A route is the path through the network packets take in order to reach their destinations. The route command lets the user view and modify the IP routing table

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Restoring default ip rule

I accidentally issued ip rule flush, now the default ip rule are all gone, which is, 32766: from all lookup main 32767: from all lookup default Anyone know how to add them back?
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With two interfaces, how can I make one the default route and the other an alternate?

I have wired connection to intranet / lan of my work (with proxy) and one wireless without proxy that doesn't have access to the office lan. (Like Guest Wifi) My idea is to route all traffic to eth0 ...
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Route SSH to host through interface

Is it possible to route all outgoing requests for SSH (port 22) to mydynamicdns.afraid.org via wlan0 instead of eth0 when both are connected? Since my IP is dynamic, I would like to use a name ...
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How do I route traffic through specific interface for a specific process

I have a script that runs from cron every 15 minutes. The script is meant to ping my DNS server to update a dynamically changing IP. I want this script to ping through the wlan interface and not the ...
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Only routing certain traffic through VPN

I have a central development server, running a VPN server, and a couple clients that need to connect to it. The server is running Apache, but is only accepting local requests (only listening on ...
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Packets not received by TUN device

I created a TUN device(nat64) and created a route so that all the required packets are forwarded to the TUN device from an eth device. But, I see that many packets are not received by the TUN device. ...
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Point IP to an application instance

I was just wondering how I go about pointing a static IP address which I have purchased to an application instance on my server, using a different IP from the one I currently have pointing to my main ...
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Change routes for VPN

I need to use for some things a cisco VPN connection, but I don't want to route all my trafic over the VPN but only that traffic, that is send to a specific network. How does a script look like, that ...
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iptables --set-mark - Route diferent ports through different interfaces

Short story, 3 interfaces, eth0 (LAN), eth1(ADSL), eth2(4G). eth0 -> eth1: Works (ports 80, 443, 4070) eth0 -> eth2: Doesn't happen This is a graphical representation of the idea: Port 80 & ...
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What is the GNU/Linux equivalent of BSD's “route get …”?

The BSD route command has a feature that will show what route will be selected for a given host. For example: /Users/mhaase $ route get google.com route to: iad23s07-in-f8.1e100.net destination: ...
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iptables forwarding and routing

In fact, this question is about openwrt and CoovaAP, but I guess it's the same in other linux distributions. I've two interfaces, a "wan" and a "wlan" interface. Is there by default any filter, ...
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Route VPN traffic through socks proxy [closed]

There is no way to set proxy on an unrooted Android, but there is an option to connect to VPN. In my network VPN connection is not allowed! so I am looking for a way to run a local VPN server on my ...
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system wide SOCKS5 Proxy

I connect to my Server on the internet using ssh -D 3128 user@rootserver.com. If I am right I thereby open a SOCKS v5 Proxy to my Server. Using firefox and FoxyProxy I can now add this to my proxys ...
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Route VPN gateway traffic via tun0 instead of normal gateway

On my Linux box, I have a tun0 interface by IPIP tunnel like: tun0 Link encap:IPIP Tunnel HWaddr inet addr:10.10.10.2 P-t-P:10.10.10.1 Mask:255.255.255.255 and I running an ...
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Route and “e” flag

k# route -6 Destination Next Hop Flag Met Ref Use If ::/0 fe80::8001 UGDAe 1024 0 0 eth0 [...] What does flag "e" mean?
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how to ping & use specific network card

i have 3 network cards , 1 Lan (wired) , 1 wireless network card & 1 is wireless usb how do i ping from specific network card ? & how do i use specific network card for specific ...
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how to set what route would be added when bringing interface up

I have one two interfaces on one machine, one is the Internet connection that get its IP from a DHCP, no problem. The other interface (eth1) is to local machines, and it has the gateway 192.168.3.1 ...