• What layer of the TCP/IP would ARP and RARP belong to

    ARP translates Layer 3 addresses to Layer 2 addresses, and knowing fully well that it is not an IP-only or Ethernet-only protocol. Can anyone help with this, it's getting a bit confusing.

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  • Cisco 3500 Switch How to configure

    I've been given a Cisco 3500 XL Switch. Question is what can i do with it? I was hoping to split the ports into VLAN's for a start preparing for CCNA exams. Up to now I've mainly done book work. I want to get my 'hands dirty'. Is this a manageble switch ...? - i dont know. I've tried Consoling into...

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  • What layer of the OSI model does a switch operate?

    At what layer of the OSI model does a switch operate?

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  • How to connect multiple subnets using RV042 router

    Hi all, I'm trying to figure out a way to get multiple subnets to communicate. Here's the scenario: 2 subnets - 192.168.101.x and 192.168.104.x 1. Router - Linksys RV042. WAN 1 port to internet, LAN port to internal network. Default Gateway with IP of 192.168.101.253. The WAN2/DMZ port is not being...

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  • How to setup Sonic Wall NSA 3500 as NTP server

    I would like to set the NSA 3500 as the NTP server for internal devices such as switches. The version of code is 5.5.1.3-9o

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  • Zebra ZM400 network configuration

    How do change the printers name and IP address from the printers LCD?

    JDamage5 pointsBadges:
  • Trying to detect 3G or Wi-Fi network connection on Android

    Does anyone know if its possible to implement a "PhotoStateListener" to see if the 3G or Wi-Fi network connection has been restored on my Android? I'm currently seeing both LISTEN_DATA_CONNECTION_STATE and LISTEN_DATA_ACTIVITY say cellular in the API summary. Does that mean 3G only? Thanks!

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  • What’s the best option for network disconnections in software?

    I'm working with a network C++ program in Microsoft Windows that I'm trying to test for network disconnections at various times. Here's what I'm doing so far: Manually disconnecting the network wire Using IPCONFIG / release Using a cports program to close the socket What other options are out there...

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  • The Partner transaction manager has disabled it support for remote/network transaction (Exception from HRESULT : 0x8004D025)

    Hello.....Every one I have a question that I get the following exception when I connect my application to the remote database and there is no exception when I connect my application to the local database. What is the problem? I also have searched my problem on the Internet and I have found many...

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  • Can I use a bash shell to find my IP address?

    Once in a while, I need to start a Django development server for work and have it viewable by several other machines in our network. My machine's IP address sometimes changes every now and then so I'm looking to have a little shell alias or something that spits out the "manage.py" command with my...

    ITKE56,485 pointsBadges:
  • ISO model troubleshooting

    What steps do I take if I cannot download a file from the internet?

    wes1015 pointsBadges:
  • How much faster is UDP than TCP?

    How much faster is UDP than TCP for a general protocol message exchange?

    ITKE56,485 pointsBadges:
  • Can data using a loopback be packet sniffed?

    Does anyone if data that's exchanged on a local machine using a loopback IP 127.0.0.1 be packet sniffed if the PC is connected to a network? I'm trying to figure out the loopback is secure enough for exchanging data. We're using these different platforms: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Mac OS X and...

    ITKE56,485 pointsBadges:
  • Setting a network status alarm in Windows 7

    Whenever I'm using Windows 7 and I lose my Internet access, the network indicator turns yellow. Now I want to get the status in my software / set an alarm whenever I lose my connection. Is this possible? Can I get this status?

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  • What does flushing a socket mean?

    From a networking standpoint, I have some knowledge about socket selectors but I'm still have difficultly in understanding why you need to flush a socket. What does that actually mean? Do the bits remain in memory until they get pushed off? Can anybody tell me what's really going with flushing...

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  • Is IP Address filtering really secure?

    We're planning to deploy an internal application with a ton of sensitive data and we're becoming very worried security wise. I suggested to keep it on our internal network but I was vetoed. Inside of the app, we programmed it to only respect requests if they come from an internal IP address...

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  • How to manually close a TCP socket

    My partner and I currently have a Python app that opens A TCP socket that communicates with another Python app on a separate host. Every once in a while, we notice the program either errors or we kill it. When that happens, the socket is still open for some time. Every time after we go to run the...

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  • website download issues

    I have a uk based network which is having issues downloading content from websites based in USA, but can download content from the UK without issues. Different browsers/pcs also have the same issues.We can ping and resolve the website addresses for any sites. The site was working for several years...

    it4offices15 pointsBadges:
  • Best tool to view HTTP response headers

    Does anybody know of the best way to actually view HTTP response headers from a request against a particular URL? Would Telnet be the best option? Is there another command / tool that's better?

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  • How to Block Chat in the Network

    Dear All, I am wrting this mail to you all, to know if any you have been successfull in Blocking Chats on your networks, and if so, then how have you acheived it? Could you please tell me which Ports to Block for MSN, Yahoo, Rediff, ICQ, Skype. I am using a NetAPPs Net Cache C 1300, and I am trying...

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