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Apr
26
comment Zabbix Trigger for SELinux (type=AVC) Errors
Interesting idea...
Apr
21
comment Zabbix Trigger for SELinux (type=AVC) Errors
Thanks, we'll see what I can do to connect the MTA to Zabbix... If it works I'll let you know.
Apr
21
comment Zabbix Trigger for SELinux (type=AVC) Errors
The folder /var/lib/setroubleshoot/ does not exist on my servers, am I supposed to create it?
Apr
21
revised Zabbix Trigger for SELinux (type=AVC) Errors
added 2 characters in body
Apr
20
asked Zabbix Trigger for SELinux (type=AVC) Errors
Apr
10
comment 25 machine network advice needed
Please hire a consultant... I'm not sure of your location, but where I am, schools have to follow certain regulatory requirements related to IT.
Apr
5
comment 802.3ad over Multiple Bridged APs?
Also, I'm marking this as the correct answer because airFiber is the lowest cost solutions I've been able to find thus far. I'll keep it bookmarked for future projects. Thanks. :D
Apr
5
accepted 802.3ad over Multiple Bridged APs?
Apr
4
answered What is this terminology and how is it applied?
Apr
4
comment 802.3ad over Multiple Bridged APs?
Well, I'm already doing another project at the same location (captive portal system). Once he has done the bridge, I'll test and let you guys know both the tech as well as what the real performance metrics are.
Apr
4
comment 802.3ad over Multiple Bridged APs?
Well, the thing is that my client already has a quote from another guy for doing a wireless (not sure what technology) gigabit connection between the two buildings, and he is quoting them $2.5k for labor and materials. So, I was trying to see if I could do it for even less...
Apr
4
asked 802.3ad over Multiple Bridged APs?
Mar
30
asked Placing WAN Subnet on a VLAN?
Mar
29
comment Restricting users to specific VPS IP addresses
Um... Why? It's not going to help with bandwidth, you know.
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
28
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
23
comment Copy entire Centos server to another
Why is cloning the disk "out of the question?" Linux is not like Windows, it doesn't care what hardware it's running on. You may have to clean up a few things such as udev, et al., but it is definitely cleaner than copying a bunch of disparate configuration files and crossing your fingers.
Mar
22
accepted Getting auditd to record the original user
Mar
22
accepted Log all commands run by admins on production servers
Mar
19
revised How to unbind Linux network interface from MAC address
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