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answered Adding an ipv6 range with dual stack
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answered Having two IP Routes/Gateways of last Resort on an HP Switch
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comment linux container bridge filters ARP reply
do you have IP addresses configured on the bridge ports or the bridge interface itself? What is the value of net.ipv4.conf.<interface>.arp_filter
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comment IPv6 routing over OpenVPN
is the subnet from your VPS provider on-link or routed? if it isn't routed, you will need to proxy NDP for your ISP's side.
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comment JunOS Regular Expressions for AS Path
no, that's invalid, firstly, AS numbers nowadays are 32 bit, not 16 bit, and secondly, even if they were 16 bit, it'd only go to 65535
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comment JunOS Regular Expressions for AS Path
.+ can only match a single AS and the regex does not qualify a partial match, it must cover the entire path. so no, $ should not be necessary (although equally, it won't do any harm)
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answered JunOS Regular Expressions for AS Path
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answered Default route and backup default route
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comment disadvantages MTU over 1500
Of course, then there's pMTUd blackholes which don't do this, and we end up with the terrible TCPMSS hack
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answered disadvantages MTU over 1500
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comment Maintenance (TRIM) of SSDs in HW RAIDs
it is if the RAID is left online and data is actually being written while the drive is out.
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comment Maintenance (TRIM) of SSDs in HW RAIDs
right, and it has to rebuild all the data from the remaining drives, RAID 5 can only tolerate 1 missing drive, so if another fails during the rebuild, you're SOL.
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answered Can IPv6 IPSec replace https/ssl for secure website network encryption?
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answered Maintenance (TRIM) of SSDs in HW RAIDs
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answered IPTables add an IP to IPSet list
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comment Cisco 7200 VXR - BGP Cache Corruption?
Could you provide some more detail in your question regarding the resources of the router and the number of routes it's receiving via BGP (plus any other protocols) - if you could also give the output of things like "show mem sum", "show ip bgp" and "show plat hard cap forw" that'd be great.