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Hi .. we have two AIX 5.3 systems with a small client server app communicating over a TCP socket.
Box A has a single network interface where the server app (in Java) opens a well known port and waits for connections from Box B.
Box B has two network interfaces, X and Y. Interface X has the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: RonBowater
I have a machine with Solaris 8, and it has multiple interfaces that are connected to the same network which means they all have metric 0 (1 hop) to the default gateway.
* e1000g0: 10.1.1.70
* e1000g2: 10.1.1.72
* e1000g4: 10.1.1.74
* e1000g5: 10.1.1.76
* gateway:... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: aeg
I have a requirement to add multiple virtual interfaces on a non-global zone (Solaris 10). The global zone is a 2 node Veritas Cluster Server. So, my question is do we have to make any modifications to the cluster config (which I think should not be the case)? Can anyone help with me... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: mahive
Is there a way to add routes using the add route command in AIX to add different routes and bind them to different NICS installed in the box? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Docboyeee
5. IP Networking
I have an OpenBSD 3.7 firewall with five network interfaces on it, one of which is connected to the Internet. I'd like to use the remaining four interfaces as a network switch for a single internal subnet. The main problem I have is that the DHCP daemon doesn't like multiple interfaces matching... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: vertigo23
I have a AIX server running v5.2 and its having multiple default routes configured to two seperate gateway.
Here's the output of -- netstat -rn
Destination Gateway Flags Refs Use If PMTU Exp Groups
Route Tree for Protocol Family 2... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: rramanuj
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm having some problems here, and was wondering whether it was an Apache problem. We have two firewalls where I'm at, Apache is installed on the second one. The first firewall is setup to forward all outside requests to port 80 on the second firewall. Apache is only working on the lan, not the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: cerberusofhnsg