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Software Developer with Cisco Systems, Inc. Previously, Software Developer with Frog Design, Inc.


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comment The ipmitool conundrum
@HBrujin: Agreed most ipmitool transactions happen in a separate network/VLAN. But still the RMCP session protocol wants the BMC to store the passwords in plaintext. While we are using a reversible hash since plaintext is not acceptable, was wondering if there was any way we can store passwords on BMC using one way hash and still be able to use ipmitool.
Jul
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comment The ipmitool conundrum
@kce: If there is something grammatically wrong, please go ahead and edit. If you didnt understand the question, that's OK. You can read up things on ipmitool, or you can wait for an answer. If you want to close a question just because you didnt understand it, then thats ok too. Its a sad state of affairs for StackExchange websites, but still ok. :-)
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revised The ipmitool conundrum
Making the question more readable, I suppose
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comment Setting up DNS server to accept dynamic updates without FQDN
Is there any way to configure the DNS server to accept any hostname say "foobar" and treat it as foobar.domain.com
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comment Setting up DNS server to accept dynamic updates without FQDN
Its a domain and I named the zone as dns.com as well. Yes it is AD-integrated.
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revised Difference between a VMWare vSwitch and a Cisco Nexus 1000 switch
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comment NTP not syncing, only syncs on service restart
Could you add the contents of /etc/ntp.conf file here?
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comment NTP syncs with local timeserver but not NTP pool servers
ntpd is capable of all these functions: 1. syncing the time which will bring you gradually up to date by using incremental time steps 2. adjust the system time dramatically causing disruption or gradually without disrupting time sensitive applications by udsing the appropriate keywords in the .conf file (such as tinker, etc). In view of these, your answer is not very helpful. But thank you nevertheless.