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answered Getting a list of WiFi networks nearby when the adapter is in AP mode
Apr
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comment Different sites on different interfaces using link aggregation
Not at all. On windows, it's route add 192.0.2.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.0.2.1, On linux, if you want to use the prehistoric route command, then it's route add -net 192.0.2.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 gw 192.0.2.1 and if you do The Right Thing and use ip route, then it's ip route add 192.0.2.0/24 via 192.0.2.1.
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comment ERROR: Failed to build linux
You should contact Xilinx for support about their crappy out-of-tree Ethernet driver. But of course it would be better to get rid of it.
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comment Different sites on different interfaces using link aggregation
Your link points to a windows solution.
Apr
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answered wpa_supplicant ignore some networks
Apr
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comment Why is this static route not taking effect?
@HaukeLaging: Once the output of ip route get 130.35.249.52 is known, we will be settled. In fact, there is no proof that eth0 is actually used on his first ping test.
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comment Why is this static route not taking effect?
@HaukeLaging: Reinderlen may have hidden a route in [...] going via eth0.
Apr
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answered How to get address of connected USB modem?
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comment Use wpa_supplicant without plain text passwords
This adds no security. While the password is not stored in plain text, knowing the PSK is enough to connect to the network.
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comment Why is this static route not taking effect?
Also, forget about the deprecated netstat -nr command. It adds no information compared to ip route and rely on backward compability in the kernel which often has to lie.
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comment Why is this static route not taking effect?
eth0 appears down, but that seems to me to be a separate problem. From the ip addr output, eth0 is UP. It may have no IP address, but Linux using a so-called "Weak End System Model", the kernel will accept to use IP 172.16.0.15 on eth0
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comment Why is this static route not taking effect?
Please post the whole output of ip route, as well as the output of ip route get 130.35.249.52
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comment Set up network with static IP and wpa_supplicant on Debian
@PICyourBrain: What old version of Debian are you using ?
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answered Set up network with static IP and wpa_supplicant on Debian
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comment Is it possible to simulate/force/fake an USB device unplug and replug on Linux?
It's most likely because it's compiled built-in. The alternative is a bit cumbersome, as you need to unbind all usb devices/hubs from their driver and rebind them. And it's not as reliable; I managed to crash machines while doing this.