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Kalyan Kumar Pasupuleti B-Tech(Information Technology). • RedHat Certified Engineer(RHCE) • Directory Services and Authentication Certificate of Expertise(LDAP) • Red Hat SELinux Policy Administration Certificate of Expertise(SELinux) • Network Services Security Certificate of Expertise (Network Services) • RedHat Certified Virtualization Administrator(RHCVA) • Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS) Working as Cloud DevOps engineer

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Static Route in Ubuntu. How To?

1. Login in the system with the system administrator privilege.
2. Open the network configuration file with a editor. I will be using “vi editor” in this case.
example : “vi /etc/network/interfaces
3. Go to last line and add your routing.
example “up route add -net netmask dev eth0
4. Save your changes and exit the editor.
5. Restart the network service with “/etc/init.d/networking restart
6. Verify your routing by sending “route” command.

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