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Mar
4
comment Separator between command list and }
Apparently this is "due to historical reasons." I'd venture a guess it has something to do with how bash interprets function definitions or brace expansion
Mar
4
revised Recover files inside a folder which was replaced by an empty one. (openSUSE, Ext4)
spelling and gammar
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4
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Mar
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revised Meaning of “route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eth0:1”
better description of alias network interface
Mar
1
comment Meaning of “route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eth0:1”
use of "dev" is optional in both route and its successor ip. If not included, the kernel will determine the most appropriate device based on existing routes and device configurations.
Mar
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revised Meaning of “route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eth0:1”
Spelling in title, also added pertinent string "dev eth0:1" to code example - pulled from question title and is the focus of the question
Mar
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comment Meaning of “route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eth0:1”
Not sure what you mean by target IP. The example you gave will route packets addressed to 192.168.1.20 via 10.1.1.20.
Mar
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answered Meaning of “route add -host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx dev eth0:1”
Feb
29
comment Embed a proxy script in a multiwan aggregation
I'm not sure how this can work. If clients inside your network use the proxy configuration served by the wan3 router, they will use those settings for all connections, making wan1 and wan2 unused. You may be able to use the wan3 proxy transparently, making client configuration unnecessary. This could be done with iptables on the multiwan router. That will only work for ports handled by the wan3 proxy, so you would also need to configure policies in multiwan to only balance supported ports on wan3.
Feb
28
comment Embed a proxy script in a multiwan aggregation
Are you using multiwan or mwan3 package?
Feb
28
revised How to find out the service name, that is required for a SRV record?
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Feb
28
revised How to find out the service name, that is required for a SRV record?
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Feb
28
revised How to find out the service name, that is required for a SRV record?
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Feb
28
revised How to find out the service name, that is required for a SRV record?
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28
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