Hi Dw. I'm developing a Client Server application. At the moment I can connect the two and send data. The main aim is to make a server as a core control. The server only perform actions according to each client request, so the client can request to connect to let say "@Bob" where in my database on the first time "@Bob" initialized a connection with a server he registered a username "@Bob" and the server will capture the IP address of "@Bob" as well as the username "@Bob" and registered it on a database so that when let say "@John" …

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My son wanted an Nintendo DSi, so he can play games with his friends. The Nintendo can't.won't connect to the Internet. I emailed Nintendo support. Their advice was for me to enable DHCP. I checked that and it is enabled. Next on the list is to configure the Nintendo manually. I have to enter an IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, primary and secondary DNS servers. Presumably I have to dedicate an IP address to the Nintendo in the router. How do I dedicate an IP for the Nintendo and where do I get the subnet mask, etc info. Thanks

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Suppose I have a set of machines whose ip addresses are changing, say every 10 mins, then before making the tcp connect call (from a client) how do I make sure all the switches and routers have updated their mac Address and Ip Address mapping correctly and that it is latest and correct? Since I need to make sure the tcp connects to the machine which is having a particular Ip Address,Can I send some application oriented tcp packet which broadcasts in the network and let the switches and routers update their mac Address and Ip Address mapping so that …

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Hi there, I'm currently hosting my website on my own computer, and I'm using http://www.no-ip.com to allow me to do so as I have a dynamic IP. (updates the pointers, when my IP changes.. for the domain name). I have now set up my webcamera to have a have stream on it, the camera is in port 8081, and when I type internally 192.168.1.150:8081; (internal is static @ .150 for my PC), I get to view my web cam. I would like to also put this through my domain name and a link on my webpage, for this... although when …

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I'm looking for a process I don't know weather it will work or not. I want to connect a computer to a website using `HTTP Protocol`. Is this possible ? How we can communicate a system having a `static IP Address` from a `HTTP Protocol` ? Is there any way to do it ?

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