113 reputation
7
bio website twitter.com/IanVaughan
location Brighton, United Kingdom
age 38
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen May 23 at 8:25

Jun
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
29
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
25
awarded  Student
Nov
25
revised Verify IMAP/POP3 connection to Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5
clarify
Nov
25
asked Verify IMAP/POP3 connection to Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5
Jul
12
awarded  Scholar
Jul
12
accepted key exchange on auto install to allow password-less auth (via SSH)
Jul
11
comment key exchange on auto install to allow password-less auth (via SSH)
Cool, I will give this ago sometime later today...
Jul
11
asked key exchange on auto install to allow password-less auth (via SSH)
Jun
27
awarded  Supporter
Jun
27
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
9
comment Run a .bat file in a scheduled task without a window
I like the idea, but I am the only user on this desktop, and its a work PC so cannot create others. When ever I select anything else in the "Run as" box, it asks for a password and confirmation, of which mine fails.
Feb
9
comment Run a .bat file in a scheduled task without a window
Both this and Rocketmonkeys suggestion involve downloading new tools, which means more compatibility over various peoples desktops. The baked in, using windows commands is much better.
Feb
9
comment Run a .bat file in a scheduled task without a window
This does not work, the Scheduled Task->Status states "Could not start", thats with : start /b C:\file.bat : and : start /b "C:\file.bat" : but : C:\file.bat : works just fine.
Apr
29
revised iptables (NAT/PAT) setup for SSH & Samba
Damn got A's & B's mixed up!
Apr
29
comment iptables (NAT/PAT) setup for SSH & Samba
Thanks again, excellent idea, and your right, that would work! IF... I was allowed to change the main router. But I am within a company network, and thus cannot do that! (I have had them set routing for my subnet, 192.168.109.0/24 -> 172.24.150.50, but I was pushing my luck getting that!) Any anyway, I am actually after a different solution for transparency and portability. So again, many thanks...
Apr
29
awarded  Editor
Apr
29
revised iptables (NAT/PAT) setup for SSH & Samba
Update after response from Eddie.
Apr
29
comment iptables (NAT/PAT) setup for SSH & Samba
small note just for ref : "ssh -p $SOME_PORT" => "ssh <B_ip_addr> -p $SOME_PORT"
Apr
29
comment iptables (NAT/PAT) setup for SSH & Samba
That's a nice idea, but I have simplified the network diagram, there are many machines like A, and some have many hops, but they can all access B-eth0 ok. As you state, getting traffic for 192.168.0.0/24 to KNOW to goto 192.168.109.15 would be hard?! So this makes this solution not workable. Thanks.