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Because the Ethernet LAN Adapter draws electricity, power management software will turn it off to save electricity when you are running on battery. This makes sense because if you can plug in Ethernet logic dictates a wall outlet is close by to plug in your laptop charger too. I found this general article about power consumption: Bluetooth power ...


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httptunnel might be able to do it, but you need a httptunnel server at the other end of the tor connection to convert the tcp to icmp. if not, it should be possible to write a program to do it, but it would have to be at the other end of the tor connection. it would not be anonymous.


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I managed to find one solution, next to the rule that I have added before as stated in my question I also added the new rule for the range of "5" IPs for example Chromium didn't want to connect to any host and on Firewall reports it was connecting via address 15.18.9.3 for example, I'm using ufw gui so I added a new rule filter for incoming connections from ...


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How you access the pi-hole admin dashboard in your browser depends on how you've configured DNS. If you are NOT using pi-hole to provide DNS: http://<IP_ADDPRESS_OF_YOUR_PI_HOLE>/admin/ If you ARE using pi-hole to provide DNS: http:/pi.hole/admin Sources: https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/how-do-i-access-pi-holes-dashboard-admin-interface/3168?...


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Please follow the steps below to run Kippo and Kippo-Graph on ubuntu 18.04 and later to this time. Install dependencies: sudo apt install build-essential python-mysqldb apache2 python-dev libmysqlclient-dev python-virtualenv python-pip mysql-server mysql-client libapache2-mod-php php-cli php-common php-cgi php-mysql php-gd php-xml php-curl php-gmp php-...


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You talk about wired connection, but ip a output shows you are using wifi (wlp2s0 interface). Your wired connections enp0s... show no IP in one case and no cable in second case


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My rtl8188ee Started Working After Installing net-tools After installing Ubutnu 18.04 on Toshiba laptop with rtl8188ee wireless card I could see wifi networks but could not connect. However,I was able to connect via ethernet and solve my issue. This step is the simplest possible fix to get you connected to WiFi. Install net-tools and reboot: sudo apt ...


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From the comments... Edit /etc/network/interfaces and remove all of the ens33 stuff that you added, and uncomment lines 2 and 3, which should be the only two uncommented lines left in this file. # interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) auto lo iface lo inet loopback Reboot, and use the NetworkManager connection profiles to set static addresses. ...


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I have the same USB wireless card. Running 18.04. No success with the above, but I had no trouble getting the card to work using the official D-Link linux driver. You can find the driver here: http://support.dlink.ca/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DWA-182 Be sure you confirm that you have the right product and hardware release code. After downloading the .zip file ...


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You can try to use nmcli con show then to make it stop autostarting and connecting nmcli con mod <connection-name> connection.autoconnect no This solved my problem atleast


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If your Ubuntu 16.04 install in VMware maybe had the issue. My Ubuntu 16.04 install in VMware and when I uninstall wincap and install Npcap in Win7, I had the same issue. So, I uninstalled Npcap and installed Wincap, and that was ok!


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I use pfBlocker on my home network, it's a DNS blocking utility much like pihole. The lists that I use to tell it what IPs to block can be a bit overzealous at times. I've had to continually add broken sites to a whitelist so they arent blocked. That's kind of what you have to do to avoid false positives.


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I had the same problem today, which was a DNS problem, solved by editing nano /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base like so nameserver 192.168.1.1 for your Routers DNS-Server or nameserver 8.8.8.8 for Google's DNS-Server for example. This creates permanent changes in /etc/resolv.conf


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The functionality you are asking for is very difficult to implement, as it requires 4-address Wi-Fi headers. Each Wi-Fi packet can contain 4 MAC addresses - a starting and ending ethernet address and a starting and ending Wi-Fi address. However, in most home applications, the ending ethernet address isn't needed, as the ending Wi-Fi address typically refers ...


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I've successfully connected my Linux machine to a number of different Operating Systems using samba. I don't remember the exact software I used, but with some quick searching, I found a samba client in the Ubuntu Software browser called Smb4k. There are also command-line utilities you could use. In my opinion, however, the better options both in terms of ...


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This may be a firewall problem. I faced a similar problem in Ubuntu (Digital Ocean server). I tried to fix the issue for 3 days. I equally tried using auth2, and finally checked the Digital Ocean admin panel and created a firewall for the droplet. The problem was solved by enabling TCP inbound and outbound in the firewall settings.


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I get the full 450-500mbps speeds when using an ethernet cable on my laptop (or wifi on my cell phone), but about 200 mbps when using this dongle. It has a tiny antenna, which gives it very poor reception. It has a cheap chipset. I'm actually surprised that you get this good speeds from this. Furthermore, it does not mention USB3, which makes me suspect ...


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As it turns out it wasn't that I was also running enable_ipv6 and it didn't like the configuration of netplan setup by Contabo. Netplan failed to load the file and the machine wasn't getting assigned an external IP address, only 127.0.0.1


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Download this GitHub file. Traverse to the download directory then do the following: Compile using make command Install using sudo make install Note : To unload driver you may need to disconnect the device Then Run the following commands:cd~ sudo dkms add ./rtl8822bu sudo dkms install rtl8822bu/1.1 Reboot P.S. You might need to install dkms as well, if ...


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As per the known issues section of the ubuntu 19.04 release notes (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseNotes) it suggests that you reinstall the broadcom drivers using the command "sudo apt-get install --reinstall bcmwl-kernel-source". I would suggest you purge the previous driver installs and use reccomended method from ubuntu. It worked for me on my ...


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If WiFi was working great on 17.10 but not so good on 19.04, then maybe you should go back to using 17.10 to verify it's still working fine in 17.10. This would rule out hardware/environment (such as a microwave oven being used nearby, bluetooth devices, or USB 3.0 hard drive) being changed somehow to cause the issue. After that, perhaps try some ...


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You need to edit /etc/netplan/*.yaml to enable your wireless card. Here's a basic .yaml for you. Note the corrected spelling of "ethernets" and "gateway4". You'll need to install wireless-tools and wpasupplicant, so you need to either, connect your (corrected) wired ethernet connection, or download them on another machine, and put them on a flash/external ...


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if you got step 6 of @Darek's answer and saw this in your /etc/resolv.conf file has comments like this: (it might be empty without the commments too) # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by resolvconf(8) # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BY HAND -- YOUR CHANGES WILL BE OVERWRITTEN generate the DNS contents like this: Step 1: Install the ...


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A very simple solution that works most of the time: Enter msftconnect.com into the url bar. With 90% of open wifi networks, this will redirect you to the sign-in page.


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First, I suggest that you remove the incorrect driver wl: sudo apt purge bcmwl-kernel-source Next, blacklist the incorrect drivers b43 and ssb: sudo -i echo "blacklist b43" >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf echo "blacklist ssb" >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf Now, let's install the correct firmware: cd /lib/firmware/brcm wget https://...


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Initially posted here. In System - Printers, selecting the printer's properties, going to "Job options" (I guess 'Auftragoptionen' :)) - "Other options", down at the end there is an empty field to add a new option; fill that field with CNGrayscale and click "Add". The new option is now listed under "Other options", but has an empty field: fill that with ...


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To properly determine the correct MTU setting for your LTE modem (Wireless)... There's a MTU setting in Ubuntu's network configuration, and a WAN MTU setting in your router. For DSL, a common MTU setting is 1492. Just go ahead and try this value first and see if your web sites are now accessible. To determine the correct setting, start with all MTU ...


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From the comments... Probably because you need to change the hostname. It is correct that the same hostname would have caused a problem had I got on the network, so I edited /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts to change hostname. As you found out, if you use /etc/network/interfaces to describe your network hardware, it makes a difference what your network ...


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I suggest that you edit the netplan file to change enp4s0 to enp5s0 and save. Follow with: sudo netplan generate sudo netplan apply and then reboot. Did you get an IP address? Check: ping -c3 www.ubuntu.com If you get ping returns, you are well and truly connected


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Does this make sense... network: version: 2 renderer: networkd ethernets: ens18: match: macaddress: 00:50:56:3e:23:56 addresses: [IP1/24] routes: - to: 0.0.0.0/0 via: IP1_GATEWAY nameservers: addresses: [8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4] search: [] bridges: br0: interfaces: [ens18] ...


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Since ifconfig has been deprecated for many years now, you should probably use the ip command : To list the interfaces: ip link To take one down: if=eth0 sudo ip link set $if down


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After messing around with the options of the ethernet card, I found a setting in the advanced tab that's called "Shutdown wake up" that was disabled for me. I enabled it and now it works! Hope that helps someone else with the same problem.


