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Jun
15
answered How do I reconcile Network Speed from Network Throughput?
Jun
15
comment set-up webserver with two nics
Of course the answer is to Read The Fine Manual, but here is a link with instructions on setting up static routes in Centos 6 (which is based on RedHat 6). docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/…
Jun
13
comment set-up webserver with two nics
If there is another network inside of 192.168.26.1, he'll need a route to that. Otherwise, +1, cause this is the correct answer.
Jun
13
comment set-up webserver with two nics
Is there another network inside of "Gateway to internal LAN"?
Jun
11
comment Performance Monitor in Linux
I don't think this is a duplicate of the linked question, as he is clearly looking for something simple. I think this is just a case of "I'm not familiar with the basic tools", and not "I need to implement a monitoring infrastructure".
Jun
11
answered Performance Monitor in Linux
Jun
11
comment ping: unknown host google.com
-1: This question is poorly worded and doesn't explain the actual problem is. I'd edit it myself to correct, but I can't really figure it out enough to even do that. I'll remove the minus one once the question is corrected to be clear enough to determine what it is actually asking.
Jun
8
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Jun
8
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Jun
5
comment how I can Specifying tcpreplay speed
+1, but wouldn't .086 round to .09 instead of .08? Also keep in mind that depending on the actual packets being replayed, they may not round evenly into the time frame/speed you are attempting to achieve.
May
20
comment FreeBSD performance tuning. Sysctls, loader.conf, kernel
This is one of my favorite posts, but I'd really love to see more guidelines about when to adjust some of the various settings posted above. For example, the Shared memory entry towards the top of the sysctl.conf section: how do I know if I want to increase it? How far should I increase it? There are too many different entries here to simply do trial and error with each one. Thanks!
May
1
answered linux + bash + export parameters in to a new file from data file
Apr
19
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Apr
7
comment Why need to send ARP to ask for MAC address when IP address is already unique?
What happens when station A changes network cards? Or when it adds another?
Apr
1
comment Ping “replies” from same computer with 'Destination host unreachable' (no route to other computer)
+1 I was wondering what the problem was. Wish I could double +1 for the mini wifi sniffing tutorial (I always just bust out kismet in a VM connected to a USB wifi adapter). Too bad srekel never came back to post what the real problem was.
Mar
29
answered Use number of downloaded file in wget as variable in bash script
Mar
27
answered Multiple DHCP servers available to virtual networks in VMware - how to set priority?
Mar
26
answered Both bashrc and bash_profile won't seemingly source? VirtualMin Clean install
Mar
23
comment XenServer: Editing clone configuration before boot
I'm sure there are good reasons, but I'm curious to hear more about why DHCP isn't an option. Thanks!
Mar
23
comment XenServer: Editing clone configuration before boot
+1 These are the two solutions that I was going to propose, although I'd like to know more about why DHCP isn't an option. I usually just use DHCP and configure my DHCP server with static entries for MACs that I assign to the VMs (ok, not really, I clone the VMs, then run a script that collects their MACs and generates the appropriate dhcpd.conf block, which I then stick into my dhcpd server before booting them; but same difference really).