Reputation
85,355
Next tag badge:
96/100 score
37/20 answers
Badges
16 145 272
Newest
 Good Answer
Impact
~5.7m people reached

1d
awarded  Good Answer
1d
awarded  ssh
2d
comment Bind and DNSmasq conflicting
See: serverfault.com/search?q=+Response+policy+zone
2d
answered Bind and DNSmasq conflicting
2d
comment IPtables string module
I am not that familiar with ngrep, but is it assembling the packets together? IE what happens if part of the string you are searching for is split across two packets. You also seem to be only looking up the first 1024 bytes of the payload? Are you the header you are looking for isn't past that? A full copy of the packet not matching would be useful here.
2d
comment How to mount an USB drive under VMWare ESXi 5.5?
AFAIK USB simply aren't supported. Or at least they weren't in older releases. As ewwhite said, what is your root problem/question?
2d
answered How to count packets coming from outside using iptables?
May
26
comment How to transfer apache ssl certificate from cent os to debian
The /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf is almost certainly the wrong file to be looking at to find the current configuration, that section is all about web server defaults. Your SSL certs configuration will almost certainly be associated with a specific virtual host. If I were you I would try doing something like grep -iR SSLCertificate /etc/httpd and see what shows up.
May
26
comment How to set up a secure Git repository?
Nothing in the page you linked to starts anything listening on port 9814. I really am not sure what you are talking about here.
May
26
answered Windows Server Port forwarding SSH to Telnet for multiple users
May
22
comment Match BIND's view to certain users
There is not authentication information sent from a typical client to the server
May
20
comment Routing traffic using IP tables for two NICs
What are these two interfaces connected to? Your question title says 'routing', but nothing on your question body asks about a routing question. Please add more detail!
May
20
answered How to restore a Debian system with a backup of “/”?
May
20
revised How to restore a Debian system with a backup of “/”?
edited tags
May
20
comment How to restore a Debian system with a backup of “/”?
Restore it under what conditions? A total drive failure, the loss of some files? The corruption of something? Details matter!
May
18
revised On a system with 64GB mem the Linux Buffer run full while copying with dd to dev null and io stops till manual drop_caches
deleted 1 character in body
May
15
revised scp remote file to local machine
added 203 characters in body
May
15
answered scp remote file to local machine
May
15
comment How do you know when server memory needs to be increased?
Which implementation of sar are you using? The one I have apparently doesn't have a -B option.
May
15
comment scp remote file to local machine
Put a set -x in your script before the problem so the exact command be executed is printed out on the screen?