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1. IP Networking
Hello all my friends
see picture to understand my problem
i want to know that how my company can connect multiple isp via switch and output from switch is directly connected to linux firewall.
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Discussion started by: rink
Solaris-9 server is having one primary IP 10.41.161.14 on qfe0 and 10.41.116.0 on qfe3:1. Traffic is going through virtual interface instead of physical interface. How should I force traffic to go with primary interface.
root@smtsrvn01:/# netstat -nr
Routing Table: IPv4
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3. IP Networking
I would like to ask some networking solution regarding my work LAN and 3G usb network problem. I want to route my internet traffic to the 3G network and sometimes connect to some of my work network for ssh to configure some workstation or print something. Currently my problem is i can't... (0 Replies)
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4. IP Networking
Hi. my english is not so good. sorry.
i have some problem. My isp give me second ip from subnet. One network is working, but secong don't.
fxp0 - my network
dc0 - network isp (that working)
re0 - network isp (don't working)
i try use ng_one2many, but it's don't working
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5. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm running user ppp on FreeBSD. I have an internet account which gives me the oppertunity to login for free (say €25 a month :)) during specific hours. Outside these hours I pay the normal fee. I also have another ISP which gives me the oppertunity to log in for a reduced fee all times.
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6. IP Networking
I am running Mandrake 8.0 (KDE ver 2.1.1) on a machine with 2 NICs. This is a college project. I am attempting to configure this machine as a firewall, and to pass packets from one network to another. Eth0 is on my external network. Eth1 is on my internal network. I set the gateway in "netconf"... (1 Reply)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm totally frustrated, my administrator has left the state and me high and dry! My modem cannot connect to my ISP all it does is start to ping and the a high pitched squeal for about a minute. I have logged on as the "root" in hope to get into my /etc/ppp/ppp.conf file however I get a... (8 Replies)
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I just moved away from a T3 line back to a dial up I just wanted to know would a P200 with 64meg and a 4 gig hard drive be ok for a linux server for an additional 3 pcs all running win98. I will be dialing into an isp using a 56k v90 modem.
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dtc-xen_migrate(8) System Manager's Manual dtc-xen_migrate(8)
dtc-xen_migrate - migrate a VPS to another Xen server
LOCAL_VPS_ID DESTINATION_HOSTNAME [ DEST_VPS_ID ]
dtc-xen_migrate This shell script is a part of the dtc-xen package that is to be used by the dtc panel to manage a Xen VPS server. Note
that you need rsync in both the source and the destination dom0.
This script is used to move the content of a Xen virtual machine (VM) managed with dtc-xen to another Xen server of the same type. The VM
destination will first be prepared, then the local VM will be shut down, then it's content will be transfered over using rsync.
Note that this is NOT a live migration, and down time of approximatively the time needed for the rsync will occure.
LOCAL_VPS_ID The DTC-Xen id of the VM, from 00 to 99.
DESTINATION_HOSTNAME Destination Xen server hostname to migrate to.
DEST_VPS_ID Destination DTC-Xen id of the VM, from 00 to 99.
dtc-xen_migrate 19 alpha.example.com 21
This will migrate the content of xen19 on the local machine to the destination server alpha.example.com using xen21 as VM name.