Managing and using network connectivity on a unix system

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Unable to reach network from chroot

I have a complicated scenario, with most of the complicated parts working: SD card contains a Fedora 23 Raspberry Pi install on a LUKS/BTRFS filesystem. Fedora 23 x86-64 VM being used to manage the ...
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how to configure a linux machine to broadcast the incoming traffic

I want to configure a linux machine so that it can broadcast all the traffic received by it to other linux machine (in this case the connected nodes). Can someone help ?
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Which process sent data out of my computer?

Using vnstat, I observed a lot of uploaded data from my computer and I don't know which process sent data out of my computer. Is there a tool to get stats on how much data a process consumed during a ...
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How can I auto-close dropped SSH connections?

When I work on my server remotely, sometimes my SSH connections get dropped due to network issues. When I re-connect to my server, the dropped sessions remain open. I can see them when I run w. I'm ...
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Cloned system + network interfaces

I'm currently in a little bit of a pickle. I've made an image of my system and I have given it to someone to run. They have successfully flushed their system with the image and are running it. The ...
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Resolve NetBIOS Names via Samba 4.4

Through StackExchange, we knew how to configure Linux to resolve NetBIOS names, and I have configured my system in those ways. (I have installed winbind, configured my /etc/nsswitch.conf correctly and ...
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Trouble Creating Virtual_IP for PaceMaker + Corosync - CentOS 7

Ok so I have gotten fairly far into the configuration successfully, the two nodes have authenticated each other and all is well, but when I try to add the virtual_ip it never starts. What i've used ...
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How go generate a valid and random MAC address?

You probably know that MAC address can be generated, for instance, in the following way: macaddr=$(dd if=/dev/random bs=1024 count=1 2>/dev/null|md5sum|sed ...
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how to change all the hostnames reported by hostname --all-fqdns?

Running hostname -A reports two host names: an incorrect one that doesn't even resolve to my server and a correct one. $ hostname -A notmyhostname.notmydomain.com myhostname.mydomain.com The ...
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Can't ssh into my server from another computer

I used to be able to ssh into my server from other computers. But I stupidly messed up my remote connection setup a couple weeks back (I don't remember what I did...) and now I can't ssh into my ...
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WPA supplicant dropping/disconnecting NIC in hotel wifi

TL;DR WPA Supplicant intermittently fails on my Raspberry Pi 3 when using a USB Wifi dongle. It appears to do this when "reconnecting" to or changing access points in the hotel. WPA GUI states: ...
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How do I configure Docker containers to have unique IP addresses that are not the default ones?

How do I configure Docker containers to have unique IP addresses that are not the default ones? The Docker containers will run Apache or some web service. These Docker containers will share one host ...
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How do I get Consul to work so I can get Docker Overlay to work?

I am running CentOS 7 with Docker. I am trying to install Consul on the Docker server. Consul is unzipped. The binary file works for showing the version. I ran this: echo $CONSUL_RPC_ADDR This ...
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Unprotected Windows Shares Still Requiring Password in Linux Mint

I am trying to access my windows shares from linux mint. I have 2 windows computers (both Win 10) and my laptop on Linux Mint. My office PC is password protected and can access those files from my ...
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The domain and search options in resolv.conf [duplicate]

Let's say you have a resolv.conf file that's something like this. nameserver 192.168.0.7 nameserver 192.168.0.8 domain somedomain.local Then let's say you just changed it to this. nameserver ...
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Home directory does not mount on kernel update

My home directory will not mount on booting with new linux kernel. Previously, my home directory has been mounted automatically from a network device. I updated my kernel to 4.6.0 from the git ...
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What does TCPRcvCoalesce, TCPAutoCorking and TCPHystartTrainCwnd in netstat mean?

We have some RHEL7 Apache reverse proxies that experienced a performance degradation event. After a few hours, restarting Apache restored performance to normal levels. We are trying to determine the ...
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Basic network via command line

I am using Fedora 23. Using the file explorer I "found" this page It shows where I can access other networks, I can click on them, and log in... My questions is: Is there an equivalent place ...
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service network fail [closed]

I was trying to make my IP static on CentOS but I got this error. I tried restarting the network etc but I get the same problem. At this point I am very confused because I have a long time without ...
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Protection of peripheral and core network [closed]

What is the best way to protect core network and peripheral network? What are the best practices and technologies used in banking industry and healthcare industry?
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How can I find out the ownership of a tap interface?

I can set up a persistent Linux tap interface and make it owned by a specific user and group with one of these: tunctl -u someuser -g somegroup -t example.tap ip tuntap add dev example.tap mode tap ...
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How to know which ports are listened by certain PID?

I have a PID of certain process listening some port(s) on my OS X and I need to know which port(s) is listened by this process. How can I do it? I know I can use lsof to know which process is ...
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Bridge 2 wifi connections

I have set up Ubuntu desktop on my laptop with an internal wifi card and an external USB WiFi dongle. Both WiFi interfaces work. I'd like to make one into an access point, and the other into the ...
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iptables forward all traffic to 2 different interfaces

I'm currently using dnsmasq to create a small Debian box as a DHCP and DNS cache server. Until today, I had just 2 interfaces (eth0, eth1). One connected to my WAN (eth0) and one connected to my LAN ...
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Debian Stretch - WiFi issues with BCM43143 (Gets ip then disconnects)

I've fixed up an old ITX desktop that I was given and am running a headless Debian install on it. To install I used the minimal install for Debian Jessie then I proceeded to install nginx, samba and ...
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Unknown bridge gets recreated after reboot on Ubuntu 15.04@VMWare

I am running Ubuntu 15.04 on VMWare. For the last couple of days I have the issue that I have a "magic" network bridge: I never created this bridge and therefore I tried to delete it with the ...
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How to check which network interface is active and providing internet?

ip link show 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN mode DEFAULT link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00 2: eno1: ...
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Why would all our CLOSE_WAIT connections have 24 bytes in the receive queue?

