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Jul
22
comment Cisco Port Buffer Memory
Be aware the 6200 series does not have the larger port buffers that the 5500 has. they used to recommend the old 5000s but the 5500s are a pretty big step up.
Jul
20
comment Cisco Port Buffer Memory
Check out the Dell 5500 powerconnects for iSCSI. They have big buffers, and automatically QoS properly as Jason below has suggested and they have built-in stacking over HDMI that has enough bandwidth to suit most people's needs. On a budget, they're not badly priced either, but I'd ONLY use them as a storage fabric if I could help it.
Jul
12
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
3
comment Why adopt early?
Isn't everyone's reasons going to be different?
Jul
3
comment What amount of effort and money should one invest against DDoS threats?
I'll echo Chopper... take off and nuke the site from orbit, it's the only way to be sure.
Jul
3
comment Need to prevent SBS 2003 disabling its DHCP server if it sees another DHCP server on network
What kind of switch are you using? You can use DHCP snooping to squash DHCP services from non-authorized sources.
Jul
1
comment How can I specify nameserver's port number in osx?
Sounds like OSX doesn't user /etc/resolve.conf, start looking elsewhere.
Jun
27
comment Secondary fallback/failover network on Cisco ASA
Does that other upstream network permit this conversation?
Jun
27
comment ASA Slow IPSec Performance with Inconsistent Window Size
See what the command crypto ipsec df-bit clear-df outside does for you.
Jun
25
comment ISO2USB vs Universal USB Installer vs LinuxLive USB Creator for a CentOS 5.9 install
I prefer linuxliveusb.com
Jun
24
comment LACP Aggregation between Cisco C3750X and HP JD990A
Interesting... mode ON on a Cisco switch is PaGP only. Which switch did you put that command into?
Jun
20
comment Is it worth it to do revision control/puppet/etc. on a single-server-setup?
Git is just version control, you need a copy of this data somewhere else other than this server. You could probably keep that simple too, and RSYNC it off somewhere, anywhere.
Jun
20
comment Is it worth it to do revision control/puppet/etc. on a single-server-setup?
Sounds like a lot of effort with very little return. Solid backups and config file version control are probably all you need.
Jun
18
comment Virtualized MS-DOS computers cant communicate over IPX
They are configured to the same port group on the same vSwitch, right?
Jun
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
13
comment Site-To-Site VPN Failover
What types of Cisco devices? Routers? Firewalls?
Jun
13
comment Small network: any disadvantages to downgrading to local accounts with mapped drives only?
I would like point out that whether or not you use Active Directory or not, that if the "Server" is still serving files, your legally required to maintain the same licensing. You could do it cheaper with a cheap NAS however.
Jun
9
answered How Do I tie 2 ports of I have a dell 5448 togather for a teamed pair of broadcomm nic's
Jun
6
answered ssh command not working on juniper router
Jun
2
comment If I `sudo reboot` my Ubuntu 12.04.2 server with Postgres running, can I lose data?
Assuming it was properly installed :)