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Feb
14
comment ESX servers in a DMZ
Ok maybe this is the bit that I not explaining well. The DMZ is on a remote site, an entirely independent network (network 1). The vCenter server is on our office lan (network 2). Network 2 can connect to any machine on any port on network 1. But network 1 is not allowed to initiate a connection to network 2. Any traffic destined to network 2 from network 1 gets dropped by the firewall as it is traffic to a non-routable address. The only solution I can think of is setting up a VPN from network 1 to network 2, but this is not acceptable.
Feb
14
answered Server power supply failures?
Feb
14
comment ESX servers in a DMZ
Explain exactly what you mean as I don't thing you understand the question.
Feb
14
asked ESX servers in a DMZ
Jul
10
comment winbind on a Samba only network
ok I had done that also, each machine had an account on the domain. I think the crux of the problem is, if I create a new user on the PDC (passwd -a user & adduser user) none of the other servers are aware of this user. As I would expect in a windows PDC envoirnment. James
Jul
10
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Jul
9
answered Postfix performance
Jul
9
answered I am having problems adding domain accounts to local groups
Jul
9
awarded  Teacher
Jul
9
answered MS SQL Layout for best performance
Jul
9
asked winbind on a Samba only network