route command

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

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How do I add route (router IP 192.168.1.254) to my Centos Linux systems from the command line?

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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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Q. I’ve two network interface connected to two different routers as follows:
[a] eth0 LAN network 10.0.0.0/8 – gateway IP – 10.8.2.65

[b] eth1 ISP assigned network 202.54.22.128/28 – gateway IP – 202.54.22.129
I can only ping to public server but not to another servers inside LAN? I’m not able to route traffic via 10.8.2.65. How do I configure static routing under Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x or CentOS Linux 5.2?

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How do I change or set a default gateway under OpenBSD operating system?

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Q. How do I add Static Routes under Solaris UNIX? My default gateway configured in /etc/defaultrouter, but what is the proper place to configure static routes for a Solaris UNIX server? Can you tell me exact configuration file name for a static routing?

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Q.Under Linux I can set Jumbo Frames by modifying configuration file. How do I configure FreeBSD network card Jumbo frames on all of my NIC for 1000 Mbps speed and make MTU configuration persistence?

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