Routing (in IP-based networks) is the process of selecting paths in a network along which to send network traffic.

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Multiple VPN connetions, routing based on country

I want to set up a couple of VPN connections to two different countries, A and B, on my Ubuntu Server. Then I would like to set up rules based on GeoIP to determine which VPN connection should be used ...
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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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use iptables to allow incoming connections to some computer on port XYZ?

This is what I have: iptables -i em1 -A INPUT -j ACCEPT -p tcp --dport 9001 -v. If I want to accept incoming connections on port 9001 at this (127.0.0.1, or on the network 192.168.1.143) address, ...
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Find connections per ip on an OpenWRT router?

How can I list the number of connections per client on the FORWARD chain of an OpenWRT router? I know how to list the number of connections per IP address on the router: netstat -ntu | tail -n +3 | ...
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Limit the max connections per IP using OpenWRT?

Would the following iptables command on an OpenWRT router assure that no one client has more than 50 active connections? $ iptables -I FORWARD -m connlimit --connlimit-above 50 -j REJECT ...
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Connect through different interfaces to the same server (SO_BINDTODEVICE): Destination Host Unreachable

I have 2 interfaces: eth0 and wlan0, each one connected to a different router. Their network specs are these: eth0: ip: 192.168.1.7 Gateway: 192.168.1.1 Submask: 255.255.255.0 wlan0: ...
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How do I apply iptables SNAT to packets bound for localhost (INPUT chain)?

I'm setting up a host that has two routes to the public internet: one via my run-of-the-mill home gateway router, the other via a gateway router on a semi-private network (AMPRNet on 44.0.0.0/8). Most ...
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Mark packets between machines (client and router)?

Can I mark a packet on the client's OUTPUT chain and add an iproute policy on the router to route them via a specific gateway? This what I tried to do, but it isn't working. My client's mangle table ...
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How do I route different users over different OpenVPN tunnels in Linux?

The setup: I have multiple, static-key OpenVPN client/server configurations, labeled "client1", "client2", and "client3" with server/client IPs 10.10.1.1/10.10.1.2, 10.10.2.1/10.10.2.2, and ...
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Routing using second interface

I've got a machine I control running Ubuntu 12.10. I'm on a network that will only allow me to have one device connected. I've also got a USB ethernet adapter. I'd like to create a private network ...
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Allow IP packet forwarding from LAN to modem via router

In short: I'd like to be able to telnet to my modem from my PC via my router. There is a simple home router on 192.168.33.1. It is running OpenWrt. It has the following interfaces defined: br-lan ...
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How to setup DHCPD on two interfaces (Angstrom)

I have an embedded system running Angstrom just fine. This platform has multiple uses, one of which is to act as a home router, so it has wireless and wired network interfaces, which work correctly. ...
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Routing in OpenVPN between a private network and a client

I'm trying to setup OpenVPN between a private network and home clients that connect to it. (The clients don't need to connect to each other). The network topology is a little interesting. There is a ...
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Static routes in HP-UX

I need to set static route in HP-UX. I edited /etc/rc.config.d/netconf file and added new entry for my route: ROUTE_DESTINATION[1]="10.105.2.0" ROUTE_MASK[1]="255.255.255.0" ...
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Separate Network Traffic on Two Network Interfaces

I am not an R&S professional, so much of that realm of computing escapes me. Could you lend your expertise in helping understand how to go about configuring the separation of network traffic on ...
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Why is my traceroute hitting the wrong gateway?

What "Should" Happen I want traffic to Google to go through en0 (Mac) and hit gateway A (let's say IP = 123.456.789.000). I have another route setup for en3 and I don't want to mess with that. Tried: ...
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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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Routing traffic for specific user to specific interface

I have a Linux box with these interfaces: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 14:da:e9:ef:75:7d inet addr:176.9.85.182 Bcast:176.9.85.191 Mask:255.255.255.224 tun0 Link encap:UNSPEC ...
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Making static routes persist after a reboot

I have two VLANs (default vlan and vlan 5 for voip). I have 2 interfaces, one for each VLAN. My route table looks like this right now: Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric ...
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Make a request through vpn interface

I want to be able to make request through a specific network interface, like this: ping -I eth0.1 google.be ping -I eth0.2 google.be This example works on my multihomed OpenWRT router. I now want ...
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Default gateway fallback via DHCP configuration

I have a small network, with two routers/Internet connections. I have configured a Raspberry Pi to load balance traffic between these two routers. I would like to have a redundant setup. If one of ...
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Default iterface/routes metric in Linux

When I run ip route on my Linux machine, I see default via xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eno1 metric 202 I wonder, where this 202 metric is configured and what other ip commands use it.
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Assymetric routing problems in LINUX

Assymetric routing problems are driving me crazy! I am trying to build a multi-homed server with 3 NICs. Each NIC is connected to 3 different subnets: eth0: LAN connected, 10.99.72.38; function: ...
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Network connectivity trouble to non-routing multi-homed hosts?

I have two networks: A and B (172.16.2.0/24 and 172.17.2.0/24). A is Ethernet, B is WiFi. An OpenWRT router connects A and B, and most traffic gets passed OK. Default route on router leads to a ...
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How do I route bittorrent through a second interface?

