I am getting error that read as No Route to Host. I am trying to ping my ISP gateway as well as DNS server but I am getting this error. How do I solve this problem? This problem indicate networking conflicts or some sort of networking configuration problem. Here are things to check: Can you [...]
Static routes improves overall performance of your network (especially bandwidth saving). They are also useful in stub networks (i.e. there is only one link to the network). For example, each LAN (located at different offices) is connected to HQ IDC (Internet data center) using single T1/LL/Wan links.
For example under Red Hat/Fedora Linux you can add static router for eth0 network interface by editing /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/route-eth0 file. Under Debian Linux add static route by editing /etc/network/interface file.
Finally, today I had implemented NIC bounding (bind both NIC so that it works as a single device). Bonding is nothing but Linux kernel feature that allows to aggregate multiple like interfaces (such as eth0, eth1) into a single virtual link such as bond0. The idea is pretty simple get higher data rates and as well as link failover. The following instructions were tested on:
- RHEL v4 / 5 / 6 amd64
- CentOS v5 / 6 amd64
- Fedora Linux 13 amd64 and up.
- 2 x PCI-e Gigabit Ethernet NICs with Jumbo Frames (MTU 9000)
- Hardware RAID-10 w/ SAS 15k enterprise grade hard disks.
- Gigabit switch with Jumbo Frame
If you have, a password protected grub boot loader and you forgot both root and grub password, then you can recover grub-boot loader password using the following method/procedure:
* Use Knoppix cd
* Remove the password from Grub configuration file
* Reboot the system
* Change the root password
* Setup new Grub password if required (optional)
It is really a good idea to have one central logging host for security and performance reason. For example monitoring log files will help you to detect: * Security risks (you can see failed login attempt, port scan etc) analysis * Troubleshoot user login problem * Save disk space * If hard disk crashed on [...]