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Oct
2
answered Copy UFW rules between servers
Oct
2
comment Copy UFW rules between servers
I found it in /lib/ufw/user.rules and /lib/ufw/user6.rules. I copy that between server, deactivate and reactive ufw and the rules applied.
Oct
2
asked Copy UFW rules between servers
Sep
26
comment iSCSI target rebooting causes initiators to reboot as well
Not yet. I have not had time to test it. Work's been very busy..
Sep
24
comment Webserver Layout
I would say some kind of firewall with DMZ setup. It does not depend on the type of firewall.
Sep
23
comment memory&swap are full, can't ssh; any option other than physical restart?
I didnt say it was a reliable option. Also a couple of changes in your ssh client config can deal with that as well.
Sep
23
answered memory&swap are full, can't ssh; any option other than physical restart?
Sep
22
comment Any suggestions for my iptables config?
Actually one of the best ways I have found to limit brute force attacks is to use fail2ban. That also works for a number of other services as well.
Sep
21
answered Linux - Is there a way to determine what mac addresses an interface has seen traffic from?
Sep
20
comment Use Postfix to forward mail to a domain to the same address at a different domain
@mailq. That is LIVE on MY server right now. It works perfectly for multiple redirects. Also he did not say these were ONLY virtual users. It was also giving options to look at.
Sep
19
revised Use Postfix to forward mail to a domain to the same address at a different domain
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Sep
19
comment Use Postfix to forward mail to a domain to the same address at a different domain
in /etc/aliases set it up like this. $username: $username@newdomain.com
Sep
19
answered Use Postfix to forward mail to a domain to the same address at a different domain
Sep
16
answered How do people monitor the status of bonding slave interfaces on linux?
Sep
11
comment iSCSI target rebooting causes initiators to reboot as well
I'll do that, I have a file system I can export via iSCSI that should work as a good test.
Sep
11
comment iSCSI target rebooting causes initiators to reboot as well
Just a log message saying rebooting. I was also watching the initiators when I rebooted my Target. Pretty much as soon as I shutdown my Target my initiators rebooted.
Sep
11
comment Apache: Multiple Virtual Hosts w/ SSL Certificates?
Correct, however I know several corporations and government groups that are still on windows XP. I don't know is IE6 can handle SNI.
Sep
11
comment iSCSI target rebooting causes initiators to reboot as well
No the initiators are just using it for storage.
Sep
11
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Sep
10
asked iSCSI target rebooting causes initiators to reboot as well