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answered Ping a Specific Port
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Constituent
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comment DirectAccess client can't connect
DNS resolves correctly and I can reach other servers at the same location. I've tested at another location with a different ISP and it fails there as well, but it consistently works with the mobile ISP. If I connect through ISP A and switch to ISP B once the DirectAccess connection is up I will sometimes continue to get ping replies from internal servers, but the connection will drop as soon as I try to access a real service like a web- or fileserver.
Sep
25
revised DirectAccess client can't connect
removed pfSense/NAT mentions as they turned out not to be the problem
Sep
24
asked DirectAccess client can't connect
Oct
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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answered ZFS Like Alternatives on Windows
Feb
22
comment What are the advantages of registered memory?
Thank you, this confirms what I was starting to suspect - that for a low-end server where max memory is usually ~16 GB, one might as well go for the cheaper unbuffered. Especially in the HP case mentioned where the registered memory limit is actually lower than the unbuffered :-)
Feb
22
accepted What are the advantages of registered memory?
Feb
15
asked What are the advantages of registered memory?
Jan
23
accepted Can't reach guests from host and vice versa in Hyper-V
Jan
23
answered Can't reach guests from host and vice versa in Hyper-V
Jan
19
asked Can't reach guests from host and vice versa in Hyper-V
Sep
30
accepted Problems serving SVN over HTTPS on Ubuntu 10.04
Sep
30
revised Problems serving SVN over HTTPS on Ubuntu 10.04
Added note about proposed fix
Sep
30
comment Problems serving SVN over HTTPS on Ubuntu 10.04
Sorry for not noticing your comment earlier! Yes, we're still using basic auth, but somehow the bug is not affecting Mercurial as badly as SVN (we've had login issues only twice since I posted this, both times fixed by a restart of Apache).