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IPv6 and IPv4 mapped address

I've a box with 1 private IPv4 (192.168.0.X) and some IPv6 (let's call one Y::Z). I have an application listening on 192.168.0.X on port 1234 and an application that want to connect to that service ...
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Physical Layout Mapping [closed]

I'm curious to know what kind of tools or methods, if any, you guys use for tracking and mapping physical hardware at the network drop level - things like individual NIC Cards, cables, drops, ...
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523 views

How do I draw a layer 2 (link layer) network map containing Cisco and *NIX boxes?

I've been tasked with drawing a layer 2 network map of our very small datacenter network. There is one 1841 cisco router, two 3560 cisco catalyst switches and 4 solaris sunfire T-1000 boxes. I have ...
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Mapping to a virtual hosts' documentRoot

Is it possible to say, map a drive from my local workstation to, say, /var/www/myproject on my server (Rackspace Cloud / fedora 14) ?? How would I go about setting it up. . . ? Would there be any ...
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5answers
316 views

How to determine what device is physically connected to network switch?

So, I've been using some port mapping software and running into a problem. We have many switches spread across the network, when I do a network scan it shows the device that is physically connected to ...
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Automated Network Mapping

What tools do you suggest I use to create a network map? I prefer to do it automatically rather than go around and collect information per computer. I know spiceworks does something along those lines, ...
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unable to ping hostname, but \\hostname\c$ works?

I'm having a strange issue on my initial lab setup. Situation: Host with OS Server 2008 R2 64bit, on this host a Virtual Machine in Hyper-V with OS Server 2008 SP1 32bit. The virtual machine has a ...
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481 views

Automatic layout of manual network mapping

So I have a small business network mainly consisting of two routed layer-2 domains with a total of ca. 100 devices spread over ca. 2000m² production and office spaces. Typical problems to solve using ...
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LANsurveyor creates perfect network maps, but very expensive, alternative?

LANsurveyor does a great job visually mapping my network because I can really understand which devices are on which switches. The map looks like my physical network. Many other apps I've tried prints ...
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How do I map a network in Visio?

I work for a organization which runs several servers mainly used for internet to schools and Exchange on the corporate side. One of my tasks during my training is to be able to understand the network ...