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How to prevent Windows 10 IP address conflict for 0.0.0.0?

There is a possible explanation in the post Weird IP address conflicts: From my understanding, Windows and Cisco both send our ARP requests with a source of 0.0.0.0, and if they happen at the same ...
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Make VMware assign a static IP address to your machine

Any machine you make (I make all my VMs as that is easier and better), the VM Network is never static by default (all the way back to VMware Workstation V1). If you downloaded a VM, the instructions ...
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Is it possible to use private IP to access Internet?

Inside one of their web, there's a line that reveals what IP address that I'm using to access that website. Then I realized that the IP address I'm using is 10...* --which is obviously a private IP ...
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Is it possible to use private IP to access Internet?

“I just used my university’s WiFi and visited some websites that they allow.” Most likely you were able to access protected websites within the university LAN that are only accessible if connected to ...
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Why a host with interfaces for networks A and B reply pings to interface A coming from a host at B?

Interface ip_forward and forwarding settings only care about sending packets out. Since your ping doesn't need to leave the host to generate a reply, it succeeds. The default for linux is to have all ...
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Why a host with interfaces for networks A and B reply pings to interface A coming from a host at B?

Is this the expected behavior? By default, yes. Linux implements the "weak host model" - this means that packets arriving for the local system are accepted, regardless of the interface they ...
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Hiding public IP address while using free DynDns?

It is possible use a virtual Server in the cloud as a network Gateway In to your network using (VPN or perhaps a proxy). And then only allow inbound traffic in your your "private" network ...
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How to find all subnets in network?

This code can help you find subnets for /l %a in (1,1,254) do @ping -n 1 -l 1 -w 2 192.168.%a.1 | findstr /c:"100% loss" >nul || (if errorlevel 1 echo Host 192.168.%a.1 is Up.) The other ...
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Communicating with devices on a different subnet

I know this is an old one but you could also try setting your subnet mask on your PC to 255.255.0.0 (or /16 CIDR) as it should (I say should because RFCs are not always followed by all manufacturers) ...
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