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DD-WRT / Ubuntu DHCP / SQUID Transparent Proxy [migrated]

Trying to segregate WLAN clients based on VLAN SSID, but I can't use multiple ports on DD-WRT router. AP is on second floor with only one drop going to basement where my SQUID/DHCPD server is. If I ...
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Connection timed out to only a particular site from ubuntu and it happens on a random machine on our wifi network

We are the developers of the site Twoosh We are using 3 machines on our wifi network( have already reset the router) and we use ubuntu for development. Suddenly, we are getting connection timed out ...
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Clients not completing download of large file from NGINX - network issue?

We have a quad-core i7, 8G machine on a gigabit network. There are 4 WiFi access points to which we connect 50 iPads which has an app that downloads a file from the server. The server has NGINX ...
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two computers on same network cannot ping eachother nor view NetBios resources [closed]

I'd like to find out the problem of my network configuration I have network configuration is like in this diagram: The problem is between laptop1 and laptop2. At first I thought it was samba ...
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cannot connect to wifi ubuntu server

I have followed 1 to try and connect but when I enter my password: sudo iwconfig wlan0 key pizza1121 I receive the error: Error for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A) Invalid argument ...
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396 views

Why won't my wireless interface pass traffic to my network?

I am trying to setup a wifi access point with my Ubuntu server. I am having some trouble getting everything working correctly. Mainly the problem appears to be with routing or iptables but I cannot ...
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Inconsistent results with zeroconf

I'm on a small-business network with a mix of Ubuntu and Windows machines, both wired and wireless, as well as an Ubuntu fileserver (Samba), and a network printer. All these devices are on one big ...
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367 views

Looking for a pci wireless card for a ubuntu-based access point. Any recommendations?

I have recently been trying to setup a wireless access point on a small ubuntu server, but the wifi card doesn't seem to be compatible. Its a Dlink DWA-552, which I was hoping would work, but the ...
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992 views

Intermittent “no route to host” error on Linux

I have 2 computers on the same network: 10.0.0.4 10.0.0.5 If I leave things idle for about 10 minutes or so, when I attempt to connect between them, I get: $ ssh user@10.0.0.4 $ ssh: connect to host ...
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Using Ubuntu 10.04 as access point

Is there an easy way to configure Ubuntu laptop as access point? Sometimes when I only have cable connection to the internet I would like to give my gadgets access to the internet using WiFi. Is it ...
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Ubuntu - 3G Wireless Internet Security

I have a standalone Ubuntu 10.04 server (+ gnome) with a wireless 3G internet connection that is used to download data from an ftp server, process it, and then upload it again. Remote administration ...
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Setting up a linux server to share an internet connection

I in the process of reconfiguring my network. It is currently like this: internet - modem - wireless router - wired server/clients | |---- ...
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Connect to wired and wireless networks at same time, Ubuntu [closed]

Currently, I have a media PC running Ubuntu 10.04 that I am trying to connect via a wired network cable directly to a NAS box, and wirelessly to the router. This works no problem after I run sudo ...
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Wireless networking on Gnome on Ubuntu 9 / 10

So here's my problem: I have some netbooks (ASUS eee, and ACER Aspire Ones) that I've been tasked to set up as kiosk machines, locked up tight for normal users. I am a command-line, server man, so ...
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Different Results of Scanning Wireless Networks

(1) I found that under Ubuntu, WICD and command "/sbin/iwlist wlan0 scan" give a little different list of wireless networks. Windows 7 also gives a slightly different list. For example, there is one ...
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Connect to Nonencrypted Wireless Network Using Ubuntu Commands

I failed to connect to an open i.e. nonencrypted wireless network using Ubuntu command lines. Here is what I did. I firstly bring down the Network Manager, next bring wlan0 up and bring the encryption ...
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Connect to WEP Wireless Network by command line on Ubuntu

I am a newbie to both network and Linux. I am now trying to connect to a WEP wireless network by command line on my Ubuntu 8.10, because the Network Manager does not support 64 bit WEP. (1) I ...
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How to use the mode master with the ath5k driver?

In this page, they says that we can use the AP mode with the ath5k driver since linux 2.6.31 I am using Ubuntu Karmic with : linux 2.6.31-16-generic I would like to share my eth0 WAN connection ...
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Ubuntu through Wireless and VM through Wired

I am trying to do something like this: All networking connections originating from Ubuntu should go through my Wireless connection All the connections originating from within Windows (installed ...
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how to disable auto-connect in network manager in ubuntu

hello there are some laptops running ubuntu 8.1 with NetworkManager, which on startup automatically connects to the strongest wireless network. i need to disable this for security reasons, so a ...
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Have Ubuntu auto-connect to wireless AP without logging in

We have an ubuntu box set up to do some monitoring but due to the placement are unable to run CAT5 to the box itself. I have an Atheros PCI card that works great as long as someone is logged into ...
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Problematic Wireless connection manager in Kubuntu 9.04

I've recently upgraded my Kubuntu installation to 9.04 and somehow the wireless manager is not working any more. I believe it is the official bug mentioned in this article. Have any of you encountered ...