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Can I run a single DHCP Server for all branches of an MPLS?

We have a two-location MPLS. I am told by the ISP that I can have a single DHCP server to service both branches. But I don't understand this. Consider this: Location1 (Host branch with the DHCP ...
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Same MAC but different IP on router [closed]

If a device has same mac address but different IP on home router, is this some sort of error or hacking? What is going on? I can't attach a pic so I've listed below. Computer name for second doesn't ...
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Is it possible to distinguish traffic from different computers from behind a router?

The mac address would be that of the router, I presume. But could I distinguish the ip addresses of the computers behind the router, or could I only see a global ip address that belongs to the router? ...
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How can I separate a VMWare Server from the host's MAC Address on my router?

I'm running a Debian LAMP Server in VMWare Player, using a bridged connection. However, on my router the VM is showing up with the same MAC Address... therefore I can't set the VM to a static ...
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Cisco IOS router MAC or IP address filtering

I'm trying to filter a specific device from my network. Either MAC or IP address filtering would do the trick, but I have trouble finding the exact Cisco IOS commands to use. My router is a Cisco 870 ...
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router setup with server checking MAC addresses

I am running my own router on my university's network. The university checks to make sure the mac address of the computer is registered before allowing traffic to go through. What I've done is setup ...
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connecting a switch behind a MAC Address filtering router

I have a home 802.11N + ethernet router (D-link DIR-655) with MAC filtering enabled. I am trying to connect a switch to one of the ports (D-Link DGS-2208) and connect two devices to that switch. ...
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A nice tool to look up make/model via MAC address?

The first several digits of a MAC address (Ethernet ID) are specific to its manufacturer/model. I won't ask what's the best way to look these up since it's subjective... but I'd love to know if any ...