In trying to diagnose a failover problem with my Cisco ASA 5520 firewalls, I ran a traceroute to www.btfl.com and, much to my surprise, some of the hops came back as RFC 1918 addresses. Just to be ...
I am a bit stuck with an experiment of mine. I have a network looking somewhat like this. | Internet | | ---- |Switch| ---- | | Server w/pub IP ...
I am attempting to define a subdomain for a private network (RFC1918) behind a NAT firewall; let's call it priv.example.com. Normally, and from what I can gather on various websites, this could be ...
Using an Ubuntu 10.04 LTS server in a standalone environment and trying to use views to serve two different subnets of clients. Getting errors regarding the zones.rfc1918 file, so I'd like to know ...
Let's imagine a company that doesn't yet have a "professional" video conferencing solution so they use skype. Now, let's imagine that this company has lots of branch offices, many of which have one ...
I just started working at a small-medium sized business after graduating school. So much of my knowledge is high level concepts without a lot of hands on. My understanding that according to rfc1918 ...
Does pinging 127.0.0.1 work on your machine if it's not on the network? Can these two machine be on the same network? machine A (192.168.173.11) machine B (192.168.163.11)
Probably not the most useful question, but I'm curious: I understand (in theory) that if a reverse lookup for a private IP makes it makes it past your own DNS servers you should get back ...