I have been using a server for sipx software which is a sip server. Recently the nic stopped sending and receiving traffic( tx and rx is 0), Amongst other things, the sipx software controls netwo... [by rg25]
on 03/23/2010 – Made popular on 03/23/2010
We've been having issues on one of our CentOS 6 servers and one of the java programs that runs on it. As the software hasn't caused issues in the past, I'm wondering if its a problem with the CentOS server.
Basically, the software drops it's tcp connection and won't reconnect, timing out on each occasion.
i want to move from my Fedora 19 x64 Amahi to an LTS server distro. i don't really want to do it all from the beginning every 1-2 years. I'm leaning towards CentOS 7 but my main problem is that i want to have latest releases from Deluge and Transmission. As far as i know CentOS and Debian are slow to upgrade their software (in Debian deluge is still in 1.3.3).
During the early days of windows mobile phones, (pre exchange server capabilities on mobile devices, and before gmail became what it is today) there was an app which for the life of me I can not remember the name.
I am trying to configure a server to automatically copy some files to a remote machine. In order to make the copy work, I need to establish a VPN connection to the remote network. I can use rasdial.exe to establish the connection.
To avoid interfering with anyone else using the server, I would like to specify that only certain traffic should flow through the VPN.