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How can I ensure that NAT hairpinning goes through the gateway?

When I enable NAT hairpinning, will accessing LAN devices through the public IP go through the public network? After enabling NAT hairpinning and establishing a TCP connection, if the public IP ...
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WIll my home router user password be any protection agains hackers? [closed]

I'm in Australia, I have "Fiber To The Home". This passes through the NBN box on the outside wall, to the NBN modem inside the wall, and thence to my mid-range ASUS AC1900 Dual Band router. ...
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Cannot connect two TP-Link switches [closed]

Here is my current network setup: When I try to connect the two switches which are in different rooms, for some reason they do not connect. Controller does not show a connection. But when I connect a ...
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How to get the machine collected data within OT network into the Corporate Network [closed]

This is an open question. I don't really know if here's the best place to ask this, but I couldn't think about anything else. Jump to the TL;DR if you don't want/need the context. I make software for ...
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Is there a difference between NetID and Network Address?

So i know the gist of it. Thanks to the help here Network Address i see as anything ending with 0 Example: 192.168.0.0 Broadcast Address i see as anything ending with 255 Example: 192.168.0.255 ...
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how to access the feed of an RTSP server that lives on a network with dynamic IP [closed]

I am creating a project that consists of two devices, the first is a Raspberry with an IP camera, and the second computer does some image processing. I wanted to know if there is a way to access the ...
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Communicating Between Two Devices When One Lacks Internet Access

I am currently developing a software that needs to establish communication between two devices. Device 1 has internet capabilities, while device 2 may not always have internet access. I am ...
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what information needs a router to make a decision?

How does a router that receives a packet know what to do if it doesn’t know the subnet mask of the IP that sent the packet? The reason for asking this is that I didn't see any field in the IP header ...
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Are WAN same as autonomous systems(AS)?

I am currently studying network+. I came across this question that are autonomous systems(AS) same as the WAN ? or they are two things completely apart?
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What RFC standards That describe how network headers work at the bit level [duplicate]

I want to understand more deeply how network headers are constructed at the bit level based on byte ordering, but what standard RFC number explains this?
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Is there a way to gather data of Optical Module Status and the CPU Utilization through SNMP protocol?

When using the snmpwalk command to query a Cisco SF302-08PP switch with the -c public community string, am not able to find data related to Optical Module Status and CPU Utilization. I am trying to ...
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Understanding Header Structure in Binary

How headers are actually structured at the bit level let's take the TCP header as an example |src port | dst port | Sequence Number Then how are the three header fields actually structured at the bit ...
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Reverse ARP In Data Link Layer

In the arp the Mac address is used as a broadcast address with a value FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF as the destination hardware address. But What about reverse ARP broadcast address? Which broadcast address ...
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Option Field In TCP Header

In the tcp field option There are several options that can be added for example like mss But how if i don't use the SACK option, what kind of acknolegdment will I use cummulative?
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TCP Multiple Segment Acknolegdement

Let's take example where in the example i will use the Independent acknowledgment. Host A has send segment 1,2,3 to the host B, after host b receive each segment it will send a Acknolegdement for each ...
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TCP Duplicate Acknowledgement

Host A and Host B has establish the connection, Host A will send a segment 1,2,3,4,5,6 but segment number 2 and 5 is lost. Then the receiver will sending an duplicate ACK to sender, so whenever sender ...
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Reset Connection With RST Flag TCP

When a connection has been established between Host A and Host b, Then there is data exchange between host A and host b,Let's say host A already has 3 segments, segments 1 and 2 have been sent and ...
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TCP Header Data Field

In TCP header there was a field called a data field which stores data, but does this field store the IPv4 header + datagram or just the datagram?
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Layer 2 Encapsulation and Decapsulation in Router

Whenever the router receive a packet from the local network, router will decapsulate the frame to be able access the IP information, after router have done know which interface it will send the data ...
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What is optical network coding? which techniques are there?

in optical network, what is network coding and which techniques are? is modulation a techniques of network coding?
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What happens when the sender sends more data then the advertised window by the receiver?

I am relatively new to networking. I am doubting what happens when the sender sends more data than the advertised window by the receiver. I mean that the receiver advertises the window size based of ...
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Would a /24 public ip range typically be from the same country?

Would a /24 public ip range typically be from the same country? This to reduce the amount of ipstack requests, checking from what country an IP is. (due to bot requests)
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TCP blocked until the acknowledgment received

I am currently facing an issue in my application where the TCP messages seem to be blocked until an acknowledgment received. Specifically, the subsequent messages wait for the acknowledgment of the ...
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IPerf test| Server side Sender data shows that the bandwidth is zero but Client has bandwidth of 125 Mbps

I conducted Iperf3 test on my network. I received in server side that sender transfer bandwidth is zero but Client side showed a bandwidth of 125 Mbps. What went wrong? The command I wrote was Iperf3 -...
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Setting FortiGate HA Firewall

I need some advice and guidance regarding setting up the FortiGate HA, My question is focused on WAN side of configuration (not A WAN expert), below are highlight environment 2 ISP WAN-A / WAN-B ...
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Multiple computers disconnect from the network randomly at mostly random times; only fixed by renewing IP

