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

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Domain user logon info with ip [on hold]

I am working as an internee in a firm. My boss asked me to get a list of all users with there ip address. We are using Windows server with active directory in a domain environment. Is there any way to ...
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AWS Multiple Elastic IPs to one instance

I need some guide to lead me to setup multiple (6) ips for 6 websites (1 ip - 1 website) on one instance. or what to look for I have found this http://www.ec2instances.info/ If it is true I need t2 ...
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Choose hosting (separate IP for each website) [LAMP] [on hold]

Sry guys for asking maybe dumb questions. I'm just new to all the hosting stuff. I need you to direct me in right direction. What I need is a web hosting which has separate IPs/servers for each ...
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Postfix configure a gateway to outbound emails

I have a server configured with Postfix in my business office. I have another server at a hosting provider that I want to send all my outbound mail through. How can I do this. The only way I know its ...
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Alfresco, access the server from local network [on hold]

I'm trying to work Alfresco. It was installed on the local server. Tomcat is a webserver that is used by Alfresco to provide an access to the web-panel. Default ip is: 127.0.0.1:8080; And now I want ...
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opensm infiniband route table

I have two centos 6.6 vmware vms. VMware is told to do a bridged network and to replicate physical network. eth2 is dhcp managed by NetworkManager. I am able to get to the point where I can assign ips ...
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Support for UDP-Lite

In order to be effective, UDP-Lite requires the link layer to disable its frame CRC check for frames carrying UDP-Lite packets. Are there any deployed link layers (Wifi?) that implement this explicit ...
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Windows firewall, netsh, block all ips from a text file

am using the following scrip to block ip's from a text file into the windows firewall. I'm using windows 2008 R2 @echo off if "%1"=="list" ( netsh advfirewall firewall show rule Blockit | ...
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connection via ip fails but can be established using hostname

I cannot reach the Server using the IP-Adress, but if I use the FQDN or the hostname itself, the connection can be established. The connection should be established by the ...
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Understanding the different IP's setup in my core server files- Confusion [closed]

I am running CentOS 5 with BIND and httpd, using PuTTy to connect via SSH. I login to SSH with IP 200.100.107.187 and can access my server through a webbrowser also at that IP This IP is the one my ...
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Mystery IP address attached to Windows Server

While scanning my network I came across a mysterious IP address which shows no open ports but responds to pings. It is in the range of static IPs I reserve for servers. When checking arp table of PC ...
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Redirect subdomain to an Apache Virtual Host

I have a website "example.com" hosted on a provider that allows me to manage my own DNS. I want example.com to point to the provider's IP address but I want "subdomain.example.com" to point on my own ...
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is host id size of IP address will vary between the private and public networks? [duplicate]

I understood that size of host id in the class c network is 8 bits(1 Octet) Classful network After started exploring about private networks, in the below link Private network The host id size of ...
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Actual Public IP different from Public IP shown on ip lookup [migrated]

When I test my connection on services such as whatsmyip.com, I get 112.134.xx.xx as my public address. When I check the ADSL connection status on my router, it shows a totally different IP address ...
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Call a server Ip simulating domain name [closed]

in order to migrate my domain name to my new server, I would like to test it with real domain name. I think we can call Ip server giving as argument domain name ? How can I do that ? Something like ...
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Why does nslookup for espn.com give an IP that goes to go.com? [migrated]

If I do an nslookup on espn.com, an IP is returned 199.181.132.250. When I put this value in the browser I get go.com. If I had add a 'Host header to the request, I still end up on go.com. What am I ...
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Does this mean the DoD is listening to my D-Link Router? [migrated]

I've only recently been monitoring my router activity and this Incoming listing from a DoD IP address is almost always present. It looks as if they are using the IGMP Protocol to sniff at my domain, ...
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Apache module RPAF documentation? [closed]

I installed libapache2-mod-rpaf package on Debian because mod_remoteip seems not available. I cannot find any documentation about this module. I found a github repo but the configuration options are ...
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Specific ip settings for different wifi access points [migrated]

I have a situation where I want to connect a tablet to two different networks, not simultaneously but switching from one to the other (and at different locations). The tablet is running on Windows ...
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How is a TCP request routed from a virtual machine to an outside resource and back again?

Scenario: Computer A has a local ip of 192.168.1.100, which is running a VM inside of it. The VM now makes a tcp request to an external IP address (74.125.225.98). Could someone explain how the ...
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Assign multiple IP and Gateway in Ubuntu Server

I'm trying to find an option to add/assign multiple IP addresses and Gateways to the Ubuntu Server. The reason behind is, I want to access devices from two different networks. For instance I may want ...
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openVPN on another IP

I had a working OpenVPN on my server, and it was working fine, redirecting traffic to the/from the internet, but when i have found that the traffic to the services on this server not routing through ...
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What is the best way to redirect a user to another server and domain and keeping the URL intact?

