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Though I have some Linux background I'm new to BSD. Currently I'm administering an OpenBSD 5.3 firewall which based on PF.
I want to view my LAN's top talkers to the internet. If it is a graphical method that's better but I like to know whether it is possible through a command like pfctl.... (3 Replies)
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I got following configuration problem
I need to configure tiny network on openbsd
I got server1 with 3 interfaces vic0 em0 em1
The interface vic0 on server1 has follwoing IP 172.16.1.1
firstly I would like to configure network under em0 (I have assigned to em0 following... (1 Reply)
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I logged into a sun microsystems server box, using both a vnc session and a ssh session. I am able to use "ifconfig -a" in a ssh session, but the same on a vnc session says that its a invalid command. how is this possible, when i am logging into the same box through two different... (4 Replies)
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why the ifconfig command is not working in my machine?
it says "-bash: ifconfig: command not found"
why its says that?
actually i m looking for "how can I know the Network Interface Card physical address?"
Requesting u all for help.
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I have set up multiple virtual FTP servers on a server through one physical NIC. I believe there are to ways; setting logical or alias ip's. I would like to know what is the difference between setting up a logical ip or setting up an alias ip to a physical network interface? Some links to... (5 Replies)
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I type (as root) "ifconfig en1 ether aa:aa: " but it doesnt change the mac of my airport. Can anyone help me?
Thx. (0 Replies)
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I am trying to change an IP address on a machine running HPUX10
After I change it I can ping it from the outside but it completely locks the console. After a reboot it returns back to its previous IP. Any ideas??
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