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Assuming there isn't a firewall or router between the end users and the server you could employ STP (spanning tree protocol) and the following layout: This would give you the redundancy you are seeking. If a single "core switch" (the m4100-50) goes offline traffic should be able to keep flowing. Depending on how STP is configured (what type of STP and ...


Perhaps turning recursion off will do the trick: allow-recursion { none; }; Or: recursion no; Explanation: Turning off the forwarders will prevent your DNS from sending requests to another (likely recursive) server. You also need recursion turned off on your own server to prevent it from doing the recursive queries itself.


I had to make a couple of additional modifications to get this to work for me on my SLKWRM0000200 running Fabric OS v6.2.2b. I had to add the following to the %vendortable array in rancid-fe: 'brocade' => 'brocaderancid', Then I used "brocade" as the system type in router.db like so: fc-sw03:brocade:up I also had to change "set ...


Using Powershell. Here is an example of changing the network profile of a network interface called Ethernet to "Private." This is a one line command. Set-NetConnectionProfile -InterfaceAlias Ethernet -NetworkCategory Private This will work on any local computer with Powershell installed.


There are several ways to accomplish what you want, and yes, prepending your own AS to the routes (prefixes) you advertise to ISP, along with setting a LOCAL_PREF to the ones you (will) re-advertise internally is a good point. Basically, you need to: Make the prefixes (routes) you advertise through R1 preferred for ISPA (influencing inbound path). Make ...


from DO pricing page: "Each droplet is billed per hour up to its monthly cap." You want to use traffic in internal DO network. Just create on each droplet interface with internal address and route your traffic into them. General question - general answer. Please, clarify - what is the problem ? How to create internal interface ? How to route it ? Anything ...


The "routers" you are using are all-in-one wireless access points, NAT firewalls, and routers combined. Turning off the Network Address Translation of the secondary routers may help, but you'll still need to introduce static routes on the primary one. Alternatively, just turn off the entire routing portion altogether on the secondary routers and configure ...

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