I suddenly have a client who doesn't understand much in programming. So the best solution in this case would be - to run the app on my server while keeping his domain under his control. He has there ...
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Nginx Server Blocks fail for new domain name

I have bought a domain name so users can access my server without using the IP address. However, I have set up the domain name and pointed it to my IP, but whenever I try to access the site through ...
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Client not routing through CentOS7 OpenVPN

I recently setup a server on digitalocean, i setup the vpn server key etc and i can connect with my client, the problem is that if i connect and i google for my public ip adress that i don't get the ...
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Nanostation M5 Point to Point, SOHO Router IP Addressing

I have two sites both with Line of site from each other. Each of the two sites has a Draytek 2830 on site with an ADSL connection. I have a pair of Nanostations which I want to setup on the Ethernet ...
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IP Route Add Issue [migrated]

I'm trying to set up IE browsing with fixed routes in the route table. Before adding the static route, I can browse http://www.whatsmyip.org/ with internet explorer After I add a fixed route e.g. ...
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Online tool to calculate IP mask [closed]

I know there are so many tools to calculate a network range starting from an IP and its mask (192.168.1.0/24) but do you know an online tool to calculate the mask starting from first and last IP ...
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How to use pfSense as a firewall in order to assign url whitelists to IP groups

In a corporate network without DHCP, the temporary solution to whitelist a couple of useful sites is to change the hosts file under Windows/System32/drivers/etc/ but since modern sites tend to change ...
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How can I get a report of all MAC addresses nearby? [duplicate]

I am trying to get an idea of how to get a list of all the MAC/IP's near my network. I've tried arp -a commands (What I found from some previous searching.) but those are not showing any of the ...
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Ubiquiti Unifi Wirlesss Access Point not obtaining IP Address when VLAN Tagged

This question follows on from this one which I managed to resolve. Draytek 2830, Multiple VLANS on Same Port My Ubiquiti Unifi Wirlesss Access Points are not allowing clients to obtain an IP address ...
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Debian Bridge Network Connection — Static IP Addresses

I have a PC with 3 Ethernet ports. I am able to share internet to the other two ports with internet coming in on eth1. I use the following setup on /etc/network/interfaces after aptitude bridge-utils ...
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Draytek 2830, Multiple VLANS on Same Port

The Kit Ubiquiti Unifi Long Range Wireless Access Point Cisco SG200-08P Switch (VLAN, POE Support) Draytek 2830VN Router The Problem I need to enable Multiple VLANS against a single port on the ...
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Windows IP address cached even after cable unplugged? [migrated]

I have a PC which connects to a network by both wired cable and wireless. Of course, it has 2 IP Addresses : 192.168.5.111 and 192.168.5.112. (Subnet mask 255.255.255.0) As usual, the PC picks the ...
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Load balancing IPTABLES POSTROUTING rules

I have an interface with 5 IP addresses assigned to it (as virtual adapters) let's call them x1,x2,x3,x4 and x5. Currently I have SNAT POSTROUTING forwarding rules from local source range to specific ...
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plesk - Loopback HTTP connections go to incorrect vhost

Running plesk 12 and noticed the default vhost log ( /var/log/httpd/access_log ) is full of these 404 errors: [25/Nov/2014:22:17:40 -0500] "POST ...
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IP Network Best Practice [closed]

On my On Premise network we use IP Span 172.17.101.0-172.17.103.254 I should now connect our Windows Azure network to the On Premise network using VPN. Is it okay to use IP Span 172.16.1.0 in the ...
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Double IP forwarding not working

I have the following 2 debian servers in my scenario: The first one is my main openvpn server, it has 2 NICS active eth0 (172.25.156.146) and eth3 (172.26.16.1) - The second server has also 2 NICS ...
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IIS Website access by both hostname and IP address?

If I set up a website in IIS with a hostname (local.somewebsite.com) (having added it to HOSTS file) and also specify an IP address (127.0.0.1), the website is accessible by the hostname, but hitting ...
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CentOS, How to allow SSH through only one server-ip [closed]

I currently have a dedicated server with two pv4 IP addresses assigned to it. I want to make one public, and the other private for SSH/FTP related material. IP 1 (The public ip): 192.23.6.11 IP 2 ...
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force use of specific ip when talking to specific host

I have a server with multiple interface alias running debian. lets say eth0 eth0:0 and eth0:1 I'm looking for a simple solution, when connecting to host 1.2.3.4 (or host range, would be better) that ...
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Change vlan settings to Yealink phones at once

I have about 90 yealink ip phones. My target is to change vlan settings to all of them massively. For example, when it's going to reboot all of them, I run the following ...
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How does an IP address goes down from an Application Layer to IP Layer? [closed]

Using the classical TCP/IP layers model, I am thinking about an application (for example a browser) acting as a client wanting to talk with a server (e.g. a web server). Of course it has to use the ...
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Linux VPS settings to allow $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] to get client ip [closed]

I have unmanaged VPS server. I am trying to get client IP form PHP $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] but it's always gives me same for all users that is server internal IP. I have done some R & D and got ...
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How to get the maximum details from a remote host and forcefully get a particular IP?

I have setup a Ubuntu server(xxx.222.4.216) for our Redmine tool and recently we got a IP conflict in the machine and now im unable to get back the IP(xxx.222.4.216). I would like to know if there is ...
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ip route command with source option

I have multiple interfaces on my system catering to different subnets. I also have a pseudo interface which is a p-to-p driver for tunneling packets. I was trying to add routes using ip route command ...
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Ports needed for IP Subnet discovery Kaspersky Security Center 10

I'm trying to discover computers based on IP subnets. The administration server is not part of the same workgroup or active-directory as the clients, so this is the only way to do it. I can ...
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How to find out IP address held by a Windows DHCP client yesterday?

We have a Windows Server 2008 with DHCP server running. I can see the current leases and reservations, is there a way to see the status of yesterday (or at least what IP a particular client had ...
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Ip-in-Ip tunnel not working — Packets not being decapsulated

I am trying to forward packets from HostA to HostB using ip-in-ip tunneling. While packets are reaching their destination, they are not being decapsulated by the receiving host, and thus being dropped ...
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What use are systems that ban IP addresses if all the evildoers spoof them anyways

Many anti-spam or web applications with a security component give the ability to ban IP addresses. In my experience any bot, person or other entity that is truly nefarious is using an endless supply ...