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What is the maximum value that a receiver can set in its advertising window
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The Window Size field in each TCP header indicates the amount of empty space, in bytes, remaining in the receive buffer. The field is 16 bits in TCP, but with the Windows Scale option, values larger ...

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How does "dual-line" feature work on Cisco/Avaya IP phones for VOIP?
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If the huntstop attribute is set, an incoming call does not roll over (hunt) to another ephone-dn when the called ephone-dn is busy or does not answer and a hunting strategy has been established that ...

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TCP-CUBIC: What's TCP Mode?
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Cubic functions can have both convex and concave portions, meaning that they can grow more slowly in some portions(concave) and more quickly in others(convex). In addition to that CUBIC also has a TCP ...

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What happens with tagged traffic on access port of Cisco switch?
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Please check this - Double tagging VLAN hopping attack takes advantage 802.1Q tagging and tag removal process of many types of switches. Many switches remove only one 802.1Q tag. In Double tagging ...

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The Netstat command equivalent on IOS 15
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For UDP you can use Router# show udp and if you want to see detail of a particular socket then Router# show socket <PID> detail

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Which header is added to the voice data payload in Layer-2 when we use an IPsec VPN?
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That is official documentation from Cisco, so I don't doubt that. As far as L2 header is concerned it is added depending on the L2 technology(Ethernet, Frame Relay etc.) The document is not taking L2 ...

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FXO to GSM routing
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From your description I can say that it is very much possible, and in any PBX. You should check with your PBX provider if the GSM and Analog Gateway are compatible with it or not. If they are ...

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TCPDUMP Output analysis
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First edition of TCP/IP Illustrated is also very helpful. You can know about protocols and their behavior also. An Example - 1023873914.125606 fulton.ssh > spider.1145: P 3066603742:3066603806(64) ...

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Is the nesting network in one machine correct?
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eth 2 Address: 10.0.0.0 Netmask: 255.0.0.0 = 8 Wildcard: 0.255.255.255 => Network: 10.0.0.0/8 Broadcast: 10.255.255.255 HostMin: 10.0.0.1 HostMax: 10.255.255.254 Hosts/Net: 16777214 ...

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Why do my network adapters do not show IP addresses when bridged?
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bridged adpter in VMWare works as an adapter directly connected to the network. That means it will get IP Address in the range of your NIC IP. If a virtual adapter is configured for NAT then it will ...

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How can a DHCP OFFER message be unicast?
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4.4.1 Initialization and allocation of network address: The client begins in INIT state and forms a DHCPDISCOVER message. The client should wait a random time between one and ten seconds to ...

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How can i access three vlans on one port?
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I don't think this will be possible. PC Port on Phone is an access port and you can't change it to trunk port. Why don't you connect PC directly to Phone and then phone to 8 port switch. One trunk to ...

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Delays and throughput
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Transmission rate is not same as bandwidth. Channel Bandwidth – the range of signal bandwidths allowed by a communication channel without significant loss of energy (attenuation). Channel Capacity or ...

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Isolate networks whilst sharing NAS
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I would suggest you to connect NAS to the router instead of switch and camera also(if you have only one camera). 3 different networks would do.

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