The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet protocol suite (often called TCP/IP, although not all protocols use TCP) to serve billions of users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, academic, ...

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Wireless internet connection via two enternet ports? [on hold]

I've tried searching for this via google, and here, but I'm proably not using the right terms for it. Anyway, a friend of mine recently got a 'new' (New to him) computer to replace his old laptop. He ...
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CentOS machine, not connecting to Internet only connecting to Intranet [on hold]

Recently i made some changes to my centos Machine so that now it is unable to connect Internet, but only connecting to my internel network. Here are my config files of my Centos machine ...
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Squid proxy log shows warings

I am seeing these errors in my squid logs and I wonder if it is that my configuration is incorrect. Apr 14 06:11:53 proxy squid[3901]: WARNING: Unsupported or unconfigured/inactive proxy-auth scheme, ...
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How can I acces my raspberry pi server from outside my network? [migrated]

I've got a Raspberry Pi set up as a server. I can acces it with 192.168.1.2, because i'm in the same network. Now I would like to be able to acces my Pi from outside my network (eg school). I want to ...
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Web server with access to internet and internet Active Directory [on hold]

This might sound like a stupid and unsecure question, but we're front-end web delopers and don't know that much about these things. So here goes.. We're creating a web app where we want to log in ...
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Pix internet configuration using subnet public IP

I have routable address 172.30.19.78 and 172.30.19.77 (the internet provider IP) NB: i am connected to the provider via switch cisco ME.. In the other hand i had public subnet 41.x.x.216/30 I had ...
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Deploying Ruby Applications In Air Gap (No Internet Access) Network

The current network setup at my job has made it difficult to deploy Ruby web applications. We are running our production RHEL servers in an air gap network with no access to the public internet. My ...
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Node.js forwarding from local network to public Internet

I have a Server running node.js in my network that is not reachable via the internet (i.e., no static IP / domain). However, I have a vServer with a domain that is running node.js as well. Can I ...
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slow internet until I do netsh i i r r [migrated]

I'm having a weird slow internet issue from time to time. I'm not sure if it's the problem with my wireless router or ISP or what's going on. Here's the symptoms: From time to time, my internet ...
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Connection is not persistent when using EVDO data card

I use a BSNL EVDO wireless data card. So, with this I cannot get my connection persistent i.e I cannot load Facebook, Gmail or Google search properly. If I enter a word and hit enter in Google search ...
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Connecting internet uplink to switch or firewall

While I am using Cisco kit, this isn't really Cisco related, more general network design. In the past I have connected internet connections straight in to a layer 3 core switch, 3750X's, 6509's and ...
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Router connect same 2 ports? [closed]

What it will happen if 'accidentally' i will connect 2 ports with the same utp cable? I'm asking here since i don't find anyware such a stupid and silly question but i'm curios about it, the router ...
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Debian on VM has web access but can't be pinged

I have just installed Debian on a Virtual Machine. I have internet access on the VM and installed SSH. I then did a ifconfig and discovered that the IP address is 10.0.2.15 which is strange as the ...
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centos unable to access the internet

Problem Cannot access the internet. CentOS guest isn't receiving incoming traffic. Private network is fully accessible. Scratching my head here... I don't have this problem on ...
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Can I capture ISP SNMP information with Wireshark?

I am trying to do some heavy digging into SNMP, BPI+, ISP networks. Since wireshark can be used to capture network data, would I be able to use it to remotely capture my ISP SNMP agent information and ...
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Should internet access be disabled on production servers? [closed]

We have Weblogic server and Database server on our production environment. Should we disable internet access on these servers to protect them from hacking ?
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Where do local ISPs' core networks connect to? [closed]

Where do local ISPs' core networks connect to? Do they connect to the Internet Backbone owned by AT&T and Sprint (among others) or do they connect to an IXP (Internet eXchange Point)?
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How did we manage to block connections to our VPS?

For the last week we've been struggling to get connected from inside our network to a VPS where we host some files for users of our product. It's up for everyone else, down for us and not blocked by ...
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Networking ARP table in windows cmd

I am reading the book practical packet analysis and I have just learned the fundamentals of the ARP protocol. They also added something about the arp -a cmd command. I'm curious about some of the ...
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Network Latency and Timing as shown by Chrome

I'm trying to understand why a static image being served by IIS is taking ~ 182 ms to load. Using chrome I captured the following timing information. When I request the same image by opening ...
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Microwave Link Latency

An internet provider installed us a microwave link: The issue is that: The ping from our side to the gateway is about 1-2 ms, which is great, but it remains like this for only 12 hours, then it ...
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PPTP VPN - No internet access though the VPN

I am very new to the world of windows server I'm renting a VM in the USA for my web hosting(DC, DNS and Web host role) and I decided that I would install a VPN on it so I could re-route me ...
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client's not receveing internet with dhcp. does if i use static

i reloaded my ad, dhcp, dns server 3 day's ago. server 2008 enterprise. and we are having a problem. only the server issue's the ip. all files share's, ad, etc works. can ping and remote desktop ...
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What are the recommended internet security measures to take? [closed]

I have built a speical-purpose server, the only purpose of this server is to download some data from a remote(internet) data feeder and do some data processing in the server as well. The only ...
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New IP addressing from ISP

