• Internet Protocol

    The Internet Protocol (IP) is the method or protocol by which data is sent from one computer to another on the Internet.

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  • How to confirm my Internet Line + IP share or dedicated email address

    I have 2 MB dedicated bandwidth. 1 real IP how to check or confirm my line is dedicated my IP is 103.244.185.188. How to confirm my Internet Line + IP share or dedicated my email address?

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  • Prevent IP address conflicts on your wireless network by managing DHCP scopes

    One of the problems with bringing a wireless access point into a wired network is that the vast majority of wireless access points are configured by default to act as DHCP servers. If your network already makes use of DHCP, this can cause some problems unless you plan ahead. In this tip, learn how...

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  • How did you plan for IP address consumption when you virtualized desktops?

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  • Three ways virtualization increases IP address consumption

    Virtual environments use at least twice as a many IP addresses as physical ones because each desktop and endpoint used to access it need their own addresses. Luckily, IPAM tools can help you keep track of your addresses.

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  • RFC 1918

    RFC 1918 specifies ranges of IP addresses for use in private networks. These private IP addresses cannot be routed on the Internet.

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  • If you are using private IP addresses inside your organization, do you still need to worry about address efficiency and VLSM?

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  • FQDN or IP address in destination server?

    I have a questions about Notes client connection documents. In the Advanced tab under Destination server address, what are the pros and cons of using the server's FQDN or its IP address?

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  • Network summarization — Supernetting and wildcard masks

    Supernetting allows one routing table entry to represent an aggregation of networks. Network engineers need to understand supernetting, how to read routes received from other providers and how to create an access list that references these multiple networks in a single summarized statement. In this...

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  • Changing the IP address on a domain controller

    Step-by-step instructions for changing the IP address on an AD domain controller, as well as a method to make sure it is resolving properly after the change.

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