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Why you can't have servers on cable modem

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NetworkingThis article is an excerpt from the highly informative Navas Cable Modem/DSL Tuning Guide.

The text here describes how a cable modem downlink can be affected when the uplink saturates. This - in effect - is why most cable ISP's deny any use of public servers on their subscriber lines.
 
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Ethereal

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NetworkingSys Admin has an article that describes Ethereal, a free packet sniffer and network analyzer with a nice GUI. Ethereal can filter traffic, and has a command-line version as well.

From the article:
"With an abundance of commercial and free software products available, it may be difficult to choose a good product"
"Ethereal can read the data files from a multitude of other packet sniffers, letting you analyze previously collected data"

 
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Dot-Com Builder: Tuning Your Apache Web Server

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NetworkingSetting up and configuring your Web server is a reasonably simple process for which most installations provide scripts. Optimization involves tweaking your server to achieve maximum performance. This is not well documented and is anything but automated. This article provides some simple tactics you can employ to improve your Web server's performance, and where appropriate it points to tools and information sources that will help you achieve even greater performance gains.
Full article over at Dot-Com Builder.
 
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Using Win2k as a gateway

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NetworkingIf you have a LAN at home and want to use your Windows 2000 box as a gateway to the internet, there's hope for you. David Whipple have written a piece on DHCP, Dial-on-demand, NAT, DNS Proxy, routing and all those other useful things a internet-enabled LAN cannot do without.

Read the whole thing on the Microsoft web site.
 
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A Wireless Neighborhood Freenet

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NetworkingOver at BYTE.com, Moshe Bar writes:
"This column is really about how some friends and I are turning left-over Linux boxes plus wireless LAN equipment into instant neighborhood "freenets." But first a few observations about the Open Source ecology in which or from which these things swim."

Read the full article.
 
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