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The thing is, last month there was a bug in the linux kernel connected to atheros devices. https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=208251 At this point, we're waiting for the patch. A temporary solution is downgrade the kernel or install kali linux with an older kernel.


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According to Jeff Woolsey on windowsserver.uservoice.com, 802.1x support has been added: In Windows Server 2019 & Windows 10 version 1809 & later we added support for 802.1x through the Hyper-V vSwitch. While many customers use IPSEC for transparent E2E network encryption, some still use 802.1×. To enable 802.1x, run the following from an elevated ...


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I think you are right - the IPv6 firewalling/port forwarding options look really half-baked compared with some other routers (Fritz!Box for instance) I think it has all to be set up manually line by line for each target computer.


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This works well. The command to change MTU is: Open the command Prompt window and follow the steps below to change the MTU size: Type “netsh interface ipv4 show subinterface”. Press Enter. You will see a list of network interfaces. Type “netsh interface ipv4 set subinterface "Local Area Connection" mtu=1472 store=persistent”. You should replace ...


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All you have to do is to add -4 at the end of the ping command. For example, see the below command. ping raspberrypi.local -4 See the result of a command with -4 See the result of a command without -4


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What I sometimes found was that the OS was making some large downloads from the vendor's sites and this simply blocked other traffic due to bandwidth limitations. To diagnose you could try to monitor connections on your router - given that it has that function. This way you could see that some traffic is actually happening and which. And to stop it (at least ...


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Static routing support both classful and classless addresses. Usually when we use classless addresses, It is also subnetted. Some dynamic routing protocol not supported subnetting and classless address like RIPv1. So, there is no issue with static routing from subnetting.


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There seems to be a new issue when trying to log into a Samba Share while also using Microsoft Account to log into Window. The issue behaves the same "Incorrect Password" and therefore I confused it with this issue for hours. The solution is to use the Microsoft Account Credentials when trying to log into the Samba share (I know, this still does ...


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10gb lan call it intrAnet. I.e. xyz.local 10.1.1.0/24 1gb call it inteRnet 172.16.1.xcx/24 Set all 10 GB on intranet ((10.1.1.0/24) without any gateway up address DNS 1. ROUTER_IP (on clients host only) Server DNS DNS 1= 127.0.0.1 ( on server) DNS2 = 9.9.9.9 On inter lan Client/server on 2nd interface use IP space for 1gb lan I.e 172.16.1.0/24 Default ...


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There are a couple of ways you can do this. I just googled your Arris device, and there are several hits on "modem mode" for it. This is the first approach I'd recommend, as you can continue to use all your existing WIFI and router settings. You will need to download the Arris user manual if you don't already have it. OPTION 1: use modem mode ...


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I used the link that @kicken mentioned in their comment and that sorted out the problem. I think both that answer and @user1686's answer helped solve the problem.


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Maybe you can reset your TCP/IP status. Open elevated Command prompt and run netsh winsock reset && netsh int ip reset && ipconfig /release && ipconfig /renew. This chain will first reset your Winsock, then TCP/IP stack, then renew DHCP lease. If problem still persists, check if your browser is allowed to access the internet (maybe be ...


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The situation you have described is called a Double-NAT scenario. Sometimes this is intractable (for instance when your ISP/Carrier implements NAT upstream, and assigns you a private IP that does not map directly onto a public one), but since you have admin on all the routers between you and your pubic gateway, you should be able to make this work. In ...


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hi there the way ive just seen is to do an internal back up im moving tbs and it seems to work very fast at the moment to do this i did the following 1, log in as admin user (on the dashboard) 2, go to backups 3, click on internal backup 4, click Create Job 5, follow the screen and just sit back and wait mine has moved 20+ gb in 5 m i did this on the my ...


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I think you actually have the exact opposite problem. Usually FTP happens to work only because the router tampers with such things as PASV responses, substituting its own public IP address in place of your server's private address, or adding temporary port-forwarding rules for the data connection about to be established. When you use FTPS and the control ...


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Without using raw sockets, is there a way on Linux to force a network packet to be physically sent to a gateway first, even if the destination address is one bound to a local interface? Create a separate network namespace: ip netns add foo Create a virtual Ethernet interface on top of the physical one, then move it into the netns: ip link add eno1.foo link ...


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-R 8080:localhost:80 is usually not enough. See man 1 ssh [emphasis mine]: -R [bind_address:]port:host:hostport […] Specifies that connections to the given TCP port or Unix socket on the remote (server) host are to be forwarded to the local side. […] By default, TCP listening sockets on the server will be bound to the loopback interface only. This may be ...


