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May
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comment Load Balancing between 2 ISPs
Does't enhance the performance to use ISP DNS ? with this the resolve is different and traffic is directed to their caching servers for example ?.... Advise plz
May
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asked Load Balancing between 2 ISPs
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment CentOS with multiple NIC and static route
without natting, traffic sent from eth1 network to eth2 network will not find the correct return path, as i assume GW for machines on eth2 network is 192.168.10.1, so traffic will come via eth2 to a machine, and will get back via the GW 192.168.10.1 as the source IP is on different subnet. to achive this i guess you need to perform natting or add routes on all the machines !
Oct
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Oct
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revised OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
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Oct
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comment OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
Please check updated answer, this might fix your issue.
Oct
13
comment OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
Can you please run the command; ip rule list on HostA and display the output here, also the command ip route show table OpenVPN
Oct
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comment OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
How Come, what is the relation between HostB and the VPN-Restart, the GW of HostB should be set in static way to the local ip of HostA which is a VPN-Client, why would restarting the VPN change the GW of HostB ,, this does not make sense..
Oct
12
answered Kill any GS process that's been running for over 5m on CentOS 6.5
Oct
12
comment Is there a way to check is a machine is accessible from its public ip?
Thanks @XavierLucas :)
Oct
12
answered Is there a way to check is a machine is accessible from its public ip?
Oct
12
comment OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
I thought you have your own openvpn server, any way OpenVPN-GW-IP: when you are connected to the VPN, your routing table should be changed with new entries added; find out what is the VPN connection gateway, route -n | grep tun and use that ip... this should not be changed as i know VPN IPs are assinged based on the certificate and they do not changed by time ...
Oct
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revised OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
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Oct
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answered Using iptables without root privileges
Oct
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Oct
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answered OpenVPN-Connection as default gateway for another host in the same subnet
Oct
11
answered Make sure all users in network use my DNS server