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Real Name: Chris Francy

I work as a Senior Network Analyst at Northwest Educational Service District #189 in the Technology Services department.

The Technology Service department, in addition to supporting the staff at NWESD, provides network support services to 35 K-12 school districts in Northwest Washington region.

In my free time, when I am not at work or answering questions, I play a lot of video games on the PC (Steam Profile).

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Dec
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comment iptables IP address (source and destination IP address) mangling
Your question isn't very clear. What you are asking doesn't make a lot of sense. You want to modify the destination, without actually changing the destination?
Dec
1
comment How can I capture two columns of ls output in a bash script
BTW, parsing ls is bad. If you have any files without simplistic names you will have serious problems. mywiki.wooledge.org/ParsingLs
Dec
1
comment Connecting to Ubuntu 14.04 via VNC connection from Windows — can I display only one monitor instead of two?
Do you actually need to see your physical desktop? If not, then spawn new VNC server session that is disconnected from your main desktop.
Dec
1
comment How to use pfSense as a firewall in order to assign url whitelists to IP groups
You should almost certainly be using an web proxy/filter to do http filtering. Trying to do http filtering at layer 3 just doesn't work. I believe pfsense will run squid/squidguard just fine, depending on your hardware.
Dec
1
comment Method for setting up Volume Shadow Copies on Server Core
The 'answer', for me, was was to use the GUI from a server OS, since the workstation OS doesn't include the feature, and the other options are a pain. Yes, I know this doesn't exactly answer my question as written, but this is the 'answer' I used to the problem I was having, which I thought others might find helpful.
Dec
1
comment How can I get a report of all MAC addresses nearby?
If you have a Linux based firewall install arpalert or another package like that.
Dec
1
comment Pin “Run” to taskbar through group policy
Have you tried creating a shortcut under C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\User Pinned\TaskBar? Try making a shortcut to rundll32.exe shell32.dll,#61
Nov
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Nov
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Nov
26
comment Forcing clients to get new IP Address from DHCP Server
I have add an answer, but feel free to add your own or edit mine with more details. I really don't use ISC-DHCP hardly at all. I was just making an educated guess about what might work.
Nov
26
answered Forcing clients to get new IP Address from DHCP Server
Nov
26
comment Public overrideable DNS
What OS are your clients running that are 350ms away? Are they at a remote site or something? Can you simply setup another DNS server? Why does this need to be anycast?
Nov
26
comment Does windows server provide a standards-based NTP service?
The built-in W32Time service can act as both an NTP client and server. Of course if your Windows computer in a Domain, then you should be using domain-based type sync for your systems.
Nov
26
comment SFTP, limit download data for specific user
AFAIK OpenSSH (the most common SSH daemon) has no built-in rate-limiting functions. So you are left with trying to hack together something that will be executed after the user connects. You might be able to get pam to execute some commands when a user is authorized to apply traffic shaping rules.
Nov
26
comment Software RAID 10 not any faster than s/w RAID 5 on Ubuntu 14.04 box, why?
The results from his Bonnie tests shows the %CP as 99-100 on the tests for both drives.
Nov
26
comment Software RAID 10 not any faster than s/w RAID 5 on Ubuntu 14.04 box, why?
Have you performed your tests against a single drive? The single drive stats might be interesting. Did you notice that your CPU is hitting 99-100% on most of the tests? I am not completely familiar with bonnie++ what does your CPU usage look like during the test? Are you maxing out a CPU core?
Nov
26
revised How to stop server sending spam out. Centos server with exim
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Nov
26
comment Openvpn Packet loss troubles
First, it would be helpful if you posted your full server configuration (without then standard comments/whitespace). Second, have you actually reviewed the man page? The description for the --server is pretty clear about what is going on in my opinion.
Nov
26
comment How to stop server sending spam out. Centos server with exim
@Halfgaar My experience with most people who ask this type of question is that they don't have good logging, backups or the ability to actually discover the full impact of a compromise. So the safe generalized approach is often the best.
Nov
26
answered How to stop server sending spam out. Centos server with exim