• What’s the complete definition for off_t type?

    I'm sending files from our client to the server using TCP. To end the mark of the file, I would like to send the file size before the actual data so I've been using the stat system call. Now I need to know how many actual bytes it occupies so I can read it correctly on the server. It's defined...

    ITKE346,470 pointsBadges:
  • Suggestions for centralized network logging

    At our department, we're creating a distributed application (which would be across several machines on a LAN). We don't want to send log files locally for each machine (that would fill up the disks) so we're looking to centralize logging over the network. Most of the files won't be important so a...

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  • setting up pix as vpn server in public address environment

    In our network all of our addresses are public per the policy of our ISP, (the state of washington). In order to use a pix for the inner firewall I had to incorporate a cisco hack to exclude all addresses from NATing. This was done with a standard access list following cisco instructions. Now I...

    Astronomer15 pointsBadges:
  • Can I found out which computer is the domain controller in Microsoft Windows?

    Inside of our company, we have several small networks that are used for testing and the majority of them have their own domain. I have a Windows XP workstation and I'm a member of one of the domains and I'm trying to figure out the name of the domain controller so I can see what other users are...

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  • Does a TCP send a SYN/ACK on every packet?

    I currently have a TCP server that always listens for an incoming client, then it sends one packet of data every single second. Bur I have a quick question: Does a SYN/ACK packet only get sent on initial connections, like this: SYN ACK DATA DATA DATA Or is it sent with every packet, like this: SYN...

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  • Oakley log file in Windows server 2008

    What is the Oakley log file in Windows server 2008?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • High Latency in network

    i have many time got heigh latency in network when i am ping toone router to other router, i am make a call for my service provider he said that problem in my network they did said one of node in my network doing broadcasting that why i am got hiegh latency ,please tell me how i solve this problem...

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  • Reverse ARP Utility

    I need an RARP (reverse ARP) utility. Preferrably free!

    WALT5 pointsBadges:
  • How to redirect TCP-traffic to Unix domain socket

    I have a legacy Linux application that's listening on a UNIX domain socket. Now, I'm trying to connect to it through a TCP-connection on a port (Port 1234). What would be the easiest way to bind the port and then redirect all incoming connections to the domain socket?

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  • How to unbrick Synology USB Station 2?

    How can I unbrick a Synology USB Station 2?

    Lije015 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way to reproduce a dropped TCP/IP connection?

    We currently have a situation where our Java program is establishing a long-running TCP/IP connection to our server and it's working fine (except for one thing in an environment that's outside our control). Every Saturday, that server is rebooted but it's not communicated properly with our client...

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  • How to get the DNS name of a local machine

    I'm trying to create a peer-to-peer instant messaging application and I've run into some difficulties. Now for the users, I want them to the actual hostname of their own machine so both users will see the same text (AKA User 1 and 2). I apologize if this is a dumb question but I just can't figure...

    ITKE346,470 pointsBadges:
  • What’s the biggest UDP packet I can send?

    I'm looking for information on what the biggest UDP packet I can send to another computer is without fragmentation. I know the size is known as the MTU and several routers and modems will have different MTUs between computers. I also know that TCP implementation in Microsoft Windows finds the...

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  • Is there a way to change the network settings using .NET?

    One of my friends is currently creating a wizard for his machine so it can be used as the backup for other machines. Now when it replaces one machine, it needs to have the same IP address, DNS, WINS so it matches the machine that's being replaced. Is there a library in .NET that would allow him to...

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  • Can I interrupt a ServerSocket method?

    In one of my main threads in Java, I'm using a "while(listening)" loop that calls "accept()" on my ServerSocket object. Next, a new client thread is automatically made and it's added to a collection. Now, there's also an "Admin" thread that I want to use for commands, like exit, which would cause...

    ITKE346,470 pointsBadges:
  • What is backhaul technology?

    What is backhaul technology?

    mrinal125 pointsBadges:
  • 451 Temporary Local Problem-please try later

    I am trying to send an email to another domains through Ms Outlook it show me that the message was sent and i receive an error message tell me "451 Temporary Local Problem-please try later" and when i checked the email address which i sent for it the message was not received. It works good before...

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  • joining vista to a Windows Server 2003 domain

    i have a vista ultimate machine and i would like it to join a domain, i have attempted this repeated times and continually end up with the cannot join the domain error. do i need to configure the ip address manually on the 2003 or is it the dns, and dhcp. i am probably missing something that is...

    Golfer2110 pointsBadges:
  • Computer account not added to DNS record

    From what I've read, when a Windows DNS client dynamically creates a DNS record for itself, its AD computer account is granted "Write" access to its DNS record, allowing the client to dynamically update it's record in the future. For some reason in our environment several servers' host records are...

    Nickmanderson55 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 TCP/IP: Port numbers

    What are the different port (numbers) used by AS/400 for remote connection using HTTP connection.

    Naveens140 pointsBadges:

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