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Apr
4
asked aligning partition boundaries of already installed system
Apr
2
comment ssh proxying tool
Users can misuse their right to make ssh command connections for tunneling. This is constructive while my question is not!
Apr
2
awarded  Critic
Apr
1
asked ssh proxying tool
Jan
11
asked blocking packets for a non established connection on freebsd pf
Dec
6
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
30
comment Adding Raid 1 to Raid 0 on Linux
No unfortunately, it is 0+1 because of a customer!
Nov
30
revised Adding Raid 1 to Raid 0 on Linux
edited title
Nov
30
asked Adding Raid 1 to Raid 0 on Linux
Nov
16
answered monitoring rx/tx stats of current connections on Linux
Nov
16
asked monitoring rx/tx stats of current connections on Linux
Oct
16
asked linux netfilter h323 module
Oct
15
asked what is occupying linux low memory
Oct
7
accepted Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP
Oct
6
comment Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP
client has no information of real dhcp server. They think their dhcp server is dhcrelay. Reply includes "Gateway IP: 172.16.17.81". So if they try to talk with dhcp server, again, dhcrelay will do the work I think? Is it?
Oct
6
comment Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP
I see. This means having a dhcp server over internet is not possible? Thank you.
Oct
6
awarded  Editor
Oct
6
comment Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP
I have added an update above
Oct
6
revised Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP
I have solved one problem. I have one more left.
Oct
6
asked Replies to request coming over a relay goes to relay's internal IP, not to original request's source IP