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Routing packets from one interface to another while leaving untouched the default interface

I have a Raspberry Pi box with the following physical network interfaces: eth0 - built-in Ethernet, connected to my router's LAN wlan0 - built-in wlan, also connected to the LAN but unused wlan1 - ...
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How to use another IP-address for outgoing traffic?

Background I run a server with two external IPv4 addresses. IP-address A (IP-A) and IP-address B (IP-B). Goal I would like to access IP-A over HTTPS port 443 and SSH port 22 only. IP-B shouldn't ...
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OpenVPN client on a windows 7, packets not routed

I have an OpenVPN client on a Windows 7, that connects to an OpenVPN server with tap. The tunnel establishes correctly. AFAIK, tap means that my virtual adapter is 'virtually' connected to the remote ...
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Unable to set up a static host route - “SIOCADDRT: No such process”

At my office, there is a Windows Server 2008 router, 192.168.16.1, which is our default gateway. This sends data through our main internet connection. This works perfectly. 192.168.16.1 also has ...
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Windows: Get the interface number of a NIC

I have the following problem: I have a server with a rather dynamic network configuration and need to configure routes on it with the IF parameter: route add ... mask ... ... if ? Is there a ...
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Simple Quagga BGP router

We are attempting to setup a Gentoo Linux box to run a Quagga BGP router for our internet connection. We've tried many things, but everything we've tried results in Quagga reporting that there is no ...
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iptable and ARP setup of linux router under a wifi network

My problem is the computer under the WiFi network cannot connect to the computer under a Linux hotspot which is connecting to the same WiFi. I am setting up a Linux hotspot under a WiFi network, ...
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“route” sub-command does not exits in “ip” command on Cisco 2960-S

I am new to cisco. I'm running a Cisco 2960-S and defined several VLAN on it. I like to use SVI feature and set 192.168.1.254 ip address for interface VLAN 1, 192.168.2.254 for interface VLAN 2 and so ...
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Can't access server on loopback address, only on private address

I am running a rails web app server bound to 0.0.0.0 on port 80 like so: sudo rails s --port=80 --bind=0.0.0.0 I can access it at my private address http://192.168.0.13/, normally I can access at ...
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Intervlan routing--DHCP offer from server on default VLAN not making it back to newly created vlan via layer 3 switch

Default VLAN: 10.36.0.0/24 New VLAN : 10.36.8.0/24 DHCP server : 10.36.0.17 I can see the DHCP offer packets making it back to my VLAN ip address namely 10.36.8.31 (from dhcp server message log) ...
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OpenWRT reroute all router traffic through a Client

I have an OpenWRT router (192.168.1.1) with various wired and wireless clients (192.168.1.x). One of the clients is a Suricata Sensor (192.168.1.100) with only one, 1000MBbit NIC. I want to ...
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Splitting a single fiber connection with multiple public IPs to two separate routers

We have a single WAN connection coming into our office and have 5 public IP addresses from our ISP. We have 2 separate entities underneath our main company and I want to be able to completely split ...
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Trouble routing between interfaces on KVM host

Summary: VMs on host in different subnets can reach each other, but VM on subnet B cannot contact host's interface on subnet A. I am not sure if this is a product of my lab setup and firewall rules, ...
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How to do static routing via next hop address?

i know the command is ip route [remote address] [next hop address] but how do i implement it? Currently these are the only ones that are connected: CALOOCAN - MAKATI MAKATI - NAVOTAS SWITCH0-PC0-PC1 ...
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Connection SSH port 22 via domain name but not public ip address

I have a Draytek router configured to port forward SSH connections to an internal server from specific ip addresses only. Clients and myself can connect externally successfully except one who cannot ...
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Better routing path to reduce network latency to China

When I am at home (comcast internet infrastructure), the packets go to either the att backbone router or the greatoaks.ca router and then cross the ocean to China CNC backbone router (219.158/16). ...
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Route traffic between OpenVPN networks

