Lets say there are two public IP addresses. One is 184.108.40.206/16 and the other is 220.127.116.11/8, they are different network IDs but when used over the internet how are they both differentiated? Or is it that classful addressing is used fo...
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Firstly, sorry for any wrong terms I might use. I have very limited network knowledge.
I live in university housing, and the wireless network doesn't have device sharing (that's what IT called it). We have 2 wifi networks: an unsecure one ...
I am interested in knowing how many clients a server can handle by:
establishing a TCP connection via a TCP handshake with a client and
establishing a secure connection with said client via a TLS handshake.
with the metric presumably mea...
In this Schneider Electric white paper: Reduce Ethernet Connected Cost with Daisy Chain
The author provides a daisy chain Ethernet topology in Figure 3:
To connect the loop to another device (I'm calling this a "tee"), the fig...
Having ip like 18.104.22.168
If i have
Vlan 1 22.214.171.124/24 (255.255.255.0)
Vlan 10 what should it be
i get overlap vlan error
Lets say i have 3 switches. 1 switch in Admin office, 1 for students, 1 for guests. Can 1 router handle all of these ?
I am trying to send a UDP stream from an IP CCTV camera from one server to another, unidirectionally, via media converters with only the fiber Tx connected on the sending media converter, to the fiber Rx on the receiving unit.
path is like...
As of my knowledge each MAC address is unique for each device like servers, computers, firewalls, switches and routers, proxies, etc. So my question is: who is responsible for allocating these MAC addresses to the device manufacturers?
I have switched network and on all access ports I've configured
spanning-tree portfast edge
When I enable
spanning-tree portfast networks
on trunk ports 1/0/51-52 every access port is blocked.
Do I have a loop?
(maybe I'm on the wrong site)
I'm installing a software called Pterodactyl (it can manage game servers) on 3 VPS I host on my server in my home network.
Here's how it works:
1x panel -> user interface for managing the servers
2x Wings ...