My Linux machine's all Ethernet ports are connected to Cisco 2960SCG switch. Linux machine is having two Ethernet cards. First one is using "e1000" Ethernet driver and the second one is with "nxge" Ethernet driver.
Problem is; I am successful while trying to delete VLAN interfaces over motherboard PCI Ethernet card, but if i try the same on other PCI card the following messages are coming,and soon system getting hanged.
Message from syslogd@ at Wed Feb 10 17:48:11 2010 ... localhost kernel: unregister_netdevice: waiting for eth5.390 to become free. Usage count = 4
Bofore using nxge based Ethernet card I used e1000 based only, for that also I had same problem.
I have configured dhcp3-server on my debian box and I'm wanting to offer dhcp on one of the vlan interfaces. The dhcp is functioning but when I test applying it to a different vlan, the original PC can still get an IP. For example: eth1 has vlan100 and vlan200. Our managed switch has the ports configured such the pc1 is on vlan100 and pc2 is on vlan2. This works fine and I can inter-route between vlans with static IPs. Our dhcp config is currently set as:
I need to set a NAC (PacketFence) system , i would like to set in my case eth0 to work with several different VLAN'S i created ifcfg-eth0.2 copied from orginal ifcfg-eth0 and changed the ip and append VLAN=yes but when i am triyng to load ifcfg-eth0.2 i get error
Before going to vlan topic I have basic question. I have a gateway as 10.209.108.1/22 if I am connecting gateway to cisco 3750 switch port 1 can I use remaining ports to connect via above gateway? I mean suppose I am connecting NIC to port 2 and IP 10.209.111.200 can i ping 10.209.108.1? Is this valid without configuring any vlan or anything on switch?
I need to set a NAC (PacketFence) system (CentOS 5.5), i would like to set in my case eth0 to work with several different VLAN'S i created ifcfg-eth0.2 copied from orginal ifcfg-eth0 and changed the ip and append VLAN=yes but when i am triyng to load ifcfg-eth0.2 i get error
my ifcfg-eth0 goes as follow
# Intel Corporation 82578DM Gigabit Network Connection # Normal VLAN Lan adapter (Managment)(On-boad 1st NIC) DEVICE=eth0
Using Fedora 10, can anyone tell me how to setup the network scripts to create two network interfaces for vlan x and y. Both interfaces should obtain an ip from dhcp and both interfaces should run over eth0.
I'm trying to create EoIP interface on ubuntu so i can create a simple tunnel to my mikrotik router. Is there anyone know how or even done that? If EoIP is not possible, is there any other simple way?
I had already read and thought about doing it with OpenVPN, but when I read the community documentation for OpenVPN on ubuntu 10.10, I fear it won't connect the tunnel to mikrotik OpenVPN server, since OpenVPN on ubuntu uses 2 certificate and 2 key files(as i read on the docs), but mikrotik configuration, i can see only 1 certificate can be applied on. This confuses me and make me decide to use EoIP(but i can't find any tutorial/docs about it). I don't actually need the encryption and security, i just need to create a tunnel for ubuntu and mikrotik.
Basically I am looking for a simple way to create a universal nickname/alias for a interface.We ship servers that have upto 6 NICs on them. The user can have those NIC configured as either ethN, bondN or vlanN interfaces. As we need to provide NIC status information we would like to be able to run commands such as
Code: ifconfig INTERFACE1 that would map to whatever the user had already configured.
So Linux does an excellent job in managing rights per user. You all know the file and process management.
But is it also possible to create a virtual private network interface?
Say Linux user John Doe (jdoe) wants to test network software without being root and disturbing the real netif. Can you create an interface that belongs to jdoe only? Like eth0, eth1 and ethJdoe, making ethJdoe belonging to jdoe.
I see there is a driver module for network card in my system. I have 2 identical network cards in my system the 1st one works well, but the second one.. My system refuses to create interface on it.... lspci
I am a noob in Ubuntu and I would like to create and script or file which when clicked sets my WiFi interface's power lower, down to 7dBm. I already know how to do it by typing on the terminal, I just write:
I am working with ubuntu (linux) and have to create a graphical user interface. The GUI is a 2-D plot that have to plot a point. The point ( x and y co-ordinates) are not hardcoded, and are coming from another file (another piece of code written in c / python). I was thinking to use Glade with c/python to create this. But, I am not sure how to start with this.
I want to create a Java Servlet that will interface with a shared object (.so) library. The library is a component provided by a SDK manufacturer. This Java Servlet will be hosted on Apache Tomcat running in the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Cloud.
Does anyone know what is the best open source proxy solution out there? What we need out of the proxy are the following: Access Control - There should be a web interface for managers to login and create proxy user ID's for external people Good password complexity requirement Lock down the allowed websites
I'm preparing to "follow" these directions which will make VirtualBox's networking behave like VMWare's "NAT" networking. Of course, these instructions are for a Ubuntu/Debian setup.
I am quite certain that I can write a script that'll do the equivalent steps on my Fedora 11 box -- which is acceptable to me. I would, however, like to know how to splice this stuff into NetworkManager and/or /etc/sysconfig/networking/devices/, to do this the "right" way.
The desired networking behavior: -VM's get assigned addresses via DHCP on a virtual network -VM's can talk to each other and to their physical host -VM traffic out to the 'real world' is NATted
i have configured transparent squid with dansguardian for content filtering i used this squid server ip on client gateway(not on browser) for content filtering, is it possible that i could use this squid server in different VLAN.
I am trying to provide dynamic IP addresses for devices that are on a different VLAN (101). The server is currently providing 172.17.x.x/16 range for its own VLAN (417). My server is RHEL4 and DHCPD is version 3.0.1. The core switch (Cisco 3750) is configured with ip-helper on VLAN 101 interfacce. Here is my dhcpd.conf file: