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revised SFTP - Unable to Overwrite File - “EOF received from remote side”
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comment How to disable SELinux for Apache httpd only on my Fedora 14?
Could you post the exact error message, and also the output of "ls -Z xxx.so"? As the article I mentioned says, you COULD set Selinux to be "permissive" instead of "disabled", then use the logs to see what needs to be done. I urge you to read the article I mentioned above.
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answered How to disable SELinux for Apache httpd only on my Fedora 14?
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answered How common is NAT within companies (one public ip address)?
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comment Global VPN Client Can't Acquire IP Address
Here is a pertinent thought copied from Kevin Kuphal in: serverfault.com/questions/38069/… Do you have each of the subnets in question defined as VPN subnets in the Sonicwall network object configuration? If you have them classified as LAN or WAN, then your "LAN to VPN" rules won't apply
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comment Global VPN Client Can't Acquire IP Address
Yes, josh, I agree that manually setting addresses is not the actual solution. The thought was to just see if that address range worked.<br /><br />What OS version is the Sonicwall? Can you not allow the Sonicwall to be the DHCP server, instead of an external DHCP server? And, can you log the outgoing traffic from the Sonicwall so as to see if DHCP is leaving it, as opposed to not being received by the client?
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comment Global VPN Client Can't Acquire IP Address
Oops - not finished. I;m thinking that when you get an address from DHCP, the SOnicwall has a routing rule that allows the traffic to find its way from the client to a target and back. And when DHCP is not used then whatever address the client uses, is not properly routed. Perhaps you could try manually assigning one of the DHCP addresses.
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comment Global VPN Client Can't Acquire IP Address
OK, so that confirms what I thought you meant.What address does the VPN client have when DHCP is not used?
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answered Global VPN Client Can't Acquire IP Address
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comment See network computer description in Explorer
@Helvick, it does not need to be Perl. It can be Java or C or Windows scripting - whatever the implementer is comfortable with. I just used Perl as an illustration. The script simply needs to process the output of NET VIEW into useful HTML.
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answered See network computer description in Explorer