It's interesting ))) But my first step was that I changed cable between Server and entry point.Well, it means that I must check cable between my server and IPP.And what about upgr... [by nikomed]
Sorry if here isn't right place for asking this question
I have a ltsp server ( edubuntu 12.04 ) it was working fine. With any try for connecting to
server, client received next ip address ( means first time 192.168.0.2 and next time
same client 192.168.0.3 ). suddenly on 192.168.0.6 I got pxe-e11 error in connecting.
Nothing changed in my network.
I've asked about this before, in general, but I have a more specific question. Regarding Comcast Blast and my lack of excitement for it. I just don't see any speed increase. What I've most recently looked at are splitters. There are 2 of them between the cable coming into the house and the intended destinations.
I've been searching all over the inter-tubes for an answer to this.
At home, I have a headless server with ZFS raidz1 that can push ~250MB sec (3 drives). This computer sits about 3 feet from my desktop. I was hoping I could buy a cheap USB 3.0 debug/cross over cable and connect the two computers together and setup a point-to-point connection.
I haven't been able to find a specific answer on this in my Googling, so I figure maybe someone has an answer for me or can point me in the right direction.
I have 2 servers both running CentOS 6.3. One is a dev server and the other is the live server. I make all changes on the dev server, test them out, and then copy them to the live server once I'm satisfied.