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

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How to tell squid use Source IP address for sending requests?

I have two interfaces in my ifconfig, eth0 and eth1. Squid is set to accept connections from both of them on port 3000. However, eth0's ip address is always used to send proxy requests, even if ...
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Server request timeout? [on hold]

I just setup zPanel on my server (an install of Apache, PHP, MySQL, etc). I set up a domain to point to the server IP and gave that to the installer. Though, now when I try to access or even ping the ...
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Home server not accessible from local IP [on hold]

I have local machine on which Apache web server is running. I have set up port forwarding on my router to forward ports 80 and 443 to that machine. When I access the domain associated with my router, ...
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Ubuntu: Persisting IP Route Change on Reboot

The following command at the terminal gives me the networking changes I need: ip route change default via 10.255.255.1 dev eth0 src 82.82.82.82 To persist this on reboot I add the following to ...
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Route HTTPS traffic to different virtual servers on single IP

I have Proxmox instance with single IP available. I have multiple virtual machines for different sites (domains). Each virtual server have it's own https certificates inside them. I need to find way ...
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why when i use tracert in powershell,it doesn't return complete reponse?

i use tracert in power shell,but it can not show all path,some parts talks Request timed out. Tracing route to google.com [216.58.212.78] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 33 ms 33 ms 32 ms ...
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How do I properly configure KVM

I have a remote dedicated server on which I have installed KVM. When trying to create my first virtual machine I am unable to ssh to the machine. I assumed that I needed another ip address so I ...
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Assign more than one IP Address to the same MAC Address on Linux ISC-DHCP Server

I have the following question: One Linux DHCP server in pool mode, because of the step of fabrication, all the products have the same MAC Address that is changed at end of line, the boards use ...
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VPS Ubuntu connection timeout when I try connect via IP in browser

I have a problem with my VPS. It has installed Apache. When I trying to connect from specific network (home) I can easily access to it. When try on another one (for example 3G) it returns 110 - ...
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Why when i use netstat while not connected to internet, it returns some ip addresses?

I read that this command displays network connections for the Transmission Control Protocol more info link netstat ,but when i not connected to internet and i turn off XAMMP server,it returns some ...
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List all systems that reference SYSTEMX by IP

Given SYSTEMX (on a Windows domain), is there a simple way to figure out what other systems on that domain are referencing SYSTEMX by IP (not name)? If the best that one can do is find only some of ...
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Pinging Hostname results in reply from 2 different IP addresses

I have an odd behaviour on my Windows 2008 R2 server, when I ping a hostname of another system, my first reply has a different IP address then the following replies. For example, if I was to ping ...
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IP Address and Dom0 IP Address

What is the difference between normal IP address and Dom0 IP address? As far as I read so far, Dom0 IP is associated with VMs instances but I want to know if it there is a subtle difference here.
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Configuring a different Subnet Mask rather than the one Configured in the Network Router [closed]

Let us say, I have a host configured as 192.168.x.x/24. This is connected to a Router whose Subnet mask is /23 or 255.255.254.0 What difference Would it make if I have configured the host as /24 ...
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How to let FreeBSD get IP address automatically in VMware?

I use FreeBSD 10.2 VM image in VMware workstation. Although I set bridge mode in VMware: I find the OS can't get an valid IP address: How can I let FreeBSD get IP address automatically in VM?
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Cannot ping remote server; how can I debug local networking misconfiguration vs my IP is blocked?

I manage a KVM VPS at 104.143.14.103 that for some reason cannot reach http://pecl.php.net. When I ping the IP address of the PECL server (104.236.228.160), to make sure that it isn't a DNS problem, ...
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How to host multiple apps on one server and point multiple domains to them?

I am trying to figure things out and I am confused. I know some things but not enough. I know that domains actually point to the IP address of a server. So if I want to have two apps, they both have ...
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Why are subnet masks specified in full dot notation, rather than just a number?

Subnet masks for IPv4 (dunno about v6) are specified in full dot notation, e.g. 255.255.255.0. This means that the lower eight bits can be used to assign IP addresses to devices on a LAN (if I ...
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Multiple IP addresses

I am developing a number of mobile websites (using IIS), and I want to test them using my mobile device which is connected on the same LAN. I would like to access each website via a different local IP ...
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Most robust way of forwarding multiple URL via one IP

This is probably subjective but if anyone could suggest a robust solution for the following that would be fantastic. We have potentially multiple URL's in service which are currently 1:1 with Public ...
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Tunnelling through an IP alias

I have a server machine with a dedicated IP and several IP aliases. It has a single network interface and on it there are multiple IPs "attached". So let's say IP1 is the main ip but I also have IP2 ...
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What is the Red Hat equivalent of the windows “Register this connections Address in DNS”

Hi I have a collection of RHEL6 server each has 3 static IPS and interfaces Currently when we nslookup the hostname from another server it returns all 3 interfaces from the DNS server (windows) We ...
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Check if IP address is allowed through firewall

Our cloud service requires that the client's server allow specific IP addresses be whitelisted in their firewall. If the IPs aren't whitelisted, the end users will experience issues, but the end users ...
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how to network on VirtualBox (internal networking mode) [migrated]

Having 2 virtual machines running debian, i'm trying to make them communicate by using static ip. the solution was to choose the Internal Networking Mode under Virtual Box. Unfortunately the ...
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Use a /29 block on a Hetzner KVM Setup

I have been trying to assign the IP's I got from this 5.9.192.32/29 block. I have followed every step in this tutorial, but I end up with no connectivity on the guest VM's. My Host configuration ### ...
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netstat and retrieving user ip behind cloudflare

