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Linux router with 4 NICs not working

I'm setting up a Linux based router, with 4 NICs, and I can't seem to convince it to work, despite following steps suggested on various web sites. Each interface is on a separate subnet as follows: ...
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Server with 3 network cards

Totaly edited: I have 3 nic with links eth0 eth1 eth2. I made 3 table T1 T2 T3. In /etc/network/interfaces i wrote: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 1.0.0.1 netmask ...
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Connecting Linux system to switch from 2 interfaces

To get proper redundancy, we've installed 2 switches in our network and connected them to eachother. We now want to hook our servers to both switches. Since all servers have 2 ethernet ports, this ...
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A tool to change the default bind interface for a given command?

This is somehow related to Change interface for doing a whois The differece is that I'd like to know if it's possible to specify the default interface only for a specific program - not system-wide. ...
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How to identify NICs that are connected to the same switch from a Linux box?

Initial Setup As a Linux administrator you have installed a fresh Linux box with 6 NICs eth0 to eth5. The eth0 interface is correctly configured and all other interfaces are currently up but without ...
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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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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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Linux 2 network card routing depending on the interface used

My server has 2 network card installed and I manage to get it up and running. I can ping both interface but I can not ssh or access any service (ie web/ftp) if I connect using second interface. Both ...
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Cacti CDEF function to plot several interfaces on one traffic graph

The final graph I want to plot is similar to below graph. CDEF function to plot this graph manually (through command line) is like: DEF:t1=$RRD_PATH:telnet:AVERAGE \ DEF:t2=$RRD_PATH:smtp:AVERAGE ...
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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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Can only bring up one of two interfaces

I'm having a bizarre issue with my HP Proliant DL 360 G4p server. It has two gigabit ethernet interfaces but I can bring up only one of them. This is starting to freak me out and that's why I turned ...
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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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How to set up internal routing between virtual interfaces and real ethernet interface (Linux)

I have a Linux box with one real (as opposes to virtual, a.k.a. aliased) Ethernet interface I can use (eth0 is used for other purposes - can't use it, nor can I add more NICs). Say it's eth1 I need ...
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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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Junos: find out each interface's ip

Sorry if my explanation is confusing. I need to get all the ip addresses of a Juniper Switch and Router (different models). On Cisco IOS I can get that with show ip interface brief | exclude ...
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how to configure modprobe to recognize newly installed driver for eth1 on bootup?

I have a server running Debian 6. My motherboard has two interfaces, eth0 and eth1. Debian does not have a driver for eth1 (e1000e), so I installed the driver provided by Intel (e1000e-1.4.4). ...
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How do I configure multiple IPs on an Ubuntu server with two Ethernet ports?

I am trying to set up four IPs on two Ethernet ports. I figured I will assign one to each and then create aliases for the remaining two. This is what I did with my limited networking knowledge: # ...
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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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Keep router interfaces isolated

Have a Cisco Router 2811 with a HWIC that gives it an extra port so I have 3 Ethernet ports. Have it configured like this: FA0/0- 192.168.1.1 FA0/1- 192.168.10.1 FA1/0- 10.0.0.1 (outside) All that ...
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Use one NIC to create multiple interfaces for Linux KVM

I am working on a thesis research project, and I am having some difficulty figuring out how to make one NIC spawn several "bridge" interfaces such that each KVM VM can be seen on the local network. I ...