Here's a nifty way of figuring out if you have IP conflicts on a network ( yum search arp-scan ) : [root@mbpc-pc ~]# arp-scan -I bond0 -l Interface: bond0, datalink type: EN10MB (Ethernet) Starting arp-scan 1.9 with 512 hosts (http://www.nta-monitor.com/tools/arp-scan/) 192.168.0.1 f8:11:11:bc:47:8a TP-LINK TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD. 192.168.0.2 54:e6:fc:fb:ad:06 [...]
When trying to change the port server name (I have a USB printer hooked up to a router) for the network attached printer, you get this message, Windows Port Error: 0x000000aa when trying to change printer properties in Windows 7. What to do?
Windows / Linux: The local device name is already in use. This connection has not been restored and IP checksum offload
While setting up my gigabit ethernet network, during simulataneous Windows 7 file transfers to the HTPC+B setup, I've received a number of disconnects, virtually every time while transferring my files. At the point, I not only lost connectivity with the HTPC+B but also my web access most of the time. Here are the culprits and [...]
Here I would like to take you through the steps to configuring and securing a router (In this case we will use the WRT54G as an example) for your home or small office setup. Securing a router can be very important especially when the wireless function is enabled. Likely the most important reason is to [...]
In the not so distant past, there has been an explosion of ISP's on the web which caused the only thing all of them could: dirt cheap hosting. In fact, the web is virtually flooded with ISP's offering everything imaginable under the sun and space has literally become a door prize. But what really separates [...]
PROBLEM You receive random errors failing to initialize your network card at boot time or during manual restart that look like the one below: $ifup eth0 via-rhine device eth0 does not seem to be present, delaying initialization. $ Or just a form of the # service network restart . . device does not seem to [...]
Working remotely from various places, I needed to have access to my Linux machine at home. Unfortunately for me, my DSL IP was dynamic and at the time my ISP would change this IP several times a day. That was good for maybe only a few hours and then it would change to something completely [...]