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I just don't see the need to filter users differently in one single office. So I use DHCP, and one pool per location. When I need to know which port the user is connected to - I use simple technique: arp -an | grep <IP> -> show mac address-table address <MAC> on the switch (or show ether-switching-table | match <MAC>). After all this is ...
If you switches suppport it, you could use 802.1x computer authentication to dynamically assign a VLAN to the computer, wherever it is connected. Then the computer will always be in the correct VLAN and IP range. This require an authentication server, typically radius. A windows machine runinng Network Policy Server can act as a radius server that use ...
D-link is a world leader of crapware, so you probably should switch D-link to someting decent and see if it helps. Note: This advice is more helping that it seems at first look. I saved more networks with simply changing [D|TP]-link switches to Catalyst ones more times than I have answers accepted here.
Apache won't bind to your VIP because it is not configured on any network interface. To allow this to happen, you need to set a sysctl: sysctl net.ipv4.ip_nonlocal_bind=1 Apache can then do the bind, but of course no traffic will flow until the VIP is assigned to the machine.
In your httpd.conf check if you have an older 'Listen' directive active. By appending the new directive you can have two directives clashing. Else check if another process is listening on port 80 by running this: netstat -plant Hopefully you see something like this and kill it: Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State ...
The solution I have come up so far is: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -s 10.10.10.20 -d 22.214.171.124 --dport 53 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.10.10.10:53 iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp -s 10.10.10.20 -d 126.96.36.199 --dport 53 -j DNAT --to-destination 10.10.10.10:53 the same rules goes for other services if any. So far I have not met any pitfalls and it ...
Connect an Ethernet cable directly to your router, If the router is set to use DHCP, wait to get an IP on your computer, then open CMD and type ipconfig You will see the IP, Subnet and Default Gateway IP If you router is not using DHCP, assign the same IP range to your NIC (Same IP as your Phone Ex. If your phone is using 192.168.1.27, assign 192.168.1.200 ...
you can just visit https://www.whatismyip.com/ and the site will tell you what your external IP address is. Regards -- arl
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