• 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?

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  • 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,...

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  • 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...

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  • IPv4 addresses

    How many IPv4 addresses are possible?

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  • What happened to IPv1, IPv2, IPv3, and IPv5?

    I hear a lot about IPv4 and IPv6, but what happened to IPv1, IPv2, IPv3, and IPv5?

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  • How fast does IPv6 run?

    Does the IPv6 protocol perform any faster than the IPv4 protocol? Would there be any need for a network running IPv6 to use an application acceleration or other network performance enhancing device? Does that answer change when an organization is running a dual-stack (both IPv4 and IPv6)...

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  • How do WAN optimizers handle IPv6 traffic?

    What do WAN optimizers do with IPv6 traffic if they can only handle IPv4 traffic? Does the IPv6 traffic just get ignored and not-optimized or does it depend drastically on the vendor's technology?

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  • cisco 2811 with 2 fast ethernet ports and 4 vlans-2

    I need urgent help on this. I have a brand new cisco 2811 with 2 FE ports. The port f0/0 is connected to the internet and the f0/1 will be connected to the switch which has 4 vlans configured on it. I have no idea how to go about doing this. Can someone please help me with the configuration on the...

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  • IPv6 and IPv4 addresses on the same network

    How can I have IPv6 and IPv4 addresses co-existing on my network allowing them to talk to each other even though most clients only have one or the other?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • Security ramifications if translating IPv6 to IPv4

    How is IPv6 more secure over IPv4? If we are translating IPv6 to IPv4 can their be security ramifications?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • IPv6 and NAT question Help needed

    I want to start off by saying Hi this is my first post. I'm desperate for answers and I can't seem to find anyone that knows this question. I have 2 Windows 2008 r2 servers. One is Server1 and the other Server2 I have IPv6 enabled as well as IPv4 Both are set to static address 192.168.0.1. and...

    Mahlon35 pointsBadges:
  • Major differences in IPv4 and IPv6

    What are the major differences in supporting IPv6 over IPv4? What will we have to do to make our servers/networks compatible?

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • VNC over Broadband/internet

    Hi all, My IP skills are somewhat rusty - could someone please help me with some high-level steps to remote control using VNC over the internet... scenario: Customer down the road is always requiring assistance - usually I need to jump in the car & go there to sort out the latest dilemma. I'd like...

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  • IPv4 addressing for a new network lab

    i work as a network assistant for a research lab in a large company. The research lab includes six computers for which central computing services have located the address space 172.16.1.0/29.i know plan to add 10 new computers to the research network.company policy states that each network is...

    Oluwethu20 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...

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,040 pointsBadges:
  • What is IPv4 forwarding?

    What is IPv4 forwarding? How is it used?

    SearchEnterpriseWAN1,040 pointsBadges:
  • How to calculate IP addresses in IPv6

    I know how to calculate IP addresses under IPv4. How do I calculate addresses in IPv6?

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  • 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?

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  • When will IPv4 addresses really run out?

    When will IPv4 addresses run out? I keep hearing of different dates, and I don't know which one is right. Is there any way to know when the whole world wide Web will have to use IPv6 because IPv4 addresses have run out? Why isn't there a firm deadline?

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  • IPv6 support

    We are configuring routers with IPv4 addresses and would like to configure IPv6 address instead of IPv4 for some devices. Please suggest me the best way of doing it and things to be considered (IP validations & subnet Mask, etc) while doing this enhancement.

    JeyasinghJohn25 pointsBadges:

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