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Mikrotik P2P mangle rule – SOLVED

Its long time ago but MikroTik removed P2P matcher from mangle rule, so now you have to use L7 analyze to mangle this traffic. Here is code to paste to the terminal:

This mark P2P connection so you can apply queues on it, block it, or anything that you want to do with a …

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Ping unable to resolve but nslookup works fine – workaround

Sometimes if you make changes to your local DNS server windows do not works ok to resolve this DNS record in a local network. What?

Why? On Windows (even recent versions such as Windows 10), the first step can easily fail. For the sake of backward compatibility, Windows supports various methods of hostname resolution (hosts …

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Fortinet – NSE 2 Quiz – Module 9 (Competitive overview) answers

Who are Fortinet’s main competitors in the Data Center? : Cisco / cheap nba jerseys Juniper wholesale jerseys Networks Who are Fortinet’s main competitors in the Enterprise? : Cisco / Check Point Who are Fortinet’s main competitors in the Distributed Enterprise/SMB market? : Check Point, Dell/SonicWALL, Sophos, 2 & WatchGuard NSE2.L9.Q4.Advance.Threat.Protection.Competitors :  Main Competitor – cheap jerseys FireEye Secondary …

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Fortinet – NSE 2 Quiz – Module 7 (Carrier/MSSP) answers

What are the different types of MSSPs? : Pure-play, Carrier and Cloud Service Provider The MSS Market is expected to grow _______ from now to 2019. : 17.3% What are the foundational services for MSSP. : Security Húfu device management & continuous monitoring Primary market drivers for managed security services? : Awareness, cost cheap NBA jerseys reduction, security complexity, compliance The top …

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Subnet table for IPv4 cheat sheet

Subnet range – Class A [table] Type,Hosts,Netmask,HEX /1,2048 M,128.0.0.0,80.00.0­0.00 /2,1024 M,192.0.0.0,C0.00.0­0.00 /3,512 M,224.0.0.0,E0.00.0­0.00 /4,256 M,240.0.0.0,F0.00.0­0.00 /5,128 M,248.0.0.0,F8.00.0­0.00 /6,64 M,252.0.0.0,FC.00.0­0.00 /7,32 M,254.0.0.0,FE.00.0­0.00 /8,16 M,255.0.0.0,FF.00.0­0.00 [/table] Subnet range – Class B [table] Type,Hosts,Netmask,HEX /9,8 M,255.12­8.0.0,FF.80.0­0.00 /10,4 M,255.19­2.0.0,FF.C0.0­0.00 /11,2 M,255.22­4.0.0,FF.E0.0­0.00 /12,1024 K,255.24­0.0.0,FF.F0.0­0.00 /13,512 K,255.24­8.0.0,FF.F8.0­0.00 /14,256 K,255.25­2.0.0,FF.FC.0­0.00 /15,128 K,255.25­4.0.0,FF.FE.0­0.00 /16,64 K,255.25­5.0.0,FF.FF.0­0.00 [/table] Subnet range – Class C [table] Type,Hosts,Netmask,HEX …

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