My company currently has a single IP address assigned to a server which is the entry point to our local network, i.e. outside connection -> modem -> server -> LAN. If I were to add another server that would to "sit along side" the current server, with its own non-local IP address, what kind of device would I need to place in front of both servers to allow them to function with this configuration?
I recently set up a server with AD DC and used a mydomain.local address for it. I now would like to be able to access the server through remote desktop from outside my local network. So I have purchased a domain name that I have set up with my router for DDNS and forwarded to the IP of my server.
I'm very confused about how to address a computer on my local network via ipv6. I am writing a server which is meant to support both ipv4 and ipv6. Now I have don an ifconfig and gotten my ipv4 local ip address, however I get inet6 addr: fe80::224:d7ff:fe3e:db44/64 Scope:Link for the ipv6. From what I have read I cannot use this to address the box on my local network right?
This is very basic question but i really could not find how it will be.There are two network IP address are given 10.0.0.10/24, 22.214.171.124/24 .Would like to know are these two addresses in same network or in different networks
I believe its in same network but one of tutorials says its in different network may be I interpreted wrong.
Can anyone please give clear picture about IP address ?