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comment How do you find what process is holding a file open in Windows?
AVOID Unlocker, unless you want your browsers hijacked >_<
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comment Most long-running commands instantly killed on Amazon EC2 (Ubuntu 10.04)
Yep, you're getting bit by the oom-killer; which means you've run out of memory. Try adding some swap space to your instance (even just a few hundred megs of swap can help a lot in a low-memory situation).
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answered Most long-running commands instantly killed on Amazon EC2 (Ubuntu 10.04)
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answered ASA 5505 vLAN Routing - 2 LAN 1 WAN
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answered Perforce Proxy Server: Caching selective files
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answered Can you use a public cert to do Radius for EAP?
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answered Odd traffic behavior of statically entered mac addresses over cisco 3750 vlans
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comment Help me with my Cisco ios config
Not exactly. Port 4 is where your internet connection plugs in, right? That is a router interface with its own IP address (your external Internet IP address to be exact). You don't need to move any physical connections, especially if everything is working other than the port forwarding. If you're still having problems, it's probably the ACLs.
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comment Help me with my Cisco ios config
No, when you use 'interface xxx' in the 'ip nat' statement like that, it substitutes the interface's IP address. In that statement, the internal (local) address and port are first, then the external (global) address (or interface) and port.