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answered Windows Server 2008 R2 grinds to a screeching halt during file copy operations
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comment Moving website to different host
Good point. It might also be using host headers (it-notebook.org/iis/article/understanding_host_headers.htm) but hopefully the site that you have doesn't. If you're lucky you should be able to bring it up remotely by IP or locally by adding it to the host file as GruffTech mentioned. If not, then it might take a bit more tweaking to get it moved successfully.
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answered Moving website to different host
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accepted Cisco ASA 5510 w/ AIP SSM - Can it inspect SSL traffic?
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comment Windows Server 2008/2003 - determine all “used” local network ports
Yes - they are all on the same network.
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comment Windows Server 2008/2003 - determine all “used” local network ports
I considered using nmap and windump (tcpdump for windows) but it seems like such a pain - scan a host, isolate ports discovered, watch the traffic, parse the resulting logs x100. ><
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comment Windows Server 2008/2003 - determine all “used” local network ports
I just asked the network guys if our gear supports netflow and they said yes. I have played with ntop in the past, and have a pretty decent understanding of packet structures but I have never produced or interacted with a netflow. How steep is the learning curve (given that I am already familiar with grep/awk/sed parsing tools)
Aug
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comment Windows Server 2008/2003 - determine all “used” local network ports
One point of clarification - right now I am only concerned with ingress filtering.
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accepted lftp: how to echo an unsupported command to remote server
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comment lftp: how to echo an unsupported command to remote server
in best carnival barker voice WINNAR! ty
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comment lftp: how to echo an unsupported command to remote server
It doesn't work.------Command: SITE CPWD thispass thatpass----Response: 550 Command SITE failed-----If I use filezila and "Enter custom command..." I get/-----Command: CPWD thispass thatpass---Response: 250 CPWD successful
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asked lftp: how to echo an unsupported command to remote server