1. F

    Configure different specific default routes, nameserver, searchdomains etc. for different networks, bound to different nics

    Hello, sorry, if my question ist stupid. I want to configure a freebsd-server, that has different nic's, bound to different networks. For example em0 - / 24 - defaultrouter - nameserver, a.a.a.a, ... - search domain lan.home.arpa em1 - / 24 - defaultrouter...
  2. scotia

    Need help specifying args in rc.conf for node_exporter

    Hi all, I've been struggling for an hour to pass additional arguments to the Prometheus node_exporter daemon in /etc/rc.conf. The help for node_exporter provides an example argument (mount points to ignore) as: --collector.filesystem.ignored-mount-points="^/(dev)($|/)"...
  3. jsaunders

    Solved ipv6 and downing interfaces

    I am seeking help here as despite reading the documentation for rc.conf I am clearly missing something. I wish vtnet0 to be disabled on boot along with ipv6 being disabled on vtnet1. I am perhaps being lead astray from the output so forgive me, I am a new user to BSD. rc.conf...
  4. tommiie

    Running a Subversion server

    Hey all, I want to get started with Subversion (perhaps I should go for Git as there is quite an abundance of documentation on that) and part of that is setting up my own svn server—as, as far as I'm aware, there is no github for Subversion. Now I'm trying to figure out how to start...
  5. J

    Solved Bring up interface with no IP addresses assigned (for VLAN-tagged sub-interfaces)

    Though obvious in retrospect, how to bring up a "master" interface through /etc/rc.conf without an IP address assigned was not easy to find. The application is when all traffic through the interface is to be VLAN-tagged. ifconfig_re0="up" # Otherwise re0.NNN are not created vlans_re0="100"...
  6. F

    xdm_enable="YES" does not work?

    As per the Handbook, I've always turned XDM on in /etc/ttys, however I've noted that SirDice has mentioned numerous times that it should instead be enabled in /etc/rc.conf. So last night I gave it a go and XDM never loaded after a reboot, I was left with a console login screen. I've tried it...
  7. dave

    IPFW Simple IPFW Setup From Handbook Locks Me Out

    Hello, /etc/rc.conf firewall_enable="YES" firewall_type="open" ...followed by... sudo service ipfw start ...results in immediate loss of all connectivity. Am I missing something? FreeBSD 10.2-RELEASE-p7