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Aug
13
comment Cisco ASA Outside to Outside NAT (forward from one public ip to another public IP)
Could you dump the show run with IP obfuscated? It would be easier to help.
Aug
13
comment Cisco ASA Outside to Outside NAT (forward from one public ip to another public IP)
A NAT rule will not affect routing (unless you are using FWSM).
Aug
12
comment Cisco ASA 5505 Access Rules/NAT
Did you assign the access-list to an interface?
Aug
11
comment Putty: disable configuration of server terminal length
SSH, Telnet, Serial
Aug
11
comment Putty: disable configuration of server terminal length
Well, the only thing I can tell you is that it does work with Putty. Since you seem to know what we should and shouldn't answer then I don't see the point of asking the question in the first place.
Aug
11
comment Putty: disable configuration of server terminal length
Re-read my answer. In your question your are changing the terminal length, not the vty line length.
Jul
15
comment Multiple IP's per domain name and route to fastest available server?
+1 for Route53. Big time and money saver.
Jul
14
comment DNS does not route properly to WAN NIC when dnscrypt is used
What does your routing table look like when you set it up using 127.0.0.7? netstat -rn or route print will get you the info.
Jul
10
comment What does 'Si' mean with respect to network switches?
See the edit to answer your question regarding switches vs routers.
Jul
10
comment What does 'Si' mean with respect to network switches?
Nexus is a line of product of it's own. It has nothing to do with the Cisco 7000 series, a product that's End-of-Sale and End-of-Life. I added a link to the product description. I also changed switch to router...my bad.
Jul
3
comment A-Record to point to hosting vs. changing DNS while keeping the mail externally
Are you taking over the website or the actual domain? At the end of the day, the owner of the domain should choose who will host the Name Servers for that domain.
Jul
2
comment pfSense OpenVPN DNS Resolution
There is a "Source IP List" option in the DNS settings on the Synology. Make sure 10.1.5/30 is in that list. If not, the DNS server will simply not answer queries from your VPN client. Also, you are pushing a route to the VPN client for the 10.1.10.0/24 network right?
Jun
27
comment Is AWS's Elastic Load Balancer a single point of failure?
I don't think Route 53 can automaticly setup an ELB, you would have to look in the developpers guide.
Jun
26
comment Trunk port needs to be tagged or untagged?
Did you allow the management VLAN (usually VLAN 1) in the trunk?
Jun
13
comment Can I plug a 15A UPS into a 30A receptacle?
He does not need to change the breaker. The UPS will never send anything above 15 amps. If it was the other way around (getting a 30 amp UPS and plug it in 15 amp circuit) then I would agree with you.
Jun
13
comment Cannot resolve by hostname only in other local namespace
You can do this on the DHCP server. Not the DNS server.
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
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.
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.