GRC | OpenVPN HOWTO Guide: Routing vs Bridging
If the packet is being sent to a local computer, the packet is addressed directly to that machine — since, as we've seen, every machine on the local LAN can directly receive anything seen by any other local machine. But if the packet is being sent to a non-local destination, the packet is sent to the LAN's designated Gateway for subsequent "routing" outside of the LAN and toward the packet's own homeISC - Packet Submissions,Set the resolution on your fax machine to ‘fine’. When faxing more than one packet at a time, it is necessary to separate each packet in your fax machine’s memory. If this is not done, all packets sent at that time will be grouped into one packet, and your packet will be rejected.Capturing packets of VMware machines, part 2 | Packet Foo,,In the first post I described how to capture packets in VMware vSphere environments when dealing with standard vSwitches. While that works fine, some larger installations have an even better way of doing network captures of virtual machine traffic, provided by the so-called Distributed vSwitches.