Questions tagged as ['router']
I have created two VLAN bridges in openwrt based system which has single physical interface.
*) eth0->lan->br-lan *) br-lan->br-lan.2(VLAN INTF)->br-vlan2(BRIDGE INTF) *) br-lan->br-lan.20(VLAN INTF)->br-vlan20(BRIDGE INTF)
I am running an DHCP server in by ubuntu machine.
I am trying to route between the vlan to open up the intervlan communication. But i couldn't succeed.
what i ...
Would it be OK/reliable, to use just one rule?:
iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING ! -o eth2 -s 192.168.10.0/24 -j SNAT --to PUBLIC_IP_ADDRESS
The BGP linux router has 25 ethernet interfaces. This iptables rule with "! -o XY" should allow the traffic to be SNATed and leave the router through all interfaces other than eth2. Behind eth2 interface, there is a local network 192.168.10.0/24 - those machine ...
I have some Netflow records from a bunch of routers. The records contain IPv6 flows and there are entries with protocol as ipv6-icmp and their destination port values as 0, 1025 and 257. I know from this link that the value of 0 for ipv6-icmp in netflow indicates an echo reply. Is there any resource to find the meaning of the ipv6-icmp-1025 and ipv6-icmp-257?
I have a network which has no ipv6 connectivity to the internet. But I'd like to play a little with private networking.
So I want to use ULAs for my devices and automatically distribute the prefix.
I know that ipv6 uses router advertisement to do so. But (hence the name...) it advertises a router, too. In my case using dnsmasq it's the address of the server running it. So it ends up in my clients as ...
We are trouble shooting website where we deploy a new version but our Computer browser still pulls the older pages. When we disconnect from the router (WiFi) and connect to a hotspot (mobile phone/data), the browser correctly pulls the new pages. If we switch back to the router (WiFi), the problem returns. We have tried trouble shooting
- We have confirmed the new files were successfully deployed ...
I often see that there are some stateful matching rules in a iptables' chain such as INPUT.
I known what they are doing, and I'm interested in that
Should I do the same for the chains of the table NAT?
For example, in my home router, I want it accepts ssh, and also acts as a NAT router.
If we have:
-A INPUT -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT
-A INPUT -p tcp -m state --state NEW -m tc ...
Goal: To block UDP traffic to devices on LAN-side of this gateway (using dd-wrt firmware), that communicate with internet and each other, to test specific communications applications running on each device.
Exceptions: allow the bare minimum UDP needed to support basic network operations for these devices to continue communicating (eg: via TCP) with internet and each other.
What I've tried so far
I recently learned about IPTables and IP routing in order to configure a single-board computer to isolate a particular machine from the rest of my network, while still permitting it to access the internet, among a few other rules.
I decided to use this new knowledge to enhance the security of my embedded media devices (and maybe prevent them from displaying ads and reporting telemetry). I had an ...
First, I'll try to explain the current network layout. I'm not a super-experienced networking professional (yet...) and I have come up with a possible solution, but I wanted to run it by some experts and see what the cons are to my plan.
So we have a small business setup servicing about 12 users, right now it looks roughly like this:
Comcast Business Modem (providing two public IPs), this modem i ...
Suppose the following network layout:
R1: R2: 10.1.1.0/24 <--- 10.1.1.1, 192.168.1.1 <----------> 192.168.1.2, 10.1.2.1 ---> 10.1.2.0/24
BIRD is installed on both R1 and R2. All information about the network topology is automatically given. It was my understanding that BIRD would automatically redistribute this information so that ...
I know this question has been asked historically, but the answers I have yet to find are not all too helpful in this one niche use case.
I currently have one router running DD-WRT on 192.168.0.1, one router connected to the previous with IP 192.168.0.2 that runs as a VPN client, and one Raspberry Pi set up to run https://pi-hole.net DNS filtering on 192.168.0.21.
Ultimately, my goal here is just to ...
I'm having problem when using 2 Draytek Vigor 3910 at the same time. This diagram was working well with Vigor 3900 but they replaced to new model 3910.
My issue: 1, OSPF between 2 router's not working OSPF config:
- LAN1, vlan51,52,53 was enabled on Router 1, area 11, id 1, same password, md5 disabled
- LAN2, vlan54,55,56 was enabled on Router 2, area 11, id 1, same password, md5 disabled Both Routers can ...
I was a little bit confused about the use of traceroute.
According to this
The traceroute command is used to see how packets are getting routed. It works by sending packets with increasing TTL values, starting with 1. So the first router gets the packet, and it decrements the TTL value by one, thus dropping the packet. The router sends back an ICMP Time Exceeded message back to us. And then the n ...
I am trying to open port 2222 for an open-ssh server on my linux machine.
I am able to log into it just fine from my local IP address.
sudo systemctl status returns:
Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/ssh.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active (running) since Sun 2021-10-10 19:25:19 PDT; 34min ago Docs: man:sshd(8) man:sshd_config(5) Process: 9445 E ...
I think I have two routers:
Router A is connected to WAN and the Router A DHCP gives out IPs in range 192.168.0.10 to 192.168.0.128.
