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Prevent DHCP Lease Updates From Adding Gateways

I am having a problem preventing DHCP Lease Updates from modifying my route table in Windows. My issue is that I am routing all my traffic through a VPN and purposefully delete the 0.0.0.0 route ...
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How can i keep an entry in my routing table, even when the associated interface goes down?

I have a linux box set up as my internet router. I have the eth0 interface connected to the lan, and the eth1 interface connected to a pppoa modem and configured with dhcp to my public ip. Due to ...
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Static route set from dhcp

Does anyone know if it is possible to add static routes with dhcp? I know that there is option 121 in dhcp but I read that it can set routing via some gateway IP, and I need to set routing via device. ...
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How to find the IP address of a router

I live in a dorm where many students have setup small wireless networks. There are two of this networks that are very close to my room as the signal is very strong. Our college uses DHCP to assign IP ...
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DHCP option to control interface metric

For some reason Windows is using only one interface for local network broadcasting (the one with lowest metrics). When client connects to VPN network, i want it to make new network preferred for ...
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Why does my (home) router append a DNS suffix?

I wonder if any other people have come across this. I've rented rooms in two houses this year, and they both have Sky (a UK ISP) Broadband routers. For some reason, the router I currently use hands ...
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Network resource access control (maybe using VLANs?)

I'm trying to set up a network that has a couple of different device groups with different access rights. Physically, devices are connected to the network either via wall-ports or via one of several ...
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From my 192.168 box, how do i find 10.0 virtual machine on the same box?

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 and Virtual Box 4.1.12. I have created a Debian server under Virtual Box. For reasons I don't understand, DHCP grants my Ubuntu box 192.168.20.50 and my Debian VirtualBox ...
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Set up internal DNS to point to that DNS server?

I have Windows Server 2008 running on my network with the following properties: Internal IP: 192.168.1.100 External IP: 242.24.124.12 Now I have registered a domain (example.com) and have it ...
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What does asterisk meant in route command

I have two network interfaces present in two different subnets and are configured as DHCP. When I run route command I am getting following output with asterisk in Gateway. What is the meaning of it? ...
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Setting up routing table via DHCP

I have a system attached by two ports to a DHCP server which gives out the following information: Port 1 Ip Address Mask Gateway 10.170.99.38 255.255.255.128 ...
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DHCP/routing oddness

I have a Squid proxy server on my network that is connected to the DHCPd server (commodity router) through a commodity switch. If there is a break in the connection (eg router needs to be rebooted) I ...
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Running two wireless networks, with two different DHCP ranges (Virgin Media superhub woes)

I'm trying to create two wireless networks in my house, that would provide the client devices different ip address ranges and DNS settings, depending on which network they connect to. My current ...
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Enabling access to a home server from “Internet” side

I wish to enable remote access to my linux home server, so I can use it when I'm not home. I tried doing so using port forwarding as follows: http://<RouterInternetIP>:<SomePort> => ...
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Why is my static IP address different if I plug in a router?

I just purchased a static IP package from my ISP, and was told the IP was something like 24.x.x.x. And they assigned the staticĀ IP to the modem. So, if I plug my cable modem directly to my laptop, ...
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Using multiple interfaces on a RHEL5.5 x64 machine

I am trying to use a statically-assigned address on one interface (eth1) of a server and have a dhcp-assigned address on another interface (eth2) on the same subnet (172.17.11.0/24). When I setup a ...
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I don't want my DHCP to be a default gateway

I have a device which runs a DHCP server. When I connect it with USB to my computer, the PC gets an IP address and the device becomes the default gateway. I just want the device to agree on IP ...
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How to set up DHCP-configured access through a Linux box?

I would like an old desktop box to use my laptop as a router to access the internet. Here is my setup: I have one ethernet port in the side of my laptop which I want to use to get internet access ...
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2 default gateways, one to 0.0.0.0… with DHCP

A problem that I have here with Windows 7 (RTM) and Windows Vista (SP2), on multiple machines, is that clients get a default gateway of the DHCP server (like they should) but on top of that, also a ...