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First off: If you are under legal obligations to provide traffic separation, always get someone with the authority to do so to sign off on any plan as within the legal requirements before you begin implementing it. Depending on the specific legal requirements, it just might be that you will have to provide physically separate networks with no common trust ...


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In addition to Yamakaja's answer, this is how you setup a local DNS server. First, you need a computer you want to run the DNS server on. This can be one of your normal computers (if they run Linux and are on most of the time) or for example a Raspberry Pi. The advantage of such a device are it's cheap, does not need much power and it's small. Setting up ...


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Yes it is, and there are two (or more?) options: Editing your hosts file (the lazy way) Depending on your operating system you will have to add an entry to your "hosts" file. You can find it at /etc/hosts on most Unixoids and in C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts on Windows. To add your entry go to the bottom of the file and add a row in this format: ...


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If you're using the public IPv4 address (visible to the Internet), then the network traffic gets sent to the device with that address. That would be your router. This means your router needs to receive the traffic. Then, your router is noticing that there is a forwarded port, so it converts the network traffic's IP address and then sends the converted ...


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PHP offers some methods to interact with a host OS using the exec() and shell_exec() methods. exec - http://php.net/manual/en/function.exec.php shell_exec - http://php.net/manual/en/function.shell-exec.php The functions allow PHP to run (and receive output from) the command which can either be outputted to the page for the user or used as input to other ...


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First thing I would do is that enable IP4 on your windows 7 laptop. Are you trying to test something with IPv6? you need to make sure IPv4 is working first before testing IPv6 within your network. First, Assign static IP address with correct default gateway to both PC and laptop rather then dynamic IP (If you have DHCP). Disconnect your laptop and computer ...



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