• VMware blast over Provider-NAT (DS-Lite) connection

    My ISP recently turned to DSLite, as IPv4 addresses run out. Now, PCOIP still works, but we have a few Linux VMware desktops only supporting VMware blast - which are no more reachable now from remote, with VMware view. So what are the differences regarding ports and data flow?

    Woodpecker5 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between IPv4 and IPv6

    What is main difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

    agoussec1,010 pointsBadges:
  • Default gateway ping test

    I'm having problems with connecting to the internet. I did an IPCONFIG/ ALL and got this: IPv4 address is 10.60.1.23, my subnetmask is 255.255.192.0, default gateway is 10.60.0.10, and the DHCP server is 10.60.20.19. I then pinged 127.0.0.1 and all 4 packets were received fine. I then pinged my...

    amaziah5 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4 settings revert automatically

    My IPv4 setting revert automatically to DNS address. I have to change my setting to "obtain DBS server automatically" to obtain internet connection every time when switch on laptop. How can I fix this problem?

    ashamba15 pointsBadges:
  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

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  • How should we configure NAT64 to communicate with IPv6 from IPv4?

    Hello, I'm trying to configure dual stick through tayga (NAT64) in my PC. My PC is connected with node having IPv6 address, and how node can be seen Internet. How could I configure NAT64 in my PC?

    kammap5 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6: Do public and private IP addressing still exist in the same capacity?

    For IPv6, do public and private IP addressing still exist in the same capacity as they did with IPv4?

    lizhall5 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4 address has been changed

    On my printer I have a message that reads " The IPV4 address has been changed". What does this mean? I have a cannon mf212w.

    DiDi8015 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4s charging

    I ordered this IPv4s off the internet and just purchased new batteries for it. I have it plugged in so it should be charging. Should there be a charging symbol for the battery display? There isn't one and I'm curious as to if I have a defected mod.

    markholdaway1235 pointsBadges:
  • Alternatives to solving IPv4 address exhaustion other than IPv6

    If IPv4 addresses will exhaust in the next year and a half, what are the ways people are addressing this issue? Other than migrate to IPv6, is there any other way to solve this problem?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,435 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

    Can anyone tell me the difference between IPv4 and IPv6?

    umairamin5 pointsBadges:
  • TCP Statistics IPv4 active opens?

    If I restart my computer I will have 6 to 10 active opens. In the course of about 4 days, I will have over 35000 and my computer slows to a crawl unless I restart it. At best, I am running 4 computers and an xbox. Its seem to have something to do with Windows XP service pack 3 as I reloaded Windows...

    Ldpfeifer75 pointsBadges:
  • Finding the IPv4 address of a Linux interface

    Would there be any way to get the IPv4 address of a Linux interface using C code? I'm trying to get the IP address assigned to the eth0 but I can't find it.

    ITKE436,080 pointsBadges:
  • Getting IPv4-Mapped IPv6 addresses

    Hi. Can someone explain exactly what an IPv4-Mapped IPv6 address is and how it is possible to map IPv4 addresses to IPv6 addresses? Is there some kind of program/software/service that can do this for you?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,435 pointsBadges:
  • IP addressing and subnetting

    Hello, Can some one help me with an easier way of calculating subnets and host per given IP address?

    Markmu5 pointsBadges:
  • How to represent IPv4 and IPv6 addresses in Oracle

    I'm using Oracle and I'm wondering what are the appropriate data types for representing network addresses (particularly in IPv4 and IPv6). Here's a little more information. I'm converting a table that's recording network activity, which was built by PostgreSQL "inet data type" to hold both IPv4 and...

    ITKE436,080 pointsBadges:
  • How do network hardware devices support IPv6?

    I read that most routers and switches support IPv6, but how they support the protocol differs. The article said that specific network hardware devices have dedicated network processors while others have general purpose processors, which are worse because those forward packets at a slower rate. How...

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,435 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the largest TCP/IP port number for IPv4?

    I apologize if this is an "easy" question but I need to know what the largest TCP/IP network port number would be for IPv4. What would the range go up to?

    ITKE436,080 pointsBadges:
  • IPv4

    In an IPv4 datagram, the M bit is 0 the value of HLEN is 10, the value of total length is 400 & the fragment offset value is 300. the position of the datagram, the sequence no. of the 1st & the last byte of the payload, respectively are- a) last fragment, 2400 & 2789 b)First fragment,...

    a1111a10 pointsBadges:
  • Wake on LAN / Magic Packet broadcast doesnt work through PPTP

    Hi, I have a network, where I want to use WOL from a remote PC. It works when I send a packet from inside the network (or on the server). If I connect via PPTP from a remote Windows XP PC, I can't wake up the PC on the LAN. I suspect the broadcast packet doesn't reach the LAN. The PPTP connection...

    Benbje0 pointsBadges:

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