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What are the differences between the network stack of FreeBSD and that of Linux? [on hold]

Recently there was a news about facebook trying to hire people with good Linux kernel knowledge so that they can improve the performance of Linux network stack and make it better or comparable to that ...
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FreeBSD systat doesn't calculate upload speed/total on wlan0

When I call systat -if shows that wlan0 out traffic/peak/total are 0 kb(/s). I'm using wlan0 for networking, internet down/upload are working. The in traffic/peak/total are OK. The wifi chip is ...
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Why does *BSD uses driver specific names for network interfaces? Does it imply limitations?

I notice that depending on the brand of the network card, interface names differ (driver dependent I suppose). Why does *BSD uses driver specific names for network interfaces? Does it mean there is ...
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How do you set a vlan priority on a nic in freeBSD?

This question could arguably be posted on both networking.stackexchange and unix.stackexchange. I'll start here. I have a freeBSD (pfsense 2.1) server running as a router on google fiber. In order ...
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Configure multiple interfaces with different hostnames using DHCP and DNS

I have a machine running Ubuntu 12.04 Server with two interfaces connected (eth0, eth1) to the network. Our network is set up so that a FreeBSD based DHCP server hands out leases and registers the ...
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ssldump: PCAP: syntax error

I'm using: # uname -ro FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE-p3 And the latest ssldump: # pkg_info | grep ssldump ssldump-0.9b3_4 SSLv3/TLS network protocol analyzer When I try starting it with decryption - I ...
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How to monitor network performance for each application in FreeBSD / PC-BSD?

I'm using a PC-BSD workstation, and I would like to know if there is a way to monitor which app / process is using the network. I use a Mac OS X (Mavericks) laptop, and the "Network" tab in the ...
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144 views

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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Detect which interface traffic to an IP address goes through

I'm making an script, and I need to detect in what interface is the traffic of an IP going through. This is because in the arch, an IP address is attended only for one of four NIC's, but can be any of ...
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nas4free server can't access local network

I'm not a linux/unix/freebsd expert. I'm a Microsoft .NET developer that knows Windows pretty well. Please bear with me :) I'm trying to configure an old desktop machine as a NAS device with ...
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1answer
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enable networking inside a freebsd jail

So I'm mostly a linux newbie itself. Let alone freebsd, so please bear with me. I just need some very basic clues to get this to work. I use FreeBSD 9.1 64-bit from the list here. On my freebsd ...
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Does FreeBSD support network virtualization like Crossbow?

Does FreeBSD support network virtualization like Solaris Crossbow? I've tried to follow the VImage links from the FreeBSD wiki page, but the links are mostly dead. If VImage is no longer part of ...
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Network interfaces for Jails

I have been reading over the creation of Jails on FreeBSD, and one stumbling block I have is regarding network interfaces. Say my local router is 10.0.2.1, and the BSD box is 10.0.2.5. I would like ...
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Easily connecting to the internet with FreeBSD

I am a beginner at using UNIX, and I have a small Toshiba notebook computer which I installed FreeBSD 9.x on. I looked at the online handbook to try to find out how to connect to the internet, but ...
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NAT and source IP filtering in PF, using OpenBSD >= 4.7

I just read a book about PF (The Book Of PF, No Starch), but there's one question not answered by it. If I have a gateway machine using two interfaces, $int_if and $ext_if, and I NAT the packages ...
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How to use Public IP in case of Two ISP which difers from each other Pfsense [closed]

Please bare with my long explanation but this is important to explain the actual problem. Please also pardon my knowledge with PFsense as i am new to this. I have single PFSense box with 3 Ethernet ...
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1answer
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Enabling bwn in FreeBSD

I am trying to load the bwn driver as a module as mentioned in the man page. However, when I attempted to edit /boot/defaults/loader.conf I could not write the changes to the file, this was attempted ...
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pfsense long ping to google

I have a pfsense box set up. What happens is I set a rule so I can't hit the admin interface 192.168.3.1 from the box. With the rule enabled --- www.l.google.com ping statistics --- 2 packets ...
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1answer
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Inserting a nat solution into a network while it's not the gateway

I have tried this a few different ways. Currently trying with pf on freebsd 8.2 I am trying to insert a nat solution into an existing network that will redirect traffic from an outside ip address to ...
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2answers
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Network file sharing with freebsd server

I have a freebsd server at home. I also have other OSes like linux and windows connected to the same network via WLAN (wifi). I want to be able to share stuff (what ever I download ;)) on my FreeBSD ...
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1answer
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Network fail on FreeBSD: Ping to router fails, but router believes computer is connected

I have a TP-Link TL-WN851N wireless adapter, which is based on an Atheros device. When I attempt to connect to my WPA2 wireless network, ifconfig wlan0 tells me that the connection is 'associated'. My ...
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1answer
304 views

Сan I configure FreeBSD to use DHCP or a static IP depending on the detected ssid?

I have a FreeBSD 8 machine which can use several wireless access points. I want it to use the first available network and automatically use DHCP or a static address as required (this should be ...
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560 views

How to block outgoing connections from process/user on FreeBSD?

My server executes third party software which processes user submitted files. I want to block outgoing connections from my process. How can I do it in FreeBSD?
3
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1answer
586 views

RealTek 8101E ethernet card or similar doesn't work on FreeBSD

I'm trying to install FreeBSD on my netbook using an usb sitck but I'm running into a major problem, my ethernet card doesn't work. ifconfig -a only returns me lo0 … but dmesg | grep re0 ...
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Share Internet connection from a Debian laptop to a FreeBSD desktop

I have this situation: My Debian laptop is connected to the Internet via its wlan interface through my wireless router. Recently I decided to install FreeBSD on a very old machine (a celeron 300Mhz) ...
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2answers
840 views

802.3ad on FreeBSD and Linux using crossover cables?

I have setup a NFS server on FreeBSD 8.1, which will be serving one Linux client. Each box has a dual-port 1gig fiber card, and each box is directly connected to the other over this link. There is ...
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FreeBSD: How to fix “ping: sendto: No buffer space available”?

I'm trying to ping a remote host, but I get an error. # ping 192.168.80.1 PING 192.168.80.1 (192.168.80.1): 56 data bytes ping: sendto: No buffer space available ping: sendto: No buffer space ...
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What is using this network socket?

I'm trying to use NTP to update the time on my machine. However, it gives me an error: host # ntpdate ntp1.example.org 10 Aug 12:38:50 ntpdate[7696]: the NTP socket is in use, exiting What does the ...