule? [on hold]

We are developing a P2P application for desktop and have been stucked with this dilemma for a while. Suppose a company with certain network of 50 PCs and the router supports upnp. But the router ...
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How to access a C: drive of one PC from another, that is on a different network?

I'm trying to connect to another computers c: Drive that is on a different network. To be clear: 2 computers connected to two different routers and those routers are connected to each other with ...
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Any suggestion on the wifi extender? [on hold]

I have just bought the NetGear WN2000RPT wireless Extender and I am having trouble getting to its initial configuration page. I have read bad reviews about this particular NetGear extender would you ...
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Where is Plugin menu of Nessus Home v. 6.3.6?

I just downloaded and installed "Nessus Home v. 6.3.6". But, I can't find the plug-ins of Nessus. Where is the plugin section? Under which menu?
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Clients from multiple subnets can't simultaneously connect to server

I have setup servers for several games in the past where either players from outside my local network could join, or players from within my local network could join, but not both at the same time. ...
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Why are my pings to websites now being timed out?

Only recently, pinging a website through the CMD will result in a timeout for all four attempts. As I mentioned, this has only started happening within the last week or so. Before I could ping google, ...
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Will I experience degraded performance on a Ethernet connection through a splitter if I'm the only user on the line?

I currently have a long wire ethernet chord travel from my office to my bedroom (the rooms are side by side), as I wish (It's a long ethernet cable wire). I went from a 1.9 MBPS to a 15.+ MBPS after ...
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Combine/merge multiple HSPA connections

For an project I am currently working on, I need to combine multiple HSPA connections to improve the end speed of the connection. I have multiple HSPA routers with each one simcard (all the same ...
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Multiple virtual network adapters with their own MAC address and external IP address from the DHCP in Windows

I have been searching for a long time on this forum, and although there are many questions about the topic, I wasn't able to get a concrete solution to the problem. I want to have multiple IP ...
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When using old SSD on a new laptop, the internet cannot connect

I recently bought a new laptop, and I just took the SSD from the old laptop and use it in the new laptop. So I didn't reinstall windows (8.1 64 bit), it's still the old one, but I did install all the ...
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Implications of creating bridges inside a docker container

Sometimes I tend to bring up docker containers for the simple reason of playing around in a isolated environment that I can easily trash afterwards without having to sorry about "dirtying" the host ...
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Understanding a computer providing a bridge to the Internet

Where I work we have a very old Linux machine that is doing our DNS/DHCP and other network services. That machine is our Default Gateway and all internet connections go through this computer somehow. ...
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Unix Networked Display

I'm setting up a space for a group at school where we can do meetings and presentations. We have a few large displays that I would like to be easily usable over the network. We already have a server ...
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What information do my ISP collects when I connect to a website through HTTPs?

What can my ISP log from a connection to a site with HTTPs? Is connecting to a website through HTTPs equivalent to a VPN? For example, can my ISP know the entire URL (Not only the domain) while ...
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IPSec tunneling mode vs transport mode vs transport+L2TP

According to many docs, transport mode should be used in host-to-host IPSec, while tunneling is used to connect gateways and L2TP is used for remote access. But nothing prevents me from using ...
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Firewall Throughput vs. UTM Throughput

I want to buy a new rack-mountable router with wireless capabilities. I was checking out the (Netgear UTM-25S. This router has a "firewall throughput" of 980 Mbps but a "UTM throughput" of only 24 ...