Bind Multiple IP Addresses on a Single Network Card IPv4 & IPv6

The beauty of having multiple IP addresses on a single server is that you can run several services with different addressing. This way you can announce your FTP service on a different address and your HTTP on another. Below I’ll describe how to achieve this in Debian based and Red Hat based distros seperately. Using […]

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Cisco Router IPv6 Configuration

In the beginning of the year 2011, we decided to apply IPv6 configuration to our data center (VeriTeknik) and requested our IPv6 block from RIPE. RIRs give out /32 blocks to LIRs at the first assignment. The Preperation Steps Request your IPv6 Addresses from your RIR or LIR Add IPv6 Route to your AS number […]

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Disabling IPv6 in Linux

In default LINUX installation IPv6 is enabled. IPv6 might use system resources or for what ever reason you have Run this command as root: echo “alias net-pf-10 off” >> /etc/modprobe.conf echo “alias ipv6 off” >> /etc/modprobe.conf You need to restart your server after this command. Related Posts A Simple FTP Status Daemon Find the Largest Files […]

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