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Aug
23
comment SSH timeouts between hosts which are connected via multiple routes
@StefanZimmermann could you also provide the routing Information from Host A? I think of something similar as user Dru. After the arp timeout the connection tries or finds another way, and is not longer matching on one side of the connection. So we would neet to figure out WHERE this happens.
Aug
23
comment Linux set routing based on MAC address + failover
pfSense would meet all these requirements (DNS,DHCP,VPN,Proxy(extra package), LDAP Auth). I just could not figure out at home if you could create user based routing FW policy as I don't use any kind of authentication at home :) (sry). But I'd suggest to just give it a try or wait for another (real) answer.
Aug
23
comment How to bridge Network interfaces on Debian/kFreeBSD
Thanks for the answer, but i also would like to know about the ways to configure this, as I don't know exactly there to store those configurations. the openVPN things is interesting, and helpful, but I wanted the OpenVPN subnet to be a switched one as i want to provide 4 OpenVPN configurations on the server tcp and udp on port 80 and 443. As i Mentioned in my question, i'd like something as the /etc/network/interfaces file where I could store and set up all this things at startup.
Aug
22
comment Linux set routing based on MAC address + failover
As I don't know if it is an option for you, I'd suggest using pfSense for this "requirement" It is pretty easy to configure and manage, and enables the ability to create firewall rules depending on multiple rules. And also routing traffic to specific gateways, if you wish to do so. Maybe you could use the captive portal or the sqid proxy server to authenticate users and apply specific firewall rules to them? As I am currently not at home I can just comment, and not "answer" directly :)
Aug
22
comment SSH timeouts between hosts which are connected via multiple routes
@StefanZimmermann Then please provide some other informations like: "ifconfig", "sockstat -l", "pfctl -s all" and "netstat -rn"
Aug
22
comment SSH timeouts between hosts which are connected via multiple routes
could you provide us with some output of "netstat -tulpen", "netstat -r, and "iptables -L -n -v" (if Linux)?
Aug
21
comment What's the smallest physical server available?
Otherwhise Raspberrys, Intel Atom Boards, Sheevaplugs, or even Smartphones could be A possible Server. (i forgot to mention if the price per Unit/as a bunde is a requirement/limit?)
Aug
21
comment What's the smallest physical server available?
I need more requirements, or is everything els unnecessary? Maximum Power consumption, throughput, disk capacity, Network Bandwidth, connectivity (USB,PCIe,Firewire,SATA/SAS,ect), heat production/cooling requirement...
Aug
21
comment How to do port forwarding/redirecting on Debian?
@DánjalSalbergAdlersson Updated my Post (missed something. sry.)
Aug
21
revised How to do port forwarding/redirecting on Debian?
Updated POSTROUTING, and Mistakes
Aug
21
answered How to do port forwarding/redirecting on Debian?
Aug
20
comment What are the performance implications of running VMs on a ZFS host?
@StefanLasiewski I thought of something as hibernation for Memory snapshot that the VM will be consistent. But of course a small script for the application on the VM would be enough, to stop the service or flush the database. BUT(!) ZFS will have NO idea of the files beeing written iside the LUNF with any file system. It will complete ITS OWN write action and take a snapshot. If the VM haven't flushed their FS cache some operations will remain unwritten to the physical disk and maybe result in an inconsistent file inside the VM. For this reason i mentioned dedicatet Datastores for appfiles
Aug
20
revised What are the performance implications of running VMs on a ZFS host?
mentioning my other ZFS Port for monitoring purpose
Aug
20
comment What are the performance implications of running VMs on a ZFS host?
@MichaelKjörling Just editet my Post, hoping for better understanding (also with the comments from TheFiddlerWins and Stefan Lasiewski
Aug
20
revised What are the performance implications of running VMs on a ZFS host?
Gramar improvement, and additional infos
Aug
20
answered What are the performance implications of running VMs on a ZFS host?
Aug
20
comment How to detect a dead ISP in a multihomed Linux router and route traffic through alternate ISP?
@Michael Kjörling Thank for editing :). I was not aware that editing of other users posts is posible :)
Aug
20
comment Recommended way to setup a secure ESXi environment with a publicly accessible range and 2 NICs
A Console Connection (if the ESXi is running) can be achieved using something like this KVM Console. Just connect it to the on-board VGA and USB Ports an user a Network connection which is not public available. Of course depending on whether or not you have access to the Hardware. You could also use the public Network connection but, i have no experience or knowledge of security problems with such devices exposed to the Internet.
Aug
20
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Aug
20
comment Recommended way to setup a secure ESXi environment with a publicly accessible range and 2 NICs
@syneticon-dj I agree with that, but I would still recommend using a dedicated, yet small, router, if the given environment will enable such a Setup. Witch In dis case doesn't seem to be the case :)