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Windows network failing, not present on linux clients

got a really strange one for you all. I have a network setup using a linux machine as a gateway between various network segments (on seperate nic's) and virtual machines (one of which is a mail ...
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Long access time for static web page on virtual machine [migrated]

My setup Windows 7 on workstation that I use at work (with domain) and home (no domain) Virtual machine (VMWare) that runs Arch Linux (I will call it just "Linux") with network interface in bridged ...
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Standards for evaluation of quality of Internet access services [closed]

On the site of Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center ( http://www.psc.edu/index.php/hpn-ssh ) shows detailed procedures for system tuning under various operating systems to provide a high bandwidth ...
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Route VPN Traffic From Linux Box To Windows Box

We have a VPN client running on Windows (because that's the only OS the VPN client will run on) and we have some linux boxes that need to route traffic through that VPN for 10.x.x.x IPs. I'm not sure ...
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Accidentally set .255 IP address - how can I ssh to the machine?

A server's static IP address got set to x.x.x.255 on a Windows network, but apparently .255 addresses are broadcast addresses to windows. So now I can't connect to the box from my Windows machine. ...
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Linux/Samba: Broadcast Linux server name on the Windows network?

In order to test my web development work, I've setup a Linux VM on my computer. I'm using Adapter Bridging (instead of NAT) so that I don't have to worry about setting up port forwarding. It works ...
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How to remap IPs visible from local machine to IPs visible from a machine I have SSH access to?

I'm so far out of my depth I don't even know what to google for. There's a server I can connect to via SSH. Via that server I can access other server on its subnet via SSH. What I want to do is be ...