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Oct
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comment Cannot Access Windows 2008 R2 Member Servers From The DMZ Zone to the Internal Network Domain Controller
Which ports did you open? Is there any NAT'ing across either interface? Does the WatchGuard allow you to run a capture?
Sep
11
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Aug
7
answered Copy VM from ESXi 5 to ESXi 4?
Jul
28
comment PIX Firewall Causing Packet Loss
When you say packet loss, do you mean 100% loss (there's no data traffic), or do you mean somewhere between 0-100%? When you say the side having the problem is on the outside - what do you mean? That packets going inside->outside are being dropped? But that outside->inside are not? It may be helpful to post your capture up at http://cloudshark.org/ and then share the link here. What PIX version are you running?
Jul
23
comment Converting an Ethernet Coupler to a Crossover Adapter
The crossover is enough for 100Mb - you're sending the TX pair to the RX pair, and vice-versa. For 10/100/1000, it'll just dumb down to 100MB with that setup. If you need Gb crossover, the concept is the same - simple electric continuity from pin to pin. If you need to make it work on any standard, the wiki page shows the pins needed to setup the crossover. Choose one side one way, and the other side the other way.
Jul
23
answered Converting an Ethernet Coupler to a Crossover Adapter
Jul
20
answered Active RDP session over VPN getting disconnected
Jul
11
answered Possible to set up a management interface on a Cisco 2901?
Jul
11
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Jul
11
revised Outside VPN traffic not able to ping site-to-site VPN remote site
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Jul
10
comment Outside VPN traffic not able to ping site-to-site VPN remote site
He must have a route to 192.200.0.0, as he's able to pass traffic over the vpn tunnel.
Jul
10
answered Outside VPN traffic not able to ping site-to-site VPN remote site
Jun
29
comment How to see an IP's activity in Linux?
In general that's true. But, the poster says he is looking at certain IPs. So, with Wireshark, you can add a filter to the capture to narrow down what's stored. The poster also mentioned figuring out if the IPs were using certain protocols (ssh, ftp, http). Wireshark makes that very easy with its statistics feature.
Jun
29
answered How to see an IP's activity in Linux?
Jun
29
comment PERC 6/i will not find my SATA drives
Yeah, hard to know what "Dell-qualified Serial-attached SCSI (SAS) hard disk drives(HDDs), SATA HDDs" are exactly.
Jun
29
comment PERC 6/i will not find my SATA drives
do you accept the answer then?
Jun
29
answered PERC 6/i will not find my SATA drives
Jun
26
answered Skype performance in IPSEC VPN
Jun
26
comment Cisco ASA5505 won't sync with NTP
If the poster really wants to get away from w32time (again, this setup works just fine elsewhere), how about just use a dummy NTP server elsewhere on your network, and have the ASA sync to that. This way you're not monkeying with a critical service for your domain machines, that as far as we know so far is working fine for the OP. That NTP server can run whatever OS, whatever NTP server implementation, and sync to whatever root desired. Seems much simpler.
Jun
26
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