IP - Internet Protocol, the most commonly-used set of rules for dispatching data across a large computer network.

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VPN access to LAN over internet, same device IP on Local and Remote network

I successfully configured a VPN connection to my Home network over internet following this guide. The current configurations is: Home Network (Remote) LAN: 192.168.1.1 => Router/Modem ...
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Is it possible to install 2 IP cameras in the same Wi-Fi network in a way that they are both visible by external networks, e.g. 3G mobile networks? [on hold]

As just stated in the title, I am having trouble installing 2 IP cameras such as these ones: Basically, they both work with Wi-Fi network, but when I switch on 3G only one of them is visible by ...
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Tool to detect alias IPs in a network [on hold]

I'm on the lookout for a utility or tool on linux that can give me all the alias IPs used in a network. For example, if this is what I get on doing an ifconfig eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr ...
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Heroku, Github Pages, and GoDaddy — Answer & Explanation Requested

I'm in a bit of an interesting situation. I have two sites that I have deployed in the last two days. The first is my personal website. I have a custom domain name for my site that is linked to my ...
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2 IP cameras with same configuration but different behaviour

I have a Vodafone Station router, and 2 IP cameras connected to it through an Ethernet cable. Both have the same configuration. Both DHCP enabled, one has IP 192.168.1.10 with port 81 and the other ...
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NOIP Static IP address resetting with router [on hold]

I need a static IP address to access a client's website, which has a list of whitelisted IPs but rejects all others. This is great, except I have a Dynamic IP address and a Talk Talk router. I ...
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Virtual hosts instead of separate IPs?

I've been wondering if it's possible to host multiple applications using a single port on one IP address. I'm meaning a similar method to Apache Virtual Hosts where you can assign domains/subdomains ...
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How can I surf a website as an specefic ip address? [closed]

I already can change my identity to other random or foreign ip address through proxy or Tor browser but I want to surf a website like a specific existent ip address... how can I do it ?
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Need help about VPN and programs [closed]

2 VPN to 2 programs, it's possible ?? example: Program A use IP of VPN 1 and Program B use IP of VPN 2. At the same time. Thanks --- edit with another example --- I have installed on pc: Chrome ...
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Samba shares don't work when mounted via host names from /etc/hosts

I have /etc/hosts file with this line 10.1.17.123 SAMBAWINSERVER I am trying to mount samba shares referencing server by name in the hosts file. I tried to mount it via regular mount command or ...
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Can't Bind IP Address To Machine [closed]

I have the following IPs but I can't bind them to my machine I am getting errors. Here are the IPs I own. 2607:5300:60:1234::/64 - Came with server 158.69.123.123/29 - ...
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Cisco ASA 5505 access external IP address from internal

Got a bit of a head scratcher. ASA Version: 8.3(1) ASDM Version: 6.3(1) So I have an ASA 5505 with 3 interfaces (Inside, outside and Hosting). The inside interface has the IP range of 10.0.0.X and ...
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ASA Site-to-Site VPN Failure

We have a series of remote sites connecting to our main site using site-to-site VPN over Cisco 5505s. Every remote site works fine, except one. What is unique about the failing one is that its IP ...
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Server abandons set static ip and returns to dhcp given address

I have a few virtualized (ubuntu 14.04 LTS) servers under KVM that I'm trying to move to an ip block other than the one reserved for servers under dhcp (the 10.10.2.0/24 block). I change the ip and ...
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How can I access a URL through it's IP address? [closed]

http://example.com has the IP address 93.184.216.34. From what I've read about IP addreses and ports, this leads me to believe that appending the port 80 to the end of it (93.184.216.34:80) should ...
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Connecting two clients openvpn

I have two clients one connected to vpn server through vpn and another without vpn. I can ping both the clients from my server but I can't do directly using one client to another. I am adding route ...
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Mutual Authentication - Allow from IP range without client certificate

Is it possible to set SSLVerifyClient: Require but, also allow IP range for users who do not have the client cert? Possibly to use: Order deny,allow Deny from all Allow from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ...
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In the output of `last`, what does suffix “.d” after an IP address mean?

In order to find out who was logged in recently on my server I am using the command: There were logins from very strange IP addresses e.g.: username@pc:/home/user$ last username pts/16 ...
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How does NAT work with more than 2^16 devices? [duplicate]

According to this article, NAT keeps track of which devices to route responses to by specifying a response port that it listens on. For example, when I make a request from a NATted computer, my router ...
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Connecting from android device to webserver [migrated]

Given I have the following setup: Windows 8 PC with IP 192.168.178.67 On it runs a vagrant Homestead environment with IP 192.168.10.10 On my windows machine my hostfile is configured like so: ...
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Why can't I reach my VM from the Win7 host machine? [migrated]

I have a Linux/Boot2Docker virtual machine running through VirtualBox on Windows 7 Pro. I can't ping or otherwise reach the VM from Windows. (However, pinging my Windows IP from the VM works fine.) ...
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Can I access a NAT addressed host behind a gateway from the WAN side without DNS or VPN (with DNS if it's not possible)?

I have a very simple gateway running a minimal Linux which is serving as an IP router with NAT and DHCP on the LAN, and a static IP on the WAN. The gateway router from the LAN side goes to a big ...
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Get OpenVPN client IP script

My machine get's an IP from OpenVPN server when connecting to the VPN gateway. This is tun0 on Ubuntu. I assume naming might be different for other systems that may connect to OpenVPN gateway. Is ...
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How can I discover the ip ranges for a particular ISP for roadwarrior vpn whitelisting?

