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Depending on the capabilities of your wireless router, you might be able to configure it as a switch, thus extending your LAN that way. On my LAN my main Ubuntu server is the router / dhcp server / firewall. My wireless router is configured as a switch, taking care of all the wireless requirements, while the devices themselves get their IP address from main ...


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There exists an IPv6 mapping to every existing IPc4 connection So if your router and ISP are running an IPv4 link to you, openVPN should have no problems making an IPv6 link. Thus yes.


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I would recommend you to run 'route -n' where you can see your gateways. Here you will have the IP of the gateway (or gateways) you are using now. Type this IP to access to the router. It is difficult to guess from you question the problem, we really do not know how you are connected to your router (wireless? a second ethernet card?) But if you can connect ...


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No. When you make your Ubuntu server into a firewall/router, it does become a complete firewall protecting your entire LAN (Local Area Network) from the WAN (Wide Area Network), or internet in general. The quaility of that protection depends on how good and complete your iptables rules set is. Now, and if I understand correctly, you are asking if your ...


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Specify the port using --dport: sudo iptables -A INPUT -s 10.10.10.10 --dport 80 -j DROP #http sudo iptables -A INPUT -s 10.10.10.10 --dport 21 -j DROP #ftp


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Yes it is possible to make Ubuntu Router; and to have it a part of the network however in order to do this you would need to setup your Ubuntu Router in this order. Internet -> Ubuntu Router -> Computers / Connecting Devices Unless you have another compatible router which allows a remote DHCP server however the one explained above is the simplest (I would ...


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Hello To all those viewed this post. This issue was solved. People commenting on the post made me to detect the point where the error was caused. This is what I made mistakes I unistall the resolvconf file And then I tried some one's answer, Which suggested that to change the Proxy settings of the Network. I did as per his suggestion. Then People ...



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