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Add vlan to interface with unique mac - different syntax for different Linux distros

I need to add a subinterface to an existing interface, which is on a VLAN. Furthermore, the subinterface must have it's own MAC address. Through the man pages I found this syntax which works fine on ...
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Bonding two interfaces

I'm trying to simulate bonding between two interfaces eth0 and eth1. So basicly, I need these two interfaces to be on the same subnet. My question here is: How can I achieve this?
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Addresses overlaps

I was putting somes static addresses to my interfaces then it shows me this: 172.16.1.0 overlaps with FastEthernet 0/0 What does it mean when two addresses overlaps and how can we avoid it? EDIT: ...
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IPvsadm, cannot get it to work at all

From my production server, I should make several connections (>50) to two different IP addresses. I am trying to load balance among these two IP addresses when making outbound connections so that the ...
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Set a local static IP address on a network interface and have it permanent even after restart

I have openSUSE 13.2. My laptop connects to the internet through a WiFi network but I have an embedded device which I need to connect to it through the ethernet interface. It has an IP address of ...
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CentOS 6 Static IP Address

I've just assigned my CentOS machine with a static IP address using the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 which has the following lines and seems to be working #eth0 config DEVICE="eth0" ...
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Updating IP for port

In below unix output of "netstat -pln" netstat -pln (Not all processes could be identified, non-owned process info will not be shown, you would have to be root to see it all.) Active Internet ...
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How to create permanent ip alias belonging to different subnets in Centos

I followed this link and created few alias ips on my centos 6.5 machine but all these ips belong to same subnet. What I have: My machine: eth0, 10.91.56.3 IP Alias1:eth0:1, 10.91.56.4 IP ...
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Is there a way to switch interface only by interface name?

I am currently working on how to switch network interface in Linux environment. And i am experimenting on switching network interface by switching default gateway, for example switch to wlan0 when ...
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Outside IP curl cron on FreeBSD

I have FreeBSD 10.1 (ssmtp,curl) I want to receive outside IP from cron. */10 * * * * root curl http://ifconfig.me/ip | mail my@mail But I got the following response Null message body; hope that's ...
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No “rwnd” option to “ip route” for managing the receive window?

Context: I'm doing some self-guided studying on TCP Window shaping. The scenario I'm trying to control for are clients which will be pulling down large amounts of data in addition to their normal ...
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vsftpd conditional pasv_address (internal ip vs. external ip)

I have a vsftpd server setup that i'd like to be able to access with passive transfer from an external ip (use of my domain name) and also from my local network (192.168.1.x). Currently I have ...
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How can I set the “default route” when an interface has multiple IPs?

I've followed this guide for Multiple IP addresses on Amazon EC2 and have gone with the second method listed of adding two IP addresses to a single interface. This was done by adding two private IPs ...
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How to get and print a user's public IP address in a Shell Script? [duplicate]

I've just completed a lengthy installation script that deploys a Ruby on Rails application unto web servers. At the end of this script, I'd like it to print something along the lines of: "Installation ...
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How to print from a given range of ip addresses every class-c with the last octect replaced by an asterisk

example: I have a range from 10.0.100.0 to 10.0.224.0 and I want the output like this: 10.0.100.* 10.0.101.* 10.0.102.* and so on
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Tools for Debugging Routing Tables on a Linux Machine?

Is there a tool that debugs routing tables on a Linux machine? I mean one that I can use by inputting an ip address into it, it'll take the existing routing table into account and output the ...
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why can't I ping Google with a static IP address?

I'm trying to install vicibox, an OpenSUSE distro which includes Asterisk. The fine manual says to set a static ip address with yast lan. What's the difference between: ││[ ] Change Hostname via ...
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static ip address in yast

I think that I set the FQDN for the server in yast. How do I set the static IP address with yast? I go to network devices => network settings, see my NIC: YaST2 - lan @ arrakis Network Settings ...
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How to access a website hosted on Ubuntu virtual machine on Azure?

I'm using Ubuntu 14.10 virtual machine located on Azure and I'm accessing it via Putty client. I've installed required software like Nginx and Mono, and I'm trying to host ASP.NET 5 webapp on Ubuntu. ...
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How does server identify frames in case of multiple VLAN sub-interfaces?

When I create a VLAN sub-interface in Linux, then it gets the same MAC address as its parent interface. For example with ip link add link eth0 name eth0.333 type vlan id 333 command, the eth0.333 gets ...
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How to setup routing tables to connect two subnets

How do I setup my routing tables to allow traffic between two subnets I have a gateway box with two NIC's 1st NIC [eth0] is connected to my outgoing network side and DSL modem and has subnet ...
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Changing static on SuSE linux

I have recently received a Linux Suse Ent server that has an active service agreement attached with it. The service requires an VPN connection so I have to change the IP, Default gateway. I have ...
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Resolve Host's IP on VM

I have kind of tricky situation. I have monitoring tool where all my hosts and their VM's (with IP's and so on) are listed. But what I need is to resolve on which host(need it's ip or hostname) this ...
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iproute2 command to enable a IPv4 address

I am investigating how to have iproute2 commands replace the old ifconfig and ifup ifdown command, and I found out something interesting. My NIC setup is: [16:07:41 root@vm network-scripts ]# cat ...
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Setup public IP address on LXC container

Can anyone tell me how to setup a network interface for each LXC container so that each container can have its own dedicated IP address? Here's what the /etc/network/interfaces file on my host node ...
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Virtual interface and different IPs

I've created a virtual interface on wlan0 with the ifconfig comand and here is what I have: wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet IndirizzoHW c4:46:19:69:b7:a5 indirizzo inet:192.168.1.4 ...
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Not able to resolve IP address for eth1 in Vagrant VM

On runnning ifconfig command I get the following as output. I need the IP address of eth1 for running my python server port with. eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 08:00:27:CE:08:3D ...
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How to access a inet6 address from browser

I have installed a pre-built Virtual Box image on an OS X host, and started it up. It's running Ubuntu 12 and Tomcat. From within the box the adapter information only contains an inet6 address (see ...
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How does Linux prevent applications from sending more packets than the link can handle without dropping packets?

