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answered Bash add entry to fstab by script
Jul
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comment Configure IPv6 - CentOS OVH - Can't ping
The address 2001:41d0:2:XXXX::/64 has an all-zero host part - And what is the problem with that? It seems to work fine for me?
Jul
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comment SSH connection refused/error message
@piernov that should probably be an answer.
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comment ethtool error for limiting interface speed
See: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/28198/… You probably should be looking at TC, or something else.
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comment I cant open a port iptables - The command runs, but port keeps closed
Is something actually listening on that port? What do you see with netstat -ntlp?
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comment GNU screen detached cannot write to file after ssh logout
What kind of authentication do you have in place? Are your home directories encrypted, auto-mounted via nfs or something else?
Jul
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comment openVPN file transfer speed
Well looking at your iperf results in the other direction you seem to be getting somewhere between 0.7-1.5MB/s of bandwidth. Which seems to match exactly the numbers you state in your first sentence. BTW your use of the term download in this question isn't very helpful. The direction of data flow wasn't entirely clear from your question.
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comment openVPN file transfer speed
What happens when you perform your Iperf tests the other way around? Remember that iperf is not bidirectional by default.
Jun
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comment Is it possible to add permissions to an Active Directory account using PowerShell?
Creating a group really is the best way. You really should avoid adding permissions directly to an individual account whenever you can.
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comment Reverse Proxy multiple internal FTP Servers
Why ftp? Why not SSH/SFTP? SSH is more secure, and easier to get through your firewall.
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