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May
5
comment Internet is a series of tubes?
+1 they they simply brush it off by saying "i am not interested". but they simply fail to see that learning is not about whether you are interested or not. It's a fundamental human ability to improve ourselves, and an ability that many people do not use.
May
5
answered Internet is a series of tubes?
Apr
25
comment DNS Redirection - no such thing, or is there?
Seems like there's a bit of heat here. I think I prefer Mark's answer because it is simplest to understand. I can google for 301/302 redirect and find out how it works. Thanks.
Apr
25
comment DNS Redirection - no such thing, or is there?
+1 thanks for the full explanation, but I personally preferred Mark's answer.
Apr
25
accepted DNS Redirection - no such thing, or is there?
Apr
24
comment DNS Redirection - no such thing, or is there?
for that matter, I think we cannot CNAME the @ host, so I suspect it's not DNS.
Apr
24
asked DNS Redirection - no such thing, or is there?
Feb
29
accepted Cannot connect to gateway when dhcp server down in windows AD?
Feb
21
comment Enable Remote Desktop File Transfer
Hi Eric. I am also having this problem for some time. Wondering if you managed to solve this problem?
Feb
20
comment Cannot connect to gateway when dhcp server down in windows AD?
Thanks, but to clarify, that means, even though the laptop adapter says its e.g. 192.168.1.100 through "remembering", the gateway doesn't see it the same way? But mnually setting it to 192.168.1.100 instead will allow the gateway to see it? Then why is it that the laptops can see each other under the "network neighbourhood"?
Feb
18
asked Cannot connect to gateway when dhcp server down in windows AD?
Dec
16
accepted Does Windows Server 2008 R2 cache mapped network drive files?
Dec
16
asked Does Windows Server 2008 R2 cache mapped network drive files?
Dec
14
comment Given WAN IP, how to find out the LAN IP?
Actually the WAN is for untangle server, so I know what server it is, I just do not know where it is. So I could do a port scan on in the LAN and find all untangle ports. But the gateway mask is 192.168.224.0/20 and there could be more than one untangle server.
Dec
14
comment Given WAN IP, how to find out the LAN IP?
Not sure if it matters, but I am trying to find out the LAN IP from inside the LAN, same subnet, not outside. Is it still not possible?
Dec
14
comment Given WAN IP, how to find out the LAN IP?
Lols... because I am trying static route packets through the internal VPN rather go by the WAN link. But I need to know the LAN IP on the other side first.
Dec
13
asked Given WAN IP, how to find out the LAN IP?
Dec
11
comment What can be preventing Remote Desktop access to remote computer?
I used WireShark and see that packets sent through the untangle gateway never got back. So I added a static route in the Netgear to route VPN IPs back to the untangle gateway and it actually worked. Is this considered a dirty hack?
Dec
11
comment What can be preventing Remote Desktop access to remote computer?
I used WireShark and see that packets sent through the untangle gateway never got back. So I added a static route in the Netgear to route VPN IPs back to the untangle gateway and it actually worked. Is this considered a dirty hack?
Dec
10
comment What can be preventing Remote Desktop access to remote computer?
I will try to do that... but it will be difficult because I do not have these OS already since they have been upgraded!