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comment LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works
@Ronin Tom I have not flagged any answer as final, because they all address what I don't really care about (the two interfaces seeing each other) while they don't talk about the rest of the network not seeing these interfaces.
Jul
30
comment LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works
Any way to use UFW for this? I have it working on all our other servers and I'd rather have everything aligned...Moreover my issue at the moment is at receiving the packets. As I said eth0 is going to get deactivated sooner or later anyway, I am interested into having wlan0 respond from and send to everywhere. Edit: to simplify: I'd be just fine not using eth0 at all ever again, I just need wlan0 to function and accept incoming pings and SSH connections, something that ATM it's not doing even deactivating eth0.
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Jul
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comment LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works
What do you mean by "outgoing interface specifier"? If you could please tell me how to configure it, I will try it out and report back.
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Jul
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comment LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works
eth0 is going to be disabled later. My issue is that even disabling eth0, wlan0 lets me browse internet etc. from the server, but is unreachable by any other computer in the LAN.
Jul
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asked LAN server with two network cards, can't telnet / ping to the second even if it works