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1. IP Networking
hi all. and sorry for the random question, but this sparkled a raging flame-war at work and i want more points of view
a router, with linux of some sort,
dhcp client requesting for ip in wan1 (as usual with wan ports)
dhcp server listening in lan1, and assigning ip (as usual... (9 Replies)
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Is there any way that i can directly take out the IP packet and see its contents.
Waiting for your answer ..............
Bye (4 Replies)
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