Tag Archives: Linux Networking HowTo’s

Configuring IP on Linux from the Command Line (RedHat,CentOS,Fedora)

Configuring IP on Linux from the Command Line (RedHat,CentOS,Fedora) This guide assumes that you are adding an the IP on eth0. If you are doing this on another Eth card (i.e. eth1) just adjust the eth numbers accordingly  

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DSL/ADSL/XDSL – Installing/Configuring

To Install/Configure DSL/ADSL On RedHat/Centos Linux:    Check to see if pppoe is installed rpm –qa | grep rp-pppoe if not then: yum install rp-pppoe After the install, run  adsl-setup and input your settings /sbin/ifup ppp0 or adsl-start To stop … Continue reading

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SSH Blocking How To using Iptables

This quick how to is for those linux admin/users who have there Linux server accessible to the outside world. Don’t you hate when those bots start hitting you with a ssh dictionary attack??? Well block using IPTABLES. Here I will … Continue reading

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How to setup a network interface

I will try to make this tutorial as general as possible, as I can give you the REDHAT way of doing things as concerns to where REDHAT base systems maintain there networking files or Gentoo based systems…etc Lets start with … Continue reading

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How to log in IPTABLES

Welcome again to LinuxDynasty.org. In this quick how to, we are going to show you how to get iptables to log when it drops packets. In the previous tutorial SSH BLOCKING HOW TO we showed you how to drop those … Continue reading

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How to change Duplexing/Speed

In this tutorial we will show you how to view your speed/duplexing setting and also changing your duplexing/speed settings To view you interface settings, run this.."ethtool eth0"

  To change your settings for eth0 you will have to do … Continue reading

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How to add a virtual interface

How to add Virtual Interfaces!!! Here we will show you how to add a virtual interface To do this manually and not set it as default you will do this… "ifconfig eth0:0 192.168.101.6 netmask 255.255.255.0 up"

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