[gentoo-user] IP Load Sharing - Per Packet Load Balancing (Linux router)

2013-05-25 Thread Nick Khamis
Hello everyone, I am looking to put together a linux router for small business, and was wondering if there was anything the suite (using quagga etc..) that would allow for load balancing of regular dsl links. Kind of like cisco with fast ethernet 0,1 and ip sef. If outgoing and incoming traffic

[gentoo-user] Re: {OT} A simple routing problem

2012-12-18 Thread James
still end up going through my fiber connection. Would iptables ROUTE target help if I use that on my local machine? I think you want the forward chain, im not sure what tools dd-wrt and You might want to research about the capabilities of OSPF. net-misc/quagga is in portage. hth, James

[gentoo-user] Re: IP Load Sharing - Per Packet Load Balancing (Linux router)

2013-05-25 Thread Nick Khamis
, Nick Khamis sym...@gmail.com wrote: Hello everyone, I am looking to put together a linux router for small business, and was wondering if there was anything the suite (using quagga etc..) that would allow for load balancing of regular dsl links. Kind of like cisco with fast ethernet 0,1 and ip

[gentoo-user] Re: IP Load Sharing - Per Packet Load Balancing (Linux router)

2013-05-26 Thread Nick Khamis
am looking to put together a linux router for small business, and was wondering if there was anything the suite (using quagga etc..) that would allow for load balancing of regular dsl links. Kind of like cisco with fast ethernet 0,1 and ip sef. If outgoing and incoming traffic could be balanced

Re: [gentoo-user] OpenVPN setup

2008-02-11 Thread W.Kenworthy
external conditions cause interactions that affect packet sizes/latency within the tunnel - doesnt happen often though. Routing is often an issue (particularly to networks a few hops away on the inside) - ospf (quagga) was the solution, though RIP is probably easier/better for this The downside

Re: [gentoo-user] IPTables - Going Stateless

2013-05-21 Thread Nick Khamis
Hello Everyone, Thank you so much for your responses. I agree Alan, total pain in the neck!!! But it's a ticket that was passed down to me. We moved the stateful firewalls inside the network, broken down to each department. But as a first on site defense on our BGP router running Quagga, we only

Re: [gentoo-user] VPN vs LAN address hostname resolution

2013-05-22 Thread William Kenworthy
I am doing something sort of similar ... use a routing protocol and set the metrics to make the LAN more attractive so it will get used over the wifi. Use dhcp to update dns. I was using ospf (quagga), dns and ISC dhcp which auto-updates bind. This is transparent to the the hosts, is a pain

Re: [gentoo-user] Glsa-check and binutils-- how to stop the madness?

2005-06-15 Thread Holly Bostick
dev-util/memprof dev-util/oprofile net-misc/quagga sci-chemistry/gromacs sci-electronics/balsa sci-electronics/lard sys-apps/lshw sys-apps/mindi sys-apps/mondo-rescue sys-apps/paxctl sys-apps/tcng sys-devel/gcc sys-devel/prelink sys-kernel