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in order to have a correct analysis you should run a traceroute to a pubblic ip to see where packets stop forwarding.... e.g. tracepath 8.8.8.8


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Based on you output, problem is default gateway. You are connected on roter and have ip: 10.42.0.1 with nm: 255.255.255.0 but in routing table you do not have default gateway. If you known ip address of you router add default gateway with this command sudo ip route add default gateway via ip_address_of_router or if you don't known ip of router try with ...


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You could reboot, or run: sudo iptables -F This will flush all the rules that are set.


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This should do: iptables -F iptables -X iptables -t nat -F iptables -t nat -X iptables -t mangle -F iptables -t mangle -X iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT iptables -P FORWARD ACCEPT iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT


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Some ways to find this software: Look at the output of ps -ewfH -- does anything in there look like the brand name of the dongle or the service provider? In a terminal, run grep -Ri <brand-name> /etc/ , where <brand-name> is some distinctive part of the brand name of the service provider or dongle. If you get any matches, that might tell you ...


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Indicator multiload has that and much more sudo apt-get install indicator-multiload to start it up: indicator-multiload & You can set it to print a graph for each category, you can set it to display text, or you can set it to display both. Categories include: CPU, memory, netspeed, swap, load, and disk IO speed.


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This shows that the hostel does not support DHCP, so you probably do not have a default route set up. Type: ip route to see your routing. You should see something like: $ ip route default via 10.32.3.100 dev eth0 proto static 10.32.0.0/16 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 10.32.3.100 metric 1 If you do, then this answer is inapplicable, ...


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I've found the answer to this myself: first: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces then make its contents as: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto p3p1 iface p3p1 inet dhcp save and close nano. and finally: sudo ifdown p3p1 && sudo ifup -v p3p1 You should have gotten internet back. Now install network-manager if you don't want to do this again ...


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you have to up your Ethernet port then it will show . press Ctrl Alt T and run command sudo ifconfig eth0 up or sudo ifup eth0 also enable wired connection and Networking from network manager to get Internet. if you still face problem then open file /etc/network/interfaces using sudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces add line auto eth0 iface eth0 ...


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Without further data, the easiest fix is to go into the VM's settings directly, select the virtual network adapter, and edit it so that it is using NAT. This will let it communicate outbound via the host computer's connections which are already active. (This is also the least headachey to set up)


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Install the driver by running in terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtl8192cu-dkms linux-firmware


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I had a similar problem with PTCL EVO 3g on Ubuntu 15.04. This is how I solved it. Right-click on the network icon on the tray. Go to Edit Connections. Select PTCL EVO Connection in the list. Click on Edit. Click on tab PPP settings. Deselect Allow BSD data compression, Allow deflate data compression, Use TCP Header Compression. Restart ubuntu ...


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eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 10:c3:7b:95:24:ae UP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:0 (0.0 B) Interrupt:20 ...


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The simplest way to set custom DNS on Ubuntu 14.04, is by editing your base file of the resolv.conf.d folder: sudo nano /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base Add your DNS in the file, like this : nameserver 8.8.8.8 nameserver 8.8.4.4 Then update your resolv configuration : sudo resolvconf -u


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I am afraid it might not be your computer, but your ISP. They are probably throttling your connection when it notices that you are downloading a file. I have heard some ISP's do that to prevent piracy and downloading torrents (and to reduce their bandwidth cost), but this forum isn't about this so I recommend talking with your ISP and explaining to them that ...


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It looks like this adapter does not work well in 802.11n mode. So disabling it improves connection.** sudo tee /etc/modprobe.d/iwlwifi-opt.conf <<< "options iwlwifi 11n_disable=1"** You can also try to disable not all 802.11n, but partially. It can be selected by 11n_disable=2, 11n_disable=4 or 11n_disable=8 instead of 11n_disable=1. You can enable ...


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The problem is with glitchy Realtek driver r8169. Many reported that disabling autonegotiation helps. You can turn it off by using the following command: sudo ethtool -s eth0 speed 100 duplex full autoneg off


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Sure, that's possible. You can use your system on any network.


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You can see the connected devices using nmap: nmap -O hotspotIP -O detects the OS of the device. Why not set up a password for your wifi hotspot, tell those that you allow to connect the password, and that's it. Otherwise, you can set it up a MAC address filter, placing the MAC addresses of those that you allow to connect in the whitelist. Anyone not in ...


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network manager -> Edit connection -> select wifi -> Edit -> Wifi-security -> change Key or change SSID or password key from config file sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/wifi-name


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I am using an ethernet connection although my router has wifi. The ethernet connection goes from/to motherboard and router. I bought the mobo, cpu and memory and case and all the parts necessary. So i have installed windows myself and also ubuntu. The parts are new. for example mobo: Asus Z97-pro Btw ubuntu used to work until a made some changes ,(one ...


