Networking refers to the technologies and techniques that enable the interconnection of devices and applications allowing them to communicate electronically.

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Can DNS fail because of a client server configuration?

I recently began work in a new environment. The network has many subnets and many nodes with many network engineers who work in the environment. There is a Linux server with Cobbler on it. It has a ...
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Does Fast Retransmit and Retransmission Timer work at the same time?

When Fast Retransmit is implemented, if I received packet 1, then I will send an ACK that says I need packet 2, and then if I received packet 3, I will send a duplicate ACK that says that I need ...
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MIKROTIK - Two LANs connected with switch

I have a very simple network. I have two LAN networks (192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24) connected via a router at each site and the routers are connected via a switch. ...
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Different network speeds from servers on same subnet

I have a pretty strange issue, I'm looking for advice on how I can debug it. I have two servers (A) and (B) on the same subnet and switch. Server A->B transfers at a full 12MB/s and vice-versa. ...
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Where to store R packages in a centos 6 network cluster

We have a small cluster of linux machines (~15) with up to 20 users. Over the last few years we have written a few basic R scripts for doing basic statistical analysis. The problem I have had as a ...
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Can /etc/inittab errors prevent network startup?

I have a small php server running on Raspbian via /etc/inittab: push:235:respawn:/home/pi/volkszaehler.org/misc/tools/push-server.php Due to configuration issues my php script was removed and- in ...
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Why is giga bit network fast than disk? [on hold]

Why is fast giga bit network than disk? According to below URL for slide of Dr Jeff Dean, giga bit network is fast than disk. ...
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Policy based routing on centos [duplicate]

I am trying trying to implement policy based routing on a centos 7 server using these directions - . The routing works fine until I reboot then the policy routing rules disappear. If I enter them ...
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RADIUS for unique hotspot and iOS clients?

Sorry if stupid questions. I need to be certain. Is Radius needed for a hotspot captive portal, where no login is needed, and which is unique (one only router) ? Is Radiys involved in another thing ...
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VirtualBox networking (inception computing) [on hold]

I am new to world of networking and now I am trying to connect 3 PC`s together. I have windows 7 host that runs Ubuntu64-bit server guest, that runs ubuntu32 server guest. Win7- Host Only network ...
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Using IIS to give domain name to external site

At my workplace we are currently hosting our own website on a windows server using IIS. We've now had a new public website created by our marketer using SquareSpace and we want to be able to point our ...
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Can't access from outside process running in a Docker container

I'm trying to run a gameserver inside a docker container on my server but I'm having troubles connecting to it. I created my container and started my gameserver (which is using port 7777) inside it. ...
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DNAT not forwarding to correct (local) IP address

I'm trying to port-forward a HTTPS service which uses different SSL certificates for each of the several IP addresses on the machine. Web server listens on each IP address on the internal port (444) ...
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What can I do to improve a business-oriented network that only has access to 3 6Mb/1.5Mb lines with 15-30 clients?

I work at an e-commerce based business in a 16k warehouse. The only available ISP solution is AT&T, with each 6Mb/1.5Mb line costing $50 and fiber optic being an option for $800/mo at 20Mb/20Mb. ...
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What can I do to improve a business-oriented network that only has access to 3 6Mb/1.5Mb lines with 15-30 clients? [duplicate]

I work at an e-commerce based business in a 16k warehouse. The only available ISP solution is AT&T, with each 6Mb/1.5Mb line costing $50 and fiber optic being an option for $800/mo at 20Mb/20Mb. ...
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NIS client is not able to change password using yppasswd in OpenSuse 13.2?

NIS Server - OpenSuse 12.1 NIS Clients - OpenSuse 13.2 At NIS Client: nisuser@opensuse13.2:~> yppasswd yppasswd is deprecated, use /usr/bin/passwd instead Changing password for nisuser. Old ...
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Securing Windows Server 2012 from the internet

I've placed my direct internet connection into the public profile for the firewall and started disabling every rule to block all but RDP. The only rules I am not sure about are these Core Networking ...
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windows server 2012 disable automatic lockscreen/logout after end session

I'd like to disable disable automatic lockscreen/logout after end session. I need this because autoit scripts being automaticly stopped as I close remote desktop.
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AWS + KeepAliveD: Not able to Ping or Telnet Virtual IP from remote hosts

I am setting up KeepaliveD with 2 nodes on AWS by following this article. My Virtual IP gets moved from one node to another in case of fail-over. However, the VIP just cannot be accessed from a remote ...
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KVM fastest network between 2 guests

I wonder if there is any way to speed up the network communication between 2 KVM guests on the same physical machine. Would that help at all if I would configure a separate bridge network for just ...
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Hostname is not mapped to the ip address correctly [on hold]

I recently installed Wordpress on my home server running Arch Linux. Everything else works smoothly except that when try to access the server externally, the style sheet is not rendered. I have read ...
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How to use lan ip on outside server [on hold]

I have a D-Link Router with Static Ip Address. That ip is located in sri lanka. Now i have a vps in usa. But i want to use that sri lanka ip on my vps as main server ip. It is possible? If possible ...
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Can't access host-only network when on two interfaces [migrated]

I'm trying to use a host-only connection with my VirtualBox VM. My VM is set up and can ping the host (192.168.56.1) on vboxnet0. If I disconnect the host from my local network (internet access) I ...
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IP on different subnet mask [on hold]

I'm still learning the ropes of Windows Server (specifically 2012R2). My assigned task is to setup a static local IP address, I managed to get it set to 192.168.1.96 (with subnet mask 255.255.255.0) ...
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How to extend the VLAN defined in the Ethernet network into the WiFi network? [on hold]

