MAN - NetStat

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NETSTAT(8)                 Linux Programmer's Manual                NETSTAT(8)



NAME
       netstat  - Print network connections, routing tables, interface statis‐
       tics, masquerade connections, and multicast memberships


SYNOPSIS
       netstat  [address_family_options]  [--tcp|-t]   [--udp|-u]   [--raw|-w]
       [--listening|-l]     [--all|-a]     [--numeric|-n]    [--numeric-hosts]
       [--numeric-ports]           [--numeric-users]           [--symbolic|-N]
       [--extend|-e[--extend|-e]]  [--timers|-o] [--program|-p] [--verbose|-v]
       [--continuous|-c]

       netstat              {--route|-r}              [address_family_options]
       [--extend|-e[--extend|-e]]         [--verbose|-v]        [--numeric|-n]

SOAP Messaging Basics

SOAP Messaging SOAP: Simple Object Access Protocol Blue soap bars in a soap dish Example POST /LocalApp HTTP/1.0 Host: www.silosix.com Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8" Content-Length: 328 SOAPAction: "ImagesServerUp" PNG SOAP BINDINGS POST /LocalApp HTTP/1.0 Host: www.silosix.com Content-Type: text/xml; charset="utf-8" Content-Length: 328 SOAPAction: "ImagesServerUp" POST = Transport for the Message /LocalApp = Destination for the message HTTP/1.0 = HTTP Version Host: = Server sending message to Content-Type: Always 'text/xml' charset = Almost always "utf-8" Content-Length = number of characters in the message payload SOAPAction: ImagesServerUp = URI indicating purpose of the request.

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Win7 Network and Sharing Center - "Page failed to load".

Opening Network and Sharing Center The page failed to load Boot system, press F8 repeatedly With any luck, the boot options for windows will appear Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt Logon as normal with a user with administrator rights Open a command prompt window if one doesn't open automatically Type the following: C: cd \Windows\System32 sfc /SCANNOW System will begin to verify files and post logs to C:\Windows\Logs\CSB\*.log

SFTP Server For Windows

1. What is SFTP?

Secure FTP uses SSH cryptography for communicating with an FTP server. Normally, FTP software also allows for SFTP through an option setting. The port remains the same and for all intense purposes, it is still acting like an FTP client.

 

2. Basic Process

  1. Install FreeSFTPd (SFTP Server)
  2. Add User(s)
  3. Allow SSH command line access(CLI), FTP, and Tunnel
  4. Open exception in the firewall TCP, Port 22 on the server ( Port 23 for the Telnet )
  5. Install SSH Client (PuTTY)
  6. Configure Client

 

3. FreeSFTPd Server Installation

Start the installation program by Right-Click and 'Install as Administrator'

SSH Server ( Win7 )

1. What is SSH?

Defined in RFC 4251, SSH is a netowrk protocol that opens up a secure channel between a SSH server and a Client on port 22

Supports SFTP(Secure FTP) and SCP(secure copy).

freeSSHd Server

Installing freeSSHd Server on Windows Server 2008 R2

2. Basic Process

  1. Install FreeSSHd (SSH Server)
  2. Add User(s)
  3. Allow SSH command line access(CLI), FTP, and Tunnel
  4. Open exception in the firewall TCP, Port 22 on the server
  5. Install SSH Client (PuTTY)
  6. Configure Client and

 

3. Server Installation

Start the installation program by Right-Click and 'Install as Administrator'

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VMWare Virtual Network Editor

VM Network Diagram

The following diagram shows the architecture of the Virtual Network VMWare uses to manager network communications of Virtual Machines.VMnet0 is Bridged to the Hosts network adapter, as is VMnet1 and VMnet8.

RDP Across Domains Failing

RDP Across Domains Failing

I recently added a Windows 2008 R2 sever to my netork and created a domain. After adding a few machines to the domain, I started getting errors when attempting to RDP into my various machines. Keep in mind I had some machines on my DOMAIN, and others stayed in my previously existing WORKGROUP. My User/Password configuration stayed the same and I also knew that computers on a domain, liked to have the domain prefixing the username like: DOMAIN\User

The fix will be done through Group Policy Editor

 

The Error: Attempting to Connect to Remote Desktop

RDP Error 'Credentials did not work'

TCP Subnet Mask Decoder Ring

TCPIP Subnets

Subnet Matrix

Matrix with Binary and Decimal representations of subnet address, their number if IPs and possbile number of Hosts

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