We just got a new Internet fiber service. Our ISP gave us a /30 for WAN and /29 for LAN? I have never seen this when setting up a new ISP service. I was always given a block of ip addresses (if ...
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How to apply a SSL Certificate in a Blogger forwarded custom domain? [closed]

I have recently forwarded my blog to a custom domain and it carries the user personal info. So I want to use a HTTPS connection and created a Self Signed Certificate for the starting, but don't know ...
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“Automatically Detect Setting” vs “Use Automatic Config Script”

I would like to know, in Internet Explorer, the difference between "Automatically Detect Setting" and "Use Automatic Config Script". I think I know that "Automatically Detect Setting" makes the ...
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Protect a public-facing PostgreSQL server against abuse

I have a Postgres database containing public information that I'd like to expose to the internet, for anyone to use. What steps can I take to prevent: Excessively expensive queries that could hog ...
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Solution for Proxy tools like Hotspotshield etc [closed]

My state has a strict policy about porn. We blocked thousands of IPs (of Porn Sites) so that from within the state they can not be accessed. Which was working fine for like less than a month and then ...
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CentOS - Increasing Users Download & Upload Speeds

I have has some clients report that their download speed from my web and ftp servers max out at 4.5Mbps for them, to me thats awesome, but now i am wondering why it stop at 4.5. The services are ...
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Weird internet/network behaviour - certain sites not available

I've always had this problem where certain websites stop working in a browser. I can then just use another browser. Then at some point these sites would stop loading in all browsers. This could ...
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HP MSR 30-10a Router - Route Traffic over Default Route

We have a brand new HP MSR 30-10a Router. We have a fairly simple routing situation - we have two IP blocks, one which has a route out. We need things on the first block to go through the router, and ...
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Unable to access my website even after flushing DNS

I am having weird issues with my website, everyone except me is able to reach my website but whenever I try to login to my website I am getting a Server Not Found issue. The website has never had this ...
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Collecting Web traffic and monitoring reports [closed]

My company is a med home health company and I have been tasked with seeing what people are doing on the internet. There's been a lot of people complaining of people shopping, surfing internet, etc on ...
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Designing segmented LAN with fairly shared hi-speed internet access on a tight budget

With another member of the owners' association, I've been tasked with designing and setting up shared, hi-speed, internet access, for our apartment building. We have very little budget and hope to be ...
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Sharing an internet connection from a virtual Windows 2012 AD Server

I have a virtual HyperV network used by a number of virtual development and testing servers and an all-in-one Domain, DNS, DHCP server; I want to keep the many virtual servers separated from our main ...
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IP Routing with 2 Subnets

We currently have a Cisco ASA on a range with only two usable IP addresses. The Cisco has 217.67.255.31 and the BT NTE box (for the leased line) has 217.67.255.32. (on /32) Now we want to split this ...
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DNS Issue Windows Server 2012

Background: I have a windows server 2012 install with AD, DNS and DHCP. I also have a netopia router/modem providing my WAN access. My router/modem is configured with DHCP off and connected to a 24 ...
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How do routers manage multiple data streams? [closed]

Routers manage data connections between the internet and computers or connections between computers on a LAN. It makes sense that when, for example, a computer requests music from Pandora, that ...
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CentOS Network Interface Priorization

I have a CentOS server with 2 network interfaces with configurations: eth0: DEVICE=eth0 BOOTPROTO=none BROADCAST=10.0.0.255 HWADDR=xx: IPADDR=10.0.0.2 NETMASK=255.255.255.0 NETWORK=10.0.0.0 ...
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Freebsd change default Internet channel route

I have two Internet channel and Gateway on freebsd. When I switch channel with the command route change default chan2, the command netstat -nr shows changed default route. But traceroute shows that ...
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Internet usage on my network

I need internet usage of computers on my network. Can ISP provide me with a detailed internet usage of individual computers in my network?
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Understanding traceroute-result / the connections between ISP-networks

I was playing with traceroute and discovered that I have a gap in my knowledge on how the Internet works. So, in order to get a better feeling for what happens when I connect to a host, I think I ...
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How does a private intra network connect to the internet? [closed]

Yesterday I visited the offices of RailTel - a public company in India that provides communication backbone to the Indian Railways, they had a very sophisticated setup of Optical Fiber cables for data ...
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Unusal internet traffic drop off [closed]

I'm after advice on how to approach a problem I'm having on my e-commerce site. Occasionally, the site suffers a levelling off of users on the website, compared to our historic traffic this is ...
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Site-To-Site VPN Failover

Conceptually, how does this work/ would be configured in a Cisco environment, I realise this is quite an open question so please let me narrow it down. Let's say we have two sites: SiteA and SiteB, ...
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Controlling Internet Access

I have just setup a network running on windows server 2008 R2. the server serves as DC with AD services, DNS, DHCP roles installed. MY issue is this, due to the limited bandwidth size, we decided to ...
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RDP connection works but actual internet browsing not [closed]

basically I got Windows 7 dedicated server and Remote Desktop Connection to it works, while actually browsing internet doesn't (pinging, internet explorer). The details I've been given from host ...
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Prevent apache remote access [closed]

How can I disable remote access to an apache server so that the site is only accessible on my PC and not to anyone else on the internet. I want to access site via both 127.0.0.1 and my dynamic IP ...
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DNS Error server 2012 domain

We have a server running 2012 essentials as Domain controller and DNS and a few other bits. But over the last few days suddenly all the client computers on the network have lost Internet connection. ...