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Bridged TAP interface to virtualbox

I need bridged TAP interface on client side of my VPN to virtual machine. I use VirtualBox 4.3.12. But in Adapter Network options in Attached to: Bridged adapter I do not see my TUN adapter. I have ...
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how to intercept IP packets on linux

I am trying to achieve this goal on Linux (not sure if it is possible and how if so): I need to write a program to intercept all IP packets on an interface, and deliver this packet to a specific set ...
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Synaptics Touchpad Tap Lag (FastTaps Option Gone)

I own an Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A with a clickpad. Under the Synaptics driver, I'm trying to use tap-to-click. With the default settings, there is a very noticeable lag between when I tap and the tap ...
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How to know if a network interface is tap, tun, bridge or physical?

As far as i know, there are 4 main types of network interfaces in linux: tun, tap, bridge and physical. When i'm doing sys admin on machines running KVM, i usually come accross tap, bridge and ...
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How to know if a process is attached to a tap interface?

I sometimes come upon machine with tap interfaces (eg, when KVM is running). How can i know which process is attached to the tap interface ?
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How can I force a tap/tun interface into the running state?

I am trying to capture packets on a tun interface with libpcap. I am creating the interface with: openvpn --mktun --dev tun0 When the adapter is setup it appears as so when I run ifconfig: tun0 ...
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What is the kernel doing when I bring a TUN/TAP interface up

I'm playing around with the TUN/TAP device on Linux. I've created a simple program that creates a TAP interface and prints anything that is sent through it. When I bring the interface up with ip link ...
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Why are incoming packets on a TAP interface seen with tcpdump but not with iptables?

A program injects packets on a Linux TAP interface (these packets are coming from a virtual machine). Specifically, these are DHCP requests (so they're UDP). I can see the packets with tcpdump but not ...