IP address is a numerical label assigned to each device participating in a computer network that uses IP for communication.

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XenServer - VMs to access Internet, but should not be visible from the Internet

I have installed XenServer on my server at the Hetzner datacenter. I have bought an additional /29 subnet containing 6 usable IP addresses from them. I want to install more than 10 VMs on this server....
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How do I configure Shrewsoft's VPN client to only route traffic to a certain IP address through the VPN?

We're using Shrewsoft's VPN client to connect to a third party development server. However, it seems to be configured to send all or nothing through the VPN. The devs have to disconnect from the VPN ...
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Are people really going to use public IPv6 addresses on their private networks? [duplicate]

I have been reading the Debian System Administrator's Handbook, and I came across this passage in the gateway section: ...Note that NAT is only relevant for IPv4 and its limited address space; ...
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How to use another IP-address for outgoing traffic?

Background I run a server with two external IPv4 addresses. IP-address A (IP-A) and IP-address B (IP-B). Goal I would like to access IP-A over HTTPS port 443 and SSH port 22 only. IP-B shouldn't ...
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How do I manually add IP to my routing? [migrated]

I need to add an IP to my routing. I'm connected to a lab with Openvpn. My routing looks like this now; Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 0.0.0.0 ...
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How to get list of all the hostname / DNS of the Linux box

I have a Linux box and I know I can get the list of IP addresses assigned to that box using following command /sbin/ifconfig -a but how to I get the list of hostnames / DNS for that Linux box using ...
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I have one NIC with two conflicting IPs. Fix? [migrated]

I searched for my problem, and although there are similar questions none guided me in the correct direction. Sorry if it looks like a duplicate question. I have a LAN behind my ISP modem, routed by a ...
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Connecting my domain name to my droplet [closed]

I setup an Apache static website on a DigitalOcean droplet. The company that hosts my domain name (webhostingpad) provides an "Advanced DNS Zone Editor" which I used to setup a (redirect/forward?) to ...
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Possible to announce IPs through AWS?

I'd like to have additional IPs with my EC2 instances so I'd like to lease IPs from a 3rd party since Elastic IPs seem to be far more expensive. This would require me to announce the IPs. Is it ...
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Why does a VLAN have an IP address?

A dumb question for the majority, but I am interested to know "why does a VLAN have an IP address?" Is this address different from the default gateway? Or is this address, same as broadcast address ...
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Trying to figure out why nslookup is giving me two different IP addresses

I'm pretty new to the world of computer science and ran into something that I'm having trouble understanding: I have this homework assignment asking me to list the IP address produced by using the ...
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How to bind a non-local IPv6 address?

Is there an equivalent of net.ipv4.ip_nonlocal_bind for ipv6 ? Need to start my nginx on boot on such an IP... My Ubuntu doesn't have this IPv6 assigned on eth0 quickly enough despite this /etc/...
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Interface IP address is removed automatically on CentOs running inside VirtualBox

I have CentOS 6.4 on which i am running virtual box. Inside virtualBox i have CentOS based VM which works perfectly fine. The NAT and HostOnly interface have assinged IP Addresses through DHCP and ...
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DNS errors after changing nameservers for Cloudflare

I don't know if this is the right place for my question, but I have a problem with my DNS/nameservers after changing the nameservers. I'm not sure if it is a problem at my side or at my webhost. I ...
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linux missing /etc/network/interfaces path/file [closed]

I need to change my ip address.. but it seems the path /etc/network/interfaces is not on my system.. can somebody help me on this? /etc/network/interfaces: No such file or directory
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Can ip address and gateway be the same and can number of clients be increased by changing the subnet mask? [closed]

So I am a newbie just learning networking and was wondering if gateway can be same as the allocated IP address. Also, if I have to increase the number of users that connect to my router (having ...
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Output IPaddress of VM using ARM template

Have a ARM template (https://github.com/jmspring/arm-template-neo4j-docker/blob/master/azuredeploy.json) which will launch a instance and assign a public IP. here i need to print the IP address as ...
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How to assign a static IP address to windows 10 machine at boot time? [closed]

I want to assign a static ip address to a windows 10 virtual machine at booting time. How can I do it? For example, as in linux we can modify /etc/network/interfaces file so is there any similar way ...
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Can only some machines on a network have a public IP addresses?

Is it possible for some computers on a network to have their own public IP addresses and serve content over the internet while other computers on the same network only have private IP addresses but ...
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Looking for IPs by page visited in apache log (awk?)

I have a bunch of apache access log files and I want to know which IP addresses visited my /contacts folder. How can I collect them from all log files with shell command?
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Can I use nmap to discover IPs and mac addresses?

When I need to locate the IPs of devices by their mac address on a Windows system, I normally use Advanced IP Scanner (from radmin.com) to scan the network, then I use arp -a to list the mac addresses....
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Shell Command for Getting IP Address?

Is there a bash command to find the IP address for an Ubuntu box? I need to find the IP address so I can ssh into the machine later.
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Block IP Address range on IIS 7.5

I have a Windows 2008R2 Server running IIS 7.5. It is getting bombarded with attempted hacks from similar IPs. How would I block the IP range with something like 51.255.65.*? Below is the UI ...
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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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How to view the IP of the connecting client in Domino 9 IMAP server?

I am running an IBM Domino 9.0.1 (64-bit) server on a Windows Server 2008 R2. The problem is that the IMAP server task is not displaying the IP address of the connecting client in the console and log....
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Change one IP without disrupting connections to second?

