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Aug
22
comment What determines whether the FQDN is interpreted as IPv6 or IPv4?
Okay, found it here: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc. But it is empty.
Aug
22
comment What determines whether the FQDN is interpreted as IPv6 or IPv4?
Where can I find my local hosts file on Windows Vista?
Aug
22
comment Access server via IP v6?
How can I get to orange.kame.net from 2001:200:dff:fff1:216:3eff:feb1:44d7 in my browser?
Aug
21
comment How is packet collision avoided in full duplex mode?
Why do we need "a pair" each for sending and receiving? Why wouldn't one for sending and one for receiving suffice?
Aug
17
comment What are commodity servers?
We expect them to be cheaper because they stop scaling. If they are not low quality as such, why do they stop scaling (and hence why are they cheaper)?
Aug
17
comment What are commodity servers?
"freely available parts"? I think I didn't understand that right. What parts of a server are freely available?
Aug
15
comment Why don't I get an error accessing https://google.com?
https://google.com redirects you to http://www.google.com, https://www.google.com doesn't.
May
11
comment How does too many requests make a server crash?
@TFM: Does this mean that the server is still handling requests, just that my request is too long way back in the queue for it to handle properly?