Networking :: Server On Multiple VLANs Server Not Responding To Pings From Non-local Subnets?
Jul 14, 2010
I've got a machine running Ubuntu Server that is on several VLANs. Each VLAN has its own subnet and the server has an address on each subnet. The switches are set to allow tagged traffic to the server for each VLAN that it is on. Switch ports ending with workstations are given untagged ports on whatever VLAN is appropriate. Workstations are given addresses on a subnet for each VLAN via DHCP. All this works great and hosts on any subnet/VLAN can access the server as normal via its address on that subnet/VLAN.
Accessing the machine by its address on a non-local subnet is where I run into a problem. Inter-subnet traffic has to go through a router, which has been set up appropriately. Running tcpdump on the server and pinging it from a workstation on a subnet, using its address on a different subnet, shows the server receives the ping, but sends no response:
sudo tcpdump -i vlan4 -n
tcpdump: verbose output suppressed, use -v or -vv for full protocol decode
i have two subnets with different gateways.i am thinking of connecting them via a linux server which would enable them to communicate.but i dont know how to proceed for getting this done.how should the connection be made and what should be the configuration settings on the linux server.
I'm trying to build a linux(fedora 12) dhcpd server(and gateway), that have 3 network cards(eth0 have with public ip, eth1 192.168.2.1 class and eth3 with 192.168.3.1 class).
Because I have just a switch, I want to put both cables(from eth1, eth2) in the switch. Every client has 2 network card(eth0, eth1). My question is, is there any way to conf eth0 to take from server ip from 192.168.2.1 class, and eth1 from 192.168.3.1? The internet will work only on eth0.
I have a Ubuntu server with multiple NICs and I'm just thinking about a potential scenario that might come up soon.
Imagine I have a network on floor 1 with an independent cable connection to my Ubuntu server -> switch -> assorted devices, on the subnet 192.168.0.x Now imagine friends upstairs have another independent network with cable -> router -> assorted devices, on subnet 192.168.1.x.
How can I set up my server to provide access for the 1.x subnet to the 0.x and vice versa. Ideally the devices all access internet from their appropriate subnet. I've read something about bridging, is this what I need?
I have one main subnet 192.168.50.0/24 with a defaultrouter 192.168.50.1 connected to the internet. I have an NFS server on that network. Everything is working as desired and machines are able to see each other and access the internet.
Now, I would like to add two more interfaces to the NFS server (running Slackware Linux), each on its own different subnet, say 192.168.51.0/24 and 192.168.52.0/24. The clients on those new subnets should also be able to access the internet (through the router 192.168.50.1). how to setup routing? Do I need any additional hardware router in between, or just a software configuration on the NFS server?
On a side note I have VLAN capable switches (couple of ProCurve 1800-24G) and would like to separate the three subnets using VLANs instead of using three separate switches.
I am trying to setup a HP blade (BL460) server with 2 nics on sles10sp3. I want one nic to connect to a management vlan and and second to connect to the standard network. It should be possible for a desktop in the standard network to connect to either nic by providing the correct ip address.use this server as our first virtualisation hosts server using Xen. I dont want traffic used to upload / download images to the server through nic1 to effect the users traffic on the standard network on nic2. However any attempt at routing (which Im not good at) has led to the tx traffic all going out the default route (users subnet).
Each time I setup the nics via yast2 lan I can get the standard lan nic working ok. but cannot get the management nic working correctly. The server can ping a workstation on another vlan, but the workstation cannot ping the management nic. The default route appears to be forcing all traffic on the host out through this route, which I presume is normal behaviour. Using tcpdump I can see the ping packets received by the server, the server then responds through the default gateway, which the workstation does not see.
However, this normal behaviour will result in extra traffic on the users network when image downloads are initiated from the management interface.If I use a 172.24.1.0 network routed through 172.24.1.1 router setup as our management vlan , and 18.104.22.168 with router 22.214.171.124 as our lan for general users. Where server ips are nic1 10.1.1.10 and nic2 126.96.36.199 My workstation would be 188.8.131.52. If I ping the server at 10.1.1.10 I get no response. If I ping the server at 184.108.40.206 no problem.
Basically I used the network setup recommended by vmware to manage a virtual server. I actually have 4 nics, I thought by just talking about 2 nics the problem would be easier to explain. vmware specify that two nics should be used for management and two for the Lan. This is what I am trying to achieve, but both subnets must operate independently.
I will cut to the chase. I am running three ubuntu computers on my local network:my desktop which runs ethernet, and two laptops which run wireless on the same network, and all from the same router. For purpose of this thread, I am concentrating on this one issue with pulse(assuming its pulse doing this). When I have two computers running at the same time, or even all three, I can hear bursts of sound coming from the other computer, not all the time, but consistently. I don't know what is causing this. I've searched hi and low in all ubuntu pulse audio forums and those mentioning pulseaudio and I have not seen this issue posted anywhere. Most threads deal with issues of not being able to get pulse to recognise audio from one computer to the other...mine is just the opposite...I'M TRYING TO STOP THIS FROM HAPPENING!...... If I'm listening to my music on my desktop, I don't want to hear what my son is playing on his laptop...and vice versa. all the computers at my home are running lucid lynx, latest updates and latest approved kernel as of the date of this post. 2.6.32-26-generic.
I'm trying configure my server for routing between vlans, but I'm having troubles with my server after that vlans are set. I can create vlans and routing is OK, but when I trying remove a vlan, restart the network script or restart the server, the CLI freeze and then I can't do anything. Even Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Z isn't work. I can use other terminal or do other SSH connection (if the network interface used by ssh isn't crashed), but if I try use a ifconfig per example, crash again. The unique solution is restart the server. Nothing about this is found in the log.
