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Produce web applications, services and sites for a wide variety of customers, as part of a small company. Mainly ASP.NET C# and PHP, JS/jQuery and various CMS systems, such as Umbraco, Wordpress and Drupal and integrations to EpiServer.


A2C Digital AB
SIS Yrkeslitteratur
Hammarby Fotboll
Bytbil.com Produkter
iphonereparation.se
Ownit

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Sep
5
comment Forwarding emails to nonexisting users/aliases to external mail server
Do you have any experience with this kind of setup? Can I do something like line 1: test@customer.com -> in my environment; line 2: @customer.com -> send to relay; like a catch all for the adresses not in the list, if you get what I mean?
Sep
5
comment Forwarding emails to nonexisting users/aliases to external mail server
Thanks, sound exactly right!
Mar
31
comment Setup secondary server for Transaction Log Shipping without connection to primary server
Hi Adam, thanks for your answer. Looks about right, and should solve Server B, but how can I setup the Server A without access to a secondary server?
Mar
11
comment Can I hook a firewall inside a network and VPN connect to another network?
Do you know of any industrial VPN hardware client?
Mar
11
comment Can I hook a firewall inside a network and VPN connect to another network?
Yeah, the thing is we're using special hardware inside Network C, and no PCs will be there. The idea is to talk directly to a computer in Network A from the units in Network C. And as we already have a IPSec setup going, I'd like to stick to that for our case, but it seems a valid point for a more general purpose.
Mar
11
comment Can I hook a firewall inside a network and VPN connect to another network?
Hi, thanks for your answer. No that's my thought too, that the tunnel will have to come from Network C, but as you too said, it shouldn't be a problem. Because if the tunnel goes down for some reason the trafic from inside Network C would start the tunnel back up again, right? Also, assuming they allow IPSEC-trafic, my Network C-trafic wouldn't differ from an ordinary IPSEC software client, right?
Feb
26
comment Updating AFP version on Windows Server 2003
Say WHAT!? I cant connect using AFP at all? My colleagues are going to kill me when we do the switch.. :)
Feb
26
comment Updating AFP version on Windows Server 2003
thanks, I'll have a look at it. Do you know if Server 2008 is more compatible with AFP and file sharing for mac?
Jun
23
comment Could my GPRS connection be too slow for IPSec connection?
Thanks for your time and help Helvick! I really hope that's not what's going on over here, but who knows. Perhaps I should talk to my service provider about this. However, one would hope these things have changed over time, since the document is from late 2003. For reference, page 13 in document above says: "In addition the optimiser mayprovide optimisation to the TCP layer to cope with the specifics of a wireless connection [...] As the consequence there may be some problems when using TCP encapsulation for ESP. There is one known issue between the Cisco VPN and NGOs."
Jun
22
comment Could my GPRS connection be too slow for IPSec connection?
Hi, thanks for your answer. Yes indeed, we have used the same provider and the same APN. It's a special subscription, providing a public, static IP address, no NAT:ing going on. Are these "accelerators" normal? Do you have an example of one of these where I can read up on what it does and perhaps contact the provider about it?
Jun
22
comment Could my GPRS connection be too slow for IPSec connection?
Hi, Thanks for your answer, i suppose the connection could be dropping momentarily.. Though I am not getting any noticeable reconnection-delay from the remote connection while using it so to speak. We have a special subscription with the provider, giving us a static, public IP address, so i shouldn't be getting new onces. Sorry I forgot to mention this in my post. I'll try to find something in my logs about this though.