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Feb
11
comment Network Misconfiguration when adding first host to new vSphere cluster
+1 because that usually is the cause of this problem.
Feb
11
revised Can someone explain what NETFLOW. and IPFLOW are?
Added link to Wikipedia Netflow page which gives more detailed explanation.
Feb
11
comment Sending e-mails with SMTP from PHP on Ubuntu Server
I didn't mark your answer down, but can say this. Think of someone hunting Google for a similar issue. The top result is this page. They get to this page only to find the only answer is to go back to Google. Not very helpful is it? The point of this site is to answer the questions definitively, as a resource for everyone, not just the original poster. If you think the OP didn't try hard enough, leave a comment, vote down their question, flag it, or move on leaving it for someone else, or oblivion.
Feb
11
answered Testing whether jumbo frames are actually working
Feb
10
comment router flapping after plugging in server
When you say "it is up and down like a yoyo" are you referring to the router or the server? How are you establishing up or down or flapping? What happens to the other devices on your network? Have you got console access to your router, and do you know what to do if you have this?
Feb
10
answered Network Misconfiguration when adding first host to new vSphere cluster
Feb
10
answered router flapping after plugging in server
Feb
10
comment Caching youtube on LAN
Probably because their ranking mechanism relies on views, and possibly completed views, which wouldn't be measurable if the content was served from a local cache. It probably also simplifies content licensing issues.
Feb
10
asked Network Misconfiguration when adding first host to new vSphere cluster
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
8
answered Network connection keeps dropping - bad hardware?
Feb
8
comment pointing sub domain to 127.0.0.1:port?
See my edit which goes a little further in answering your question.
Feb
8
revised pointing sub domain to 127.0.0.1:port?
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Feb
8
comment pointing sub domain to 127.0.0.1:port?
Ok - in that case, you will need to keep the port numbers in your URLs so that the requests are sent to the correct ports. You cannot define ports in DNS - just IP addresses.
Feb
8
comment Enable Ping in Windows Server Firewall?
What is more dumb is that the rule is disabled for the Domain profile, but enabled for Public and Private profiles. Surely most Domain profiles are on networks with a higher existing level of security than those you might deem Private or even Public...
Feb
8
answered pointing sub domain to 127.0.0.1:port?
Feb
8
answered How to subnet hosted VMs
Feb
7
revised What is the best method to determine an account through DNS A record configuration?
Answered the question this time, perhaps even helpfully.; added 142 characters in body; added 213 characters in body
Feb
7
comment What is the best method to determine an account through DNS A record configuration?
Ah - I see I misread your question. Updated answer.
Feb
7
comment Can MS Certificate Services be a Subordinate to CA created with OpenSSL
I was pretty pleased with myself when I realised I could set up a VM without any NICs and just use a virtual floppy drive to get CSRs on and signed certs off. Sneakernet reborn with a 21st Century Virtual shine!