Juniper SSG5... How to setup VPN to Netgear FVS338view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to configure a Juniper SSG5 for VPN. So far I'd say I'm lost lost lost. The server (just one for now) is a dedicated host at a hosting company. I have a block of 8 public IPs (/29), the SSG5 has it's own IP (separate subnet from my 8 public IPs), and routes requests for the public IP's to the server. There are two interfaces defined on the SSG5. (HowTos)

setup vlan on netgear switch issue.view story

http://serverfault.com – I am a bit new to vlan, so forgive me if I ask noob question. I am trying to setup a vlan on my netgear switch (GS105E). I want to create 2 separated networks and I want both of them have internet access. My setup is Modem connect to router WRT54G (with dd-wrt) connect to netgear switch I have configured port 1 and port 5 as vlan1 and port 2 to port 4 as vlan2. (HowTos)

Cannot connect to gateway when dhcp server down in windows AD?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have 2 AD servers conncted to a netgear fvx538. The servers have DNS and DHCP roles as usual, but are currently shutdown for power maintenance. Even so, I expect that if I connect a client laptop directly to the firewall, I will still be able to access its web interface and Internet. But this is not happening. Is this suppose to be the case that I need the AD servers up? (HowTos)

How do I configure wireless router to stop forwarding broadcast directed traffic to the network?view story

http://serverfault.com – Basically, can anyone tell/assist me on how to make my NETGEAR N 300 Wireless Router stop forwarding broadcast directed traffic to the network? So the problem is this: I've been receiving DoS attack: Smurf to my network for about a week now, and it's consuming about 10x the amount of bandwidth I normally use. The message as follows: [DoS attack: Smurf] attacks packets in the last 20sec from ip [ (HowTos)

[re-SOLVED] more wifi woes...Belkin Realtek RTL8192CUview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – ...unfortunately, somehow compat-wireless borked my other wifi dongle (netgear); gunna do a clean re-install (often the fastest/easiest solution with the super-efficient ISOhybrid ;)) this weekend and see if just installing the kernel headers brings in support for the Belkin dongle.  ("If everyone says it should be working, but it's not, first make sure you have the kernel headers i (HowTos)

[lubuntu] Mixed Wireless Security Problemsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, I have a Linksys WPC54G wireless network adapter with which I am trying to connect to a network with. The network in question has mixed WPA and WPA2 security. (Hardware)

centos 6.2 cant see all files on nfs mountview story

https://www.centos.org – It appears the NFS clients broke in the RedHat line of products at some point after Fedora Core 14.Here are two more data points :The NFS server is a netgear READYNAS Ultra ... [by harryd] (Distributions)

Calculating the power of a cluster vs a single workstationview story

http://serverfault.com – For the same price we can get either Worktsation which is 2 x 6 core Xeons 3.4GHz, 128GB RAM, 600GB SAS RAID 0 = 12 Cores, 128GB RAM Or Cluster 8 x (4 Core i7 3.4GHz, 16GB RAM, 250GB SATA, Intel 82579LM), Gigabit ethernet Netgear switch = 32 Cores, 128GB RAM Which is better? More FLOPS etc.? (HowTos)

Support SGS+ wifi continually connects and disconnectsview story

http://androidforums.com – The phone's wifi has worked perfectly with my Netgear modem until yesterday when it started going into a continuous scan / connect / disconnect loop. My laptop connects wirelessly to the modem so I can't see the problem being there. Can anyone help please? (General)

Suggestion for a PCI Wifi cardview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hey guys,I'm putting an old desktop back in service (Athlon 1800+/512M).  Has a built in wired NIC, but I'd much prefer wireless.  What card do you recommend?  Not looking for anything special, just to get this thing online without having to string cable across the house.I see a number of cheap USB cards, but my feeling is that there's little-to-no chance of one of th (HowTos)