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Sep
29
comment 2 network cards routing
after adding this rules to the /etc/network/interfaces.d/eth0.cfg and eth1.cfg I can't ping from the system after loging into it. But the ips are pingable when tried from my system.
Sep
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Sep
29
comment 2 network cards routing
I am sorry, but what do you mean by enable routing? I think it is the gateway that messes it up. But do tell me what do you mean by that.
Sep
29
comment 2 network cards routing
Yes its already bound correctly, so when I change the routes by adding default gateway for 172.31.129.0 network(replacing the first line) then the other interfaces IP starts working. By not working I mean the webserver is inaccessible. But I am able to ping both IPs. PS: when I access the problematic IP(interface) the browser returns ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT
Sep
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Sep
24
comment routing for adding ips to 2 interfaces from same subnet
I think I am doing something wrong. It didn't solve my problem. This is what I did: pastie.org/private/6ivsoo5jgjqthwn8gztwg
Sep
23
comment routing for adding ips to 2 interfaces from same subnet
Thanks for making it clear. One more thing though, In your answer, I see you have given ranges for eth0:1. I want to assign it 7.7.7.5, so can I replace those ranges with 7.7.7.5
Sep
23
comment routing for adding ips to 2 interfaces from same subnet
Thanks, but can you give me a place where I can read about this. I still don't understand what to give in my case. this is what I came up with: pastie.org/private/7dl9aw40hhdmhtxx7wh3uw Is this correct? I don't think it is, but still!
Sep
23
comment routing for adding ips to 2 interfaces from same subnet
Hi thanks for the reply. So can you please explain about what these do a bit?
Sep
23
asked routing for adding ips to 2 interfaces from same subnet
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Dec
31
comment How can I check how much data has been transfered in a particular remote computer in my LAN?
I just found out the filtering capability of ettercap. I can drop all the packets destined to a particular compuetr using mitm attack. So instead of droping what if i count the packets?
Dec
29
asked How can I check how much data has been transfered in a particular remote computer in my LAN?