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Thanks for this post because I couldn't save neither. It saves using Explorer. Dont use Chrome (I couldn't save it neither) Regards,


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First, configure your ssh keys on the gateway so you can ssh to private. Then on your client, create a separate private/public key pair that you use to authenticate on the gateway. E.g. ssh-keygen -t rsa -f id_gateway. Then on the gateway, use the command= syntax in your authorized_keys file. For example, your entry might look like this: command="sh -c ...


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A more complex password will help, as the common attacks on WPA are offline dictionary attacks - you may wish to download the common dictionaries to confirm your password isn't in them. If there are a limited number of devices Mac filtering might be appropriate and using a fixed IP The other measures would be physical ones; - restrict the signal strength ...


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There's a few options - run a real development environment on a VM - then you can run it nat only. Not as light as running it locally I guess clever use of adblock - create specific sets of rules to block out resources you don't want loading. This may work outside the sites you're own but its something you can turn off and on at will. ublock is my current ...


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the e900 is 300mbps capable, I would suggest maybe you have an old wireless G card in the PC. Also try changing the wireless channel. If you are using a channel that is the same channel as other networks then this can cause your speeds to decrease.


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Also not a full solution - indeed there may not be a full solution to your question depending on your setup, and ignoring unplugging devices - but could help. If you get the devices MAC address (ie look at the arp table), the first 3 octets of the address can often tell you something about the address - just punch them into a mac lookup finder like ...


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Yes you can. You can put whatever you prefer on the ethernet connection, and as the UTM can easily act as your border router, and it provides security, this is a good place for it. Then you have the USG behaving like a core switch. With incoming connections, you can NAT through the Untangle, then either route directly through the USG or do a double NAT if ...


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If you have purchased your domain (xyz.com) from Directi.com you can create a DNS A record at Directi.com to point www.xyz.com (for example) to 52.24.220.140 For the email setup, you need to setup an MX record at Directi.com MX records are used for email servers. You will need to configure your MX record to point to hotmail or windows live. I've never ...


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[admin@automation-server 1.2.2]# nc -v -z -w2 192.168.193.173 6443 nc: connect to 192.168.193.173 port 6443 (tcp) failed: Connection refused [admin@automation-server 1.2.2]# nc -v -z -w2 192.168.194.4 6443 Connection to 192.168.194.4 6443 port [tcp/sun-sr-https] succeeded! Hope it solves your problem :)


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Add the following to the config: UseDNS no This will cause the SSH server to not resolve login attempts via DNS.


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It may have been a firewall issue. The defaultroute option did end up helping in the end.


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You can ssh from your Mac to your ubuntu server: ssh -D 1080 -f -C -q -N <ubuntu-user>@<ubuntu-ip> The IP address should be on a host only network between your Mac host and Guest OS. If you don't have it already, you will need to create / assign one. And then, change your browser to use your 127.0.0.1:1080 as socks proxy. However, it only ...


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Tracking down an unknown machine on an unmanaged network is difficult. I've been tasked with this a few times, and in order of preference, this is how I deal with them: Attempt to browse the server (if you are concerned about security if it's some sort of honeypot, do it from a throwaway VM). You never know - browsing to that machine in a web browser may ...


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You can not forward the same port to multiple IP simultaneously, I have not even seen a router/managed switch that will even let you do that without sending back a config error msg. You can set it up for multiple IPs but only one of the forwarding rules can be enable at a time. So you can disable one enable other and vice versa, but that is a waste You only ...


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Why are you typing it in more than once anyway? Just bookmark it. Trying to use a "short" name will just cause you and your IT admins grief, as you're already discovering. So please get your mind out of the 1980's and get used to fully qualified DNS names. As a general rule these days, you should never depend on using "short" names that only work in one ...


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I've seen this before... bad cable. So it could be that simple, have you tried using a brand new CAT-6 or CAT-5e cable? Could be a bad physical port on either end that is just not seating properly anymore. This could also be something esoteric like bad switch firmware that is causing a random link drop and subsequent spanning-tree CAM table ...


