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

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How to use a Tone Generator to trace a network cable

We have a tone generator kit for tracing network cables, but I am having trouble using it correctly. The tone generator end plugs into the network cable I am trying to trace, and then I assume I ...
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Nginx 1.8 Configuration Problems

Here is the problem : (I'm new to NGinx, read about it, but didn't find my working solution yet.) I'm on a Windows system. My projects file system is located there : E:/www/ here is a project ...
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How to configure host only adapter for solaris 11 guest in virtualbox

Usually when I create a new Linux VM I enable 2 adapters in the virtual machine, the first one connected to NAT (for the internet), and the second to the Host Only Network adapter so I can ssh to the ...
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Assign physical interface to docker exclusively

I would like to run a high performance network test in a docker container, and do not want the overhead of bridging (so pipeworks won't work AFAIK). I would like to assign (in addition to the normal ...
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Cache HTTPS Static Assets

I will be managing a network for an African College with limited Internet access. To help reduce network traffic and increase browsing speed, I was hoping to setup a Squid like caching server. ...
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How can I configure my network to allow bi-directional traffic between two lans?

Here's my current setup: (and it may require reworking): 2 LAN networks - 192.168.41.0, 192.168.21.0 2 Public IP's (they are assigned to us by specifying MAC Addresses - not subnetted) ...
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Multiple DHCP Offers - Which is selected?

I have created a testing scenario in VMWare for a man in the middle attack using DHCP spoofing. It's for a college project. Windows 8 machine bridged to host adapter Kali linux bridged to host ...
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IP Conflicts from mikrotik router for multiple ip addresses (that it isnt assigned)

I have a point to point wireless connection using two mikrotiks. When I plug the mikrotik into a switch with just my laptop I get an IP address conflict on my machine no matter what IP I am assigned. ...
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How to set up Kali in VirtualBox with dsl modem? [on hold]

Anyone can help me to get internet inside my Kali? On another VB host I have Windwos 8 and all works fine here is ipconfig: Connection-specific DNS Suffix . : Link-local IPv6 Address . . . . . : ...
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Can I connect many switches to a switch? [on hold]

I am trying to make a campus network.I haven't any experience. In campus,there are center building and many buildings.I use many switches(for pc,phone,sec-cameras) in a building.And I want to connect ...
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Unable to access different subnet

Router ip: 192.168.3.1 Windows server: 192.168.3.50 (WLan) and 192.168.2.1 (LAN) PCs: 192.168.2.x I am able to access 192.168.3.50 from laptop (in 3.x network) but unable to access through other ...
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What happens when wifi channels overlap?

There are many pages on the web advising the use of wifi channels 1, 6 and 11 only, so that your wifi channels don't overlap. Obviously this makes sense when you only have your network do deal with, ...
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No network loopback device after security update ubuntu 12.04

I've had Ubuntu 12.04 on a server for the last several months, with everything working fine. Last night I did an aptitude update && aptitude safe-upgrade to bring in all the latest security ...
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xen Dom0 network setup on ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS

I read a lot of tutorials (or at least try to be) but none is able to explain well how to configure networks for xen host. my Dom0 has two interfaces eth0 (real interfaces) and virbr0 (I guess was ...
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How to set up a simple Cisco ISG config for controlling internet access

First off, here is my config so far. http://pastebin.com/fV2NGCE2 I've gone through a few guides online and the 15.2s manual and the xe3 manual for Cisco's ISG (intelligent services gateway) and ...
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Multi IPs on a Xen VM with bridging

While I am fairly new to XEN (running under Ubuntu 14.04) I've not had any real issues until now. I have set my networking using bridging and that has worked well for many different machines until ...
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Filter Traffic Between Virtual Machines

I have a machine with Fedora 21 which acts as a host system for two virtual machines. The VMs are made up using QEMU/KVM/libvirt/virt-manager. One VM is running a webserver, the other VM acts as a ...
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Exposing private network ip

I have the following setup: Box A eth0 - 192.168.1.101 eth1 - 10.10.2.1 Box B eth0 - 10.10.2.2 Box A has internet access through eth0. I want Box B to be visible on the 192.168.1.0/24 network, so ...
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Adding a virtual NIC to a 2008R2 server makes internet unreachable, why?

I currently have a Windows Server 2008R2 box with a single physical NIC. For what I want to do I need two network adaptors in the box. To accomplish this, I added a legacy hardware device "Network ...
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Windows Server 2012 Port Forward for Specifc Host

I am trying to have a specific host be redirected to another port when trying to access a service on port 80. So, when the client (192.168.1.22) requests a connection to the server (192.168.1.10) on ...
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DNS not working with Ipv6

I'm trying to configure bind for ipv6 protocol.I have added the entries to the zone and configuration files but still the ipv6 IPs are not returned when i try for nslookup.Can someone guide me to ...
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Adding extra IP to NIC causes connectivity issues for main IP (Win Server 2012 / IIS)

I am experiencing a very odd situation: I have set up 8 IP addresses in a single NIC (plus it's main IP) for use as a web server - and have 8 websites happily running in IIS8. (The server in ...
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Cannot connect to Openstack Instance via horizon, but SSH works?

I've got an OpenStack deployment running inside a VM for testing purposes. My setup is as follows: Host Ubuntu x64 with Virtualbox -> Guest Ubuntu x64 with OpenStack -> Ubuntu X64 Server Test ...
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Is it possible to tell whether two IP addresses belong to the same server?

Given two public IP addresses and the knowledge that are both on the same /27 network, would it be possible to determine from a remote location (i.e. different country) if they belong to one or two ...
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Access print server through firewall?

At my workplace, we have two fiber networks setup, one for the business network and the other for process control (industrial manufacturing). On the business network, there is a standard print server ...
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iptables 'rewrite' requests on a certain port?

