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Jan
16
accepted How to temporarily change the gateway of a secondary IP?
Jan
1
comment How to temporarily change the gateway of a secondary IP?
@DavidSchwartz Yes
Dec
29
awarded  Curious
Dec
28
accepted How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
Dec
28
comment How to temporarily change the gateway of a secondary IP?
@MariusMatutiae I'll try the below first answer; I hope you're wrong, but you migth be just right :)
Dec
28
awarded  Critic
Dec
28
revised How to temporarily change the gateway of a secondary IP?
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Dec
28
asked How to temporarily change the gateway of a secondary IP?
Dec
27
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
@MariusMatutiae would this do it in one line: ip route add from 192.168.0.0/24 gw 192.168.0.1 dev wlan1 or maybe ip route add from 192.168.0.0/24 via 192.168.0.1?
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
Would ip route add 192.168.0.0/24 dev wlan1 (or ip route add 192.168.0.0/24 dev 192.168.0.1 do the trick of temporarily route all the packets for this subnet through that gateway?
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
Actually my next question would have been what is the one liner command I can use to setup a temporary default gateway for a given IP address. Again, I don't want a static configuration, more than happy to input the one liner command each time. Thanks!
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
You both are right, in fact if I use BIND_ADDR="192.168.0.4" LD_PRELOAD=./bind.so firefox, I can open the broadband router just fine (on 192.168.0.1).
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
Thanks, this looks like the answer I was looking for. Do you know if there's a way to do it programmatically? Are the changes persistent?
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
@Xyon I guess I'll have to write a simple test executable to see what errors the kernel is returning when creating TCP/UDP connections?
Dec
26
comment How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
@Xyon How can I verify that? Even if I use the bind shim? That LD_PRELOAD trick is supposed to force all binds and connect to 192.168.0.4?
Dec
26
asked How can I tell if my multiple network interfaces are working ok?
Feb
1
accepted Why does 'dd' produce different files for same USB stick?
Feb
1
revised Why does 'dd' produce different files for same USB stick?
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Feb
1
comment Why does 'dd' produce different files for same USB stick?
@TOOGAM Isn't bs=xxx just determining the speed only? At the end of the day it shouldn't make any difference, right? I expect that if the last block is less than xxx, to be truncated automagically. Am I wrong?
Feb
1
comment Why does 'dd' produce different files for same USB stick?
I thought I'd been a bit of an idiot in having it mounted the first time around when I executed dd. I guess I'll keep the file taken with the device unmounted. Scary!