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For questions about Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4); as specified in RFC791.

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IP address 10.150.174.20/17 is part of 10.150.128.0/17 network. First valid host: 10.150.128.1 Last valid host: 10.150.255.254 Broadcast: 10.150.255.255
answered Feb 3 '17 by Datagram.Network
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Your ISP could have network built based on RFC1918 IP addresses. Then somewhere on the way there is NAT applied to translate IP address.
answered Aug 9 '16 by Datagram.Network
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Packet which is sent from and to protected subnets will be encapsulated by strongswan. If traffic is not matching criteria won't be encapsulated. Try to generate ping from interface which is included …
answered Aug 9 '16 by Datagram.Network
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A good security practice is to separate management and user data traffic. The management VLAN, which is VLAN 1 by default, should be changed to a separate, distinct VLAN. To communicate remotely with …
answered Aug 9 '16 by Datagram.Network