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

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Google Nest Wifi - routing from different wired subnet via L3 switch

I've just added Google Nest Wifi Mesh, and plugged it into my existing L3 switch which has a number of other house devices on it (PC/tv etc.). Wifi works fine, has internet access etc., my problem is ...
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Why is this international internet traffic routed so inefficiently? [duplicate]

Being located in the Philippines/Asia, I did a traceroute to a datacenter in the Netherlands/Europe: traceroute to www.transip.nl (37.97.254.1), 30 hops max, 60 byte packets 1 _gateway (192.168.0.1)...
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I can't access most sites using IPv6. Is it an issue with “Level 3” network?

Note: I'm not a network expert, and I don't have deep knowledge about IPv6. Recently, IPv6 connectivity seems not to be working here. (Tested through Firefox) The funny thing are, when doing a ...
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I want to stop a linux network interface from getting its route from a router advertisement while still forwarding

I am trying to set up my raspberry pi as a router. I am connecting to Spectrum internet. Spectrum uses dhcp for ip4, and there's no problem there. They use router advertisements for ipv6. So, my ...
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OpenVPN: How to issue client IP on the same subnet as the server LAN

Is it possible to issue a client an IP address on the same subnet as the server LAN? For example, if the server's IP address is 10.50.1.5, I would like to assign the connecting clients an IP on the ...
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How does a VPN client route traffic?

Most likely noob question. My Linux box reside in network 10.10.10.0/24 and I get working access to 192.168.1.0/24 via VPN. VPN client is started on the same box. However, when I perform ip route ...
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Does an off-the-shelf router have all LAN ports bridged?

I want to roll my own router, as the one provided by my ISP is terrible. The router of course provides DHCP and routing on all 4 of the LAN ports. Does this mean that it provides DHCP and routing on ...
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IPv6 Default Route not Populating

This will probably have a really simple answer but here it goes. I am running Amazon Linux 2 on EC2 for a small personal server on AWS. IPv4 and IPv6 were initially set up and working. I then ...
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Set up a VPN only for outbound UDP traffic on Windows 10

Is it possible to only route outbound/outgoing traffic through a vpn, while accepting inbound traffic directly, bypassing the vpn connection? I am mostly interested in routing UDP packets. I've only ...
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Not able to ping router's WAN IP from a machine on LAN network

I have a machine (Linux ubuntu) that acts as a router, the routing is working fine. iptables -A FORWARD -i wg0 -j ACCEPT iptables -A FORWARD -o wg0 -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT ...
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make openvpn server use other external IP set on interface as an alias

I have openvpn server installed on server. My external network interface is : eth0. eth0 have external\real IP addr like 33.33.33.33 I also have eth0:1 interface alias wich have ip addr like 44.44....
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Connecting to DB in LAN from outside

I've spent a lot of time on research and various tests with no luck Relevant topics from the forum Why can't I access my web server from outside the network? how can I access my server from ...
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How to route PC internet traffic through a virtual adapter via the physical adapter to the internet?

How to create a virtual network adapter so that all traffic will be routed through that adapter instead of the physical adapter? Say the PC has a physical network adapter called A, and all traffic ...
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VMware workstation, openvswitch and tap ports - connectivity issues

playing around with SDN's and being challenged by what should be a simple setup. Ubuntu 18.04 base machine, openvswitch installed. Workstation 14 installed on this system. Goal, have 2 VM's link ...
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Unexpected slow speeds with my ISP when connecting to websites hosted in other countries

My ISP have this strange problem. It works good on sites hosted on servers in my country, but is miserable when it comes to internationally hosted websites esp during day time. Other ISPs available ...
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What challenges will I face if I install Pfsense on my home router?

In my cybersecurity course, we installed a lab in VirtualBox with Pfsense (Bridged Adapter) and several other VMs (Connected to Pfsense's internal network adapters). It was a success. My question is, ...
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Route given by traceroute and ping does not match routing table

I have a network of over 100 hosts running CentOs 7 With Quagga installed on all of them. Between certain hosts, the route given by traceroute (and incrementing ttl flag with ping) does not match the ...
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How do I set up a route to a local network when using Private Internet Access VPN?

I am using Private Internet Access (PIA) on my Windows 7 virtual machine and am having trouble getting on to the local network or even pinging it for that matter. When PIA is disabled, I can get ...
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How to do VPN split tunneling with PulseSecure on OS X?

I've spent quite a bit of time to figure this out, none of the answers of the following questions could help me, even combining them, neither this similar question, nor this guide for another VPN ...
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Routing between 2 networks

I have an Ubiquiti Edgerouter X that is receiving the internet over PPPoe from a Modem. The router is configured to have network 192.168.1.0/24 and provide DHCP to devices. Plugged into one of the ...
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CentOS 8.1: Forwarding OpenVPN Clients to LAN without NAT

So there's an OpenVPN Server with multiple clients, which I successfully divided into multiple subnets. 10.0.30.0/26 for generic clients which are only allowed to communicate with the OpenVPN Server ...
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Turris/Luci: Route server on br-lan to br-wan?

The routing table on Turris Omnia looks like this: # route -n Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface 0.0.0.0 1xx.1xx.246.161 0.0....
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Clients don't see each other on OpenVPN / IPFire

I'm setting up an IPFire Server with OpenVPN and I want my clients to see each other. For this I've set up the OpenVPN Configuration via the webinterface of IPFire and started the server. The OpenVPN-...
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What's the meaning of link#7 /link#x in mac's route table and how can we add it with route command in OS X

netstat -r Routing tables Internet: Destination Gateway Flags Refs Use Netif Expire 224.0.0/4 link#7 UmCS pdp_ip0 I want ...
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Route VPN and internet traffic via different interfaces

When I connect to my corporate VPN from home, all network traffic including internet traffic goes through the VPN (Figure 1). The VPN is much slower than my home internet, so I would like to route ...
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How do I make Split Tunnel on Windows Server?

