TCP and IP are two important protocols used in networking today. Due to their importance, the Internet Protocol Suite is also commonly known as "TCP/IP"

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Windows XP SP3 TCP/IP No buffer space available

I have the exactly same problem as here: Windows XP TCP/IP No buffer space available On Windows XP Pro, SP3 if one does an experiment where one tries to open TCP/IP sockets in a loop (bascially, ...
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LVS Configuration issue (Using piranha Tool)

I have configured LVS on cent os using piranha tool .I am using vip of internal n/w as gateway for real server we have two NIC one having exteranl Ip and other for internal n/w which is on ...
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AFP / Apple Filling Protocol aka Netatalk access over Internet

I got a simple cloud server and thought it would be nice to have mac native afp Volumes accesss. Installed Netatalk and this seems to work pretty nice. No sensitive data or something but I don't ...
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Disabling Operating System TCP Management

Is there a way to disable TCP state management of OS, for example on a specific port, or on another ip or if not, disabling the whole tcp management and managing it in an application with root access? ...
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Using a broadcast or network ID as src IP in PPP?

In case of PPP, are we allowed to use any IP address including broadcast & network id as the source address? For example: 192.168.1.0, 192.168.1.255? One of the customer has configured a DHCP ...
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PING: timed out, host unreachable and succes all at once

Is there any logical explanation for this output? I can understand all of the three different results, but all three in one single run of PING? Could my router be defective? I have no internet ...
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TCP and Ports Connection

Can more than 1 TCP connection be active at the same time between the two ports on two different host? Please answer.
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TCP/IP performance tuning under KVM/Qemu

With more and more companies switching to public cloud services, I'm curious what you guys' thoughts are on TCP/IP tuning in the cloud. Is it worth bothering with? Given that you don't have access to ...
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How do I prevent excessive ARP requests sent from Windows Server 2003?

OK, I've scoured the 'net already for possible solutions and have found none. Maybe you guys can help me. I have a Windows Server 2003 setup, with a fixed IP on a routed LAN, standard /24 network. ...
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PC can't log into SQL Server on different peer network

I have a basic peer network (WORKGROUP) with PCs connected to sql server 2008 on a Windows 7 machine. I took one XP pc and the server home and connected to the server with no problems. When I plugged ...
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From TCP/IP network to IPX/SPX network? [closed]

Ok so can a computer from a TCP/IP network communicate with a computer from a IPX/SPX network? If so how will the routers handle the addressing scheme? And what if i wanna telnet that computer from ...
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Where is a TCP/IP connection established? [closed]

When a TCP/IP Connection is established, is all handled at the network interface (NIC) level or does it also hit the OS kernel? If so, is it expensive to the CPU (in terms of CPU cycles)?
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Determining cause of TCP/IP connect issue without traceroute

I'm trying to connect from a company network to a host (via HTTPS), but my attempts fail with timeout. I can resolve the host. I know the host is up. I know there is a firewall filtering by incoming ...
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How to optimize TCP / IP stack in Linux? [closed]

Currently I noticed there are about 15K open connections to localhost. It is mainly connecting to Memcached. I am clueless where I should start to optimize TCP/IP stack. Memcached support UDP, but ...
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Maintaining same TCP session, load balacing

With http live streaming (HLS) we need to deliver video segments one after other to the player to play them in a continuous fashion. Segments are present on many streaming servers and we would load ...
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why is TCP Connection state not changing from CLOSE_WAIT to CLOSED?

I have a client server application running in: Server: Windows server 2008 R2 [Standard] Client: Windows XP SP3 Workflow: Server listens for client connections at port YY. Client connects to server ...
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Where is the documentation that states TCP and UDP source port should be over 1024 and random?

I am having a hard time to find where it is documented that the source port should be random and in the range 1024-65535. In which RFC is this documented? Edit: First reference for privileged ports ...
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Detecting TCP/IP connection drop issues in my application

I have a desktop application which talks to a server using TCP/IP. It was working before but now we are running into an issue. The log message on the server shows that the socket is disconnected after ...
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How does tcp keep a connection alive? [closed]

In http ( over tcp) there is a header which called keep "alive" I dont understand how a connection can be open in tcp if all packets come from different source ( router decision - over the internet) ...
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Multiple Homed Windows 2008 Server / Windows 7 Client

I have a small Windows 2008 network, with some Windows 7 clients. The clients are both laptops with docking stations and I would like them to communicate with the Windows 2008 server (for filesharing) ...
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Nmap reporting incorrect results from an idle scan

I have a VPS that I was scanning to make sure everything is in check. A regular SYN scan reports that ports 25 and 80 are open (which they should be). When I run an idle scan however, I get back that ...
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Concerned about the content of ip_conntrack

Summary Server OS: Debian Squeeze Web Server: Apache2 IP Tables 'script': arno-iptables-firewall There are 170 entries in /proc/net/ip_conntrack on the server. At present, 134 of those relate to ...
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Why won't sql server express 2008 service restart after I enable TCP/IP Protocol?

Whenever I enable TCP/IP connections on my SQL Server Express 2008 database server running on Windows XP SP3, I cannot restart the service, it simply states "The request failed or did respond in a ...
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Issues changing netmask from /24 to /22 on local network

We currently have a network, 192.168.1.0/24. We are close to being out of numbers. If we change the netmask on our servers to /22 (255.255.252.0) all equipment (hosts) with 192.168.1.xx/24 will still ...
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Multiple systems with the same IP/subnet

Given multiple systems (embedded devices) on a LAN with a factory-set default IP of 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.0, is it possible to communicate with them using UDP broadcast and to receive an answer for ...
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What do all the settings in the Advanced TCP/IP Properties DNS Tab Mean?

