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Just share the folder c:\windows\system32\spool\printers in which the shared printer is connected for everyone with full control both in share and security menu. That will work fine.


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Resolved by... rebooting the host machine, I don't know why but it started working after it.


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Using sed and bash $ printf '%d.%d.%d.%d\n' $(echo 80D00297 | sed 's/../0x& /g') 128.208.2.151 How it works: sed is used to reformat the number: $ echo 80D00297 | sed 's/../0x& /g' 0x80 0xD0 0x02 0x97 The %d format of printf is used to convert the hex numbers to decimal. Using GNU awk $ echo 80D00297 | gawk --non-decimal-data '{for (i=1;i&...


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Presuming you mean convert it to a string or dotted-notation representation The first thing you need to know is whether the address is in network byte order, or host byte order. Network byte order is big-endian, whereas intel-based computers are little-endian. You can convert one to the other using a function called ntohl, which basically takes each byte (...


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Your server IP address can hold many different domain names at the same time. When you access the website your browser send the HTTP request with domain name in it, and the server can found which website data it should send you back then. It's called the virtual hosts, so simple as that :) Take a look here for more information about DNS and virtual hosts.


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You said forwarded so use rule #2, but you might need 1 also. iptables -I INPUT 1 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3068 -j LOG --log-prefix "short descript goes here " --log-tcp-options --log-ip-options iptables -I FORWARD 1 -p tcp -m tcp --dport 3068 -j LOG --log-prefix "short descript goes here " --log-tcp-options --log-ip-options I think the description is ...


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NOrmally global chat services are hosted by a server , so no simple user can see the other's IP address, but a malformed image or file transfer can cause the application to do unusual things, which I have seen on Paltalk. I see no security threat other than nuicance disconnect. If still concerned, inquire at lawenforcement@kik.com and report details of ...


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First, you were not likely compromised. As the comments mention, he likely found your Global IP address, and then proceeded to send your modem/router more requests than it could handle (in other words, Denial of Service or Distributed Denial of Service attack). As far as your data, that would depend on the firewall that is set up on your modem/firewall. ...


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Because DDWRT is base on Linux you can use some iptables to log some traffic. I not sure if DDWRT has the full stack of iptables but you can check in this link iptables


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Some other DHCP software can set reservations on other attributes of a DHCP discovery packet than the MAC address. For example our software WinGate can set a reservation based on the computer name (NetBIOS name). As long as you set your DHCP server to assign your AD DNS to clients, it doesn't break your AD either, and in fact we use WinGate DHCP in our ...


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As the above your picture, I assure you're using NAT network...so please check your VMnet8 interface in your physical machine. Maybe it's related to your firewall too, please try to disable and access again.


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Based on the picture alone, it won't work from your host. I suggest setting it to Bridged mode, so that it gets an IP address on your current network. Then, you'll be able to connect to it from other computers in your network.


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You have only about 20 clients. You are using a dump switch. I read this as "you have precisely one cheap switch" and all 20 PCs are connected to this single device. Each active port on the switch usually has one more or more LEDs to indicate link speed and activity. The last gives us an easy solution. Create lots of traffic for your VM and looks which ...


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Your use of DHCP is already the best way to assign address. It's not possible to use Active Directory in an of itself to assign IP addresses because a computer must have an IP address before it can communicate directly with AD. There's no way around the involvement of MAC addresses in dynamic IP address assignment. Until a computer has an IP address, it is ...


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There are two routers involved in your setup and it is not clear which is doing what, and which is which. So let's try and figure this out first, and maybe even more. Download and install nmap wich is a network security scanner. It has GUI program which is called Zenmap. Run it and in the target type 192.168.0.1, for profile choose Intense scan. The tool ...


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Default Gateway = the device your computer(s) will use to acces another network than the one they are currently on (also called "router") DHCP = the device your computer(s) will contact when they try to get an IP address for your network What that means is, the "Default Gateway" and "DHCP" roles are completely independent an can be installed on the same ...


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It depends on the web site you are accessing and what special scripts run on their servers. For example: When you connect to a wifi hotspot, you will first be directed to a login web page where you have to enter your credentials to be given farther access to the Internet. If you check the address bar of that login page, you will discover your MAC address ...


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According to the screenshot of your phone. Your smart meter acts as a DHCP server. If it is not expected, you may disable the DHCP server on it. If you can't, then remove it from the network. I think the answer here is to block incoming DHCP offers on the raspberry pi from the smart meter using iptables. Restricting this by MAC address. I just haven't ...


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According to this site, your router’s login page is at 192.168.0.1 and the username is admin and the password is simply blank.


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If you have reset your device to factory defaults then the username and password should be on the back of the device, if you know the make/model of the device you can also go to this website and lookup the default username and password for your default. Some of them most common ones are admin , blank admin , admin admin , password admin , root root , root


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When you reset a device to its standard, the default username and password will be used. This can be admin / admin, admin / , admin / password or any combination. The best thing to do is look for the model and make of the device, and google for that + default password. Also, if you have the booklet, it will also mention what the default username and ...


