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Mar
13
comment Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
Thanks a lot for your really great answer! This will give me a very good point to start. Especially the syslog thing will help us analyzing, I guess. Again - thank you!
Mar
13
accepted Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
Mar
13
revised Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
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Mar
13
comment Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
(1) a deep 'sorry' for that. You are quite alright here. Not my day today :( (2) I will update the question, so that I hope it shows more of my problem.
Mar
13
comment Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
you degrade my question, because of not understanding what I'm asking for? Wow, that is a new kind of communication. And no - if these informations are shown in a collected/grouped way as you need it, when ~100.000 dropped connections come in, I would not ask.
Mar
13
asked Find source(s) of dropped packages in Cisco ASA GUI
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Dec
22
comment using sendmail with only non system users
oh to 2) -> except YOU, what I really appreciate!!
Dec
22
comment using sendmail with only non system users
1) I did this exactly that way, but sendmail/recipient.c is still invoked, so it's not possible to achieve this without a patch 2) Noone seems to be interested as my inital question to this problem was even set on hold by some super-php-hackers on stackoverflow.... Sometimes even I'm huffy ;)
Dec
21
answered TCP 443 Connection goes into server but never reaches Apache2 (Passenger)
Dec
20
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Dec
20
comment Limit ftp connections with pf firewall at FreeBSD
Oh, and yes. You could also install proftpd - here you can limit this out of the box: proftpd.org/docs/directives/linked/config_ref_MaxClients.html
Dec
20
answered Limit ftp connections with pf firewall at FreeBSD
Dec
20
comment Can't remove zfs log device from pool
How was the log device added? Or was it attached? Was one of the two log devices mirrored? If there was a difference between the pools and how the log device was included, this could lead to the way you have to remove/detach it again.
Dec
20
answered Apache httpd processes in lockf state
Dec
20
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Dec
20
accepted using sendmail with only non system users
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19
revised using sendmail with only non system users
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