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Can nginx use different protocols for different server blocks?

I'm trying to setup a hostname to demonstrate a poor SSL config and I'm having some issues. I can specify some bad cipher suites, but nginx seems to ignore the protocol selection. server { ...
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SSH without invoking shell

I've managed to mess up some shared libraries on my system, and now my shell cannot be run, thus locking me out of the system. Both ssh, sftp, and scp, as configured on the remote system, seem to rely ...
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How to configure nDPI for iptables

I am new to nDPI, I have installed nDPI but when I add rules like; iptables -I OUTPUT -m ndpi --http -j REJECT it shows error iptables v1.4.7: Couldn't load match ...
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Does the DNS resolver know about the application layer protocol in use? [closed]

My iPad's 3G connection usually gets hijacked and shows me my provider's welcome page every time I first browse the internet. I have noticed that this only happens when using HTTP, and pages that use ...
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Which file transfer protocols support server-side copying?

I'm wondering which file transfer protocols available on Linux support server-side copying (and doesn't internally download and reupload files). The simplest use case I have is for copying large files ...
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EPP Protocol create multiple domains in one command

I've seen <domain:check> command can check multiple domains in one command. Is it possible to do the same for the <domain:create>? <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ...
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Nginx with SPDY Draft 3, is possible?

I'm currently using Nginx 1.4.1 with SPDY module. Unfortunately, the Nginx SPDY module, work only with the Draft 2 of protocol. Is there a way to use Nginx, with SPDY Draft 3?
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Is DNS a Stateless Protocol? [closed]

Is DNS considered stateless, if yes why so? Knowing that the local DNS for example once it learns the a mapping it caches the name to address translation for some time, doesn't that qualify DNS as ...
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What is LDAP used for? [closed]

I've been going over some LDAP tutorials, but I can't imagine why would i use that? I figured that it is some kind of a list of all users and usergroups, but where is it different than system users ...
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What protocol does Exchange use to relay email to other Exchange servers?

Suppose an organization has multiple Exchange servers. These Exchange servers can use SMTP to relay email to each other. In this case, they would probably use some Exchange-proprietary extensions, ...
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Difference between protocol and service interface [closed]

I came across the terms Protocol and Service interface while studying the OSI model and as far as I can tell they seem to be doing the same thing. So what's the difference between the protocol and ...
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SNMP protocol and acceptance of the hyphen character

I'm no expert at the SNMP protocol and I've failed to find anything in the protocol RFC documentation regarding the tolerance of hyphens in the SNMP community string. It appears to be a double ...
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how to set open Launch Application via group policy for callTo protocol

I have implemented callTo protocol to call a dialer and vbs script from web page within the intranet. I have deployed the registry to all machines in network via group policy and his all works fine. ...
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Technically, How does uploading Apps to an Android Phone Work? [closed]

Amazon.com has an Android Marketplace. How do the apps go from Amazon.com to my phone? I am looking for a protocol level analysis. Do they use a basic protocol like FTP and then check with a Google ...
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IMAP , Minimum, Infrastructure/Network/Server required [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can you help me with my capacity planning? As the title sugest i would like your feedback about IMAP accounts, any sugestion experience you have with it would be ...
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Does radius server returns Access-reject on key mismatch?

Does the radius server returns Access-reject on key mismatch between client and server , or does it drop the packet . I was not able to get as , does this part comes in packet verification process?
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What's the protocol-level difference between IPSec and “Cisco IPSec”?

Most VPN clients distinguish between IPSec and "Cisco IPSec." For example, (Apple's) iOS treats them as essentially separate things. But I can't find any explanation of what the protocol-level ...
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Formal separation marker of syslog events?

I've been looking at RFC5424 to find the formally specified marker that will end a syslog event. Unfortunately I couldn't find it. So If I wanted to implement some small syslog server that reacts on ...
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Best/Secure Windows 2008 Server transfer protocol

I hate FTP because it is not secure, passwords are cleartext, etc. I want something safe for my windows server and I used to use sftp on linux for a while but now I turned to windows solution so I'm a ...
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Postfix to manage its internal error in an explicit way

I'm currently testing in lab a redundant/laod balancing setup where Keepalived health checks verifies that Postfix is running on 2 servers. While Keepalived is working well, great convergence time ...
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SCEP Protocol on Linux

Is it possible to setup an SCEP protocol on Linux? My company is going to be adopting over-the-air enrolling for iPads and I can't find anything for this on Linux. Has anyone done this before? Is ...
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What are the exact protocol level differences between SSL and TLS?

This is a technical deep dive after this overview question was asked. What are the protocol differences between SSL and TLS? Is there really enough of a difference to warrant a name change? (versus ...
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Will firewalls block my non-HTTP network protocol even if I use TCP port 80?

I want to create a simple JSON-based protocol to allow my game to talk to my custom server, but I don't want embed it in HTTP. If I send a custom text-based protocol request to my server on port 80, ...
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2 interface, 2 ISP - Application Binding?

I have 2 interfaces - Wlan0 and Eth0, and both of them have separate internet lines - X & Y ISP. I want some applications to use WLAN and some to use ETH to send/receive traffic. Where can I bind ...
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Is the port number the same when connecting to git via the git+ssh protocol?

I was wondering when connecting to a git repository, does the git+ssh protocol use the same port number as just using the git protocol. For example: git://example.com/git/helloworld ...
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Question about network topology and routing performance

I am currently working on a uni project about routing protocols and network performance, one of the criteria i was going to test under was to see what effect lan topology has, ie workstations arranged ...
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memcached append() php ubuntu - bad protocol

I am running ubuntu gutsy(7.1) , php5 and I am trying to get memcached running locally. I installed everything as per the docs: memcached daemon, php PECL extension, libevent, etc. But now I can ...
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What is voice xml and how can I host it

while looking for a way to use speech recognition with flash I crossed paths with voice xml. I've gone through the wc3 description of it but still I have a few big questions. Can I simply create a ...
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Can anyone guess what protocol these packets belong to?

We see these packets being injected in an FTP-DTP channel during a downlink file transfer on Telstra's NEXTG mobile network. We are not sure if these are network level packets, a problem with our 3G ...
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What protocols do various web-services (ie ports) use—for unblocking purposes?

I recently overhauled my router’s firewall rules. I erased everything and added minimal permissions for the ports that I need to be open. However I found that Blogger was no longer able to publish to ...
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Can I get a clear summary of the new features of pNFS?

So I'm somewhat familiar with NFS and ilk, and I realize that NFS 4 is adding a host of new features, when I stumble onto pNFS. It appears to be "parallel" NFS storage, but the diagrams and ...