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Questions tagged [route-server]

For questions about routing on a server, where the server has been converted to function as a network device. For instance, you have setup a pfSense linux server and need to configure a static route.

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Problem about nat and server turn [closed]

The site is local, but I configured apache2 so that it is visible from the outside, registering a domain, exposing a public IP (that of my modem / NAT / router) and redirecting traffic. Nevertheless, ...
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Permit only WEB server in ACL on router? [closed]

In that topology I need to configure 192.168.1.0/24 will block 10.10.20.20 host 192.168.2.0/24 will block 10.10.10.0/24 network All users can view web page but can't ping etc ... I done that top 2 ...
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How is traffic forwarded though IXPs if route servers do not forward any traffic

while i was studying about IXP route-servers, i read that they do not forward any traffic. I get that a route server is a "control plane" entity and it is used for easier bgp peering. However, i ...
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Setting up a GPS TCP server [closed]

I am working on a project where we are using a GSM modem with built in GPS system. The modem has setting to send GPS signal NMEA format to a remote TCP server. Can someone consult on where should i ...
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Accessing Servers behind double NAT [closed]

Basically, I want to know every possible way to access Linux servers or any other devices located behind ISP'S (Carrier-grade NAT) and our local NAT. I have used VPN and forward-reverse tunneling ...
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How to assign IPs in server interfaces when connected to two similar routers [closed]

I need to connect two similar routers with the IPs 192.160.2.4/24 and 192.160.2.6/24 (in the same 192.160.2.0/24 network) to 2 server interfaces (ports) in the same server as shown in the image. ...
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Why is the internet *not free?

I understand that the reason we pay the ISPs is to rent the equipment used to connect with the rest of the world us such as the optic fibers, the cellular towers, the satellites. However, if I want to ...
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Is every Switch capable of Network Access Server?

i am learning about Radius Server and particularly freeRadius. NAS devices are responsible for sending Authentication requests to the Radius Server. NAS devices include like Switch, wireless access ...
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How do I route a public /24 subnet?

I have from my isp a static ip X.X.X.X and an unrouted public subnet Y.Y.Y.0/24 registred at ripe. An ex-coworker of mine setup a server that does the routing which have te folowing config: ISP----...
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Unable to ping 192.168.x.x series

My camera IP is in range of 192.168.x.x and I'm using IP in the range of 10.x.x.x series DHCP. When I assign my PC a static IP 10.x.x.x and additional ip 192.168.x.x I am able to ping my camera ip. ...
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Setup Linux Multicasting Router for RHEL 6 [closed]

This is my first visit into the world of network multicasting on Linux. I understand how to change the ethernet port configuration and system routing tables to add multicasting. I want setup a ...
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Is it possible for 1 server to serve two different subnets?

I was wondering if it is possible for a server to serve two different subnets? I am new to networking so I'm getting confused. I am using Cisco packet tracer and would like to configure a web and ...
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Site-to-Site VPNs

I'm having some problems with our networks and I'm wondering if anyone has some ideas. We have recently moved to a cloud server (we went with UKFast) to host our network - it's main use is for the ...
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Small church organization [closed]

I have just started up my own business in developing networks for small companies and I have my first gig. The gig will be in a small church and it only has one computer but he wants to expand and ...
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Same port number on subnet

I am in review of an IOT(Internet of Things) Project . Earlier my wifi devices were connected to a central hub which ran the webserver from an ip obtained from customer home router and on a dedicated ...
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Does distance to nearest IXP affect download speeds?

Out of my element here, but...imagine one person lives 100 miles away from the nearest internet exchange point, while another person lives 200 miles away, would there be a measurable difference on ...
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Route servers and looking glasses - what are they?

I've heard the term "route server" and "looking glass" thrown around here. What are they, and why should I care?