23 reputation
6
bio website
location Aalborg, Denmark
age 23
visits member for 1 year, 10 months
seen Jun 22 '13 at 20:39

I'm a system administrator at a dorm, where I maintain daily operation together with a couple other people.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
13
awarded  Supporter
Jan
12
awarded  Scholar
Jan
12
accepted Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
Jan
12
comment Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
@F.Hauri I added that to the original post (is there an easier way to format code without having to indent all lines with 4 spaces?). Also the default gw is the gateway on the external network.
Jan
12
revised Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
added iptables output
Jan
12
comment Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
@F.Hauri The default policy for INPUT is DROP, same for FORWARD. There is a rule to allow ping on the eth1 and eth2 interfaces @goldilocks Well, I would think that you were unable to ping the ip address of different interface, because the ip isn't on the same network. @WarrenYoung Yes, iptables drops traffic from eth1 trying to reach eth2. So no pinging ie. 172.16.1.100 from 172.16.2.100.
Jan
12
awarded  Student
Jan
12
awarded  Custodian
Jan
12
awarded  Editor
Jan
12
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
Jan
12
revised Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?
presentation
Jan
12
asked Why can I reach a different interface's IP address?