How do I use a wildcard mask in VPM policy (Bluecoat proxy)view story

http://www.debianadmin.com – How do I use a wildcard mask in VPM policy (Bluecoat proxy) Solution To place a wildcard mask into the VPM policy object, use (.*). An asterisk only (*) will not work. For example, "http://www.mrbean.com/*/xyz" won't work. (Distributions)

Enterprise-Worthy Improvements in the 3.7 Linux Kernelview story

https://www.linux.com – The 3.7 Linux kernel was released just in time for Christmas, gifting us with a host of enterprise-worthy and desktop user additions and improvements. Just in time for Christmas, the 3.7 Linux kernel was released on December 10, 2012, and brings with it 64-bit ARM support plus a multitude of improvements and changes. (Software)

Filtering incoming Strongswan VPN packets with iptablesview story

http://serverfault.com – I am using a Strongswan VPN server on a Debian Squeeze machine. The incoming VPN clients get an IP of the subnet. As I am using this VPN mainly to have encryption when using non-encrypted WLANs I am doing a source NAT into the internet using iptables. (HowTos)

Cisco ASA5505 8.2 Multiple Outside IP to Multiple Inside IPview story

http://serverfault.com – Trying to setup ASA5505. Semi working but having issues with accessing services from the outside. ASA5505 Basic License, Version 8.2. (plus upgrade to unlimited inside hosts). Alert: I'm a Cisco Noob. 321.321.39.X is a place holder for privacy. (HowTos)

OpenVPN Client timing outview story

http://serverfault.com – I recently installed OpenVPN on my Ubuntu VPS. Whenenver I try to connect to it, I can establish a connection just fine. However, everything I try to to times out. If I try to ping something, it will resolve the IP, but will time out after resolving the IP. My server.conf has this relevant information (At least I think it's relevant. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Redirect to apache2 by iptablesview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – hi, i have a problem, i create an access point with Internet sharing. this is work fine. (Hardware)

Simple port fwd. 1 interfaceview story

http://www.unix.com – I have been tearing my hair out with this (and not enough left to keep going). I have a linux box (raspberry pi) single ethernet interface in a heavily filtered DMZ with external ports fwd'd that can access an internal IP's (different subnet). I want to forward the traffic. (HowTos)

Understanding connection tracking in iptablesview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm after some clarification of the state/connection tracking in iptables. What is the difference between these rules? iptables -A FORWARD -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT iptables -A FORWARD -m conntrack --ctstate ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT If the above are equivalent, do you need to use the conntrack version when using conntrackd? Is connection tracking turned on when a pack (HowTos)

Solaris 10 - ping network issueview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I'am begineer in this OS. I've installed it few days ago only to perform project "Managing users in Solaris". I have to create two virtual systems in eg. vmware , connect them and eg. rlogin from user1/machine1 to user2/machine2, give them some permissions to write read etc (this is simply) and something else ... The first step I have to do is configure network between them. (HowTos)

Shareing my 3G T-stick modem.view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hi Guys, First time to Fedora so please be kind .....:blink: I am trying to share my 3G network to the rest of my LAN and not having much luck. My 3G interface is wwan0 set up by network manager and I get internet just fine. I have my wired ethernet (em1) connected to a wireless router for the rest of the house .. I have disabled em1 (wired) as a managed device in Network Manager else it just (HowTos)