Currently have a problem with my LTSP server when using a gigabit switch with a megabit thin client.I am using K12LTSP with Fedora 9.The thin clients get most of the way through booting up then I get error messages saying:nfs: server 172.31.6.1 not responding, still trying.I don't get this problem if I use a 100 meg switch though.I have found several forum posts on the internet which all seem to point to the following webpage with a solution:However, when I make the recommended changes It doesnt make a difference.Below is an example of the default file located at /var/lib/tftpboot/ltsp/i386/pxelinux.cfg with its default settings:
As i've installed the new fedora update packets ,i've seemed to develope a strange networking problem .. Network description Fedora 15 with 3 LAN adaptors eth0 > LAN (IP address 192.168.0.254)eth1 > network connected to a pppoe conection eth2 > WAN to another provider. Ok so let's ignore eth2 because i've disable mangle(i was using trafic shifting on some ports). So now i'm using it as a simple NAT server .. so the problem is : >>my server is not responding to the traceroute command is it should .. the network works thou but this is what i get. C:UsersDUAL>tracert google.ro
I am bit new to Linux and have setup caching-only name server with Centos 5.5. when i do dig server, it provide resolutions. but when i use the server IP as DNS on my windows client, it says, "connection refused" on the NSlookup output. (IP table didn't enable) My server Ip is 192.168.1.253 and bellow is the configuration of "/var/named/chroot/etc/named.conf"
I'm trying to setup a DHCP server that serves several different VLANs, we have 5 in total. Our network is working correctly, with static IPs, we're able to ping across without any issues.
When I connect my debian box to an interface on VLAN5, statically assign an address in the correct range, it works. Similarly with all other VLANs.
To configure this box as a DHCP, I set one of the ports on the switch as trunk, connect that to the debian box to allow all VLAN traffic to reach my debian box.
I setup DHCP following the steps on [URL] ....
Then I configured different VLANs by following the steps on [URL] .....
However, with the vlans setup, I am unable to ping anything. This is essentially what I did.
Code: Select allSet the port on the switch to trunk with 802.1 encapsulation disable eth0 vconfig add eth0 5 # to add vlan 5 ifconfig eth0.5 192.168.5.254 netmask 255.255.255.0 up vconfig add eth0 5 # to add vlan 10 ifconfig eth0.5 192.168.10.254 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
I do not know why I am unable to get any connectivity through my VLAN interfaces.
I have eth0 for administration, and vlans eth0.2 eth0.3 and br0 for resource seperation. My esternal interface is ra0.each internal interface is on a seperate subnet, and I have dhcpd giving connecting devices ip addresses out of their assigned network. I want all of the devices to be able to access the internet through NAT, I need to allow them to communicate with port 80 on eth0's subnet
I am connecting servers using NFS4 the shared directories are on servers running Debian 4 while the one who read from them is Debian 5.0.3. The problem is one of these shared servers suddenly stop responding and you cannot list it from Debian 5 server, also df hang, and the web application that is using it does not respond to requests that use this shared directory since it is blocked. Then the load on the server start to increase until the server cannot respond (over 90). I have found many entries in the syslog that refer to this like:
ma25555 kernel: [1200285.732919] nfs: server 10.xxx.xxx.xxx not responding, still trying Dec 31 08:16:33 ma25555 kernel: [1200289.815378] INFO: task java:9702 blocked for more than 120 seconds. Dec 31 08:16:33 ma25555 kernel: [1200289.835249] "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message. code....
I have tried the connection between the 2 servers using ping for one day and all are OK (zero lost)
There are 3 other servers that are running Debian 4 and are working fine.
5.5 (64bit). My server goes into non responding state where I can't telnet, ftp or ssh server whereas PING is the only thing which works at that time. I need to hard reboot server to get it back online. This is happening very frequently in fact yesterday and today server went inaccessible. which log file should I look into to find out the reasons of this inaccessibility?
What I need is some information to be studied and learned by me in order to be able to create with Ubuntu Server an Internet Gateway Server. From my ISP I get about 50 public routable IPs through DHCP. Into my LAN I need to forward this public routable IPs to machines but I want to be able to manage bandwidth and also to be able to enable or disable Internet access for every client machine. Maybe with subnets? Maybe with dchp really? It would be nice if it would possible through DHCP!
have to create a webhost on an running fedora server which runs multiple webpages + a coldfusion serveri have to add an coldfusion virtual host to these.what i would do:*crate a new user & group*enter vhosts.conf and copy an existing host and modify it for the new one.*create an new folder and copy the main files (phpstarter and webroot) *chown the files for the right useri think an apache graceful would be needet
I am using CentOS 5.5 (64 bit) on a Quad core server having 8 GB RAM. This server has MySQL server 5.1.47 installed. THis server goes non responding state after every 20 to 60 days. SSH, telnet doesn't work at that time however PING works fine. I have to hard reboot the server to get it back on track. Can anybody let me know what logs/files should I look into to find out that what happens to the server when it went to non responding state?
I am trying to connect to a nfs server on my local network ( the server is a fedora 12 box ) using slackware 13.1 but I am having some problems. First of all I am sure that the server is configured ok and my desktop can ping the server but when I try :
mount -t nfs 10.0.0.1:/home/usr/file /home/usr/tmp I get the following error : mount.nfs: No route to host
And when I try to rpcinfo -p 10.0.0.1 I get the error :
rpcinfo: can't contact portmapper: RPC: Remote system error - No route to host