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How does the ISP connect me to the Internet?
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It connects you to the Internet very much the same way your home network connects your PC to the router, using IP (Internet Protocol). The ISP doesn't have any magic equipment; just more of it than ...

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Is "port-forwarding" used just for comfort?
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The only good reason for port forwarding is to allow incoming connections to reach a server which is behind the NAT. For instance, if you are running a normal web server, you will want to use port ...

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Communicating sensitive data over fast ethernet connection
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For anything sensitive, make sure you use ssh. ssh keygen ssh-copy-id -i (remote) in both directions. then you can use scp for encrypted transfers. For Windows you can use WinSCP. Get the ...

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Can normal CAT6 be buried?
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I have done this with no problem. I obsoleted the need for the cable by using WiFi before the cable ever could become a problem. But while I was using it I had no problems. The trick is to not just ...

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How broadcasting works on different networks?
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There is no specific standard for broadcasting. They use regular IP (Internet Protocol) to send and receive to/from specifically addresses. I have worked on several brands of automation systems, ...

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Is the bandwidth of cable constrained by its length?
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No. Bandwidth is not something the cable contains. It is simply a physical connection medium. 10mbps is the speed of data flow, not the quantity. The original Ethernet specification limits the ...

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Can I set two gateways or more on the same subnet with NAT on a Cisco router?
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Anything is possible; especially with Cisco routers. But to do what you are suggesting would most likely require contracting a specialist to set up and maintain a system like that. Your ...

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