I couldn't make the question any clearer so here's an example scenario: Given a Linux machine connected to an IP network through a physical interface of bandwidth 10Mbps (or a higher speed interface ...
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Network tool to monitor IP packet fragmentation

Is there a tool, similar to iptraf, that would let me see how many incoming/outgoing IP packets get fragmented/defragmented, and what percent of traffic they are? I know this can be counted with the ...
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IP packets fragment randomly

I've observed the strangest thing - the same packet, same size, send through the same interface sometimes gets send whole, and sometimes gets fragmented, as if it exceeded the interface MTU... 1472 ...
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why are there different formats for the hosts file between OpenSuSE and Ubuntu?

How is 127.0.0.1 related to 127.0.0.2? Using ssh to login to tleilax (OpenSuSE): tleilax:~ # tleilax:~ # hostname tleilax tleilax:~ # tleilax:~ # hostname -f tleilax.bounceme.net tleilax:~ # ...
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Why 192.168.1.105 = 127.0.0.1 in my pc?

I have installed apache2 in my debian7.8 . When to input 192.168.1.105 in firefox i get the same output as 127.0.0.1 ? It works! This is the default web page for this server. The web server ...
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What is the first event/file/log in linux that appears/changes on boot that signalizes network being up?

I have a vSphere farm with virtual machines and python script that handles cloning and managing of those VMs. I also have a machine (RedHat 6) that I clone if I need a new one. It has a script that ...
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Invalid IP parameter on nginx setup

I'm currently setting up an an nginx web server with PHP on ubuntu 10.x lastest. I've set it so it will only use my local LAN for testing but it comes with invalid paramter for 192.xxx.x.0/142. My IP ...
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What's the difference between a machine's IP address and localhost

It is silly stupid question for you all. But until i know the answer , it is difficult for me. Doubt has raised from my another question Where if i give localhost to my path, it works. But it doesn't ...
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Is dynamic DNS the only possible way to establish a connection between two routers with temporally IPs?

the situation is as follows. My and my friends Pcs are connected within a WLAN with a local IP to a router, the router gets its global IP from different ISP with a limited pool of IPs, so the ISPs ...
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How to find MAC or IP address of a device connected to the same Ethernet bridge?

I have the following topology: DeviceX ------ | DeviceX bridge with two Ethernet cards (created with bridge-utils) ---------------- router | ...
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What's wrong with the mapping?

I am running two docker containers one is for hadoop basic services and other is for flume. Services are running successfully. I linked two containers env variables are automatically set by docker ...
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ifconfig made my server unreachable

I just got a second IP address for my Debian Squeeze root. I tried to add the address to my network but somehow I messed up. The command I executed: ifconfig eth0 [new ip address] mask ...
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Output only the IP addresses of the online machines with nmap

I know how to use nmap to find the list of hosts that are currently online. What I would like to do is get a list of just their IP addresses, now it displays extra information such as Nmap scan ...
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Can a Linux system have two IP's Simultaneously?

Recently I installed apache2 on Raspbian and after end of installation I entered the following cmd and got two IP's. $ hostname -I 192.168.1.17 192.168.1.24 Of this, I have been using the IP ...
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delay in IP route deletion

(Apologies if this is the wrong StackExchange for this question, but there does seem to be some confusion regarding appropriate targeting of IP networking questions) I am very much a network newbie, ...
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Strange ip command output

When I call ip addr show I get output with all interfaces and their IP addresses (look at eth7): 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 16436 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN link/loopback ...
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How to make sure to get the Main/External IP without regard to network device type/name

Hello, I need to make sure I have the external or at least the main IP address for a given machine, regardless to the device type/name. I quickly wrote that tiny script for that purpose, but I need ...
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No DHCP OFFERS on several PCs in same network

I have different PCs and 2 of them don't get an IP-address (because they don't get a DHCP-offer) by the ISP, while the others do. I pluged them directly in my cable-modem, one after another. But when ...
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How can I have a bridge that uses DHCP?

I have set up a linux box (centos 7) to use for virtualizing some servers. I have set up a bridge, but I need to do it with DHCP, but it doesn't seem to like it. The reason I need DHCP is because ...
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What's the shortest way to find my WAN IP address at the command line? [duplicate]

What's the shortest command I could use to find out my WAN IP?
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Why can I connect to the IP of a network interface (on a server with multiple network interfaces) when the network cable is removed?

I have a Server with multiple (four) network interfaces running Arch Linux when I encountered something strange that I cannot explain. I have two interfaces configured to the the ip addresses ...
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Connect to offline network on second interface

I would think there's likely a dupe of this around but I cannot find it. I have an offline router I'm using to connect a remote wireless device. The router cannot be configured as an access point, ...