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JLLEWELYN

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[HELP] release and renew the external WAN adapter
« on: February 02, 2018, 10:13:12 pm »
I have a problem with my ISP, I have zentyal 5.0, with the functions of DNS, DC AD, HTTP Proxy, firewall.
My IP address is dynamic and every time the connection is lost. Every time this happens, the only way to solve this problem is to release, renew and restart the operating system.

I made a script that automates my work, that only releases and renews the adapter that has the Internet connection, changes the IP address but does not recover the Internet connection unless the operating system is restarted.


https://pastebin.com/wfSkpgKA
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#!/bin/bash

# Autor: John Llewelyn
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# TLF: +584-1491-011-15
# Its use is free.
# Description: Connection Monitor for ADSL modem.
# Requirements:
# Copy this code or save to /home/administrator/ConnectionMonitor.sh
# It requires the installed packages fping beep and cron
# Comment the blacklist pcspkr snd-pcsp in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf
# Give execute permissions: chmod +x /home/administrator/ConnectionMonitor.sh
# Add this line in crontab -e with root user
# @reboot sleep 120 && /home/administrator/MonitorDeConexion.sh

#################################################################################
# SETTINGS
TEST="8.8.8.8"       # TEST PING
ADAPTER1="enp4s0"    # EXTERNAL ETHERNET ADAPTER

# Report
LOGFILE=/home/administrator/Documentos/ReportInternet.log

# Messages
MESSAGE1="Restoring Connectivity..."
MESSAGE2="Wait a moment please..."
MESSAGE3="No Internet connectivity."
MESSAGE4="Yes, there is Internet connectivity."
#################################################################################

# Time and Date
TODAY=$(date "+%r %d-%m-%Y")

# Show IP Public Address
IPv4ExternalAddr1=$(ip addr list $ADAPTER1 |grep "inet " |cut -d' ' -f6|cut -d/ -f1)
IPv6ExternalAddr1=$(ip addr list $ADAPTER1 |grep "inet6 " |cut -d' ' -f6|cut -d/ -f1)

# Alarm
alarm() {
    beep -f 1500 -l 200;beep -f 1550 -l 200;beep -f 1500 -l 200;beep -f 1550 -l 200;beep -f 1500 -l 200;beep -f 1550 -l 200;beep -f 1500 -l 200;beep -f 1550$
}

# Restoring Connectivity
resolve() {
    clear
    echo "$MESSAGE1"
    sudo ifconfig $ADAPTER1 up
    sudo dhclient -r $ADAPTER1
    sleep 5
    sudo dhclient $ADAPTER1
    echo "$MESSAGE2"
    sleep 120
}

# Execution of work
while true; do
    if [[ "$(fping -I $ADAPTER1 $TEST | grep 'unreachable' )" != "" ]]; then
        alarm
        clear
        echo "================================================================================" >> ${LOGFILE}
        echo "$MESSAGE3 - $TODAY"                                                               >> ${LOGFILE}
        echo "$MESSAGE3 - $TODAY"
        echo "================================================================================" >> ${LOGFILE}
        sleep 10
        resolve
    else
        clear
        echo "================================================================================"   >> ${LOGFILE}
        echo "$MESSAGE4 - $TODAY - IPv4 Addr: $IPv4ExternalAddr1 - IPv6 Addr: $IPv6ExternalAddr1" >> ${LOGFILE}
        echo "$MESSAGE4 - $TODAY - IPv4 Addr: $IPv4ExternalAddr1 - IPv6 Addr: $IPv6ExternalAddr1"
        echo "================================================================================"   >> ${LOGFILE}
        sleep 120
    fi
done

Is there a service that has to be restarted to avoid restarting the operating system?
« Last Edit: February 02, 2018, 10:16:50 pm by JLLEWELYN »