## Clubbing together network websites as subdomains and impact on Google Analytics reporting

We have set two milestones for our business that has a network of websites:

• To generate 50,000 impressions per month for www.digitalsplendid.net so as to make it eligible for selling ad space on buysellads.com, a premium marketplace for display ads. • To generate 500\$ per month revenue for six months for www.digitalsplendid.net so as to make the same eligible for listing at popular website marketplaces like EmpireFlippers, FE International for sale.

My query is for the above two milestones (50,0000 monthly impressions and 500\$ monthly revenue), does it make sense if our network websites (www.digitalsplendid.agency, www.woosplendid.com, www.finsplendid.com, www.digitalsplendid.news, www.howtosplendid.com, www.micsplendid.com) are clubbed together under the flagship website www.digitalsplendid.net by making all these subdomains of digitalsplendid.net. As I also want to make these network websites live on their own domain name, so news.digitalsplendid.net will redirect to www.digitalsplendid.news.

By following the above strategy, I am not sure if the Google Analytics will count the visitors at www.digitalsplendid.news (news.digitalsplendid.net) under www.digitalsplendid.net.

## Explain this Neural Network used for Knowledge Graph Embedding

I am interested in better understanding the neural network used in the paper LogicENN A Neural Based Knowledge Graphs Embedding Model with Logical Rules. To my knowledge this is the most advanced and complex knowledge graph embedding.

The neural network is described as follows:

Entity pairs, $$[h,t]$$ , are input and relations are output.

The score of a given triple $$(h, r, t)$$ is $$f^r_{h,t}$$ and is given by:

The beta vector are the embedding of relations.

The phi vector is the feature mapping of the hidden layer of the network which is shared between all relations.

This neural network works with a single hidden layer.

The first problem is: when I look at the picture, I think this neural network should have multiple hidden layers but in the text it’s written “we use a single hidden layer”.

The second problem is: when I look at the picture, I think that there is no direct relation between the outputs and the hidden layers but in text it’s written “the feature mapping of the hidden layer of the network which is shared between all relations”.

Please, explain this neural network. Any help is appreciated.

## New affiliate network with recurring commissions and weekly payments

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## DNS Spoof Printer on network

I was wondering if it would be possible to arp spoof my printer and router

``arpspoof -t printer router  arpspoof -t router printer ``

and then reroute all print requests to my CUPS print server on localhost?

``dnsspoof -f hosts.txt ``

If so, what type of traffic would I outline in my hosts.txt

would it be something like this?

``host_ip ipp* ``

Thanks for all the help, I’m only asking because DNS spoofing doesn’t normally work for me because of cookies and SSL Certificates.

## Network manager goes bad after hot unplugging an external usb wifi adapter

While my Lubuntu 18.04 is connected to a wifi network via an external wifi adapter, I hot unplug the external wifi adapter.

Symptoms of the problem:

1. When I plug the external wifi adapter back to my computer, no wifi network is detected, even though both networking and wifi are enbaled.
2. The top process shown in the output of `top` is:

`` PID USER      PR  NI    VIRT    RES    SHR S  %CPU %MEM     TIME+ COMMAND  1068 root      20   0 1029552   8060   4864 R  85.7  0.1  29:25.70 NetworkManager ``

Trying to kill it by `sudo kill 1068` or `sudo service NetworkManager restart/stop` or `sudo systemctl restart/stop NetworkManager` will result in hanging forever

Trying to run any `sudo` command e.g. `sudo pm-suspend` will result in the same forever hanging

3. The usb port on my laptop where the external wifi adapter was originally plugged in has also stop working for other external devices, unless I reboot my Lubuntu.

How can I solve the problem? Preferably not rebooting my Lubuntu.

How can I avoid the problem in the future? Is NetworkManager the culprit? Will some alternative be better and which ones?

Thanks.

Log:

This is part of `/var/log/syslog` around the time when the problem happened. (I unplugged a keyword to free up a usb port for a flash drive, and then unplugged the external wifi adapter, to free up a usb port for a printer, and then plugged it back. )

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## Is it possible for DHCP in one network interface to assign a local IP address that overlaps with the subnet of another interface?

``iface eth0 inet dhcp  iface eth1 inet static   address 192.168.1.1   netmask 255.255.255.000 ``

Is it possible for a host to connect to `eth0` and get assigned an address that is part of `eth1`‘s subnet domain (anything from `192.168.1.2` to `192.168.1.255`)?

What averse consequences will this have in practice and is the expected (mis-)behavior deterministic?

Is there something that can be done to prevent this while leaving the `static` and `dhcp` methods unchanged? I couldn’t find anything on the man page.

## When using VPN on a WiFi network, can the traffic of other non-VPN computers on the WiFi be monitored?

Let’s say I am using a WiFi connection and am connected through VPN to a private network.

Would the computer using VPN be able to monitor the traffic of other computers connected to the same WiFi, but without using VPN.

The answer is unclear to me as the VPN connection provides an encrypted tunnel to the private network, out of reach of the other computers on the WiFi (or rather: encrypted beyond recognition, hopefully), but I’m not sure whether those computers “outside of the tunnel” are reachable to the VPN connected computer ?

## Network Connection failed:Activation of network connection failed

I have recently installed ubuntu on my machine and It is working perfectly with the WiFi, but ethernet is not working. It is showing Connection Failed Activation of network connection failed. Please help me with this. I’m using ubuntu 18.04 LTS