I've been reseraching the best way(s) to store both ipv4 & ipv6 ip addresses. Simply put, so far there seems to be much debate as to how to do so properly ranging from storing them as varchar or in a binary format. I'm really not sure at this point. I suppose I would like to hear from some folks here as to your experience doing so. Some things I need to consider: 1. At some point, I may be storing possibly millions of ips, so I do need to consider storage size in advance, obviously. 2. I also assume when …

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hello evryone i am a student of Networking and will like to have your help to understand subnetting clearly. first let me know you that i know the classes (A B C D) even very well but my issue is i can do well the subnetting and have tried to understant from so many video but they are just confusing me more and more so please can any one of you explain to me thks advance. secondly let me know what i don't understand let said you have a network ID which 192.168.30.0 and you need 8 subnet so how …

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I am testing Linux video servers and setting them up through a web interface. The web interface is being used to set the IPv4 address, the hostname, and disabling DHCP. The web interface is run off of the video server, and accessed through a web browser. The page can be accessed two ways: (1) by IPaddress, example 192.168.1.1/NetworkSettings.html - I can access the servers this way, but since I don't know the IP address before I set them, this is not much use. (2) by hostname, example IS-001/NetworkSettings.html - This is the way I need to access them, but it …

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