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To prevent people from accessing it, grant read/write or even full control permissions only to your account and delete all other accounts from the ACL. To prevent people from seeing it, you can make it a hidden share by adding $ at the end of the name of the share. Windows will "respect" that and not showing that this share exists, but Linux doesn'...


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You cannot define it company wide, but per device. Use the interface range configuration to apply the configuration to all relevant ports of one device: interface range Gi 0/1-20 Then set a maximum number of allowed MAC addresses: switchport port-security maximum 3 Define the two MAC addresses of your help desk as static: switchport port-security mac-...


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Question: No bridging or routing will occur by default. You have to actively enable it. Question: No. Easiest configuration: Use a different subnet for the 10 GbE link. /30 will be enough. Some devices even work on a /31 subnet. Use a subnet with addresses that do not have to be accessible through your 1 GbE connection. With different subnets, no packets ...


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What is the correct way to configure the PC and Server, so that the loop doesn't cause networking issues? Meaning, traffic to/from other devices can only go via the switch as normal and neither device is seen as a bridge or route to the other? Just connect the two using a cable and configure both ports to have IP addresses. This link should use a completely ...


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On vSphere it has been noted that, if a template contain the machine-id then any VMs cloned from the template get same ip as DHCP use the machine-id not the MAC address. Solution is to remove the machine-id from the file /etc/machine-id in the template so new machine-id generated during the cloning. echo -n > /etc/machine-id


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I eventually solved this by jumping to a separate chain for LAN-only rules, so that the input chain has only one log line. I am not sure why just adding policy drop to the input chain as suggested by @0xC0000022L was not sufficient. #!/usr/sbin/nft --file flush ruleset table inet filter { chain input { type filter hook input priority 0 policy ...


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You can use the Get-NetConnectionProfile powershell command to view the list of active network connections, including which network category (and thus which firewall profile) they are a part of. In my case, it showed 3 connections due to my Ethernet connection and 2 separate VPN connections:


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Set the virtual switch to "External network" mode and choose the physical Ethernet interface to attach it to. This is already enough to directly bridge the VMs to the physical network. Then make sure to enable the option "Allow management OS to share this network adapter". This will create a virtual interface connecting the host OS to ...


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The timing option is covered by the online documentation: Timing Templates (-T). This should give you an idea. But I think you should better redefine your purpose. By default nmap scans the 1000 most popular ports in TCP. That is still a "lot" of packets to be sent. Probably more than you need. If all you want is to detect live hosts on a network ...


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The most reliable way to get wake-on-LAN working on a Hyper-V host is to install on the host a network adapter that supports WoL and do not assign it to a virtual switch. For many scenarios, this means you'll need two network adapters. Set up one adapter that can handle WoL and will never be used by Hyper-V. You can then assign the other adapter to a virtual ...


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If the computer's using a server-grade hardware, you could connect to it using BMC or IPMI (assuming it's configured) and enter the password. These features are provided by hardware itself, so they're available before the OS boots. Intel AMT is a similar feature more widely available in consumer hardware. It's available in some of Intel's vPro-capable CPUs. ...


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What you are asking for is entirely possible and detailed in the article Testing your nbn internet using a direct connection, with a very good chance that it applies here: Step 1: Connect your computer directly to your nbn connection device Take an RJ-45 Ethernet cable and plug one end into the active port on your nbn connection device. Plug the other end ...


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To be able to access a MacOS share from Windows, a samba share has to be set. Verify if the samba share is still configured (you said it worked before) by following the Apple Documentation. And then follow this Apple Support Article in order to connect to the share.


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From the information given, its hard to say with any certainty. However, since it does work after the steps you provided above, it is not likely a hardware issue. I would download the latest version of the driver for the network adapter and any applicable firmware updates. You can get these from your computer or motherboard manufacturer's website. ...


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What one needs to keep in mind is that the NBN strictly provides a layer 2 connection that ends at (for FTTC) the NCD. Anything beyond that, including any router, is supplied or required at your RSP's discretion. There is nothing on the NBN's network that stops you from simply plugging a computer directly into the NBN-supplied network termination device. ...


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Is it possible to wire it this way (without a router) and then use PPPoE in software over an ordinary Gigabit LAN adapter? Technically, there is no reason you can't just connect a PC to the VDSL modem and establish a PPPoE connection directly. Once configured correctly, your computer will receive an IP from the ISP on a virtual PPPoE-specific interface (...


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If your C drive is shared, then someone has shared it and depending on the share permissions they set, they or anyone accessing your network may be able to read, modify or delete any of your files on the C drive. You can look at the sharing permissions if you drill further into that dialog. This may tell you more about who set it up, so you may wish to do ...


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Your problem begins and ends with port numbers. Without publishing a chapter here, your best bet is to research the subject on google. Simply, you are halfway there accessing your modem, likely on port 80. You are going to have to configure things in such a way that when someone accesses your web server it is on port 80, and your hardware interface be ...


