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For questions about or in relation cloud networking, where this tag should only be used for on topic cloud networking. For instance, you have problems getting your Cisco ISE cloud or Cisco Wireless cloud to work properly and have questions in relation to troubleshooting the issue.

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Why does EKS Fargate require NAT?

EKS Fargate is an AWS service for "serverless" hosting of some pods in a Kubernetes cluster. The docs mention that NAT is obligatory, why is this? I tried using traceroute from a Fargate pod....
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How make a local network to a wide network like internet?

I have a software that installed on computer number 1 (as a server with local address 192.168.1.11), so two other computers can work with it on a local network (a modem). In other words, on two other ...
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The IRB.30 Interface cannot be pinged and i cannot SSH into the given IP

All configuration is done via Juniper Mist. In my Juniper EX4300-MP48 I created an interface IRB.30 with address 192.168.31.200 irb { unit 30 { description it; family inet { ...
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Cisco Meraki versus Cloud-Based WLC Deployment

A networking course that I follow mentions that we can centrally manage our APs in the cloud and that Cisco Meraki is a popular solution for that. But then again, we can also have a Cloud-Based WLC ...
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How to obtain a range of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses as an individual

I am building a hobby service that can host user's containerized applications on request. These must be publicly accessible. After some googling I came to conclusion that there is no way around having ...
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Where are the GCP Firewall logs?

It's a little tricky to find GCP Firewall logs the first time you look for them. Where are they?
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Is it possible to move a persistent TCP connection?

Context: Say I have a global cloud service. In each datacenter, I have numerous persistent TCP connections to various client devices. The TCP connections are distributed across various nodes in the ...
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How does on-premises cloud work?

Perhaps I don't understand exactly what the cloud is, but I am of the understanding that it is a model whereby computing resources (i.e. servers, computers, processors) are accessed over the Internet ...
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VPN with Cisco virtual ASA on Azure not routing correctly

I've deployed a Cisco virtual ASA in Azure to use as a VPN server. For simplicity, I'm using just the management interface as the lan for the time being (10.2.0.4 is the interface). I want to use the ...
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Authentication of devices and gateway in OpenMTC [closed]

I'm studying fog-cloud-iot systems and I bumped into OpenMTC. In order to understand better how their systems work, I would like to know how the authentication between edge devices and gateway and ...
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Can a Subnet have more than one CIDR range?

For many years I thought of a subnet as a single contiguous range of ip addresses expressed using CIDR notation. However on GCP a subnet can have a primary ip address range from which VMs get ...
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How to protect a pfSense login page?

A user rents a cloud server hosted on VMWare and is provided a pfSense appliance to protect it. The pfSense appliance has a web-based login page to access its console. Although pfSense is supposed ...
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How is it possible to get multiple virtual network interfaces with only one physical network interface?

I'm currently struggling about the fact that I could create (almost) unlimited virtual network interfaces with only one physical NIC. How does that can be possible ? To give you more context about my ...
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Why Should I Care That Fully Meshed Peering Leads to Exponential Growth of Total Connections?

It seems that when I see a description of a fully-meshed peering system, the exponential growth of peer connections is often referred to as a negative. However, some mentions of this were ...
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Why is bgp used for AWS and gcp VPNs and not another routing protocol? [closed]

I use AWS and gcp. Both of these cloud platforms have the ability to establish a VPN connection from a VPC in the cloud to an on-premise router or another cloud VPN endpoint. They both use bgp ( and ...
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Public IP addresses on cloud platforms [closed]

My question is about cloud platforms like AWS or Azure. Whenever we create an instance (VM or VPC), AWS allocates a set of public and private IPs for that instance. Now the number of user accounts (...
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