We have an Apache reverse proxy that is having connectivity issues with the back-end. This results in timeout errors such as this: [Thu Apr 21 12:12:26.031207 2016] [proxy_http:error] [pid 64620:tid ...
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Ubuntu Server 15.10 doesn't recognize internet card

I just installed ubuntu server (the installer connected to the internet with no troubles), and I cannot get it to connect wirelessly to the internet. I've googled to no avail, as there is no ethX ...
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Can login and browse in shares on samba server, can not access files

I´m pretty new to Linux so I've been having a hard time fixing this. Running the latest version of Mint. The files are stored on an auto-mounted NTFS partition. I can access the share, I can ...
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IPSEC help using Strongswan on CENTOS 6.6

I have been tasked with setting up an IPSEC tunnel to our remote data provider. They require my Phase 2 traffic to be PAT'd behind a public address. I am using strongswan 5.3.2 on CentOS 6.6 on a ...
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Linux machine is not detecting network card

I have a machine with CentOS 6.5 installed. The machine works fine everyday, but sometimes when I reboot the machine, then the NIC doesn't detect. When I use the command ifup eth2 then it shows the ...
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How to track my public IP address in a log file?

I'd like to save my public IP address to a log file so I can use them to exclude my own visit to my websites in the stats collections. At the moment I can see my actual public IP ...
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How can I repeatedly send the contents of a file via socat / ncat to a socket

I'm running some performance testing, and I'm trying to send the same file repeatedly to a socket. If I do something like: $ socat -b1048576 -u OPEN:/dev/zero TCP4-LISTEN:9899,reuseaddr,fork $ ...
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ALG IPSEC and RSTP

I have linux 3.18. my Linux is installet on a router. in this router I activate a NAT from the wan side. Does this Linux support ALG of IPSEC and RSTP ?
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Allowing GRUB to access network in BIOS mode

I want grub to fetch some configuration via tftp/http. Using efi I can do insmod efinet and net_ls_cards will list my network cards which I can configure and use. Using PXE in BIOS/legacy mode ...
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Are IPv6 link-local addresses assigned by the kernel or by a userspace program

When IPv6 is enabled for an interface, it will get a link-local address assigned automatically based on the MAC of the network interface. But who assigns this address? Is it done in the kernel, or by ...
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how to mute an IP stack?

is there any way to mute a network connected device running Linux so that it receives every message targeted on its IP but not sends anything even Acks? or in my case is there anyway to assign same IP ...
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Using dual connection for separate app [duplicate]

My Mint 17 has 2 connections (wired and wireless), when both connected by default the wired is used, what I want to do is keep wireless for file download and general Internet usage, and use the Wired ...
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Force an application to use a specific connection

So my Mint 17 has 2 connections (wired and wireless) when both connected by default the wired is used, what I want to do is keep wireless for file download and general Internet usage, and use the ...
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Raspbian Jessie: /etc/network/interfaces doesn't apply inet6 address. How to diagnose?

I'm experiencing a strange issue, and I don't really know how to diagnose it, or how to fix it. My problem is, that the static ipv6 assignment that used to work suddenly isn't applied any more at ...
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Connect to guest vm (no wifi driver) from machines on same wireless network as the host machine?

I have my host os with proper wifi drivers that connects to my router. I run a NixOs VM (no wifi driver) as guest. I setup some configs in NixOS and it now has many binary caches that I want to share ...
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Block incoming port

I installed LabView on a Scientific Linux 6 machine and promptly got a message from our security officer, stating that the port 3580 is open and listening and that this is a security issue. ...
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RHEL Network Interface not restarting

RHEL 5.11 I run the restart command: /etc/init.d/networking restart Then it just sits there until I have to force quit: 15:09:11 # /etc/init.d/network restart Shutting down interface bond0: ...
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pcfl - Allow ssh for an specific IP

I'm working with pfctl on Mac OS X. Im trying to make a policy/anchor what blocks SSH for ALL ips, minus specific ip. I try this: pass in on fxp0 proto tcp from any to any port < 22 flags S/SA ...
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Not all traffic routed through openconnect VPN

I'm trying to connect to a VPN network using openconnect with the following command: sudo openconnect -s /etc/vpnc/vpnc-script SERVER I manage to connect to the VPN, so that I can connect to PCs in ...
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Meaning of address and route scope

I've been searching information concerning the meaning of scopes both in addresses and routes but I don't understand the documentation I've read so far. This is what I've been reading: man 8 ip ...
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Detect automatically a network interface for each one in Solaris 11 [closed]

I'm working currently in a shell script to monitor a Solaris system. The main purpose of the script is show info like: Memory, Network, etc. In the Network part, it will show info like arp table, ...
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Solaris 10 - changing default gateway and netmask

We have a Sunfire V240 server with Solaris 10,I need to change the subnetmask and gateway. I was able to change the subnetmask and gateway by editing the files /etc/subnetmasks and ...
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Wifi can't connect - QCA9377 (168c:0042 rev 30) on arch linux

I have an Acer R11 that came with an Atheros wifi chip. QCA9377 / 168c:0042 (rev 30). After much googling, forum browsing, and general anger, I'm posting here. I am unable to connect to a wireless ...