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Using iptables to forward traffic to a single IP address

The setup: Debian; acting as the network's router using iptables, fail2ban Because of external requirements, both networks are 192.168.1.x. eth0: 192.168.1.1 eth1: 192.168.1.2 Ubuntu (192.168.1.3) ...
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Checkpoint - Wifi Bridge mode kills round trip requests?

I'm fairly sure this is either a NAT or routing question, but it's one that continually has me stumped. The hardware is a Checkpoint Safe@Office firewall. The default mode of operation is that wired ...
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Setting Gateway In Linux

i am having Ubuntu box with two nic,eth0:for private and eth1 for public with static ip assigned. on eth0:192.168.30.1 eth1:x.x.106.111 I want to set this box as Default gateway for all the other ...
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OPENVPN route all traffic - Synology

I have a synology NAS that is my OPENVPN server. I am always on the road and I want to route all of my traffic through my house. Here is my config and my log. config file dev tun tls-client ...
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How to setup router on desktop linux to provide access to vpn subnet to other local machines?

I have a desktop linux (Ubuntu based 12.10, laptop, 1 network card) from which I connect to work vpn via standard pptp, so I can access local network and work network from the machine. On the desktop ...
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route client by specific query?

myweb.com has external ip. I have a debian server running BIND9, it contain some clients, I created the zone myweb.com and I created A record to localhost.it's ok, but I would know if I can point ...
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Giving Multiple ip address of same n/w on two virtual nic

running xen with 2 guests i have been trying to assign public ip addresses to two virtual nic, one each which is sharing bridge networking with host. tried this Host x.x.116.2 created two nic ...
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IPSec VPN routing

This is supposed to be a pretty simple question but I couldn't google a answer for it! I have a ipsec VPN tunnel established between 1.1.1.1 and 2.2.2.2 (public IPs). The first machine (1.1.1.1) has ...
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route packets through hardware loopback interface, not lo

My embedded Linux board has 3 interfaces: eth0 - For all outbound traffic eth1 - A hardware loopback (traffic leaves board, but comes immediately back in the same port) lo - Standard loopback ...
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how to point external domain and ip?

i'm searching 2 days for this question, and i can't resolv this. I have a debian, BIND9 server running, so i create a zone for example www.somewebsite.com and point the domain to my server ...
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route add in rhel with src option

I'm struggling to understand how to add the route options to my routes file in rhel. Let's say I have the route: ip route: 192.168.89.0/24 via 192.53.28.193 dev eth0 src 192.53.28.216 How can I ...
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Can't reach network 192.168.100.0/24

In one of our data-centre we've a Debian machine acting as a router. From this network we cannot reach any of the machines found on 192.168.100.0/24 network. E.g The gateway on the 192.168.100.0/24 ...
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Linux Servers in same network unreachable from each other, but however reachable from outside

I have 5 servers in the same network with IPS X.X.X.110 - 114. They are all connected to a switch. I am able to reach all 5 of them from outside(internet). However, I cant connect from servers 0 - ...
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Reset route table periodically with cron

Am trying to do some routing on a remote Linux server, every time something goes wrong i lose connection and i have to call the IT guy there and ask him to restart the network interfaces or sometimes ...
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Small Business Server Standard 2011 Acting As A Router/Firewall or Connected Via Switch

Using Small Business Server Standard 2011, what is the preferred best practice for a group of about 15 computers. To use it as the router/firewall and have it be assigning DHCP, or have it connected ...
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Block an IP range with FreeBSD's 'route add'

To block a single IP address I'm using the following: /sbin/route add -host 192.168.0.0 127.0.0.1 Is it possible to block an range of the IP addresses using the route? I have tried the tips found ...
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Multiple interfaces: route packets to specific interface

I have 2 internet connections on my network. My router is running Debian. eth0 is my network (192.168.0.0/16). eth1 and eth2 are connected to 2 different internet providers (with dynamic IP). Here is ...
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ip command vs route command, what's the difference?

I see both ip and route commands used for configuring the kernel routing tables. What's the difference? It seems to me that the ip command is preferred more. Is it so, and why?
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MPLS link not forwarding

We have a new MPLS service and I'm having trouble getting it to work (it seems like a routing issue). It's a T3 with two circuits: a public wan port and a private MPLS circuit connecting 2 sites. ...
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How to add vpn subnet to a private local subnet (both in different subnet address)?

I set up a xl2tpd vpn server on a router, and assigned the ip range from 192.168.191.2 to 192.168.191.244, and there's local network behind the router's lan side with a 192.168.1.0/24 ip range, so I ...
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no route to default gateway

I just lost about all my hair on this one: I got an ubuntu 12.04 machine on ip address 192.168.0.100, gateway 192.168.0.1 A router on 192.168.0.1, running a forwarding dns ping 192.168.0.1 - or ...
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How to configure second non-consecutive subnet on same interface?

