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Dec
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comment Multiple Subnet, Same Gateway
That or you need to use secondary IP addresses on the SVI VLAN 1. But end result is that you need a gateway on each subnet.
Dec
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comment Multiple Subnet, Same Gateway
You would need a separate SVI gateway for each subnet. You should not use 172.18.186.1/25 on SVI VLAN 1, rather 172.18.186.1/[Mask] whether that is a /26, a /27 or whatever you use for that subnet.
Nov
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comment Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
@Sunny, it would be nice to get a better answer than "some guy said so" (no pun intended). I also suspect something along those lines, but I am still holding out hope that someone will point to a documentation reference or one of the Ubuntu devs on that site will point to some source that provides more basis to the answer you got there.
Nov
18
comment Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
@Sunny, in case you were interested, I did verify the same behavior on Ubuntu (still haven't had time to try other OSes) myself and after some web searching did ask a question on Ask Ubuntu, but no answer to the question as of yet.
Nov
17
comment Cisco 3750 switch wont transmit radius request to server
What do you get from the logging on the RADIUS server. Personal guess is that the switch is not configured as a NAS on the RADIUS server or there is a mismatch with the RADIUS secret between the two. Logging (or debugging) on the server should tell you.
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Nov
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revised Is there a benefit from using an IPS for outgoing traffic?
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Nov
11
comment Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
@Sunny, just had a thought. Are you using any sort of virtualization? If so, then it could possibly be a product of the virtualized network interface. I haven't tested myself, but it could make sense that when in monitor mode it is giving you raw data, but when not in monitor mode it is giving you a virtualized Ethernet interface and is software bridged.
Nov
11
comment Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
Maybe your OS is doing something weird, but you can't mix up an 802.11 frame for an 802.3 frame when you know what you are looking at. You can compare for yourself the differences in the frame format. For example: 802.3 vs 802.11.
Nov
11
comment Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
That looks like a straight Ethernet frame. There is no 802.11 information. Are you sure this isn't being captured off the wired interface? Especially since the IP addresses also don't match between your new example and the original.
Nov
11
revised Is there an ethernet header in IEEE 802.11
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answered Is there a benefit from using an IPS for outgoing traffic?
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Aug
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comment Using the same mac address on the same network at different times on two devices
Entirely depends on the network and how it is configured, especially with regards to security. For instance, if there is any sort of policy based decisions based on the platform (newer BYOD type setup where laptop may be treated one way and your smart phone anohter), this may create all sorts issues and get one or both devices flagged.
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comment Cisco 2621XM Configuration with Comcast Business Modem
From the referenced link: As you add ACL's, encryption, compression, etc - performance will decline significantly from the given numbers, unless it is a hardware-assisted platform, such as the ASR 1000, 7600 or 12000, which process QoS, ACL's, and other features in hardware (or when a hardware assist is installed, for instance an AIM-VPN in a 3745 will offload the encryption from the CPU). I would have to check the specific platform, but this may also include routing protocols, NAT, the DHCP service, NTP, and many other features.
Jun
22
comment Remote OSX Server does not accept TCP connections from abroad?
Please don't cross post. Pick one site and ask there.