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Show real TCP/IP addresses behind Nginx environment

When i execute the command netstat -atun | awk '{print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sed -e '/^$/d' |sort | uniq -c | sort -n I see high number of connection assigned to server ip I want to see the real ...
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What could be the cause for outbound TCP/IP traffic beeing blocked while ICMP is still working?

On a Windows Server 2003 there is a strange issue. Every 6 hours the server don't accept outbound TCP/IP traffic while inbound traffic working fine. If the problem occurs I can connect with RDP to ...
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2answers
52 views

Is recipient's MAC address necessary for TCP connections across the internet? [closed]

I want to estabilish TCP connection over the internet between 2 computers which are in different local networks (the local networks use wifi). I have looked for description of TCP protocol, ...
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3answers
43 views

How many packets will it take to send particular data?

If I know the maximum packet size is 1500 bytes say for Ethernet frame v2 then for example I want to transfer 1 KB over the Internet which is roughly 1024 bytes. Will the packet be split into many ...
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1answer
54 views

Several Server Errors (No database connect, can't create TCP/IP socket etc

My server stops taking requests on my website today. It works for some time, but then the server just stops working and throws several errors: 500 Internal Server Error Warning: mysql_connect(): ...
2
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1answer
50 views

Request to server x Reply from server y

I need some advice from you guys: I'm dealing with a custom loadbalancer/software for which we will use 2 main servers and about 8 slave servers. In short: User sends request to main server, main ...
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2answers
221 views

How long are fragmented TCP fragments kept in the TCP server

Suppose that a given TCP fragment is fragmented into two IP datagrams, and that the first datagram arrives to the TCP server, but the second datagram never arrives. After a certain amount of time the ...
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268 views

Is TCP/IP encapsulation MSB or LSB?

Application data sent over TCP experiences multiple encapsulations: The application data is encapsulated within one or many TCP fragments The TCP fragment is encapsulated within one or many IP ...
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1answer
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Why am I seeing dropped packets in the NIC stats on my Ubuntu server?

I see dropped packets using ifconfig on my eth0 interface: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:15:17:0d:03:ca inet addr:10.0.1.2 Bcast:10.0.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 UP BROADCAST ...
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1answer
767 views

pfSense routing between two routers with shared network

I have a network set-up using two pfSense routers arranged like this:- DMZ1 WAN1 WAN2 DMZ2 | | | | | | | | \___ PF1 PF2___/ | ...
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Can ping servers but cannot connect to them

Sorry in advance if this question is a bit newbi-ish. I downloaded Microsoft Connection Manager and added multiple .rdg files for different servers I need to access. I can browse to only a few of ...
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Why would one server be sending DUP ACK packets to one PC, which is responding with HTTP RST packets?

I'm not a network profressional, so please excuse any wrong language. I was debugging why my DNS traffic was a constant 160Kbps on our corporate network. I opened up a wireshark trace, and I see one ...
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463 views

Share one IP address with a simple router

We have just moved into a new office and have been given our 'internet connection' in the following form: One Ethernet cable in the corner of the room An IP address with subnet mask 255.255.255.0 ...
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1answer
754 views

How to utilise netstat information

We have an application named "Seamer" installed on 2008R2 machine named "R2DUO" which has IP address set as 192.61.247.37 in host file and 172.26.127.40 is IP address of Ethernet card .We have two ...
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345 views

Local Area Network (LAN) communication protocol

I'm a bit confused, and was wondering if someone can set me straight. Under a Local Area Network (LAN), what is the communication protocol for the data packets under i.e. ethernet CAT5 cable that ...
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1answer
573 views

Using iptables to redirect according to pattern-matching (--string)

what I want to do is to redirect web traffic in this way: Every request to port 80 that HTTP GETs a given address should be redirected to a particular port (4444). Every other request goes to port ...
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2answers
442 views

Several load-balancing servers listening on single IP/port?

Let's say I have a fully working, load-balanced application server environment. All servers have to fail-over gracefully. It's relatively easy to do with the application servers, but how can I ...
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1answer
138 views

Congestion Control in TCP [closed]

Why is the threshold set to one half of the current congestion window size when the timer expires at the sender?
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why there is a large difference during the 1st and 2nd packet and then a very small difference between the 2nd and 3rd packet in the TCP handshake?

Why there is a big difference in the time elapsed between the SYN and SYN-ACK and then a much lesser difference between the time elapsed from SYN-ACK and the last ACK during the TCP 3-way Handshake?
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1answer
312 views

ICMP destination unreachable

I am working on an arch linux machine with ethernet interface eth1. I have created interface eth1:0 using ifconfig and given it a dummy hw address (00:01:02:03:04:05). When I send a UDP packet to a ...
2
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1answer
82 views

Testing my Load Balancer

To test my Load Balancer I would need to create several TCP/IP connections (from one host). Which tool can be used to create this sessions with different source-ip addresses? (no worries, only in my ...
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2answers
1k views

When does a browser send HTTP payload separately from the HTTP request?

Under what circumstances would you expect a web browser split an HTTP request into two IP packets, even if the sum of the packet sizes is still less than the maximum segment size? I would assume that ...
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3answers
185 views

TCP/IP- what is it exactly? [closed]

I know that this question sounds stupid, but over all these years, I still have difficulty explaining TCP/IP to people. I don't completely get it myself, and even after reading up on it, the ...
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1answer
378 views

Hardware won't respond to each others ARP requests

I have two pieces of hardware (embedded devices) that I have setup to communicate via TCP over Ethernet in a client/server fashion. The topology of the network is as follows: ----- | S ||=|== Debug ...
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3answers
219 views

In Linux, how do I send packets of a certain size to an IP?

What commands can you run? (must be via the terminal)
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1answer
149 views

No transmission via IP

I'm using netstat on Win XP to check protocol transmission details for TCP, IP, and ICMP. There is transmission only in TCP. No transmission in ICMP is understandable since it's for errors and I ...
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2answers
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Why is iptables not dropping packets?

I have the following rule in our iptables config file /etc/sysconfig/iptables -A INPUT -s 84.23.99.97 -j DROP And when I do iptables --list I get the following Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) target ...