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How does TCP (and other packet-based protocols) avoid conflicting bits?

Turns out I'm just a little dumb and forgot my OSI model. For anyone else wondering, collision detection is handled by CSMA/CD, part of the L2 stack.
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lsof doesn't show the established TCP connection

The only possibility I can think is that the port number is getting listed as a service name instead of port (see /etc/services). Adding "-P" argument would prevent this port name listing ...
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Early warning of port exhaustion in Linux

if you simply type netstat, then yes, a system or device with thousands of connections will take some resources. It will try to resolve all those IPs! When you're watching connections, use netstat -n (...
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Every four hours after reboot TCP connections fail to establish, while ICMP ping is still OK

I don't know why it was happening with this exact time interval but I finally discovered that I have same IP in the network. It's a surprising thing for me that system doesn't signal about identical ...
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Early warning of port exhaustion in Linux

you could write a bpf software using bpftrace to watch all connections opening and closing and maintain counters for each client,server,server port combination. That seems to be overly complex for ...
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Redis cannot bind a specific ip address?

As far as I understand, the "bind" is like an "allow connections from this ip"but I might've misunderstood it. You have. The configuration file for redis is fairly self ...
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