Network


Terminal Server has exceeded max number of connections

When a user establishes a Remote Desktop connection to the server this connection will remain active until the user selects “Log Off” from the Start Menu. As such, if a user simply closes the remote desktop window when they’re finished with the server, that username will remain logged on. The software running […]

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Realtime mikrotik Traffic Monitor By IP

Requirements: Download last version of Attix5 Traffic Monitor Service(server) Download last version of Attix5 Traffic Monitor Viewer Mikrotik configuration: Create a group names sniffer with ‘SSH,read’ policy          Command:          /user                                   […]


Access Lists

Access control lists (ACLs) provide a means to filter packets by allowing a user to permit or deny IP packets from crossing specified interfaces. Just imagine you come to a fair and see the guardian checking tickets. He only allows people with suitable tickets to enter. Access lists filter network […]

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How to edit access list lines ?

Most CCNA books say modifying existing ACL or inserting lines into existing ACL can’t be done….well that shows you shouldn’t believe everything you read If the IOS image running on the router supports ACL line number, then following is the procedure you can follow. First do a show access-list at the exec […]


NAT Overload (PAT)

If you have few global IP address and hundreds of inside local address to translate. In such situation you need to use NAT Overload, also known as PAT. In this example our internal network is using 192.168.0.0 network and we are using only one global IP address 200.2.2.1 configure Router […]

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What is the Dark Web?

  The Dark Web is a term that refers specifically to a collection of websites that are publicly visible, but hide the IP addresses of the servers that run them. Thus they can be visited by any web user, but it is very difficult to work out who is behind […]

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How Does Outernet Work?

Outernet is broadcasting from geostationary satellites thousands of miles above the Earth. This is a Ku-band signal with a footprint which reaches all of North America, Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.


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Lantern is an amazing device fed by a stream of data from Outernet’s satellite network. Free data forever. Initially, Lantern will receive about 2 MB/day, though we will increase this number in the future. Depending on the success of this campaign, we could stream data at up to 100 MB/day. And […]

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How to Connect Two Computers or Laptops Wirelessly

Setting Up an ad hoc Network To get started, open the Control Panel and click on Network and Sharing Center On the next dialog, click on the Setup a new connection or network link towards the bottom. In the new connection dialog, scroll down till you see the Setup a […]