I have some servers on the public network of my isp, say 192.168.2.0/24. Now my provider gives me additional ip addresses, but unfortunately not in a subsequent range of my first network, say ...
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Stop local emails being sent to relay host with postfix

I've recently signed up to SMTP2GO (smtpcorp). I've setup postfix on one of EC2 servers and have pointed it to my smtp2go account: relayhost = [smtpcorp.com]:2525 Now all my mail is being routed ...
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NAT with multiple gateways

I have the following setup: My Lan is 10.56.8.0/23 I have a gateway with internet access(INETIP-A) and the LAN IP 10.56.9.1 I have another gateway with internet access(INETIP-B) and the LAN IP ...
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Iptables -gw parameter

I want to copy tcp traffic. i want to use these commands " iptables -A PREROUTING -t mangle -p tcp --dport 7 -j ROUTE --gw 1.2.3.4 --tee iptables -A POSTROUTING -t mangle -p tcp --sport 7 -j ROUTE ...
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how're routing tables populated?

i've been reading "tcp/ip illustrated" and i started reading about ip forwarding. all about how you can receive a datagram and work out where to send it next based on the desination ip and your ...
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add some IP routes for RAS (dial-in)

I setup a VPN server on Windows 2008 Server R2. The problem is that the Internal interface doesn't route to Local-area network interface. Is it possible to add the route with this command? route [-f] ...
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Routes with PPTP

I have a server A that is running OpenVPN server, and a server B connected to it. Then on B I have eth0, the physical interface, and tap0, created by OpenVPN. I want some ip to go with eth0 while ...
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Manually add route to VPN

Hello server enthusiasts, I have a VPN (pptpd running on Ubuntu 10.04) that I am trying to connect to with a client (Win7). I can successfully connect to the VPN. Once connected to the VPN, I can ...
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Route from Cisco ASA over site to site VPN

I want to be able to push f/w logging traffic to a server at a remote site. This server is accepting syslog traffic on port 514. In the ASA I've configured it to use this server as a syslog server. ...
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forcing network traffic to route via a specific, non-default interface

I've got a bunch of Linux servers with multiple(3) NICs and associated network interfaces. I'm tripping over a bizarre routing problem, where traffic that should use the default route is not, and ...
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IPTables Reroute SSH based on Connection string?

We are using a cloud server (Debian Squeeze) where public ports on a public IP route traffic to internal servers. We are looking for a way to use IPTables and ssh where based on some part of the ssh ...
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WAN Woes Between Satellite Offices

Having a baffling time trying to troubleshoot an issue between 3 sites on a WAN set up via site-to-site VPN. The sites are: NY: 10.30.1.0 (HQ) OH: 10.30.6.0 CT: 10.30.7.0 When I first ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 as router with 2 nic

I have been trying this setup for weeks and still can not make this to work... ubuntu 12.04 64 bit with 2 nic nic1: eth0:192.168.2.33 -static ip with internet access (connected to modem) nic2: ...
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Set source address to use tun device does not work (Debian Squeeze)

There have been similar questions on StackExchange but none of the answers helped me, so I'll try a question of my own. I have a VPN connection via OpenVPN. By default, all traffic is redirected ...
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Wget works, Ping doesn't

There are some anomalies on a Virtuozzo virtualized Debian 4 (I know, I'm gonna upgrade this one asap, but there dependences). We run some Websites on this one. And a view Days ago exmi4 wasnt able to ...
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In Linux, does using route to blackhole an IP result in better performance than dropping in iptables? [duplicate]

During a DDOS attack, if we are finding IPs we want to block will we see better performance using a null route as opposed to iptables? Null routing we would do something like: ip route add blackhole ...
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static route: why does a destination address needs a subnetmask [closed]

When I define a static route, why I have to define a subnet mask for the destination network? What would happen, when I have more than one gateway an the subnet masks of all destination networks are ...
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Routing through subnets, static routes

Topology: C1 --192.168.111.0/24 -- R1 -- 172.30.0.0/24 -- Switch -- C6 |-- R2 -- 172.30.10.0/23 -- C5 I am a newbie in networking and I have a ...
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Static route works on one computer, not the other

I have been struggling with this for a couple days now, maybe I just need some people with a fresh perspective to figure out what the issue is. Basically I have a bunch of computers that are being ...
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Weird routing issue

I am working on getting networking working correctly on a cluster of 14 virtual servers at a customer site. 11 of them work fine for routing and 3 don't work correctly for their administrative ...
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Recover from running “route -f”

I was trying to capture localhost traffic with Ethereal, which doesn't work without re-routing localhost traffic to your router gateway. I didn't get the route command quite right, and messed up my ...
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.bat file to automatically connect to VPN and add a route in Windows 7

I can establish VPN connection using RASDIAL command. But how do I add a route to 192.168.254.0/24 automatically after VPN is connected? Each time after VPN connection is established, Windows could ...
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Force transmission of TCP/IP data from one NIC to another on same PC

We are preparing a product for EMC testing. The product runs Windows Embedded Standard 2009 (compare it with Windows XP) and has 2 NICs, say NIC1 and NIC2. For the emission test, we need to send data ...
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IP Bridge for KVM with multiple subnets

I have a machine set up running KVM and a bridge on eth0 with the ip address for the machine. The machine has an IP address in a range with no more ip adresses free. I am trying to make a second ...
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Routing via Linux

I have an individual network with a single machine having IP Address 10.10.10.4. Another machine (Gateway Machine) has two NICs: eth0 and eth1. eth1 (10.10.10.10) is connected to the internal network ...
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Does the following route change include undesired machine?

I want to utilize both the wired lan from the company and the wireless from my phone( achieved by PdaNet ). I need to seperate the connections in the route table because the wireless connection have ...
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ddwrt - multiple wlan each on own vlan - confused

I have a WRT610n running DDWRT v24-sp2. My goal is to setup: Single connection from switch to WRT610n, and switch passes tagged VLAN 50/40 and 1 (untagged) On WRT610n the 3 LAN ports (eth1/2/3) and ...
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How to serve clients when provider's channel is down?

GPRS-devices can connect to server only by ip. They are permanently connected to the server. How to prevent Denial of Service, when internet-provider's channel is down? Is there any standart ...
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Route-map changing from permit to deny retains the match tag values

I have a route-map configured on my cisco router with name say s1 and sequence number 10(default) which contains a match tag 10. If i again try to configure the same route-map name with same sequence ...