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My ask is how can I add two different subnet IPs to same box with two different gateways?
The issue is I can connect to the box when I am on ethernet LAN, but I am not able to connect to the same IP when I am on wifi. The server is RHEL 7 VM on vmware.
How can I get connected... (4 Replies)
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is there a way for my C++ application to find out which mode the hpux OS is running in?
standard mode or trusted mode. (3 Replies)
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3. Red Hat
I want tune my NIC's rps, rfs and xps value.
In my system I have two NIC (eth0, eth1) and I have a bond0 ( eth0, eth1).
Here is the question? Which device should I modify ?
eth0 and eth1? or just modify bond0 or modify all device (eth0, eth1, bond0)
Any advice is welcome.... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: nnnnnnine
when i tried to look the status of DNS-client, it is in maintenance mode.....
Please tell me how to bring it back to online mode...PLEASE TELL ME STEP BY STEP.... PLEASE...
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5. IP Networking
I am new in squid proxy.
My question is how to (and if it's necessary) to set one NIC for inbound traffic (http requests) and one NIC for outbound traffic (http answers)?
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Discussion started by: aixlover
I couldn't install my nic in solaris 10. I compiled and added
the driver but failed to attach the driver and ifconfig output
shows only loopback dev. Please see the following output and tell
me whether my nic has been detected and why the driver failed to
My nic is detected in linux... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: vectrum
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
The physical network interface card should drop the packets if it doesn't match the MAC address of the NIC. In my PC, however, the packets which shoud be dropped trigger the interrupt function of my own driver and are recieved as skb to be transfered to the upper layer!
Why? How... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: liklstar
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Right now I have a computer that I want to use as the monitor for my network. It's currently running Windows 7, and so as I understand it the NIC won't monitor all the traffic on the network. So my question is, if I install Linux on this computer will I be able to force the NIC card into... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: iJeydon