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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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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how to create a simple radio station [closed]

I've been digging around for ages but not getting very far so any links or tips would be massively appreciated. I want to create a central "radio station" in my home to stream one playlist to any ...
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Cisco configuration for public library internet

I'm a C/C++ computer programmer turned IT support guy working for a public library. My day is usually spent helping random grandparents learn how to use email, so my networking knowledge is limited ...
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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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I can't access some domains from one of my three internet providers. How to troubleshoot?

I have three internet providers at my office: Telepacific (3/3Mbps), SkyRiver (12/12Mbps), and Verizon FiOS (75/35Mbps). (The reasons for three connections are outside the scope of this issue.) I have ...
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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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New Fiber Installation Resulting in Slow Download Speeds [closed]

TWC 80Mbps Cisco ASA 5510 (MTU 1500) Download speeds on my Windows and Mac machines are ~200KB/sec. If I use a download manager that opens 20 concurrent connections I can hit the full 8MB/sec. I ...
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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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AT&T Business Class Internet Router Options [closed]

I have a situation where AT&T seems to be very uncooperative in their selection of modems (routers) for their business class DSL service. They essentially gave us only two options for modems ...
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Our wi-fi at work is ridiculously slow, will adding more range extenders improve it?

At work, we have two wireless networks (e.g., Work1 Work2); the Work2 is used downstairs and Work1 is used upstairs. However, both are notoriously slow. The connection is better when we are wired in, ...
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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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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. ...
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Best practices on lowering latency between two endpoints [duplicate]

I would like to know what tools or what kind of calculation should be made in order to find the lower latency possible between two points physically distant. For example: Ping time from Europe to ...
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Using Network Interface With Multiple IP Addresses

If I have a network interface with multiple IP addresses bound to it can I set which IP address on the interface my server uses? It sees to be set to use the first IP address I added to it. Info: ...
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is it possible to findout who creates a hotspot in a LAN?

In my LAN there are some Mac users who share their LAN connection by creating a hotspot via their Airport. I can see the newly created WiFi networks on any WiFi capable device. How can I find out who ...
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Slow internet connection - what to do? [closed]

These are the network specifications: 6 desktops, all with Windows XP Professional SP2 3 of these desktops have wireless cards 3 of them are connected through Ethernet cable to router Router: ...
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Using a GNU/Linux VM through SSH on the internet, is it safe? [closed]

Is it safe using SSH to connect to a Linux VM? (Hosted by http://linuxzoo.net/) By using PuTTY to SSH in, am I exposing my machine to the internet/host by doing this? What security concerns should I ...
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windows server 2008 cannot connect to internet [closed]

I am working in project to create local area network for school I created domain school.com and connected the clients with it and assign IP the problem is windows server 2008 cannot connect to ...
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Irregular internet disruption: certain images and JS not loading

first time on ServerFault, and I've got a nice little conundrum. Since a few months now, we've been having issues with our internet connectivity. Environment: Servers: 2 Terminal Servers as an ...
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How do I choose my static IP addresses [closed]

I'm trying to set up a basic server that can be accessed on the WWW via a domain name. Using Ubuntu 12LTS Server and am stuck on Step 7 of this tutorial: ...
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Can't ping or reach external IP or domain on CentOS 6.3?

I have installed fresh CentOS 6.3 on my machine. Internet is not working at all. How ever I can ping my router and other computers connected on LAN. I've googled and searched various forums but all in ...
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Gigabit switches

We currently in our office have a 20 Mbps fiber optic internet connection with Time Warner. We decided to upgrade our connection to 100Mbps. When the technicians came out, they upgraded the circuit ...
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Microwave Internet vs optical fiber [closed]

Our ISP if offering us Internet via a direct optical Fiber link or a licensed frequency microwave link. assuming there is not obstacle and same distance, which link is more reliable (up-time %) and ...
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MikroTik RouterOS 5.18 Does not connect to internet after restart

I am setting up a RouterOS on an x86 machine. The router is configure and is connected to internet via PPPoE internet connection. I am distributing it to 5 PCs and a Router via RouterOS PC. The setup ...
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Creating my own dial-up internet service

Our company has invested immensely on "machine-to-machine" modems, equipped in embedded machinery over the last decade. These work with old-school internet dial-up service. These machines need to ...
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Modelling University student Internet usage

I am working on a project for a university housing client where I need to model the usage patterns of students living on campus. There are obviously many variables at play here, I am keen to ...
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Multiple broadband providers for internal web servers

Maybe I am using the wrong search terms, but I am having problems finding the answer to my question. We have internal servers hosting our web site. We would like to bring in an alternate provider so ...
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How to distribute the leased-line internet connection between 15 systems? [closed]

We have a 2 MBPS dedicated leased line with 8 static Ip's, and we want to use it on 15 systems with one server. Service Provider offered the 1:1 Speed with 98.5% uptime. I would like to know the ...
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What happens when an unexpected packet arrives at a computer? [closed]

I have been wondering this for a few days. I basically understand how networks and packets work. But what happens when an unexpected packet arrives? Like, when I didn't send a request for a website's ...
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How to replicate the internet connection when a XP Workstation is Virtualized?

Hi here is the issue for me; We have a Workstation A which is connected to our Server B ; this workstation's sole puspose is to work as a terminal server for the outside vendor to login to the server ...
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Clients connected to Cisco router can't access to internet

I'm currently undergoing CCNa academy so I got a "job" from my boss to configure Cisco 871 router. Unfortunately we just finished first semester at academy so there are some things that I'm still ...
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External Client should use our proxy to get filtered by our firewall

I would like an external client (4.3.2.1) to use our proxy (9.9.9.9) which forwards traffic to our firewall (8.8.8.8) which then forwards the traffic back to our client (4.3.2.1). So I'm curious if: ...
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Node.js WebServer on Ubuntu 12.04 not visible externally from the Internet (external IP)

Router: IP: 192.168.1.1 Host OS: Windows 7(64 bit) - IP: 192.168.1.2 Guest OS(VMware): Ubuntu 12.04 LTS(64 bit) - IP: 192.168.1.10 Guest OS has a NAT and a bridged connection via VMWare. I'm running ...
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Server is pingable on some ips but not on others

We have comcast business class internet with 5 static IPs. 4 out of 5 of them are assigned to a server that sits right behind the smc. The smc has DHCP disabled so it should be in pass through mode. ...
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Domain rebuild from scratch

I have to rebuild the entire domain of a company I just started with. It currently runs SBS2003 but it is "FUBAR". MMC is not working, I cant use the BPA on it. I cant get adprep to work to do the ...
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Assigning a public IP on Windows Server 2008 R2

We've recently acquired a Dell PowerEdge r420 server (2 NICs). After installing the OS (Windows Server 2008 R2), we've installed SQL Server 2008 and IIS. Now we have a public IP given to us by the ...
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Make local server accessible from internet in a local network within a sub-domain?

I recently tried to open a mail server for our company. For some reasons it was better to make mail server separate from other server(s) in data center, so we plugged another server to our local ...