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Web service listen on Public and Private IP address

I'm trying to get some applications of ours to listen on the Public IP address of the server. Due to the complex nature of these systems we cannot change the behavior of the applications or what IP ...
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Proxy / IP clouds, how do companies acquire them?

I have seen a number of companies providing proxy clouds or IP clouds, whereby each of your web requests ultimately goes out through a random IP/proxy. You send your request to their IP and they ...
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DHCP range starts with 194.77.30. Could that lead to problems?

Just noticed that our Lancom router has a DHCP range of 194.77.30.50 - 150. Could that lead to problems? Because sometimes some devices can’t be reached (with static IPS above that range like ...
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Can I point a .org domain name to a private IP address?

I purchased a .org domain from network solutions and I was thinking about using it for a intranet website running IIS6. I don't want this to be a public facing website. How would I set this up?
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What is the origin of the private network address 192.168.*.*?

I had a smart (but non-technical) user ask me today: Why did they pick 192.168.. for a private network address? The only answer I could come up with is because 192 = 11000000 in binary. And 168 is ...