I have two routers(A,B).the A connect to internet with IP:192.168.1.1
The openwrt router B connect the lan of A by bridge with static IP:192.168.1.111.
I am learning to use iptables to control the devices connected to B(wlan) .
I use my phone to connect wifi of B,the phone's IP is IP:192.168.1.100.it can surf the internet normally.
I want to block the phone's IP to make the phone can not connect
I was trying to set names to specific threads in a multi threaded application. This is to make sure that the debugging becomes easy when we debug the app. I tried using the function prctl(2) for the same purpose.
I made a clone of a VM(running a version of Centos 6) on KVM, but the clone wouldn't connect to the Internet. Issuing ifconfig shows no interfaces but the lo. Interestingly, the original system can connect to the Internet. I didn't make any change to the default settings. Anything that I could do to make it work?
I have a system that has two Ethernet ports. One is set up with a static ip address and will connect to the internet just fine. The other one is set up as dhcp but will not connect to the internet. Does anyone have any idea on what steps i should take to make this work.
Please assist me in closing a thread in the forum Linux networking. I have posted in that thread saying that the thread w'd be closed but I find no link for the same.
The heading of the thread is: how to connect internet in linux
Before I used Vim I used Notepad++.
What I miss in Vim is the Notepad++ document map.
Sublime text editor has similar document map.
Yes I know you can navigate in Vim using commands as gg, G and many others but sometimes I like to have an overview of the entire document and click in it to go directly to that part of the file.