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Weird routing issue

I am working on getting networking working correctly on a cluster of 14 virtual servers at a customer site. 11 of them work fine for routing and 3 don't work correctly for their administrative ...
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Is there a static, server-side vulnerability/virus/malware/BadThings™ scanner?

We run a shared hosting webserver with the usual LAMP stack. It is up and running since many years ago (uhm, Apache-1.3 and PHP-3 days?) and went through many iterations. We strive to have good ...
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“ipv6 equivalent” of 192.168.x.x (configuring a static ipv6 address)

Background: I have a windows 2008 machine and I want to make it a Domain Controller in a test domain made of two virtual machines. dcpromo pops up a warning if IP addresses for the machine are not ...
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Creating a cookie-free domain to serve static content

I am trying to create a "example.com" domain to serve static content to my original domain. How would I make the "example.com" domain to so its cookie-free when loading content? I am thinking that ...
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CentOS, two nics eth0 eth1 with different subnets aren't reachable outside VLAN/subnet

I am having an issue with a CentOS 6.3 box. We have two NICs (eth0 and eth1) in the server which each have an ip from a different subnet assigned, let's say eth0:192.168.1.2/24 (gateway 192.168.1.1) ...
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Do I really need to configure my server with a public static IP address?

I'm setting a few sites up and many email accounts for a new company so I wanted to save some money as I already have a server running Windows Server 2008 R2. I have a static IP of 80.229.46.115 and ...