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How-To: Route Print (Mac OS X)
Viewed 72374 times since Fri, Jul 24, 2015
Mac OS X has a command-line utility for performing a route print called "netstat". The routing table of a device displays the various paths an application may take to reach various network resources. When connected to the UNH VPN, various routes may... Read More
How To: Nslookup (Mac OS X)
Viewed 24877 times since Mon, Jul 20, 2015
Mac OS X has a command-line utility for performing an nslookup called "nslookup". An nslookup is a network utility used to resolve a name (e.g. www.unh.edu) to an IP address (e.g. 132.177.132.99). To perform an nslookup on a Mac OS X computer, you... Read More
How-To: Route Print (Windows)
Viewed 4795 times since Fri, Jul 24, 2015
Windows has a command-line tool for view the routing table.  It is called “route.” To view the routing table (this is universal on all recent Windows versions) open a command prompt.  The easiest way to do that is to go to Start->Run and... Read More
How To: Trace Route (MAC OS X)
Viewed 1900 times since Mon, Jul 20, 2015
Mac OS X has a command-line utility for performing a trace route called "traceroute". A trace route is a network map of connection points to get from one location, usually your device to another location (e.g. www.unh.edu ). The trace route... Read More
Troubleshooting configuring for UNH-Secure
Viewed 1445 times since Wed, Aug 19, 2015
If your device does not contain settings for WPA2-Enterprise it will not be capable of joining the UNH-Secure network. In such cases, contact your device vendor for support. In most cases running the configuration applet located at https://wifi.unh... Read More
Network Access For Guests
Viewed 1319 times since Wed, Jul 8, 2015
General network access is available to guests of the University via both wired and wireless connections.  There are limitations to where wired connections are available, and not all wired connections will allow for guest access. To register on UNH... Read More
How-To: NSLookup (Windows)
Viewed 984 times since Fri, Jul 24, 2015
Windows has a command-line tool for performing a DNS query.  It is called “nslookup.” To perform a DNS query on a Windows computer (this is universal on all recent Windows versions) open a command prompt. The easiest way to do that is to go to... Read More
How To: Trace Route (Windows)
Viewed 860 times since Wed, Jul 8, 2015
Windows has a command-line tool for performing a trace route.  It is called “tracert.” To perform a trace route on a Windows computer (this is universal on all recent Windows versions) open a command prompt.  The easiest way to do that is to go... Read More
Irregular Traffic Validation Q&A: Proxies and Anonymizers
Viewed 635 times since Thu, Apr 7, 2016
                Q: What is a proxy?                 A: A proxy is a network device that relays traffic so that the traffic appears to be coming from the proxy and not the original source.                 ... Read More