How to configure in /etc/rc.conf an interface with "ether random" so that the MAC address is not the same as the main interface?
For example when creating a VLAN I use something like:
create_args_vlan0="vlan 4000 vlandev em0 mtu 1400 fib 1"
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This post was made late in the night in the middle of frenzied network troubleshooting. I was not thinking stright. It is not possible to configure DHCP for ue0 on bootup, and given the nature of USB Tethering, it is not useful even if it did exist. You will always have the...
I have a problem with my vlan configuration and sshd
my virtual machine is connected do a dhcp server,
network is 10.0.2.0
netmask is 255.255.255.0
dhcp-range is 10.0.2.2-100
In my rc.conf
em0 will get ip 10.0.2.15
with this, sshd is reachable on 10.0.2.15
I am setting up a gemini protocol server written in go called "molly brown" link to git repository.
I have placed its bianary file in /usr/local/sbin/molly-brown
I placed its initscript at /etc/rc.d/molly
This is its initscript:
I'm trying to enable ssh access to my laptop however it seems that ipfw blocks it, despite opening the port. I'm on FreeBSD 13.
Following is the rc.conf section configuring the firewall, as well as the output from ipfw -t list after trying to ssh into my laptop from my phone (using termux)...
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:
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.
I*m relativley new to Unix, Shell and FreeBSD. So, please, please, are not to angry with me, if my question is stupid. I did allways some internet-research, but could not find any answers to my problem.
I'm running 12.1-RELEASE-p5 FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-p5 GENERIC amd64 as guest in...
What is the proper way to enable FreeBSD to listen on lets say 4000 IPv6?
Adding 4000 them at rc.conf as ifconfig_igb0_aliasXXXX=... " just hangs my server after /etc/netstart
All ip's are from 1 subnet but they are not sequential .
(running freebsd 12.1, samba48) I have initiated a samba server, with the smb4.conf and the rc.conf file having samba_server_enable = "YES" line at the bottom. I am running FreeBSD off a virtual machine, and it has an inet address of 10.0.2.15 (checked using ifconfig). In the...
How can I do that?
user@serv:~ % l /dev/mirror/mirror
119 crw-r----- 1 root operator - 0x77 Aug 8 14:01:02 2019 /dev/mirror/mirro
geli_mfid0p8_flags="-p -k /root/1.key"
geli_mirror_flags="-p -k /root/2.key"
mirror/mirror does not work as well.
I am currently running FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE-p2, and I can't figure out how to create both IPV4 and IPV6 aliases for a loopback (lo1) interface using rc.conf on boot. Here is a snippet of my /etc/rc.conf:
ifconfig_lo1="inet 10.0.0.0 netmask 255.255.255.0"...
Two weeks ago (end of December 2019) I installed FreeBSD from USB stick with FREEBSD-12.0-RELEASE-amd64-dvd.iso I recall only selecting ipv4 and setting the up to the static IP I wanted my freeBSD box to use.
Two days ago there was bad weather and my R7000 was not plugged into UPS during a...
Can someone help me understand the reason why package names configured in rc.conf use an underscore while the service name uses a dash/hyphen?
service avahi-daemon start
service emby-server start
I see the...
I recently found myself forced to work with Ubuntu.
I would like to ask what are the equivalence for some common administration tasks.
What is the equivalent of:
where do I add the SERVICE_ENABLE="YES" and other flags?
where do I store the ethernet config on Ubuntu?
I read about...
How do I properly add IPv6 IP addresses in my rc.conf file in FreeBSD 11.1?
I was assigned a /64 to my server. Also, how do I apply the changes without rebooting? /etc/netstart ?
This is how I am adding them now (IP address has been modified for security) ...
I am trying to create a persistent pflog1 interface. I am successful with ifconfig but am trying to add this interface through rc.conf. After reading the manuals for both ifconfig and rc.conf and trying many combinations using ifconfig and ifconfig_, none of them will create the...
I have an nginx server configured to run the master service as a non-root user and it runs fine when I manually invoke it by running nginx -c /path/to/nginx.conf as the user 'nginx' but it doesn't work from my rc.conf script.
I've tried to automate startup by writing it into an rc.conf script...