Managing and using network connectivity on a unix system

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Laptop connected to wifi but no internet

For some reason my wifi has decided to stop working. I can connect to APs, I can have excellent signal strength, but I can't actually load any web pages or ping anything. I know it's my laptop because ...
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Creating an open wifi acess point for April Fool's Day which I want the client can only visit the login/splash page, but not working

I bought a Hiwifi J2 (Chinese) router, and sysupgraded to OpenWrt (not official version, but a patched version based on OpenWrt Barrier Breaker: https://github.com/rssnsj/openwrt-hc5761). Then ...
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On a router, what decides if a packet should be forwarded or directed into the router itself?

I'm trying to learn how packet routing works on a linux-based router (OpenWRT in my case) a bit better for setting up a few projects/just-learning. Referencing the below chart, I'll break this into ...
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/opt partition not mounting in DD-WRT v24-sp2

I'm facing problems trying to install optware packages on a TP-Link TL-WR841n v8 running DD-WRT v24-sp2 (4MB flash, 32MB RAM). I did the following through telnet: nvram set jffs_mounted=1 nvram set ...
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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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Apple Home Sharing on a Linux machine

Is it possible to share a directory with media files to an Apple TV (Gen 2 & 3) using Home Sharing on a Linux machine? I've found some solutions suggesting DAAP but none of them seems to be for ...
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Is it possible to have multiple virtual machines with the same (guest) ip on the same host?

What I try to achieve: Multiple virtual machines (virtualbox) on a Debian host which communicate with another server (not with each other or the host). All VMs need to have the same static network ...
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Why does scp not show true upload speed?

Every time I'm trying to upload a file using scp on my slow upload connection (~100kb/s), it shows something like : test 27% 2208KB 2.2MB/s 00:02 ETA On the first ...
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how to automate creating firewall rules?

There is a complex live system - few vlans. In each of them there are linux servers, and on every server there are services. Services connect together - for example service http on host A connect to ...
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Can't access my apache server from outside LAN (Raspberry Pi)

I know this question was asked a lot, but unfortunately none of the posts really helped.. I'm trying to set up an Apache server on my Raspberry Pi. I managed to set it up correctly I think, but I ...
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How to tar, split, pipe, untar over ssh

I'm copying large files over LAN, and I've noticed that with doing one ssh pipe, I can get around 10MB/s transfer speed. However, if I shoot off four of those at the same time, I get around 40MB/s ...
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How do you create an ip alias using iproute utils?

While reading the O'Reilley book on Apache Web Server, they gave an example on using ifconfig to set ip aliases on an interface: ifconfig ep0 192.168.123.2 ifconfig ep0 192.168.123.3 alias netmask ...
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Why is my DAD slow?

The last few boots of my Arch Linux, I noticed I had no network access. I'm using a netctl profile to give my adapter a static IPv4 address, which by itself works fine. So I had a look at the logs, ...
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What is a hotplug event from the interface?

According to Debian Network setup document allow-hotplug <interface_name> stanza in /etc/network/interfaces file starts an interface when the kernel detects a hotplug event from the interface. ...
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Connect through different interfaces to the same server

i have two pppoe interfaces - ppp0 and ppp1. I would like to reach the same server on both interface. I added the desired ip address to the route table: route add 10.88.40.13 ppp0 And I could ...
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One-liner for getting an IP address of an internal DNS name?

I have an internal DNS name for which I'd like to get the IP address. Is there a nice Bash one-liner I can issue to convert internalip1.mydomain.com into 10.10.10.10?
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How can I configure multiple tap interfaces for a single KVM virtual machine

I am trying to setup a VM using Linux KVM for a F5 BIG-IP VE deployment (used in a lab) ...
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Transport keyboard/mouse events to a keyboard/mouse-less remote host

I want to send keyboard and mouse events from a small ARMv7 computer board to a remote one, which has no keyboard nor mouse. I'm planning to send these events on a locally implemented CAN bus. The ...
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I need dhclient to flush IP address/routes when link goes down

I am running one Ubuntu Server 14.04 with network configuration using /etc/network/interfaces and so ifup/ifdown scripts. I realised that if I configure one interface in DHCP mode, then I unplug the ...
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How do I run a program without network access? [duplicate]

I am making a program that scrapes information from some web services. I want to test how my program reacts when it can't reach the web service, like if the web service is down or if the local ...
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how do I disable the firewall through YaST?

The fine manual states: The Start-Up section defines how your firewall will start. You can either have the firewall start automatically when booting (recommended), or you can set the firewall ...
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what is “rfc3442-classless-static-routes” in /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf

I am trying to debug DHCP on my laptop (I am using dhcping and dhcdump to see what the DHCP server sends back). Following is my /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf. option rfc3442-classless-static-routes code ...
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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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can't connect to remote host with MySQL…firewall problem?

