I was querying my router(Thomson TCW750-4) over the SNMP and stumbled upon some interesting information. I see that the router actually has five separate network configurations operational: ...
I'm working on creating a program ("My Program") that will communicate with another program ("Their Program") via XML commands over a raw TCP/IP connection. Their program allows files to be written to ...
I would like to fuzz FTP protocol, and currently I have the following: s_read_packet(); s_string("USER test\r\n"); s_read_packet(); s_string("PASS test\r\n"); s_read_packet(); I've also tried ...
It just isn't clear to me which choice is good for creating small/intermediate networks. I know one of flaws of Hubs is that they send all packets to all nodes connected to it, in contrast to Switch ...
Under what circumstances could two completely different machines receive packets at the same class C IP address that is not within the IANA-reserved private IPv4 network ranges?