serverfault community. What I would like: to determine the current IP of a host (a networked camera to be specific) What I have: its MAC, its previously documented hostname and IP What I have ...
I can't find answer about how linux processes incoming packets from different VLANs, that do not belong to a subnet assigned to a VLAN. Imagine this situation. On Linux machine with the following ...
context There are 2 servers: server1 - eth0 10.129.76.16 eth0.2 192.168.0.103 server2 - eth0 10.129.79.1 eth0.2 192.168.62.101 The 192.x.x.x addresses are connected to the ...
I have the following devices on vlan93 on my network: pfsense (192.168.93.1) core-sw1 (192.168.93.2) edge-sw1 (192.168.93.3) pf-switch (192.168.93.100) devices (192.168.93.120) Physical ...
I'm looking at implementing a systems using a number of tagged and a native vlan connected to a server over a a/p bonded interface. The untagged vlan is for physical machine access, the tagged vlans ...
I am evaluating subneting our network with a Layer 2 switch and VLAN. From what I know, VLAN only works on broadcast domain, and if I know the MAC address of a remote computer on the same switch, I ...