Questions about using a router/networking, e.g. port forwarding, VPNs

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Is there any adsl2+ modem with router capability for which traffic routing from one lan port to another can be forbidden

Is there any adsl2+ modem with router capability for which traffic routing from one lan port to another can be forbidden for all ports without use of non firm firmware(such as openwrt for D-Link ...
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192.168.x.x with Subnet 255.255.0.0, would like to link with 192.168.2.x with subnet 255.255.255.0 [on hold]

Is it possible to connect these two networks together, without changing the subnet? For example by putting a router in between. Network A IP :192.168.x.X Sub :255.255.0.0 Network B IP : ...
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How to connect to VPN from Linux and send only part of traffic via it

I have target host, username and password. I can connect in Windows via Cisco AnyConnect. But all traffic goes via that tunnel. Under Linux I used to use Vpnc, but it requires also additional secure ...
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Which configuration files affect the routing table of a Debian system

As far as I know basic network configuration goes into /etc/network/interfaces and the system generates the routing table from these information. I was also taught that in general ...
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Passenger issue with Rails routes

I have been tasked with getting a Rails 2.3.14 app running with Phusion Passenger 5.0.7 standalone in FreeBSD 9. Setup is all complete and done, the issue I am facing is Passenger doesn’t seem to ...
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How to autoconfigure IPv6 route

I configured a simple router that should provide IPv6 connectivity to machines that are on LAN behind it. The router has 2 network interfaces (eth0, eth1), machines have 1 (eth0). On router's eth0 is ...
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Failover gateway using server 2012

I wonder how i can setup server 2012 so that i can use two internet connections in such a way that if one of my internet service providers goes down, that a different gateway is used. If possible ...
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How to stop route delete 0.0.0.0 mask 0.0.0.0 resetting on reboot?

I've used the command route delete 0.0.0.0 mask 0.0.0.0 which works super: the PC sits on the Local network and can access the other computers and is accessible by the other computers but cannot go on ...
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Public Webserver sees gateway IP in log

I was given a server with NGINX. It has a public IP with port 80 forwarded to it (I guess assigned in the firewall), but when the requests come, the IP is the one of the Gateway/Firewall. I would ...
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When is an IP replaced in routing?

If I have 2 networks, 192.168.1.0/24 and 192.168.2.0/24, and my IP is 192.168.1.2 with the following routes: Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface default ...
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Understanting wifi routing and gateway

EDIT : I've found a solution as explain here So I'm completely lost. I'm a real beginner about linux networking. I have 3 interfaces eth0, wlan0, wlan1 (2 wifi usb dongle) on my raspberrypi. My ...
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Permanent addition of IP address in route in Linux

How to permanently add route IP address in linux For static/temporary adding of IP address in route I am using route add -net "DESTINATION_IP" netmask gw
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Route certain traffic through tun0 and some through eth0 based on destination IP

I have the following setup, a linux box with 2 physical interfaces sitting between my modem and my router, on eth0 it is set to DHCP and get an IP from the modem, I then run a DHCP server on eth1 so ...
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Two lines with the same ip destination in routing table

I am studing a particular case in routing table. As the title i have this table for a particular router in a net: destin.IP Mask NextHop Interface 193.14.5.160 ...
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Docker tunnel traffic on specific port via VPN

Not sure if this is docker specific or a general networking question. I'm running a Debian Jessie server with serveral docker containers. My understanding is that docker creates a virtual interface ...
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Networking, Creating subnets

Am having trouble trying to create a small network for my office. I have two Asus RT-N12 wireless routers, internet connection from an ADSL modem, Windows server 2012r2 which I want to be my domain ...
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2 Nics setup on CentOS 7

I have problem with 2 NICs when I try to setup new webserver on CentOS 7 ==== My goal ==== I have 2 network cards on server, eth0 (for public ip) and eth1 (for internal ip) My goal is my server can ...
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How to redirect all traffic from one network interface to another on the same linux host

I am writing testcases for a network switch. This involves sending something on one network card (via the switch) and checking that it is received on another network card. I want to disable all direct ...
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Print 100's of documents to 35 different printers daily

Imagine having ~35 clients that demand that their reports be sent to printers (not faxes, not email), but nice color high resolution printers. You have 20 to 30 reports per client .... so around ...
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How is mac address shared from one host to another?

If i have two systems in the same network, how is the mac address shared in the network access layer? By this, I mean how is the destination mac address known to the source?
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Routing RDP traffic to Windows 7 VM using pf

I have a machine running OS X Server which has a Windows VM running via Parallels. I need to route traffic from the external adapter on port 3389 to an internal/virtual adapter. I have tried quite a ...
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Put VPN at the bottom of ip route in linux

Ok so here is my ip route before I connect to my VPN default via 10.0.1.1 dev em1 10.0.1.0/24 dev em1 proto kernel scope link src 10.0.1.254 10.0.1.0/24 dev em2 proto kernel scope link src ...
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Cannot set static routing or DHCP pool

I've been doing a project in Packet tracer. To start of, this is my topography: LINK, and this my configuration: LINK My todo list is: -create topography : done -set IP's and subnets : done -set ...
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On a host with two IP addresses, I am getting “no route to host”, but SSH works

I have a very strange problem. A server has two IP addresses on a single network interface: eth0 has 172.20.40.1 eth0:0 has 10.1.1.1 The address for eth0 is static, the one for eth0:0 comes from ...
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Linux: routing table - Gateway column: 0.0.0.0 vs *?