I have a CentOS 6 box that has two IP Addresses on one physical interface - One the IP assigned to the interface via the netconfig scripts, and the second a "virtual" IP assigned to the same ...
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ntpd gets “connect: invalid argument” on 0.0.0.2

It appears the reply for pool.ntp.org changed recently. This is making my CentosOS 6 ntp servers unhappy. $ host pool.ntp.org pool.ntp.org has address 0.0.0.2 pool.ntp.org has address 83.209.8.142 ...
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SSL certificate for a public IP address?

I just tried buying a Comodo Positive SSL but it was rejected due to not supporting a public IP address, but instead they only support a domain name. Does anyone know any SSL certificate provider ...
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How does a router on the Internet know where to send a packet to next to get it towards its destination IP address? [closed]

I've been doing small-time freelance IT work (among other things) for about the last decade now. I've set-up or rebuilt more local network arrangements than I can care to count, and more recently I've ...
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Proxy for automated browsing on mobile networks

I am interested in building a website scanner which needs to act as if it is a user agent on a mobile network (e.g. Verizon LTE connection in the US, Movistar LTE connection in Spain, etc.) Aside ...
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How are cellphone IP addresses assigned?

When my cellphone accesses a website via the tower and its GPRS gateway, NAT ensures that the sites receive a public IP. Would all phones using a single tower have the same IP? If yes, then how can ...
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In Linux, how can I automatically assign an IPv6 address to an interface based upon its IPv4 address at boot time?

On a CentOS 6 machine, I have a server with 2 NICs, eth0 and eth1. eth0 has address 192.168.0.1. I would like to create a script that parses the IP address of eth0 and assigns a similar-looking IPv6 ...
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What is the global attribute of a network interface?

I saw the following line of code in a code repo I work on: ip addr | grep 'inet .*global' | cut -f 6 -d ' ' | cut -f1 -d '/' | head -n 1 I want to understand what does the "global" attribute mean ...
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Use ip address for name server and have it dedicated to a single site

Ok so I think I have this setup right but I just want to be sure. I have 3 IP address: 1.1.1.1 also known as ns1 2.2.2.2 also known as ns2 3.3.3.3 also known as ns3 They are being used as ...
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Where can I find a list of IP addresses of hosting providers?

I am attempting to fend off a spam attack against a web api I run and would like to obtain a list of IP addresses of public web hosting providers from which spammers are launching their attacks. I'm ...
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DHCP in router with AD, DNS and DHCP in one Server

My Lan is working fine 5 switches connected to core switch and have a router, DHCP configured in the router, network 10.10.10.1, 10.10.11.254 -- Mask 255.255.254.0 -- d.g 10.10.10.1 (Router IP).DNS 8....
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How does a computer obtain an IP address via DHCP?

How does the computer know which device on the network to query? How does the default gateway factor into this? Pretty much, what is the chain of events that occurs when a computer tries to obtain an ...
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Bind an ip address to Postfix as outgoing ip

Is that possible to bind all available public IP addresses on a server to one Postfix instance as its outgoing IP address pool and let it choose a random IP address or specified IP address from the ...
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IIS6 is leaking IP address in header

We are working on obtaining PCI compliance for our e-commerce website with securitymetrics.com One last item that keeps coming up is as follows: Synopsis : This web server leaks a private IP ...
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What will happen in a network if multiple devices have the same MAC address? [closed]

What will happen in something like a wifi connection where different laptops are set with the same MAC address . To make it more interesting what will happen if there are multiple devices with same ...
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Difference between connecting from inside and outside a subnet [closed]

Let's say provider granted me IP addresses 10.20.30.1 - 10.20.30.254, so the subnet address is 10.20.30.0 and mask 255.255.255.0. I set my router to 10.20.30.1 and computers to 10.20.30.2 and higher. ...
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Prevent AWS load balancer serving on IP address

I've configured a Amazon Webservices Load Balancer for my site. It's all good the domain name resolves to the IP address of the Load Balancer Endpoint, and on the internal LAN it communicates with my ...
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Giving Virtual Machines in Xen their own IP Addresses

Installed Xen on a server at home, recently moved it to a data center. Worked fine with DHCP behind my router, with each virtual server and the dom0 getting its own IP address. At the data center, ...
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Multiple internal IP's running on one external IP?

My ISP has given me 1 static IP address, however, I need to run multiple internal IP addresses (from VPS's) under that 1 public IP address. I have enough network connections to my router, but not ...
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Caching DNS server returns invalid ip address for external lookups

I'm trying to resolve a DNS issue and am running short of ideas. Google doesn't seem to be helping, either. When I use my local caching name server to resolve external host names, it always returns ...
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How do I connect to my libvirt/qemu/guests ? (with no ip address)

I have inherited the administration of a trusty ubuntu server with several virtual servers, also ubuntu using libvirt and qemu. I have the problem I cannot connect to these virtual servers/guests. ...
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Webmin - Disallow access by IP [closed]

I have installed a Webmin instance. I can access by both domain:port and ip:port. Is there any way to restrict access to an specific domain name and disallow direct access by IP?
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Why are 093/8 IP adresses in both US and Europe?

According to this page of the IANA website, the IP addresses 093/8 are allocated to RIPE NCC (European network). However, when I use websites to locate IP (like this one), they tell me that 93.184....
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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 59.224....
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Can a DHCP reservation use an IP address in the exclusion range?

Windows Server 2008 R2, running the DHCP service. DHCP Scope: 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.254 Exclusions: 192.168.1.1 - 192.168.1.99 If a reservation uses an IP address in the exclusion range (like 192....