2
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1answer
54 views

Network Interface binding order on Windows 8.1

When I query the local interfaces on windows 8 in the command line, I could see the results listed below: C:\> netsh interface show interface Admin State State Type ...
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2answers
765 views

linux command to prevent dos attack by using netstat and iptables

I want to DROP more than 200 requests per ip to prevent ddos attack. this is command that i used to detect requests count per ip : netstat -alpn | grep :80 | awk '{print $5}' |awk -F: '{print ...
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2answers
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What's the best method to list all active NICs and IP addresses in a vSphere cluster?

I have ESXi 5.1 with many hosts in a cluster. I would like to generate a list of active NICs and thier IP addresses. Whats the easiest tool to generate such a list? *I am not looking for the Virtual ...
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1answer
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Drive not showing in File Explorer after “net use” command

I am running Windows 8 64bit and running Hyper-V VM's. On my host machine I want to map a drive to the VM using the following command. net use * \\10.10.18.104\c$ Drive Y: is now connected to ...
2
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1answer
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How to retrieve the current Windows NLA network location from command-line?

We have a Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller which always sets its NLA location to 'Network 3' after a reboot. Without fail, this defaults to Public, which screws with my Domain profile ...
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1answer
196 views

Command line: View network duration [closed]

I can see network duration in lan status snippet. How can I see it in command line?
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2answers
444 views

Equivalent of Cisco's logging synchronous CLI command on Dell PowerConnect switch

When using the CLI of cisco devices, there is the "logging syncronous" command that keeps the log messages from interrupting the command prompt. Do Dell PowerConnect switches have a similar command ...
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4answers
607 views

Windows XP batch file to block all incoming and outgoing traffic

Is it possible to block all incoming and outgoing traffic on a Windows XP host via batch file? Bonus question, I only want to allow 1 outgoing port and all traffic going over that port.
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1answer
2k views

Send message to another Computer through Network via CmdLine

I would like to send from a server ( Windows 2008 R2) a pop up message to another Computer in the Network (Windows 7). I already enable AllowRemoteRPC in the registry of my Windows 7 system. This cmd ...
0
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3answers
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how to get default gateway of certain adapter in windows bat?

Please see below ipconfig output in windows. C:>ipconfig Windows IP Configuration Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 11: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Link-local IPv6 Address . ...
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2answers
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What is the command to flash a NIC link light?

I remember using a command line tool to flash a NIC's link light to identify it. I can't remember for the life of me what it was.
0
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1answer
48 views

Can you disable network interfaces from the command line in Windows Server 2003?

Was wondering if it was possible to disable network interfaces from the command line in Windows Server 2003? If so, how? Thanks!
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2answers
144 views

How to see what drive letters are mapped for network drive?

Is there a way to see what drive letters are in use for network drives?
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1answer
889 views

Log all incoming and outgoing requests using nc command

I have a web server listening at 8080, I want to use the nc command to listen at port 80, so all incoming request and outgoing response are logged into two files, namely inflow and outflow. I have ...
1
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3answers
163 views

Windows CLI: Built-In Utility to list open Ports in XP / Vista / 7

I need a utility built into several versions of Windows (XP to Win7 specifically) that can tell me if a particular port is in use. I've found a few different ways for each OS, but I'm looking for a ...
1
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1answer
235 views

mac OS X version 10.6.5 network connection troubleshooting/solution?

Im connected to a small office network where where everything works fine. however once in a while or on a random occasion usually after the computer has been left on or on sleep all night there are ...
2
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1answer
370 views

hping command line assistance

hping has such horrible documentation and seemingly many different types of syntaxes. I would like to know what the hping command would be to send a TCP packet with a source IP of 192.168.0.2, a ...
3
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2answers
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How to resolve NIC service IDs (GUIDs)?

Is there a way to resolve NIC service IDs (the GUID assigned to each hardware NIC) from the command line?
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6answers
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Force local IP traffic to an external interface

I have a machine with several interfaces that I can configure as I want, for instance: eth1: 192.168.1.1 eth2: 192.168.2.2 I would like to forward all the traffic sent to one of these local ...
1
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2answers
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Need to remotely determine what version of Microsoft Office is installed

I need to find a way to determine what version, if any, of Microsoft Office is installed on every computer on our company network. The best idea I've had was just running a script that searches for ...
0
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2answers
576 views

Command line tool to analyse disk space based on file types

Basically, I'm looking for something like Windirstat that works well on the command line and is easy to distribute over a network. I've tried sysinternals du (can't exclude/include file types), ...
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6answers
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What command line tools for monitoring host network activity on linux do you use?

What command line tools are good for reliably monitoring network activity? I have used ifconfig, but an office colleague said that its statistics are not always reliable. Is that true? I have ...
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5answers
1k views

Resolve host name from IP address

I'm looking for a command line tool which gets an IP address and returns the host name, for Windows.
5
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4answers
2k views

Linux Command line tool to work with netmasks / CIDR notation

I'm terrible at working out network subnets in my head. Is there some command line tool for linux (ubuntu packages a plus), that lets me put in 255.255.255.224 and it'll tell me that is a /27?
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10answers
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What *nix based command can I use to find my external IP?

Similar to a http://whatismyip.com lookup. It would obviously need to query a computer out there. Just wondering if anyone had a clever way to do it?
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4answers
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Can I start networking using XP's “Safe Mode with Command Prompt”? [closed]

In XP, is it possible to start up networking (similar to Safe Mode with Networking) while logged in via the "Safe Mode with Command Prompt" option? I tried net start "network connections" but this ...
4
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2answers
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How to enumerate network computers from command line?

I am on Windows XP and would like to enumerate the computers that exist on my network from a command line. I would like to enumerate them such that I can use the host names in another command, pslist ...
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10answers
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Is there an easy command line tool for packet sniffing a single command on linux?

I'd love if there was a single command line tool for packet sniffing a single command in Linux. something like sniff dumpfile command so that you could just run the command you want to packet sniff in ...
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2answers
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When using traceroute -A, where does the ASN come from?

I haven't cracked open the source code yet, but I was curious which whois service the traceroute program uses to look up ASNs for a given IP.