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Why can't I ping Google?

I can't ping google.com (unknown host). But I can ping IP addresses. I tried to ping the IP address of Google but it doesn't work. resolv.conf nameserver 8.8.8.8 nameserver 209.139.209.33 ...
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Hostname and IP address mapping in /etc/hosts

In my linux machine, when I run hostname, it shows mongodb, but when I run host mongodb, it shows: mongodb@mongodb:/var/hadoop/hadoop-1.2.1/bin$ host mongodb Host mongodb not found: 2(SERVFAIL) My ...
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how to check if the kernel support for ip alias?

it surprisingly that I get no explicit results when I googled "kernel ip alias support", and I have looked up the linux network administrator, 3rd edition, it says: check that you have a ...
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host only ip address: can it be 10.*.*.*?

My router is set to have computers IP range from 10.1.1.1 to 10.1.1.60 I'm trying to run Linux in virtual box in a host computer with windows 7. The host computer has 10.1.1.5 currently, which is ...
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SSH access from inside and outside a LAN using the same terminal command

I have a Raspberry Pi (RPi) and I am making remote connections to it using ssh. I have managed to set up ssh correctly such that I can access the RPi both from a local area network and from the ...
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ssh login after changed IP

I have server running Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS (GNU/Linux 2.6.32-042stab078.28 i686) Had no problem logging in to the server via ssh until my Internet Provider changed my IP. Now, the server keeps adding ...
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Finding the PID of the process using a specific port?

I am installing hadoop on my Ubuntu system. When I start it, it reports that port 9000 is busy. I used netstat -nlp|grep 9000 to see if such a port exists and I got this: tcp 0 0 ...
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Debian access point is detected, but provides no Internet access

I am use Debian sid. I want to share my network (ppp0) via AP (Access Point) to my mobile device. This is my configuration. /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf : # WiFi Hotspot interface=wlan0 driver=nl80211 ...
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Send a packet over the network even when its target is the local host

Under Linux if you send a packet to the address of one of its network interfaces, this packet is routed internally, it is never sent over the network. That's the right thing in 99.99% of the cases. ...
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Connecting to localhost via system IP address

I am using Linux Mint 15, and I am running a Ruby web server(Thin) on port 3000. I can connect from my machine via localhost:3000, but the moment I type in the system IP address (eg. ...
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Using shell script to select static IPv4 configuration according to router address

I have Linux Mint 15, I live in a university where the hostel and lab have separate static IP settings. Is there a way to set up the connection mechanism so that my laptop will automatically select ...
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Static routes in route-eth0 ignored

Why might route-eth0 be ignored but route-eth1 not? Might be because eth0 is using DHCP and eth1 is statically-configured? I have some static routes configured in ...
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Need IP for my Virtual Machine

I want to scp to my virtual machine (CentOS 6) from my Windows 8 machine. I have installed VMPlayer and installed CentOS 6 on my machine. I have enabled Bridged adapter setting, but I still can't see ...
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Is there any IP messenger for Linux (CentOS)?

Currently am using a Linux (CentOS) machine. Is there any IP messenger for CentOS like iptux and Gnome IP Messenger?
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Static IP for 2 PCs on crossover cable in interfaces(5) file?

I've got 2 PCs connected on an Ethernet crossover cable. On PC1 I run: sudo ip addr add 192.168.2.1 peer 192.168.2.2 dev eth0 sudo ip link set dev eth0 up On PC2 I run: sudo ip addr add ...
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Current IP address as visible from the internet? [duplicate]

I know I can get the locally assigned IP address of my current machine by the local router like so: ifconfig However, I want to know what my IP address is as visible from the outside world. Or, in ...
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How does ifconfig find a machine's external IP address?

Normally when I want to check the external IP address of a given machine, I simply curl some external website that sends me a response telling me what my IP address appears to it. However, I've ...
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how to identify IP address on eth0 when console isn’t available

I need help about the following I have very old Linux server with one IP address, unfortunately I can’t to access to Linux machine VIA console and I not remember the IP address So I now thinking ...
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Check a range of IP addresses to see if a host is active

I need to write a bash shell script that will check a range of IP addresses to see if a host is “alive” at that address.I also need to list the IP numbers of those that are “alive”, and provide a ...
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How to resolve when the IP of a NFS server changes

I have a Windows NFS server and several CentOS linux servers which were mounting volumes from it. The Windows server moved to a new network and even though DNS works and the NFS mount was mounted by ...
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What should be the right dhcp configuration for generating a new network over eth0?

Even not under a real server like scenario, I'm testing with dhcpd for learning and practice purposes. I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I want to offer a network by my eth0 interface. I receive ip and so ...
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Set Static IP in CentOS 6.4?

Most guides seem to revolve around modifying ifcfg-eth0, which doesn't exist on my system.. [root@Azaz07]# vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 [root@Azaz07]# ls ...
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Using ip addr instead of ifconfig reports “RTNETLINK answers: File exists” on Debian

I have a Debian system working as a wireless router with eth0 and wlan0. Now I added an additional network manually on eth1 with ifconfig: alix:~# ifconfig eth1 192.168.0.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 ...
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Ip connectivity with two interfcaes

I have two network interfaces in Linux machine , eth0 and eth1. IP is assigned to both interface from two different VLANs and default gateway to eth0. Now if interface eth0 is down I am unable to ...
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Why do two Ubuntu systems in the same network behave differently in DNS resolution?

