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programmer, system administrator, problem solver; casual mountain-bike cyclist, avid reader, student of Aikido


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comment IPMI… basic cabling
I'm IPMI clueless, I defer to MikeP :^)
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answered Zabbix: Nagios like hosts/services status list
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answered SNAT in IP6Tables
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answered How do you test iptables rules to prevent remote lockout and check matches?
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answered Prevent Linux's OOM from killing apache on our webserver
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accepted What has recently changed related to Office 365's “.mail.eo.outlook.com” domain?
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comment What has recently changed related to Office 365's “.mail.eo.outlook.com” domain?
THIS is most definitely an answer! It makes perfect sense, I'll see if it fixes my problem too...
Apr
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comment What has recently changed related to Office 365's “.mail.eo.outlook.com” domain?
...but that's not an answer. :) I'm currently working on adjusting my system's nsswitch.conf and hosts files to "fill in" the hostname-to-IP address that isn't resolvable via DNS. It's a hack, but at least it's a when-dns-cannot-resolve, then use this ip hack. If MS fixes their dns servers down the road, my record in hosts file won't matter
Apr
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comment What has recently changed related to Office 365's “.mail.eo.outlook.com” domain?
I just found this mail-archive.com/bind-users@lists.isc.org/msg13952.html
Apr
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comment CNAME, openshift, MX
We should mention that you may have an A ("address") record for @. That's very common so people can use URLs where the hostname in the URL is only the domain name. So you can lookup the IP of the CNAME and put an A record with that IP address.
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