The goal is to have main OpenVPN server and multiple OpenVPN subnets that are reachable for main server clients. All subnets' servers are clients of the main server too. Here are configs: main ...
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problems when openvpn server is not the default gateway

I'm trying to set up an openvpn server on a raspberry pi to act as an endpoint for road worrier connections but the device is sitting on the network, not as the gateway of any of the machines on the ...
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Forwarding custom page rule for known ip adresses

I want to add some ip adresses to a blacklist, and i want to show these ip addresses in blacklist a custom web page that includes a "you are in blacklist" message on body. How can i do this? I have ...
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proxmox KVM routed network with multiple public IPs

I have a dedicated hosting with hetzner. Additionally i have bought a 6IP subnet. My main IP is: 148.111.111.200 My main subnet is: 255.255.255.224 My additional IPs are 148.222.222.1 to 148.222.222....
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VPN Internet Access on a Zyxel SBG3300

I have Zyxel SBG3300 VDSL router that connects to ISP using VDSL and L2TP. The configuration was provided by my ISP - when I checked it seems like the VDSL modem first establishes a connection and the ...
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Netgear ProSAFE S3300 Inter Vlan Routing Jumbo Frames

If I have a vlan for all 1500 MTU devices and a separate VLAN for 9000 MTU devices, will the Netgear ProSAFE S3300 fragment packets from the 9000 MTU vlan to the 1500 MTU vlan automatically or will ...
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Multiple IP addresses

I am developing a number of mobile websites (using IIS), and I want to test them using my mobile device which is connected on the same LAN. I would like to access each website via a different local IP ...
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Cisco Switch Routing performance monitoring

It is quite a question for me: I have Cisco Catalyst 2960S switch which is nice hardware even despite its age and EOL. I'd like to set it as small router between several networks within a remote ...
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How to set up routes and rules at Debian gateway to bypass VPN for certain hosts?

I built my own router running Debian 7, having two NICs: Internal ethernet, eth0: 192.168.42.0/24 External link to VDSL modem, eth1: 10.42.42.42/8 (address arbitrary, just used for PPPoE). I have ...
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Proxmox routed network,“Destination Host Unreachable” on external IPs from node to guests

I've set up a Proxmox system and have 2 guests running successfully on it. They are able to be accessed on the private network that I have set up, and are able to get out to the internet ok. I'm ...
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How do I delete a route from Linux routing table

This turns out to be harder than I thought. The routes I want to delete are the "!" rejected routes, but I can't seem to formulate the right "route del" command to pull it off. Here is the routing ...
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Can't communicate between multiple interfaces on same subnet

I have multiple ethernet interfaces on one machine, all on the same subnet. Normally these are set up to run on separate VM's, and I understand the limitations imposed by Linux as described here, but ...
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route between 192.168 and 10.10

Two companies in the same building have merged, company 1 has a Novell OES network that uses a 10.10.10.xx network with internet provided through an ASA 5512x firewall (that also provides some DHCP to ...
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Ubuntu Server 15.04 as Router and DHCP Server with multiple subnets

at my company i got assigned to build a new network, where 1 ubuntu server manages DHCP for 3 subnets, allows communication of these subnets between each other and shares the connection to the public ...
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pfSense + OpenVPN: Can not Ping Remote LAN

Problem: I can ping pfSense OpenVPN server from the OpenVPN client, but can not ping devices on the remote pfSense/OpenVPN LAN. Situation description: Below diagram displays my small test network ...
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Static routing ISSUE

I have two subnets 10.10.10.216/29, 10.10.10.10.224/29 from the ISP IN firewall assign the IP address like: interface e0/0 nameif outside ip address 10.10.10.218 255.255.255.248 ! interface e0/1 ...
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How to route traffic from private network to openvpn subnet (and back)

I have a couple servers at Linode. I'm trying to set them up so I have a VPN into one of the machines and can then access all the other machines using the private linode network. Public access to ...
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When is route lookup performed when a packet flows through iptables?

