the process by which data packets on communication networks are forwarded into the direction of their ultimate destination by routers.

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Routing select hosts through vpn

I have a PPTP VPN connection set up on an ubuntu 8.10 box as ppp0 and I was wonder how to route select connections to go through the VPN. For example I want google.com to go through the default ...
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Connecting to an IP Camera

I have long experience with networks but I lost the track to it. So I have an IP Camera linked to my router. I can access it through my local network using it IP Address (192.168.2.xx). Now I want to ...
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responding on a non-default nic

following situation: i have two network interfaces - one ethernet and one gprs (actually it does not matter, just two different links ... ) nic 1 has a default route configured and is default ...
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Problem while adding a route to F5 BigIp version 9

I want to add a route for outbound traffic from BigIp v9. I have WANem machine configured which simulates the network traffic and want to add this as a router between BigIp9 virtual server and Client. ...
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How do I send traffic to specific IP addresses through VPN and others directly to the internet?

I am running Windows 7 and using the Cisco VPN adapter to connect to a private network where I access resources starting with the IP address 172.. My problem is that when connected to the VPN all ...
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Influencing outbound routes on multi homed BGP setup

I have a multi-homed network setup. I'm using a Cisco 7200 to do BGP advertising to both provider A and B. For each provider, I have a separate /24 that I'm using. I am AS prepending to influence ...
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Windows Server 2008 Routing / NAT - USB Wireless adapter not showing up

I have a multihomed system running Windows 2008 Server Enterprise, and I'm trying to share an Internet connection on a USB wifi adapter with the other networks attached to the system. To that end, I ...
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Linux Routing. Computer A to computer C

I have computer A, computer B and computer C. Computer A and B are connected, and computer B and C are connected. How can I get computer A and C to communicate with each other? I'm assuming I need to ...
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Which route when there are two physical connections?

I'm a developer, not an admin, so apologies in advance. In a small office I have two Windows Server 2008 boxes connected to a 100mbps router, which is fine for day to day running. I'm looking to ...
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/etc/resolv.conf isn’t enough?! I need to use a different DNS for each ISP Connection on linux CentOS

THE PROBLEM I have multiple internet connections on a linux machine, I want each internet connection to use a specific DNS nameserver. /etc/resolv.conf is a problem, since it uses a global name ...
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Windows 2008 Server Router and Local Network

I have a dual nic Windows 2008 Server setup with one public interface connected to the internet and another to a switch which is hooked into my LAN. I am running RRAS on the Windows 2008 box and ...
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RDP worked on LAN but not Internet

there's a very weird situation while configuring RDP on one Windows XP SP3 desktop with private IP: It works on the internal LAN. Other Windows RDP client can access this desktop. Which means the ...
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No External Network Access Through Ubuntu VPN

I have setup pptpd as my VPN server on Ubuntu Server 9.04, I am able to connect to the VPN from the client and can access the server's local network, but I am unable to connect to the external network ...
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How to properly interpet the results of tracert, in particular the second to last hop before a timeout

I am troubleshooting a wireless internet connection that is continuously dropping. The isp says the radio signal is good so it must by my cisco asa 5505. I don't believe them... For discussion ...
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How to setup IP range given by ISP?

At work our ISP has given us a block of IPs and I was wondering how I go about mapping them. Currently out setup is that the ISPs fiber goes into out router which is then routed throughout the ...
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Sonicwall VPN site unable to communicate with Windows PDC

(First question, please be patient) We have a SonicWall NSA-2400 appliance as our firewall within our primary location. (SonicOS Enhanced 5.1.0.8-17o) Remotely we have 2 sites with Cisco 2800 ...
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Configuring subnet access on a Cisco 2960

Greetings, I want to configure a 24-port Cisco Catalyist 2960 to perform as follows: Four ports going to a SAN Four ports going to four ESX servers for iSCSI storage traffic Four ports going to the ...
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This is regarding Static routes

Hi everyone I am new to this site. I have a situation at my office please guide me if any know about this I have two connections One is for Internet which gives ip address Dynamically and the other ...
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How to access a webserver on external network from local network?

I'm trying to make it possible to access a webserver on another network (A) from my local network (C). They have a router on our end which I cannot access directly to make any changes, If I ...
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Sending all traffic through a tunnel

I have set up a IPIP tunnel between my workstation and my server. I can add routes manually to have traffic going through the tunnel like this: ip route ad 216.221.35.27 dev foo I'm not sure ...
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Cannot find Routing and Remote Access

I have a remote desktop server (Win XP SP3 German), and i need to configure a vpn. However, i cannot find Routing and remote access anywhere - I also tried with Start --> Run --> rrasmgmt.msc, but it ...
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Why don't we see more routing attacks?

So, who remembers the whole "Pakistan kills YouTube" debacle from February last year? Here's an article on the topic to refresh your memory: Insecure routing redirects YouTube to Pakistan The gist ...
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Route add error - parameter is incorrect

I'm trying to figure out how to add a network route, and I keep getting "The route addition failed: The parameter is incorrect." I have even tried the example from the route command help, and I get ...
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two gateways / two providers with different ips

I want to route packets coming in on eth0 back over eth0 and the ones coming in to eth1 back over eth1. I don't care which gateway is used for outgoing connections. If i just enter two gateways in ...
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Add routes permanently to Solaris 10

I need to add several static routes to a solaris 10 box. On Solaris 9, I've always made these persist across reboots by adding an init script to reapply the route. With solaris 10, adding a service to ...
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Routing to a specific LAN gateway depending which application sends the request

I have a VPN set up with USAIP (usaip.eu) to get an IP in the US although being physically connected to the internet in Europe. Now i want to route only specific requests via this VPN (you already ...
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Use specific interface for outbound connections (Ubuntu 9.04)

I have two ethernet interfaces in my computer, which is running Ubuntu 9.04. Both interfaces sport static IPs, but use separate gateways. My /etc/network/interfaces file looks something like this: ...
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What does ./configure --disable-zebra in the Quagga suite stand for?

