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bio website joshreedschramm.com
location Cleveland, OH
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.NET Consultant and Developer in Cleveland, OH. Also work in PHP/MySQL and Ruby on Rails.

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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Intermittent SSL “Timeout” w/ Apache and a RoR Passenger App
sorry to follow up with a comment just forgot one thing. It also seems to be "sticky" in that if the SSL route does load, it will continue to load for a while, so it may have something to do with worker processes.
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asked Intermittent SSL “Timeout” w/ Apache and a RoR Passenger App
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comment WGet from one site on a server to another site on the same server
the only entries in hosts besides your typical localhost route is routes to 2 internal ip names for our production and staging servers. one of those 2 is the box in question. but these route a 10.x.x.x ip to a company.host.local domain. Nothing for www.mysite.com
Oct
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comment WGet from one site on a server to another site on the same server
in both cases ping resolves the IP to the external ip, it just never gets a response. (same for wget and nslookup)
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asked WGet from one site on a server to another site on the same server
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accepted How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
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comment How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
Thanks @sajb. I have no problem paying for dyndns's service, after all it's a business expense :-) Also if you have any recommendations on hardware to make this easier by all means let me know I don't mind ebaying some stuff if it would work better than using a linksys off the shelf of best buy. I'm already buying a rack mount and some servers.
May
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comment How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
I'll actually check this out for general purpose use. Setting up a really dead simple network could come up in the future. I think what I want is actually slightly more complicated though. In my imaginary (thus far) network I actually have servers representing each major OS that i can use a dev servers / CI servers most likely running via VMWare ESX. I would ultimately need a root web server for my own site but there's a lot more sites that will be subdomained under that on potentially different OS platforms.
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comment How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
I own the domain via godaddy so I'm guessing the answer to the second part of the questions is no. I have a router, a couple actually, right now i'm using a airport extreme but I also have a linksys consumer grade router. I also have a commercial grade cisco switch. Pretty much the networking part, well that and knowing what kind of servers i need to run like DHCP / DNS / etc. I'm going to need a mix of dev environments including an old mac i have for iPhone stuff, a ruby on rails linux server and a win server for .net work. I'm good with using linux for the infrastructure stuff.
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awarded  Student
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comment How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
ya there's no rush. To be honest the doing it myself part is kinda important so i know what i'm doing from now on. I'm relatively familiar with various flavors of linux from an AppDev perspective but ill check out that deployment guide for centOS, thanks.
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asked How do i set up a fully featured small business network?
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