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Dec
7
comment Why might Windows falsely claim a self-signed root CA certificate is revoked?
Microsoft have a lengthy white paper on troubleshooting certificates - see technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700843.aspx
Dec
7
answered My mailserver is getting stuck in http://cbl.abuseat.org/
Dec
7
answered Why might Windows falsely claim a self-signed root CA certificate is revoked?
Dec
7
answered Make files editable for guests without using chmod
Dec
1
revised Opening port 5432 on ubuntu
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Nov
30
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Nov
30
answered Setting FQDN hostname and dot
Nov
30
comment Can someone explain the “use-cases” for the default munin graphs?
Great question, easily applicable to Cacti and other graphing apps. The graphs often look great, but it is pretty hard to figure out what they mean, and more what something that needs further attention looks like.
Nov
29
comment Which RBL's does sophos use?
Worth putting that information in your question here to avoid getting your question voted down. People don't take to kindly to questions that don't show someone has done a basic search for an answer already :-) Update your question, and I'll remove the down vote (I can't otherwise).
Nov
29
answered Teaming on Cisco Catalyst switch
Nov
29
comment Which RBL's does sophos use?
Why not look on Sophos website?
Nov
28
comment Backup script powershell… how would you do it?
Explain what you are backing up and what you are trying to acheive - don't expect people to spend the time trying to understand your uncommented code.
Nov
25
revised How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
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Nov
24
asked ntop to analyse bandwidth usage on multiple ASA 5505
Nov
18
comment Nagios plug-in check_snmp receives NO SNMP data from a CISCO Router
It's the version of SNMP in use on the equipment you are monitoring. You specific -v1 in your snmpget command. Run the check_snmp command without any flags to get the syntax. Mine uses -P to declare the SNMP version to use. It's an optional variable. I think the default would be 2c, so if your equipment only uses version 1 you would need to declare it when invoking check_snmp
Nov
17
revised How to limit a VPN user to just one host?
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Nov
17
comment How to limit a VPN user to just one host?
Which version of the ASA software are you using? ASA 8.4 includes user based access-control which might work for you.
Nov
17
revised Nagios plug-in check_snmp receives NO SNMP data from a CISCO Router
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Nov
17
answered Nagios plug-in check_snmp receives NO SNMP data from a CISCO Router
Nov
17
comment Server hacked - want to run an rsync backup in reverse. Will this work?
It got closed after the question had been edited. People clearly will vote to close a question just because someone else voted to close it. Not good for the site or the community.