ifconfig is a system administration utility in Unix-like operating systems to configure, control, and query TCP/IP network interface parameters from a command line interface (CLI) or in system configuration scripts.

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Network Configuration

This is my situation: Router A: IP 192.168.1.1 Mask 192.168.1.0/24 - Connected to the internet. Server: - Interface eth0: inet addr:10.1.1.125 Mask:255.255.255.0 (connected to router B) - ...
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Can not run ifconfig like commands via browser

Problem is I cannot run "ifconfig" or similar commands via browser. Environment: Programming language : python Server : lighttpd(CGI) , running on busybox. Well machine is really small and so I ...
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With CentOS 6 and LXC, “ifconfig” is unable to see network interface (but busybox “ifconfig” works fine)

I've just started working with LXC under CentOS 6 (via the libvirt adapter). If I create an LXC container, I'm unable to see any network interfaces when using the native system tools: # ifconfig -a ...
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some nodes in a cluster has higher frame value in ifconfig

I am running a cluster consisting of 22 nodes. (22 nodes under the same 1Gbps switch.) I noticed some nodes in the cluster has higher "frame" value in ifconfig like the following. some nodes (higher ...
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how to stop eth0 bridged connection via eth1 host only connection in a virtual machines?

I have to simulate unplugged network cable for testing issue to all applications we are developing in my company . I have about 6 virtual machines Cent-OS on a virtual box . from a php web page , I ...
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How to execute a script only once, immediately after ALL network interfaces are up in OpenSUSE?

I run Opensuse 12.2. I have 3 network interfaces, eth[012] The interfaces are configured in /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth[012] I want to execute a script immediately after ALL three interfaces ...
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different MTU sizes for bond aliases

I have a bond interface but I want to change the MTU to 1500 only for bond9:22 Is this possible? bond9:22 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:0E:0C:E4:BE:F9 inet addr:10.7.18.58 ...
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How to fix non-working ethernet under Linux, with RX permanently increasing?

I have a system with the latest Linux Mint. An ethernet cable which yields internet with no special action from me under Windows 8.1 is detected under Linux, but does not seem to work. Running ...
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OpenVPN cannot connect to local machine that has two NIC cards

This is my first time EVER posting to these forums. Most of the time when I have an issue I can usually solve them by searching forums/Google. But this one issue has me stumped! My company just ...
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ifconfig maximum value of RX/TX bytes

I have a server with over a year uptime which shows 9 TIB outgoing traffic. I was wondering how accurate this number really is? It's running linux 2.6.32 kernel. What I would also like to know that ...
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i2b2 VM: Copy VM won't give me a valid IP address

After downloading a VM image and making a copy of it, I tried booting up both of them on the same Windows workstation using VMWare Player. I am unable to get an IP address for the second one in my ...
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How to make my linux vm attach to an openvswitch bridge?

I am following this tutorial: http://networkstatic.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/openvswitch.openflow.gre_.tutorial1.pdf In brief: br0 is connected to the actual net, br1 is an isolated bridge to ...
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Xen dom0 and domu ifconfig returns different stats

I expected that when I use ifconfig command to display network traffic RX and TX values both for dom0 and domu machine, there are differences. I run once ping inside the domu. domu ifconfig command ...
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Changing IP of the machine at regular intervals

I have a pool of public IP addresses. There are some services in my box which binds to these. What i'm trying to achieve is to automate the IP change process. Best way to do this is to write a script ...
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openvpn: after changing to server mode, client does not create TUN device

i had a previously working configuration with the config files used in a previous question However, i've changed this now to the following configuration using server mode, everything on the logs seem ...
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Granting user enough privileges to run ifconfig on IllumOS (OmniOS)

I sense this should be a very simple question, but somehow I cannot find a solution. I have a non-root user and I would like to grant this user enough permissions or privileges, so he can run ...
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IP served by OpenVPN doesn't take ipp.txt into account

I'm facing some troubles right now with an OpenVPN server an former colleague set up (I'm not too into it ATM). We're using OpenVPN for a private network of ~200 clients (to be more specific, only 15 ...
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Peer to peer ipsec tunnel - virtual network interface

I'm trying to create an IPSEC tunnel between two machines (not between two networks). Using ipsec-tools, TUNNEL mode. I think I can cope with all those add and spdadd, but how to create a virtual ...
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Can I change venet0:0 main ip to venet0:1 ip?

I would like change my main IP from venet0:0 to venet0:1. Is this possible? This is my ifconfig: [root@marketport tmp]# ifconfig lo Link encap:Local Loopback inet addr:127.0.0.1 ...
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Debian on VM has web access but can't be pinged

I have just installed Debian on a Virtual Machine. I have internet access on the VM and installed SSH. I then did a ifconfig and discovered that the IP address is 10.0.2.15 which is strange as the ...
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How to detect on Linux that given MAC (HWaddr) is a virtual MAC and will change after rebooting?

Is it possible on Linux to detect automatically that given MAC (HWaddr in ifconfig output) is a virtual MAC and will change after rebooting. or alternatively is there a way to detect virtual network ...