Having used macOS, I know "ping -A" will make a beep every time a host is unreachable. It came in handy at times when my internet would act up. I want to do the same, but virtualization of the whole OS is kinda unnecessary. I tried grabbing FreeBSD source code, and individually compiling "ping"...
I'm wondering if anyone has encountered the problem I'm having.
I have OpenVPN 2.5.1 server on FreeBSD 12.2 using UDP. Then I'm using Windows 10 client to connect to the server. Now, I connect to the openvpn. Everything works fine, I can ping/ssh/whatsoever. Then I disconnect the VPN and...
Thanks in advance.
I ran the following command:
ping 126.96.36.199 &
The command was running continuously and even ctrl+c multiple times could'nt stop it finally had to reboot.
Can someone please explain why this happened ?
So I just installed FreeBSD in Dual Boot with Windows 10 and everything was fine during the install and during the install it downloaded the files it needed I have a wi-fi connection by the way. I looked at wpa_supplicant.conf and everything was right and I look at resolv.conf and here is what I...
On starting my PC, I could not get the icmp commands (ping, etc) to work. Needless to say services like email don't work but not web servers, which surprisingly work. Webpages are accessible. I always have to run "service pf reload" but email server and icmp commands would work.
Below is my pf...
I'm fairly new to FreeBSD and I recently installed it (10.3) on my computer. The installation went well and after I rebooted I tried to ping google and was greeted by this: "ping: sendto: No route to host" I looked for a solution but I could not find one, any help will be greatly appreciated.
I installed FreeBSD 10.3 and got strange result with configuration of em0 interface:
em0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 1500
inet 188.8.131.52 netmask 0xfffffff0...
My servers Dreamer and Wren each have two interfaces, connected to two routers. The re0 interfaces are connected to the 192.168.14.* subnet, and the re1 interfaces are connected to the 192.168.1.* subnet. The 192.168.1.* subnet originates at a Verizon router, which is also upstream from an...
Was trying to enable ping from within the jail created using sysutils/ezjail , however on a web search I was getting different ways of configuring the same parameters, which is confusing.
The following did not work: