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1answer
658 views

Simple Vyatta configuration / BGP routes not injecting into routing table

I have a exceptionally simple setup I'm playing with however I'm banging my head against the wall as to why it's not working. Right now I have two Vyatta routers (R1, R2) connected locally. Both are ...
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0answers
113 views

Martian Source & Servers losing network

First off, I am pretty new at diagnosing network issues through linux. I have an intermittent problem with our LAN servers. They seem to lose all connection to the network and if I disable the adapter ...
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0answers
404 views

Access All VLANS over XenServer Interface

For my current setup, I have a physical NIC on a XenServer machine that receives traffic tagged with various VLAN IDs. I have a virtual machine that is running Vyatta that needs to be able to access ...
0
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2answers
382 views

Why is Vyatta not saving cluster settings?

I'm trying to configure an identical pair of devices to run Vyatta and work as a failover cluster. I can configure the clustering just fine through vyatta@firewall# [set clustering configs] ...
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3answers
8k views

Broadcast storm - how to identify the source?

I had two situations this week where my uplink provider had to disable our link because their router identified a broadcast storm. Unfortunately, they can't provide more information about the source ...
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1answer
1k views

Why won't vyatta allow SMTP through my firewall?

I am setting up a vyatta router on VMware ESXi, But I see to have hit a major snag, I could not get my firewall and NAT to work correctly. I am not sure what was wrong with NAT but it "seems" to be ...
0
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1answer
344 views

How are NAT rules processed in Vyatta?

I am setting up a Vyatta router to replace my pfSense box that died. As I setting up the NAT rules I am not sure how they are processed. Are Vyatta's NAT rules processed in the order of the list ...
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3answers
289 views

Can a virtual machine do networking for multiple ESXi servers?

I am currently using Vyatta for routing eth1 on all servers on esx01. Back-ups are done via the internal 192.168.1.0/x network. I am wondering if I can have the guests on other virtual machines also ...
3
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1answer
609 views

Cisco router not replying to IPv6 neighbor solicitation requests

With one of our network providers our Linux based router (Vyatta/Debian) can't talk to their Cisco router over IPv6. Their router seems to not reply to the ICMP6 neighbor solicitation requests that ...