I have recently been made the IT administrator in our organization. We have in-house servers; DNS, Windows Authentication, etc, and we have 2 switches with around 25 computers and devices connected to ...
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Difference between SDN and Network Automation

What is the difference between Software-Defined Networking and Network Automation? If you are managing your routers and switches using tools like Puppet or Ansible, or by using bash scripts or python ...
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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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Setting up a local network with access to the internet through a wireless access point

Intro At work we want to setup an 8 node raspberry pi cluster. The purpose of the cluster is to test different technologies and have a good time. We cant manage the wifi at work and the only way we ...
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Protect public network with virtual firewall w/o control over the gateway

I have a public network, 123.123.123.0/28, and a local network, 192.168.1.0/24. My ISP gateway for the public network is 123.123.123.1. My virtual firewall and router (pfsense) is running inside ...
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How to remove switchport switchport general allowed from Dell n2048

how to remove switchport general allowed vlan remove 1 from dell n2048 interface Gi1/0/1 switchport general allowed vlan remove 1 exit what command for switchport general allowed vlan remove 1
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Geolocation specific ASN

question: is it possible to determine the geolocation of a city/region of a specific ASN? For example, Telecom Italia has many ASNs. Is it possible to know for each one "which soil" they ...
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Outgrowing a /24 network

We have outgrown our 192.168.1.0/24 network. We are ready to replace the router so I thought this would be a good time to expand the network. I've configured plenty of /24 networks but never anything ...
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How to interpret traceroute results? [duplicate]

So, I have a task which involves calculating the RTT to a destination. Now, I have done it using ping. But, I need to do it using traceroute too. From, my knowledge about traceroute, I know that it ...
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2 Cisco ASA Firewalls - TCP SYN FLOOD

Problem We have 2 firewalls, a DMZ firewall and another firewall named FW1 in a testlab. Both are CISCO ASAs. The shared services and jumphost are behind the FW1 firewall. The 172.28.208.0/24 subnets ...
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Get all reachable IP addresses within a private network [closed]

Is there a way to get all reachable IP addresses within a private network. I know that we can get all active devices' IP addresses within same subnet using arp. I was wondering if something similar ...
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How to use 5 static ip addresses with virgin media broad band

I have installed virgin media business broadband and the package comes with 5 static ips. These IP are GRE tunnels from the HITRON router to virgin. the IP addresses are for example 66.66.66.65 - 66....
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Simple question about NAT [duplicate]

So I am learning about NAT. I understand that it changes IP from public>private and vice versa. From my understanding, when a packet or info gets sent to the public ip towards the private ip, ...
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What is the practical use of bandwidth-delay product? [duplicate]

It's given that the bandwidth-delay product defines the number of bits that can fill the link; while the sender can send (1+(2 * Propagation Time / Transmission Time)) units before getting ...
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Just testing a 2 pair twisted internet cable having 4 wires [duplicate]

I am having a problem with my 2-pair ethernet cable. I have connected the 4th, 5th, 7th, and 8th pins, but the 4th pin is not working. I have checked the RJ45 connector and the cable with a multimeter,...
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How to handle routing with overlapping ranges as general concept?

An existing network managed by a 3rd party contains routers of the same subnet (in this case 192.168.0.0/24) and is connected to a central infrastructure using a VPN tunnel. All connections are force ...
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No access to internet via DHCP, but works with manual IPs

My DHCP server was giving out IPs in the range 10.0.0.1/24, but I ran out of usable IPs, so I changed the subnet to 10.0.1/21 to have more available addresses, however I am now having a weird problem: ...
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Simulating Network Infrastructure on GNS3: Switch Stacks and Configuration Challenges

I'm seeking guidance on simulating a network infrastructure using GNS3, specifically focusing on the challenges related to switch stacks. The network environment consists of multiple physical switches ...
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How & When does User equipment gets to know what is the SFN(system frame number) during Handover process?

Take an example: UE camps to an LTE network let's say LTE B66. Network sends RRC reconfiguration to measure the neighbor cells. UE scans & sends measurement report reporting neighbor cells. Now ...
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RIP v2 Network Command

I am comparing the Boson ExSim Lab to the Neil Anderson's Lab on RIP. On one of the labs on Boson ExSim, it asks to configure RIP on the routers, all of which are on some form of a 192.168..0.0/24 ...
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Can wrong SFP module damage equipment?

SFP modules convert electrical data from the equipment to optical signals. There is no incoming power surging from an optical port to damage the equipment according to my undarstanding of fibre optics....
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Switches in chain topology for ~40 devices

I am currently looking at a network topology consisting of ~40 DUTs. In this network, there is no hierarchy (like access core and distribution), and all the switches are connected in chain topology. ...
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Alternative to the Internet for a local network

Suppose we are designing a network and we want to isolate it from the Internet. Are there any alternatives to the Internet for a local network?
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Timing requirements in OPEN RAN/ORAN

I am looking for information about timing requirements in Open RAN, fronthaul, DU-RU. What are the timing requirements? Can I “ignore” it? In which scenarios can I ignore it? What are the timing ...
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Router to Wireless router (Packet Tracer)

Hi, Can anyone help why I can't ping from my pc in office network to my laptop in guest network or wireless network. It is possible to ping from guest network to office but failed vice versa. Main ...
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