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SONiC OS. ACL for ip of vlan interface L3

I'm trying to apply simple acl rules to IP address vlan100, but it always responds to ping. "VLAN100_ACL": { "policy_desc": "VLAN100 Ingress ACL", "type": &...
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Very slow server printing through vpn [closed]

We are experiencing very slow printing over vpn printserver. The vpn connection is setup on a sonicwall tz205 and a group of 8 computers located on the fourth floor are connected to an unmanaged ...
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backup nokia isam 7360

Does anyone have an idea how to get a config overview from my nokia isam in a format like .cfg or .txt? here what I have tried: I use Oxidized for backing up my network devices. However, I have two ...
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What is meant by Access Network and Edge Router?

I am reading the book 'Computer Networking A Top Down Approach 8th Global Edition' and the book refers in the Chapter 1.2.1 to 'Access Networks' informally as "the network that physically ...
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Missing ICMP identifier equivalent in ARP protocol and desired arping behavior

Running simultaneously more arping on the same interface and the destination IP address all clients get the responses due missing ICMP identifier equivalent. First, am I correct that there is no ICMP ...
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Connecting two different networks behind different firewalls [closed]

I have two LANs in the same building with different ISP and both behind different hardware firewalls connected to a switch like in the first picture bellow. Before, both LANs were connected through ...
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OSPF - is the Designated Router the same thing as the Master Router?

Is it possible, to have a DR as a Slave Router? So here is my knowledge: The DR and the BDR are elected based on priority and then highest RID in an area, so every router can communicate with the DR ...
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Puppet on Forti os, Is it possible?

I basicaly wanted to know if it is possible to download and configure puppet-client on a fortigate to be able to push configuration manifests from the puppet-server ? I already know that some tools ...
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What exactly does the term "main network" mean in subnetting?

In the computer networks course, we solve subnetting questions together with the teacher. There is a term we call the "main network". As far as I understand, we fill in this according to ...
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One Shop, Two ISPs. Will this work?

My retail shop uses Comcast Cable (calling it CC going forward) as the ISP. I just added Verizon 5G Business internet (calling it VZ going forward) as the backup for the times when CC is down (which ...
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Core Switches Redundancy Problem

I have network. I have three different networks and 2 vlans. PC0 is a member of vlan 10, PC1 is a member of vlan 20. One of the networks for vlan 10, another one is for vlan 20, third network is for ...
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answer code block juniper table routage [duplicate]

want some one expert juniper help me for this question user@router> show route 192.168.100.2 inet.O: 15 destinations, 17 routes (15 active, 0 holddown, 0 hidden) Limit/Threshold: 1048576/1048576 ...
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VLSM Error on Cisco Distribution Switch [duplicate]

I have created 3 VLANS which should not overlap but somehow are giving me overlapping problems. Any reasons why? Is the switch buggy? VLAN 10 10.1.1.0/28 255.255.255.240 Usable:10.1.1.0 to 10.1.1.15 ...
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How is network virtualization useful?

I am trying to understand various virtualization techniques, and I am struggling to wrap my head around the concept of Network Virtualization. I don't have a networking background(mostly programming). ...
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EVE-NG doesn't run any nodes other than VPC and vIOS devices

I'm running a Community edition of EVE-NG on a nested virtualization setup but cannot run any of the "real" images in the lab. It's just the virtual PCs and Cisco vIOS devices that seem to ...
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Need to design a network for a medium size business with wireless and wired connections [closed]

I need help in designing a network for a 100-room hotel where all the guests require internet access. We also have business desktops that require wired connections in our offices. I need guidelines on ...
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IPSec Site to Site VPN Connected but Subnets not Routing [closed]

Re: Creating a site to site vpn from ubuntu 22 + strongswan to cisco meraki Issue: I've established a vpn tunnel but routing between clients on the network is not working. meraki config: Non-Meraki ...
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Limit on how many times on converting fiber to copper vice versa

I need to run data through single mode fiber (1.5km) to connect to a remote site. I have to cross a road that has a copper data cable run underneath it. (cat5e) The local authority doesn't allow me to ...
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routers and the HDLC protocol

I'm training in computer networks, I hope my question won't be stupid... Are routers involved in the HDLC protocol, and therefore at layer 2 of the OSI model? I always thought that routers only ...
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Why is inter-VLAN communication not working in my network set-up in Cisco Packet Tracer?

I have created a simple bus topology connecting 2 switches and a router, with each switch connected to their respective end devices through ordinary star topology. The switch model used was 3560-24PS ...
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Do destination hosts decrement the TTL?

