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Internet Protocols

The Internet Protocol (IP) is the principal communications protocol in the Internet protocol suite for relaying datagrams across network boundaries, organized in abstraction layers, traditionally called "Link," "Internet," "Transport" and "Application”. Its routing function enables internetworking, and essentially establishes the Internet. IP defines packet structures that encapsulate the data to be delivered. It also defines addressing methods that are used to label the datagram with source and destination information.

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Virgin Media is my broadband provider in the UK.
I have members of my household utilising the broadband for running nodes etc for 24/7 bit coining mining etc.  Whilst this not only consumes wasted electricity that I am paying for, it is also consuming my bandwidth.

What settings can I change in my Virgin Media superhub to essentially block all these types of activities and others which I might not be fully clued up on.  I don't want to block individual PCs by mac filtering, only port numbers and such sites other than web sites and youtube etc.

I don't want to enter into any moral debates with individuals here either pls, just facts to block my router from running these type of services.
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If I do geolocation on the IP of a Squarespace site I get the location of the Squarespace server, which doesn't tell me anything about where the business is located.  So how can I find all the Squarespace websites  for businesses located in a certain area, maybe a zipcode or a county?

Thanks for any ideas.
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To all networking gurus

We have 2 internet providers, one for data and one for voice. We have a firewall and a HP L3 switch (HPE 2920X). We are using RIPv2 to inter-VLAN as we have multiple VLANs setup in the environment.

We have 5 VLANs setup, and one of them will be voice which has its own internet gateway. Our firewall is connected to Port 1 of the HP 2920 switch, and the voice router is connected to Port 48 of the HP 2920 switch. On the phones and the PABX system we have given the voice default gateway, and the LAN/servers/printers etc are given the HP 2920 default gateway using DHCP.

All seem to be working,however the calls are dropping out and getting a message "No route to destination". Im just thinking it might has something to do with the routing or the  voice PABX/internet issues. Because they are inter-connected, we added ACL rules to block traffic from voice subnet to subnets.

Can anyone share some lights?

Many thanks in advanced.
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I upgraded my manager's computer to Windows 10. The manager has at least 50-60 desktop web links. Now in windows 10, each web link take 20 - 30 seconds t load the page. I have reset IE to defaults, changed the default browser to edge (the links still open in IE). uninstalled / reinstalled .net4. Set the file explorer to defaults. no add-ins. Can't figure out the issue.
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I have about 30 000 files which are a mix of jpg, png, mov, mp4 and potentially others.  Total size is around 70GB.  I've collected these into a single folder structure and left an upload to google photos running, and then used the desktop uploaded and left that for a week to upload any that were missed.

Now, I'm not sure which have uploaded successfully and which haven't.  The 'log' created during the upload is not helpful when working out which files haven't uploaded.  I've done a download of the photos from google photos through their backup system.  However, I can't just windiff between the two folders as they have different subfolder structures.  I've tried doing an xcopy of files to a single folder but some of the files have the same name (although different dates) and I may miss out on file-extensions that I'm not aware are in the listing.

Does anyone have any ideas or scripts I could run to make the problem easier to solve, or to come up with the final list of files that haven't uploaded?
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Can someone explain how to configure VB.net so receive data from a push API using the WAMP protocol?

I have tried several different configurations under the vb.net data sources, but none seem to pickup the data?
 

https://poloniex.com/support/api/
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Device: ASA 5510

Over the last couple of weeks I have noticed that my main (outside) connection has no traffic at certain parts of the day.
ie around 9/10 am until about 1130 am/12 pm there is no traffic on this interface. Our backup interface kicks in until traffic continues on the main interface. During the down time if i plug a laptop and put in static IP, I am able to get out to the internet. I have talked to the ISP they are saying its on my end.

Any suggestions on what could cause this?
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Internet Protocols

The Internet Protocol (IP) is the principal communications protocol in the Internet protocol suite for relaying datagrams across network boundaries, organized in abstraction layers, traditionally called "Link," "Internet," "Transport" and "Application”. Its routing function enables internetworking, and essentially establishes the Internet. IP defines packet structures that encapsulate the data to be delivered. It also defines addressing methods that are used to label the datagram with source and destination information.

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