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CTO of XDA Developers.

Linux systems are my specialty. As with any good system administrator, I dabble in networking, storage, virtualization, Android, and more.

LOPSA since 2008

I enjoy spending time with my family, social media, gaming and going backpacking. I have also blogged professionally for MakeUseOf, Lifehacker, and my own personal blog about system adminstration.


Feb
17
answered possible SYN flooding on port 80. Sending cookies
Feb
17
awarded  Talkative
Feb
17
answered ipconntrack suddenly became toooo large
Feb
16
comment Install Google tracking, apache level
Ah ha, I didn't try it, but sounds right.
Feb
16
revised Install Google tracking, apache level
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Feb
16
answered Install Google tracking, apache level
Feb
15
answered Stress Testing VPS
Feb
11
comment Is 2008 Server Core installation the most secure option?
This is a tricky question.... define 'best'. Put the 'best', most expensive tools in the hand of an amateur and you will still be insecure.
Feb
11
answered Find files containing a string on the whole filesystem
Feb
11
answered CentOS live CD does not boot
Feb
11
answered Sending e-mails with SMTP from PHP on Ubuntu Server
Feb
9
answered Blocking Proxy Users
Jan
26
comment DDOS by several IPs with one connection
What do you use as the firewall on the system? Plain-jane IPtables?
Jan
25
comment Setting up individually accessible public_html for each user of a linux machine
/etc/hosts does not affect anything other than local DNS resolution on the machine. You will need to add the correct records to the DNS server who is authoritive for yourdomain.com.
Jan
24
answered Please help anyone in configuring sendmail
Jan
24
answered Setting up individually accessible public_html for each user of a linux machine
Jan
24
answered Can't fsck From Live CD
Jan
24
revised DDOS by several IPs with one connection
edited tags
Jan
24
comment openwrt dmz nat loopback not working
Have read your question 3 times but I am still not sure what you are getting at. Could you please rephrase the question? If I get the gist of your question you need to allow access to your LAN from the DMZ ip address, but I am not sure if that is what you are getting at or not.
Jan
24
answered DDOS by several IPs with one connection