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From Microsoft's article DNS Client service health: Summary The DNS Client service resolves and caches Domain Name System (DNS) names. If this service is stopped, a virtual machine will not be able to resolve DNS names and locate Active Directory domain controllers. Conclusion: The DNS Client service does it all, resolving and caching.


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Do not symlink /media/data to /var/www/server but use bindfs instead: # Install bindfs sudo apt install bindfs # Stop apache sudo systemctl stop apache2 # Remove symlink sudo rm /var/www/server # Create dir sudo mkdir /var/www/server # Bind mount sudo bindfs -u www-data -g www-data /media/data /var/www/server # Start apache sudo systemctl start apache2 ...


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There are several ways to make a VPN based on IPSec – it took a while for this way of using IPSec to become standardized. Windows 10 has a built-in IKEv2 EAP (new standard) client and an IKEv1 PSK + L2TP (Microsoft style) client, but it does not have an IKEv1 Xauth (Cisco-style) client for the method that FritzBox uses. It might be possible to configure ...


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I'm told that to raise that limit on a Mac you need to run this in Terminal: sudo serveradmin settings smb:MaxClients=-1 (The -1 meaning "unlimited".) I can't vouch for that information. I never had reason to try it myself. On your Mac (really old OS) the limit is 10 connections (Same as Windows prior to Win8). Newer Mac's and Windows systems use ...


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Can't really call this an 'answer' as the bug has not been resolved and prevents one from an 'unmanaged' experience. I just installed Pi-Hole and rolled the DNS, DHCP servers into one. The network issue however took an interesting turn during my trials and errors yesterday. I noticed that when the code for static IP was enforced in the interfaces file, there ...


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yo dude open cmd.exe as an admin and type this netsh wlan set autoconfig enabled=yes interface="Wireless Network Connection" or "Wi-Fi"


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Just save this code in to a bash script (changeMac.sh) and try running it with elevated permissions (sudo bash changeMac.sh) when you wanna change the mac address. service NetworkManager stop ifconfig wlan0 down macchanger -r wlan0 ifconfig wlan0 up service NetworkManager start


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The driver rtl8192Ce.sys is pointing to a bad virtual address (uninitialized garbage or freed memory) which is causing the crash. I'd recommend the following: Uninstall NDIS Driver from Realtek Semiconductor Corporation (you have old one installed on Thu Sep 9, 2010). Install latest one (year 2013) from here: Realtek NDIS Driver. I would also update BIOS, ...


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You are confusing two different kinds of raw sockets. With socket(AF_INET, SOCK_RAW) you are working at IP layer and you always send/receive IPv4 packets with custom payload. The "protocol" sets the protocol field of the IPv4 header (e.g. 3 for "GGP" or 6 for "UDP"). With socket(AF_PACKET, SOCK_RAW/DGRAM) you are working at ...


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I had this issue too I tried everything related to disabling adapters, messing around with Virtual Network Editor, etc. But non worked. My setup: VMWare Workstation 15 Pro Host: Windows 10 Enterprise, version 1909 Guest: Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter SOLUTION: I noticed that the result of ipconfig command on guest shows weird IP and netmask. So I tried to ...


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RESOLVED - finally found the solution. For anyone else with this issue disabling the following settings should work: Go to Device Manager, network adapters, and find the ethernet one. right-click for properties - advanced ...power management Disable Energy-efficient ethernet (and or green energy) and Wake on magic packet. https://www.dell.com/community/...


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Have you connected the secondary router via one of its LAN ports, or its WAN port? It won't work right if it's through the WAN port - if you do that it will try to route traffic in a way that will cause limited connectivity. Plug the router into one of the LAN ports and it should work. Also, make sure your DHCP server's default gateway is set to the primary ...


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After already investing hours into this, I decided to use a Wifi USB adapter. There are tons on the market, but the one I'm using specifically is the Edimax N150 Wi-Fi Nano USB Adapter EW-7811Un, which costs $10. It uses the rtl8192cu module, which is opensource and already loaded in the kernel. I know this may not directly answer the question, but it solves ...


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Changing the OpenVPN server’s firewall is trivial. Instead of just using iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE or iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j SNAT --to <IP ADDRESS>, you’d add another filter: Not destined for the local network, so something like ! -d 192.168.123.0/24: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0....


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The IEEE guarantees that MAC addresses are globally unique. The first half of a MAC address is an "Organizationally Unique Identifier" (OUI) that is assigned to only one vendor, and each vendor is required to make sure they never reuse the second half of the MAC address. When a vendor ships more than 2^24 (~16.8 million) Ethernet-like interfaces, ...


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