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... net.ipv6.conf.ppp0.accept_ra = 2 To ensure that kernel config params are really set everytime the ppp device comes up try to use a udev rule: KERNEL=="ppp0", SUBSYSTEM=="net", ACTION=="add", RUN+="/bin/bash -c 'echo 2 >/proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/ppp0/accept_ra; echo 2 >/proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/ppp0/forwarding;'" Place it somewhere in ...


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This sounds like a DNS issue. Next time your service goes down run this command to flush all cached DNS entries ipconfig /flushdns Then run ping 8.8.8.8 and ping google.com If ping 8.8.8.8 goes through and ping google.com does not, then you should consider changing the DNS settings on your router to something more reliable. 8.8.8.8 is google's ...


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Log into your Actiontec Router, you'll find the admin password on a sticker on your router. Then click on the firewall tab at the top of the window and you will see a panel open up which talks about general security levels. Choose port forwarding and set up a new forwarding instructions. Find the device you would like to have access to from outside, such as ...


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It sounds very much like you're trying to set the new router to be functioning like a switch. As suggested by RobM you should opt for a switch instead - unmanaged would be cheaper and plug n play! However, if your want to continue to use that router, I have a feeling your router also has an internet port and you've probably got that port linking from your ...


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The behaviour you are experiencing is expected. This blogpost is a bit old but explains pretty well how to make it work as you want to: configuring-multiple-default-routes-in-linux EDITED: Using default routes, your outgoing packets will be routed through the default route with biggest preferece, no matter which way they came in. You need to use policy ...


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Ok I found out I can make virtual servers or virtual aplications on some routers. Mine was a Virtual Server. I Only had to specify the ongoing IP with a specific port to be routed to another IP on another port.


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How to forward ports in DD-WRT & Tomato with iptables: https://airvpn.org/topic/9270-how-to-forward-ports-in-dd-wrt-tomato-with-iptables/ iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p udp -d {destIP} --dport {port} -j ACCEPT iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p tcp -d {destIP}--dport {port} -j ACCEPT iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p udp --dport {port} -j DNAT ...


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Without further details it's difficult to give an appropriate answer. In the simplest case, with everything on the same IP subnet (including router2's clients), same VLAN, dynamic IP attribution, etc., i.e. the routers can communicate directly without any special switching/routing configuration, all you need is cabling and: set router1 as default gateway ...


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What you're asking, basically, is "Does a VPN protect my traffic from interception?" Yes. That's the point of a VPN. OpenVPN is encapsulating and encrypting your traffic using the TLS protocol. Your encapsulated traffic isn't going to be visible to anyone intercepting the traffic. They're going to see TLS-encrypted data in the payloads they intercept. ...


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I would take the router with lots of RAM (for nat tables) and fast CPU. Break the chassis and add more cooling (like additional fan). Replace the power supply for the better quality one (in my experience it's the number one reason of cheap router problems). Select router that would work without issues with openwrt. Original firmware may be not so secure, it ...


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For original question: Yes, 1x /24 IPv4 and 1x /64 IPv6 for each VLAN is just fine. You'll be creating typical dual-stack setup. If you set IPv6 as preferred in /etc/gai.conf, then your computers will use IPv6 where available (throughout your intranet, and on Internet where available), and fall back to IPv4 NAT for hosts/services which are not yet IPv6 ...


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Assuming both routers are receiving connections from the Internet (and not a subset of the Internet that you can identify in a static route) Windows can't do what you want. If your incoming connections on "Router2" come from a particular subnet then just add a static route to that subnet via "Router2" and you're done. Assuming you're looking to service ...


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Don't "stack" up Network Address Translating (NAT) routers like that. Disable the DHCP server on the "Mid router" (sic) and configure it with a static IP address other than 192.168.1.1 in the 192.168.1.0/24 subnet. Connect it to a LAN port on the "Master router" (sic). This will eliminate a redundant NAT step and an unnecessary DHCP server. You'll end up ...


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If 2 client connect to wireless network using same Wireless routers there is no problem but when 2 client connect with separate Wireless routers can not see themselves. For fix this problem, there is 2 ways: Connect Wireless routers to LAN using their LAN Ports (Not using wan port). In this case wireless client get IP address in range 192.168.1.0/24 Set ...



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