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The best thing about procrastinating is you can do it NOW and ANYTIME.


Oct
9
comment Can't get port forwarding to work on Ubuntu
@Znarkus Try a iptables -t nat -A OUTPUT -p tcp --sport 3478 -s 10.0.0.7 -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE - this enables SNAT for this very one IP-address.
Oct
9
comment Connecting Fiber interfaces on Cisco switches
Tell us how it worked out, please.
Oct
9
awarded  Critic
Oct
9
comment Connecting Fiber interfaces on Cisco switches
The core problem is not the different cabling, but that SX and LX won't work together. Different cabling might be another factor, but not the relevant one in this case.
Oct
9
comment Connecting Fiber interfaces on Cisco switches
@armani I would advice you to stick with ONE cable type. But your core problem is that the SFPs from your core switch and your new switch don't match! Either connect SX to SX, or LX to LX. Anything else wont't work. So yes, I figure that getting an SX for your new switch would work. Check the SFPs. You can remove them from the switch - there should be a label on it, stating the wavelength. Compare, act accordingly.
Oct
9
comment Solaris Slow ARP Failure Unreachable Host
So SPARC then, eh? Is local-mac-address set to true? If it's not, the same MAC-address from a multiport ethernet card might be visible on more then just one port. This can confuse the switch. Refer to docs.oracle.com/cd/E19963-01/html/821-1458/geyqe.html
Oct
9
answered Connecting Fiber interfaces on Cisco switches
Oct
9
comment LVM issue: cannot resize to N extents as M are allocated
@Andrew Did you manage to solve your issues?
Oct
9
comment Can't get port forwarding to work on Ubuntu
@Znarkus in mean in your Ubuntu firewall. Check the OUTPUT chain of the NAT table.
Oct
8
comment Secure copy uucp style
It's not exactly what I'm looking for, I'll reward the bounty anyway. (as soon as SF let 's me...)
Oct
8
comment Secure copy uucp style
You know... sometimes the easy things just work. Thanks for sorting my brain out :)
Oct
8
comment Secure copy uucp style
@poige Well, I want to use proper rights, not exploits :)
Oct
8
awarded  Talkative
Oct
8
comment Apache reverse proxy not preserving headers
Is mod_expires active and ExpiresActive off?
Oct
8
comment How to “screenshot” a terminal with ANSI colors and export to HTML?
Shouldn't this be on superuser?
Oct
8
comment How to put freebsd configuration under Revision Control?
Sure git ignores all your changes. If you make changes it's up to YOU to commit these changes. There's nothing like automatic commit, unless you brew up a watchdog with inotify for instance.
Oct
8
comment How to put freebsd configuration under Revision Control?
So you want changes automatically commited as soon as they have been made?
Oct
8
comment How to put freebsd configuration under Revision Control?
But even GIT doesn't track automatically all the files unless you run a cron job which checks for changes periodically. You still need to check them it. Although I don't know about etckeeper.
Oct
8
answered How to put freebsd configuration under Revision Control?
Oct
8
answered How to connect frontend and backend Linux servers using cable?