Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

The ifconfig + route flush solution by @blaine prompted me to look in netstat -nr and sure enough I had a static host route to the gateway, with a high usage count (5th column in the netstat -nr output.) When this happens again, you might want to check if you have a route for the address prefix that you are trying to connect to, and if it exhibits the same ...


1

You have the arguments swapped around, the correct syntax is: sudo route add -net 172.16.1.0/24 dev ppp0


0

Yes. Normal for servers to be connected to different network segments. Doesn't matter wan or lan.


0

I'm running Windows 8.1 Pro x64 on my desktop and had the same DNS problems with Chrome, even on a wired connection. I updated the driver for my network adapter and all DNS errors went away. It's been three weeks now and not a single problem. Just another troubleshooting tip.


0

In general, googling your error message helps: have you seen this Web page, https://supportcenter.checkpoint.com/supportcenter/portal?eventSubmit_doGoviewsolutiondetails=&solutionid=sk30772? Don't be fooled by the disclaimer that it concerns a discontinued product, the page was last updated on march 13th, 2014. Basically, it is a matter of traffic on ...


0

If I understood correctly, your complete setup is: Internet -> asa 5505 -> 10.0.1.0 subnet -> wireless router -> 10.0.3.0 subnet Since wireless router is new, I'm guessing that all PC in 10.0.1.0 subnet are using asa 5505 as default gateway. As a result, packets coming from 10.0.1.0 to 10.0.3.0 are translated to pool 1, which somehow messing the packet ...


0

Basically if split tunneling is turned off, all traffic must flow over the vpn however try tracert command on both Windows and Linux and you should hopefully get a trace of the route that packets take to reach the destination then You'll be able to tell if it's passing through your VPN gateway. e.g. tracert www.yahoo.com You can also use an IP address ...


0

Judging from your question, it appears the board is not under your control, otherwise you would know (I presume) which port ssh is listening on, if at all. If this is indeed the case, then nmap is your only friend (or some other scanner, of course). My suggestion is to do a heavy scan: sudo namp -T5 -A -p1-65535 ip.address.of.board The flag -T5 ...


0

nmap of course(i.e. do a port scan). nmap -P0 -p1-65535 5.6.7.8 (where 5.6.7.8 is the ip) maybe somebody has a better idea or better parameters. That -P0 makes it work even if you didn't get a ping response. That doesn't cover adjusting it though


3

On the one hand, yes, it's possible; it's how routers work in the first place – by routing IP packets between computers with different addresses. But on the other hand, it's not going to work, because most likely your ISP only assigns you one global (aka external) IPv4 address. (Partly because IPv4 addresses are in very short supply – the internet is only ...


3

The only other way beyond a proxy would be to either have 2 separate internet connections at that location or get an additional IP assigned to the existing connection and then setup the firewall/router to NAT your traffic out one IP and his out the other IP. But consumer/home ISP accounts vary as far as allowing you to buy additional IP addresses (whereas ...


3

Edit 2 Based upon your comments, I think this may be malware and not a virus - use MalwareBytes and perform a scan EDIT As per your edit, since it only happens with one site, then it's that 1 site. They have put a forwarder on I assume. Original answer below I think you should start the browser in safe mode because this disables all plug ins which ...


1

even simpler for you locally on your laptop is you can just put a bunch of different names in /etc/hosts and have apache listen on all ip addresses. Apache has 3 main ways of determining which virtual host to use to serve a website. IP address port number hostname the client uses to access the site To make your last requirement semi practical is to have ...


0

Problem was the firewall was license-restricted to 50 clients. Bought the unlimited upgrade and the problem is now resolved.


1

Apart from the last requirement you have you should be able to do all this with IP addresses in the local host range. If you set up your system to have multiple IP's in the 127.0.0.0/8 range (using alias interfaces) you can bind your Apache to those IP's: In /etc/network/interfaces: auto lo lo:1 lo:2 iface lo inet loopback iface lo:1 inet loopback ...


0

(Note: I just re-read the question, and the possible answer below is assuming that you have admin access to the Server \192.168.1.1 doing the file sharing. If you don't, then doing self-encrypted file/folder is the only method possible from your end. So other user can see your encrypted file, but can't decrypt it unless they have your key) Assuming the ...


0

Make sure you get both the pinout and the pairings right. The right pins must be paired together in a twisted pair: 1 & 2 3 & 6 4 & 5 7 & 8 Getting the pairings wrong won't show up in a pinout tester, but it'll kill your ability to do 1000BASE-T.


