For questions on connecting devices together so that they can communicate with each other, as well as questions on networking equipment such as routers and switches.

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Iptables firewall forward

I am currently working on linux router and i am not able to firewall it the way i would like.Router has three interfaces - WAN, which is Mobile Broadband Private subnet 172.18.15.0/24 which is save ...
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Microsoft Remote Desktop only works with public ip

I'm having a weird issue. When I attempt to RDP into my server using it's local ip(192.168.0.30) my RDP client gets stuck on "Negotiating Credentials". If I use my public/internet ip (port 3389 ...
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I can only log in telnet server via local machine, can you check my configuration?

I'm using ArchLinux on this machine, using xinetd for config/etc/xinetd.d/telnetflags=REUSEsocket_type=streamwait=...
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Modem not connecting to internet

I am having a DLink DSL2750u modem. I'm unable to connect to internet after connecting the ethernet cable to my pc.Without ethernet cable the WiFi works fine and it connects to internet. But after ...
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How to plot traffic sent/received on an access point? [closed]

I want to visualize (using a real-time plot) the size of packets sent/received by each device (by MAC address) connected to my access point. Ideally, I want to see both size of packets sent and ...
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Debian: IPv6 with Prefix Delegation from ISP

My ISP provides me with dynamic IPv4 and a /56 of IPv6 via DHCPv6. I managed to get this working under a DD-WRT router like this:Later on I removed the router from this network and connect a Debian-...
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Gigabit capable cable only connecting at 100 Mbps

So, I have recently purchased a second gigabit router that will broadcast on another Wi-Fi network in order to improve connection speeds across the house, as well as giving me an ethernet connection ...
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Windows shared internet slower than original machine [closed]

So my ISP is changing some wiring and stuff in the area and part of that is to cut my internet access for ~2 weeks. Having been warned in advanced I made a deal with a friend living nearby (my ...
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Port forwarded for a remote access to my ftp server but It only works on my phone

I have an ftp server which I wanted to access from outside of my local network. It is located on the IP 192.168.0.23 port 21. I port forwarded port 21 and tried to connect with my phone while I wasn't ...
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How to bypass VPN for local networks in Windows 7? (static route not working)

I want to access my local network 192.168.1.* while the VPN (connected via Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client) is active, I tried the following command but no luckroute -p add 192.168.0.0 mask ...
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Can surf in ipv6 pages but cannot ping or curl them

I have a debian linux virtual machine in virtual box using a bridged connection.Inside the debian virtual machine, I can surf any web page whether it is ipv4 or ipv6, I can ping and curl ipv4, but, I ...
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how do VPNs hide my identifying information from the datacenter that's still in my country? [closed]

How does my VPN from a different country hide my identifying information from the datacenter that is still in my country? Can the datacenter see where the traffic is coming from and where it's going? ...
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IPTables not doing what I requested

Community here is awesome!I have an ASUS 3100 wireless router and about 4 IP Cameras. On my old router it was easy to block outgoing traffic so that I can make sure the cameras weren't "calling ...
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how to run a tunnel in the background as part of a shell script

I run these two commands all the time to connect to my rds instance on aws that's protected behind a firewall (so i tunnel through the ec2 instance) like so:command 1: open the tunnel (run on ...
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Web use will eventually require IPv6. As a consumer how fast is that point approaching? How far has the public web transitioned to requiring v6? [closed]

PMost discussion of IPv6 readiness is from a perspective of websites, public services, and enterprises/government. My question is from a consumer perspective, as someone who wants to put off moving to ...

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