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Debian randomly changes IP adress

I have debian6, interfaces are set manually: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 40:61:86:7c:42:ed inet addr:192.168.3.238 Bcast:192.168.3.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: ...
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iproute nexthop not working - defining multiple default gateways

I have several point to point connections and I'd like to use all of them as default gateways. I saw this link which explains how to do this using load balancing by calling ip route with a nexthop ...
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routing a secondary IP-addr. of a different private network on the same interface

Typical home-networking xDSL setup on a TG782 router/gateway. Hosts on the local private network are allocated IP-addresses in the range of 192.168.1.0/24 and can get to WAN through the aforementioned ...
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When a PC has both a wired and a wireless connection, how is information transferred?

My PC has two connections (wireless and wired) simultaneously. Both of them have an internet connection. In this situation, how does it connect to the internet? How do my LAN and WLAN interfaces know ...
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How can I ensure outbound traffic uses the same interface as that of inbound traffic in Linux?

I have a Linux box with two interfaces: one for data and the other for management purpose. If both are on the same network, I have a route added for both interfaces. Imagine the routing table is: ...