0

TCP is a generic stream protocol for in-order reliable data delivery between two endpoints in an IP network like the Internet. HTTP is a protocol that runs on top of TCP. Other protocols that use TCP are FTP, SSH, SSL etc. The functions you described are for handling TCP connections in general. You should read ...


1

Assuming you get the logon window, which you should as the machine makes use of network accounts, you will need to login as the following: COMPUTERNAME\Adminname The first part designates the DOMAIN, in this case, the local computer.


0

PPPoE and adsl are not mutually exclusive. Most ADSL modems will will allow for the option of configuring with PPPoE - this is simply an authentication protocol (and a few other things) that lives on top of lower level traffic. There may be specific information that you need to get from your new service provider in order to complete the modem configuration ...


0

Figured it out, I needed to set the ethernet LAN IP of my machine to static and remove the default gateway.


8

No, listening sockets on localhost (127.0.0.1 or ::1 on IPv6-enabled systems) are only accessible from the very same system they were created on. To configure a program to listen on all interfaces, you'd usually use 0.0.0.0 or ::. According to a quick Google search this should also be valid for node.js.


2

The fact that you can clone at 15 MBs from the gitlab vm makes this most likely a problem with the network abstraction layer of the hypervisor. Test if all network connections are slow by sending raw data between 2 linux vms. On secondary linux vm run: nc -v -l 4321 > /dev/null On the gitlab vm run: dd if=/dev/zero bs=1024K count=512 | nc ...


1

I don't think you should consider a security problem opening ports for Wake on LAN. You only need to open (redirect to your sleeping computer) UDP port 9, what can not easily become a "door to enter your computer". The rest of your method seems correct: any kind of VPN (OpenVPN, PPTP-VPN, Hamachi or whatever) for both computers, and you will have a ...


0

This looks like a problem in your OpenVZ configuration, mainly related with the state feature of netfilter. Make sure that in your /etc/vz/vz.conf, IPTABLES_MODULE contains ipt_state. This is important for older versions of vzctl, but better be safe than sorry: ## IPv4 iptables kernel modules to be enabled in CTs by default IPTABLES="ipt_REJECT ipt_tos ...


0

Somehow your webserver didn't resolve WAN IP. Let 's fix this problem by consider WAN IP as an vhost. Let 's add this code to your virtual host file of web server <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "<your web folder>" ServerName <your IP here> ErrorLog "logs/<your IP>-error.log" CustomLog "logs/<your ...


1

After a quick searching I´ve found the following wikipedia entry which suggests the following sysctl settings: net.inet.tcp.ecn_negotiate_in net.inet.tcp.ecn_initiate_out You could set these up with: sudo sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.ecn_negotiate_in=1 sudo sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.ecn_initiate_out=1 These setting will disappear after reboot.


1

Batch scripts Similar to @John1024's approach, here's how you can do it in Windows: Disable @echo off cd /d "%~dp0" REM retrieve the current gateway set dest=0.0.0.0 for /f "tokens=2,3" %%A in ('"route print %dest% | findstr /c:"%dest%" "') do ( REM save the IP and delete the gateway echo %%A %%B>%dest%.txt route delete %dest% >nul ) exit /b ...


0

A dropped TCP packet will be detected and re-transmitted by the two hosts that have established the TCP session. A dropped UDP packet is not part of a session, and has no built-in functionality for detection of delivery failure. In the case of DNS, a dropped packet results in a timeout, then the query is repeated, perhaps to a different server. UDP ...


-1

Here is what I've found that works: Create a new user account with a different name, as follows: Go to Start → Control Panel → User Accounts Select "Manage other accounts" "elect "Create new account" Give the new account a name, e.g. "Bob2" and check the box to make it an administrator account Restart the computer and login to the new account Run this ...


0

I solved it different than these answers. Using VirtualBox 4.3.10 , I simply had to do the following: Setup my VMs to use DHCP or Manual IP. IN VBox settings, if Nat networks has no value, add a NAT network with default settings. In VBox settings, if Host-only Networks is empty , add one called Host-Only Ethernet Adapter #2 ( I assume #1 would ...


1

Check your DNS settings/servers. I had this issue and found out it was caused by my primary dns not resolving the git server. Once I switched my primary it sped up. Appears that git doesn't allow caching of DNS queries and therefore had to failover every time.


