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Design Lead. Javascript programmer. I work with Javascript, HTML, CSS, and Node.js.


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revised Are IP addresses “trivial to forge”?
Edited for better clarity and focus
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Are IP addresses “trivial to forge”?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
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answered OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
PROBLEM SOLVED. This was a misunderstanding to be certain, however unrelated to my routing configuration! The fact is, when I switched from DHCP to static IP addresses, apparently I also need to add at least a primary DNS in the hosts / domain area. I used the new public Google DNS (8.8.8.8) and now everything is working as it should. I appreciate your responses!
Dec
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answered Create subdomain upon user registration
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answered Can't access a shared folder using credentials
Dec
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
Some additional clarification: I tried with the traditional method, and it reacts the same way the other method is reacting. Routing and Gateway changes to one adapter also affect the other. What am I doing wrong? They need to be configured independently.
Dec
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revised OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
added detailed config info
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
Ok still no luck. I've updated my original post with the different configurations I'm trying to do -- could you please look at that and tell me how I'm doing it wrong?
Dec
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
Nothing really interesting or weird. Obviously they look quite a bit different from say Ubuntu or CentOS. Both work -- it's just that only one can be enabled at a time. I think what Josh Budde is suggesting might work -- going to give it a try.
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
We are required to use this version by our client. We can't change that. I already know how to check the status of the interfaces. That is how I know they are not working.
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awarded  Student
Nov
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answered Alternatives to ntbackup
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asked OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
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answered Who joined a computer to a domain
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awarded  Editor
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comment Apache Proxy Issues: bad requests, domain name getting changed to IP address and more
I did test it on the IIS box using localhost, and it does not exhibit the behavior. I added my virtualhost entry above if that helps clarify?