How to extend the VLAN that you have defined in the Ethernet network into the WiFi network?
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ip command vs qdisc discrepancy in dropped packets

I am simulating packet loss via mininet network on Ubuntu 14.04. Why are there no dropped packets showing up in ip command? For switch s3, I have Qdisc (sudo tc -s qdisc show): qdisc htb 5: dev ...
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Proxying request from nginx docker container to tomcat docker container (all inside Vagrant VM)

Running a Vagrant (virtualbox) VM with two docker containers inside, nginx and tomcat. Want to host static files in nginx container and proxy web requests to the tomcat container. I've read up on ...
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Broadcomm 53393 ethernet switch [on hold]

Anyone worked on this before ? Tried to work with very limited documentation. Need someone who has past experience or can point me to a reference source.
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Solaris 5.10 telnet connection closed by foreign host

I try to connect to a Solaris 5.10 server using telnet, but I only see: $ telnet xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Trying xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx... Connected to xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. Escape character is '^]'. Connection closed by ...
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changing IP for specific host DNS entry in BIND for dedicated server [duplicate]

changing IP for specific host DNS example (test.com) entry in BIND to point to different IP let say my 2nd dedicated server IP. I have dedicated server hosting on data centre running BIND9, connected ...
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Captive portal detection by Apple Oses, iOS 'splash CNA popup' does not show?

I built a captive portal (Linux Debian router), providing a WifiHotspot based on hostapd and iptables rules ( like this: ...
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Connection from application on network share fails

EDIT: I tested some more...If I copy nslookup from the Windows directory to my mapped network drive, it cant' resolve hostnames: H:\nslookup dbserver (null) UnKnown Address: 192.168.0.195 If I ...
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how can you use routers as a repeater [closed]

hi i am new to networking i am moving to new house in a few months and i need to know if i can use a router as repeater without custom firmware. if it helps will be using this moderm/moderm router ...
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KVM assign host VLAN to guest [on hold]

Let's say we have the following setup: --------> KVM host 1 -----------------> Guest 1 - vlan1 | vlan1 - 10.10.10.1 - 10.10.10.3 Switch / Router ...
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response ping is expired in transit [duplicate]

I've configured my debian's network on virtual box: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.56.15 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway ...
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How do websites know how many packets the user can handle [on hold]

how do services know how to not send too many packets. e.g. netflix. When you're streaming how does it know how many packets you can handle without your internet crashing. If you chose to watch in HD ...
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Import a vm image to a new host machine with virt-manager

I need to recover a guest machine with Windows 2003 on a new host server on Centos 7 with virt-manager. I've shut down a guest machine and simply copied its .img file from /var/lib/libvirt/images. ...
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Two network adapters for a machine to double the transfer speed

i am new to this. In my scenario, i have a desktop pc running windows 7 and planning to set up a local web server using xampp for big file transfer in the lab. The problem is that,there are 80 ...
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BGP routing table [on hold]

I'm currently trying to understand how BGP works. Unfortunately, I'm running on an OSX system and tried to install some BGP simulation, i.e. Core, Imunes, psimulator2, c-bgp, for hours without ...
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Azure Load Balancer, Internal Network Limits

The Issue: Cannot create sufficient socket connections to VMs, going from Azure VM -> Azure VM. There have been a few questions about Azure Load Balancer, perhaps because there is currently little ...
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Millions of TCP FIN-ACK retransmissions from Google blocking traffic on my desktop machine

In a few minutes I have received about 7 millions(!) FIN-ACK packets from IP address that belongs to Google 74.125.133.188 what totally blocked network traffic on my desktop(!) machine. Other ...
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Intermittent server LAN drop

I've been trying to hunt down a network issue we've been having for a while. We have two Dell T310 servers running Windows Server 2008 R2 on them. Quite a few users have complained that they get ...
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How to mount network drive as local disk?

I have some resource, which I can open by address \\dir\bin. I want to mount this resource on disk Z. In other words, I want to have path like Z:\file1.txt and get file \\dir\bin\file1.txt. I tried ...
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Creation of a guest Wireless network 802.1X - easy to configure out of the box on clients (android, ios, computers,..)

I would like to create a Guest wireless network with 802.1X (WPA enteprise). On the client side, it must be easy to configure, so the users can enter a login and password during the authentication ...
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Windows Server 2012 two out going connections

I have a server with several Ethernet ports. I have the first 3 bridged together for the local network. The 4th is plugged into the modem which is giving it a public IPv4 address. How do I tell the ...
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setting up linux router

I have setup three Ubuntu VMs in vmware. These are connected as: Now I want to use UBUNTU2 as router, so that when I run these commands in UBUNTU1, I get response from UBUNTU3, commands: ping ...
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Cisco 1941 HWIC Prohibitions

I recently upgraded our Cisco 1941/K9 router (see figure 4 here) to include an additional HWIC (HWIC-2FE) without issue. During my research for an applicable module to provision the necessary ports I ...
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HA-Proxy 301 re-direct: https to https://www

I am trying to have HA-Proxy 301 redirect an https domain. I need: https://example.com to redirect to https://www.example.com This is what I was trying to get it to work: # corp - example.com ...
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What does a switch do with invalid VLAN tagged traffic?

Say you're plugged into a switch that allows TAGGED 2; and treats UNTAGGED 5. However, say you tag your traffic 10... which isn't "valid" on that port. What happens to any traffic you send?
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What is this configuration in /etc/network/interface means? [closed]

What is this configuration means? auto INTERFACE_NAME iface INTERFACE_NAME inet manual up ip link set dev $IFACE up down ip link set dev $IFACE down Thanks alot.