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among the below socket programming api's, please let me know which are blocking and non-blocking.
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2. IP Networking
I am trying to block ALL traffic except when from ports 9100,22,23 to destination network 192.0.0.0 (my WAN): 2 networks 220.127.116.11 with static route to 192.0.0.0
Shouldn't this work?:
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I am trying find a command that would show me the stats of outgoing traffic on UPD ports on a Solaris 10 box. I would appreciate if anybody could help me out on this.
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I have 2 NIC cards on my SUSE Linux server. One of them was reporting receive errors for a while now it's OK, but i'd like to monitor it.
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7. IP Networking
Not sure if this considered traffic shaping or not, so I'll appreciate the enlightenment...
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I have two computers running red hat, but when i use telnet command in a shell from one to another, it works. but from the other , it does not, it said: refused. i sent the security for incoming connecting, but it still not work . anyone have experience ?
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9. IP Networking
I've got a legit DHCP server on my network. I've got a 3550 as my VTP server providing 4 vlans to 4 2950 switches. If somebody were to plug into one of those vlans with a DHCP server configured then it would throw off my whole network. How could i block the DHCP server that could plug into the... (2 Replies)
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