Is there a way to capture all data that arrives at my ip address and a specific port? 

by on June 4, 2013

Q: Hi, I would like to capture data arriving to my IPaddress:port and store them in a database. Can I do so with vb.net? If yes, should I use an object or write a code, and if I a code, is there any link on the web to help me out? Thanks a lot

 
 

What is the difference between ipv4 and ip version 6? 

by on May 16, 2013

Q: What is the difference between ipv4 and ip version 6?

 
 

Can I hide my IP address so facebook can’t see it when I login? 

by on April 23, 2013

Q: Can I hide my IP address so facebook can’t see it when I log in?

 
 

Why does speedtest.net think I am in Kansas when I am in Georgia? 

by on December 5, 2012

Q: why does my computer think im in kansas when im really in georgia? i went to speedtest.net to check my speed for a mmo game, and it said i was in kansas. i went to check my region and location settings in my computer and they were correctly set to my present address previously to the issue. i then went to whatsmyip.com (or whatever that site is called, i cant remember) and it to said i was in kansas. my connection is wifi through alltel if that info is relevent. hope to hear a reply soon, thanks.

 
 

If you send an email from your phone can the person that receives it look up your IP address? 

by on November 26, 2012

Q: if you send an email from your phone can the receiver look up your IP address and where you have send it from?

 
 

Can I find out where a person is located based on the IP address in their email header? 

by on September 23, 2012

Q: URGENT – My question is regarding IP info, according to info below, where do I find out where the emails were sent from. I believe I am a victim of a romance scam and need to know more. If I give you a few of these details, can you help me? (different IP addresses). Also, in the same day for example, the person has 2 different IP addresses like if he was in 2 different places at a time, how can this be? Your help is greatly appreciated. It just that I don’t understand how to sort out this IP information.

 

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Is it necessary to use both static and dynamci addresses on a LAN? 

by on March 26, 2012

Q: Hosts on a typical LAN would use a combination of static and dynamic addressing. Is it necessary to use both types?

 
 

What IP address shows on emails that I send while traveling and using someone elses laptop? 

by on March 20, 2012

Q: When I am traveling and using someone elses laptop what IP address shows on e mail I send out

 
 

What does it mean when Windows detects a conflict of IP address on the network? 

by on March 13, 2012

Q: Hi, I have an error message on my vista run laptop: Windows detects a conflict of IP address on the network. I wonder how this can be as it’s only 1 laptop on the network?? I use an Ethernet cable with modem and when that won’t work thanks to the error message I revert to using my dongle which works fine. Cheers!

 
 

Can I change my modem to have a static IP address? 

by on February 1, 2012

Q: can i change my modem(arris) to a static ip address? and if so can you provide a link that’ll guide me through the procces.