This online book is a structured, introductory approach to the basic concepts and principles of the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol suite, how the most important protocols function, and their basic configuration in the Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 families of operating systems. This book is primarily a discussion of concepts and principles to lay a conceptual foundation for the TCP/IP protocol suite and provides an integrated discussion of both Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6).
Network Monitor 3.2 is a protocol analyzer. It allows you to capture network traffic, view and analyze it. Version 3.2 is an update and replaces Network Monitor 3.1. Network Monitor 3.x is a complete overhaul of the previous Network Monitor 2.x version.
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You have to fill out some personal information to get to the download page for each tool, but here’s some tools you may find useful.
- SolarWinds Free TFTP Server – upload and download executable images and configurations to network devices – our most popular free network monitoring tool!
- NEW! SolarWinds Free Exchange Monitor – our newest free tool delivers a clever desktop dashboard that continuously monitors Exchange to deliver real-time insight into services, mail queue sizes, and host server health.
- SolarWinds Free NetFlow Configurator – configure NetFlow v5 via SNMP on supported Cisco® devices – a perfect complement to Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer and the NetFlow Real-time Tool in Engineer's Toolset
- SolarWinds Free Advanced Subnet Calculator – compute addresses for IP subnets – another perennial favorite in our suite of free network monitoring tools!
- SolarWinds Free Wake-On-LAN – remotely power up network PCs
Mine is, apparently…
Your name server, at 18.104.22.168, appears vulnerable to DNS Cache Poisoning.
All requests came from the following source port: 38465
Do not be concerned at this time. IT administrators have only recently been apprised of this issue, and should have some time to safely evaluate and deploy a fix.
Requests seen for f7c47605c597.toorrr.com:
Jump out here to test yours. Use the DNS Checker on the right-hand side of the blog.
The Infrastructure Planning and Design (IPD) guides are the next version of Windows Server System Reference Architecture. The guides in this series help clarify and streamline design processes for Microsoft infrastructure technologies, with each guide addressing a unique infrastructure technology or scenario.
Here’s the new one’s available:
Here’s the one’s already available:
Here’s the URL to find all of them: