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Feb
28
comment High Load Average with modest CPU Utilization and almost no IO
Sorry, was heading down the path of what would be stolen cycles.. which you have 0 of =)
Feb
28
comment Lots of unused memory on EL6 compared to EL5
Is there a performance issue on the el6 boxes?
Feb
27
comment High Load Average with modest CPU Utilization and almost no IO
Linux is only going as far as scheduling to a virtual cpu though, which ESX then schedules via it's own algorithms to a real cpu. How similar are the comparable vm's? Very similar CPU for different load? Same memory usage?
Feb
27
comment Routing from one router to another?
You don't need a route on the pfsense for 192.168.1.0/24 as the WAN interface is already on that network. Have you enabled ping on the WAN interface? What is the general FW setup. I would expect the WAN to be blocking most traffic by default
Feb
27
answered Redirect without changing url htaccess
Feb
26
comment Is there a way to tell a device name (computer name) which connects to the internet jack from a wall without accessing the switch to find out?
In LLDP it's mandatory to send a Port ID to the recipient.
Feb
26
answered Apache Module to hold connections | backend to DMZ - DMZ to backend
Feb
25
answered understanding disk space on ec2 freebsd instance
Feb
25
awarded  Organizer
Feb
25
revised understanding disk space on ec2 freebsd instance
edited tags
Feb
25
comment Server thinks a request is coming from my gateway
Is this server you are setting up currently on your local network? Are you accessing the server via the external (WAN) address of your local router which you have NAT rules setup on to map through to the local IP of your server?
Feb
23
answered How to disable https access to specific virtual hosts?
Feb
23
answered IPTables reroute 2 times
Feb
22
comment SPF Records for subdomain sharing mail server
Not sure off hand. You're spf record looks a little redundant though. Do you really have mx records for the mail.server1.com domain? Do server1.com or server2.com resolve to something different to your ip? I'm not sure what an 'a' by itself does either, I guess it looks up the domain.com. 'a' record like 'mx' does.
Feb
22
comment BYOD and Google SSL
@Zoredache You can transparently intercept HTTPS. It's not perfect due to certificates but it's possible. OP is going to have the certificate issue anyway if they want squid to filter proxied HTTPS connections
Feb
22
revised BYOD and Google SSL
sslbump link and rephrasing to deal with transparent interception.
Feb
22
comment Why are my emails going to spam folder?
Do you have an SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record for your domain(s)?
Feb
21
answered BYOD and Google SSL
Feb
21
comment BYOD and Google SSL
Not sure about illegal, if these are in terms of use for the network that the users have willingly accepted. I've worked for companies that do it, they had the benefit of including their own CA certs in the desktop/laptop builds and it 'just works'.
Feb
21
comment When would I open Port 53 for DNS?
heh.. of course we miss the simple bit @venzen =) the destination port for the dns reply will be random above 1024 so the ops rule won't go near query replies. You'd need conntack or a static sport=53 dport>1024 rule to allow dns queries.