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Remote Packet Capture using Wireshark

Well The scenario is that I have a Windows machine(at home) and a Linux box running headless Ubuntu server(without GUI) on a remote location. I got Wireshark installed on my windows machine, and ...
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Iptables mark incoming packet - vpn routing

I have connected my home to my workplace for out of house backup reasons through OpenVPN. The connection is working nicely. At work I have 5 fixed IP addresses. Now I would like to assign one of ...
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How to learn the current network scheduler used in my linux machine?

How can I learn what network scheduler for packet selection is used in my linux system? Thanks!
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How to send packet on tor network to get back to my computer?

Can anyone tell me how to configure system (I think Linux is the best option for this) to be able to send packet by Tor Network back to my own computer? I have to conduct research on how it behaves (I ...
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what is the effect of using 'ping -m' (tagging the packets)

i was going through the man pages of ping and i found a -m option there.. so how does this effect my packets? its something like tagging the packets. ping 8.8.8.8 -m 2 ...
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my perl scripts that use Net:Pcap dont work when i port them onto a vm on my server

I am trying to run a perl script that i have scripted to dump the packets from my network, i am using the Net:Pcap and netpacket modules. They are working fine on my and my friend's laptop. but when ...
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Will VPN will slow down VOIP traffic?

If I have a Linux setup with VPN in Paris and a Linux setup with VPN in London, both with high-speed internet, will packet-switching be slower for VOIP than if I didn't use VPN? A few people have ...
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Send cookies/site login information over my internal network?

Is there a way I can send cookies/site login information to computers within my internal network? i.e push them through in packet headers? Not FTP. For example if I want to send cookies with my ...
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Troubleshooting timeout and login problem, data transfer logging

I can't use gmail or Google log-in enabled openAuth from my browser in Ubuntu, but the same computer (It is a dual boot) works fine for everything in Windows. I connect through a Dynex router, and a ...
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Network packet editor for Linux?

Anyone know network packet editor for Linux, or a way to modify network packets in wireshark?
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Packet travelling in layers

I want to know how a network packet travels through different layers, i.e. from the physical layer to the presentation layer in Linux systems. Are there any detailed articles or books on this topic ...
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Unexplained Log Cruft and Possible Dropped Packets on WPA2-Personal LAN

I've been receiving a LOT of log cruft ever since I installed my WUSB100V2 (using the rt2870sta community driver from the Linux kernel) and was wondering what it all meant. Many times when these ...
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Linux Kernel Packet Forwarding Performance

I've been using a Linux box as a router for some time now. Nothing too fancy, just enabling forwarding in the kernel, turning on masquerading, and setting up iptables to poke a few holes in the ...