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Jan
2
comment Troubleshooting slow WiFi
Thus far, I'm satisfied that I've avoided most of the other channels. Have already run Wifi Analyzer previously to check this. When you refer to port mirroring, do you mean something like tamos.com/docs/monitoring.pdf ?
Jan
2
comment Troubleshooting slow WiFi
Yes, I've already checked the channels and I've selected the one with least interference so far. The good thing about this is that we're in our customer's location and the customer uses channel 1. We just take care to stay out of that channel.
Jan
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asked Troubleshooting slow WiFi
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Jul
25
asked Routing my home traffic to another server instead of ISP's default routes
Jul
23
comment Is there such a thing as a signed SSH keypair?
@nik: yeah, will do. sigh, more red tape.
Jul
22
comment Is there such a thing as a signed SSH keypair?
I'm pretty sure the security guy is confused, but since he's the IT Security guy from my client's company and not my colleague, I need to be a bit more tact and push constructively w/o just laughing at him and saying he's got things mixed up. Yes, it's definitely SSH and not PGP.
Jul
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Jul
22
revised Is there such a thing as a signed SSH keypair?
Added question on how to verify which SSH key was used.
Jul
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Jul
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accepted Proxy exceptions when using $http_proxy env var?
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Jul
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asked Proxy exceptions when using $http_proxy env var?