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CentOS Linux: Add Static Routing

I am a new CentOS Linux sysadmin. How can I add static route On CentOS Enterprise Linux server running on HP amd64 server?
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Ubuntu Linux Add Static Route

I've two network interfaces. One connected to eth0 and another connected to eth1 as follows:

eth0 => private network with private IP in 10.x.x.x/8 range.
eth1 => ISP router with public IP via

How do I setup persistent static route so that traffic route via router only?
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CentOS / RHEL: Remove Routes / From the System

How do I disable the route / from CentOS or RHEL 6 Linux server?
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Ubuntu: SIOCADDRT: File exists Error and Solution

I'm typing the following command under Ubuntu Linux:

route add default gw eth0

But it is giving me out the following error:

SIOCADDRT: File exists

How do I fix this problem?
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ping command: TTL Expired In Transit Error and Solution

When I try to ping other UNIX / Linux / BSD or MS-Windows servers in our network I get the following message:

TTL Expired In Transit

How do I fix this problem?
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OpenBSD: Static Routing Configuration

I know how to setup static routing under Linux and FreeBSD operating systems. But, how do you setup static routing under OpenBSD operating systems?
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What Is The Meaning of In Routing Table?

My home Linux laptop is connected to ADSL router and whenever I run route -n command at the prompt it says is set to my routers IP What is the meaning of
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Ubuntu Linux: Find Out Default Gateway

How do I find out default gateway IP address (default router IP assigned) for my Ubuntu Linux systems?
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CentOS Add Route Command

How do I add route (router IP to my Centos Linux systems from the command line?
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FreeBSD: NIC Bonding / Link Aggregation / Trunking / Link Failover Tutorial

I've two Intel gigabit network card installed in HP server. I know how to setup bounding under CentOS Linux, but I'd like to do same under FreeBSD. How do I setup link aggregation of multiple network interfaces as one virtual trunk interface for the purpose of providing fault-tolerance and high-speed links under FreeBSD 7.x server?
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