Managing and using network connectivity on a unix system

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Can't ping first IP with dual NICs on different subnets with multiple gateways

I have two NICs assigned to a server. eth0 - 10.199.10.0/24 w/ a GW of 10.199.10.1 eth1 - 10.199.20.0/24 w/ a GW of 10.199.20.1 From my desktop, I can ping the IP assigned to each NIC just fine ...
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Networking looks OK, but does not work at all

I am trying to get networking to work on Sabayon X KDE Edition. I have configured wireless networking using the NetworkManager applet and networking looks OK. However, I can't connect to the ...
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Block Internet Connection through Terminal on OSX

Even though I don't have administrative privileges, can I block Internet connection on my Mac OS 10.8 machine, through the terminal? I want to do this because I am too lazy to disconnect ethernet ...
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Raspberry PI Connect2 Pi not installing required drivers

I recently got a RPi with different modules. One of them was a Connect2 Pi wireless dongle from LPRS, used to send 100 Mb data packages over the internet. It's basically an internet dongle. However, ...
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Computer recognizes wireless network but asks for password repeatedly

I have installed Mint 14 Xfce on a Dell XPS 400. I am using a Belkin F5D8010 wireless card. I got the .inf file from the Belkin website and installed it using the graphical ndiswrapper tool. The ...
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Wi-fi connection failing on Arch Linux

I' ve just installed Arch Linux on my computer, I have some problems: If I write # iwconfig The result is -bash: iwconfig: command not found the same is with ifconfig instead if I try with # ...
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targeted network speed over LAN

I have a Solaris 11 system which has several NFS exports which are accessed my other systems within my LAN. I use a Linux system as a client for testing. I wrote a quick script to test read speed and ...
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Does FreeBSD support network virtualization like Crossbow?

Does FreeBSD support network virtualization like Solaris Crossbow? I've tried to follow the VImage links from the FreeBSD wiki page, but the links are mostly dead. If VImage is no longer part of ...
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Creating alias to domain name with /etc/hosts

I have a domain setup to point to my LAN's external IP using dynamic DNS, because my external IP address changes frequently. However, I want to create an alias to this host, so I can access it with ...
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qemu - two clients (tap0 & tap1) via br0 can't ping eachother but server pings ok

I've got: A host system running Ubuntu with KVM (functional) Two clients, one Ubuntu and one Windows 7, nothing fancy. I've also setup (see below) a bridge via br0 for the clients: br0: ...
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Assigning IP address to environment variable [duplicate]

How can I assign the IP address of eth0 to an environment variable, say $ip, as easily as possible? Update: Distro is Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS.
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full-featured WLAN USB adaptor

I am searching for a WLAN USB adaptor that can be used as an Access Point as well as a mere client and in an AdHoc setup. It should support IEEE 802.11n and transmit rather fast (300Mbps). As I ...
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“Waiting for network configuration” upon boot

When I boot, I get the error message waiting for network configuration, then waiting an additional 60 seconds for network configuration. I had edited /etc/network/interfaces file before the above ...
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Huawei E303 internet key with Linux CentOS?

Are there any programmes, downloads, patches, drivers available to use a Huawei E303 Internet Key in CentOS?
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Networking with Linux and Windows 7 using Samba

I've installed Samba on my Arch Linux, and I wanted to share files with Windows 7 on other PC via local network. I want it to work both ways, i.e. Windows can read and write freely without any ...
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Using Metasploit with 3G USB modem

I have a computer with Linux BackTrack 5 as host and Windows XP as guest on virtual box. I am using Host-Only-Adapter to create virtual LAN and to share USB modem internet as well so that both host ...
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Monitor single process to logfile perodicly

Based on this question, I would like to log the performance of a specific process, with a frequency of say one second, to a csv (comma separated value) log file. Something like: ...
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creating virtual interface for remote network interface

I have to create virtual interface for control plane algorithms for layer 2 protocol algos..... Scenarios is somewhat like this.... Control plane will be executing on Centralised card executing ...
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Why do the members of a bridge lose their Ip address?

I have created a bridge using to existing network interfaces: $ brctl addif br0 eth1 $ brctl addif br0 eth2 Why do eth1 and eth2 lose their IP addresses? What's the reasoning behind it? PS this is ...
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Host reachable via SSH from my desktop but not my laptop

I try to use ssh to log in to a remote host. This works for my Ubuntu desktop, however, it fails from my Fedora 14 laptop. The failure means after I type ssh username@host and pressed Enter, ...
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Linux always send ICMP redirect

I have several Debian Squeeze (6.0.6 up to date) used as routers. When a link is down, they send ICMP redirects to local hosts. This is the default behaviour of Debian and several others. So once the ...
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directions about customized Layer 2 implementation in linux

I have some machines running on the same network. One node is the control node which distributes traffic coming to it to the other nodes. The thing is that I want to have a custom protocol header ...
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Static IP address shifting to 192.168.1.251

I have a system with a static IP address of 192.168.1.150. I configured /etc/network/interfaces manually (i.e. without using NetworkManager.) It is a web server hosting three sites. I am having ...
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How to access a machine behind a restricted NAT gateway I don't manage?

I have a linux machine that I'd like to be able to access remotely for SSH, FTP, HTTP, and so forth. I signed up for Dynamic DNS with No-IP.com, but this isn't adequate because I am on a college ...
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How to stop telnet access for a particular IP address?

