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ip route get recognizes address as anycast

# ip route get 1.2.3.4 anycast 1.2.3.4 dev eth0 src 5.6.7.8 and the question is how does it know the address is an anycast ? (which apparently is true). UPDATED: Present as anycast route: ...
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IP Route to forward SRC to other interface/gw

and thank you in advanced for your time and cooperation. I have a simple scenary. We have a VPS (venet0) with IP x.x.x.251 and currently, the main IP is part of eth1, but I need to force the traffic ...
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connection not working after route add

I have 2 IP on different interface. eth0 xxx.xxx.43.36 eth1 xxx.xxx.43.38 I have IP yyy.yyy.162.221 which need to route via eth1. After I done route add -host yyy.yyy.162.221 gw xxx.xxx.43.38 I ...
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how to completely quit openvpn, make network work normal

I use a openvpn config file connect to a vpnserver successfully. But after I ctrl + C quit openvpn, ubuntu counld not access network. I think the route table is wrong or openvpn is not shutdown ...
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IP routing Solaris 9 access the internet from local network

I am trying to configure the NICS on the Solaris Sparc server. My problem lies in getting out to the "Internet" from the local network. I have requested the NIC to receive a DHCP server address ...
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Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output

I ran curl on curlmyip.com, and I got the wrong output ip address. My systemd service file is: [Unit] Description=Wired Networking Wants=network.target dibbler-client.service Before=network.target ...
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playing with ip route to connect to VPN and lost local internet

I'm following this tutorial about openVPN, every goes good until this following step on client (just before autostart section from wiki): # ip route add VPNSERVER_IP via LOCALGATEWAY_IP dev eth0 ...
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Redirect remote desktop traffic with 2 WANs and 1 LAN

Im configuring a linux centos sever for testings and the network configuration for it is: WAN 1= 192.168.1.103/24 eth0 WAN 2= 172.16.1.249/16 eth1 LAN = 192.168.10.1 eth2 server is configured to be ...
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Selectively route traffic to interface

I have set up a separate routing table (tovpn) #echo 200 tovpn >> /etc/iproute2/rt_tables Now I assign routes to it. Where 10.0.0.1 is the tun2 P-t-P and 10.0.0.2 is the inet #ip ...
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ip routing policy in linux

I have a linux system with two network interfaces (eth0 in x.x.x.0 and eth1 in x.x.y.0). Is there any posibility to add some route policy to send all the traffic to network x.x.y.0. I would like even ...
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Is Traffic Control (tc) broken in Fedora 17?

After upgrading from Fedora 16 to Fedora 17, Traffic Control no longer seems to work. Running # tc qdisc show will output: qdisc pfifo_fast 0: dev eth0 root refcnt 2 bands 3 priopmap 1 2 2 2 1 2 0 ...
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Linux: ip alias versus iproute

When setting up a web server with multiliple IP-based virtual hosts, I've always used the eth0:x alias notation in /etc/network/interfaces. The wiki on my hosting provider states however that this ...
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iproute: disable “tc” command

I'm after running this command to simulate a network latency of 500ms with 100ms std deviation: tc qdisc add dev eth2 root netem delay 500ms 100ms Trouble is, I forget how to cancel this command! My ...
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iproute2 premptive route creation, i think

Firstly: I know could do this the easy way with SSH but I want to learn how to route. I want to route packets back through the same tun0 interface from which they came into my system. I can do it ...
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ss -p output meaning

I use ss in iproute package to list sockets statistics. Using -p option can give me process information. Do you know what does the numbers shown mean? I can see that the first one is pid but not the ...
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Same netmask or /32 for secondary IP on Linux

There appear to be (at least) two ways to add a secondary IP address to an interface on Linux. By secondary, I mean that it'll accept traffic to the IP address, and responses to connections made to ...