Linux Networking refers to any networking function performed by a server running Linux. A Linux server operating as a router or firewall are the most common applications.

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e1000e Reset adapter unexpectedly / Detected Hardware Unit Hang

I have a Dell 1U Server with Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU L5420 @ 2.50GHz, 8 cores running Ubuntu Server Kernel Version 3.13.0-32-generic on x86_64. It has dual 1000baseT networking cards. I have it set up to ...
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How to diagnostic internet access failure on a linux system?

I have a VM running on Xen. The virtual machine was running fine for months and suddently the network access broke down. Dom0 DomU .-------. bridge ...
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iptables setup forwarding between two ethernet interface

I want to create a gateway on linux which has 2 interfaces eth0 and eth1. Eth1 is created by a lte modem and once the lte modem attaches to the network and gets an ip address. Then a dhcp server is ...
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Error while bringing up eth1

I'm getting this error while bringing up my network card: (process:2550): WARNING **: _nm_object_get_property: Error getting 'State' for /org/freedesktop/NetworkManager/ActiveConnection/3: (19) ...
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Opening a port to access a service in an isolated LAN

There is an isolated LAN (completely isolated, does not access outside and outside can't access it). But one of the server has 2 NICs, one of which is on our dev LAN and the other one in the isolated ...
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IPv6 and NAT, routing to multiple ISPs

Currently I have a nice setup using private IPv4 address space and uplinks from two ISPs to the Internet. Thanks to NAT I can just take down one of the interfaces and the Internet access is still ...
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iptables TEE UDP traffic to a different subnet

I'm looking for a way to replicate UDP traffic received by one host to another host in a different subnet. The TEE target in iptables only works with gateways in the same subnet, i.e.: On the ...
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Hyper-V lost synthetic NIC after Debian 8 dist-upgrade?

I'm running a Debian 8 vm on Hyper-V (Win Srv 2012R2) and when I did a dist-upgrade of stable, I lost all network connectivity. Using the console, I was able to see the network interfaces as UP but ...
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Network aliases on boot on Fedora 17

We have a fedora server(Fedora release 17 (Beefy Miracle)) with a few aliases on the main NIC that don't get setup during boot. Here's my config: # cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-em1* ...
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google api block request

We are using Google Adwords API to query out data. But the problem is that : After about 5 successfully requests , Google don't ACK to our SYN request as the image above. Did anyone face with ...
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“Stale NFS file handle” after reboot

On the server node, it is possible to access an exported folder. However, after reboots (both server and client), the folder is no longer accessible from the clients. On server # ls /data Folder1 ...
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Port forward linux iptables

My current network setup consists of a physical nic eth1 receiving my public ip from the modem. Next I have kvm/qemu virtual machines running on a virtual network using the ip range 192.168.122.0 - ...
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Busybox, netstat, no -p

I have an ultra old (don't ask why) BusyBox (BusyBox v1.01 (2008.12.19-21:31+0000) Built-in shell (ash)) on my DreamBox. I would like to find out which process opened which connection using netstat. ...
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Captive HotSpot, Apple login callback issue

For some days I have been building a Wifi captive hotspot, from scratch. My question concerns Apple. It is working 90%: when I join my Wifi hotspot, the device (iPhone, iPad, Mac) displays a 'fake ...
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WMI: wmic linux agent query error: NTSTATUS: NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED

Myself new to wmic and keep trying for a long time with default agent query approach. wmic is linux based WMI tool to talk to windows WMI agent. While trying to fetch data with wmic from nt(win7 with ...
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DNAT not forwarding to correct (local) IP address

I'm trying to port-forward a HTTPS service which uses different SSL certificates for each of the several IP addresses on the machine. Web server listens on each IP address on the internal port (444) ...
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Can't start CentOS 7 “network” service

I Can't start CentOS 7 "network" service after disabling and removing "NetworkManager" service. When I check the network service status, it comes up with the following error: #systemctl status ...
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Samba restart vs mount.cifs

My question is more about ensuring rather than an exact problem. I have a samba server (4.1) and I have a Linux client, which connects using this mount command: mount.cifs $SHARE $DIR -o ...
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OpenVPN server and client configuration for openwrt

I have an OpenWRT router with WAN(eth1) and LAN(eth0) interface. I wanted to install an openVPN server on this router, so I could access from the WAN side into the LAN side. My LAN(eth0) has a DHCP ...
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How to use conntrack to allow SIP traffic

I have the following problem: Device (eth0)----> SWITCH(trunk)+VLAN120 ---> (PC1) +VLAN200 ---> (PC2) I am able to ping from PC1 to PC2 which are in ...
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setting up linux router

I have setup three Ubuntu VMs in vmware. These are connected as: Now I want to use UBUNTU2 as router, so that when I run these commands in UBUNTU1, I get response from UBUNTU3, commands: ping ...
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docker0 bridge status toggles between enabled/disabled, what could be causing that?

I have some CoreOS bare metal instances that are displaying unusual behaviour on the docker0 bridge device. On one of the instances where this has been occurring, I'm running couchbase server and it ...
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How do you sync ipset sets across two machines?

