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Apr
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answered the same certificates are sold at different prices?
Apr
20
comment SSH: Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic,password)
Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
Apr
20
revised March 10th Patch Tuesday appears to cause SQL Server client connection problems
Formatted dates to be nonambiguous
Apr
20
comment Use PowerShell to create a web page from an array
@JoelT you can perform all actions on your own questions. I can see you've already given this the checkmark, but you should also be able to upvote it.
Apr
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Apr
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asked IIS 7.5 not rolling over logs hourly
Apr
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comment Connecting MPLS Link to Local Network
You're probably in over your head. I'd be asking your MPLS provider if they have a networking specialist that you can hire for a day to get this working for you.
Apr
16
answered Connecting MPLS Link to Local Network
Apr
16
comment Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Probably because your answer looks a lot like spam
Apr
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revised Determine hostname of Windows system on network
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comment Determine hostname of Windows system on network
Additionally, the item on the pipeline does differ between the two. The first is Selected.System.Management.ManagementObject where name is a property, and the second is just System.String (shown by Get-Member)
Apr
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comment Determine hostname of Windows system on network
@JimB the last one returns literally just the name, the other one returns NAME ------ [name] (pretend there's line breaks in there). I probably phrased it poorly.
Apr
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answered Determine hostname of Windows system on network
Apr
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comment Determine hostname of Windows system on network
Which versions of Windows?
Apr
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comment Solving an asymetric HA Firewall/router
Close. You can force them to prefer one over the other by sending a longer AS path on the non-preferred route. Then you will know which one they prefer, and set that preference lower. As for keepalived, I'm assuming this is just for the internal interface, correct? My knowledge of that part of the setup is pretty slim so I'll leave that up to you I'm afraid.
Apr
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comment Solving an asymetric HA Firewall/router
Ah, right. So they want you to do HA by sending a longer route from one interface. Then when the primary goes offline, it's OK because they still have another route to your system. They might also have communities you could use for this, but prepending a private AS would do similar thing.
Apr
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comment ntopng: How to view rsync traffic
As far as I'm aware you shouldn't need to do anything, as ntop-ng just shows whatever the collectors receive, and typically the collectors run at Layer 3.
Apr
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comment Solving an asymetric HA Firewall/router
You'll probably need the assistance of your upstream provider. Often these links are provided with etherchannel/LACP enabled for both the ports, which it is going to expect to negotiate with the active link on the other side. If they configure the links as active/passive instead then you shouldn't have to worry about any asymmetric routing.
Apr
13
comment Dell Poweredge 1850 - stuck on - Press <Ctrl><M> to Run Configuration Utility screen :(
Yeah your server sounds pretty hosed I'm afraid.