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Solved The issues was not related to local and remote IP addresses being the same (although I still think this is strange (?)). The issue was realted to this line in syslog: not replacing existing default route via 192.168.1.254 For the time being I added replacedefaultroute option


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I found the following solution to work much better than using netcat (nc) as in the other example. With netcat my connection was very slow and would repeatedly hang until I hit some keys. Also you don't need to have netcat installed. Add the following to your ~/.ssh/config: Host * ServerAliveCountMax 4 ServerAliveInterval 15 Host workstation ...


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From experience I can say that while both users should get an equal share of the bandwidth, in practice it is often the case that one user will saturate the connection and the other will potentially be starved. This is not always the case, and I have seen at times that the user that saturates the connection will seemingly switch randomly. I strongly ...


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I was unable to copy a large file from a network share to my local hard drive (or access it directly from the parent application) with the same error. It turned out to be an incorrect message. The real problem was that the network copy was timing out. I succeeded in copying this 4 gig file by using the Windows command-line utility ROBOCOPY, which has a ...


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I did things like this sometimes in the past. What confuses me: you are using your tools in VMware? So I assume 10.0.0.0/24 is your physical network and not a virtual one? You should also know that some tools may display something weird because of the extra network layer (the vmware virtual network). First thing you can do for analyzing: Ping the host and ...


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If possible, go into your Router or NAT's settings (try going into http://thenatorrouter/) and see if it can show any IP addresses. If not, then see if there are some configuration menus on the scanner. If you go into the network configuration, there may be some menus. Find something along the lines of "connection status" and it may list the IP address ...


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This will work if the scanner has static IP. Disconnect the scanner from HP 1910-48g and put in on a separated switch or hub. Connect a PC running Wireshark on other port of the switch / hub. Turn off the scanner, connect it to the switch /hub and turn it on. On Wireshark you will find ARP packets sent by the scanner. Clearly you will see the IP address of ...


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You are not alone in this. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-hardware/windows-7-64-bit-mouse-freezesstutters-multiple/0dbeaa4a-1341-41c4-932c-3fc2c524b135?page=1&tm=1433162678183 Here are a few things you can try. 1. Interference Believe it or not, the ethernet jack can interfere with the usb mouse receiver and reduce its ...


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The location of DNS servers is irrelevant to network speed. The DNS server informs your system about the IP address of the site you're looking for. After that the DNS is out of the way, the name - IP address correspondence is cached for a period of time and you are connected directly to the IP. If your ping is taking more than 200 ms, the problem lies ...


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I'm assuming the 20 clients are connected to a switch: Every switch mantains a table of every known MAC address on the table, and the table is in a format like this: Port Address 1 fa:23:65:XX:XX:XX:XX 2 87:4a:12:d2:xx:XX:xx Where Port is the physical port on the switch and Address is the MAC address ...


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I cannot provide a global solution to your problem, just a partial one. You can add this to the switch technique to widen your range of opportunities. If the user running the VM is connected to your LAN via wifi, then you can identify him/her by means of a traceroute. The reason is that you showed us that the VM has an IP on your LAN network, hence it is ...


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Here is the PowerShell function to achieve my goal : function Get-InternetProxy { <# .SYNOPSIS Determine the internet proxy address .DESCRIPTION This function allows you to determine the the internet proxy address used by your computer .EXAMPLE Get-InternetProxy ...


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TFTP uses UDP port 69 only when establishing a transfer, next the actual "data" transfer takes place on a randomly selected UDP port that also has to be "open" in your firewall (mechanism somehow similar to FTP transfers) You can read about the TFTP protocol here RFC 1350


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Remove the static IP info from the adapter if not needed. If it is needed, enter the info on the router using the MAC address of the machine, instead. The IP address needs to be assigned by the DHCP service so it can be integrated into DNS and other services on the router.


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Okay, got the answer and it is ridiculous..The firewall is on for public networks, tried to off it and it works


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Put your computer on the same network, say an IP of 192.168.2.20, 255.255.255.0 and try again. After access restore you IP/4 settings.


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My machine updated to the new build (10130) of Windows 10. After the update my NIC setting were restored.


