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location Delaware
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Developer and Security analyst


Apr
30
accepted how to interpret messages with package dependencies problems using apt
Apr
30
comment how to interpret messages with package dependencies problems using apt
didn't solve my problem but answered my question
Apr
30
asked how to interpret messages with package dependencies problems using apt
Apr
20
revised debian dependencies (libssl-dev and libncurses5)
sources.list added
Apr
19
revised Apache DDoS Protection in router (pFsense)
added 204 characters in body
Apr
19
answered Apache DDoS Protection in router (pFsense)
Apr
19
asked debian dependencies (libssl-dev and libncurses5)
Mar
9
accepted iptables question
Mar
5
awarded  Commentator
Mar
5
comment iptables question
no since my LAN ist 3.3.3.3 and there is no routing to reach the 2.2.2.2.
Mar
5
comment iptables question
so as i understood, here i would use routing to reach my DMZ and not NAT, right? The problem is that, without NAT, if my DMZ get compromised then it's possible to reach my LAN (even with fw rules). with NAT i have a better security.
Mar
4
revised iptables question
added 525 characters in body
Mar
4
comment iptables question
if i have the ip 1.1.1.1 assigned to my WAN interface, i do a PAT to any to 1.1.1.1:80 redirect to my server at DMZ (2.2.2.2:80). it works. if i want to surf from my LAN using MASQ it works. what doesn't work is from my LAN if i try to access 1.1.1.1:80. Maybe because it's the same IP used for my MASQ?
Mar
4
revised iptables question
added 1 characters in body
Mar
4
asked iptables question
Jan
27
accepted 802.1x authentication on LAN
Oct
27
answered How can I prevent someone else's name server registration from pointing to my IP addresses? (i.e. change com zone file)
Oct
26
asked 802.1x authentication on LAN
Oct
22
accepted dns cache to run on a bastion host
Oct
21
comment Low cost, shared hosting services (with cron facility) in Germany
you could think about accepting one answer, no?