How can I stop telnet access for a particular IP address on the command line?
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How to copy a partition over network

I want to copy a Windows 7 partition that came installed on my laptop to my desktop computer. I've tried: # bzip2 -c /dev/sda5 | nc 192.168.1.1 2222 # on laptop # nc -l 2222 | bzip2 -d > ...
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Gigabit network connection in Ubuntu issue with new hardware

Probably its typical issue, but I couldn’t found the answer. Sometime ago I had mini-ITX server worked on ZOTAC IONITX-G-E. It was managed by Ubuntu 10.10. I setuped Gigabit network with this server. ...
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Network interface preference

How does Linux determine which network interface to use, when both are connected to the same network? Note that this isn't a question on routing. I'm familiar with how that works. This is if, say, I ...
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Centos 6.3 can't resolve hostname of network drive while others can

I have a network drive (external network) being used as media storage for a media server running on my router. I'm trying to switch the media server to my Centos 6.3 machine so I can take advantage of ...
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How can I find which process sends data to a specific port?

I have a service, keeping a certain port open. I'm getting data to it, that I neither expect nor want to get, and I'm trying to pin-point the source of this data. So how can I find which process that ...
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eth0 not getting disabled after setting up br0 interface

On debian squeeze, I setup a bridge based on eth0. My /etc/network/interfaces is # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface #allow-hotplug eth1 ...
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Excessive retransmissions on Ethernet

The CSMA/CA variants of Ethernet handle excessive failed transmissions due to repeated collisions by dropping the current frame and relying on upper layers for retransmissions: After 16 attempts ...
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Madwimax: modem connecting but no internet

I'm using the madwimax package to connect a Samsung USB modem to the internet. It has worked well before, on previous versions of Ubuntu, but now that I upgraded to Ubuntu 12.10 I have had problems ...
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“PING” an AP to see if it's alive? (Before associate with it)

I would like to detect if a certain AP address is alive, i.e. by "PING" its SSID or MAC address (both known). What program can I use to achieve that? I'm making a simple script that run as root. (I ...
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Debian 6 internet problem: ifconfig doesn't show eth0

I just installed 64-bit Debian 6.06 on my ASUS K53S machine and internet is not working... Wireless is working fine. NetworkManager is doesn't show any wired connections and ifconfig in the terminal ...
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Can I set up linux to accept a dial up connection from my old windows95 laptop?

I've got a really old laptop running Windows 95, and I'd like to be able to connect it to my home network. It doesn't have an ethernet jack, nor a usb port. It does have an internal dial up modem ...
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How can I monitor all outgoing requests/connections from my machine?

My machine is a server so I want to ignore connections being made to my server (e.g. when someone visits my website). I want to see only connections/requests being made by my server to other places. ...
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Monitoring HTTPS traffic using tcpflow

I would like to use tcpflow to monitor https requests. I have read tutorials on how to monitor http traffic but when I connect to a host using https the output is garbled. I am using tcpflow in the ...
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Problem with path MTU discovery over pppd

I'm having an issue with pppd doing PPPoE on CentOS 6.3. The CentOS system is a dedicated router/gateway which performs NAT (both directions) and various packet filtering. It has separate NICs for ...
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redirect web server with no-ip and port forwarding in livebox

I want my Apache web server running on a Livebox (home router appliance running Linux) to be accessible from the Internet (WAN). I installed and configured the application noip2 on my Ubuntu PC. ...
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lts is there a way to enable sleep mode and wake on lan?

I was wondering if it were posible to make my server go to sleep after a set period of time, but still be listening for lan requests. I use my server as a media server that might get used 3 or 4 hours ...
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Connecting Debian webserver to network

I am currently running a webserver with Debian 5.0.2. It has been working (more or less) fine for the past 2-3 years but recently it went down due to some power-outage. Ever since I have brought it ...
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Check if the residence's connection has internet access

I'd like to be able to test if I have access to the internet. My computer is connected to the residence internet connection. I thought of using ping like this: ping -q -w 1 -c 1 `ip r | grep default ...
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What's the easiest way to find an unused local port?

What's the easiest way to find an unused local port? Currently I'm using something similar to this: port=$RANDOM quit=0 while [ "$quit" -ne 1 ]; do netstat -a | grep $port >> /dev/null if ...
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Terminal server (ser2net) to configure new HP procurve switch

Switch: HP ProCurve 2910AL-48G - J9147A This switch is brand new straight from HP. Anyone familiar with ser2net for creating a terminal server to connect from usb>serial>console port on a HP ...
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Is there a faster interface for info from /proc/net/tcp?

Given a linux TCP socket's inode (obtained via /proc/<pid>/fd), is there a faster way to look up the information that I can get from /proc/net/tcp about this socket? I have written a ...
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CentOS 6 - nameserver entry in resolve.conf resetting after restarting network services?

In /etc/resolv.conf, I've changed the nameserver line to a new IP address. After saving and exiting, I run service network restart. I then go open /etc/resolve.conf again and see that the IP address ...
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Connecting to wireless router

According to this manual I tried: $ iwconfig lo no wireless extensions. eth1 IEEE 802.11bg ESSID:"g\xC6isQ\xFFJ\xEC)\xCD\xBA\xAB\xF2\xFB\xE3F|\xC2T\xF8\x1B\xE8\xE7\x8DvZ.c3\x9F\xC9\x9A" ...
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Setting mobile broadband connection in Fedora 17

I am using a Dell Precision M4500. I've realized that there is a SIM slot underneath the battery slot, I suppose it is for using mobile broadband access. I am usually connecting to the internet ...
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No network connection in CentOS 6.3 Minimal under VMWare Player

I'm trying to replicate in VMWare Player the exact same conditions I have under my Dedicated Server for testing purposes. Now, the thing is that that when I try to install something, or ping ...