Iptables is often illustrated using diagram I fail to understand when route lookup (routing tables) is performed: inside the "Routing Decision" grey boxes? If so, does it mean a packet is routed ...
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ip route add works manually but throws “Error: an inet prefix is expected rather than …” when run via bash script

I'm trying to run a script that should add this route to a table 11: ip route add local 10.1.3.212 dev eth1 proto kernel scope host src 10.1.3.212 table 11 If I run this command manually, it is ...
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Multiple public IPs routed via Cisco ASA to Proxmox VMs

I have a network with IP 199.221.2.136 (/29). I would like the Cisco ASA5505 [1] to work on .137 as router and use two public IPs (.138 and .139) on two VMs on a Proxmox server. Not sure how to route ...
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Easiest routing solution for a typical firewall with WiFi routers setup - WAN-2-hops-away network

Suppose a local network connected to the internet via a single firewall router. Devices that connect directly (i.e. using only layer 2 devices) to that router are: hosts WiFi routers providing the ...
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KVM guest static ip with ports forwarded to another guest

Im on host-machine with Centos 7 and 2 guests on Centos 6.6. I want one of my guests have static external ip but some his ports must be routed to another guest. On host machine I do: iptables -t nat ...
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Help me understand the 'ip route' command for cisco routers

I just can't wrap my head around it. For example: I want the left-most router to be able to ping my computers on the left and vice-versa. Where would I set up ip route and to what address. I ...
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ProCurve 2626 VLAN routing issue

I have a pair of Procurve E26262's that are our Distribution and POE switches. They are configured with a Default VLAN for data with an IP address of 192.168.1.218, and a VLAN 100 for VOIP with an IP ...
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IPTables, route specific port through VPN

I'm running my own mail server at home on a dynamic IP. Dynamic IPs are often blacklisted, so I currently send out mails through my provider's relay. I want to change that to sending mail directly, ...
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Network behind OpenVPN client

Good day, i have a problem with OpenVPN networking. Main idea is as illustrated, remote OpenVPN server, 2 clients, MyPC and OpenWRT client with its own network with Client_1 and Client_2. I need to be ...
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Static Route Still Uses Wrong Gateway

I have 2 servers connected to our corporate lan (10.0.0.0\24) and also connected to a seperate lan (192.168.1.0\30). I am unable to ping one server from the other on the 192.168.1.0 network and doing ...
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Routing issue on Linux with Mobile Broadband

Note: This is a "cross-post", I asked this same question on "superuser" StackExchange site, but without obtain any answers, just a comment (now curiously disappeared). I've thought this site is ...
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Map IP to another IP

Assume the following scenario, if I have a local machine (A) the requests another machine (B) using B's internal IP without regard the ports. But A and B are not on the same network, however, B has a ...
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Is a “bridging device” required to join two networks?

We're considering two NBN fibre connections to the Internet (NBN is a fibre connection for those of you not living in Australia), with each connection having it's own subnet. The first connection's ...
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Route a port through a specific network interface

I'm using OpenVPN on Ubuntu Server to connect to my VPN. That network interface is tun0. All traffic currently goes through the VPN. I'd like to exclude traffic that goes over a specific port, and ...
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Weird routing between two networks

My question seems to be quite simple, yet I can't just wrap my head around it. My setup is like this: Server running RHEL 6.4. It has two network interfaces: ib0: infiniband network (plz don't ask ...
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Can't connect to pre-configured NAS boxes with static addresses and default gateway 172.16.2.1

I received several TeraStation NAS boxes which I can't configure because I can't connect to them, presumably because they were setup for a specific environment. I'm hoping to virtualize the ...
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How to use a server as a “tunnel” in between the clients and the router, in a small network?

Consider a small network with 1 router (192.168.1.1) and clients (192.168.1.x). The router (OpenWRT) provides Ethernet LAN and WiFi for the clients, to connect to the Internet. Now, I want to use a ...