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I live in San Diego and run an IT consulting company. Server Fault has saved my butt many times, so I give back when I can!


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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Nov
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accepted PTR record not valid for all domains
Nov
15
comment PTR record not valid for all domains
Thank you but we are the authoritative name servers for the domain. This was fixed by adjusting the PTR record on our DNS servers.
Nov
9
asked PTR record not valid for all domains
Apr
28
comment Windows Server 2003 User Login logger
You could implement a system where each student inserts their student ID number into the filename when they save their file. Then the admin of the server could set permissions on the folder where the files are stored so that the user account you all save log in as cannot delete or modify files. Just save and read to the folder. That might do the trick.
Apr
28
comment Windows Server 2003 User Login logger
Well if everyone is logging in as the same user then you could only differentiate who logs in by computer. But I think you don't have designated computers for each student, correct?
Apr
28
comment Windows Server 2003 User Login logger
You would need to create separate user accounts for the students. This would give you control over files and folders so no one could delete or access other student's work. User accounts are easy to set up in Windows Server 2003...
Mar
7
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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accepted routing back to LAN from RV082
Feb
1
comment routing back to LAN from RV082
It worked! Thank you for the information. One thing we ran into was the firewall was turned on one of the RV082's that we were using in router mode. We had to turn that off and everything works like a charm.
Jan
31
comment routing back to LAN from RV082
Thank you I am going to be setting this up tonight and come back here to confirm. We do indeed have routes on both sides so that both LAN's know how to get to the other side.
Jan
31
comment routing back to LAN from RV082
The router at 192.168.188.2 goes to a Point to Point connection to another country where we have another office. So we want the two LAN's to communicate with each other.
Jan
31
asked routing back to LAN from RV082
Jan
18
answered DMZ config on RV082 router
Jan
17
awarded  Editor
Jan
17
comment DMZ config on RV082 router
Mainly I just want to find out if the RV082 router will be able to handle traffic to the 2 WAN ports. Even though WAN2 is in DMZ mode, I am hopeful the device will look at the routing table and direct packets to the appropriate WAN port - WAN1 for internet, WAN2 for the LAN on the other side of the point to point.
Jan
17
comment DMZ config on RV082 router
Oh that's not good news. This is a pretty small company so hopefully they will fly under the radar.
Jan
17
comment DMZ config on RV082 router
It is a point to point with TW Telecom. We have an ethernet hand-off in the San Diego location, so the RV082 can handle that. On the China side we have an E1 connection. This is going to be connected to a Cisco 1921 router, and that will be connected via the ethernet port to the RV082. We do have a VPN currently in place, but it is too slow due to the China firewalls. The point to point will bypass the China firewalls so it will be much faster.
Jan
17
asked DMZ config on RV082 router