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Jun
13
reviewed Approve How do I install the latest version of Sphinx Seach in Apt-get?
Jun
13
comment Select-object in CISCO IOS
The first two lines of the answer pretty much sums it up. With logging your SSH session you will have an exact copy of whatever commands and results you will send to the cisco device with the results. If you want to use scripting, then TCL is the way to go with Cisco.
Jun
13
answered Can I plug a 15A UPS into a 30A receptacle?
Jun
13
answered Select-object in CISCO IOS
Jun
11
revised Why is the DNS on my Windows Server 2012 not authoritative according to dig?
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Jun
11
answered Why is the DNS on my Windows Server 2012 not authoritative according to dig?
Jun
11
answered Allow traffic from ssl-vpn to enter ipsec tunnel on fortigate
Jun
10
comment Piping stream into tar on FreeBSD
Adding -v should at least tell you where it the process. You can also try to use -j instead of -z but it might be irrelevant with newer version.
Jun
6
comment MTU between Juniper and Cisco, cause of packet loss?
I think you should put a little more effort before asking this type of question. You are asking for help but haven't even checked the configuration of both switches. If you want a concise and good quality answer, the question needs to meet the same level of quality.
Feb
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Dec
3
answered Different name servers for different countries. Speed up DNS lookup time
Jun
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answered TACACS+ - Cisco Router - Failover to local database not operating as it should
May
28
comment NAT routing and port forwarding on Cisco ASA 5505
The ACL you are referring to allows any to hit your external IP. Mine allows ANY to reach the server once it's been nated. The ASA will NAT first, then check the ACL if the traffic is allowed. So by that time, the destination is 10.10.5.30, not your external IP.
May
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revised NAT routing and port forwarding on Cisco ASA 5505
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May
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comment NAT routing and port forwarding on Cisco ASA 5505
If you have access to the ASDM (https://[IP of Firewall]) I would go through that. It's easier than CLI. As for the errors you are getting, check the updated cli rule I have put in my answer.
May
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revised NAT routing and port forwarding on Cisco ASA 5505
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May
27
answered NAT routing and port forwarding on Cisco ASA 5505
May
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