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Forum: IP Networking 02-29-2016
2,479
Posted By Lazydog
You are creating one large management nightmare. ...
You are creating one large management nightmare. Just use DHCP and log all request. Then when something goes wrong or you need to know who did what look at the mac address associated to the IP...
Forum: Red Hat 08-04-2015
1,099
Posted By Lazydog
Try this LINK (https://www.google.com/)
Try this LINK (https://www.google.com/)
Forum: Red Hat 08-04-2015
1,587
Posted By Lazydog
Try one of these; 20 Command Line Tools to...
Try one of these;

20 Command Line Tools to Monitor Linux Performance (http://www.tecmint.com/command-line-tools-to-monitor-linux-performance/)
Forum: Red Hat 06-26-2011
3,682
Posted By Lazydog
Here is the thought process; DHCP is use for...
Here is the thought process;

DHCP is use for mobile devices which could/do move around form one network to another, i.e., Laptops.

Static is used for device that would not move around, i.e.,...
Forum: Red Hat 06-25-2011
3,682
Posted By Lazydog
Not sure I would agree with ease of ip address...
Not sure I would agree with ease of ip address management. After all depending on how large the network is using dhcp to staticly assign ip addresses could be a very large task and if you are going...
Forum: Red Hat 02-24-2011
7,964
Posted By Lazydog
Same here, I find it easier.
Same here, I find it easier.
Forum: Red Hat 02-22-2011
7,964
Posted By Lazydog
Sorry but this is not going to work as you have...
Sorry but this is not going to work as you have stated here. Once you have given the first line there is no reason to execute the second as it will only reload the saved rules and thus remove the...
Forum: Red Hat 01-28-2011
2,794
Posted By Lazydog
Huh? Ping is not how you check DNS. If you...
Huh? Ping is not how you check DNS.
If you want to check DNS then you use DIG:


dig dns.tuffy.org
dig www.tuffy.org
dig -x 172.22.45.237
Give those a try and see if you get a response.
Forum: Red Hat 01-18-2011
1,454
Posted By Lazydog
You could try this SITE...
You could try this SITE (http://www.datarecoverypros.com/recover-linux-midnightcommander.html)
Forum: Red Hat 01-18-2011
3,881
Posted By Lazydog
No, when the information you are looking for...
No, when the information you are looking for cannot be found locally the requests are then forwarded to the forwarders to resolve.
Forum: Red Hat 01-13-2011
3,881
Posted By Lazydog
Yes, my mistake. It should look like this so...
Yes, my mistake. It should look like this so local domains can still be looked up:


options {
forwarders {
<first ip of opendns>;
<second ip of opendns>;
...
Forum: IP Networking 01-12-2011
5,380
Posted By Lazydog
Don't know this router. Their site is a joke as...
Don't know this router. Their site is a joke as every PDF link I click on takes me to their Business partners page.

Is there a firewall on the ubuntu box?
Forum: Red Hat 01-12-2011
3,881
Posted By Lazydog
Then instead of changing the root hints file just...
Then instead of changing the root hints file just make your dns server a forward only system that forwards everything to opendns.

Make a backup copy of named.conf before editing anything so you...
Forum: IP Networking 01-12-2011
5,380
Posted By Lazydog
What type of router are you using?
What type of router are you using?
Forum: IP Networking 01-10-2011
5,380
Posted By Lazydog
It doesn't have to do with not know or maybe it...
It doesn't have to do with not know or maybe it does. A question I have is why would you want to setup your connection this way? If you are going to allow a device to open ports as needed then why...
Forum: Red Hat 01-10-2011
5,424
Posted By Lazydog
OK, you need to start posting the zone files so...
OK, you need to start posting the zone files so that I can see what you did or didn't do along with the complete error.
If you don't want to post them publicly then please send them via PM.
Forum: Red Hat 01-09-2011
5,424
Posted By Lazydog
Then make the changes in your zone files for the...
Then make the changes in your zone files for the NS records to read ns1.example.com and ensure you have an A record in the zone for them.


Same as before just update your zone file.

You should...
Forum: Linux 01-07-2011
7,726
Posted By Lazydog
have a look at iptraf for network traffic
have a look at iptraf for network traffic
Forum: Red Hat 01-07-2011
5,424
Posted By Lazydog
Update your glue records at your register. ...
Update your glue records at your register.

Not 100% understanding what you mean here. You are either going to publish your domain to the public or you are not. If you are not going to publish...
Forum: Red Hat 01-07-2011
3,881
Posted By Lazydog
The question that come to mind is why? What do...
The question that come to mind is why? What do you expect to gain by doing this?
What controls are you looking for here?

Because it doesn't need to look anywhere else to resolve requests as it...
Forum: Red Hat 01-01-2011
13,597
Posted By Lazydog
As the MAN page for this topic seems to be self...
As the MAN page for this topic seems to be self explanatory I see no reason to add anything more to the post other then direct him to the MAN pages on his system. There was never a link to any other...
Forum: Red Hat 01-01-2011
13,597
Posted By Lazydog
Have a look at man limit.conf
Have a look at man limit.conf
Forum: Red Hat 03-11-2010
2,578
Posted By Lazydog
Interface Bonding...
Interface Bonding (http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-4-Manual/ref-guide/s1-networkscripts-interfaces.html)
Forum: Red Hat 03-08-2010
9,613
Posted By Lazydog
I am surprised no one suggested using the CD's...
I am surprised no one suggested using the CD's and booting into rescue mode, mounting the file system and make the needed changes to use /bin/bash.
Forum: Red Hat 01-19-2010
15,478
Posted By Lazydog
Make sure you have the proper timezone selected...
Make sure you have the proper timezone selected as your local time.
It can be set using /usr/sbin/timeconfig
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