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Mar
20
comment Best way to add a DNS wildcard record for a domain
You still need example.net. in there
Mar
19
awarded  Yearling
Mar
18
comment Is it a bad idea to stop unnecessary services running
What enhances security and stability is not so much the NTP daemon in particular, but having a reasonably well synchronized system clock. Doesn't need to be an NTP daemon, in many cases a cronjob doing ntpdate every now and then is good enough, and actually easier than to lock down ntpd.
Mar
14
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
13
answered Wildcard certificates with short hostnames?
Mar
11
comment Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
Networks are not well known (to us), not under our control, and might change over time without notice. Added this to the question.
Mar
11
revised Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
added 410 characters in body
Mar
11
comment Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
I don't know the default route in advance. I am getting this information from the DHCP service on say eth0.
Mar
11
comment Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
I am contemplating this issue for a while. Writing it down gave me an idea, but unfortunately i cannot test before next week. Should i not post this idea until i tested it? But fair enough, i removed my request for others to confirm, that's a bit lazy.
Mar
11
revised Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
Removed request for confirmation
Mar
11
answered Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
Mar
11
revised Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
Added example
Mar
11
asked Multiple DHCP uplinks - How to ignore DNS and default route on all but one?
Mar
10
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
5
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
4
awarded  Custodian
Mar
4
reviewed Approve Is the hostname part of HTTP(S) URLs truly case-insensitive?
Mar
4
revised Is the hostname part of HTTP(S) URLs truly case-insensitive?
prevalence of non-compliant clients
Mar
4
revised Is the hostname part of HTTP(S) URLs truly case-insensitive?
typos
Mar
4
asked Is the hostname part of HTTP(S) URLs truly case-insensitive?