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Degrees:

  • Bachelor Applied Informatics - Application Development
  • Bachelor Applied Informatics - Networking (2nd Bachelor degree)

Programming languages:

  • C#.Net
  • VB.Net
  • Java
  • ...

Scripting languages:

  • Bash

Networking skills (courses followed):

  • CCNA
  • CCNP Routing
  • CCNP BGP
  • CCNP Switching
  • CCNP Troubleshooting
  • Cisco IPv6
  • Linux networking
  • Network Security
  • ...

Preferred OS:

  • Windows for daily use
  • Linux mint (ubuntu version) for daily laptop use
  • Debian as a server
  • PFSense as a firewall

Jun
5
awarded  Commentator
Jun
5
accepted dansguardian error: filterports must match number of filterips (pfsense)
Jun
5
comment dansguardian error: filterports must match number of filterips (pfsense)
it seems the number of interfaces you want dansguardian enabled on needs an equal amount of proxy-ip's (squid) configured. With my setup however, there are indeed multiple vlan's (LAN + VPN-LAN) but only one proxy IP (situated in the LAN).
May
27
asked dansguardian error: filterports must match number of filterips (pfsense)
Feb
23
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
4
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
21
answered webpages not displaying correctly
Jul
23
awarded  Scholar
Jul
23
awarded  Supporter
Jul
23
accepted GigabitEthernet down/down
Jul
23
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
A Cisco Router 1921, apparently Cisco implemented it this way in these routers. The only solution is to use loopbacks instead.
Jul
23
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
A Cisco Router 1921, apparently Cisco implemented it this way in these routers. The only solution is to use loopbacks instead.
Jul
19
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
I've found a link with the same problem mentioned, no answers doh: supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2130479
Jul
19
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
Cisco router 1921
Jul
19
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
using the no shutdown and no keepalive after still gives a "down down" result.
Jul
19
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
The problem is that I can not test the connectivity without having a physical connection. This is possible with the "no keepalive" command normally, but in this case it didn't work, status remains on "down down".
Jul
18
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
Agreed, by plugging something in, the status goes to "up up". But when testing on 2 locations, it's preferable to do this remotely. A "no keepalive" should tell the router that no keepalive packets are needed to give an "up" status.
Jul
18
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
I've tested further by connecting a device to the router. This time it says "up up" (is normal behavior), nothing wrong with the hardware.
Jul
18
comment GigabitEthernet down/down
No shut and no keepalive have been done on the interface. (otherwise it would say "administratively down" indeed)
Jul
18
awarded  Student