I have found SO question about What does 0.0.0.0 gateway mean in routing table? but this is not exactly what I want to know. I have noticed that in some outputs (e.g. here) of Linux route -n command ...
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I can't set up the following Netsh settings, because the object is already exist

I use the Netsh int ipv6 show int in terminal, the result: 1 50 4294967295 connected Loopback Pseudo-Interface 1 11 10 1500 connected Local connection When I wanted to use the ...
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Use two different connections: one exclusively for download and the other for upload: possible? [duplicate]

I hope you can help me with this dilemma. I have two different connections, one is via router/ethernet, the other one is mobile: the first one has a very good download speed, but lacks of upload ...
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Proper network architecture for fault tolerant multi WAN multi building WLAN setup

I need help with deciding the correct network architecture for a guest WLAN deployment. We have 3 buildings, and each of them has its own LTE router (Mikrotik RB411U) connected to an Ubiquiti ...
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Can you assign different default gateways on a per-application basis in Windows 7?

I have two internet connections (one satellite and one DSL). I want to route all my gaming traffic through the DSL connection and all other traffic through satellite. Each WAN is served from its own ...
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Forwarding requests to my external IP to a different IP

When I connect to my external IP in linux, it gets forwarded to my gateway (router). But I need to run a server, so I need to be able to forward requests to my external IP to my computers ip address. ...
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Wamp, Route External IP to one file and Internal IP and Localhost to Wamp HomePage

So I recently downloaded WampServer and was wondering if there would be away for me to be able to route my external IP address and my internal IP address, along with Localhost, to separate locations. ...
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Automatically prefer interface with internet connection in Windows 7

It's fairly often that I have hardline internet and am programming devices over wifi; or am on the university wifi and am programming devices on an off-grid LAN. There is lots of Q&A here about ...
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Can't add default route - RTNETLINK answers: Network is unreachable

On an Ubuntu 14.04 server (3.16.0-30) I'm trying to add a default route and getting error as follows: ip route add default via 172.16.111.99 dev bond0.11 RTNETLINK answers: Network is unreachable ...
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default gateway based on IP?

yesterday I decided to try something extra at my job (volunteered to do so) I decided to manually add a computer and assign it a private ip address netmask and default gateway. On a normal at home ...
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What is the difference between ARP binding and DHCP address reservation?

In my TL-WR1043ND I have these functionalities and both of them pair an IP address to a MAC address. What is the difference? I red that the ARP one is there for security reasons, others say it is for ...
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Setting up wifi network with OpenWrt

I have router MR3020 with OpenWrt. I need wifi network with access to an admin panel of the router and the Internet from the another network. I have another network "BigWifi" (not mine), and I ...
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Is it proper to route default gateway to the modem instead of the DHCP/DNS server?

My setup is a modem (no DHCP or DNS) connected to a network switch. The network switch is connected to a Raspberry Pi that acts as a DHCP+DNS server using dnsmasq. The thing is, all traffic from the ...
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Adding the route to openvpn server on the fly

I would like to connect to my openvpn server without a default route for internet (just a route for DNS), and to dynamically add the route to the server once the server ip is resolved. The purpose is ...
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Route everything over virtual interface without dropping backend connection

I've got vpn-ws setup on my server. I'm connected to a public wifi which has blocked many ports blocked (obviously not 80 and 443). When I connect to domain.tld/vpn and run dhcpcd, I get IP address ...
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VPN failover on Tomato Router

I've configured two VPN clients on my router to ensure some of my traffic secure. One of the client is the major one and the other is the alternative one. I'm now using custom routing tables and IP ...
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Anoymous ip route on my server

After typing "route -n" on my server, i figured out these lines 1.0.104.156 - 255.255.255.255 !H - - - - 1.9.22.84 - 255.255.255.255 !H - ...
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configuring port forwarding on multiple routers

Alright, so I have 2 routers. My secondary router (netis) is connected to the primary router(ZTE) (through which the internet connection is coming) via LAN. All the devices directly connect to the ...
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how to mount a network drive from specified network adapter in freebsd

I want to mount a network shared drive by my freebsd 9.3. I know This is possible by: mount_smbfs -I 10.1.1.20 //user@10.1.1.20/shared /root/local_folder/ This is done by default from em0. How can ...
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How can my home server accept and reply to connections from the Internet when OpenVPN client is running?

I have a headless home server running Ubuntu Server 12.04. A 3rd party website (to which I'm subscribed) periodically sends commands to a daemon on my home server which in turn responds to the 3rd ...
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VLANs, routing and DHCP

I've got my home network up-and-running to an extent, but I'm trying to improve the setup. On top of this, I'm using it as an exercise to try and learn the ins-and-outs of slightly more complicated ...
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how can I access my server from outside of my lan?

I set up my own debian server at home and I can connect to it via ssh from any computer in my lan, but if I try to do it with my phone ( when using mobile data and not Wi-Fi) it does not work. When I ...
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Forward all traffic from one Linux interface to another?

I have a virtual ESX interface "eth1" that I want to act as a gateway for connections, and then route all of the traffic from these connections out of my "eth0" (WAN) interface. Here are my ...
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Is my network traffic really routed abroad if traceroute says that my traffic is routed through servers with foreign IP addresses?

My ISP is owned by a company that resides in our neighboring country. I have noticed that when I do a traceroute to a server that I know is placed in the same country as I live, I can see some hops ...
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tor middlebox: How to route traffic through a socks proxy automatically? iptables routing wlan

I built a tor middlebox. It is an old laptop without screen, creates a WLAN and every traffic on that WLAN is routed into tor. my iptables script: iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i wlan0 -p udp ...
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Accessing web service on routed (without NAT) network

I have network topology where I use two routers: R1 and R2. R1 has NAT enabled because my ISP allows only to connect one IP. R2 has NAT disabled because I'm planning to extend my network in the future ...