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This is worded like an assignment. I'll skip the topology diagram and describe a typical split service (which can run on one server). You should have at least two servers for your Internet DNS, however only one will be the master. Programs like bind can provide split services, but some programs require two separate servers to be run. Your external ...


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Most modems have a hidden DHCP server built in. This can be seen on a hidden administrative webpage, if you know how to access it. Your router is getting its external IP through DHCP from the modem. Since these home modems have one device attached to them - the router - it stores the router's MAC. If you were to attach another device, which would have a ...


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Half closed connection is a process that is established when one end of the server and Client intend to terminate the connection . TCP is a connection oriented process thus each socket is opened for a particular application. In TCP there is no pressure for terminating the application. Thus connection oriented process prolongs the termination with wait ...


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The solution for me was to reset the router. There was no way for me to gain access to the router again after I disabled the router's DHCP server. Not via WLAN, cable, telepathy or all the known standard router IP addresses I have found on the web.


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for whoever is interested, I've found the solution myself. Firstly, I will give you a better overview of what I wanted to achieve. Problem So, I have a physical box connected to the office network. This physical box is running Hyper-V and has got 3 virtual switches. One External (EXT01, connected to the office network through one of the server's physical ...


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By 'other tutorials' I'm assuming you went for the 'drop mounted drives to Login Items' method. In Login Items - check the Hide box to stop it opening windows on mount.


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You have to run it with elevated/ admin privileges. (@jfalcon's alternative approach is no different in that respect - it fails when run as non-privileged user and does not even understandably tell you so. (I edited their answer to reflect this.))


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To answer my own question, and if anyone else comes across this. I ended up fixing this by removing dd-wrt and reloading the stock firmware on and my speeds went back up to about 280Mbps wired and about 200Mbps wireless. Just to note, it wasn't exactly the stock firmware that came with the router, but the latest version downloaded from the Netgear site. ...


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I believe it to be the selector for the name of the table. The * is used in place of the -t option for the command line variant of the command, with selects the table. For example, normally the table would be selected by specifying -t <tablename>, so in this case -t nat, to select the nat table: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth1 -j MASQUERADE ...


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You can use soft links to achieve this as Windows has supported them in NTFS for a long time. You can create them from the command line but personally I prefer to use LinkShellExtension which gives you the ability to create all the kinds of links Windows understands right from Windows Explorer. The main problem you are likely to get though is if/when the ...


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Here are the settings to consider in Chrome web browser: create new Profile (new Person in People) specially for development (so your settings can be separated from the other profiles), Disable Prefetch resources to load pages more quickly in Privacy settings and any other options which could potentially generate unneeded requests (such as prediction ...


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When the Internet is off, Chrome apparently uses the offline cache, which is why browsing is fast for these files (probably CSS etc.). An idea : If the Apache website is on localhost, start Chrome with a non-existent proxy server for all websites except for localhost, with parameters such as : --proxy-server="127.0.0.1:1234" --proxy-bypass-list:localhost ...


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Similar error fixed by opening good old dos window (search for "cmd"), and typing these 3 separate lines: ipconfig/release ipconfig/renew exit


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You cannot put your browser in work offline mode because your browser need an online access to the localhost url (which is served by your local apache server - but your browser does not know this). The external core files will be loaded by your browser, not by your apache server. You can try to block access to specific urls of these external core files from ...


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That sounds to me like some sort of internal shorting of the WiFi. The USB module may be interfering with the network card electrically. If this is so, it would be very hard to fix, since laptops are notorious for failing after several years. It may be cheaper to replace it. As far as software faults go, it could be a USB driver issue, causing faults in ...


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This is not One-to-One NAT. This setup only routes traffic to/from the specified internal IP to the designated port on the router. If you use the default port for http traffic it'll clobber your browsing. As you noticed, accessing "https://google.com" still works because https operates over port 443. Use 21000 or another unused port for your setup. Access ...


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If I understand your problem correctly, you have it all wrong. Fonts and scripts are not downloaded by apache. The web page is served once, and the locations of the fonts and scripts are specified in the response from the server. It is up to the browser to fetch the files specified in the response. Therefor blocking apache from accessing the internet is not ...



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