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In Google Analytics, is there any way to exclude traffic from a source, but only when the traffic uses a certain Service Provider?
by Gianluca Riccardi in Development Tools & Services

I am trying to do some analysis in Google Analytics and discovered that there is a particular bot that is sending a ton of 'fake' traffic to my site. I'd like to exclude this traffic from the analysis. It comes from a certain source (the same one every time) and is always on 1 of 4 Service Providers. I have isolated the traffic with the following segment:


INCLUDE "Service Provide

In Linux, simulate slow traffic incoming traffic to port e.g. 54000
by Kapishin in Network & Servers

is there a way in Linux to simulate slow traffic inbound to my server at a specific port? I looked at NETEM but it only seems to WAN wide.


MSMQ security blocking traffic from RPC traffic in Windows Server 2003
by krismolendyke in Development Tools & Services

I've created a Message Queue in a server running Windows Server 2003 and created a client program that is able to send messages, but I can't pull them back. To send messages, I am using the following code (note that I am using transactional queue):


MessageQueueTransaction transaction = new MessageQueueTransaction();
transaction.Begin();
messageQueue.Send("He

Any Google Api that can be used to get traffic information, instead of using TrafficLayer to display Traffic over Map?
by Bjørn Lyngwa in Development Tools & Services

I would like like to know if google provides any API that can be used to get live traffic information. Currently Google provides TrafficLayer so that we can used traffic to render over a Map. But I would like to know how to get this information (JSON or XML) using API.


How to set bing traffic maps to show traffic by default?
by xes in Web Design

I'm trying to code up a bing traffic map for my site and everything is fine except for two annoyances that I must be rid of:


using arrow keys normally lets me go up/down my webpage, but now it only moves the center of the map. How do I turn this off?


In order to get the map to display the traffic layer, there has to be a button that the user needs to operate to turn it


How to Use a Traffic Study to Fight a Traffic Ticket in California
by malbojah in Legal
In California, when you receive a traffic ticket for speeding, you can fight the traffic ticket using a traffic and engineering study defense. There is a law that if a speed limit is reduced below the maximum safe speed limit and you get a traffic ticket, you can fight it on grounds that it was a speed trap. If you can prove that no traffic study was done before the change or the speed limit is lo

How to Fight a Traffic Ticket With Traffic Lawyers
by raghu78 in Legal
Are you looking to fight a traffic ticket, do not think you can beat a traffic ticket in court? Not only can you beat a traffic ticket in court, you can also prevent it from showing up on your insurance, saving you major money over 3 years the typical time a ticket stays on your driving record.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Most likely you are reading this because you got a traffic ticket and are

What Is ADT Traffic?
by Ka0t1x in Business
Transportation planners use a variety of traffic volume statistics to monitor and plan for traffic on roadways. Two of the most important statistics used are ADT, or average daily traffic, and AADT, or average annual daily traffic. DefinitionsA roadway's average daily traffic (ADT) is the volume of traffic counted on the roadway over a given time period (greater than one day but less than one y
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How to Get Web Traffic
by Knoxy in Internet
There are a lot of things to do when building a web site, such as picking a hosting company, buying a domain name, designing and adding content and so on. When all is said and done you are hopefully left with the web site you envisioned. The only thing left to do is get visitors (a.k.a. traffic) to your site. Problem is, you don’t know how to get traffic to your site. Don’t worry
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How to Become a Traffic Cop
by Al Velella in Careers & Job Searching
A traffic cop is a member of the law enforcement community who protect the public and serves their interest by engaging in a variety of duties. The duties of the traffic officer can include such things as managing traffic flow during accidents, providing assistance to stranded drivers and even taking part in high speed pursuits of criminals.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Meet certain eligibil
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