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  1. [SOLVED] Re: Problem at fixing the "ndiswrapper module not found" problem

    Hi,



    you probably don't have the right kernel header package.



    should correct this error message.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Networking - Forwarding Issues

    Hi,

    that should work, no need to enable NAT onto your Ubuntu server.

    What are the hosts onto the LAN ? What's their routing table ?

    Steve
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    Re: Forwarding data From ETH0 to BR0

    Since your virtual machines are in a RFC1918 address space (ie non routed over the Internet), you'll need to perform IP translation somewhere.
    I then notice the /32 on your eth0:0, it means you'll...
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    [ubuntu] Re: routing and forwarding problem

    Hi,

    it's a straightforward topology, it should work.
    You will need to masquerade if the upstream router has no entry for the eth2 subnet in its routing table.

    Steve
  5. Re: Make things work in spite of a bad router? Two vlans same hardware, no 802.1q

    From a pure TCP/IP prospective, both IP source and destination have no clue they're onto the same cable therefore packets should go through their local IP gateway (the AT&T gawteway).

    You should...
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    Re: two isp and iptables prerouting

    This command adds a default route in the main routing table.

    To stay consistent with your design, you would need the following commands :


    ip route add default via xx.yy.47.137 table uplink1...
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    Re: ubuntu router: ping works but not http

    It means your client sends IP packets with the DF bit set.
    Then the Cisco 2100 sends an ICMP T3,C4 when it needs to forward an IP packet larger than the MTU of the outgoing interface.

    I would...
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Proxy-arp settings for multiple network cards

    Hi,

    If you want the eth0 & eth1 IP subnets to access the Internet, you just need to enable SNAT in your server.
    Pretty sure Google will help :-)

    Steve
  9. [SOLVED] Re: VRRP not passing LDAPS traffic on port 636

    Hi,

    not sure that would work by default.

    A VRRP address is a very special address (there's no entry in /etc/network/interfaces for example). As such, a VRRP address has no direct access to the...
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    Sticky: Re: Welcome to the Forums - Introduce yourself here

    Hi All !

    Greetings from Europe ):P

    I'm Steve, leaving in France and working in the IT industry (switching/routing stuff).

    Crossed Linux a couple of years ago :P
    I like the Ubuntu distro...
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    Re: How to install Ndiswrapper

    Hi,

    I've been struggling against the AE2500 as well :-(

    The post here after

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1805830&p=11811107#post11811107

    was my starting point...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Routes Not Switching Back.

    Hi,

    until we don't know more on how you configured the routing stuff, it's not easy to help...

    How do you trigger the backup ?

    Steve
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    [ubuntu] Re: Network Between vLANs

    Assuming your interfaces are eth0 (10.10.200.254/24), eth1 (10.10.203.254/23), eth2 (10.10.206.254/24) correctly configured in /etc/network/interfaces

    1) Edit /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server to let...
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