Reputation
249
Top tag
Next privilege 250 Rep.
View close votes
Badges
3 12
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~11k people reached

Dec
14
suggested approved edit on Will a router's bandwidth override what the ISP says you have?
Dec
11
awarded  Scholar
Dec
11
accepted How is ICMP unique?
Dec
11
awarded  Student
Nov
30
revised Can't disable hardware acceleration in Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.251 on Ubuntu
retag and better title
Nov
30
suggested approved edit on Can't disable hardware acceleration in Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.251 on Ubuntu
Nov
26
revised Static IP won't stay assigned
edited tags & formatting
Nov
26
suggested approved edit on Static IP won't stay assigned
Nov
26
revised Setting up static IP for all my connected devices on my network
edited tags
Nov
26
revised Port forwarding: If the IP is static, what happens to computers set up for dynamic IP adresses?
edited tags
Nov
26
revised Default IP for a wireless network
edited tags
Nov
26
suggested approved edit on Setting up static IP for all my connected devices on my network
Nov
26
suggested approved edit on Default IP for a wireless network
Nov
26
suggested rejected edit on Static IP won't stay assigned
Nov
26
suggested approved edit on Port forwarding: If the IP is static, what happens to computers set up for dynamic IP adresses?
Nov
22
comment How is ICMP unique?
@MikeLarsen But according to Wikipedia ICMP is an Internet-layer protocol and not a Transport-layer protocol.
Nov
22
comment How is ICMP unique?
Thank you for the explanation; one thing though - how is ICMP just like TCP and UDP (runs above IP) yet it's on the same layer as IP (moreover, it's called a sub-protocol of the IP protocol)? Are there other cases like this?
Nov
22
comment How is ICMP unique?
@Claudius I get it now, thank you! What's about the Wireshark lab question? what's the logic behind it?
Nov
22
comment How is ICMP unique?
@Hennes But it runs in the Internet Layer which is under the Transport Layer, so how is it parallel to TCP and UDP?
Nov
22
asked How is ICMP unique?