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Jun
21
comment Time synchronization in an heterogeneous environment
ntp is just made for that and i am not available of any viable alternative. let a lone a cross platform one. ntp should run fine on all types of devices. you don't need to roll your own ntp server, there are public ntp servers that are perfectly fine. if you are worried about time lag to the external servers, dont be. ntp eliminates that by mesuring the round trip time and incorporating that into the mesaurement.
Jun
21
answered snmpd does not update date due to filesystem access error in new ubuntu versions
Jun
17
asked snmpd does not update date due to filesystem access error in new ubuntu versions
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Mar
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asked Can Squid be configured to use the incoming IP address as the outgoing Address if multiple IPs are used on the server?
Mar
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asked How to package nginx with custom modules for ubuntu server?
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Jan
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answered Is my private key safe if I use authenticaiton agent forwarding with the ssh -A option?
Jan
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Oct
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revised Is there any rate limit when using the whois command on ips?
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Oct
4
comment Is there any rate limit when using the whois command on ips?
The manpage of whois says that it comes from the ripe and arin databaes, however they do not write about any limits. Thats why i'm asking. And I do not believe, I know. I am paying 25 USD every month for data that IS less accurate.
Oct
3
comment Is there any rate limit when using the whois command on ips?
As I pointed out I do not want to look up domains, I want to look up IPs. So there are no TLDs and no registrars involved. I am aware of the registrar limits. Also I own licenses for the best database I could find (Maxmind). My problem is not the money, its the quality.
Oct
1
asked Is there any rate limit when using the whois command on ips?