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Proper way of setting gateway outside of subnet on FreeBSD?

I have a VPS running FreeBSD 10 and it is located in OVH's BHS datacenter. The gateway for my VPS is not in the same subnet as my IP address and when I went to set the gateway the usually way, it ...
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Multiple IP - different gateways - one interface - Debian Squeezy

i was reading many answers here and everywhere, but I cannot find the right one. I tried several solutions, but nothing works. I have a server with ONE Interface eth0. I have multiple IP's, but I ...
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how to get gateway address

I am trying to get gateway address but when i call "route -n" I expect to see something like that Destination Gateway Genmask Flags 0.0.0.0 dnsip 0.0.0.0 UG ...
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What can I do if my organization is running out of IP addresses?

My organization is going to run out of local network IP addresses within the next few months. We are expanding to get a ton of new people and we are switching over to Lync IP phones. Crunching ...
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Getting IP addresses through sniffing [closed]

Is it possible to know the gateway address of a wireless AP that I'm not connected to through sniffing? Airodump-ng can show MAC addresses of the AP and the clients associated but doesn't show IP ...
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1answer
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Setup dhcpd without gateway on purpose

I have an XP machine with two network interfaces. One is connected to my company's network (and the Internet). The other is a very local network which connects some hardware with my PC. Both the ...
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1answer
161 views

Which cloud services allow layer 2 link level connections between servers?

There are advantages when you can deploy one server A so that it serves as the IP gateway for machines B, C, and D. In a real machine room, for example, A can balance incoming customer connections by ...
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1answer
472 views

Static routes for making hosts on different network accessible

I have a ubuntu router machine with following network settings: br0 192.168.1.15 netmask 255.255.255.0 br0:1 192.168.2.209 netmask 255.255.255.248 I have a pc attached to the br0:1 network with ...
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Multiple IP's using one NIC connectivity problem - Windows

I have a frame relay network that is directly connected to a GPRS network. I also have a ADSL high speed network and recently I have been trying to achieve the following network configuration using ...
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How to setup Mac server to use two gateways

I recently asked this question: How to set Mac server to use different Gateway for internet bound traffic The answer given works but has presented me with another issue that I didnt make clear in ...
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1answer
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Linux gateway issue

I have a virtual machine running on a public ip (eth0) and an internal IP (eth1/192.168.22.50). From my place (192.168.110.x), I VPN to that network. The problem is that I am unable to access any ...
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Multiple default gateways on the same interface

Is it valid to have multiple default gateways associated with the same interface. I thought that didn't make sense, but I'm seeing this on my laptop $ route Kernel IP routing table ...
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3answers
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Does Default Gateway IP = Router IP?

Basically I am trying to automate logging into the routers setup config page, and if I can get the default gateway ip I want to be sure that I will be able to use that ip to login to the routers ...
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1answer
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Virtualbox Windows XP VM not getting assigned IP, but getting host IP instead

I have a Server 2008 R2 as host OS, and XP SP3 as guest OS. (Using VBOX and NAT connection) The host ip is xxx.xxx.xx.47 and the guest ip is xxx.xxx.xx.91. I assigned xxx.xxx.xx.91 to the VM but when ...
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1answer
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Gateway - Understanding packet details (IP and MAC addresses)

I'm learning the Cisco CCNA material, and most of it is completely new to me. I'm currently learning about how source and destination IP addresses are defined in the IP packet header and the source ...
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What is the proper IP cofiguration for my 2 NICs and 2 VMs?

I have a Win2008 R2 server running Hyper-V with two VMs (Win2003 and Win2008R2). I have two NICs on my server, one for the host, and one for the Virtual Machine Manager. I have it configured as ...