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The website is identifying you by other means than just the IP address. It may be as simple as a cookie that identifies you, but can be very many other methods. In general the term you search is called Device fingerprint. Cookies are very easy to delete and IP addresses are also easy to change using a VPN or proxy. The website could be using any of the ...


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After lot of searching, if you want to print over network or local. Make sure the printer is shared. Print: a. to network: For example: COPY out.ps "\\192.168.11.12\\HP LaserJet" b. to local printer: COPY out.ps "\\localhost\\CutePDF Writer"


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100.64.0.0/10 is shared address space. This means your ISP is doing CGNAT. That IP address you see on your router is internal to your ISP and is not being propagated out onto the general internet. Your ISP is mapping 100.87.***.1** onto 223.***.**.15. It also means you cannot use port forwarding, as that has to be done at your ISP edge boundary initially. ...


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This is a bit complicated but here's the final product nmap -sn 192.168.1.* | gawk 'match($0, /Nmap scan report for (.*) \((([0-9]{1,3}\.?){4})\)/, a) {print a[2]}' Here's how it all works The nmap command nmap -sn -192.168.1.* The asterisk works like you expect a wild card should. The output from that command will look something like this Starting Nmap 7....


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Replace "192.168.0.1" by "192.168.0.2" and vice versa in your "Computer 2" setup.


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You could use in the Command Prompt (CMD) the msg command like this to send a message to all users logged on to the computer named someone: msg * /server:someone Hi everybody If you have several computers to message regularly, you could create a .bat file for all of them, like: msg * /server:someone1 %* msg * /server:someone2 %* And it can be called by: ...


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So, I'm on Workstation 15, and as Rajat said: In the terminal use command: sudo apt-get install openssh-server Make sure it is NAT in network adapter settings of VM reboot the VM Run "ifconfig" command in terminal & get "inet addr" of "your_adapter" Open firewall port: firewall-cmd --zone=public --permanent --add-service=...


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The other answer is not anymore working because the IP address of icanhazip.com has changed. Better to use this, obviously changing gateway and interface to your own: sudo ip route add `dig +short icanhazip.com|tail -1`/32 via 192.168.1.254 dev enp3s0 curl icanhazip.com


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You should definitely turn off DHCP on router A as this can complicate things, and you should probably assign a static IP address to "router" b if you are going to be using the web UI of the access point at all, otherwise you will have to check what address it has been assigned every time from the main router. As for the delay, it could be a number ...


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