a device that connects to 2 or more networks and is capable of forwarding data packets into the direction of the ultimate destination based on information read from the packet and internal routing tables.

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Cisco VPN - second network

I am having trouble getting a additional inside network working on my VPN connection. I have working a VPN connection between my inside network on 10.10.20.0 and my peer. I want to connect my ...
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Debian - One Gateway 2 interfaces how to?

I have this scenario. 4 VM Debian8 : 1 DHCP 1 DNS 1 GW 1 Client I can ping from all my VM (except GW) each other (@ip or hostname). My GW have 2 interfaces (eth0->LAN / eth1->WAN). From it I can ...
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Aruba 215 v/s Asus RT-AC87U

We are implementing a WiFi hotspot at a busy airport for passengers to download media from a locally connected Media Server (on the same LAN). We expect simulteanous user connections of upto max 50 ...
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Can a FRITZBox 3790 support VPN IKE v2?

I'm trying to do a site-to-site VPN connection from my FRITZBox! 3790 <-> Azure Virtual Network. (setup as a dynamic network). I think I read that the vpn box I use needs to handle Ike v2. Q: ...
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rDNS and forward DNS for mail server behind firewall, different IPs

All, Here is my setup : Firewall(x.x.x.114) <--> mail.mailserver.com (FQDN) (x.x.x.118) When sending mail, header has following IP ...."Receivedfrom mail.mailserver.com ([x.x.x.114])", my ...
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Adding VPN/Firewall to my network

Right my setup is as follows TP-LINK AC1750 Wireless router WAN (Comcast) connects here 1 port connects to TP-LINK 16 port managed switch 16 port switch has static IP, 192.168.0.99 (I've reserved ...
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Can't connect to SAMBA - ISP is blocking it [migrated]

Security issues aside, I'd like to connect to a SAMBA share from home to a server (dedicated or vps, doesn't matter). The server works perfectly. The issue is on the client side. Let me more clear: ...
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Configuring iptables for Haproxy

Ubuntu machine running haproxy with 2 network cards, 1 connected to WAN (called wan0) and another connected to LAN (called lan0). All chains set to DROP traffic. # Masquerade traffic from LAN to WAN ...
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Own DNS server for centralised traffic filtering? [closed]

So, the case is: we have a bunch (3 digits) of mobile wifi routers with a strict data limit for the whole group. As we in the couple of recent month nearly reached this limit, decided to disable some ...
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How can I access webfig of my mikrotik routerboard

To connect to web config on mikrotik routerboard I need the ip address of my routerboard but the problem is that I don't know the ip address of my routerboard. Is there anyway I can get the ip address ...
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How to install mikrotik routerOS on my computer [closed]

I got a mikrotik routerboard 950G and i downloaded netinstall v6.8 but i cannot install the routerOS into my computer. Can anybody help me out?
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Determine internal(LAN) IP address based on external connection port

We have an external VPN server; somebody within the LAN has connected to it, and I can see the port they connected through (ie. the NAT port the router set up for them). Is there any way to find the ...
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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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Access internal ip (home server) through double NAT (router + ISP) [closed]

I have home server (debian-like machine) inside my wifi-network. I wan't to access it over http (for transmission-daemon web interface) and over ssh (to administrate it). The issue is that there are ...
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VPN (PPTP) connects successfully but unable to ping some devices in the LAN

My working company has this router (Cisco RV042G Gigabit Dual WAN VPN Router) and it has the IP 192.168.1.1 with subnet mask 255.255.255.0. It has 3 devices directly connected to its LAN ports, an ...
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Router behind router [migrated]

To extend my wireless upstairs I salvaged a second router and have been trying to set it up so that: SSID matches with primary router Password matches with primary router Secondary router: Dlink ...
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Static IP Forwarding on OpenWRT

I have a /28 block of static IP's that my ISP provides. Lets say x.x.x.x/28. The new building we are in has a OpenWRT router that I want to configure to forward those IP's to specific servers on the ...
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DHCP, IP conflict on LAN (pfsense)

On my router I occasinally get a log with multible entries like this. It is a LAN with DHCP so I guess here should be no conflict at all... Is there a nature to this? May 11 09:24:36 220002 ...
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Juniper SRX210 routing vlans

Ive got a Juniper SRX210 only using 2 ports Model: srx210he-poe JUNOS Software Release [11.4R2.14] WAN ge-0/0/0 up up ge-0/0/0.0 up up inet ...
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How to force computer to use PPPOE connection permanently

How can I force a computer on my network to use my second uncapped ISP account instead of the LAN default account which is set up in the router. I can create a PPPOE connection on the computer in ...
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Fibre Link Warehouse Contingency Plan Advice

Hi I am looking for some advice and best practices for the contingency plan of our Fibre Link data connection between Offices and the Warehouse which is approximately 100 metres away over a river but ...
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How to connect Cisco 2911 into internet through the ISP's router? [migrated]

I recently got almost brand new Cisco 2911 router and Cisco 2960 switch for free from school. I've been configuring both a little bit in school so I can handle the basic stuff. I currently live in an ...
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Cisco serie 4400 internet configuration with low performance

The issue: I have been trying to set up the network on a cisco router. It is working, however it is very slow. The configuration: Gi0/0/1 is connected to internet (ip 100.38.214.2, gateway is ...
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Fortigate 80c router - Limit the bandwidth of specific ips

We have a fortigate 80c router in our office. We have two server that keep uploading files and take all the office bandwidth. How can i limit their bandwidth from the router?
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modem mode vs bridge mode [migrated]

What is the difference between a modem mode and bridge mode? The scenario is that we have a router supporting ADSL, and a second router with more advanced options. Two routers are connected so that ...
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Cisco Router: ran 'no enable password'; 'enable' still asks for a password

I have a Cisco router (it's hard to access physically so I can't tell you the model) being used as a NAT without a firewall (inside the network in such a way that that does not pose a security thread) ...
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Cisco 1921 router stops routing traffic

I have a cisco 1921 router that recently started acting up. I haven't changed anything on the router in many months because everything was running smoothly, until a week ago. Configuration: The setup ...
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Router not blocking https

We have a Netgear WNR834B wireless N-router. The problem is that its not blocking certain https sites with its content filtering and most said there is nothing much you can do that cant be bypassed ...
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What happens when a switch goes offline? and can they be easily exploited through open wifi?

