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answered Does my DLink DNS-323 need to reside on a “192.168.0.0/24” subnet?
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answered Sharing Wifi-internet access via bluetooth
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comment Is there a way to tell the difference between a direct connection and network connection
What do you mean by a "direct connection" to another PC?
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answered Multiple simultaneous network connection
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answered Spam Activity From my computer
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comment Vagrant VirtualBox - Can I be hacked?
+1 from me although security by obscurity is not the best approach.
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revised Working with VLANS
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comment Working with VLANS
@TheD Unfortunately - no, not with the router you are using now. I'll edit my first bullet to be more clear. The Netgear router (the DG834G) does not offer two LAN interfaces with the ability to be in two separate networks. I was trying to say you would need a router capable of doing that.
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comment Working with VLANS
@TheD: Thanks for the model number. I've been looking at its instruction manual, and it is not capable of Layer 3 routing/switching. In other words, in your current topology, it does not offer a solution for your routing needs. (For those who reading along: It is IGMP aware.)
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answered Working with VLANS
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comment How does ping(8) work?
@artistoex, About iptables, I think it's harder for people to envision "connection less" connections. It's just easier to use generically refer to a common term e.g. "bandwidth" vs "speed". etc.
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revised How does ping(8) work?
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comment How does ping(8) work?
@artistoex, You're right. I'll edit. I have UDP on the brain - doing something with it. :)
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answered How does ping(8) work?