Hi, I’m doing my final year project on flooding attack. In this, I want to do analysis and then prevention of flooding attack with the parameters known as 1. Packet size 2. Rate of transmission 3. Bandwidth What do I do from this? Please help me.
Answer Question | January 28, 2013 7:48 AM
Well this is the question .Thanks
Answer Question | March 2, 2012 12:25 AM
OSI, TCP, UDP
We are running on V5R4 and attempting to mount (via NFS) an external file system (Data Domain 530) onto the iSeries. Even though on the surface it appears that the mount was successful; you cannot execute any type of read or write operation to the mount. After running a communications trace, it was determined that [...]
Answer Question | March 19, 2012 10:14 PM
iseries v5r4, NFS, TCP, UDP
I have implemented with c++, two small apps: an UDP client and an UDP server I place client in same machine than server. I start server, I start client, and I send data from client to 127.0.0.1… server receives OK now i do ipconfig and i get my local IP is 192.168.1.8 so I repeat [...]
Answer Question | March 31, 2012 12:22 AM
Datagram protocol, Firewalls, Network, UDP, UDP port, Visual C++
i have two dns servers on our network, (windows server 2003 standard); (a) the dns server1, (has both forward lookup and reverse lookup zones configured), to which all hosts on the network are pointed, this same server has forwarders configured, pointing to our dns server2. (b) the dns server2 has only reverse lookup zone configured. [...]
Answer Question | March 8, 2011 1:38 PM
DNS errors, DNS server, UDP, UDP port, User Datagram Protocol, Windows Server 2003
hello.. i’m still new in IT field.. i want to ask some question about networking.. how do i want to send tcp and udp packet in peer to peer network environment which is without any server in my topology. i don’t know what software should i use. after send both packet, i have to capture [...]
Answer Question | February 19, 2011 11:18 AM
Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking, Packets, Peer-to-Peer, TCP, UDP
Which protocol is more suitable for writing a chatting program, either TCP or UDP?
Answer Question | August 4, 2010 12:13 PM
TCP, Transmission Control Protocol, UDP, User Datagram Protocol
I need to know about packet sniffer with a clear demo and how the packets are transmitted in TCP and UDP.
Answer Question | October 20, 2009 1:46 PM
Packet sniffers, TCP, UDP
What tools are other members using for Cisco NetFlow traffic analysis? I’m especially interested in open source tools but any commercial or proprietary recommendations or suggestions would also be appreciated. Thank you. Moderator Note: This is a user submitted question
Answer Question | November 5, 2010 4:47 PM
Cisco, Cisco IOS, Cisco IOS NetFlow, Cisco NetFlow, Cisco Routers, NetFlow analyzers, Network analysis, Network protocols, SCTP, Security Analyzer, Stream Control Transmission Protocol, UDP, User Datagram Protocol
Could anybody please explain me about the data transfer when Don’t fragment bit is set and incoming protocol is TCP/UDP?
Answer Question | September 30, 2011 7:01 AM
DF bit, Don't Fragment bit, Network protocols, TCP/IP, UDP
how do u configure uer network to forward tcp and udp ports 6346 to ur local network
Answer Question | November 17, 2008 10:33 PM
Port configuration, Port forwarding, TCP, TCP port, UDP, UDP port, Windows Vista
i need to set the TCP on my cisco 3845, right now my easy vpn server is set for UDP and some of my users cant access the vpn due to esp and ike being blocked.
Answer Question | May 15, 2009 2:57 PM
Cisco, Cisco 3845, Easy VPN, UDP, VPN, VPN configuration
Hi, I am learning DHCP protocols and in fact a beginner to network domain. I have a very basic question. Qn : What is the meaning of “DHCP uses UDP as transport protocol” ? ( or to be generic, what does it mean that x protocol is sent over y protocol) Appreciate your valuable time. [...]
Answer Question | May 15, 2013 11:47 AM
DHCP, Network protocols, UDP
what are TCP/IP and UDP protocols and how many protocols are they?
Answer Question | July 30, 2008 12:29 PM
why routing information protocol employ user datagrame protcol over transmission control protocol
Answer Question | March 31, 2008 5:59 PM
Datagram protocol, Network routing protocols, TCP IP, UDP, User Datagram Protocol
A DNS uses UDP packet to resolve IP addresses. What happens when the DNS names to be looked up exceeds 576 bytes (the maximum UDP packet size)? Can it be sent in two packets?
Answer Question | March 13, 2008 8:51 PM
DNS, Internet protocol addresses, Network diagnostics and measurements, Packet Design, UDP
Our PLC-vendor is going to provide us collected PLC-data on a server in our LAN. Are sockets (port higher then 1024) the best way to do this? As we are AS/400-minded people, will FTP resolve this with the same performance? Or are there other possibilities? Please, please, give us some guidelines.
Answer Question | October 26, 2009 7:35 AM
Development, i5, iSeries, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity, Protocols, TCP, tips and tricks, Tools, UDP
hi all i am in an ISP.I have a cisco 3600 router and Keymile LECAR modem pair(V.35/G.703)at my end and cisco 1700 series router and keymile LECAR modem pair at the customer end.From my end when i see from router i found the line is up but when i try pinging the router at the [...]
Answer Question | May 27, 2005 12:25 AM
Availability, Bandwidth, Benchmarking, Cabling, Cisco, DataCenter, Fault isolation, Hardware, IPv4, Modems/Cable Modems, Network applications management, Network Interface Cards, Network management software, Network Management Systems, Network monitoring, Network testing, Networking, Networking Equipment, Optical Networking, Performance management, Protocol analysis, QoS, Remote management, Routers, Security, Switches, TCP, UDP
hi all i am in an ISP.I have a cisco 3600 router and Keymile LECAR modem pair(V.35/G.703)at my end and cisco 1721 router and keymile LECAR modem pair at the customer end.From my end when i see from router i found the line is up but when i try pinging the router at the client [...]
Answer Question | June 2, 2005 12:23 AM
Availability, Bandwidth, Benchmarking, Cabling, Cisco, DataCenter, Fault isolation, Hardware, IPv4, Modems/Cable Modems, Network applications management, Network Interface Cards, Network management software, Network Management Systems, Network monitoring, Network testing, Networking, Networking Equipment, Optical Networking, Performance management, Protocol analysis, QoS, Remote management, Routers, Security, Switches, UDP
Can a computer have 2 DNS names that fall in different top-level domains? If so, give a plausible example. If not, explain why not.
Answer Question | May 9, 2005 1:36 AM
DNS, TCP, UDP