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Adding static IPs on a p1p1 interface in ubuntu 14.04

I'm wondering if anyone can give me a rundown for networking configurations in ubuntu when the interfaces are p1p1 etc. I have tried p1p1:0 (like eth0:0) for secondary IPs to no avail. If someone ...
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Samba domain trust errors on a specific interface

We have a windows domain that also has a RHEL member server in it. All the servers have a primary network connection to the LAN, but some servers also have private dedicated links to the RHEL server, ...
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Specific host file for interface with dnsmasq

I use a VPN on an interface, e.g tun0 (2.2.2.0/24), while the LAN network is on the interface eth0 (1.1.1.0/24). I use dnsmasq to route specific addresses to my LAN and these addresses have their ...
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what is the use of /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules file in rhel?

what is the use of /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules file in linux? is anyother way to change interface name in linux other than 70-persistent-net.rules? Thanks.
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No network loopback device after security update ubuntu 12.04

I've had Ubuntu 12.04 on a server for the last several months, with everything working fine. Last night I did an aptitude update && aptitude safe-upgrade to bring in all the latest security ...
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Is it possible plugging in a crossover cable to a 1Gb network adapter fried my adapter?

The host I am working with has two network adapters and is running Ubuntu Server 12.10. In an attempt to network two computers I used a cross-over cable as in the old 100Mbps days. After doing this I ...
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Can't consistently ping both networks of multihomed host

I have a host which is multihomed, eth0 is on 172.31.254.0/24 and eth0.10 is on 172.31.253.0/24 . Obviously eth0.10 is a subinterface on vlan id 10. From this host I can succesfully ping hosts on ...
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Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?

I installed Fedora on this one machine which is EXCLUSIVELY a gateway / firewall system. Following installation, I ran 'yum upgrade', and so it should be up to the very latest Fedora 21 - I'm a ...
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Can I easily change Sonicwall's rules from one interface to another if I physically change interfaces?

In our Sonicwall, we want to unplug our cat5 cable from X0, and instead use a optical fiber into X16. But this would mean changing all our rules (we have many VLAN sub-interfaces and firewall rules). ...
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Set up a GRE tunnel over multiple communication channels

I am in a situation where I would like to be able to set up a GRE tunnel running seamlessly over GPRS or Wifi in linux 2.6, preferring of course Wifi whenever available. So on one host I have two ...
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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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reg query inside unknown keystring

Is there a way to reg query into an unknown keystring? What I mean by this is if I do reg query HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\Interfaces\ the entries will ...
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Can we add post commands with the salt network module?

I'd like to add post-up and post-down commands to my network interfaces. Can salt.states.network do that ? If not what would be the best way to add them using salt knowing that I can't simply add ...
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2 nics and 2 public ips

I have a server with 2 nics (interfaces) running ubuntu 14.10 I need to connect each nic to a different router (each being a gateway to different internet connections from different ISPs. I also ...
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Changing network interface names on RedHat

I have a DELL server running RedHat EL 6.3 with two 1G network interfaces, and two 10G network interfaces. Following this note, I have successfully renamed the two 1G network interfaces that used to ...
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device vs interface vs connection under linux with nmcli [closed]

What are dependencies and relations between device, interface and connection in nmcli cmdline utility under linux? The below questions are asked in context of nmcli and networking in linux: Which ...
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Inactive router on quagga

Im trying to connect 5 virtual machines using quagga but for some reason one of my virtual routers appears as inactive, when I use "show ip route" my router with IP "192.168.2.2" is inactive ...
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Setup openvpn as interface device only

I just setup OpenVPN client using this guide on The Geek Stuff But now (somewhat as expected) all my traffic is routed through the VPN. I actually just want to set up the interface device. Does ...
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Is it possible to configure carp using /etc/network/interfaces?

Lots of tutorials out there show to set-up carp using ifconfig: https://www.netbsd.org/docs/guide/en/chap-carp.html I'm wondering if it's possible to do the same using /etc/network/interfaces? For ...
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How do bridges really work?

I'm in a major confusion here, regarding bridges. I thought that they were devices that allowed going from one network to a different one without routing (doing the work at layer 2 instead), but if ...
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How does Linux pick which network interface to use?

Let's say I have a machine with two network adapters on different subnets, eth0 (10.0.100.5) and eth1 (10.0.200.5). Assuming both subnets have routes to the internet (though their own NATs) and to the ...
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identify physical network device by interface name in linux

I have multiple USB to ethernet devices which are plugged to the same pc. Is there a way to identify which one is mapped to which eth* network interface via usb port/etc ? I have tried looking in ...
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How do I route all traffic from clients connected to the DD-WRT to its OpenVPN tunnel tun0?

