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Jan
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answered How to connect 2 networks without access to router config?
Jan
23
comment Cisco vpn access to another router
Please do not cross-post
Jan
15
answered Server nics on two subnets: gateway?
Jan
10
comment Wrong SNMP ifSpeed and ifHighSpeed values from Cisco RV 110W
You aren't the only person complaining about this
Dec
26
comment How to use same MPLS Traffic Engineering tunnel for ipv4 and ipv6
What model router and what version of IOS?
Dec
23
comment Enterasys S8 switch shows tbp port
Please don't cross-post
Dec
11
comment connecting remote site via fiber: layer 2 vlans or layer 3 routing?
As a side note vxlan also solves the Layer2 datacenter interconnect problem, and ESXi virtual switches support vxlan
Dec
9
revised Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
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Dec
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accepted Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
Dec
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revised Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
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Dec
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revised Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
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Dec
8
comment Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
@HopelessN00b and MichaelHampton, this is a BYOD service and Cisco explicitly warns engineers to use a cert chained through a well-trusted root CA to avoid potential problems with SSL MITM attacks; this is particularly relevant to BYOD because I have no control over the supplicant. Whether you believe they are giving me good advice is personally interesting to me, but not really something I want to introduce in the scope of this question since Cisco is pretty clear about this in the context of BYOD services.
Dec
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asked Wildcard cert for local SSL Certificate Authority?
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Nov
30
answered How to determine if auto negotiation with switch is finished
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While I am tempted to think this is nothing more than a periodic troll, let's give you the benefit of the doubt. Could you elaborate on what bearing this statement has on anything to do with moderation (or Server Fault) for that matter: "I'll push for a bloody revolution to oust the oppressive overlords who cower behind intellectual property and closed source.". I will politely point out that the vast majority of the internet is run by "closed source" embedded systems called routers and firewalls. Aside from that, a bloody revolution is hardly motivating for my vote.
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