When network equipment is experiencing dropouts, you often need to run a constant ping to track when equipment or a connection may be failing.
Recently, our office has moved from a FTTP to a FTTN connection. Our office is located about 500-550m from the node which should mean speeds of 40-50mbps are attainable – though to date usually at most the attainable speed is just 27mbps. As a result speeds are drastically lower than what is being paid for […]
Netdiscover Determine the devices on a network range. netdeiscover -r 10.0.2.0/24 (Scans a /24 subnet of 10.0.2.0) NMAP NMAP to determine the services on a host. nmap x.x.x.x -sV -O -PN NIKTO Scan for vulnerable server packages. nikto -h x.x.x.x DIRB Use dirb to essentially brute force the directories that are accessible from a website. […]
When I first started looking at subnetting for larger network ranges this video helped me understand CIDR Notation!