• Duplicate IP address on interface VLAN

    I have two 3750x switch, in which I made one primary and other secondary, I also have other 2960 switch connect to the 3750, those serve as an access switch, There are up to 22 VLANs configure on both 3750 switch including interface VLAN IP address. When I connect them together I'm having duplicate...

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  • How to get the IP address on a Lotus Notes page

    How to get IP address on a Lotus Notes page. In Lotus Notes form, we can this by using a field Remote_Addr.

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  • How to find the IP address in Windows Phone 8

    I'm trying to find the IP address for my smartphone software that it's running on. I wasn't able to find it on Windows Phone 7 but I'm hoping that changed with Windows Phone 8. Does someone know if that's possible now?

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  • Using two Output Queues to send prints to one IPDS 4247 Z03 Printer?

    Are we able to set up two queues pointing to the same IP address in the DEVD? We are worried that the Printer has no Queuing capability and will cause issues? Is this correct or is this just an old fashioned hangover from old Line Feed Printers. Are these newer IPDS printers capable of handling...

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  • Configure two remote 3812 printers

    Hi! When I configure a remote printer behind a router. I only redirect port 9100 to the local IP. But for a second printer? I tried to configure it with port 9101, so I can redirect this port to an other IP, It doesn't work. Do you know the issue?

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  • Can I create a socket that goes to an IP address?

    We have a server that uses two different network interfaces, each has a different IP address. We need to create a socket that goes out to a specific IP address. We would prefer using Python but any recommends you have would be greatly appreciated.

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  • How to programmatically get network statistics in Microsoft Windows

    Now, I'm trying to find out what processes are using my network. I know it's pretty easy in Linux but I'm having a tough time on finding out how to do it in Microsoft Windows. For each process, I would like to know how many actual bytes it has read/written to the network over a specific period of...

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  • IP Addresses of a Linux Application Server

    How can I find the IP addresses of my Linux application server? I’m working in C++. I know the main address, but there will be a few more based on the network and those are the ones I need.

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  • Windows doesn’t obtain IP address automatically via DHCP

    I have Windows XP with SP3. It doesn't obtain IP address automatically via DHCP. I need to configure it manually. Please help.

    Xaphar220 pointsBadges:
  • Can I spoof the original IP address of an HTTP request?

    I currently have a load testing tool that's written in Python to basically blast HTTP requests at the URL. Now, I need to run different performance tests against an IP-based load balancer, so the different requests will come from a range of IP's. I know a ton of companies offer commercial tools to...

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  • Using /etc/hosts to create an alias record

    Now I know "/etc/hosts" can be used for overriding DNS definitions (pointing a host name to a different IP address). But now I want to use it to make an alias record. Does someone know if this is possible? Thank you.

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  • How can I get the IP address using Boost ASIO library?

    I'm creating a server with C++ using Boost ASIO library. Is there a way to get the string representation of a client's IP that can be shown in my server's logs? Does the socket have a function to do this?

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  • How to get the IP address from my local computer?

    I'm using C++ and I'm trying to find the easiest way to get my local computer's IP address / subnet mask. Currently, my network has a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 and the IP address is 192.168.0.5. I have to get these two values programmatically so I can send a broadcast message to my network. What...

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  • Hosting one AS/400 IP address to internet

    We are planning to host one AS/400 server to internet. Hence we created a network device and connected our DMZ server to AS/400. We assigned the internet IP address. Using intranet IP, we created the private digital certificate for the system and export to the desktop. I have a copy of the...

    naresh1984365 pointsBadges:
  • How to configure remote office server

    Dear friends, please help me: We opened a new branch, we need to access remotely our head office server, both are on same ISP, IP  also 192.168.10. in server & new branch 192.168.80. Please tell me how to configured in server. we was other branch also,

    mallesh6555 pointsBadges:
  • Zebra ZM400 network configuration

    How do change the printers name and IP address from the printers LCD?

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  • Can I use a bash shell to find my IP address?

    Once in a while, I need to start a Django development server for work and have it viewable by several other machines in our network. My machine's IP address sometimes changes every now and then so I'm looking to have a little shell alias or something that spits out the "manage.py" command with my...

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  • Is IP Address filtering really secure?

    We're planning to deploy an internal application with a ton of sensitive data and we're becoming very worried security wise. I suggested to keep it on our internal network but I was vetoed. Inside of the app, we programmed it to only respect requests if they come from an internal IP address...

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  • Pingable IP address: What’s the easiest to remember?

    This is just in regards for our network troubleshooting problems / purposes but could someone tell us a publicly pingable host that has an easy to remember IP address? Is 127.0.0.1 the easiest?

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  • How can I detect a Wi-Fi IP address on my Android device?

    I'm trying to determine if my Android device is connected to my Wi-Fi. And if it is, how can I obtain my Wi-Fi address. I realize that ConnectivityManager can determine if the active network is a Wi-Fi network but I can't determine if the IP address belongs to the Wi-Fi network (if more than one IP...

    ITKE343,070 pointsBadges:

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