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Apr
12
comment Accessing server without port forwarding
The nat router remebers the source port and destination port along with the ip. So when a packet comes back it knows where to send it. The problem with a server is that client need to connect to it first, the nat router needs to know prior to the first packet where to send it hence the need for port forwarding.
Jan
16
comment MX point to different host then web server
@Sven Thanks for the edits, I didn't know how to tab properly...4 spaces so simple...
Jan
16
comment MX point to different host then web server
The interface changes from a registrar to another but normally it is straight forvward: modify zone, add records.
Jan
16
answered MX point to different host then web server
Jan
15
comment Windows Server requires login after reboot
Yep after the login it works. I think, like the previous comment, it seems to be my NIC not going up for some reason, I see it with a interjection sign prior to login in. Any idea on that? I can't see why it doesn't go up since after the login...it goes up.
Jan
14
comment Windows Server requires login after reboot
It is a physical server.
Jan
14
asked Windows Server requires login after reboot
Nov
27
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Jan
25
awarded  Analytical
Jan
24
comment How do I add an SSH key to my remote server?
and by default the directory is not created just create it if ls -la does not show it.
Jan
24
answered How do I add an SSH key to my remote server?
Jun
8
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8
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Apr
12
comment Want to learn about Linux servers and how to operate them?
Oh and I know it's a bit late, but thanks for the corrections!!
Dec
26
comment UFS filesystem creation date
I was not refering to files in lost+found but the lost+found folder itself, as it's a file it has a date.
Aug
15
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Apr
4
comment Why do DNS zone files require NS records?
I wanted to post an answer exactly like that. But it came first.
Mar
29
revised How does IPv4 Subnetting Work?
Add Nating question
Mar
29
answered Monitor SSH-traffic per user