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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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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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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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CCNA Case Study - Static Routes

I'm currently doing the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) course at school and am a bit stuck on my case study, so I was wondering if anyone could help. I have the following topology: I ...
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IP assignment in small network

What is the best way to assign IPs in your opinion? I've got ~100 PCs, some servers and see three ways to assign IPs: Static IPs for every PC/server Static IP reservation by MAC-address in DHCP ...
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How can I programmatically change a static IP address?

I have a box running windows which I want to assign a static IP to but give remote access to change that IP (without giving complete access to the windows instllation). I want to run a little app or ...
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Finding out if an IP address is static or dynamic?

I run a large bulletin board and I get spammers every now and again. My moderation team does a good job filtering them out but every time I IP ban them they seem to come back (I'm pretty sure it's the ...
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Linux: disallowing access to a network when the user has a static-defined IP address

In my network I run dhcpd3 set up to assign IP addresses only to specific MAC addresses. It works wonderfully, I even integrated it with bind9 to automatically create direct and reverse DNS hostnames ...
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Accessing static content of an ASP.Net MVC project with IIS7

I've pointed my local IIS 7 to my local ASP.Net MVC project and everything is working fine except for the static content. Going to http://localhost:8080/Content/Site.css gives me a 404. I can see the ...
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Is it worth running Nginx for static files of my Node.js app?

I'm currently writing a web app in Node.js and will soon be setting up my Linux server to make it live. I'm curious, is it worth running Nginx for my Node app's static files? Is it running Nginx to ...
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service static files under nginx & HTTP-Authentication

I have an app deployed in testing mode on a server. Access to it has been restricted to a select group of users via HTTP-Authentication. That works fine. The problem is that if I serve static files ...
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Nginx Reverse Proxy Node.js and Wordpress + Static Files Issue

I have had quite a time trying to get nginx to serve static assets from my wordpress blog. Have a look at the config and let me know if you can help. ( https://gist.github.com/1130332 - to see the ...
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setting static ipv6 address in ubuntu

I'm trying to add an ipv6 address to an already existing interface, which previouosly only had ipv4. This is my config: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth8 iface eth8 inet static address ...
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Fastest web server for serving static content

I'm optimizing our system for some faster static content delivery, and was wondering if anyone has any proper experience with the fastest web servers out there for such a purpose. From the three main ...
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Find device with static IP on different subnet

I bought an used Lantronix Spider and I cant seem to see it on my network (from my routers dhcp table). So my idea is that the device is not configured to use DHCP and assigned a static IP instead ... ...
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Fixing an IP conflict

I tried to static box on our network. Win Server 2003 tells me, intermittently, that I have an IP conflict. I have the box that originally had this IP sitting next to me, unplugged and off. I moved ...
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ASA Static NAT Understanding

I have an ASA configured as follows; Inside: 192.168.0.254/24 Outside: 10.0.0.1/29 (This is routed to the ASA) global (outside) 1 interface global (outside) 2 10.0.0.2 nat (inside) 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 ...
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How to serve a wget --mirror'ed directory of files with questionmarks in them

I'm trying to create a static mirror of a php application (an old php Gallery installation, specifically). The app produces URLs such as: view_album.php?set_albumName=MyAlbum wget downloads these ...
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Seamless IP switch for dedicated server

I have a set of IP's for dedicated servers which I will be losing soon and have a new block of IP's that I need to assign. The plan is to use a cisco router with dhcp to assign new IP's by mac ...
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Configuring Cisco ASA 5510 to assign static IP address based on MAC address

We have a CISCO ASA 5510 at work. We want to configure the same such that it can serve specific IP addresses based on the MAC address of the clients. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in ...
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Nginx no static files after update [closed]

First, i must say that i am not expert in server administration, my site was setup by hosting admins (that i cannot contact anymore). Few days ago, i updated Nginx to latest version (admin told me ...
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Organizing and hosting static files (downloads) with Apache?

I am trying to re-organize our web server and segregate download-able files from the HTML/content of the site. I have setup a "data" directory like so: /data /public /pdf, /image, /audio, ...
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Nginx Windows Proxy Cache server static content

Basically i am trying to setup nginx with apache but i want nginx to serve static content such as javascript, stylesheets, media files etc but i want php to be passed to apache listening on port 8080. ...
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Routing through subnets, static routes

Topology: C1 --192.168.111.0/24 -- R1 -- 172.30.0.0/24 -- Switch -- C6 |-- R2 -- 172.30.10.0/23 -- C5 I am a newbie in networking and I have a ...
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My ISP has me on a static IP address, but I'm sharing my connection. What IP address should I provide for Remote login?

The company I work for wants to set me up with Remote Desktop access to one of their servers. My ISP has assigned me a static IP address; however at home I have multiple machines sharing the Internet ...
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Fastest/scalable way to serve static files?

