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How can I block a range of IP addresses with an Amazon EC2 instance?

I know a certain range of IP addresses are causing problem with my server, 172.64.*.* what is the best way to block access to my Amazon EC2 instance? Is there a way to do this using security groups or ...
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AIX multihomed multicast

On my AIX machine if I run netstat -ia I get: Name Mtu Network Address Ipkts Ierrs Opkts Oerrs Coll en0 1500 link#2 1e.18.1.1e.78.2 385229 0 1091655 0 0 ...
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How to fairly share bandwidth between IPs with tc?

I have a linux router (d-link 320-nru) with tc installed. I have some users' computers to fairly share bandwidth between them. Also there is such complication as inconstant uplink bandwidth. How can ...
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Gentoo on VM setting IP Manually

I installed Gentoo on Virtualbox with the minimal image. This is the first time I am running gentoo. I need to do ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.10 route add default gw 192.168.0.1 everytime it boots on ...
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Find my computer on a LAN network

Let's say that I have a computer plugged in to a local network using a dhcp connection, so it will get a different IP every time. Is there a way to find this computer (so the IP) from a different ...
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Why are my two virtual machines getting the same IP address?

I have two virtual machines both running on a Linux host (Fedora 16). I set both adapters as attached to NAT. When I boot them up they both have their default gateway set to 10.0.2.2. They also ...
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tcpdump: “packets captured” vs “packets received by filter”

We have a script which calls tcpdump -v src host <IP address> and port <port number> >>out.txt 2>>err.txt -w capture.cap on multiple IP-s while the other parts of the script ...
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How can I get the address of my local machine?

I'm on a macbook running Lion. In Terminal I'm connected to my schools server with ssh. I navigated to a folder on the server and have a file I want to copy to my local machine, but I don't know what ...
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How to build a gateway from my Linux OS

I want to configure my Linux so that it will be used as a network router (gateway). Can anybody give me some hints on this? (links are welcome!)
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Static route in Centos 6

Here is my route -n output: Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 192.168.122.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 U 0 0 ...
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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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Should OpenVPN point to point tunnels be on different ports?

The OpenVPN cookbook shows an example for site-to-site VPN (3 sites). They configured each tunnel on a unique port: site A to site B: 1194 site A to site C: 1195 site B to site C: 1196 The author ...
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IP rule for IPv6

When I try to add an IP rule for IPv6 on my Linux system, it errors out: $ ip -6 rule add fwmark 0xfab lookup 0xf RTNETLINK answers: Address family not supported by protocol I checked out the IP ...
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script to scan ip range and return results in a certain format

This script scans IP's and returns a status of Up or Down. How can I alter it so it doesn't scan everything twice? As it sits it scans everything and returns the "Up" addresses only and then scans all ...
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Testing if a port was forwarded correctly in Ubuntu

I have a Ubuntu box connected to a wifi router. This wifi router is connected to a d-link adsl modem/router. I am preparing this Ubuntu box to run a server that will use some special ports in UDP and ...
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How does SSH connection survive a network restart?

From a Linux SSH shell, type /etc/init.d/network restart to restart the network service. I expect my SSH connection to die since the network service goes down. But it doesn't. Very cool. But how does ...
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ICMP destination unreachable

I am working on an Arch Linux machine with an ethernet interface eth1. I have created the interface eth1:0 using ifconfig and given it a dummy hardware address (00:01:02:03:04:05). When I send a UDP ...
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What's the last number in this ip address?

An IP address like this 223.248.0.0/24 or 223.248.0.0/16 What's the last number mean in the IP address (24 or 16 in the above example)? Is there a simple way to understand how to set the number ...
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How can I use one network port for VPN and the other for everything else?

My Linux machine has two network ports with two IP addresses. I want to use one port for my VPN and accounting, and the other port for other usages. How can I tell Linux not to allow any requests from ...
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What is the kernel doing when I bring a TUN/TAP interface up

I'm playing around with the TUN/TAP device on Linux. I've created a simple program that creates a TAP interface and prints anything that is sent through it. When I bring the interface up with ip link ...
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How can I know if IP Multicast is enabled

I have scripts that run IP multicast tests; however, my scripts are failing on a particular linux machine. I know that I can look at CONFIG_IP_MULTICAST in the kernel configuration file to determine ...
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Labeling/Aliasing multiple network addresses

If my machine is connected to several networks and configured with multiple addresses (ipv4), is it wise to configure and use labels to identify them ? By labels I mean the iproute2 ip command's ...
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iptrace for linux: how can I trace full packet contents?

I normally use iptrace on our AIX servers to get packet traces but have recently found out that this doesn't work for other 'nix systems - namely Centos. Does anyone know what the analog would be? ...
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Is it possible assigning an separate LAN IP to service/daemon?

I'm using pfsense for prioritizing traffic around LAN. It works well for specified port, IP, network, but I'm having a problem with torrent (transmission bittorrent) outbound connections. The outbound ...
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Detecting multihomed machine

Is there a way to reliably detect whether or not a machine is multi-homed? I'd like to be able to write a script that will return a true or false regarding that information.
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How to get netmask from bash?

I want to get my netmask on Linux. It is outputted with ifconfig but I want to extract the string.
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How to configure Linux to use DHCP or static IP depending on presence/absence of DHCP server?

