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Plausible that your resolve.conf is being overwritten. Judging by your configs you posted I would follow these steps to make your DNS permanent. In your /etc/network/interfaces config file make sure that eth0 has the following config. dns-nameservers <your DNS server1> <you dns 2> 8.8.8.8 8.8.4.4 If you're connected over SSH you can't do ...


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I think you may have a misunderstanding on how internet circuits are sold. You have 70/20 and 60/10 circuits. Those numbers are bandwidth to the core network of your ISP. They are not making any promises that you will be able to upload at 20Mbit to any place on the Internet, nor could they make that promise technically speaking. Unless you have control over ...


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There is a wonderful, simple to use tool on linux called MTR (short for My Trace Route) which will show you packet loss at every step of the route, and can even help you hunt down flapping routes.


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Let my start by saying that "your internet speed" typically isn't fixed. It depends on the path between your end of the connection and the other end-point. And along that path there can be traffic shaping, high bandwidth connections, slower links, congestion, low latency connections or high latency links (satellite uplink anyone?) etc. and the cumulative ...


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Theres a cli tool for speedtest.net: https://github.com/sivel/speedtest-cli An other option would be to measure the download time for a big file (>100 MB) from a known to be fast server and calculate the current bandwidth from that. I wrote a munin plugin quite a time ago, which was doing this perfectly fine. A good starting point is the following ...


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Squid has the option offline_mode which will always serve content from cache, if it is present there. It is neither a safe general purpose option, nor a recommended, but can be useful in some occasions. But expect some odd web browsing experiences.


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Since you are using Apache, you can use reverse proxy through mod_proxy to redirect requests from 10.10.0.2 /intranet to the web server at 10.0.0.1. http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_proxy.html



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