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1. Red Hat
I have two ntp servers in my cluster and I want all the nodes in my cluster to sync with either of the ntp servers or just one. Unfortunately it keep rotating the sync, between my ntp server 1, ntp server 2 and local. Is there anyway I can change the sync to avoid local?
# ntpq -p
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Discussion started by: pjeedu2247
I am looking for a solution to configure ntp between ipv4 ( ntp server ) to ipv6 ( client) .
I had google, but lot many sites suggest to have dual stock or tunnaling.
my issue is I have client has only ipv6 address ans server has ipv4 address. is it possible to sync time,... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: naveen.surisett
I have setup ipv6 in AIX machine using autoconf6 command.
I was successfull in doing this. after execution of the command local link address was assigned to one of the interfaces
(en1).But I have to setup the following environment as well.
1) Machine with only IPv6 support(IPv4... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: ard
4. IP Networking
I have two Cent OS Linux systems and one Ubuntu OS system contains two Ethernet Cards.
I need to create two networks by using Ubuntu sys as router. One network need to configure in IPv4 addresses and another network should configure in IPv6 addresses. Please help me how to configure two... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: hanuma614
I need to configure an NTP daemon on a "bridge-PC" connected on 2 LANs. It is expected to read the correct time on a time server on the first LAN and behave as a server for the second LAN.
Can I do both the things with ntpd?
In other words, is ntpd able to work as client and server at the same... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: bigjim33
i'm working on AIX 5300-05-03 P520 hacmp 5.4
when connection to the internet is going down , firewall down, my application work verey verey slowly!!! and on the sliffer output i'm got trys of my serevr to do convert from ipv4 ipv6 ( 0.0.2.0 and AAAAAAAA).
some one have an idea why... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ariec
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
i'm working on aix 5300-05-03 hacmp ver 5.4
well my issue is that when firewall (gateway to internet ) goes down my machine start to work very very slowly!!!
the output of the sniffer is that on the output card , my machine try to convert ipv4 to ipv6 0.0.2.0
my machine is not configure... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ariec
8. IP Networking
i have a problem with a dns server. It is running bind 9.4.1 (compiled with "-enable-ipv6") on an AIX 5.3 system. The server starts without any errors or warnings. I am also able to lookup names for IPv4 adresses. But with IPv6 i have a strange problem.
When i execute the following dig... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: skanatiker
How do you set a Solaris 9 server which received ntp updates from a ntp server to broadcast them on a local subnet. I have created a /etc/inet/ntp.conf file to receive the updates from a server on network and need to make this server become like a ntp relay from the main server.
Any... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: bubba112557
curvetun(8) netsniff-ng-toolkit curvetun(8)
curvetun - lightweight curve25519-based multiuser IP tunnel
curvetun [-d|--dev <tun>][-x|--export][-C|--dumpc][-S|--dumps] [-k|--keygen][-c|--client [<alias>]][-s|--server][-N|--no-logging]
[-p|--port <num>][-t|--stun <server>][-4|--ipv4][-6|--ipv6] [-v|--version][-h|--help]
curvetun embeds a client and a server to build and manage multiuser IP tunnels using Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)
Generate public/private keypair. This needs to be done before to get things started.
Export public data to remote servers
curvetun --server -4 -u -N --port 6666 --stun stunserver.org
Start a UDP IPv4 curvetun server on port 6666. Use stunserver.org as STUN server.
Start curvetun client using the profile called 'ethz'
Generate public/private keypair.
Export your public data for remote servers.
Dump parsed clients.
Dump parsed servers.
Do not daemonize.
Networking tunnel device, e.g. tun0.
Client mode, server alias optional.
Disable server logging (for better anonymity).
Port number (mandatory).
Show public IP/Port mapping via STUN.
Use UDP as carrier instead of TCP.
Tunnel devices are IPv4.
Tunnel devices are IPv6.
Print help text and lists all options.
Written by Daniel Borkmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Emmanuel Roullit <email@example.com>
Documentation by Emmanuel Roullit <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Please report bugs to <email@example.com>