I was trying to understand more about traceroute when I stumbled upon this site and I have a question about this diagram: As you can see in the diagram, the destination host S1 receives a packet ...
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In a trace route, do routers that do not respond still forward the packets?

In traceroute, The sender expects a reply within a specified number of seconds. If a packet is not acknowledged within the expected interval, an asterisk is displayed. Pasting here the example trace ...
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What device to use as an intermediary " Wifi Router" for a subnet, plug-and-play architecture?

I am new to network architecture so I apologize in advance for any nomenclature errors. I have 50 IoT devices (running Ubuntu) that I want to stream significant data from. These devices are only ...
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Identification field in ipv4 [duplicate]

What is the actual use of identification field in ipv4 and also does the same fragment packet Will share the same identification value
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Does PPP do broadcasting? [duplicate]

Let's consider the scenario below: Router 1 <---> Router 2 <---> Router 3 Routers 1 and 3 establish a link with router 2, then will Router 2 broadcast to the interface connected to routers ...
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Address Field In PPP Protocol

What is the actual use of the Address Field on PPP As I know, it is always set to 11111111 and this doesn't seem to have any purpose because we use ppp we dealing with the direct link communication
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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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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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End to end delay over N link including the (simplified) propagation delay

It is well know (see this question) and easily verifiable that end-to-end delay in case of trasmission of P packets of size L over N equal links (same transmission rate R) with zero propagation delay ...
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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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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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Which of the 'Variable Length Subnet Masking technique' is correct and most useful for most users? [duplicate]

Method 1: Major Network: 192.168.1.0/24 Available IP addresses in major network: 254 Number of IP addresses needed: 27 Available IP addresses in allocated subnets: 229 About 10.55% of available major ...
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how to calculate the udp checksum when the udp payload is and odd number e.g 45 bytes payload [duplicate]

I am new to networking and was learning about the UDP Protocol and i came through the term UDP checksum. I searched the internet spent so much time finding the correct way to calculate the UDP ...
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Why am I not capturing any ICMP packets on wireshark?

I am doing a lab where we are meant to ping an address and use wireshark to capture ICMP packets when we ping that address. WHen I run the wireshark capture with the ICMP filter on and ping my address,...
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Can propagation speed be measured in bits per second?

In networking, propagation speed is usually measured in meters per second. If we knew how many bits fit in a meter we could multiply these values and end up with a measurement in bits per second. Does ...
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Wrong subnet configuration works anyway in a shared bus, but doesn't work in switched lan. Why?

I was told that this configuration (which contains an error in DNS mask which is /23 instead of /24) works only because it's a SHARED bus. If it was a SWITCHED lan, the DNS responses from DNS to A ...
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Configuring connectivity between device on LAN to WAN on Fortigate 80e

Good day all, I am running into some trouble trying to get a device behind a fortigate 80e on the LAN to talk to a device on the WAN at one of our remote sites Background MQTT Device: 192.168.10.240 ...
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Need assistance with Cisco Firepower 5516X: Excluding a single IP from a specific Snort rule

I'm currently managing a Cisco Firepower 5516X device and have encountered a false positive for a specific Snort rule. Instead of disabling the rule for all traffic, I would like to selectively ...
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Can LACP connect to 2 different firewalls?

I'm in the process of redesigning my network and have a few questions about LACP configuration: Can LACP be set up to connect to two different firewalls? In the diagram I provided, there are three ...
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What are the best practices for troubleshooting and improving the efficiency of file transfers between computers on a local network?" [closed]

What are the best practices for troubleshooting and improving the efficiency of file transfers between computers on a local network?"
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Understanding VLAN Tagging for Network Segmentation

I've been reading up on network segmentation and the use of VLANs to enhance security and network management. However, I'm still a bit unclear about the concept of VLAN tagging. Can someone please ...
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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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Connecting and combining 2 networks

I have networks in 2 separate buildings. Each has its own private IP range. We're installing a private fiber link between the two buildings. Do I just need to adjust the subnet mask so they can see ...
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Why NETCONF standard distinguishes YANG models and configurations?

I'm not a professional network engineer and have poor experience with NETCONF. Could you please explain to me why standard requires two different files with different extensions (xml/json and yang) to ...
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How does OSPF sense the physical media?

For different physical media types, OSPF behaves differently about electing a Designated Router or not. For example, non-multiaccess media links such as serial Point to Point do not need election for ...
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