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Years late but you can add this other line: lxc.network.ipv4 = XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX


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Make sure that you have all the required packages like network-manager-openvpn (or in my case network-manager-openconnect) or some other packages in apt search networkmanager or apt search network-manager. Unfortunately, when these packages are missing, it does not display any error message -- it just "does nothing"


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I had to install a driver, following the steps here to find guides for multiple different chip sets. In the here discussed case RTL8821CE: sudo apt-get install --reinstall git dkms build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) git clone https://github.com/tomaspinho/rtl8821ce cd rtl8821ce chmod +x dkms-install.sh chmod +x dkms-remove.sh sudo ./dkms-install.sh


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At least on 16.04 you can do this easily by going to network settings: Edit the wired connection Go to the IPv4 tab Select Link-Local Only Do this on both computers and you're finished.


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No activity here, so maybe the wrong stack exchange site. Closing, and moved to server fault: https://serverfault.com/questions/971402/ad-gpo-map-interactive-disappeared-from-sssd


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This problem is induced by the network interface, netplan, which is newly adapted in Ubuntu 18.04. Usually, when users configure this interface, they put optional: true attribute in the *.yaml to set an ethernet like below. network: version: 2 ethernets: ens5: addresses: [] dhcp4: true optional: true The reason why ...


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You can use ip route command, but changes won't persist after reboot. If you want to make your changes persistent use netplan. netplan examples There are examples how to set static routes.


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First you need to find your card's exact model and hw version, I suggest checking dmesg output: ath10k_pci 0000:3b:00.0: qca6174 hw3.2 target 0x05030000 chip_id 0x00340aff sub 1a56:1535 After that, you can find the right firmware card on the linux wireless page for ath10k, they are already compiled, just pick the right one based on the card model (...


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In Ubuntu 18.04 there is a new network configuration tool netplan. Netplan sometimes have some timeing issues. Try to login and type sudo netplan apply and check ifconfig or ip address. If your network is configured now, then you have this timeing problem. If this is the case then you probably should read this Netplan does not apply at startup


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"Can anyone explain this please?" Yes, your interfaces file is seriously deficient. You have not specified a gateway nor the very important DNS nameservers. I suggest that you amend the file to: # The loopback network interface auto lo eth0 iface lo inet loopback # The primary network interface auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.1.18 netmask ...


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With some trial and error and help from a different forum, I managed to get this working. Note, I switched to OpenVPN protocol on account of better support in linux and just overall better throughput. The only part that can be done with GUI is setup for the OpenVPN connection, and the client network on the second interface (this is done in network manager). ...


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The driver you should be using for that card is b43 firmware. Do this in a terminal sudo apt purge wl Then this sudo apt install firmware-b43-installer Reboot wifi should be working.


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I am not an expert, just autodidact. Hopefully this is going to help you somehow, since nobody gave you any answer at all actually. You believe you are losing packets, perhaps randomly - how to you come to this conclusion? How do I route everything that is coming from or going to a specific address to a specific interface and make everything else go to the ...


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I had the same name resolution issue after upgrading to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Cause: Upgrading the system had wiped the DNS name server settings that were previously in /etc/resolv.conf Solution: Edit /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base and add the name server details nano /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base Add the IP address of your DNS name server for ...


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You'll get this error if the remote server is running Dropbear rather than OpenSSH. SSHFS uses SFTP, and Dropbear doesn't provide SFTP. So when you try to use it, the Dropbear server sees a request for a subsystem that it doesn't understand and drops the connection. From here: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/363540/mount-a-filesystem-using-...


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I have managed to create the mount by using the mount -av options to see what error messages I would get. this line is now working for me. //server.domain.com/users$/username /media/foldername cifs auto,vers=1.0,credentials=/home/<username>.smbcredentials,noexec,iocharset=utf8,uid=1001,gid=27,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0


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If you have the file /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf cat /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf you can configure NetworkManager to stop resetting resolv.conf with sudo sh -c 'echo " [main] dns=none " >> /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf' cat /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf Now manually change your /etc/resolv.conf and test ...


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This can be achieved using iperf. More details can be found here https://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=iperf&sektion=1&manpath=freebsd-release-ports. It is supported on multiple platforms including windows, so there shouldn't be any issues with varying platforms as well.


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