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Bond slave link up is too slow

On one of my servers I set up a bond-device consisting of an onboard network-card and an PCIe network card. (eth1 and eth5) I set up the configugration according to man ifcfg-bonding - i.e. eth1 and ...
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Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices

I have a laptop running hostapd, phpd, and mysql. This laptop uses an Ethernet connection to connect to the internet and acts as a wireless access point for my workplace's wifi devices. After ...
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Is vnstat reporting accurate?

I'm checking the stats of a busy site that host mirror downloads. I installed vnstat on the machine and after a few days i saw the number 125.25 Mbit/s or using -ru 0 15.29 MiB/s I'm extremely ...
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Atheros ar8151 driver for kernel 3.x (fedora 16)

Yesterday, I installed Fedora 16 and found no wireless connection available. Then I found the ar81family driver But it seems like it does not work with kernel 3. I changed the makefile to ignore ...
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eth0 r8169 down on wake up from standby

On waking up after standby the network (eth0) remains down. The eth0 card is r8169. I have tried : ifconfig eth0 up Doesn't work ifconfig eth0 up; dhcpcd eht0 Worked but how do I configure my ...
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I need to install ethernet driver during arch install [closed]

I've been trying to set up a dual boot with Windows 10 and Arch Linux. I started off by dual booting Windows 10 and Ubuntu just to get a feel for everything. When I did that I had to install ethernet ...
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Network interface crashes after disconnecting eth wire or restarting service

At startup or reboot, network interface works fine. Host is reachable and also can communicate with other devices on the local net or internet. IP address is configured as static, and dns-nameservers ...
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lshw HWPath priority — how to determine

I have a project here at work where I'm attempting to definitively map ethernet MAC addresses to physical ports (IE card 1 port 0 is eth0 (mac xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) and a non-technical operator can look ...
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How to swap out the driver of a network device on a running Debian Linux box?

I've got an embedded/headless Debian Linux box which boots from a read-only filesystem image. The configuration is set up so that I can (seemingly) write to the filesystem, but any changes to the ...
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Why can't Fedora start my (hard wired) network?

FYI: I've asked this on Superuser but not luck so I'm trying here. I'm not sure which it is more relevant to. I have a hard-wired Ethernet card/cable to my hub. I start Fedora 23 but there's no ...
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Could not resolve host: mirrorlist.centos.org

I did a fresh install of CentOS 7 on an Acer Inspire T. It is a terminal-only installation (no GUI). I connected the CentOS 7 box to a cable modem via an ethernet cable, and the cable modem is ...
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No ethernet device detected

I'm trying to setup Archlinux on VMWare Workstation and for some reason I cannot find my ethernet card. In lspci | grep Ethernet it says Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82574L Gigabit Network ...
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make my Debian laptop switch automatically to a backup connection

I have a laptop with Debian OS installed under it. It is initially connected to the internet using an Ethernet cable (via a modem) and I want to automatically switch to a backup wifi connection (which ...
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empty 70-persistent-net.rules on SuSe 13.1 and ethernet device called eno1

openSuse 13.1 configured my network controller as eno1 during installation. Also eno1 device can not be configured by KDE Network Connection tool, it doesn't allow you to add a connection for this ...
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reset Ethernet bonding without rebooting

I have the following Ethernet bonding configuration: old configuration: bond0 eth0 eth1 bond1 eth2 eth3 new configuration : bond0 eth0 eth2 bond1 eth1 eth3 I have made the ...
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How can I install Fedora with a newer kernel?

I want to install Fedora on my computer with a netinstall, but it seems that the kernel doesn’t support my ethernet chip (Intel I218V). I tested Ubuntu 14.04 and Arch Linux and the ethernet chip ...
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Multiple virtual interfaces all bridged to eth0

I'm following this tutorial for setting up bridged a bridged Ethernet interface using uml-utilities and bridge-utils and it works for 2 interfaces but no more than 2. What I'm trying to achieve is ...
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Change name of em1 to eth0 in Fedora 19? [duplicate]

I have already followed the instructions here but it doesn't seem to work, as my ifconfig output still shows the same "em1","em2" and "lo". I just need a way to rename one of these to eth0 in Fedora ...
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No network interface for the lan9118 emulated on QEMU 1.4.0 overo machine

Im using QEMU 1.4.0 Ubuntu 13.04 distribution. Im trying to make the virtrual machine part of the host network so Im ussing this command: sudo qemu-system-arm -M overo -m 1024 -sd ./test.img -clock ...
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Bonding configuration on a blade server with Oracle 6.3

I'm trying to configure a mode 6 bonding on a blade server. Blade Enclosure: HP c7000 Blade Server: ProLiant BL460c G1 Redundancy part of the bond is working, I can pull out any one of the cables ...
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Connecting Debian webserver to network

I am currently running a webserver with Debian 5.0.2. It has been working (more or less) fine for the past 2-3 years but recently it went down due to some power-outage. Ever since I have brought it ...
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Where could I find the ifcfg-eth0 file?

I am using RHEL6, but I could not find the Ethernet interface configuration file ifcfg-eth0 under /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. Issuing ifconfig -a shows that eth0 does exist. Could it be that the ...
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Linux Mint: LAN “Cable not connected”, despite it is

I've just installed Linux Mint 13, 64 bit (from the CD of "c't kompakt Linux", if this matters), and came across a very unexpected problem, for which I've not found a solution with Google or searching ...
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netcat to capture ethernet

How can I make sure the result of the following command: nc eth0 &> capture.txt would capture the data + errors transmitted via eth0?
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How much was uploaded in the last five minutes?

