• DHCP by Windows Server 2008 between VLANS

    Hi, I'd like to know how to configure DHCP info to be passed through multiple VLANS to issue addresses to respective clients in all subnets. Right now I am thinking I need to have all proper scopes defined on the dhcp and i would also put the server (which is the AD) in the management VLAN which...

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  • What’s a great packet sniffer for capturing loopback traffic?

    When my company is testing our Windows service / server controller GUI combinations, we usually do it by running both pieces on our development box. Inside of this setup, the remote traffic between the two are through loopback, not an Ethernet card. Does anyone know of a great Windows packet...

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  • 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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  • How to integrate mobile with the lnternet?

    How can I integrate my mobile Internet network with my new mobile device?

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  • Technical College vs. University

    Hello all- Would it be more beneficial to attend a technical college or university? A certain technical college, ECPI (www.ecpi.edu) in VA, has sparked my interest because they advertise 'they meet with some industry experts to discuss tech trends and what education needs to be put out to keep up...

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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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  • Does anyone know of a workaround for closed ports?

    I've been teaching a programming class at a high school and I'm working on giving them a networking project for their final. I figured out what I want to do but the problem is that all the ports at the school are closed and they've already told me that they're not going to open them for me. Does...

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  • Is it possible to use TCP and UDP on the same server?

    I understand this is a short question but it's very urgent. Can I use both TCP and UDP sockets on the same server? Particularly, would I be able to use the same port number too? Thanks!

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  • How to broadcast a message with UDP and TCP?

    I'm currently working on a .NET solution that runs completely inside a single network. So when a user makes a change to the system, I need to launch an announcement / have everyone hear it. Do you know of a way that I can broadcast a message like this (just like UDP) while keeping a guaranteed...

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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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  • Attempting to map network drive with different username / password

    Now, I have the following PowerShell script that allows my local machine to automatically map network drives. $net = $(New-Object -ComObject WScript.Network); $net.MapNetworkDrive("p:", "\\papabox\files"); $net = $(New-Object -ComObject WScript.Network); $net.MapNetworkDrive("q:",...

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  • Can I detect when a network cable is unplugged via API C++?

    As a networking expert, I know Microsoft Windows know when you have removed the network cable from the NIC. Does anyone know if there's a programmatic way to determine it via API in C++? (Just so you know, I'm not using .NET / this is for a closed LAN). Thanks for the help.

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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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  • What is the best new CCNA certification?

    Hello sir , I m passed in CCNA(router & switch)640-802 exam.I want to know abt new ccna certification like ccna-security,wan,voip etc. I m interestaed in ccna security. What is in ccna security.Which is best book on ccna security?If i passed in ccna security then it is good for job.Plz provide...

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  • Which is best, CCNA, CCIE or job experience?

    Is a CCNA better than a CCIE better than experience?

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  • App to monitor network traffic

    Could someone direct me to an app that monitors network usage while excluding local traffic?  It also has to track traffic that comes directly from the Internet or goes directly there.

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  • Need help monitoring network calls from iOS simulator

    My friend is having trouble so I told him I would post it on the forums. He's trying to monitor calls from his application to his server (just like Firebug does). He couldn't find a way to see it in iOS simulator or in xCode. Is there a way to do it without sniffing through all the traffic? If...

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  • Networking: How to step through a TCP/IP stack

    I was a recent QA engineer that worked for a proprietary embedded operating system. My company built a ATN stack and I have to admit, the best moment I had there was stepping through it with a debugger (eye-opening network moment). Just watching each layer build their part of the packet was...

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  • Transmission of IP Packets in TCP

    I’ve read that IP packets can sometimes get lost in transmission and that TCP often requests retransmission of lost data.  How often are packets lost permanently?  What are the requirements for retransmission?  Are lost packets a security risk?

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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...

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