Im wondering if its possible to retrieve user ip behind cloudflare (HTTP_CF_CONNECTING_IP header) with netstat netstat -ntu | awk '{print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -n
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Point multiple ips to one server

I'm trying to setup a squid proxy on an ubuntu server. I happen to have multiple ip addresses that I bought along with the vps. Is it possible for me to setup the 2 extra ip addresses to point to my ...
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vpn routing on second network [closed]

I want access to my ipcam that is on another network through my vpn. Here is my setup: an internet box with a network 192.168.0.x. My ipcam 192.168.0.99:90 is connected (eg.) box connected to the ...
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What does it represent, when source IP and destination IP are same in Fortigate logs? [closed]

I am working on SIEM, while analyzing FORTIGATE logs I came across a scenario where source IP and destination IP is same. This is a local IP of network where destination port is 53 which represent ...
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Configure Azure IaaS VM to allow access by IP

I have an Azure IaaS Windows 2012R2 VM which is hosting a test website. The site is accessible externally by the hostname. What do I need to do to enable access to that same site by IP address? When ...
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How can I see IP addresses attempting to connect to my Amazon EC2?

I have an EC2 instance that is setup as an SFTP server using OpenSSH. It only allows connections on whitelisted IPs via TCP Port 22 (limited via an EC2 Security Group). I constantly have customers try ...
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Static route to access another IP/SUBNET from PC

Maybe it's a simple concept misunderstand. I'm in a network with ip 172.16.0.xxx (mask 255.255.240.0). How could I configure my PC (Windows 7) with a static route or any other kind of solution so I ...
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How to assign an IP for Hyper-V virtual machine using PowerShell?

I'm working with the Hyper-v and have created a VM using Vagrant. Seems to be in the Vagrantfile I've forgotten to define an IP address (static or dhcp use). Now I can view the info about the VM's ...
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How to whitelist an ip range blacklisted by Spamcop

Our testing team uses email addresses from a domain which is different from the actual site domain. For example, our site is www.abc.com and email addresses are belongs to user_x@xyz.com. www.abc.com ...
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Retrieve old IP settings form Windows

This is pertaining to Windows in general (XP and all recent versions) After replacing an old motherboard with a new one, the NIC is different, has a new MAC address and generally needs a new TCP/IP ...
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How to assign multiple public ip addresses

I have a server (Ubuntu 14.04) and want to assign these multiple public ip addresses. Expected: I want to ping all IP-Addresses from XXX.XXX.XXX.128 to XXX.XXX.XXX.143 Current Setup: ...
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How to find source of failed RDP login

I have been struggling with this issue for a while now. I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 at home, which I access via RDP. For a few weeks now I have random IPs trying to brute-force the login ...
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How could I share a dedicated IP amongst multiple servers?

I'm trying to split up a big server for a few people. They aren't going to run a website on it or anything like that but they want to at least connect to the server remotely. My hosting provider is ...
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Routed traffic away from VPN has no internet (Fedora)

I'm very new to linux routing and such as a preface. I have a plex server set up on Fedora 22. I've recently started using a VPN service connected via OpenVPN. Everything works great via VPN on my ...
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block ip with iptables ubuntu server

I am trying to block one IP with iptables in my Ubuntu server 12.04. The foreign IP is 117.16.18.95.dyna. You can take a look at the next image: I have added this ip to iptables with the next ...
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SMTP Server with dynamic / Static IP

I have 3 servers and 3 IP's. Server 1 - Static IP - 111.111.111.111 Server 2 - Static IP - 222.222.222.222 Server 3 - Dynamic IP - 333.333.333.333 Now Server 3 is always assigned the IP ...
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How safe it is to assume whois ip network /24 belogns to same hosting company?

I found this, but I don't think it answears my question: Is it safe to assume that two hosts on the same /24 network belong to the same AS-number? I have online shop, on which somone is spamming ...
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how to reach a host on a different subnet

I am new to networking and I am trying to work through a problem however I have become a bit stuck. I have a network with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.128, I have connected the routers for each of ...
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Command-line utility to test fwmark in ip rule / ip route?

I am trying to find a tool that will allow me to find the route a packet will take that comes in on a device, and has a particular destination address. ip route get will do most of what I am looking ...
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CentOS Drupal Site/Domain Sending UDP Attacks on Different IPs [duplicate]

My Drupal 7 site is hosted on a Cent-OS 6.5 VM. The hosting service provider notified me about an malicious activity on site and site is sending UDP packets on different IPs. Following is data ...
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Matching an IP address to a hostname when both are available but cannot be resolved

I am an administrator on a server that accepts RDP connections. When the client connects I know the client's computer name. Using netstat I can determine which connections have been established for ...
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Dual interface/network with duplicate IP (local and extern)

So, i have two virtual network, a machine with two interfaces, each on a different virtual network (but with the same logical network 192.168.0.0/24 both). eth1 : 192.168.0.10 eth2 : 192.168.0.20 I ...
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how to associate a Docker network interface to a Linux network interface (eth5) on Linux host?

My Linux host has 8 Ethernet interfaces, eth0 - eth7. I'm running three Docker 1.9 containers on this Linux host. How can I associate a network interface inside one Docker container to a specific ...
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Implement an IP on Debian to redirect & failover on 2 external IPs

Hello network & sys gurus, I would like to use one Debian server inside a cluster to host a IP 1 redirecting to IP 2, or if IP 2 is not reachable, redirecting to IP 3. IP 2 and IP 3 are hosted ...
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Does LXC support IPSET6+?

I would like to use a new firewall-extension for PLESK on a Proxmox-LXC. Now the support of the firewall-extension wrote me this message: Does LXC support ipset 6+? If not then I wouldn't ...