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Manually adding a destination to the routing table in ubuntu

The default routing is through a tunneled (VPN) gateway. I have a destination (my ISP user-login server) to which I can't connect via a tunnel but only through the eth0 interface with the ISP assigned ...
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For a typical broadband ISP, are nodes on the same subnet routed together or are they bridged?

For a typical broadband ISP, are nodes on the same subnet routed together or are they bridged? In other words, what kind of path will a packet take when going from one node on a subnet to another for ...
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Using a CIDR range as a Routed Subnet?

I have a /29 subnet assigned by my ISP, with an SonicWALL office router and a Cisco voice router hooked up to a 'net-rail' of sorts with untagged VLAN switch ports connecting my ISP router's output ...
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Datacenter ISP wants to assign an IP range to an existing ip address that we already use

I have a question about the setup of our data center regarding a new IP range. The situation is as follows. we own/use a range x.x.x.x/28 we got it already from our data center. we have 16 addresses ...
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Providing reverse records for records that map to ISP IP

I have been instructed to use my ISP ip (as a temporary fix for mapping my name server and domain records as my router dishes out rfc 1918 adresses to devices in my network where I am running an ...
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Timeouts on a website - tech support says the fault must be local to me [closed]

I try and access a webpage, http://billing.webhosting.uk.com, and almost always get timeouts. I contacted their tech support and they said no one else has reported issues, and that the issue must be ...
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151 views

Are ASNs tied to one location/router/physical point?

I am trying to understand how BGP works, and is looking at ways to identify if my ISP is having bottlenecks/slowdowns/dos attacks at thier upstream ISPS. I have a bunch of ASN numbers that I can ...
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How ISPs will assign IPs /subnets for end users in IPv6

Consider two scenarios: The end user has a simple computer, dual-stack The end user has a LAN behind a dual-stack router How will ISPs differentiate each one of these kind of users in IPv6? An ...
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ubuntu-server 2 network devices, 2 isp

Hello I have the following szenario: I have 2 ISPs behind seperate routers, and one web/ssh-server with 2 ethernet cards. I want the webserver to be reachable from both isp. I have forwarderd each ...
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Only able to use the first IP in a range from ISP

Right now I have a subnet of 16 IPs. I want all of the ips to be "owned " by my firewall. I have a watchguard firewall statically configured with X.X.X.225 and has X.X.X.226 - 238 as Secondary IPs. ...
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network limited to 10mbps

Just got a new 50 megabit pipe into the company. When connecting a laptop directly to the connection, I can get 50 megabits by doing a bandwidth test. Under normal conditions, our connection is ...
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Routing multiple static IPs from ISP at the cable modem?

I'm taking over IT responsibilities for a previous IT guy. We have a 50mb cable modem connection from Comcast along with 5 static IP addresses: XXX.XXX.XXX.180 XXX.XXX.XXX.181 XXX.XXX.XXX.182 ...
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Calculating and billing IP multicast usage on the Internet

I've been searching for the reasons why IP multicast isn't widely supported on the Public Internet, and a commonly-cited reason is the difficulty ISPs have in tracking Multicast usage for later ...
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Do services exist to offer relaying to and from long-term fixed IPs?

I have a number of Linux servers (dedicated and VPS) with their own fixed IP addresses. I would like to be able to acquire a set of long-lived IP addresses that could then be assigned to the servers ...