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answered Exchange certificate - different issuer external to internal?
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comment ESXi boot time with 9 iSCSI targets
It was version 5.1 the patch was released in but we are running 5.5 all round
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comment ESXi boot time with 9 iSCSI targets
Some old Dell MD3000i's - been like that since they were installed years ago
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comment ESXi boot time with 9 iSCSI targets
Targets are all datastores, no RDMs
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comment ESXi boot time with 9 iSCSI targets
I haven't but i've got a host down for maintenance at the moment so I can do some testing, however this shouldn't cause this problem if all targets are discoverable?
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accepted GPO - Mapped drive for non-domain user on a domain computer
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comment Cisco 1841 - Acting as a PPPoE terminator?
Just did the above, Cisco box working perfectly - must be routing on the 200B side.
Feb
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comment Cisco 1841 - Acting as a PPPoE terminator?
It's strange in that, console into the Cisco box we can ping 8.8.8.8, PPPoE works etc from that box, however the way in which it transports it to the other ethernet port doesn't. I'm beginning to feel this may be a config problem 200B side rather than what i've done here with the Cisco box - I guess I could assign my laptop a public IP and set it's gateway to be the 1841's internal interface address and see if I can access it.
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