I've granted privileges to thufir for remote access through the shell (correct?), but cannot seem to actually connect. The router firewall has SPI to off. I've disable the IPv6 firewall on the ...
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WiFi only connects to my router, not to any other access point

I have a Raspberry Pi 2 with a WiFi USB dongle. I don't know the brand or model, I got it for free with my Xtreamer Mk1 in 2009. My Windows 7 PC installs some generic Realtek RTL8191SU WLAN adapter ...
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eth0/usb0 bridge breaks after removal and replacing android phone

I'd like some help with a networking bridge issue I've run into. I'm trying to make a bridge with eth0 and usb0 (my android phone). After running the brctl commands the bridge works wonderfully. But ...
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shared filesystem with offline access

I would like a shared filesystem with offline access. I have two machines. One is a light laptop with a small amount of SSD storage that I carry with me. The other is a stay-at-home computer with much ...
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Test for open TCP port in bash script

I want to delay the script execution until a certain server process is ready, which it is once it accepts incoming TCP connections. How do I test if a local TCP port is open (I get a SYN/ACK answer)? ...
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Using bash's `/dev/udp`, how would I know if the port was open?

I do not have access to netcat or nmap so I'm trying to use bash and the /dev/udp/ special files to test ports. I could do something like: echo "" > /dev/udp/example.com/8000 But $? is always 0 ...
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Dropped connections with b43 driver using Broadcom BCM43228 wireless chip on Arch Linux

I managed to get my wireless working with the b43-firmware package in the AUR and for at least a month it worked perfectly. However, recently the internet connection has been dropping out. I'm ...
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Fair traffic classification using TC

I want to apply a qdisc I developed on myself (quite similar to netem. Think netem.) to several IP-addresses using the filter classifier. No problem this far, I could do so using the prio qdisc or HTB ...
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Make docker containers accessible via vpn

I have three physical machine A, B, C, each of them has docker installed. I want to install openvpn server on machine A, and install openvpn client on B and C. B and C will connect to A. I want to ...
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how to set a route and firewall for a static ip

These directions on setting the static ip address for vicidial seem at once very specific and overly broad: Type 'yast lan' and press ENTER Optionally, you can type 'yast' and navigate to 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 does tcp communicate back to the application? [closed]

Are there standard sytem calls to send data to TCP? And back? How does TCP tell the application to send more or less?
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how do I set a hostname in yast?

how do I set the hostname, FQDN, in yast? I ran yast => network devices => network services => hostname/DNS: YaST2 - lan @ arrakis Network Settings ...
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How do I limit inbound and outbound bandwidth to and from a specific host on CentOS

As the title says, I am trying to limit inbound and outbound bandwidth to and from a specific host on CentOS. The reason is that this host consistently uses a large amount of bandwidth and this needs ...
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mknfsmnt fails with “System call error number -1”

This system is part of a cluster and the other node mounts the nfs share successfully. This is currently the active node which means it has a secondary service ip address. I think this is related to ...
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Understanding why such a discrepancy in network transfer?

Summary: I can't understand a peculiar discrepancy in network transfer. Why is there such a discrepancy in syncing from one machine to the other and vice versa? Also: Given the maximum network ...
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Why can `lsof -i` not show an open connection which `netstat -n` lists?

A strange situation. I started telnet 0 8081 and lsof -i (run under root) doesn't list this connection, but netstat -n does. Why can this be?
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Trickle not behaving as expected

I'm using Ubuntu Trusty 14.04 64 bits. I've installed trickle network shaper from repositories and I performed some tests: No limits I executed this command to test somehow my network download ...
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Sending messages to another user over network

This one is similar to Sending messages to another user except that I want to accept messages over network. If there is a way to just unblock the port to receive messages, that would be fine. If ...
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Local system doesn't forward to intended port defined in OpenShift proxy app

I've set up a proxy server via OpenShift based on this tutorial and used a few days by forwarding my local system's ports to remote app's ports: $ rhc port-forward AppName The result in the proper ...
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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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Is it possible to add some 'PXE Network Boot' option to GRUB?

This is an example of my available GRUB menu boot options: 1 menu label ^ 1) Xubuntu 14.04.02 LTS 2 menu label ^ 2) Windows 7, x86 & AMD64 3 menu label ^ 3) Windows 8, ...
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Ip route: Routing with two interfaces (only one connected to Internet)

I have this problem: I have a laptop with WiFi and eth. The WiFi is connected to the internet and has the following config: 192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.1 as gateway The eth is connected in this way ...
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All packets after the first one on tun0 are dropped

I'm trying to run the Aventail VPN 10.7.1.449, and it doesn't work since every packet after the first one is getting dropped: tun0 Link encap:UNSPEC HWaddr ...
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Shell Scripting: Proper way to check for internet connectivity?

I found scripts that say they check for internet connectivity. Some check the ip address if the interface is connected BUT it does not check for internet connectivity. I found some that uses ping like ...
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Missing network list in menubar after using airmon-ng

After using airmon-ng in kali linux the list of available networks is missing in the menu bar at the top. Can anyone please tell me how to "reactivate" it? When i use iwconfig it shows up an entry ...