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DHCP Lease Expire Time (IPV4)? Could someone tell me what this does? Lets start with DHCP what DHCP does. In very simple terms it comes down to this: New device does a DHCP req ("Hi, I am new here! This is my serial number. Someone please give me all the information needed to get on the local network") DHCP server: "Hi new device. Here are the settings ...


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The OSI model is supposed to be a guideline, not a strict set of rules for all communications. However, data usually passes through from layer 7 to 1 on the sender's side, and 1 to 7 on the receiver's side. As data goes from 7 to 1, the data is formatted (encoding/encryption) and encapsulated several times before the NIC sends it out as 0's and 1's on the ...


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Ip addresses can be static (more expensive) or DHCP. You probably have a DHCP address, look at your bill. DHCP servers assign IP addresses to MAC addresses. DHCP addresses usually do not change, because the lease is renewed, so you usually get the same one. If for some reason your device is offline for an etxtended period, the DHCP server can give way your ...


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Kind of a tricky question here, but here goes. If you are a business account then no. Business accounts are assigned static WAN IP's so no change in router/modem will alter this. If you are a residential account if you want to change your WAN IP sometimes all you have to do is unplug your modem for 10 - 15 minutes and when you plug it back in the WAN IP ...


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I'll correct your diagram see the pic below. It's useful to use the word packet in the general sense, the electronic engineering sense, without much of the mess of ISO OSI "layer" terminology. One has a packet and it has information like source IP, dest IP, And after that you have some other fields that may be called the TCP segment, and they have ...


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A TCP connection is uniquely identified by (Local Host, Local Port, Remote Host, Remote Port). (Technically the protocol is also part of the criteria, but if we restrict ourselves to TCP, it’s of course TCP.) An example connection with a router: Local Host: 192.168.2.100 (or similar) Local Port: 50000 Remote Host: 216.58.208.46 (Google) Remote Port: 80 ...


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All of the applications will use a random port for "internal use". This is known as the local port. By looking at Resmon.exe, under the Network tab, you can see a list of TCP connections. This is the open TCP connections each program has open. This will display: Image (the program that is using the TCP connection) PID (this is the Personal Identification ...


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The web server process on the Server is Listening on port 80 for connections on its own IP address. A connection is to a IP address AND a port, not just one or the other. As such you computer can connect to port 80 on 3 different IP addresses without problem. Your PC does not use port 80 on the local end of the connection. The OS will use the next free ...


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Generally dynamically assigned IPs are private IPs, not publicly addressable. Assigning public IPs for dialup users is not cost effective. Public IPs are very valuable, private IPs are free.


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ISP's are just like large companies that are assigned IP addresses. They can decide how many of their customers have a dedicated IP address and how many have dynamic IP. For example in Romania you have to pay for static IP in most ISP's. Even ISP's that provide home connection of 1 GBPS do not give you static IP by default. So many customers can connect ...


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It is not possible to get device details via MAC address as @Hennes already said as the MAC address is only specific to the network card. Another way to obtain more information is to log into your router/firewall and look for known devices with the found MAC. There you have the association MAC <-> IP address. You the can use tools like nmap/zenmap to ...


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Just searching on the MAC will only give you the vendor. It will never show you in which hardware the component with the MAC was used. (Think of it as finding the vendor name for a lightbulb, which does not tell you in which device the bulb was used). But given that you have the MAC and almost certainly the IP, you can use tools like nmap to find out more. ...


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Fixed my own problem! I changed my IP address by leaving my modem off overnight. It solved the problem. Thanks anyway to anyone else who tried to help. :)


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A better option would be to use the logging features of whatever software you are using to stream. Trying to monitor the network traffic can be tricky and not always give you a clear picture of your actual activity. Most any service which is streaming video should have some sort of logs it can output, if for nothing more than debugging. Simply check the ...


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What does "there are possible 32 hosts" mean? It means you are dealing with a /27 network, one with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.224, capable of having 32 hosts. For example, 192.168.10.64/27 has 32 possible hosts (devices with IP addresses), ranging from 192.168.10.64 through 192.168.10.95, although in most cases it is really 30 hosts since the first is ...


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Is it even possible for a PC/VPS to be reached via 3 different IPs pointing to it? Yes, it is. There is nothing strange with a machine having multiple NICs, or even having multiple IP per NIC. The term for this is 'multi-homed'. There should be no difference between this for a physical machine or a cirtual one. I can not reach the server from more ...


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You can use whatever address space you like on the local side of a home router, with the caveat that if it conflicts with a routable address space on the Internet, you will not be able to reach that space because your router will attempt to find it locally. This is the reason that you should use RFC 1918 address spaces (10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12, or 192.168....


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Your question is a bit vague, but from your comments I understand what you intend. You want to hide your IP when you are working on the VPS and need to download stuff from the internet to the VPS. The VPS is just a regular computer just like your computer at home (at least in this sense). So yes: If you install a TOR client on the VPS you can use that just ...


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Are you sure you fully understand what 'hiding your IP address' means? You would not be able to receive any website or other data, as your IP address is the place where this gets delivered to. Imagine you want to order something from Amazon, but you want to completely hide your mailing address. How can that work?



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