I've managed to configure openvpn on my DD-WRT router such that the tunnel is up and working, but that it doesn't mess with routes at all (the default configuration wants all traffic to go through ...
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Use two NICs for different subnets

In my office I have use a system with two network cards. I want to use both at same time. I have four subnets in my LAN. I want to route two subnets (192.168.2.0 and 192.168.4.0) through eth0 and ...
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Transparent Proxy

I am setting up attempting to set up a transparent proxy on CentOS using Squid. So far I have managed to filter the content and get it working perfectly. The only issue I am having is getting a form ...
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Routing a LAN through OpenVPN on OpenBSD 5.5

I'm configuring an OpenVPN gateway to allow a LAN access to the internet through the tunnel. The gateway is running OpenBSD 5.5-stable amd64 on the PC Engines APU platform. The LAN contains re1, re2, ...
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Configure routes to access WAN and LAN through diffrent interfaces

In my organization. Some useful technical websites are blocked by the firewall. In my machine i got three interfaces eth0, wlan0, wwlan0 eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:9c:02:93:b1:b4 ...
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iptables Port Forwarding — no service with the port

I have setup a network as in the image below: Firewall (FW) running CentOS 6 has two physical interfaces with subinterfaces: eth0:2 — 10.100.1.78/25 eth0:3 — 10.100.1.79/25 eth3 — 192.168.0.21/24 ...
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Transparent Ethernet over GRE not forwarding traffic

I am running on Linux 2.6.30.9 and have been trying to setup a transparent ethernet over GRE tunnel. The network topology used is as follows: I want to bridge PC1 and PC2 using Transparent Ethernet ...
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Route socks proxy traffic through wireless client [duplicate]

I have a router with two Internet WANs: DSL (vlan1) and wireless client (eth1). They are both in default route: vlan is the first and eth1 is the second (I am using ip route add default scope global ...
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How to route traffic to different interfaces for different ports [duplicate]

I have an eth0 connection providing internet connection through a proxy server only for port 80 and 443 (provided by university). For ssh, git and related purposes, I got a different connection on my ...
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SNAT problem in iptables

I am trying to reroute traffic from specific devices in my house over openvpn. For this, I've created an OpenVPN tunnel between my house wifi router and my server. Here is my setup: Wifi router's ...
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Adding multiple gateways for separate physical interfaces with various metrics/priorities

My system has 3 interfaces. These are eth0, eth1 and usb0. eth0 is linked to my router and is the line I want to be used by default. eth1 is un used. usb0 is a 3G phone that's tethered. My issue is ...
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Route a particular process over another gateway [duplicate]

I have 2 internet connections on differnet interfaces. I have eth0 which is internal ip of 192.168.1.70 and then I have another network connection to a different network which is on wlan0 ...
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Http proxy to select external interface based on host header

I have a very specific use-case at work where I have several external IP addresses (a full class C), and I need to select the outbound IP address I'm using. The requests are http, and the application ...
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Network in LXC not forwading through a bridge

I've got an LXC container, on the host I've got a bridge between the LXC container and eth0. The LXC container can ping it's Host 10.1.0.5, but can't ping the gateway of 10.1.0.2. The host is able to ...
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Solaris 11: How to use ILB to create HA loadbalancer across two backend servers?

I'm attempting to use Solaris 11's ILB to create a loadbalancer across two backend DNS servers. Here's my requirements: Two external IPs: .XXX.YYY, .XXX.ZZZ - these are the DNS IP's that our clients ...
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How do I route a spare network interface through an SSH tunnel?

I just bought a Raspberry Pi and I am wanting to route an ad hoc wireless network interface fully through an SSH tunnel that was created using another wireless interface. I want to do this so that I ...
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Having trouble with packets not making it into Fedora 16 Apache [closed]

Background: I haven't done anything with iptables in a few years... I have Fedora 16 running in a VM on VMWare, with my firewall (TomatoUSB) port forwarding to the VM. VM is at 192.168.1.155. I know ...
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Can I use 2 WANs on DD-WRT?

I bought TL-WR1043ND and flashed it with DD-WRT. Now Im wondering if it's possible to use physical WAN port and wireless client WAN for internet usage and at the same time broadcast SSID for wired and ...
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Why are packets not moving forward? [closed]

I have a server with forwarding turned on. I placed an iptables LOG target in the PREROUTING, INPUT, and FORWARD chains of the mangle table. I can see the LOG messages from PREROUTING, but not INPUT ...
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Compiling Linux kernel for a router [closed]

I want to make an installable linux kernel that has routing enabled already. So anyone can install it on their machine, do some configuration as required, and machine will work fine for their routing ...
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Adding an ip to a routing table

Is there any way I can add an ip to an interface , but interface route gets created on a routing table other than 'main' routing table in linux? For ex: If I add an IP 10.11.20.10/24 to eth0, it ...
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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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Gateway with colliding networks

I have an Ubuntu-box as a gateway with two interfaces. The first one (eth0) is the internal network and has the following address: eth0: 192.168.1.1/24 The second one is connected to a router from ...
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iptables: what the difference between filter and mangle

I am using iptables to to mark the package and want to route based on the marks. First I added the ip rule: sudo ip rule add fwmark 1 prohibit (The "prohibit" is just for test, I will change it ...
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What does the route Dest: 123.123.123.123, GW: 0.0.0.0 mean?

I have a route table: Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 123.123.123.123 0.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0 0 ...
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Redirect http using iptables for an ip range

I have a range of ip addresses (10.13.13.10-19) that I want to redirect all outgoing http traffic to an internal webserver. So if someone in that range tried to access any site, the html from my ...