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

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Multiple Gateways on LAN

This is more a theoretical question. Let's assume we have a Firewall/DG (with a connected WAN) on LAN IP 192.168.1.1. All external DNS records for incoming services like OWA, FTP etc. point to this ...
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routing subnet - can not get to all hosts

I'm trying to set up a network with routing between two different subnets via a 3rd subnet. Below is a diagram showing the setup with the two routers that run CentOS. ************ * 10.0.0.1 * // ...
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How to reduce latency? [closed]

I am looking to build something where you can have a workstation/server in one location, and access it remotely using a video stream of the screen to do as you wish. My reason for wanting low latency ...
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Migration to Cisco Nexus 3064-T

In my environment I have 9 ESXi servers (ProLiant DL360 G7 & DL360p Gen8) and NetApp FAS2240 that is used for storage (NFS datastores). Currently, we have 1Gbps network with multiple VLANs ...
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Master and slave devices talking to each other through another device with two interfaces. All in the same network

I have three devices, one is a master which will talk with the slave and Device3 but it is only physically connected to the Device3. The slave will speak only with the master(also through the ...
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Access my home network printer while I am using VPN to connect to work [migrated]

(If you feel that this question belongs rather to SuperUser, please let me know in the comments and I will move it there. I wasn't sure.) When I work from home, I am connected to the resources in my ...
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Newbie Confused about IP address assignments [closed]

Fellas, i'm a newbie learner about the whole Networking thing and im confused about how ip-address assignments work and communication occur. If someone can please explain this to me, i'd be very much ...
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Logging traffic in a file? [closed]

today I'm looking for a tool that allows me to log any traffic that goes in and out. It would be perfect if it would store that data in text files on the server. Does anyone have a tool like this? ...
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Create new subnet over existing subnet

I have three servers that currently have ips 192.168.1.1, 192.168.1.2, and 192.168.1.3. They can see each other and talk to each other. I would like to create a second subnet, on top of the ...
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How does udp work when links en route have different speeds? [closed]

My understanding of UDP is that it is a best effort protocol. The data is simply sent and may or may not get there. If I am sending data from A to B using UDP over the Internet and the first link ...
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2 networks on unmanageable switch [closed]

I have 2 ISP's in my office and both are connected in one switch. One is TATA and one is ACT. TATA will release IP's from their server (100.118.11.1 series). I have connected AP's in my switch, so ...
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Pinging <anything>.google resolves to 127.0.0.53 [duplicate]

Ok, this is weird. I didn't know the Google Aprils joke URL (it's http://com.google FYI), so I put http://google.google into my Chrome browser, and got returned a default IIS landing page. Turns out ...
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telnet cannot connect to port without firewall

If I try to connect to MySQL with telnet myhost.com 3306 I get a network not reachable error, even when I flush all iptables rules. I can reach other ports like ssh (with the same iptables rules ...
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Using a computer with many COM ports as a low cost out of band solution?

I'm trying to come up with a cheapo out of band solution for my cisco routers in our data center. I want to be able to access them directly from the console remotely so if they are not accessible from ...
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routings between 2 network card

I have 2 nics on running 2012r2 server. RRAS is configured to provide vpn access through n/w Card1. N/w card 1 is connected to the internet with dhcp ip address. 2nd n/w card connected to internal ...
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Brocade 6740T connect to management port

I'm having trouble connecting to the management port of my Brocade 6740T switch. Here's my setup: external network --> dumb switch --> Brocade 6740T --> servers | ...
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Make VNC available without opening non-ssh ports to the WAN

I have a local network consisting of a gateway router/firewall running dd-wrt, a machine running OS X called mac, and a Debian host named ssh-server. The firewall forwards port 22 to ssh-server. I ...
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redirect traffic from 127.0.0.1:5003 to external interface

I have an application that exposes Web Services on the loopback address 127.0.0.1:5003 so they are only available to the localhost. Is it possible to redirect traffic from there to the external ...
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Can ping but not connect to Samba

I have installed Samba on my machine (192.168.178.50) and altered /etc/samba/smb.conf to add a share: [vs] comment = Visual Studio path = /home/mrt/Dokumente/vs/ browseable = yes read only = no ...
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How to use two different ISP on same LAN with one Ethernet switch?

Sorry if same question is asked on Stackoverflow. I searched and tried some configuration but are not working in my case. I have a LAN with 6 machines which are on same network (each other can be ...
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CoreOS on VirtualBox only works with one adapter at a time [migrated]

I'm trying to learn more about CoreOS. (I'm not using Vagrant, just plain-old VirtualBox.) So I created a disk using coreos-install. Unfortunately, I can't find my original cloud-config.yaml file, but ...
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Draytek Vigor 2860 multiple external IP-addresses

I've bought a DrayTek Vigor 2860 for my company network. And I'd like to use it for two VLANs with separated external IP's. I have 6 LAN ports on my DrayTek. For example: External IP-adres: ...
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Is there a way to control Internet usage on LAN? [closed]

I have a network with many client PCs. I have to block Internet access for some of the users and allow it for others. Is there a way that can control Internet access, or filter and allow based on MAC ...
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Cannot connect to the Internet, Limited Access(Ethernet), Windows Server 2012

I am using a Windows Server 2012 for my institute, due to connectivity issues I uninstalled the services AD DS, DHCP, DNS. But after the uninstall the server is unable to connect to the Internet, ...
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Setting up a small network with a redundant WAN setup

Asked on the network stack but referred here, partly because lower grade equipment. Small office and we are trying to piece together a network with our two wans (diff ISPs) a switch and a few ...
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Network Vicinity View doesn't show agent managed PCs

Network Vicinity View in my SCOM only shows other network devices+management server, but does not show any agent managed computers, why is that? Or is it supposed to be like that and i'm missing ...
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Can iSCSI and Internet work on same NIC? [closed]

I have a Synology RS815+ that supports iSCSI with 4 GbE ports. I have two Mac Mini's (2014) with built-in GbE and a TB to GbE adapter. All 8 connections are tied to the same switch, with client ...
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Does Windows Network Load Balancing require any specific ports to be open?