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Are you using a wireless connection? If yes have you probably need to install the driver for the wireless card. Have you tried a Ethernet connection? If yes, are you using a Ethernet connection on the motherboard or its own card? If it is on a card you probably need a driver. If Windows came pre-installed all of the divers would be already put on but you ...


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You should enable routing or in Linux terms ip_forwarding on the gateway machine first by using this command: echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward then by setting the client's gateway to the gateway machine, it should work. Although if your gateway machine has public IP address and isn't behind a NAT (e.g. a broadband Router), you should configure ...


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Selecting NAT option under Network Connection in Network Adapter setting has done the trick for me.


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I solved the problem by re-installing the drivers offered by Lenovo on my Windows partition. Even though the problem was with Ubuntu, and even though the drivers were previously installed (hence me being able to initially connect to the Internet on Ubuntu), the re-installing of the Lenovo drivers on my Windows partition somehow fixed the Ubuntu dropped ...


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Finally I got it working. I was confused because apt-get was working, so I thought that everything was correctly set up in the Ubuntu VM, but it wasn't. I got the solution from this post https://support.hidemyass.com/hc/en-us/articles/202721486-Using-Linux-Virtual-Machine-instead-of-a-router-for-VPN In your Ubuntu VM, assuming that eth0: internet, eth1: ...


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You should simply stick with DHCP (which is default) and allow your router to assign the IP address to your PC, then you will not have any address issues or conflicts unless you have somehow wrongly configured other devices on the network, for example. In: /etc/network/interfaces You'll likely see something like: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static ...


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Note : This is a general answer to give you the basic idea behind the stuffs as your question does not seem properly directed (IMHO). If you are on the network 192.168.1.0/24 then you can access any service on any computer within your subnet provided you have sufficient privilege to do so or not blocked by any firewall. Typically 192.168.1.1 would be the ...


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It could help to set it as a "system connection" in the network settings. If this doesn't work, you can force your network to rescan by doing: sudo iwlist scanning


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I have the same/similar problem. As long as I don't use Windows® I can reliably connect even after multiple reboots. However any time after I boot into Windows®, then if I want to use my wired ethernet in Linux, I must power down the computer AND remove the AC cord into the computer's power supply AND remove the ethernet cable into the computer for a few ...


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You need to install a driver. Connect to internet by wire or another way and run in terminal sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms linux-firmware If you can not connect to internet, then download these files: dkms, rtlwifi-new-dkms, linux-firmware Copy then to your home folder and run ...


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just connect the Ethernet cable (Broadband). open Additional Drivers option (you can search it on Ubuntu search) on Ubuntu 14.04 and search for the drivers there you can find missing drivers of your WiFi once you activate that restart the system. thank you i hope this will help you


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Using route -n and also nm-tool: I could see that eth1 had become set as the default, and was pointing to the gateway address. Our setup required eth0 to be the default. This was resolved using: sudo ip route change to default dev eth0 via 172.21.0.1 where 172.21.0.1 is the gateway address.


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Sorry I don't have a solution for this (or enough points to just make a comment). There is a Launchpad bug report about missing drivers for the Qualcomm chipset in your computer. Let me guess, Lenovo Yoga 3?


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When asked for the password the second time, the D-Link modem-router is asking you for its password. You'll have to find that password in order to continue and connect.


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Screen is a terminal multiplexer, which allows a user to access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session (such as when using SSH). Screen is very useful if you're connection is not stable. For example if you want to download a file with wget and exit from ssh, then come back to it in an hour or so. you ...


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You can install another driver. You need to be connected to internet by wire. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hanipouspilot/rtlwifi sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install rtlwifi-new-dkms linux-firmware and reboot.


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Here are some possible options and alternatives I can suggest: Download the driver on Windows machine, save on USB, transfer to Ubuntu, install that driver with sudo dpkg -i package-file. Boot that Windows machine with an Ubuntu Live CD or USB that you used for installing Ubuntu (hopefully you still have it) and use that live desktop in as wifi to ...


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Problem is with default route. Nice place for this kind of action is in /etc/network/if-down.d/ or /etc/network/if-up.d/ to make default route to eth0 interface every time when go up, make script called script with execute permissions 755 sudo nano /etc/network/if-up.d/script # Check for specific interface if desired [ "$IFACE" != "eth0" ] || exit 0 # Do ...


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The simplest method is using nethogs : sudo apt-get install nethogs sudo nethogs wlan0


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You can use Graphical software called "System Monitor" in Ubuntu. It is preinstalled software in Ubuntu. Go to dash and search System monitor to get.


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You have several tools one is bmon. Aslo you can export grafs to file Useful tips you have here More tool's heve here


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You can try to install another driver for this Ethernet card sudo apt-get install r8168-dkms If that does not help, check the cable, contacts on both sides. Expanaition Realtek Ethernet RTL8111/8168 adapters are generally supported out of the box by Linux kernel. There is r8169 module for that. In most cases it works well. But some hardware revisions ...



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