Alright, my situation is basically this... I have a box that's acting as a router, with 2 interfaces, eth0 and eth1. eth1 is my uplink, that is it is the interface through which the box is obtaining ...
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RDP connection gives nca_s_fault_access_denied [migrated]

I have 2 PCs on the same network with fixed IP addresses and firewalls turned off. Windows 7 Professional and the service running on a Windows 7 Enterprise editon. System running with DCOM service. ...
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Network Error: no buffer space available

After some time of running fine, one of our Windows XP SP3 machines does not open some(!) new TCP/IP connections anymore. Putty says Network Error: no buffer space available, IE won't open any new ...
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Windows Server 2008 network speed slow, Xen 3.4.3 HVM ISO

I've setup a VM running Windows Server 2008 on a host node running Xen 3.4.3-5 and the following kernel: 2.6.18-308.1.1.el5xen #1 SMP Wed Mar 7 05:38:01 EST 2012 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux The network ...
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ipconfig slow to complete

Does anyone have any idea why ipconfig on Windows XP might take a 10-20 seconds to finish? It’s causing a timeout issue for me in an application.
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Copying packets from an interface to another

I have a Linux system (let it be A) with 2 ethernet cards, namely eth0 and eth1 which are attached to two totally unrelated LANs. Basically eth0 is used for normal application traffic and eth1 is ...
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Unable to connect via NetBIOS Name

I can't connect to machines/shares by NetBIOS names. Below is console output showing the problem. C:\>nbtstat -n Local Area Connection: Node IpAddress: [192.168.1.100] Scope Id: [] ...
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Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage

This morning I'm receiving complaints from several end users that saying their whole department network are slow and have intermittent. Therefore I've checked our firewall to see whether if something ...
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VMWare Fusion 7 - Troubleshooting Networking issue [closed]

Im running fusion on my OSX 10.10 (Yosemite). My VM is a Win 8.1. Because of the "developer" nature of this VM, I need to be able to access services it provides (eg: IIS+Web API) from other network ...
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Openwrt bridging issue between wireless and ethernet port [migrated]

I've this scenario: an AP connected to the STA wirelessly, the AP is a DHCP server I have following configurations in /etc/config/network of the AP: config interface lan option ifname 'eth1 ...
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Use a specific outbound IP with Docker

I have 3 network interfaces: docker0, eth0 and eth0:0 (alias). auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 1.2.3.4 netmask 255.255.255.0 network 1.2.3.0 broadcast ...
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Email storage server - NAS or SAN? [closed]

I'm looking for storage server that could store ~34TB (34 SSD disks of 1TB) of emails. I'm thinking about two NAS QNAP storage servers, but I'm not sure if it's OK to use NAS instead of SAN. Any help? ...
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Setting a default gateway which is on a different subnet

I work in a company which uses 3 subnets, 10.0.0.0/16, 10.1.0.0/16 and 10.2.0.0/16. The 3 subnets are connected using layer 3 switches (10.0.100.200, 10.1.100.200, 10.2.100.200), all of the machines ...
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How to build a Raspberry Pi CubeSAT? [closed]

Guys I want to build a demo Raspberry Pi CubeSAT setup. This thing I need to setup on my home-lab to research on TrafficSqueezer WAN optimization over CubeSATs. Does anyone did CubeSATs or experience ...
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Identify individuals behind SLAAC addresses

We're operating an IPv4 network (on ethernet & Wifi) in a student dorm with ~200 users and want to deploy IPv6 in the long term, with stateless autoconfiguration on a single /64 prefix. ...
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Network account problems with mac server OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard

Okay the situation is this. Yesterday my company changed our dns server, because our former one, was too unstable to work with. anyway today i went to one of our mac server, because it needed to be ...
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Redirect some specific traffic to a different gateway

I have two gateways with different ISP, one of them defined as default for the LAN user and the other ISP used as the default for the Servers and VPN traffic. This is done using regular routing tables ...
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KVM bridged network like in virtualbox

I have a server with 3 NIC's with OpenSUSE 13.2 and KVM installed. I have installed Debian as guest. My network is 192.168.88.0/24, DHCP server is at 192.168.88.1. Now I want my guest to also get a ...
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Any way to find unused IP addresses on my network?

How can I locate unused IP addresses on my network? The DHCP server keeps assigning the same address and I need a different IP address to test my application with. The software would need to run on ...
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pfSense in VMWare Cannot Access Web Control

I'm running VMWare ESXi Free on a rented box. I have 2 physical NICs, 1 connected to the Internet, one connected to the Private Network in our DC. Each NIC is connected to a vSwitch and each vSwitch ...
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Same number of clients - multiple WAPs vs Single WAP

We purchased a device that acts as a WAP through which you can connect a mobile device and share its content onto a projector or tv. My question is - if we have multiple deployments of this device, ...
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Avaya 4850 GTS & VSP 7000 - setting up a fibre trunk, no MLT

I'm a junior network/sys admin, and I'm stuck (and my seniors aren't sure what to do). I have a VSP 7000 switch which is a core switch. And a 4850 GTS switch which is like access switch. The switches ...
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Running OpenVPN on Xen node causes guest VM to view all inbound connections as originating from the node IP

I have two node servers running Xen 4.2 -- I'll call them Node A and Node B. Node A is running OpenVPN as the server. Node B is running OpenVPN as the client. Both nodes host a number of Xen guest ...
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With SonicWall, cannot access URL inside network

We have a website running on port 80 on our network. Port 80 is forwarded outside of the network, and it is accessible through a URL that points to the IP or the IP itself. However, inside the ...
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Testing UDP port connectivity

I am trying to test whether I can get to a particular port on a remote server (both of which I have access to) through UDP. Both servers are internet facing. I am using netcat to have a certain port ...