Okay I finally have the connection. My original dilema:I ordered a static IP (SIP) from my ISP (Qwest). They do not support Linux products of any kind, only Microsoft. Th... [by idsinc]
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I am a new CentOS Linux sysadmin. How can I add static route On CentOS Enterprise Linux server running on HP amd64 server? You can use any one of the following command line utility to add, delete, display, or manipulate the Linux kernel routing table on CentOS and friends: ip command - A CentOS Linux […]Read answer to: "CentOS Linux: Add Static Routing"
I have disabled DHCP on my router's configuration page so I can use a static IP Address. How do I go about this? I tried using the Network GUI on Ubuntu 13.04 but when I choose 'Manual' and then input the following info, I then lose internet connection; but somehow I'm still connected to my router. Can anyone help me out? How do I PROPERLY setup a static IP address?
I want to setup proxy server for my Mikrotik router. There is inbuilt web-proxy for Mikrotik router but I can extend this up to transparent proxy (kind of proxy server) only. We need High anonymity proxy so that we can hide our LAN static IPs(we don't have private IP) from outside Intruder/hackers.
i need to establish remote Wmi Connection From ms Windows server2008 With a static Ports.
I know that WMI calls uses port 135 and then chooses a random port, what I would like to know is if WMI can be set for a static port?
Yes i Have Already Read THIS: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb219447(VS.85).aspx
But i don't want do it on all clients i'm looking for a server-side soloution not cli
Installing Hyper-V Linux Integration Components On CentOS 5
Microsoft has introduced together with Windows 2008 a new Hypervisor
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I am using KVM to set up some test boxes. The host is Debian 7 and the client is Centos 6.4 and I have some questions about the best way to setup the virtual network. If it's easier I have no objection to making my host Centos...
I have bridging working and now would like to have a small simulated network.