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1. Web Development
Bootstrap is great; but we have had some issues with Bootstrapped <tables> (and legacy <fieldset> elements) showing annoying, wayward lines. I solved that problem today with this simple jQuery in the footer:
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2. War Stories
A customer appears to have drastically misunderstood our instructions for connecting to our WAN. He set his PC IP address to the same as one of the bridges. :mad: :wall: This caused much confusion on the network, to put it mildly. He called to complain about the poor performance of the network... (13 Replies)
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3. IP Networking
I have 2 clients with Unix installed.
host1: eth0 (192.168.5.10) & eth1 (192.168.10.10)
host2: eth0 (192.168.10.20)
I've connected host1-eth1 to host2-eth0. host1-eth0 isn't connected.
I started 'tcpdump' on wonder that host2 got ARP requests for 192.168.5.10.
Any idea why host1... (2 Replies)
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Can someone please explain this output to me. Why doesn't ifconfig show the same info?
~ $ arp -a
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Discussion started by: cokedude
I have a working code that displays an entry from a given IP address. but, how can i display the entire ARP table? like the option 'arp -a' of the standard linux program.
This is the code:#include <stdio.h>
#include <netdb.h>... (4 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
I need to write a script to monitor if we see no new transaction coming in within an hour in a table example <table1> for column1 .
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7. Red Hat
i have a linux proxy server which has RHEL-5 64 bit, it has two interfaces, it has the following details
one static route=192.168.0.0/24 gw 10.200.14.254
i am facing a problem when i ping 10.201.14.42 from... (2 Replies)
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8. IP Networking
I'm running an arp -an on a Solaris 10 box. We're using IPMP. One of the systems is not able to see a host on the same network. The only difference between the two systems (one is having a problem, the other isn't) at least so far is the output of arp:
# arp -an | grep 224.55
e1000g5... (1 Reply)
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I was checking nettl output for a unstable telnet to my server. this is part of output:
Timestamp : Sun Jun 22 EETDST 2008 22:14:47.492899
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We are testing two of our servers for mq series connectivity. The scenario is, when one machine is shutting down it's services there are some scripts that do a dns update, which removes the ip address and relates it to the ip address of the other node on our dns server, and the update... (7 Replies)
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