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  • subneting .. is different than

    subneting .. is different than April 19

    This question already has an answer here: How does IPv4 Subnetting Work? 6 answers I am trying to understand subnetting. I understand that you can take the domain and break it into 2 subnets: and What i

  • What is the first valid host on the subnetwork that the node belongs to?February 10

    Does anyone have any ideas what the answer to this is? What is the first valid host on the subnetwork that the node belongs to? I calculated the answer myself, but got the wrong value and don't know why. Will update thi

  • Linking IPs with IPs

    Linking IPs with IPsAugust 2

    The Problem I am currently messing about with some of the network tools in Linux, and I have found that if I perform an nmap scan using the range, I get a bunch of lovely device names: These make it really easy for me to identify the m

  • Can't reach network 20

    In one of our data-centre we've a Debian machine acting as a router. From this network we cannot reach any of the machines found on network. E.g The gateway on the network is the This gateway is not r

  • How to extend IP Range from to 25

    Here's my question. I currently have a network setup to have Static IP manually assigned between and and the rest ( through assigned automatically by DHCP server hosted on a IPCop server. Now, I'd

  • Local Devel Server Slow on 192.168.0.* vs localhostDecember 12

    I want to expose my development site to more computers in the house. What I'm finding is that accessing it via an internal ip like is extremely slow compared to hitting localhost . I'd rather train myself a bit in debugging these situat

  • how can talk to

    how can talk to 19

    from what i understand, all computers need to be in the same subnet /24 so how would i get a computer to be able to connect to another computer that is set as 172 ? one computer is behind a firewall, the other is connected to a HUGHES sat dish and ha

  • Is a valid IP?June 10

    From my understanding the networks is as follows Class A: - Class B: - Class C: - But then I look at ifconfig virbr0 on my Linux computer: virbr0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 4

  • Network Access: I can't access from 27

    I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 on my PC with IP every thing work fine, e.g. my web server is running and I can see http://localhost/ or properly. But the problem is that I cannot see my PC from my laptop at

  • Why do all my DNS queries resolve to 6

    All my queries on one machine on my network have suddenly started to resolve to This machine was used as the DNS server by other machines, so I noticed it as soon as it started happening and have switched all other machines to use 8.8.

  • 2 servers cannot see each other in internal subnet ( 27

    I have a few servers in one rack. They all have 2 network interfaces eth0 and eth1. On all, eth0 has a public IP address assigned which works well. I'm setting up a private subnet on the second eth1 interface, but no matter what I do, the servers can

  • Xen domainU hosts not bridging correctly (Always 27

    I'm trying to set up some domU hosts on a new Xen server, however, I can't seem to get any of these hosts to connect to the local network (i.e. the office's 192.168.0.* range). Running dhclient on these hosts only assigns 192.168.122.* ip addresses w

  • Wireless fails until one does arp -d 30

    My wireless fails from between some minutes after being connected to half an hour or more. Symptoms: new pages not opening downloads already in progress continue ping not working The "fix" is easy (lasts for a random amount of time): $ s

  • Black hole all IP addresses except for 9

    I have a machine. I want to configure it so that it can only talk to (gitserver) and (localhost). This machine is meant to be pure work, no distractions. I'm on OS X Lion. I'm familiar with iptables on Linux, but not sure how to

  • eth0 always has and ignored a network with a DHCP serverJuly 31

    Rarely my network interface (eth0) always has: $ ifconfig eth0 eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr aa:00:04:00:0a:04 inet addr: Bcast: Mask: inet6 addr: fe80::a800:4ff:fe00:a04/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING PROMI

  • What is 11

    Why does this IP address show up in my IP list in ISPConfig and how did it get there? I never configured it. Code: [[email protected] ~]# ifconfig eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:13:D3:5F:B2:D3 inet addr: Bcast: Mask:

  • Cannot connect to external 192.168 address October 16

    I am connected via VPN to another network which uses IP addresses in the range 192.168.x.x. I have changed my home network to not use that network (I use 10.10.x.x). However, I cannot seem to access anything on a subnet even though I have

  • Does my DLink DNS-323 need to reside on a "" subnet?October 22

    I've installed two brand new 2-tib drives in the DLink and plugged it in to my network. My router is configured as a DHCP server using an alternate subnet ( and I added MAC address of the device to a static list (such that when MAC addre

  • NFS server setup: vs 192.168.1.*December 11

    I have my nfs server running on box, and I have my /etc/exports configured using /myshare 192.168.1.*(rw,sync,no_subtree_check) I was able to mount nfs from client box. However I was unable to mount from! ("moun

  • Accessing sluggish (occasionally fails) in Linksys WRT54G routerJanuary 5

    Accessing was supposed to be quick and easy because it's accessing something "local". But it has been problematic with my Linksys WRT54G router. I have attempted visiting through both wireless and Ethernet cable. Many tim

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