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I'd recommend you to install observium server and via SNMP you can monitor and archive all information in real time.


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Some Cisco products (ranging from their SMB line to big-boy ASRs) use "show inventory" for displaying pertinent module and Serial Number information.


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We abandoned the server, by spec the two on board network interfaces were not supposed to drive full gigabit traffic. The second interface was indented to be used for management. A standard desktop core i5 with PCIe and two Intel i210 gigabit adapters was able to forward 1Gbit multicast UDP traffic with no problem. Although, it required tweaking the RX and ...


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In order to route wireless traffic to a single client that is not the router you can ARP poison your own network and make all wireless clients believe your Suriccata box is the gateway, and then you can route traffic to the actual gateway from your sensor. It would basically act like a middle-man. This is far too tedious and your sensor will likely crash ...


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What is the temperature inside of the room? Read the manufacturer's specifications. They provide the recommended ambient operating temperature ranges for the Cisco 3900. It seems like you should consider cooling for your server room. Portable air conditioners are a common solution to this problem. Why would you turn the equipment off?


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I had the same issue on a VM - IP address conflict, coming from the Mac address of the firewall it was connected to. I ended up adding a new NIC and removing the old one, which solved the issue.


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i hope its because of memory, you router will be capable of more memory but only few is being utilized, better to upgrade the IOS , this will help sort this out.


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it sounds like you have an IP address conflict, the next time it's not working before you ping it look at your arp cache arp-a and note down the MAC address, now ping the RMS server and look in the arp cache again


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I suspect (given the limited information) that you have your client machines set to use both the SRX5308 and OpenDNS in their local DNS settings. This is not an optimal configuration - the client will just pick one of the servers at random, and if it sends the query for the external domain to the SRX it'll fail, and conversely if sends the query for the ...


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The interesting line from the log is this: Aug 1 02:01:09 dhcp client: bound 192.168.0.102 via 192.168.0.254 during 60 seconds. There are two interesting pieces of information on this line. First of all, 192.168.0.102 is a RFC 1918 address. Which is not what you should be expecting to see allocated to the WAN of your router. Moreover during 60 seconds is ...


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Before we start you need to ensure you can ping your Ubiquity router's LAN interface, I am assuming it is 192.168.1.1. You will need to ensure the interface from your switch to your router is in VLAN 1 and then add an IP address to your Vlan 1 interface by entering the following command. The IP address must be in the same subnet (192.168.1.X/24) en conf t ...


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You need to add interfaces to the gateway/router for the 10.0.100.x, 10.0.200.x. and 10.0.300.x networks. Otherwise you can't route from those networks to a different (in this case a 192.168.x.x) network.


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Your IP address on your router and the ISPs router are the same. They shouldn't be. The addressing on the Ubiquity should match addressing for your Vlans IE 10.0.100.1, 10.0.200.1, 10.0.300.1 and should match the VLAN ID for each one of the corresponding VLANs. Your DHCP for each VLAN should be as follows VLAN100 10.0.100.0/24 Gateway 10.0.100.1 DNS ...


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You have to set it the same as the max. The shell command (tc) is the same to define your global bandwidth for the interface, and to define a class, so it has a guaranteed-bandwidth parameter and a max-bandwidth parameter. Although, I agree zeroshell could have remove one of the two values from GUI to make it clear.


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It seems like you are asking for something completely different from what you really need. What I read from your question is that you have some number of independent routers connected to different ISPs and as long as those are not interconnected with each other, the network works as intended. Now you want one server to be reachable from each network, so you ...


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Bridging and routing are not the same. Bridging happens at a lower layer than routing. Essentially bridging behaves like a switch. The virtual switch implemented by the Linux bridging code will have one interface attached to the upper layers of the network stack as well as a number of physical interfaces. So in your case where there are two physical ...



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