I would like to replicate IPSet sets from one machine (server01) to another machine (server02) using rsync or btsync or something similar. Is that possible? If so how do I do it? This is a redundancy ...
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No package transfer from host to guest on KVM

I want to assign external static IPs to my KVM guests. I do not prefer a NAT solution. What should be the configuration of network and routing tables? I manually assing a static IP to guest. I can ...
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Iptables time-based rules having no effect - Gateway with 2 NICs

I have a network with the following topology: - WAN Modem with NIC facing the gateway: 192.168.0.1 - Ubuntu 14.04 gateway with two NICs: 1) Eth0 (facing the modem): 192.168.0.201 2) Eth1 (facing ...
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Gateway can't ping client

I try setup a new gateway in my virtual network. But sure I' have a problem. The Gateway cannot ping client but client can ping other client and gateway. So I have check my iptables rule (I does'nt ...
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VMWare and Turnkey Linux appliance can't access network

I have a VMWare ESXi cluster running many Windows and Linux VMs perfectly. I have installed the Turnkey Linux Redmine appliance, and am having a lot of trouble getting the networking to work ...
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How to stop a infinite running process(ztail) started by a ssh session after that session is closed

I have a peculiar problem. My server supports multiple ssh session simultaneously, so that multiple admins can manage it simultaneously. We have a command which calls ztail to show the compressed log ...
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Iptables drop forwarded traffic destined for interface IP address

I have a small VPN setup where I use IP tables to nat traffic coming in the vpn0 interface to the IP address of the eth0 interface. These rules look like this: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 ...
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Captive portal OAuth

Im building a large network of AP with captive portal deployments, each AP has its own internet connection, managed by routers I don't have access to. I can manage the APs through a cloud ...
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The same IP on multiple interfaces

Hello networking gurus, I've got a Linux (kernel 3.14) server which acts as a TFTP, NFS and HTTP server for a farm of consumer electronics devices (set-top boxes - STBs). The devices use TFTP to boot ...
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iRedmail redirects every HTTPS Request on Subdomain to /mail [closed]

Problem Description I've set up iRedMail on Ubuntu Server 14.04.2 64 Bit. I'm using Apache 2.2. I tried to set up OwnCloud on the same Server and noticed an interesting problem. Whenever I call ...
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Simulate 2 clusters in the same network

I have 4 pc´s and another pc, which will act as a proxy, all being in the same network: 172.16.96.0/20 . I can ping between each other. But, I want to separate them into two groups. That is: pc1 is ...
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CIFS Input/Output error when executing set attributes

I have a CIFS share. It works perfectly with Windows, but if I want to create a file on the share, using Linux, it returns an I/O error stating that it could not set the attributes: $ touch a.txt ...
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Can I use a home-grade router to configure network for openstack cloud?

I'm trying to deploy a multi node openstack configuration using three physical nodes running SUSE Enterprise 11 SP3.(Controller, compute-1 and compute-2). I created a private network ...
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KVM Virtual Machines and Public IPs

I currently have some Virtual Machines on my business dedicated server using the KVM layer as apposed to Xen or other virtualization methods. I was wondering if I could get a "best practice" on ...
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Setting up routes for openstack

Im trying to make an openstack deployment following this guide OPenStack Juno Guide. I have a linux server which is configured as a Nat, with 2NIC's. I used this script on section 4.5 Nat.sh. My ...
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characteristics of interface type dummy [migrated]

I've configured an interface 'nonlocal' with type dummy ip link add nonlocal type dummy on that interface are some IPv6 addresses configured. Now an apache can start with some ip based vhosts on ...
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Strongswan IPSec + XL2TP connection not working

I am trying to set up a VPN (Strongswan + xl2tpd) between my desktop and a server in AWS both running Linux (Ubuntu) but I really am getting lost. I believe I have the IPSec part working but I am not ...
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OpenVPN sndbuf and rcvbuf

I would like to know what is the difference between the sndbuf and rcvbuf buffer used by OpenVPN and net.core.w/rmem_default or net.ipv4.tcp_r/wmem. What does OpenVPN do when some value a provided ...
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What do “Unknown SSAP” and “Unknown DSAP” mean in tcpdump?

While trying to fix a problem with intermittently losing internet connection on a machine with a wireless connection to a router, I ran tcpdump and noticed packets with "Unknown SSAP" and "Unknown ...
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how to divert incoming all tcp packets at eth0 to socks proxy and to eth1 of same host?

I have a three ubuntu linux hosts. host 1,host 2 and host 3. I want to pass data from host 1 to host 3 via host 2. But specifically I want to pass all incoming traffic of host 2 to socks proxy then to ...
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Is there a way to limit bandwidth per ip using HTB + a CIDR range in Linux?

I can create rules to limit a entire subnet or to limit individual ip addresses with tc and htb. I am looking to use CIDR ranges to keep things somewhat elegant. The machines in question are all ...
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What builds /proc/net/bonding?

We're monitoring the network interfaces with Nagios/check_mk, which looks at /proc/net/bonding/bond0 to see the status of the interfaces. Unfortunately, we had an improper config and 2 NICs were in ...
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Not recognizing path to credentials on fstab

I'm trying to mount a remote filesystem with fstab, and using a credentials file to load the username and password, but for some reason I get this error message when I try to use # mount -a: mount ...
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ubuntu network settings equivalent in centos 7

I have in a ubuntu server an interface setup as the following (in /etc/network/interfaces) address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx netmask 255.255.255.255 broadcast xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx post-up route add xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ...
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NMAP port scanning - inconsistent results

I ran the same nmap commands subsequently, and got two sets of results. I know that there are three open ports, but on each run, only two are shown. Can anyone explain these results? ...
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OpenVPN Route Client Traffic Through VPN Server Tunnel

I have configured a vps following this tutorial, the server and client are successfully connected and can ping each other, server is at 10.8.0.1 and the connected client (android-OpenVPN Connect) get ...
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Infiniband port status UP but can't open UMAD port ((null):0)

My system has 2 infiniband devices, one of which has both the ports up. $> ibstatus Infiniband device 'mlx4_0' port 1 status: default gid: fe80:0000:0000:0000:0002:c903:000f:0a9f ...
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Hostnames - What are they all about?

I've recently been "forced" to perform some sysadmin work, while this isn't something that I absolutely love doing I've been reading, experimenting and learning a lot. There is one fundamental aspect ...