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Oct
26
revised DNS resolution failing over to secondary DNS - why?
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Oct
26
comment How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
@RoundTower - in an ideal world that would be in place. Welcome to my real world...
Oct
26
comment How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
@mfinn - yes, we test the site annually. Still don't want to use it though.
Oct
26
comment Cisco ASA 5505 :: Techniques for limiting consumed hosts (max 10 with base license)
I am pretty sure the deal is less bad if you buy the ASA with the 50 user license, but I can't say for sure. If the price seems high, there are other firewalls out there - you always pay a premium for Cisco, and sometimes there is value in that, other times it is questionable.
Oct
25
revised Cisco ASA 5505 :: Techniques for limiting consumed hosts (max 10 with base license)
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Oct
25
answered Cisco ASA 5505 :: Techniques for limiting consumed hosts (max 10 with base license)
Oct
25
answered How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
Oct
25
revised How to extinguish a small fire in a server rack to minimize damage to surrounding equipment?
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Oct
25
answered Linux /home privacy
Oct
24
answered Cisco ASA - Force all traffic through SaaS Web Filter
Oct
24
comment Are PHP session files ever deleted?
If your question is specific to a particular version of PHP, then you need to state this in your question.
Oct
24
answered Cisco ASA 5520 configuration on two SITE, A and B
Oct
18
asked QoS on Cisco ASA 5505 by VLAN/subnet
Oct
18
comment What is the correct behaviour when Nameservers Change
How long ago did the changes take place. The rule of thumb is that it can take 72 hours for the changes to take effect everywhere.
Oct
18
answered What is the correct behaviour when Nameservers Change
Oct
18
comment What is the correct behaviour when Nameservers Change
Do you mean that you have changed the nameservers defined as authoritative for the domain via their NS records, and the ISPs DNS servers are still using the records from the previous nameservers? Do you have any kind of access to the old nameservers?
Oct
18
revised DHCP not working through long bridged network
fixed typo
Oct
18
asked DNS resolution failing over to secondary DNS - why?
Oct
17
comment How should I manage a domain that has certain nameservers but MX records pointing elsewhere?
Setting the NS record for the domain defines the server that is authoritative for the domain. Unless you have a good reason to do that, I would leave those settings alone. The Linode DNS management is there since they offer the service. You don't need to use it unless you know why.
Oct
14
answered How should I manage a domain that has certain nameservers but MX records pointing elsewhere?