I have a road warrior who will be based overseas for several months and will be using a particular ISP. Our VPN is white-listed. Rather than add his IP which changes every few days, is there a way of ...
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Can I redirect/route IP adress to another IP address (windows) [closed]

Can I map 146.112.61.106 IP address to my 127.0.0.1 adress ? so when I type 146.112.61.106 I got redirected to 127.0.0.1 ? (some netsh command maybe ?)
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IIS 7.5 - Not listening 0.0.0.0:80

I am using IIS 7.5 on Windows Server 2008 R2. From this server, I can access the localhost (standard IIS start page is displayed). But I can't access it from any other machine belonging to the same ...
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Software to confirm accessibility of static IP remotely

I have a desktop machine (OS CentOS 7) with a static IP. Sometimes this static IP is not accessible remotely and I have to run following command to make it available remotely. sudo service ...
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Reserve current VIP on VM Azure

I'm trying to reserve the current VIP on my Virtual Machine. I don't want to create a new IP I want to use the current VIP. I think this is possible since 1 or 2 months ago. This is the code I ran: ...
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Prevent IP Spoofing on OpenVPN tun

I have a question regarding IP Spoofing and authentication. I have an OpenVPN server in TUN mode with many untrusted clients in the same VPN network, and I was wondering if one client is able to spoof ...
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MacBook Pro Power over Ethernet support? [migrated]

I've got recently a Cisco IP telephone. I've an MBP (15", Late 2011): Is there any way to enable PoE to test my phone? Or do I have to buy an extra PoE injector just for this purpose? Thanks in ...
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Is global IP one-to-many communication practical today? [closed]

One-to-many communication over the internet is an enabling technology for many fascinating business and research projects. In principle, IPv4 and IPv6 allow for such communication by the ...
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Reverse DNS query of public IP returns localhost

I'm seeing this unusual behavior with reverse DNS lookups on this public IP Address: 222.253.228.79. Can someone explain what's going on? MXToolbox PTR lookup resolved localhost as the domain ...
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MIKROTIK - Two LANs connected with switch

I have a very simple network. I have two LAN networks (192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24) connected via a router at each site and the routers are connected via a switch. ...
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When is domain resolved for openvpn server?

In my setup I have several OpenVPN clients pointing to a vpn server's dns name. let's use vpn1.mydomain.com as an example. The server's public IP pointed to by that domain would be for example ...
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reserving private ip range

OpenVPN normally uses the private IP range of 10.8.0.0/24. If I wanted to create a vpc of 10.8.0.0/16, How can I prevent the DNS (or is it the DHCP) server for assigning addresses out of OenVPN's ...
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Use two or more IP addresses to prevent DoS attacks [duplicate]

N00b question But say I had a dedicated server with two IP addresses, and the software (We'll just use Apache as an example) was using both IP address to serve content, in the event of a DoS attack ...
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What is this IP address format? [closed]

Has anyone ever seen an IP address like this? "2601:304:cd90:78f0:ccec:2be6:b328:7f5d" I asked a coworker to give me his IP so I can add it to the firewall rules, but I've never seen anything like ...
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Browser shows IP and port in the url bar for sub-domain

We have a sub domain name like support.mycompany.com. When we write this in browser, it works as expected but the sub-domain changes to IP and port in the url bar. Why is this happening ? What should ...
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GRE Tunnel to Add IPs

Okay, here's the situation: server1 - my "main server" server2 - think of it like a proxy IP1 - main IP of server1 IP2 - main IP of server2 IP3 - additional IP of server2 I have, for years and ...
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Does ColdFusion use TCP Ports?

I am trying to access a link on our network. Whenever I try, the page times out. I have discovered that this link is a Adobe ColdFusion web page. Does ColdFusion use a TCP port other than port 80? I ...
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What does 192.168.1.1 /4 mean? [duplicate]

What does 192.168.1.1 /4 mean? Is there a calculator that translates this kind of notation to a list of IP addresses? For that matter any type of notation so that it would be easy and quick in the ...
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Linux traffic shaping for multiple clients with tc [closed]

I need to divide bandwidth between several clients connected through IPSEC. I found this article: ...
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Vyatta or VyOS can support odd or even IP source routing or not

I tried to configure the even/odd policy for IP source routing in Vyattta/VyOS, but I get the below error message: Configuration error: "0.0.0.1/255.255.255.254" is not a valid IPv4 subnet ...
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IP forwarding server (or other solution)

We have physical server based in Hungary that are serving our Hungarian version of a site. For any other website we launch in different countries, We buy hosting in that country and launch another ...
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CentOS Server can't exit pfSense Network

Not sure if this is a routing issue or a firewall issue, or maybe a problem with the ifcfg-file of the CentOS machine. Here is the situation. I just got a 600Mb fiber connection from my ISP into the ...
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some IPs within a subnet not reachable

I'm running 3 Debian-Servers, each with its own IPMI. All IPs are within the same subnet with the same gateway. The problem is, that each server can ping its own IPMI but not the IPMI of the other 2 ...
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American Users have wrong IP address geolocation

In order to display the right content for my users I get their country based on their IP address. I have been receiving several reports from American users saying that the content is being displayed ...
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Do I need a dedicated IP address for each SSL certificate?

I am hosting multiple domains on a single AWS instance. The domains all share the same underlying codebase, but we provide "white label" services on various domains. Each of the domains (foo.com, ...
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IP forwarding issue in SLES12

I'm triying to configure iptables in SLES12 in order to route packages between two machines. This is the scenario. I want to connect from A to C using iptables and ip forwarding on machine B ...
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Returning client IP with BIND [closed]

I'm currently looking into ways to implement something like myip.opendns.com with BIND for myself. Basically I want to return the client's IP using DNS. For the service mentioned above this looks ...