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comment Bring up alias interface on boot, when the main interface is down
I have a CentOS server basic installation. I'm not very experimented with Linux, but I think, for what I need, NetworkManager is useless.
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comment Error, some other host already uses address IPADDRESS
@Aki you are right I think, because when I ping the 10.0.0.1 after the ifdown run, the time is much grater than the previous one. Anyway, I changed the gateway of my server to another workable one, and the problem was not anymore. I think there were some routing conflicts. Thanks.
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answered Interface and alias up at the same time
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accepted Problems with CMake in CentOS 6
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comment Configuring a VPN in my CentOS server
I can't understand what does localip and remoteip signify. They are specified in the /etc/pptpd.conf file. Can you explain me what they represent(from the above tutorial link)? On my server, I have a static IP (the WAN) set to aaa.aaa.aaa.aaa, let's say. The LAN is set to bbb.bbb.bbb.0, that means that the server LAN IP is bbb.bbb.bbb.1 - the gateway where all clients from my LAN points to. The remote machine that I need to create a VPN with has a static IP, let's say ccc.ccc.ccc.ccc.
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comment Configuring a VPN in my CentOS server
I'm running a 32 bit platform, so your binary isn't good for me.
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