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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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  • How to share NSOperationQueue across different view controllers?

    I've been using a NSOperationQueue to manage our HTTP connections. Since I have multiple views and I have the need to have these different views for requesting HTTP connections, I'm thinking of creating a global NSOperationQueue in the application delegate or having one in each view. What would be...

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  • Configuring two remote printers behind a router

    I can configure without any problem a 3812 remote printer behind a router. With a NAT, I redirect it to the appropriate IP. My problem is how to configure 2 remote printers. Both have port 9100, and I can't redirect it towards 2 different IP addresses! I tried to configure the second printer on the...

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  • Is it possible to create virtual ethernets in Linux?

    We're currently doing a project based on implementing a protocol that basically talks between two different computers using an ethernet. Instead of having two physical computers, we want to create two virtual ethernet interfaces and have them only talk to each other (one would bind to the other)....

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  • Error loading USE or USELSX module: lsxldap

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  • Changing the PDC from one server to another.

    I have an old Win 2000 server which is my PDC now. I also have a new Win 2003 server which is just a member server now. I would like to make the new Windows 2003 server my Primary Domain Controller. Could someone point me in the right direction? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  • difference between l2 and l3 VPN

    difference between l2 and l3 VPN

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  • 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...

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  • 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...

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  • 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?

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  • 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!

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  • 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?

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  • 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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