I am setting a secondary (DD-WRT) router to act as a OpenVPN client so that all clients would get VPN access simply by connecting to the router. But seems clients traffic is always routed via the main ...
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How to rout only ftp packets to a particualr interface ppp0 from eth0 in Linux

I need to create an automated script for creating dial up connection and test it using ftp file transfer to a remote server. I have successfully written the script which creates a new dial up ...
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Routing OpenVPN tunnel in via public interface and out via NAT'd interface (to internet)

I hope someone can help... I want to Configure OpenVPN-AS (i.e. OpenVPN Access Server, NOT OpenVPN) to work on my VPS. The VPS is a KVM running Ubunto 10.04 LTS, with a very vanilla configuration. ...
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how to connect/bridge two interfaces on different processes

I have two processes A and B (simulating real hardware device), each with their own TAP interfaces. If I want to send an ethernet packet to A, I send it on interfaceA, and similarly if I want to send ...
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Routing tables in OS/X Mavericks - causing traceroute: sendto: Cannot allocate memory

OS/X does most of its routing based on the order of the interfaces in 'Network Preferences'. I need to separate traffic, so I've put the default route first, and then routed traffic to the second ...
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ssh on eth0, everything else on eth1 [closed]

I wouldn't even consider myself an iptables novice user, so I was wondering if someone could please help me to do this: I want to be able to ssh into one of my servers using the eth0 network ...
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Packet captures: filtering on RX vs TX

I have a network problem where frames with a source MAC which matches with one of my host's source MACs are arriving at the host - an apparent duplicate MAC, or loop, or other L2 problem. I believe ...
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interfaces/static IP problem - Debian

I'm trying to configure my Debian machine (Lenny) to use a static ip address. Here's what my interfaces file currently looks like: # This file describes the network interfaces available on your ...
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Using multiple internet connections?

I have two connections at work. One that I use to get to the Internet and the other to the company related stuff. The problem is that when I want to connect to the work related stuff, I need to switch ...
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Multiple interface NAT routing

I have multiple internet connections from different ISPs and I need to route certain traffic over a particular ISP link. I am using Debian for this. The setup is as follows; eth0 (IP address is ...
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Windows to configure IIS Website to use a particular physical network interface

How to configure on Windows 2003 server such that:- when I access my website on the server, it uses IP address A.A.A.A when my program runs it uses IP address B.B.B.B Both A.A.A.A, B.B.B.B is ...
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Ping not working from tap interface attached to bridge interface with ip on same subnet as that of bridge to outside

My requirement is to create a multiple tap interfaces, each with ip address on same subnet. I tried this by creating a bridge br0 (192.168.1.199) ...
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Is there any way to force my Linux box to always boot up with a self-assigned IP address?

This is perhaps an unusual request: I'm trying to get a Debian Linux box to always give itself a self-assigned IP address (i.e. 169.254.x.y) on boot. In particular, I want it to do that even when ...
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Web Interface to sharing files on a server with automatic deletion after x days [closed]

I currently have access to an FTP server, with files uploaded onto them. I was interested in knowing how to: Automatically delete files on a specific folder on the FTP server which are x days old? ...
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Linux: Duplicate network interface to simulate link failures

I run Ubuntu. I need to add some latency and/or some network errors to see if my application can handle with network failure ( connecting & disconnecting ). I found "tc" tool which will be helpful ...
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Iptables unable to allow ssh through second interface

I am having an issue where as I am unable to get SSH outgoing connections to be preformed with my current firewall rules from my second interface (eth2). The machine I am trying to connect from has ...
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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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Check packet vlan tag using Tap virtual interface

I am trying to learn how to implement virtual interfaces using the Tap driver. So far my understanding is that using the tap driver I can create a virtual interface and then have a userspace program ...
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How can I add a new physical interface to an Endian Community Firewall?

I just installed the Community Endian Firewall on my system. But it's just recognizing the first 4 interfaces (after going into shell and doing a ifconfig shows br0, br1, br2 and br3). How can I add ...
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Make sshd listen to a specific interface

On my machine I'm using OpenVPN which use the tun0 interface. I want sshd to listen only on this interface. I know, I can specify the IP address to listen to in /etc/ssh/sshd_config with a ...
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Debian, IPv6 is not asssigned to interface

I have a Debian 7 Server with several networks and KVM VMs running configured: 2a01:4f8:191:439b::/64 144.72.132.208/29 The IPv6 Subnet is splitted into /96 Networks to assign each bridge a own ...
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What is a Cisco BVI interface? What is it used for?

I have been Google'd and searched for the answer to these questions, but I cannot find a simple answer. So my questions are about BVI interfaces. What are they? Why do you use them? In what scenario ...
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How to disable NIC transmitter or receiver in Linux

Is it possible to disable either the tx or the rx in a NIC? I am setting up a network monitoring machine and I would like to be sure that no packet will be introduced by this machine at the network. ...
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Ubuntu second static IP, ifconfig, /etc/network/interfaces

I would like to add a second static IP to my local Ubuntu 11.10 desktop machine and have it automatically available after rebooting. So far I am successfully using ifconfig to to temporarily set up an ...
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heartbeat doesn't work on virtual interface

I try to use vertual interface as broadcast for heartbeat(bcast in ha.cf). When I try it I see this message in syslog: May 23 12:17:26 Ubuntu2 heartbeat: [1107]: ERROR: glib: Error setting socket ...
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XenServer 6.2 changing mtu

So I've looked around for a way to change the MTU of interfaces on XenServer 6.2, but can't find anything that works for me ... One method spoke about changing the ifcnfg-intX files in the ...
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Consistent Naming of 10gbps Interfaces on Dell Host

I have some Dell hosts in our environment. I would like to be able to provide consistent network interface naming across platforms. I know that biosdevname attempts to make the interfaces consistent ...
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How to set ip address permanently

This might sound a little strange, but I try to achieve to set up an ip address permanently in Ubuntu using the command line, but not an editor. My idea is to provision servers and just type in the ...