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Apr
16
answered Can I use deploy Lync on 1 server without reverse proxy?
Apr
13
comment Packet routing on Windows server with two NICs
Because its a connected network, and a default gateway, nor any gateway at all is required to reach a host ON THAT SUBNET.
Apr
12
answered Packet routing on Windows server with two NICs
Apr
11
comment Junos Routes - Route Specificity vs Protocol
What type of device, what version of JunOS?
Apr
7
comment Configuring trunk interface in Cisco 3750 switch to allow multiple Vlans connected with Ubuntu servers having a single NIC (sub-interfaced)
Kudos, great answer.
Apr
6
comment IP addressing/subnetting
Sounds like a homework question... do it yourself.
Apr
3
answered ping and identify Cisco model without physical access or login?
Apr
3
comment Juniper EX BGP with Default Routes
Are you using this same EX switch for your external routing today?
Apr
1
comment High Inbound network traffic
check out the application NTOP
Apr
1
comment Are there any Triple Parity RAID cards commercially avaliable?
would RAID 60 not be three levels of parity?
Mar
30
comment Placing WAN Subnet on a VLAN?
Well.. you won't have much visibility into what those hosts are doing potentially, but I don't see anything wrong with it as long as that is acceptable.
Mar
29
comment Exchange setup with dual Mailbox/DAG role
All of this is in the microsoft documentation. DAGs are most certainly best practice.
Mar
28
comment tools for user account management for solaris and linux platforms
something wrong with LDAP?
Mar
27
comment ESXi5 - 12 Network Interfaces in Windows Guest
Maybe try a different virtualization product.
Mar
27
comment ASA 5510 - Routing between Interface
If it was an ACL issue, that should have done it.... does 7.0 have the command "icmp permit any outside" ?
Mar
27
comment ASA 5510 - Routing between Interface
The packets are ingressing on the "inside" interface, therefore that access list has no bearing since it is set as an "input" filter on the outside interface. You could try make another access list and setting that on the inside and see what happens.
Mar
27
comment ASA 5510 - Routing between Interface
Did you allow ICMP on the outside interface?
Mar
25
comment Mistakenly changed rack server hdds
do you have any idea what RAID level these were in?
Mar
25
comment Windows Small Business Server 2003 SP2 upgrade plan
That is a fantastic answer.
Mar
22
comment How do I keep Centos at version 6.3?
If you want to keep the packages you use at a particular version, you'll need to build a stack that has localized or contained builds of those packages. That way the stack always uses its own version of say... Java or some other library, and doesn't rely on what the system has. However... this is hard to maintain, and updates to things like the kernel or drivers may break it.