I do not need some kind of realtime visual status of my ethernet - I want to run my script when last five minutes I uploaded less than X. So I need to get only one number from some command. What can ...
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Using multiple NICs for faster internet?

My laptop have a ethernet card and a wifi card. Ethernet line have maximum download rate at 1.5MiB/sec and wifi is over 1MiB/sec too, but it seem only have one NIC can working at a moment (if I turn ...
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Two networking interfaces trying to get an IP via DHCP

When using: /etc/network/interfaces auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp auto wlan0 allow-hotplug wlan0 iface wlan0 inet dhcp wpa-ssid "<myssid>" wpa-psk "<...
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How do I understand if an USB Ethernet adapter is compatible with a certain kernel version to use it to load kernel/filesystem?

I'm using an old kernel, 2.6.32, and I would like to boot the kernel over TFTP and mount the filesystem over NFS. Mounting the kernel over TFTP is a plus, but mounting the filesystem over NFS is a ...
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how can one manually assign a permanent / static IP address with “ip addr add”?

After an IP address is assigned to this network interface, with any of the the following commands: ip addr add 10.0.0.0 dev eth1 valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever ip addr replace 10.0.0.0 dev ...
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Don't add new ethernet interfaces, use it as eth0

I have multiple ARM devices on which Debian runs. I have a single image saved from the SD Card and intent to use it on all devices. Now I have the problem, that each time the MAC address of the eth, ...
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Can I mirror lo as eth0? [closed]

Is it possible to make eth0 point to lo? I have dumb process that keeps acting as eth0 exists while it doesn't.
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Cannot connect to ethernet on a cable modem

I have an Arris cable modem, and my laptop has a JMC250 PCI Express Gigabit Ethernet Controller. I'm unable to connect to its wired network either with NetworkManager, Wicd, or the command-line on ...
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How to check if ARP is enabled or not

I have enabled the arp support on my dell based server running linux on it. I wanted to check that if arptables are enabled or not. Could anyone tell me how do I check the same? Is it enough to run ...
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Unable to recognize old interfaces after motherboard update

I updated motherboard on x240 computer node, now the ethernet interfaces show up as eth2 and eth3 previously it was eth0 and eth1. I tried to delete /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules file but ...
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Problem compiling a driver : “No rule to make target”

First of all I am running a CentOS 6.4 installation. My computer is a laptop and I am trying to install the drivers for my ethernet card, because this week end I lost my ability to connect to the ...
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How do I check if I have packet socket support enabled in my distro's kernel?

How do I check that packet socket support has been compiled into my kernel? I'm running Crunchbang, a Debian-based distribution.
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Discover Static IP of connected ethernet cable

Ok, so my question is a bit out there, and I've read a lot of similar questions but they never actually are doing what I am trying to accomplish. So the best way to describe it is with this scenario: ...
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Creating Encrypted Tunnel Between 2 Lans

I have 2 LANs and one of them is connected to the internet and I need to connect them together. Normally, a single cat6 cable is enough for connection however, this cable is going through a public ...
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Device vs network interface IP addresses

I'm trying to understand the relationship between: A "networked" Linux device; and The physical NIC card located on that device (giving it the ability to be "networked"); and Various Ethernet/Wi-fi ...
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Impossible to have two network interfaces wifi and ethernet (as a backup) working together

I have a raspberry 2 with a wifi interface and an ethernet interface. wifi is my main connection with the ability to just plug in the ethernet as a backup method. I want to assign different static ...
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How to enable ping between machines connected in two interfaces?

I have a linux board with two ethernet interfaces as mentioned below. eth0 connected to another linux machine (ad-hoc) eth0 on board 191.168.1.2 connected to Linux machine 192.168.1.3 eth1 on board ...
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What does the “first Ethernet card” mean in the BSD world?

https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/network-routing.html The designation link#1 refers to the first Ethernet card in the machine. Question: what does the "first Ethernet card" mean? How to ...
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How can I create Local Loopback on Linux?

I need to create local loopback as shown herein: Performing Loopback Testing for Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces. Excerpt Configure a Local Loopback Action To configure a local ...
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Internet not working

I am using Linux mint. And this is my kernel. uname -a Linux nithesh-desktop 3.8.0-19-generic #29-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 17 18:16:28 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I was having a networking ...
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Setting up network cards on FreeBSD

I just installed FreeBSD 9 on a new laptop and I'm having some trouble getting the network cards to work. Presumably the file representing the cards is in /dev, but where would the configuration files ...
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wired connection not working under Ubuntu 10.04

(using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on a netbook prior to any updates) The wireless works fine, the wired connection has been tested using a Windows computer. Choosing auto eth0 from the power manager fails. ...
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Atheros ethernet driver

I have openSUSE 11.4 installed on my HP pavilion dm4-2015dx. The ethernet card (Attansic ethernet controler is shown in Yast's hardware info) was not recognized and after many days of googleing i ...
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Cannot connect to the internet (even pinging my own router) on any distro

I always run Windows 10 (Ethernet and WiFi work fine) but I dual boot and changed my distro from Arch (~6 months ago) to Fedora (~3 months ago). Fedora used to connect sometimes and sometimes not. ...
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Packets not moving through linux ethernet bridge

I am trying to set up a debian 8.3 machine with eth0 and eth1 bridged, but I can't get packets to traverse the bridge. Currently, eth0 is connected to a LAN with many other hosts, including a DHCP ...
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Generate raw Ethernet frames with memory preloaded payloads at < 1 ms intervals

I am looking to generate raw Ethernet frames with payload that is preloaded into memory. The Ethernet frames (10-60 full frames) should be generated at 1 ms intervals with no exception. What would ...