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I like programming. Relatively proficient at Java, C, and Python.

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Sep
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Sep
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May
21
comment Configuring client certificate authentication in apache
Apache is version 2.4.2 and OpenSSL is 0.9.8r (Feb 2011, not that recent afterall).
May
21
comment Configuring client certificate authentication in apache
Hi Kevin, I did end up fixing this issue by upgrading both Apache and OpenSSL to (I think) the latest versions as of when this question was asked. I'll have a look when I get to work and I'll get back to you.
Apr
28
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Nov
11
answered Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
Nov
11
comment Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
Yea, that's what I'm trying to find.
Nov
11
comment Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
@joeqwerty On the Windows machine that is not part of the domain I had to tick the box for "Use this connection's DNS suffix in DNS registration" to make it work so I assume that this means it is the connection specific DNS suffix. And yes I did allow secure and unsecure updates to the zone.
Nov
10
comment Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
@MDMarra Yes it is, most of the working machines are, but there is one Windows machine that is not joined to the domain that still successfully sends a dynamic DNS update to the server. I think it is using DHCP DNS update delegation.
Nov
10
comment Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
@JohnSiu That information is available in the question.
Nov
10
asked Dynamic DNS updates for Linux and Mac OS X machines with a Windows DNS server
Nov
3
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
Definitely the source port.
Nov
3
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
Something is definitely going wrong, as I cannot see the packets at the destination. Whereas if I remove the rules, I can see them at the destination. I have also tried moving the rule above the other SNAT rule, but this doesn't make a difference.
Nov
2
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
I've updated the questions with iptables rules.
Nov
2
revised IPtables SNAT eats packets
Added iptables config.
Oct
24
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
There are quite a lot of rules in iptables, most not related to this, but I can post them if it will help. However, looking at the iptables flowchart, isn't nat/POSTROUTING the last table/chain to process a packet destined for another host?
Oct
24
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
Oh. How can I know the destination port if I want the packet to continue to its original destination?
Oct
24
comment IPtables SNAT eats packets
So would I. Except that --to-port is not a valid option. And I want to change the source port, not the destination.
Oct
24
asked IPtables SNAT eats packets
Oct
4
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