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accepted BIND no longer responds to AXFR Requests
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comment BIND no longer responds to AXFR Requests
Oh if you want to move your comment to an answer, I'll give you credit for it.
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comment BIND no longer responds to AXFR Requests
Yep, that was it. Thanks!
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answered awstats doesn't create data files with site domain name in them
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asked awstats doesn't create data files with site domain name in them
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comment Using PowerShell, in Active Directory, how would I change all the DNS A records that have a given IP to a new IP?
Thanks! I added my full solution to yours and an explanation is available on my site: penguindreams.org/blog/…
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accepted Using PowerShell, in Active Directory, how would I change all the DNS A records that have a given IP to a new IP?
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comment Using PowerShell, in Active Directory, how would I change all the DNS A records that have a given IP to a new IP?
I really need to iterate over the individual entries in each zone since each zone has a lot of subdomains. I need to specifically check to see if the IP matches the IP I need to chance and flip that particular entry.
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asked Using PowerShell, in Active Directory, how would I change all the DNS A records that have a given IP to a new IP?
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revised Getting OpenVPN to fully connect two networks
Added more traceroute and debugging information
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comment Getting OpenVPN to fully connect two networks
Both machines are NATing, but I double checked and "cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward" does return 1 on both machines. They are also both the default gateways for their respective networks.