I have two systems, both running Ubuntu 12.04, which are within the same network (connected by hubs without routing logic). Both systems are configured quite similar, but not identical. In particular, ...
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Programmatically extract private IP address(es)

I'm looking for an easy way to programmatically extract the private IPv4 address(es) of a computer. Something similar to this question, but restricted to private IPs. As an example, I can extract ...
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I want a static IP address for my (network? or computer?)

Me and two friends have been making a video game. We've thought about download hosting a bit, but found that Mediafire, Box, and those sorts of file-hosting sites' maximum free file-upload size is far ...
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Converting Webserver Logged IP Addresses to DNS

I'm trying to use a bash script to process a webserver log file and replace any IP's it finds with their corresponding DNS hostnames. An example entry of a single line from the log file is: ...
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Resolving pseudo domain name to private IP

Assume I have a VM running on OSX with private IP 10.0.0.1 which can be accessed from the host machine. I was wondering how can I map a pseudo domain, *.app.dev, to the private IP on my host machine ...
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Is there any alternative to echo daemon to display ip?

Is there any alternative to echo daemon to display ip instead of given string? For ex: my ip = 80.1.2.3 server ip = 1.2.3.4 root@my-machine bash$ telnet 1.2.3.4 Trying 1.2.3.4... Connected to ...
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What does ifup do when “/etc/network/interfaces” has an invalid netmask address?

The interfaces file looks like below: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.0.130 netmask 250.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.0.254 As you can see ...
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Share (masquerade) Internet connection from Debian desktop to a bunch of computers

I need to share the Internet connection of my Debian desktop to some other devices (a Mac Laptop, and an Android tablet). The Debian desktop is connected to the local network via eth0, and the rest ...
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Share an external IP with several virtual hosts

For a centos server hosting a few LAMP virtual machines (using VirtualBox), I have a single external IP. I would like to be able to use this single host external IP to address the virtual machines. ...
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SSH to a machine that is getting it's network connection from an Android device(Google TV)

I have a Linux(Ubuntu) machine for my HTPC. It's running XBMC and I control it via my IR remote control. I don't have a (wired) keyboard to control it. It has Wifi adaptor but it's not installed. I ...
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Reach service on VM with private address

I have this configuration: source: https://www.lucidchart.com/publicSegments/view/5256a1e5-afb0-4c7a-96fa-35750a00527d/image.png Basically, I have to reach a service which is running on the virtual ...
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Difference between 'ifconfig' and 'ip' commands

I read some articles/tutorials on 'ifconfig' command, most of them included a common statement - "ifconfig is deprecated by ip command" and suggested to learn ip command. But none of them ...
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keep losing IP with dhcpcd

I have an Arch Linux install in a VirtualBox VM, and as I'm working all of a sudden, it will lose it's dynamic IP address. When this happens, if I check on the status of the dhcpcd service it says ...
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Is there an easy way to programmatically extract IP address?

Is there an easy way to programmatically extract IP address, without tedious parsing of ifconfig? I would not mind simple command output processing using sed to do it but not processing multiline ...
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Why does Linux require moving IP from eth interface to bridge interface

When a network interface (e.g., eth0) is added to a Linux bridge (e.g., br0), the IP address must be removed from eth0 and added to br0 for the networking to function properly. I recall reading in ...
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binding ip address to hostname

I just registered a domain name and paid for hosting with CentOS and I found that I had to do the binding myself following the lengthy steps http://www.linux-sxs.org/internet_serving/bind9.html I was ...
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Environment variable for ip address

I see somewhere people use: IF_ADDRESS="$(echo "$IP4_ADDRESS_0" | cut -d'/' -f1)" to get the IP address in a network configuration script. In my system, I create a script under the directory ...
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Can't ssh to beaglebone?

After I did: route add default gw 192.168.7.1 I also changed /etc/resolv.conf: nameserver 192.168.7.1 in order to share internet between Ubuntu in VMware. I've got internet working but after a ...
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What is the simplest way to connect to wireless on a Debian system with nothing but essential?

I have a Debian Jessie system which, for reasons unrelated to this question, has nothing installed but the set of essential system packages. What is the simplest method for connecting to a wireless ...
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Get my country by IP in bash

I want to use the name of the country where I am now in a bash script. I can get the external IP using next command: curl ifconfig.me But how can I get my country name?
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What does the route Dest: 123.123.123.123, GW: 0.0.0.0 mean?

I have a route table: Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 123.123.123.123 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0 0 ...
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What is the difference between `/sbin/ip route` and `/sbin/route`?

Linux comes with two utilities /sbin/route /sbin/ip route What is the difference between the two and what is the rule of thumb to use when you decide which one of the two you should use? I know ...
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how to list all the internet's IP ranges? [closed]

I was wondering if I list all the IP ranges directly available on the internet. perhaps also group them by country and ISP? I know that a lot of people do research nowadays on datamining and ...
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Delete Static Routes on Solaris 10

I have the following routes that I wish to delete: 10.250.0.0 10.250.0.37 UG 1 0 I have run the following to delete this with failure. bash-3.2# route delete ...
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What are the interface prefix meanings in ifconfig?

I'm not sure if these have a name, but on most computers I use the interface prefixes are usually: eth- : Ethernet/Wired wlan- : Wireless/WiFi However, on my ASUS RT-N56U, I have the following: ...
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quick filter of IP that's causing sendmail DOS under FreeBSD

I've got what appears to be a malicious/spam host that is overloading my Sendmail server causing it to refuse connections to other hosts. I'm overloaded by connections from one particular IP address. ...