I have two simple questions regarding switches: When a router/ proxy server/ dns host fails, they tend to not allow any packets through. Is this the same with a switch? A switch is connected to 3 ...
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How to configure Linux router with 1 NIC

I have a network that looks like this: +--------------+ | Linux Router | +--------------+ 10.0.1.100/24 | 10.0.0.100/24 ...
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Is it possible to change wireless router BSSID? [closed]

I suspect someone is trying to hack our wireless network. I've stopped broadcasting the SSID, but assuming they've already attempted to gain access in the past they could have the BSSID stored, which ...
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Why do most 300mbps router have 100 mbps and not 1 Gigabit WAN port?

I am planning to buy a 300 mbps single band router. While researching on the internet, i found that most 300mbps single band routers have 10/100 mbps WAN port. If my Wireless router can be deliver ...
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Forward port to address

I am trying to figure out how to map a specific address on a port on a different address. This might be very trivial, but I am not even sure how to ask Google. I have one machine running two servers: ...
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A local IP address (RFC 1918) on my network that is not … local

I've noticed an IP address today on my network (192.168.15.1) which when visited actually goes to a page that has a router webconfig page (Not my router) The puzzling thing is that i tried traceroute ...
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RRAS Server 2012 R2 Not Assigning Network Info or if it does not passing NAT

I wouldn't bother with this for any other reason than the fact that the speeds I get are worth it. Cable Modem (Bridge mode) - Server 2012 R2 (RRAS) - Linksys EA2700 (Bridged as Switch) My issue is ...
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How can I tell if a cisco router is dropping pings due to DOS suspicion or if it's experiencing packet loss?

We use a PRTG server that's connected to a cisco 6500, which feeds a large network of about 1200 switches and radios in a router-on-a-stick topology. In PRTG I'm able to set a 'ping burst' sensor on a ...
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OpenVZ container(s) and NAT

I have been trying to days to solve my NAT issue with OpenVZ. I have used their guide on their website/wiki, however I just seem to be unable to get it to work. My Linux box is running on CentOS 6 ...
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multiple ips on same server

We have a server (a router) with 5 IP addresses (we are hosting different Websites). I'm wondering why the server was setup like that: -> eth1 is connected to the modem -> when the connection is ...
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Dumping specific tc class data

I'm using tc classes to manage the bandwidth for a couple of customers. Every Customer has got his own tc class on both interfaces of the router. # root Outgoing ${tc} qdisc add dev $EXTIF root ...
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How to Redirect URL Page to another URL

Good Day, When a user enters http://test.com on the browser I would like him redirected to my site published on our server. I already knew that I can change it in the hosts file of devices connected ...
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Router dies on wifi usage

We're having a Netgear WGR614v2 router, and as soon as a device generates some WiFi Traffic, the router completely dies. By opening http://9gag.com/ I can reproduce the problem. $ ping 192.168.0.1 ...
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SQL Server Connection Issue with New Router But Works With Old Router

I have an issue that really has me stumped. I have a router that is overheating and needs to be upgraded. When I connect the new router and configure it with the same DHCP settings and IP ranges as ...
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Draytek Vigor 2860 multiple external IP-addresses

I've bought a DrayTek Vigor 2860 for my company network. And I'd like to use it for two VLANs with separated external IP's. I have 6 LAN ports on my DrayTek. For example: External IP-adres: ...
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The Router Mac Address [closed]

Some sites can get the mac address of my network interface bu using cookies or java script ! but can they get my router mac address ?
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Is turning off ARP a common practice?

I'm just trying to diagnose a problem I and a colleague have had on two separate occasions to swap out an old router with a new one. Both starting from scratch, we've found that we can't seem to ...
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CentOS as a router — Can't get static IP adress for Internal Zone

I'm trying to make a router with a CentOS 7 box. enp2s2f0 ---> External Zone ---> directly connected to the internet. enp2s2f1 ---> Internal Zone ---> Connected to a PC (will be connected to a switch ...
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Gateway/Modem overload when running a web spider

Problem: All other devices on the network experience serious lag and timed out web pages, email, chat dropping, etc while this is running. This is a cross post from stackoverflow, I may have used the ...
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How does a router get its IP address assigned?

I understand how a device connecting to a router (e.g. 72.73.74.75) gets assigned a local IP address (e.g. 192.168.1.5) using DHCP. BUT, how does the router itself get the IP address assigned from ...
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ACL Rule to Open UDP Ports

I have the current rules in an attempt to open port 5060 and 10000-20000 for my VoIP provider. We are on a Cisco 1921 router. This ACL is applied to the WAN port on the router facing the ISP. Nmap ...
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Modem, Router, Switch configuration [closed]

I have two switches in different rooms, both wired to a router (LAN ports) which is in turn wired (WAN port) to a cable modem. I want to switch from cable to DSL for cost reasons, but keep the router ...