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Senior Linux Systems Administrator at Rackspace Hosting

Dec
28
awarded  Yearling
Dec
28
awarded  Yearling
Dec
17
comment Odd behavior of setting REMOTE_ADDR between Apache, Nginx, and AWS ELB
Just pointing out a slight typo that is confusing. In 1. you state that the IP does change, I think you mean't doesn't change.
Aug
26
comment Check the Number of active connections on port 80?
yeah, you're right :80 can possibly introduce false positives as well.
Aug
26
answered Check the Number of active connections on port 80?
Aug
26
comment Is there a free linux distribution that provides network services with an Web interface?
Yes, multiple WAN and LAN interfaces are supported.
Aug
26
answered Is there a free linux distribution that provides network services with an Web interface?
Jul
29
comment Apache SSL Proxy can't find client certificate?
Just a hunch, but can you post the config for whatever is listening on :443? Based on your log snippet something is trying to establish an SSL connection on :443 and then getting redirected to :18443.
Jul
21
comment mysqldump to a tar.gz
mkfifo mysql_pipe; gzip -9 -c < mysql_pipe > name_of_dump.gz &; mysqldump database > mysql_pipe; rm mysql_pipe there, one line. Of course I would keep the pipe around and use it every time.
Jun
26
comment Routing WIFI and LAN for specific traffic
Kind of bummed I didn't get the bounty: "The first thing I would check is in the configuration panel for en0 make sure that you have not entered anything in the router field. The information in that field is added as a default gateway." But it's all good in the end, glad you got it working.
Jun
26
answered Routing WIFI and LAN for specific traffic
Jun
25
comment eth0 and eth1 both assigned same IP on boot
LOL, my thoughts exactly :)
Jun
25
comment eth0 and eth1 both assigned same IP on boot
I just cut and pasted the command from the Novell docs, I'm fully versed on the inner-workings of shell redirection, thx ;)
Jun
25
comment Routing WIFI and LAN for specific traffic
Can you please add the contents of netstat -rn, traceroute -n 192.168.2.1 and traceroute -n google.com to your original question?
Jun
25
answered eth0 and eth1 both assigned same IP on boot
Jun
24
revised No clue for high load average on top
Fixed formatting
Jun
24
suggested suggested edit on No clue for high load average on top
Jun
11
comment Linux router: ping doesn't route back
I'm able to reproduce this exactly with virtual machines, and I can verify that the problem is definitely the route. Adjusting the metric of the 192.168.1.1 route higher than the 10.1.1.1 route will fix the problem and route all of the traffic through the debian box. What I don't fully understand is that I don't see any of the return packets hit any of the iptables chains on the ubuntu box. The only chain that's seeing packets on that interface is OUTPUT (non-nat).
Jun
11
comment Linux router: ping doesn't route back
I noticed the routing tables after I posted (OS X has a way of hiding some visual cues from you ;). I have a sneaky suspicion that if you do a tcpdump on eth0 of the ubuntu box for icmp you will see reply packets. Can you down eth0 on the ubuntu box and clear the arp cache of the debian box and try your ping again?
Jun
11
comment Linux router: ping doesn't route back
Can you please add your arp and routing tables for both the ubuntu and debian boxes? I notice that your address ranges overlap on both servers, your NATted range of 192.168.1.0/24 on eth2 of the debian box is the same as the physical range on eth0 of the ubuntu box, I'm setting up some VMs to test my theory but I think the routing may be getting jacked if those two interfaces are on the same logical network.