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Aug
27
revised Mikrotik switched VLAN configuration
Made last statement more clear (to me) and added code line for it too.
Aug
27
suggested approved edit on Mikrotik switched VLAN configuration
Aug
27
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Aug
27
accepted Mikrotik switched VLAN configuration
Aug
27
comment Mikrotik switched VLAN configuration
Great! I think what is missing here is /interface ethernet switch vlan add switch=switch1 ports=ether2,ether5,switch1-cpu vlan-id=1. Otherwise packets are not passed to CPU(?). Also, could you add how switch1-cpu switch port should be configured (in terms of vlan-mode, vlan-header, ...)? Currently it's set to vlan-mode=fallback and vlan-header=leave-as-is (as can be seen above)
Aug
26
asked Mikrotik switched VLAN configuration
Aug
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asked Lantronix Terminal Server local prompt
Jun
25
comment Nut says APC UPS is on battery. It is not
Indeed, this seemed to bring it back to normal.
Jun
21
comment Nut says APC UPS is on battery. It is not
It is connected via USB (driver.name: usbhid-ups)
Jun
20
asked Nut says APC UPS is on battery. It is not
Jun
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Feb
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Jul
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asked Usergroups in LDAP: User and Group in same object
Jul
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comment Encryption with ZFS on linux
Ok, I just see ecryptfs does not support ACLs unfortunately. So no option :-(
Jul
1
comment Encryption with ZFS on linux
The post states the reason is that Oracle hasn't released the source. But doesn't FreeBSD support the encryption? Then I wonder why WoL does not ... In any case, thanks for the ecryptfs pointer I will think about it ...
Jul
1
comment Encryption with ZFS on linux
@ewwhite: Maybe but you don't know my setup. In any case: It is my own server with own drive (i.e., no WAN/internet). I still want the stuff to be encrypted because it is not stored in the server rack as the server is.
Jul
1
comment Encryption with ZFS on linux
@MichaelHampton: You are right but then on the other hand I can't receive it on the backup target. The idea would be to do zfs send and work completely with inkremental snapshots. From the backup server in turn, the snapshots should again be archived to another location. Or does this still work with GPG too? (BTW: I assume to gpg pipe does not create much overhead right?)
Jul
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asked Encryption with ZFS on linux
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