Can someone explain TCT/IP > Properties > Advanced > 'DNS' tab please? I know what DNS, primary DNS suffix and DNS suffix are, but this tab has some confusing properties.
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How do I set up IP over FC?

I have 2 systems, with a Broadcom BCM5701 and a LSI7202p, of which are connected with a LC->SC cable. The cards are properly detected in Linux, however I wish to set up IP over FC. I've read online ...
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how to implement elastic ip like architecture in private server farm

what are the ways by which I can implement elastic ip like architecture in my private server farm? There is only one global ip available but I should be able to ssh any server from external network by ...
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Machine cannot communicate on local network any more

I have a machine that has a problem I've never seen and cannot understand. The machine is a Dell laptop with Windows 7 Ultimate. The user tried to do something fancy with this machine (bridging the ...
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Solaris VM Experiencing Frequent Timeouts

We are having an issue with all of our Solaris VMs. The issue we're seeing is frequent timeouts when when connecting via SSH or HTTP. It only seems to affect initial connections... when I connect via ...
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Backups take so long that the firewall closes the connection

A bit of a mashup of systems here, so bear with me. Essentially, I'm having some trouble using the Backup Exec agent for Oracle, while trying to backup a remote Linux server. The BE agent appears to ...
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connection established, waiting

I work for some administration. We are responsible for app development, I'm personnaly responsible for the software application servers (Glassfish) and there is a team which manages the infrastructure ...
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Trying to get DNS services running on Windows Server 2008 R2, what am I getting wrong?

Ok, So I am basically trying to get a home server pc up that will provide Domain name services, act as Mail server and web server. I have one static IP, well it's not officially static but hasn't ...
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Behaviour of solaris tcp stack with relatively high RTT and bursty traffic

I have an application that is distributing data from New York to Tokyo over TCP running Solaris 10. Mean throughput is < 1Mbps, peak throughput can reach 20-30Mbps for seconds at a time though ...
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How can i measure the load of a WAN Connection with Wireshark?

I have a 100 Mbit WAN connection and want to check the load on it for a week. So I put a hub (10/100Mbit) behind the WAN connection and connected a laptop with wireshark on it. Here is now my ...
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Users from my ISP's IP range can't hear my radio stream but others can

I'm streaming a radio via Shoutcast server from a PC in my office and ppl from around the world can hear it in browser or via wmedialayer/winamp, but people from my ISP (including me when I use outer ...
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How are IP addresses actually assigned?

I'm having a hard time understanding how a governing body assigns IP addresses, companies use BGP to advertise those IPs, and how the internet works. Then, where the hell does DNS come in? Can ...
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Can a TIME_WAIT connection be restored?

Is it possible to restore a connection that is in state TIME_WAIT? If not, I use raw packets (forgering the source), is it possible? (Please understand that I do not intend to do bad things, it's ...
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Why would you use IPv6 internally?

Of course, I realize the need to go to IPv6 out on the open Internet since we are running out of addresses, but I really don't understand why there is any need to use it on an internal network. I have ...
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different ACK behaviors (slowing down throughput?)

I'm running netio (http://freshmeat.net/projects/netio/) on one machine (opensolaris) and contacting two different Linux machines (both on 2.6.18-128.el5 ), machine A and machine B. Machine A has a ...
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What does this output from HPing mean?

hping command: hping3 -G --rroute $domain -i u1000 Result: len=80 ip=127.0.0.1 ttl=64 DF id=0 sport=0 flags=RA seq=176 win=0 rtt=0.2 ms (same route) len=80 ip=127.0.0.1 ttl=64 DF id=0 sport=0 ...
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Good packet generator tool for IPv6.. Does hping3 support IPv6? [on hold]

Does anyone of you know any good packet generator tool for IPv6. I am very familiar with hping3, but don't know if it supports IPv6. I am looking for something which can send, tcp, udp, icmp, and ...
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Building test environment inside Hyper-V - Adding machines into a Domain

I am currently building a test environment with 4 servers inside Hyper-V. One of the servers is a Domain Controller, the other servers will be a member of that domain. All machines are on an ...
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About the link layer of TCP/IP

I know there're ethernet,token ring,FDDI ,etc protocat the link layer, but how to know the exact protocol used to perform a specific task,like browsing a web page?
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Variable port forwarding dependant of iptables rules

I want to setup a special SMTP environment: two different SMTP servers that should be transparently accessed from SMTP clients. Let's say I have a RFC compliant Postfix running at 192.168.0.1:25 and ...
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Changing TCP/IP IPID sequence generation algorithm on Windows Server

a recent security review on a customers webserver yielded the following results: "[...] The system under test is using incremental ip ids. This means that every outgoing ip packet has an ...
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How to do MAC based one to one NAT on Linux?

I have a linux machine running ubuntu server with 2NICS (WAN and LAN). I want the LAN side machines to use the linux box as a gateway to get on the internet (WAN side). The only problem is that the ...
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Windows Server 2008 R2 IP Address Binding order

How do I set the order of multiple IP addresses all bound to one ethernet interface?
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Specifying a preferred route when there are multiple links to same network

I have a server with multiple interfaces and IP addresses on the same network. I would like for non-iSCSI traffic to exclusively use one of the interfaces, and for iSCSI traffic to exclusively use the ...
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Connecting to a Windows server that has an active VPN connection

In my company we connect to various customers using VPN. We have a dedicated Windows server where the VPN clients are installed, and if we need to do customer support, we have to physically log in to ...