I would like to create a Split Tunnel. I'm not completely sure is my term correct, but I want to allow traffic through only for certain clients (e.g. 10.8.0.69). Otherwise, the rest of the clients ...
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Why does traceroute time out when I try it on certain hosts?

I have a large LAN set up with over 100 hosts. Most of the time traceroute works fine, but in certain cases between two particular hosts, it times out. I have tried the default traceroute as well ...
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Separate local network traffic from WAN traffic via different NICs

I own a Mac running 10.13.6. In my house, due to the use of various PowerLine adapters, WiFi is way faster for Internet / outbound traffic, but Ethernet is still faster for local traffic (at least ...
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Linux pings from VM on virtual bridge get sent, but not returned

I'm setting up a virtual bridge on my laptop, so I can connect multiple VMs to it as a virtual lab environment. I want my laptop to route packets from the bridge to my actual network interface so the ...
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How should I distribute IPv6 addresses to a home network?

(this was flagged as off-topic over at Network Engineering, and suggested to move here) I have finally got an IPv6 address for my network. Being able to do VoIP and peer-to-peer networking without ...
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Redirect traffic through VPN

whole day I am trying to make all traffic redirection through VPN work, but unfortunelly it still doesn't work perfecly. My setup: VPN server running on my router (OpenVPN), it has public IP ("...
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How to add static route in Win10

I'm trying to add a static route in my Win10 machine. Not having much luck. Other SO questions were similar but didn't really answer the question. My machines IP is 10.0.0.18 My network's gateway is ...
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Using Windows 10 as a router with 2 interfaces and “Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection”

I wanted to use my Windows 10 virtual machine as a router with 2 interfaces and configured it this way: Ethernet0 (Bridged mode): IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.90 Subnet Mask . ....
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Connect to an lt2p VPN client

I've ran into an issue that may be related to several different posts, but I'm not sure what the actual process is or where to even start. Currently I have successfully set up a VPN with xl2tpd/...
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OpenVPN cli client-side prevent push of default gw

Setup: (names replaced with generic terms) "Vendor" requires a vpn to access their resources. Multiple of our people require access to Vendor resources. In order to ease overhead on Vendor's vpn ...
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Disable IPv6 connectivity on Windows without restarting the computer

I am trying to disable IPv6 connectivity on my computer without restarting it, I saw that some VPN applications delete routes from routing table in order to disable IPv6 connectivity, but when I try ...
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Sharing a printer to a different subnet

I have a Motorola MG7550 cable modem/router with a hardwired PC on one port and a Google Nest mesh network hardwired on the other. All wireless functionality on the MG7550 is disabled. I am trying to ...
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Access public address from remote site-to-site vpn in RouterOS

We are trying to get "hairpin" working for site-to-site VPNs. We have it working for the internal local traffic, but all remote site-to-site VPNs fail. I configured the remote sites to source route ...
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Is it safe to clear the routing table with route -f?

Im really green when it comes to networking. I was playing around with a persistent route I had added, and came across another topic that covered how to remove persistent routes. one said route ...
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Routing two Windows 10 network interface cards

Windows 10 with 2 NICs Internet is working on the computer. The solution I am looking for has to survive a reboot. On the 172 network I have a unit 172.16.13.204 that needs to reach an external ...
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When I ping a site, sometimes it uses IP v4 and other times IP v6. Why?

These Pings were done at different times of the same day: C:\Users\LPress>ping www.ucla.edu Pinging gateway.lb.it.ucla.edu [164.67.228.152] with 32 bytes of data: C:\Users\LPress>ping www.ucla.edu ...
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OpenVPN routes all traffic through tunnel, how do I disable that?

I have this OpenVPN config: dev tun client remote remote-ip-address ca ca-2.crt cert bf-2.crt key bf-2.key auth-user-pass but when I connect, it also routes all my local traffic (including the ...
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How to connect to VPS's existing VPN network after connected to the VPS by VPN

I have an AWS EC2 Linux VPS, e.g. its public IP is 123.10.10.10. And the VPS is already connected to my company's VPN network (PPTP), and got a VPN client IP: 192.168.1.10. If I log in the VPS by ...
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Why I'm being redirected when accessing specific site in my network?

A few days ago, I started to be redirected when I try to access one specific site (of a government agency) in my home WIFI network. So far I only noticed this on that agency website. This happens in ...
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Windows 10 as a router to accept connections over wifi and send to vpn gateway

I am trying to send all traffic from a device in my local network to a remote network via VPN. Since the device itself cannot be a VPN client (vpn client is not available) the idea is to send all the ...
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Am I being double natted?

When I try to port forward on my router, nothing gets through making me think I am double natted? when I go to www.whatismyip.com I see the public ip referenced below but when I do a tracert, it ...
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cannot delete static route on mac

On my MAC, a strange route appears every time I connect to a Wi-Fi network. this is the routing table: Internet: Destination Gateway Flags Refs Use Netif ...
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How to set up two routers on same network for wired and wireless

They say that the devil finds work for idle hands to do and after being furloughed and in lockdown my personal devil has told me to play with my network. I’ve come up with an idea of what I want to do ...
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Working within a large network with multiple private IP subnets

In a very large corporate network, the entire corporate network consists of many various subnets, all within private IP space. There are, of course, many routes out to public IP land, but a given ...
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Configuring OpenVPN Client ByPassing all the traffic to ISP Traffic via Secured Tunnel

Looking at the two Routing Tables, even after the VPN is up all the traffic to the wider Internet is still going via an ISP, not across your tunnel, with the gateway of 192.168.43.1 before or after ...

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