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Sep
30
comment Openvpn, forward packets very slowly
Can you add cpu information from the client and server while the traffic is being transferred?
Sep
30
revised Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output
Fixed typo, added content.
Sep
30
comment Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output
Apparently I misread it. I thought you were saying the opposite (which was reinforced by Karma's comment). I'll edit the answer appropriately.
Sep
29
comment Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output
I'm not saying there is a typo, I'm saying that it is doing EXACTLY what it is configured to do: use source IP of 212.83.129.104 when routing via the default route. If the question is "why is my traffic sourced from 212.83.129.104 instead of 88.190.15.135?", then the answer is "because it is configured that way, and your provider has a static route to send it back to you via 88.190.15.135". If you don't want it to do that, then change the configuration so it doesn't source from that IP.
Sep
29
comment Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output
I don't see how the above implies they are doing funky stuff with routing. It seems to me that the provider simply has a route that says "212.83.129.104 goes to 88.190.15.135", so they route traffic to that IP via the 88.190.15.0/24 network. If he sources his packets from 212.83.129.104, as it is configured to do, then they will come back to him just fine, no tricks or funny business.
Sep
29
answered Multiples ip address on interface. I want to specify one of them for output
Sep
16
answered Command to check openflow version
Aug
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
13
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
10
answered Why is SSH/SFTP failing for commands with larger returns?
Jul
22
comment Allocated Memory difference in xen guests with Linux 2.6.18 and 2.6.32
On question 1, in the section below where you have the text "despite showing", you then go on to show that dmesg is reporting "500984k/524288k". That means "500984k is available out of 524288k total". The free command also shows 524288k total mem, as per your output.
Jul
22
comment Allocated Memory difference in xen guests with Linux 2.6.18 and 2.6.32
Centos 6.3 is also RedHat based, so will be different from Debian based (Ubuntu). Additionally, Centos 6.3 probably has different defaults compiled into the kernel than either 5.7 or Ubuntu, so it makes sense that it is different.
Jul
22
awarded  Informed
Jul
22
comment Why does OS X spend one more packet to establish and close a TCP connection?
tcpdump is perfectly valid for looking at this. The information is not easier to access in wireshark if you have to 1) install a GUI, 2) install wireshark.
Jul
22
comment Why VM cannot get the public IP I have from provider?
How about an ifconfig -a on the VM?
Jul
20
answered Allocated Memory difference in xen guests with Linux 2.6.18 and 2.6.32
Jul
20
revised PCI Compliance Network Scan Issue - HTTP response code was an expected 401
Corrected typo.
Jul
20
comment Reviewing firewall rules
RedSeal is more than just firewall rules, they do all kinds of stuff to help visualize your network security architecture, including determining if your current access control stance (implemented via firewalls, ACLs, etc.) is complaint with your desired company "policy" (or other standards, such as PCI-DSS, et al). As far as firewall rules go, they can analyze for a bunch of Best Practice checks, in addition to some firewall specific stuff such as unused rules, missing logging, etc. for a variety of different vendors.
Jul
20
reviewed Reject How to integrate /home back into main partition, then grow partition
Jun
26
revised Debating our network structure (DMZ, database, service)
Added more information.