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Cisco RV042 can ping gateway only

I have Cisco RV042 which the problem is can ping gateway only. here my setup : LAN Setting Device, IP address : 172.31.13.254 Netmask : 255.255.255.248 Dual Wan Setting WAN 1 Static IP: IP ...
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iptables will only allow access to my website from external net [duplicate]

I am having an issue with my new Debian Router / Firewall. I have a Ubuntu server hosting a website on my internal LAN. If i try to connect from outside my LAN, eg. my phone, I have no issues. But if ...
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2answers
127 views

Router/Gateway with host-header capability

Can anyone direct me what to look for to get a Router / Gateway / Firewall for my home-office enviroment to be able to run multiple e.g. Webserver on port 80, with one public ip. I know it can be done ...
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1answer
47 views

port 53 works through router but not without it

I have a linux server behind a Comcast business gateway. The gateway has two static ip addresses. I want to forward ports 25, 53, 80, and 143 for both ip addresses to the server. Within the gateway ...
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1answer
135 views

Multiple Routers, Failover, DHCP and multiple gateways. NOT WAN-failover

I've had a look around google and this forum but could not find an answer to my question. So probably one of you can help me a little. My intended setup is: Router R1: wan connection to isp. ...
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1answer
72 views

Cannot connect to external 192.168 address [closed]

I am connected via VPN to another network which uses IP addresses in the range 192.168.x.x. I have changed my home network to not use that network (I use 10.10.x.x). However, I cannot seem to access ...
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2answers
68 views

How do i create a 'layer' in between my router and a user connecting to it [closed]

Like when you go to starbucks the first thing you see if you go to their wifi is "Welcome to starbucks, please accept our terms". Or also at most airports, it makes it impossible to surf until you ...
2
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2answers
119 views

Calculate data transferred in a local LAN

How do you calculate the data flown between a computer and the gateway computer. I have a Linux router/gateway running IP Tables which routes internet traffic in a LAN. I have individual users with ...
2
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1answer
316 views

iptables gateway not working on clients

I am not sure what's going on, but I have setup a gateway debian box with iptables and dhcpd server. The server is handing out the ip addresses to the clients just fine, gateway being set to the ...
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3answers
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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 ...
0
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2answers
146 views

Linux as a router for public networks

My ISP had given me a /30 network. Later, when I wanted more public ips, I requested for a /29 network. I was told to keep using my earlier /30 network on the interface which is facing ISP, and the ...
0
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1answer
73 views

Which brands of wireless routers and DSL modems care about security? [closed]

Which vendors have established a strong security process during development where they educate firmware developers about security issues, arrange security engineers to review the code, accept ...
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2answers
592 views

Port Forwarding not working locally

I have a new Comcast Business Gateway that just replaced my old, perfectly-functional residential modem. I noticed the router I had only had a 10/100 ethernet WAN port but I have a 100mbit connection, ...
2
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1answer
271 views

Rackspace Firewall/Gateway Setup

I have rackspace account and wish to have this sort of setup: Firewall/Gateway eth0 - Public IP (56.X.X.X) eth1 - Private IP (10.X.X.X) Ubuntu 10.10. Accepts connections from the internet and ...
1
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3answers
297 views

ISP like Linux WAN router/gateway

My ISP has installed a fiber link at the place where I work. It has provided an ethernet WAN link to my office and has given a set of static ip's on 187.xxx.xxx.224/29 network. I need to setup a linux ...
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6answers
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What's the difference between a gateway and a router?

Here we can see the router is 67.23.27.187(first hop), but the gateway is 67.23.27.1. What's the difference between a gateway and a router? How does my computer know the IP of the router when only the ...
0
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2answers
337 views

Centralized MAC filter for wireless lan

I am attempting to install a MAC filter in between a switch that handles my wireless network and the core of the network. The idea is to have a centralized MAC filter bypassing the filters built into ...
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2answers
885 views

Routing traffic through a specific port depending on Subnet requested

I have my network setup with a sonicwall device as the default gateway so all my traffic goes in and out through it. Now I have just setup a VPN on a cisco router from our local network of 192.168.5.X ...
0
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1answer
557 views

Siemens se5940, Factory Reset? Reconfig?

I have inherited a Siemens se5940 T1 gateway that I would like to reset and put into use. I have been looking around for a manual but I'm not having much luck. Is anyone aware of a manual that can be ...
2
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3answers
5k views

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
418 views

How to configure machines in a public subnet with two gateways?

We have a single public /24 subnet, with a BGP router as the primary gateway. Now I'm interested in configuring a second router for redundancy. How do I deal with multiple gateways on the servers in ...
1
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1answer
196 views

Modem with support for wired 802.1x

I'm looking at allowing internet access for only a few scattered users on a school network. One method I'm considering is using 802.1x authentication for the modem. Of course there are simpler options ...
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2answers
2k views

IPv6 can I use a link local address as my default Gateway?

can I set the default GW to be the Link Local address of the next hop router. I understand this is a strange thing to do, I'm mostly wondering it is possible?
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4answers
251 views

Cannot access router page or ping gateway, but internet works?

I have a netgear router with several computer connected to it. I can access the internet fine but cannot access the router page. When I try to ping 192.168.1.1 it times out. This seems really ...
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3answers
419 views

Gateway and router on one computer

We have been attempting to setup a Linux/BSD/etc box that can behave as both an internet gateway and as a router. I don't know how to articulate our situation very well, so please forgive me... ...
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4answers
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Two Routers, Two Internet (1 Open, 1 PPTP) - Routing?

I'm trying to setup two routers - one to route specific sites to a always-on PPTP VPN connection, the other for open internet access w/ firewall. First router is connected to Internet w/ built-in ...
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2answers
211 views

is it possible for a router to provide different gateway?

i have tp-link wireless router 192.168.10.188, i was can make it function as DHCP provider(range 192.168.10.100 to 192.168.10.109). the only thing that i cannot make it work as intended, is for it to ...
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3answers
2k views

Is there any way to prevent DHCP server conflicts?

When I ordered the internet connection for work, they threw on a "bonus" router. It's a a 2wire gateway "every service we can cram in a box" type of thing. This is not what I preferred to work with, ...
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11answers
10k views

Is anyone else using OpenBSD as a router in the enterprise? What hardware are you running it on? [closed]

We have an OpenBSD router at each of our locations, currently running on generic "homebrew" PC hardware in a 4U server case. Due to reliability concerns and space considerations we're looking at ...
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7answers
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How do you manage your Linux iptables configuration on a machine acting as a router?

I have a couple Linux machines that act as routers/firewalls for my networks and I have a script that runs all the iptables commands to set my rules. This seems to me like a really silly way to do it ...