0

Hmm, this is a most perplexing problem. Do you have bandwidth limits set on your virtual NIC port? If you do... that might be it... Just posting this because you didn't mention it in your OP and it's possible it could be an answer, but I don't know for sure if this will be it.


0

Yes. But why would you? There should be no need to fit the whole system into 8 MB of memory. Just use a lightweight distribution like Arch Linux. It offers much more flexibility.


0

Open Network & Sharing Center Change adapter settings Right-click on your tethered "Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device" Status Details Copy the IPv4 Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway & DNS Servers Again Right-click on your tethered "Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device" Properties Highlight "Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" ...


2

Voltage is the electrical potential to push current through a circuit. Polarity is determined by reference to circuit ground. In this case, the device has a positive circuit board ground plane and negative power in reference to that ground plane. In circuits that expect negative voltage, you attach the positive terminal of your 48V DC power to the ...


0

It is worth adding, that older Fritzboxes may only work when omitting (!) the http:// from the update-url. I saw this behaviour with a "FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7570 vDSL". It would just say something like "Status: Account temporarily deactivated" on the status page, and the system-log would show an error about not being able to resolve the domain name. (Exact ...


1

First check if you have a ~/.ssh/ directory and a ~/.ssh/known_hosts file in it. Maybe you replaced the file with a symlink to /dev/null? Also check if your ~/.ssh/config (or the global /etc/ssh/ssh_config) is configured to use a different location for the UserKnownHostsFile.


1

That should be straight forward. Check if you Ubuntu machine offers SSH access (by default it does) and if you have a dhcp server in your network (you probably have.) Boot your Ubuntu laptop and make a note of the used IP, i. e. type ip addr in a terminal or use the funky NetworkManager applet. Make sure that you have your username and password ready. Boot ...


2

You can't combine the power of more pc's over the network to play a game for example, but you could stream a game that is played on a powerful pc, and control it from a weaker pc. But as Hennes says, only a handful games support this. Steam OS is perfectioning this method, and in order for it to work well, you'd need to play your game with a controller, ...


2

In some cases: Yes, you can use the resource from other networked computers to speed up tasks seemingly running on your own computers. E.g. when using distributed compiling. (Example: distcc). or you could run a counterstrike server on another computer and only run the client on your laptop. However for graphical games the practical answer is no. Most ...


1

I resolved the problem this way: ipconfig/all - on the internet-available comp ipconfig/all - on the internet-unavailable comp Control Panel - Network Connections - Local Area... and manually entered the parameters from the first comp to the another one.


1

Since the end is marked in the data link layer, there is no need to mark the end in higher layers. Higher layers usually don't need to replicate services provided by lower layers. Some layer has to mark the end of the data, and the data link layer is the one that does this.


0

If you want to know your IP address, then search for "cmd" in the start symbol. There should now be a black box. Do "ipconfig" and then it shows your IP address.


0

It's a known user issue on some Macs. I had it a few times. I haven't seen any official recognition from Apple, not that I had the patience to check hundreds of threads. Check the Internet.


0

Two ideas come to mind: Disable any QoS bullshit, if it's enabled - Manual page 78. I'm pretty sure an 80ish bucks ADSL router can't do QoS properly, just my opinion (now the experts will come and prove me wrong). Do a firmware upgrade - Manual page 21.


0

In Mavericks, Activity Monitor.app has a Network tab. Its sortable columns include Sent Bytes, Rcvd Bytes, Sent Packets, Recvd Packets, along with essentials like Process Name, User Name, and PID(process ID number). In the default view mode All Processes, it's a bit difficult to tell, especially since there doesn't seem to be a delta mode, only a ...


1

The best way would be to use the firefox inspector. Open the page, press F12 then choose Network or Ctrl-Shift-Q to start the Network inspector directly. Then reload the page to see all of the network requests made, times, etc. Far more detail than you likely need. If you want a lower-level command-line display, you'll want to look into netstat. You can ...


0

The DHCP is not the problem if set up correctly (every router assigning "its" space). Your problem is the NAT in your gateway. All of your network members have (and at first only) one local address. NOT a public one. What your gateway (the NAT) does is translating the addresses from the inside to the outside so all of your network members can communicate ...


0

As Chirag64 already said in the commentary: You have to configure your router and cofiguration highly depends on the model. To put things with port forwarding clear: Typically, an application that runs on a system and wants to act as a server sets up a listen on this client. It chooses an network interface on the machine it runs (or uses them all) and a ...



Top 50 recent answers are included