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Feb
21
asked Cron and rsync using file lock but is there a better way on Mac OS X Server?
Feb
21
comment Rsync when run in cron doesnt work. Rsync between Mac Os x Server and Linux Centos
Thanks. This worked. I miss understood that when it was asking for a password I thought it was asking for the password of the existing connection setup.
Feb
21
accepted Rsync when run in cron doesnt work. Rsync between Mac Os x Server and Linux Centos
Feb
21
comment Rsync when run in cron doesnt work. Rsync between Mac Os x Server and Linux Centos
Ok I'll try this. I assume by just pressing enter when it asks for a password is making a key with no password?
Feb
21
asked Rsync when run in cron doesnt work. Rsync between Mac Os x Server and Linux Centos
Jan
17
comment Mac OS X 10.5.8 Server - How to save static route
I cannot test if this is working as I have opted for another way of dealing with static routes on my main gateway.
Jan
17
accepted Mac OS X 10.5.8 Server - How to save static route
Jan
17
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Jan
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
Thanks for this late entry. I dont know why I didnt think to put in the route on the main router to forward any traffic for the offsite IPs to the second gateway. Doing this also solves my other issue of static routes not sticking on my Mac server. The main router remembers its static route.
Jan
17
accepted How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
Jan
13
comment Mac OS X 10.5.8 Server - How to save static route
I had already tried something like this but it didnt work. But this post seems to have a few more steps so I've given it a go but I cannot test till later when I can reboot server. Will let you know if this works. Fingers crossed.
Jan
13
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Jan
12
asked Mac OS X 10.5.8 Server - How to save static route
Dec
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Dec
17
revised How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
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Dec
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
Sorry I tell a lie the server does have a second network prot. Im in progress of setting it up
Dec
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
No I didnt miss the point. Firstly I dont have a sonic wall. And although my diagrams are showing as modems they are actually modems/switches/routers/firewalls all in ones provided by the ISP's. The second line thats been put in is only used by the server and nothing else on the network. The network is configured and firewalled to use the first line since day one. Dont need a dedicated piece of kit and more expense. Just want the server that I have to push data out on a second line.
Dec
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
The server doesnt have 2 network ports. Is it not possible to assign a second IP to one network port?
Dec
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
Yes sorry, both modems are routers/switch/firewall
Dec
17
comment How to setup Mac server to use two gateways
No sorry this is not simpler and easier solution. The two internet lines are by different providers and are different technologies. The existing line is firewalled and setup fine as it is and doesnt want to be tampered with. The second line was introduced as it has 4* the outbound capacity as the first. The second line has no SLA uptime agreement and is simply there to push data off site.