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I often get a lot of great answers and I find it difficult to decide which one is the best. If I did not choose your answer, this doesn't necessarily mean yours is not good.


Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
26
revised Is the server still vulnerable to attack if we don't turn off cgi.fix_pathinfo?
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Aug
26
asked Is the server still vulnerable to attack if we don't turn off cgi.fix_pathinfo?
Jul
17
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
28
accepted Giving an IP address outside the network to the router to safely make it a switch?
Feb
19
asked Giving an IP address outside the network to the router to safely make it a switch?
Jan
29
comment Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
By the way, if anybody wants to get into the admin interface of this router to play around with it. Here you can find the online demos, hope you like it: supportforums.cisco.com/community/netpro/small-business/…
Jan
29
comment Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
I didn't know about DHCP reservation so didn't think about this possibility, which is probably the reason why the printer behaves like this. Regarding /24, I just want to indicate the subnet mask of the IP, I didn't pay much attention about its correct usage but I now know about it. Thanks so much for your detailed explanations.
Jan
29
comment Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
@Michael Hampton♦ I didn't have the concept of DHCP reservation so I didn't ever consider this possibility. I think your guess is most likely a correct one. I will see if I can get the admin access and confirm on this and report back.
Jan
29
accepted Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
Jan
29
comment Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
@Michael Hampton♦ From the front panel of the printer, it shows 192.168.0.254 as its IP. Since I don't have admin access to the printer, this is the only info I can get.
Jan
29
asked Shouldn't we exclude a static IP from the DHCP pool?
Jan
28
revised Can a home router separate private network?
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Jan
28
awarded  Informed
Jan
28
asked Can a home router separate private network?
Jan
19
comment Should we have one pool for many websites in Apache+PHP-FPM?
I think I am going to first try the "one pool per website" approach in on-demand mode to see if there's any problem. While it might be a little bit slower than dynamic/static mode, it won't take up a lot of RAM even when it's idle.
Jan
19
accepted Should we have one pool for many websites in Apache+PHP-FPM?
Jan
16
revised Is this normal that www-data still needs to have read and execute permissions on htdocs when using PHP-FPM?
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Jan
15
asked Is this normal that www-data still needs to have read and execute permissions on htdocs when using PHP-FPM?