Nope that was from my house. CFU 1G/500M service. Mind you I work for them and have been testing from home. Also used a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite when I ran that test so it was behind a router and through NAT. I don't like it's interface much so I went back to my Soekris and OpenBSD for now. Also...
Anyone looked at Cudatel? It's based on freeswitch which was started by a developer that didn't like the asterisk development at the time (years ago) and started his own project. Barracuda hired the guy and made a product around the software.
Like Nicklebon said Optical must match specs on both ends. While the two sides can talk auto-negotiation protocols, they can't run at different speeds or duplexes. You need to get a second matching optic of the type you want to use.
It's not 2 per port, the top is odd port and bottom is even port, at least that's how it's labeled. The punch down side is much wider then a single port, so it goes two for two. This is normal for the patch panels I've used.
Nope, IHS will be part of the Chicago connectivity for transport. I work for CFU.
Wow, I've seen lots of your posts and never suspected you were in Iowa.
This is the first Juniper gear for CFU so I'm not surprised you didn't suspect us.
I know the picture is grainy, sorry for the camera phone pic.
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Juniper MX80 (Licensed as an MX10), with the 20x1Gig MIC and a 2x10Gig MIC
Juniper EX4500 x 2
The console server, MX80, and 1 of the EX4500s will be shipped to Chicago, which we will have...
For everyone using outside DNS providers, you should keep in mind it can change the results you get for Akami hosted content. Akami uses a mix of BGP and DNS query source to determine where to send requests. For example if you use google DNS from the ISP I work from you get directed to an...
I would advise against it, and check if they have an SPF (sender policy framework) DNS record configured, if they do you're mail will probably just get tagged as spam.
I would ask if they provide SMTP on an alternate port with authentication, 465 with SSL is pretty common, as is 587 (submission)
That actually depends on how you do things. If pfSense is the gateway for each VLAN, then all traffic between VLANs goes through pfSense. The only way around that is to use a switch that supports inter-vlan routing. This means it's going to be a pretty expensive switch. I actual do this at home...
The first issue looks like your jail for the jail shell got screwed, if you have root you might try disabling and re-enabling jailshell.
as for the 500 from trying to hit /cpanel have you checked the apache error log to see what happens? copy and paste it if you don't understand and maybe...
If they want it to be realistic, you should start looking into PCI compliance. Depending on what kind of transactions you handle and the type of information you will store you might find you have some pretty stiff requirements.