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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.

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May
28
awarded  Nice Answer
May
28
answered Email administrator when a duplicate IP is found on the network
May
27
comment Server 2008 R2 Disk Managment Shows D:\ as 2 separate partitions
Can we get a screenshot? And/Or how about the output of Get-WmiObject Win32_DiskPartition?
May
27
comment Is it possible to add/register an MIB for the Windows built-in SNMP service?
You know the SNMP service is being deprecated right? Microsoft wants everyone to switch over to using CIM. Trying to add support for a feature that will be removed soon doesn't seem like a wise idea.
May
22
comment Relax ssh rate-limit rules for certain ip addresses
Sure would be useful if you showed you rules. Rate limiting can be implemented in a few different ways. Your answer will depend on what exactly you rules are.
May
22
comment Puppet Duplicate declaration errors with virtual defines
What? I suggested you move it, not remove it. If you move it to another class and include it, then it should work fine.
May
22
comment Debian: how to install a 64 bit package using apt?
BTW, I strongly suggest that you give up on this, and consider backing up your data, and re-installing with 64 bit media. It will almost certainly be easier to simply re-install.
May
22
comment Debian: how to install a 64 bit package using apt?
@kasperd, installing a 64 bit kernel on a 32 bit system via multi-arch is actually pretty easy, and is supported. Upgrading the rest of the system to 64 bit is far more difficult.
May
22
comment Debian: how to install a 64 bit package using apt?
What guide are you trying to follow Jherek? What release are you currently running? Are you on wheezy? Or testing/unstable? Did you read the first bolded statement in the guide? wiki.debian.org/Migrate32To64Bit These instructions do not work on current Debian stable with Multiarch. Stable = Wheezy.
May
22
answered Puppet Duplicate declaration errors with virtual defines
May
22
comment Hyper V VM's on Windows 2012 host have no web access
Do you have a DHCP server running on your network? Do you have a valid scope setup? If you statically setup an IP in the VM can you ping anything? Can we get a screenshot of the configuration of your virtual switch perhaps?
May
20
comment Is there any way to have monit not try to restart a process?
Setup a rule to 'unmonitor' the service after whatever it is doing is complete?
May
20
comment firehol simple config doesn't work on Debian 7
Run firehol debug. You'll see the individual commands. You could try running things manually to find where it breaks.
May
19
comment firehol simple config doesn't work on Debian 7
Is your server or a physical machine or a VM? Some VPS technologies don't give you a kernel that can do firewalling/nat in the guest.
May
19
answered Change OpenVPN client, can I use the same server configurations using scp?
May
16
answered Ubuntu 14.04 System Logging
May
16
answered Finding the origin of a package not from an official repository?
May
16
comment Correct way to open ports for fastcgi using iptables
Most firewalls already include a rule that permits access to the loopback (127.0.0.1). If you don't have one, why not just a basic rule -A INPUT -i lo -j ACCEPT and -A OUTPUT -o lo -j ACCEPT. You really won't get much value out of trying to heavily lock down the rules related to the loopback interface.
May
16
revised What does “Server ****** is not blacklisted” means in curl verbose output?
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May
16
comment What does “Server ****** is not blacklisted” means in curl verbose output?
You are right, my mistake. Updated.