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revised Delete *.txt files by date between MMDDYYYY and MMDDYYYYY
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comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
Inserting a simple router in front of NIC1 fixes the ip check problem. I changed NIC1 to dhcp and allow the router to be gateway. Router WAN Static ip = 123.123.123.120 and whatismyip.org reports 123.123.123.120 from Linux machine browser. Odd eh?
Mar
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comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
I don't have the command tcpdump, where can I find it?
Mar
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comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
If I use 123.123.123.120, 121, 122... it reports only one IP back: 23.23.23.45, I rebooted also just to make sure everything gets cleared.
Mar
29
comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
Yes, I tried https and http, same results 123.123.123.120 reports 23.23.23.45. Though I had another Linux machine connect with 123.123.123.120 and ip check reported 123.123.123.120 back. So this is not a problem with Linux. Since the only difference between Linux#1 machine and Linux#2 machine is motherboard and installation of Virtualbox. I hardly think Virtualbox would cause something like this so probably the motherboard is causing this issue on a hardware level?
Mar
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comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
added interfaces and ifconfig to question
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comment External IP check reports different IP from /etc/network/interfaces
There definitely is address transalation or (http) proxy going on. I don't want to go down the path of having the ISP bend to my request, instead, I think I should explore how to make (Debian)/etc/network/interfaces emulate Windows' NIC configuration.. ugh, worst case I might have to change server to Windows just to make this bug go away.
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accepted cron midnight 00 24 or 00 00?
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comment cron midnight 00 24 or 00 00?
Yes, you're correct, I fixed the path now. I'll check to see if it triggers tonight.
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comment How can I run reboot as a normal user without needing to enter a password?
sudo /sbin/reboot still asks for [sudo] password and /sbin/reboot says reboot:must be superuser
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revised How can I run reboot as a normal user without needing to enter a password?
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