I was not sure if I should put this to networking or off topic. I am looking for a relative cheap ITX motherboard and computer case which can handle 2x8 PCI-E cards with bifurcation without cutting metal or other kind of tinkering. I'd like to have something small for my home network, but I...
I have been experiencing intermittent wifi issues for the past 1-2 years. I had aways thought it was my internet service provider - although interestingly, turning wifi off and on again on my laptop, usually solved the issue (temporarily).
Then last week I tried something new: I disconnected the...
I'm running FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-p3 and my /etc/rc.conf has my network set up like this:
ifconfig_igb1="inet 10.0.0.20 netmask 255.255.255.0"
Lately when I reboot the machine the default route is not set and I have to add it manually with:
route add default...
I don't like the router my ISP gave to me, so I was thinking on putting it to modem mode and buying an Asus router I could use with OpenWRT. Meanwhile I realized that I have a home server that runs 24/7 so maybe I could turn it into a router if I buy an ethernet card with multiple ports. I found...
I set up the system to function as a router using isc-dhcpd, pf, and was going to use unbound to send encrypted dns requests to Cloudflare's 126.96.36.199, but I can't even get it to work without that yet.
As it is, when I access a website from my pc connected to the router, the websites don't...
Hey guys :)
I recently noticed that I couldn't access my website on my server.
OS: FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-p4
ipv6 only?: YES
ISP supports ipv6 and SLAAC?: YES
Router: AVM Fritz!Box 7490
ping6 is enabled in my router settings (for the server) but fails when I use...
On lte 4g i recognised some crashing behaviours which didn't occur on cable. This happens with wine and other sensitive programs.
autodisconnect decimal -1
change mtu on your network-card-settings down to your...
I am running FreeBSD as a router at home. It has the following interfaces:
igb0: connected to my cable modem
igb1: wired LAN 192.168.0.1/24
wlan0: wlan AP, 192.168.1.1/24
Routing rules allow the wired and wireless subnets to communicate with each other and route to the Internet.
I am looking to allow a processes inside jails to make network requests (such as DNS lookups, http requests, etc). The spit in the punch is that I wish to avoid giving them an alias on the host's NIC as I want to automate the creation and destruction of jails, and wish to avoid...
I am attempting to find out what my issue is with my FreeBSD Router that I am attempting to build. I have set up the following tools on my OS on my router:
All of which appear to work and I can route through the AP. However; I am not getting nearly the speeds or...
I have set up the lagg0 failover virtual link that aggregates ethernet and radio adapters on my laptop. Everything works fine, except I cannot access my router configuration page. I've changed the firewall script to use interface "lagg0" in the rules, but I didn't change much, and the...
What's your opinion about this? Should you have separated router and a server machine or is it okay to have every service in the same machine? By services I mean DNS, NAS, VPN, murmur etc. Should you keep a router purely as a router?
I have somewhat limited understanding about networking and I was wondering, that could I use my FreeBSD server as a router with a network switch, because the machine has only one Ethernet port. I would connect the FreeBSD router to the network switch and the network switch directly to the...
I just set up port forwarding (port 22) on my router (ip of 192.168.1.1). Now I can ssh into my server (ip of 192.168.1.7) remotely (from another internet connection) using its new static domain name I made with the www.noip.com service. However that new host name doesn't work when I'm on the...
I've been a couple of days trying to set up a router in a virtual network using FreeBSD and I can't get it work I'm afraid.
A quick summary of what I have and what I want to achieve:
I have 2 interfaces: xn0, which is the external interface, and bridge0 which is internal.
I have an internal network with FreeBSD server with nginx and other programs running inside jails.
I used to use Netgear DGN2200v3 router for internet connection and with the recent upgrade to NBN (Australian fiber network) I tried to use the Belkin AC1750DB (F9J1108v2), but the local...
I would like to set up my FreeBSD box as a router for my internal network. The box has 2 NICs on it and there will be 2 networks (192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x). The first will be my internal network and the second will be the one that connects to the router of my ISP. I would like...