I am currently configuring Quagga. Quagga is an routing suite for Linux. I was suggested to use --disable-zebra when configuring Quagga (./configure --disable-zebra). Does anyone exactly know what ...
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What kind of router do I need? [closed]

Currently, our company network is pretty basic, consisting of two class C subnets, linked across a slow network connection via VPN. However, we are shortly moving into new premises. Our new building ...
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Routing protocols, distance vector vs link state

I'm trying to figure out the differences(pros/cons) between two routing protocols approach and I would be great-full for any help, advice and explanation. As far I can say that it seems like distance ...
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Dropped IP traffic with a multihomed server

(Before getting into details, I'm presenting this problem with Apache and SSH as an example, but this is not specific to TCP traffic, it is the same problem with both TCP and UDP based protocols.) I ...
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Windows 2003 routing/firewall/dhcp/… problem?

I have a problem with the availability of server from the outside (from local network all works perfect). A key problem is the http, where the requests are carried out but only if the response is less ...
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Linux Routing Problem

For a driver test I'm working on, I need to connect 2 Linux machines through a third Linux machine which acts as a router. Each machine has a proprietary network device with 2 ports so that one port ...
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Odd routing issue after IP change

We recently got done doing a massive IP scheme change at work and since then I've noticed a few oddities. First, our setup: IPCop firewall which has - Wireless network (completely segregated) ...
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Recommend- XORP vs GNU Zebra vs Quagga

Any recommendations which of XORP, GNU Zebra and Quagga routing software is simple enough to hack and learn?
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Encore ENHWI-G as a pure router

I have a LAN which connects to the internet via a DSL connection managed by a Linksys router (192.168.0.99). For better coverage I've connected a second router, an Encore ENHWI-G, through the LAN ...
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FreeBSD load splitting and failover with 2 WANs (dynamic routing)

I have a freebsd server (ipfw, dhcp, dns) with one LAN interface and 2 WAN interfaces (2 different ADSL lines). The WAN interfaces (re0 and re1) are aggregated into one lagg0 failover ...
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How do I configure a Cisco PIX 501 and AT&T DSL w/5 Static IP Addresses + PPPoE?

I'm considering upgrading to a business plan for my home office with 5 static IP addresses. Currently I have the base, 1.5 Mbps down DSL package (makes me cry). I have my PIX 501 setup with PPPoE ...
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exchange 2000 route one address to external server

In Exchange 2000 in an AD, configured with a default e-maildomain domainname.com and multiple users and mailboxes on the server, is it possible to route 1 internal mailaddress to an external server? ...
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on a cisco router can you run a tunnel and a vpn on the same interface and have vpn traffic pass over the tunnel

The problem I am having is I have a point to point tunnel from site A to site B. Remote users connect to site A via VPN. I would like them to be able to send traffic over the tunnel to site B. Is ...
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Public facing Sharepoint Instance with single public IP address?

In our current environment we have a single (ADSL) fixed IP address connecting our network to the internet. We use this for accessing our exchange webmail, hosted on Windows SBS 2003. Our sharepoint ...
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Xen mixed routing

On a decidated root server with 1+X public IP addresses in a hosted environment, running Debian Lenny with Xen 3.2, I want to install multiple domUs. Bridged network route is not an option due to ...
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Forward port to another Ip/port

I recently found out that my ISP disables port 135. I have a server and personal computer behind my router. A friend and I are working on a programming project and are running into some sql issues ...
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Split access on a Windows Server?

Situation: Two ISP's, need to provide failover redundancy. It seems like the prevailing wisdom when it comes to Windows servers is "don't multi-home". And whenever anyone asks how to do it ...
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Cisco - NAT causes nslookup to return local IP

A little background: I have a server on my LAN that is statically NAT'd to its public IP in my Cisco 871. The rest of the same local subnet is statically NAT'd to a different Public IP, in order to ...
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What is “anycast” and how is it helpful?

I'd never heard of anycast until a few seconds ago when I read this SF post. The wikipedia entry on it is quite formal and doesn't really evoke a mental picture of how it would be used. Can someone ...
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How to securly join two networks together over the Internet?

Let's say there are two locations. Both locations have their own fast Internet connections. How do you join these two networks together such that every computer can see every other computer? Do you ...
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Rules based gateway selection under Windows

At our company we have 2 gateways: 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 Is there a way to configure my machine to use different gateway based on a list of IP addresses/domains? My current solution is to go to ...
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How do I tell OS X's implementation of Bonjour/ZeroConf which network to use for mdns?

I have four networks on my machine: 192.168.20.0/24 wired (connected only at work) 192.168.20.0/24 wireless (connected only at home) 192.168.132.0/24 VMWare's NAT 192.168.238.0/24 VMWare's host-only ...
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How do I point my browser to a specific NIC on my machine

I am on a local area network that has no external access to the internet. However I have been tasked to find a way to allow certain machines to access the web (HTTP, HTTPS, etc) via a wireless card ...