Networking

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As a network engineer, I need plenty of good tools at my disposal. I help to maintain an enterprise-level network of hundreds of Cisco devices, many hosts and even more users. Linux and open source projects become the "glue" which helps me perform my job. more>>

Special Session on Cognitive Radio

Special Session on Cognitive Radio, Oct 14 to 16, 2008,Dalian, China

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Special Session on "Cognitive Radio" CALL FOR PAPERS http://www.wicom-meeting.org/CR/ Dalian, China October 14-16, 2008 more>>

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====================================================================== The 4th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCOM 2008) CALL FOR PAPERS more>>

Wireless vs. Ethernet Access

Hello,

A friend of mine is traveling through Italy using an ASUS Linux-based laptop for internet access. He says that he is able to connect to the internet using ethernet 100% of the time, however is much less successful (about 10%) using wireless. Ethernet connections are not available at most hotels and B&Bs; wireless is the preferred choice.

Any ideas?

thanx

server with 2 ethernet cards

Hello, I 've a problem with my net. I've xubuntu 7.10, on a pc with 2 ethernet cards. I want create a server with firewall

ip eth0=n,m,0,254 ip eth1=n,m,1,2 gateway(n,m,0,254) _____ server my net--->(layer n,m,0,x)-->|eth0 | | | gateway eth1 more>>

SOCKET Programming Trouble

Hi all!

I'm doing some simple server/client based socket progs in C. My problem is that the sending routine uses the protocol family PF_PACKET -> with SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_UDP so i made some own cooked frames and send them with sendto(). I' have monitored them with tcpdump, the packet arrives, the ip sum is ok the udp socket too. more>>

Networking!

I think the networking in Linux is one of it's biggest strengths. And one of the topics I like to discuss most. There's actually very little you *can't* do with Linux when it comes to networking.

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