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revised SSH into NAT'd servers on the same public IP address
Copy edited. IP is a protocol; it is IP addresses that are static, blocked, assigned, bound, fetched, accessed, resolved, checked, banned, tracked, detected, dynamic, grabbed, scanned, whitelisted, have different representations, that devices have, etc., not the protocol itself.
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revised SSH into NAT'd servers on the same public IP address
Copy edited. IP is a protocol; it is IP addresses that are static, blocked, assigned, bound, fetched, accessed, resolved, checked, banned, tracked, detected, dynamic, grabbed, scanned, whitelisted, have different representations, that devices have, etc., not the protocol itself.
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revised What is the sendEmail equivalent on CentOS 7?
Copy edited (e.g. ref. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uniform_resource_locator> and <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postfix_%28software%29>).
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revised What is the sendEmail equivalent on CentOS 7?
Copy edited (e.g. ref. <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CentOS>).
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revised What is the sendEmail equivalent on CentOS 7?
Copy edited. (its = possessive, it's = "it is" or "it has". See for example <http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Its-and-It%27s>.)
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revised Are my failed password attempts to different domain controllers cumulative?
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Aug
25
revised Is it valid to have several IP addresses resolving back (PTR) to one name that doesn't match either of the relevant A records?
IP is a protocol; it is IP addresses that are static, blocked, assigned, bound, fetched, accessed, tried, resolved, checked, banned, generated, tracked, chosen, detected, dynamic, grabbed, scanned, whitelisted, have different representations, that devices have, etc., not the protocol itself.
Aug
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Aug
23
revised What happens when a physical machine fails in a virtual environment?
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Aug
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revised Some DNS servers in the world giving wrong IP address for our domain?
Copy edited. Removed meta information (this belongs in comments). Jeopardy compliance. IP is a protocol; it is IP addresses that are static, whitelisted, have different representations, that devices have, etc., not the protocol itself.
Jul
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Jul
22
revised How to securely join two networks together over the Internet?
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Jul
22
revised How to securely join two networks together over the Internet?
Copy edited. Removed historical information (e.g. ref. <http://meta.stackexchange.com/a/230693> and <http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/266164>).