This article explains how to find and access the Windows hosts file and add custom IP to domain name mappings.
The hosts file is a local implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS). It allows users to map IP addresses to local and public domain names, instructing the system on how to resolve host queries. This article teaches you how to edit the hosts file on Mac.
An IP address is a code assigned to a computer on a network. It works as a postal address, ensuring that network traffic is sent to the correct computer. In most cases, your system will have two different IP addresses: an internal IP address and an external IP address. Learn how to find both either by using a GUI or through a command line.
ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR occurs when the server and the web browser fail to perform a proper TLS handshake, resulting in the SSL receiving a corrupt handshake record. This article helps you troubleshoot and fix the error, regardless of whether you are a website owner or a visitor.
The "Temporary failure in name resolution" error appears when the system is unable to translate a website name into an IP address. While the error can appear due to a lost internet connection, there are multiple other reasons why it may show on your system. This tutorial will guide you through steps need to troubleshoot and fix the error.
This article explains how to configure and establish an RDP connection from Windows to a remote Debian 12 system.