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DNS. Every network should have name services, sometimes bundled or integrated as DNS, DHCP, and IPAM (DDI).


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You need a static route on the outer router for the 10 network that points to the inner router interface , and a default route on the inner router that points to the outer one.


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You can specify the ip and the port where apache is listening using the directive "Listen" https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/bind.html


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No, IP rotation doesn't work for web servers. Public web sites need to expose something to be accessible, likely a load balancer or proxy in front of web servers. Cloudflare meant to contrast it with their origin hiding HTTP2 tunnel. All access is through their security oriented network.


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Let's start by checking the man page. Sadly, it is ambiguous at best. Percentage Options These options are defined to all but esic. … … -t Available for tcpsic and tcpsic6 only, the percentage of TCP packets with bad TCP checksum. … So the -t option applies to isic per the "defined to all but esic" part. Yet it also ...


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The traffic flow you describe, from internal system-A to WAN IP-address of NAT-router-A where port-forwarding happens, is called hair-pin NAT. (See for instance this Q&A for a more lengthy description of the traffic flows and perils.) Depending on how hairpin NAT has been implemented in your NAT router, you may see that the source address of the SSH ...


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You don't need VLAN's at all. Just assign all of the devices with an ip address in the same network, such as 192.168.1.0/24.


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