Router B is connected by ethernet cable to router A and gives out IPs in range 192.168.0.129 to 192.168.0.253.
The aim is that devices connected to Router B WiFi cannot connect to the internet - so, Router A has a rule applied that disables the internet for IPs 192.168.0. ...
I have an AWS EC2 VPC-based Windows Server instance that has two private IP addresses and two elastic IP addresses on a single network interface with IP addresses:
I have configured in the NIC the primary IP address and under the advanced tab I have added the secondary IP address however this has caused an undesired effect under R ...
I have a VPN server set up on a vigor 2865. I now want to allow one external ip address, or anyone connected to this vpn, access to a website on an internal server. This website uses a public dns name to resolve to my public ip address. e.g. mysite.mycompany.com
If I port forward 80/443 to the internal server then anyone can access the site. This works fine.
If I add a firewall rule to only allow ac ...
I have reached the limit of 5 cloud routers per region, if I edit the quotas I can see only a project limit, is it possible to increase the limit of 5 cloud routers per region? if yes, how?
Also I noticed that I can create another cloud router in a different region, if I use a different region where the resources are located which are the considerations to do (connectivity, latency, costs)
To optimi ...
So I'm trying to connect to PPPOE but they had this config to do which i don't know how to translate to OPNsense The initial configuration:(click on the link to see it) https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/52349593/133879783-bf121e2f-401e-4a8d-b7a8-d9444444e316.png
This is my current config (click on the link to see it) https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/52349593/133879887-eb7b7230-5fc2-433f- ...
I get two differents Linksys routers : WAG54GX2 and WAP54G.
I tried to get the IP address to reset the routers correctly and verify if they are still working. So I use the RJ45 cable on my routers and linked them to my computer.
Then, I tried the default address : 192.168.1.1, I get nothing...
So I tried the cmd
ipconfig/all, I get :
Configuration IP de Windows Nom de l’hôte . . . . . . . . . . : ...
In one of our production server automatically set
hostnamectl status shows
Static hostname: abc11.example.com Transient hostname: I Icon name: computer-vm Chassis: vm Machine ID: xxxxxx Boot ID: xxxxxx Virtualization: microsoft Operating System: CentOS Linux 7 (Core) CPE OS Name: cpe:/o:centos:centos:7 Kernel: L ...
I've encountered this situation where I'm to access the switch from my router: Here is what i have set:
- Lan (DHCP 192.168.50.1 , DHCPIPV6)
- WAN (DHCP 192.168.80.1,DHCPIPV6)
- Mikrotik (DHCP 192.168.80.1,DHCPIPV6) [connected to Mikrotik network switch]
- VLAN_Mikrotik (DHCP 192.168.81.1, DHCPIPV6)
click on this image to see it
When i type 192.168.88.1 (Mikrotik Default IP) i cannot access it. Because this ...
I have a Ubuntu 20.04.2 laptop that i intend to turn into a router. I have two network cards one is wireless (wl01) which is connected to Internet. I have an ethernet card (enp3s0) IP ADDRESS 192.168.0.1 to which i want to connect an Access Point that can provide connectivity to other clients.
The output of /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward is 1 I then proceeded with the following commands.
iptables -t nat ...
I'm aware of NAT table. I just want to know what happens if two clients in a private local area network want to download exactly the same resource on the same port? In other words , When a packet comes from the server, how can the router decide which client is supposed to get this packet?
If I'm not wrong, the incoming packet from the server has destination IP address of the router which is publi ...
We switched our internet connection and now something wired is going on.
I am using a TP Link Archer 1600 modem.
The ISP asked me to set connection type as "Dynamic IP" under EWAN settings. Internet is working just fine.
But my modem shows the below IP is assigned by the ISP:
But when I use the external website to find my public IP I get a different one:
My router is configured to update no-ip. ...
After a recent upgrade to Debian 11 on my router I noticed that my desktop (current W10) only sporadically gets replies when doing a traceroute across the router, usually just * * *, rarely a single reply. Several other systems (Linux/Windows) work fine, so does everything else. Using tcpdump on the router I see the incoming ICMP messages but no replies from the router. Comparing a dump from my desktop ...
This is the picture of my GNS3 project, which includes Cisco Router, Ethernet Switch, and a list of my client VMs.
If this project was created on my physical server, these are the settings I will add on Cisco Router level so that it could handle the upstream and downstream traffic.
conf ter ip dhcp pool LANPOOL ... exit interface fastEthernet 0/0 ip address <OUTER IP ADDRESS> 255.255.255. ...
How do I configure two addresses to access other frontends / different ports, for example:
I've just started learning IPv6. I have a router running OpenWrt and I would like to configure it to use IPv6. As I know this address can be assigning to a client with or without DHCPv6 server. Do you know what is the default configuration on popular routers? Which method is used? Statefull, stateless or statefull + stateless?
I am working on a router between an external radio/modem and my device, where the router makes a dial-up connection using the ppp protocol to the radio and sets an iptables rules between the received radio IP and my device's IP.
I have the following routes:
Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface default 192.168.1000.101 0.0.0.0 UG 0 0 ...