The ‘Linux networking’ Archives
Posted January 3, 2008 by

Linux: How To Find the Default Gateway

Whether you’re troubleshooting network problems or trying to set up a VPN, knowing what address your computer has configured as the default gateway is always useful. Running a simple command from the terminal can give you this.

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Posted February 2, 2004 by

RedHat Linux IP Forwarding

Use the following to enable IP (IPv4) Forwarding in RedHat linux.

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Posted September 5, 2003 by

Disable ICMP echo (ping) responses in Linux

Many malicious attacks begin with a ping scan. Disabling ICMP echo requests prevents your system’s discovery with a ping.

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Posted September 3, 2003 by

Determine Linux ethernet interface speed and duplex

Determine the auto-negotiated Ethernet connection speed and duplex using the mii-tool command.

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Posted September 3, 2003 by

Force the speed and duplex of a Linux ethernet interface

Using mii-tool, the speed and duplex of an ethernet interface can be set manually.

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