I have two Windows 2012 servers, joined in a Windows Network Load Balancing cluster. I have been trying to find how the NLB heartbeat message is exchanged between those servers (to make sure it will ...
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Does TCP's MSS hide a mismatched intra-LAN MTU?

I'm trying to understand how mismatched MTUs behave in a network. Suppose two hosts are able to talk to each other through an Ethernet-based network. The network and host A are configured for jumbo ...
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Connect two infiniband cards to each other without a switch

Is it possible to connect two Mellanox ConnectX-2 cards on two seperate computers to each other without a switch in between? I am just trying to learn to use verbs programming without having to spend ...
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What is the best way to configure an iDRAC/dell server in a public data center such that the idrac doesn't have to be exposed public facing

I have a server right now in a data center behind an OpenVPN using the client on the box to connect to the vpn server. I'm going to install the iDRAC and want to know how to best configure the ...
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Unknown device showing up in network scan

I need some help finding a device that has been showing up whenever I scan my network using Spiceworks' "Inventory" scan. I can ping the device, but nslookup returns a non-existent domain, and ...
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PXE or other : deploy images on single board computers (SBC)

We have a few SBCs of various modeles (but a lot of freescale). When received, these SBCs are bare (no BIOS/U-boot). We generate linux embedded images with Yocto (using U-boot as bootloader), and we ...
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Proxmox: 1 NIC, 1 Public IP, unable to get WAN interface working in VMs

I have a computer running Proxmox, and it has 1 single NIC that is directly connected to internet and has a single public IP. Then, I have different VMs (KVM) running and one of them is pfSense. What ...
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NFS Server “outbound” bandwidth consumption

I need to understand about something in NFS (Server). Let say i have: Two Different Clouds (One Server on each) One NFS Server One Apache Server (as the NFS Client) with a NFS Mounted Directory ...
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Infiniband cable

What is the difference between an active and a passive cable? What is the difference between QSFP and QSFP+? Given the choice between copper and fiber, for a very short distance like 3 feet max, is ...
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configure two routers to one T1

We have a router hooked up to our T1, and the router went down the other day and caused our phones to go down so i had an idea to use a backup router. I know very little about networking. Is it ...
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PXE boot to ISO file

I have an ISO file for an HP diagnostics boot. Rather than burning a CD for every single computer I want to run diagnostics on, I'm wondering if I could load this file onto a server and allow the ...
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reg query inside unknown keystring

Is there a way to reg query into an unknown keystring? What I mean by this is if I do reg query HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\ the entries will ...
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Active directory creates network issues

I have an OpenStack virtualization environment, where I created 3 VMs using the same Windows Server 2012R2 image. Each machine is syspreped after initial deployment. My goal was setting up a simple AD ...
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How can I configure multiple tap interfaces for a single KVM virtual machine

I am trying to setup a VM using Linux KVM for a F5 BIG-IP VE deployment (used in a lab) ...
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How can you calculate IP address subnet ranges? [duplicate]

If you're given: Number of needed subnets: 2 Network Address: 195.223.50.0 I can answer the following: Address Class: C Default Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Custom Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.192 ...
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problems triggering a build in Jenkins with bitbucket-plugin

I installed Jenkins using Turnkey-Linux Jenkins-VM, running in a virtual server environment (Windows host in Virtualbox) with a local private IP address and operating on port 80. The development team ...
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Network get very slow at noon everyday [closed]

My network gets very slow every workday starting at noon until around 1 PM. No updates are planed during that time. What could be the possible reasons why this is happening?
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Creating a Network Diagram with .pcap [closed]

I have a Wireshark .pcap Capture of around 500k packets and I would like to enumerate a Network Diagram with all the Routers, Switches, PCs etc. Is there a tool that I could use to automatically ...
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Seperation of network traffic\routes

In a lab environment I have 4 VLANs: VLAN10 -> Management (192.168.10.0/24) VLAN20 -> Service (192.168.20.0/24) VLAN30 -> Administration (192.168.30.0/24) VLAN50 -> Public (192.168.50.0/24) ...
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why do all softphones fail to authenticate after receiving 401 unauthorized from Asterisk?

When I attempt to connect to the Asterisk server from CSipSimple, over a Cisco router, on the same network, Asterisk logs show the attempted connection: <-------------> [Mar 23 20:01:34] ...
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Route programming to allow a separate subnet on a 2nd NIC to connect through the 1st NIC's internet connection [closed]

Good morning folks, Networking is not my strong suit, and after reading up on route programming and IP routing, I am now thoroughly confused and in need of guidance. I have a Windows 7 Pro machine ...
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Procurve script/automation

This may be a stupid question, but I'm normally not a network admin, but circumstances have me there. I'm trying to disable down ports on a switch, but have a boatload of them, I'd like to configure ...
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Are CSU/DSUs still used for modern equipment?

My understanding is that CSU/DSUs are no longer used anymore for modern equipment because cable connections like Ethernet come with fixed bit rates. Is this true? Do correct me if I'm wrong.