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Aug
15
comment Configure gateway for two NICs through static routeing
I tried that particular command and the one @AlanCurry suggested however neither in combination or alone did they work. As for multiple routes I was under the impression the linux kernel began support for that several years ago. link
Aug
15
comment Configure gateway for two NICs through static routeing
@AlanCurry Yes I realize when the routing table is empty I will get no connections because the system does not know where to send the data. I am looking for the best way to configure my static routes to include those connections.
Aug
15
comment Configure gateway for two NICs through static routeing
@Zypher Nothing, its blank atm.
May
2
comment SSH Pipe File and Execute
Yeah its strange the problem only occures when I pipe the binary in. If I use wget for instance it is able to execute with no problems.
May
2
comment SSH Pipe File and Execute
It works when I execute /bin/ls. I am at a loss why it won't work for my own binary on the first try, but still work on the second.
May
2
comment SSH Pipe File and Execute
No verbose is verifying the file exists after the transfer. LS confirms that the proper permissions are set as well. Executing ssh user@host './exec' still results in the expected results after the initial transfer aswell.
May
2
comment SSH Pipe File and Execute
No it still doesn't work I have the same problem
Apr
11
comment Linux Transparent Bridge for Network
This didn't work any ideas why something like: iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p TCP --dport 80 -j DROP wouldn't work either?
Apr
11
comment Linux NetSec/IDS Bridge
I understand what your saying, this is really just a personal project. My goal is to basically build a tap from scratch with nothing but old hardware and a Linux disc. My end result is a system that I can toss anywhere with a little config and get a general idea of the traffic entering/exiting the system along with any intrusions as well.
Apr
11
comment Linux Transparent Bridge for Network
As a quick followup question to this, what exactly am I trying to build at this point? It's not really a transparent bridge, but depending on where you are you shouldn't be able to see it either.