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1answer
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Where do I find the OID descriptions for SNMPv2 in Linux?

I was looking at this link here: http://www.debianadmin.com/linux-snmp-oids-for-cpumemory-and-disk-statistics.html and noticed that the OIDs are the same ones I see for the same stats for our ...
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1answer
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Are application layer protocols part of library routines?

Where do application layer protocols reside? Are they part of library routines of language e.g. C, C++, Java? As goldilocks says in his answer, this is about the implementation of application layer ...
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1answer
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How to tell what wireless protocols my network card is using?

I want to know which wireless protocol my card is currently using. I found a similar question that tells you what network protocol your card supports, but I want to confirm that my card is actually ...
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1answer
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IP Prefix - how do I declare this?

Hi I have an IP Prefix issue I would like to declare the following IP's as "safe" using ip prefix "methodology" ("?") The IP's first three parts of the IP have been doctored to protect the innocent, ...
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2answers
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Why TCP TIME-WAIT State is present at both ends after a connection termination?

I am reading how the TCP states work and especially the connection termination part. All of the books or online material I read, shows that for the termination procedure these states are followed ...
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1answer
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Using xdg-open for accessing network with normal explorer

I'm working with small network and I want to start network explorer from a terminal. When I tried to type xdg-open network:///server it opened google chrome and did nothing. I also tried to type ...
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4answers
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Local area network without using the IP protocol in Linux

I've read a little about Internet protocols and deduced that on local area network, there is no need to use the IP protocol, though it's normally used. Is there a possibility to turn off the IP ...
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What is the need for rsync server in daemon mode

I don't understand the need for an rsync server in daemon mode. What are the benefits from it if I can use rsync with SSH or telnet?