How do I obtain a "busybox linux" router WAN ip address?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 19, 2006
I'm trying to write a small script for someone, incorporating iptables, so that they can do like I do, and test their web server from behind a NAT router, the script is small, but I need to be able to find a way to use a variable to look at the router's ppp0 setting and return the WAN IP address, EG.
$WAN_IP = [the ppp0 setting]
$LAN_IP = web server static LAN IP
$PORT = port used for various services, IE, 80 = web, 21 = FTP, etc etc
iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING --dst $WAN_IP -p tcp --dport $PORT -j DNAT --to-destination $LAN_IP
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING --dst $LAN_IP -p tcp --dport $PORT -j SNAT --to-source $WAN_IP
He used the above command directly into the router via telnet (substituting the $ variables with the actual IP addresses), but during a storm, the router would need to be powered down thus resulting in a change of WAN IP address when the router is powered back up, hence the need for the script and a variable to read the ppp0 setting to return the router
How do I find out what my IP Address?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 17, 2006
Can anyonw tell me how can I find what my RHLE4 workstation IP address? I tried going to terminal type IFCONFIG but telling the command is not know. I am able to get to the internet both external and internal.
Thanks for any suggestion.
How do you check what your local IP address is from a konsole. Using Kubuntu.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2007
Well, ive decided to tackle NFS network shares. Seems to be the safest way to share files from my laptop to my main pc.
The network is running via DHCP. So all the address are automatically rolled out.
How do I find out the IP address on each machine, so that I can use it in the following mount command.
how do I set up dual wan linux router
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 9, 2011
I want to make a dual wan router with firewall (I was thinking of using firestarter) and dhcp. I need VoIP phones to pass through it as well as SSH. could someone point me to the documentation. I need the firewall to be easily modified as we will be adding more devices down the road that need to be opened.
[SOLVED] How do I pronounce Linux then?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2008
Having just installed Linux, i'd like to pronounce it properly. I've been calling it Line-ux to sound like Linus [Torvalds]; but I keep hearing it called Lin-ux.
Which is correct?
How do YOU pronounce Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 16, 2008
Just out of curiosity, after watching the Documentation "Revolution OS".
I came to realise I may have been mispronouncing Linux for all this time I've used it.
Or am I?
Forgive me for knowing "proper english", words like seise, recognise, colour, petrol, toilet, tyres... (and many, many more words that americans improperly spell).
But I always thought Linux was pronounced in the terms of:
Line - [Lie-n]Linen - [Lie-Nen]Linux - [Lie-Nux]
And yet everyone on the film said "Linux" as in [Lin-Nux].
But, in my mind, surely it would of have to be spelt "Linnux" in order to do so.
Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, Vowel = first vowel is pronounced softly.
tiger [Tie-Ger]tune [Choo-N]motion [Mo-Shon]phones [Fo-Ns]
Consonant, Vowel, Consonant, Consonant, Vowel = first vowel is pronounced hard.
conform [Con-Form]lesson [Less-son]passive [Pass-Sive]wallet [Woh-Let]
Or am I just being crazy here and shouldn't question how a name is pron
How do you pronounce linux?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 26, 2004
Does anyone know the "correct" pronounciation of linux?
How do I install linux os in a crashed window xp.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 4, 2009
My cousin had this Window xp home-edition that crashed recently. He can't repair without a recovery CD. Now I wanted him to install Ubuntu Linux OS in his computer. I'm new to this, how can he reformat his computer and install Linux OS from a downloaded CD or DVD.
How do I create Linux cluster nodes
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 24, 2013
I am building a cluster (without ROCKS, I am doing this for educational purposes). I have been reading from numerous places that this is an easy thing to do but it doesn't seem so (or perhaps I have been reading something wrong). I am making a cluster with the Debian operating system and I know about the NFS, SSH and MPI installations that need to occur in order to get it to work. But the one thing that all of the tutorials fail to cover is how to install the nodes. Do I need to just perform a regular install on the nodes and connect them to the server or is there more to it. I thought that all of the programs and operating systems will be stored on the server and NFS will be exporting those parts of the disk onto the node. if that is the case then how do I go about doing it without installing an operating system on the node and MPI without it.(unless I read this wrong).
Documentation such as this one don't give a clear indication on how to install the node.
How do i map linux on Windows?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 24, 2004
I have a linux server and a couple of windows machines on my network all under one router. I also have one external drive which i want to use as a backup drive. I cannot setup the my backup drive on the server as it slows down. I need a way to backup the linux server /home /usr folder on to the backup drive which has been installed on one of the windows machines. Is there a way i could access these two folder on my windows machine and use some back up tool to backup the folder on to the external backup drive.
Please help me!!!!!!!!!
Thanks in advance
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