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answered Static public IP issue on Cisco ASA 5512x
Jan
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accepted Linux Full Packet Capture
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comment SSH as root using public key still prompts for password on RHEL 6.1
@DeanSchulze I agree with gertvdijk, this is simply a workaround, it doesn't address the core issue: ssh access to root on your server through pki is denying access with no real indication why.
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accepted rsyslog dynamic file filter
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answered rsyslog dynamic file filter
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comment Linux Full Packet Capture
Is there an easy way to remove files past a certain age? Logrotate seems like the community standard, but how do you integrate multiple filenames into it's functionality?
Dec
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comment Linux Full Packet Capture
@Zoredache I agree, at a sustained 60Mb/s, that would be a huge file; so large, I doubt I have enough space for full packet logging. I wanted to give a more realistic bandwidth expectation, but I honestly have no idea. During business hours, I would expect bandwidth usage to be closer to 5-10Mb/s, while morning/lunch/closing might spike to 30Mb/s, and the occasional monthly large update push that might max it out. Perhaps tshark/tcpdump/logrotate offer a combination of size and time rotation?
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asked Linux Full Packet Capture
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accepted Cisco Sticky Mac vs Juniper Persistant-Mac
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answered Cisco Sticky Mac vs Juniper Persistant-Mac
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answered Is there an application to slowdown connection intentionally?
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answered VLAN support on Juniper EX - 2200 switches