SRobertJames

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comment How can I setup a Firewall without NAT?
Right. I should clarify: We are migrating a legacy system and need to keep the public IP as is on the servers. Of course, with new systems NAT is best; but the constraints are clear here.
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comment How can I setup a Firewall without NAT?
Thanks, Tom - Can you be more specific where to look in the docs? But I'm also looking for more background: Why do I need 1:1 NAT if the servers are using the public IP directly (not a RFC1918 or Natted IP)?
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comment Can I replace a router and DHCP server without disrupting traffic?
Tom - Will they automatically re-ARP, or will there be a down period which they don't get an answer but don't try reARPing?
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comment Can I replace a router and DHCP server without disrupting traffic?
Thanks, Randolph. Can you document a source for #3? I'm not worried about DNS caching because DNS is handled by a different machine and staying the same.
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comment Why should I use a switched network over routed?
Great response! I clarified the question: I'm referring to intersegment switches - that is, switches connected to other switches. Of course, you want to plug end nodes into a switch, not a router.
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revised Why should I use a switched network over routed?
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asked Why should I use a switched network over routed?
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asked Why should I use Firewall Zones and not just Address Objects?
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comment Performance affects of compressing Program Files on Windows / NTFS
Found this link: serverfault.com/questions/61750/… . I think it really comes down to this question: "Can Windows page and memory map a compressed file the same way it does a regular file?"
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comment Performance affects of compressing Program Files on Windows / NTFS
2. But I'm not sure if compressing Program Files will disturb the paging. Can Windows page as freely if the file is compressed? Can Windows memory map a compressed file?