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Jul
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asked Spam addressed to a sender but received by everyone else
Jun
24
answered Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
Jun
24
accepted Barracuda Web Application Firewall in routed mode
Jun
24
comment Will a standard NAT-router firewall stop outgoing traffic?
What kind of router/firewall are you talking about? All but some really old D-Link I've used have the ability drop outgoing packets by source, destination, port/protocol.
Jun
23
comment How do I add a ftp client file upload option to a website (for an architect or printer)
yousendit.com offers a service where you embed a yousendit form on your website (very easy to do), and the file gets uploaded to their servers and emailed to you as a link to download. Worked very well for handling large job applications for an HR client.
Jun
23
comment Best way to securely communicate passwords and credentials to clients?
Either that or I wasn't paying attention the first time around.
Jun
23
answered Best way to securely communicate passwords and credentials to clients?
Jun
23
comment Troubleshooting a “slow” network
excellent. I would almost put that into a separate answer.
Jun
23
answered Best way to securely communicate passwords and credentials to clients?
Jun
23
comment Troubleshooting a “slow” network
Anything in particular you're looking for in the Cacti graphs?
Jun
23
revised Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
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Jun
23
comment Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
I do need NAT overload on that interface -- I have certain applications on the LAN that need to route out the fe0/1 interface (hence the permanent static routes defined in the router). It's not so much a source match -- I don't care where you're coming from -- but a destination route, which is why I chose static routes over policy routing.
Jun
23
comment Troubleshooting a “slow” network
When watching packets, what are some things you're looking for or "telltale signs" that there's an issue?
Jun
23
comment Troubleshooting a “slow” network
What about for internal application performance though?
Jun
23
comment Troubleshooting a “slow” network
possibly, but I figured a wiki would have a bit more longevity and give more people a chance to contribute.
Jun
23
asked Troubleshooting a “slow” network
Jun
23
comment Find IP address of a device?
Just tried that; my router responded. Nice tip.
Jun
23
comment Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
@Kyle: IOS 12.4.
Jun
23
comment Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
i.e. normally you'd add a pool with the WAN IP listed in it and pair it up with an access-list.
Jun
23
comment Cisco IOS: NAT overload for two WAN interfaces
@radius: it feels like there's a NAT configuration missing for the fe0/1 interface (the static WAN interface) -- because I'm not specifying any NAT config for it, how would the router "know" what IP to overload as in the NAT table when a private IP wants to route out through that fe0/1 (200.200.200.2) interface?