I would like to configure a network interface to make use of DHCP if a DHCP server is present on the network during boot, but otherwise default to some default static IP address.
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How to deny rdesktop access to others?

Someone keeps trying to connect to my Ubuntu machine through remote desktop. Is there any way I can determine who it is, and permanently block access to my machine?
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show gateway IP address when performing ifconfig command

Currently, when using the ifconfig command, the following IP addresses are shown: own IP, broadcast and mask. Is there a way to show the related gateway IP address as well (on the same screen with ...
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How can I get my external IP address in bash?

I need to find my external IP address from a bash script. At the moment I use this function: myip () { lwp-request -o text checkip.dyndns.org | awk '{ print $NF }' } But it depends on ...
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Make some virtual MAC address

I want to make some virtual MAC addresses for my network adapter or wireless adapter, so I can connect to network with more than one IP address from one computer or laptop. How can I do it? (I know ...
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How to “grep -v” private/broadcast IPv4 addresses?

time nmap -n -iR 0 -sL | cut -d " " -f 5 | egrep -v "^10.*|^172.[16\-32].*|^192.168.*|^[224\-255].*" > RANDOM-IPS.txt so the important part is: egrep -v ...
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static ip to a freebsd server

I have Comcast cable <====> modem <===> router <===> freebsd server My freebsd server is connected to wireless router via a network cable. What I want to do is, to have a static ...
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How to filter IPv4 and IPv6 addresses?

echo "1.1.1.1" | awk '/[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*/ {print $1}' How can I filter IPv4 addresses in a script, and how can I filter IPv6 addresses. I mean more precisely then this so the oneliner ...
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Is it possible to use Internet Connection Sharing with DHCP?

I know it is possible to share an internet connection with another pc using ip-forwarding and masquerade. Is it possible to set up the sharing computer as a DHCP server, so the settings (ip, gateway, ...
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How to set a static IP in Ubuntu

How do I set my computer to have a static IP in Ubuntu 11.04? The only two lines in /etc/network/interfaces are: auto lo iface lo inet loopback I think usually when people do this they have a wired ...
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What tools do I need to intercept and change an incoming packet on a WP2-Personal wifi hub

Which tools should I research into to intercept a plain text packet, edit it and then continue it on it's way. I am using Ubuntu 11.04 and Backtrack 5; my wifi is WPA2-person encrypted. I need to edit ...
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Two IP addresses assigned to the same machine?

I seem to be using two IP addresses on my PC. I use DHCP to get an IP address and then I statically set an IP address and activate it. ifconfig says that I am using the address given by DHCP but I am ...
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How to generate random IP addresses

$ nmap -n -iR 0 -sL > RANDOM-IPS-TMP.txt $ grep -o "[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*\.[0-9]*" RANDOM-IPS-TMP.txt | egrep -v "10.*|172.[16-32].*|192.168.*|[224-255].*" > RANDOM-IPS.txt egrep: Invalid ...
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Running vim on a remote Linux machine “freezes” OS X SSH connection

(cross-posted this from SuperUser as the question seems more relevant to this audience) I am attempting to SSH to a Linux (Fedora 14) machine and then open up vim to edit a file, however on my new ...
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Understanding tcpdump output on a linux router

My router has an atm0 interface and a VLAN (atm0.1) interface, atm0.1 has the WAN IP address. When using tcpdump -i atm0, the packets captured are only outgoing packet (LAN to WAN). 05:34:19.504895 ...
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What is kernel ip forwarding?

I have seen on many blogs, using this command to enable IP forwarding while using many network security/sniffing tools on linux echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward Can anyone explain me in ...
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Wrong route taken on a network with two gateways [closed]

In the following output, why does vpn1 route pings to 10.100.0.1 instead of 10.100.0.112? 10.100.0.1 is a network gateway with no NAT; 10.100.0.112 is a dual-homed host with NAT enabled. root@vpn1:~# ...
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Can't access HTTP contents, but HTTPS and SSH are fine

I'm having a weired issue wih my Fedora 14 recently. Many details involed. Let's start from this: I've been using Fedora 14 for months, and recent few days, offten I can't access Internet for hours. ...
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How to set Internet Protocol properties using terminal?

When I set up a Virtual Machine with windows (using VMPlayer), I set the Network Connection properties from the VM settings from NAT to bridged. Then I proceed to set the following IP Properties in ...
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Port monitoring on GNU/Linux based NAT router

I am using a Ubuntu machine as a NAT router. How can I find out the following: the ports on which the LAN machines are listening or communicating (both tcp and udp); which local machines have ...
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Accessing a linux machine with a name (not ip address)

When I access a linux machine with sshfs, I take the following steps. Get the ip address of the linux (the ip address is dynamically allocated to linux) Run sshfs id@ip_address:/HOME_DIRECTORY Can ...
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Connect my laptop through desktop to internet

I'm currently at work and our wifi is down. I usually connect my desktop to the internet through eth0 and my laptop connects through wifi. I have an extra port on the back of the desktop (eth1) and ...
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Send duplicate packets over two Internet connections

I need to duplicate an RTP stream over two different (non-reliable) Internet connections. On the receiver side, I will probably run a custom program that will use a buffer and rebuild the stream ...
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Sniffing packets through router

I would like to create a system like this. The user would connect through a wifi network which would reroute all http requests and responses through the network card on a computer thus allowing that ...