What options are there to serve static files very fast? Are there any options that allow caching the file in the memory of the server, etc? For example caching the js files in the memory. I know of ...
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Nginx as apache reverse proxy giving 404's on .htaccess rewrite

I'm trying to use Nginx as reverse proxy with Apache to cache static files, etc. I'm having an issue on a new install, that it's not passing on URIs to Apache. Basically I have a vBulletin forum, and ...
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how to configure static ipv6 and additional ipv6 with same vlan?

I'm having trouble with configuration static ipv6 address and additonal ipv6 on same interface(eth4). static ipv6 configuraiton issue firstly, I configure below vi /etc/network/interfaces auto ...
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static route: why does a destination address needs a subnetmask [closed]

When I define a static route, why I have to define a subnet mask for the destination network? What would happen, when I have more than one gateway an the subnet masks of all destination networks are ...
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1answer
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Configuring htaccess/mod_rewrite to serve static files with question mark in the URL

I've just taken on hosting of an ancient site that was converted from asp to static html, consisting of about 6,000 files. However, my server doesn't like the filenames, giving a 404 error. The URLs ...
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Setting up IP addresses in Linux networking

I am running Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu Server editions on two separate VMs. For the desktop I have set network adapters: Adapter 1: internal network called intnet Adapter 2: NAT Server adapters: ...
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Routing to a floating IP between 2 servers on different networks

I have two servers in two different network subnets, there is a heartbeat between the servers and they automatically select active / standby. the active server will have a floating IP assigned to one ...
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Linux Route All Internet Traffic through secondary interface

Given the following output from ifconfig, I would like all outgoing traffic to come from bond1:1 instead of the default bond1 interface, how would I go about accomplishing this? bond1 Link ...
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Serving static sites from S3 with nginx

I know that S3 can serve a simple index.html file if it's in the root of a bucket, but my need is to serve lots of simple static sites and S3 has a limit of 100 buckets per account, so I have to use ...
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Why is this static routing not working?

I'm trying to develop a DHCP enforcement extension like Microsoft NAP. My trick to block dynamic-IP requesting machines (that don't meet certain policy) is to strip the default gateway (no default ...
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How do I setup a router to forward packets (to/from) a specific IP to a specific _hardware port_?

I would like to route all traffic to 192.168.1.10 to hardware port 1 on my router and all traffic to 192.168.1.11 to hardware port 2 on my router. The issue here is that I have a network attached ...
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Static Route Issue Between 192.168.0.0 and 192.168.2.0 [closed]

This is probably an easy one, but I can't figure it out! I have created a static route from my WIFI network (192.168.0.0) to my wired local network (192.168.2.0) on a Draytek modem. When I try to ...
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Static route works on one computer, not the other

I have been struggling with this for a couple days now, maybe I just need some people with a fresh perspective to figure out what the issue is. Basically I have a bunch of computers that are being ...
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Static NAT with 2 ISPs on CISCO router

Our company has a block of real ip addresses 91.xxx.xxx.0/24 and have bgp sessions with 2 upstream ISPs. The problem I ran into is that we need to configure static nat on a cisco router, so that 2 ...
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Zeroshell ping time out & sometimes undetectable

I'm a newbie system administrator. I am currently managing the internet connection for a college and have decided to use zeroshell. My problem is that when I plug the zeroshell box into the ...
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Assigning a static IP address to DHCP network

I would like to add a static IP address to computer on a DHCP network. If I reserve an IP address for this computer does this result in a static IP address?
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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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How many users can Apache Handle?

I have a static site and an 8GB RAM Server. The site would have just some javascript and static content. I need to handle about 20,000 concurrent visitors. Will my 8GB Server able to handle this ? ...
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ADSL with static IP address?

I would like to know which ISPs offer DSL/ADSL service with static ip address? It doesn't matter if it is for home or business users, if you know some just name it. Thanks in advance
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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 ...
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How can i build apache httpd statically?

I need to build an apache httpd server that will be able to run under multiple linux os (RH, SUSE, e.t.c.) The main problem is that httpd is using shared libraries: ldd httpd/bin/httpd ...
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Serving static directory on subdomain with assets

I have a html presentation which I would like to serve on a subdomain on my server. It just consists of some static html files and some assets (the Github is here). I'm trying to write an nginx ...
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Lighttpd as tomcat proxy with static content serving

How can I configure Lighttpd to serve static content on specified URL address (eg. www.my-domain.com/static) from specified directory (e.g. /var/www/my-domain/static) ? Rest of requests must be ...
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Debian Static Routing not working?

I have to be doing something wrong. the network is setup as below: ST1 eth0 192.168.254.253 255.255.255.0 no gate ST1 eth1 10.10.10.6 255.255.255.252 no gate ST2 ...
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Static IP changes from ISP [what to do on a Windows 2003 server with DNS, webserver, Exchange]

Our ISP is changing our static IP soon and we have a Windows 2003 server that's running as a webserver: hosting web pages, e-mail with Exchange, DNS and Active Directory. My question is: is it as ...