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comment Add secondary public IP to Sonicwall NSA 3500
I've updated it, David.
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revised Add secondary public IP to Sonicwall NSA 3500
updated link
Jan
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answered SonicWall blocks from others computers in the local network
Jan
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comment using haproxy acl for website matching
Can you post the full config?
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comment Writing a script for a multi network student lab to change networks
Why not leave both adapters enabled, but use a static route for the licensing server? Seems much simpler.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to disable Chrome themes/skins and get default window decorations
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Should I trust download.oracle.com if my certificate does not match?
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comment Request doesn't hit port 80 on HAproxy
Do you get an error on http in a browser?
Dec
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comment Request doesn't hit port 80 on HAproxy
what version of haproxy are you running?
Dec
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answered Implementing TCP Sticky Sessions With HAProxy to Handle SSL Pass-through Traffic
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awarded Nice Answer
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answered How many ethernet cables should I use from one switch to another?
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answered Interpretting COMMAND column of `ps aux | grep redis`
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comment Wireless network using existing network
Yeah, without physical segregation or VLANs, it won't work.
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comment Wireless network using existing network
Hmmm... can you clarify what you mean by "using the same wiring"? If the router, AP, and any switches are all dedicated to the WLAN, you should be okay. If at any point the two networks share a switch or router, there's potential for problems.
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comment Internet failover strategy while hosting services with a staticip
Then everything is down. That's why it's important to set the load balancer up right. Think along the lines of an AWS ELB. You can't easily build this yourself without a lot of effort. Essentially Amazon (or any other service provider) has done some of the hard work for you.
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comment Internet failover strategy while hosting services with a staticip
Amazon's Route53, DNSMadeEasy, and OpenDNS are three DNS providers that offer something like I described above, and there are probably many others. You can ask your ISP, but odds are they can't do what is needed.
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