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Redirecting OpenVPN Server routes towards other VPNs to clients

I have an openVPN Server that share a network in tun mode, the main network that it share is on the class : 192.40.190.0/24 . The config file that I have on the Server is like the following : local ...
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Static into OSPF Redistribution

I am trying to create static routes which are redistributed as E1 Type 5 External OSPF LSAs. If I check the routing tables on my other connected routers, these redistributed routes show up properly. ...
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CentOS, two nics eth0 eth1 with different subnets aren't reachable outside VLAN/subnet

I am having an issue with a CentOS 6.3 box. We have two NICs (eth0 and eth1) in the server which each have an ip from a different subnet assigned, let's say eth0:192.168.1.2/24 (gateway 192.168.1.1) ...
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Routing using Linux with 2 NIC cards

Configured Clear OS to be in Gateway mode on a machine with two NIC cards. eth0:192.168.2.0/24 with ip 192.168.2.27 which is connected to a modem and thus have internet connectivity. ...
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Default route not on LAN

I have a network that in principle looks like this: H1---\ /----Inet1 H2---->---GW1---< H3---/ \----GW2-----Inet2 H1 and H2 = Hosts that need access to internet with GW1 ...
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Static Routes and the Routing Table

This is very much a learning question if someone would be happy to explain a couple of concepts. My question is - the default routing table that exists in, in my case, a default Windows 7 install, ...
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3answers
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Static-to-OSPF Route Redistribution

Is it possible to use redistribution of static-to-ospf in order to create an external OSPF route other than the type E2? Does this process only create a type 5 LSA and can any other LSA types be ...
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Centos 6.2 Fresh 'Basic Server' install networking issues

I've had a /29 provisioned on a network port for a server and am trying to at least configure the machine so I can ssh into it. It's Centos 6.2 x64 with the Basic Server install. Currently not able to ...
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Iproute2: Routing with multiple networks and multiple gateways

I have a Linux box running Ubuntu 10.04 with three interfaces: eth0, eth1 and eth2. I am planning to use it as a WAN router for 4 public subnets assigned by two different ISP's. Here are the subnets ...
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What routing protocol to use with MPLS?

My MPLS provider is giving us a choice to use static routes or BGP for our new MPLS setup. What are advantages/disadvantages of the 2 choices? What is more commonly used?
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How to Route Internal Traffic on a 2nd NIC without a Default Gateway

The actual deployment of this will happen with a larger number of servers, but for purposes of simplicity, let's assume the following is my future setup (I need +4 reputation to embed images, so ...
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help with a static route on centos 5.6 please

I currently have a machine connected to a LAN and to the internet working fine. I now got a dedicated connection to a remote office and must create a route from my machine to specifically 1 machine on ...
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IP Route Table gets reset on restart

My computer has 3 Network Interface cards (NICS) and one more virtual Network Adapter that in reality is connected via USB to a Modem. It's a complex setup - the problem is I have multiple Internet ...
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1answer
519 views

Route Split for OS X

Hey guys. I'm attempting to install a static route for a Mac Pro desktop. I'm using Route Split 1.4, which creates a startup script called /etc/routes.sh (The SH script does actually wait for the ...
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2answers
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Problem linking two Cisco routers with a static route

I'm trying to link two Cisco routers with a static route and I haven't been able to get it working as expected. Here is the basic setup: Router 1 - WRV210 - 192.168.1.1 - connected to cable modem ...
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Configuring Windows 2003 As A Router

I am trying to configure a Windows 2003 server to act as a router, so that the two subnetworks that I'm dealing with can communicate with one another without NAT. I am mostly sure that I have ...
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Windows static routes w/o specifying gateway (next hop)

I have the following scenario: Computer A: 198.51.100.8, netmask 255.255.255.0 Computer B: 203.0.113.9, netmask 255.255.255.0 Both computers are on the same LAN segment; no default gateway is ...