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Lol, Cisco sues Huawei so Huawei sues Samsung.
Huawei blatantly infringed on Cisco's parents
This is just stupid... This isn't a power grid where you just "give" power back to the grid.
It's a lot of mickey-mouse config for no real benefit.
I have a SG300-10 and they are great. Do note that the CLI isn't true IOS. Some commands are similar but they are not all the same.
First thing, always reboot both workstations and try again.
Is this an apartment complex?
Setup sub-interfaces on the ERL "LAN port" with VLAN 1 and VLAN 10. Tag the internal LAN port from the ERL to your...
The CLI on ASAs can be unintuitive compared to IOS or other vendors.
ASDM (their GUI) is decent.
Windows 7 never came on systems with DDR. Any OEM system with Windows 7 came with DDR2/DDR3 memory.
Also, I'm pretty sure that a piece of RAM for...
This is normal. Pretty much any decent provider does this for dedicated service. Whether that be copper (T1,T3,etc) or fiber.
Several years? With 24/7 recording, that's not happening.
I'll post for Dizzy. Some TP-Link model with OpenWRT.
That's what a VPN or DNS proxy is for ;)
Just use a software firewall.... The built-in Windows can do this no problem.
COOL FUCKIN STORY BRO
(I have the same card. Works great.)
LOL. That's wrong on so many levels...
You must have shitty switches or power if you are that concerned about failures. I have Cisco 3550s from 2004 happily purring along with no...
LACP can only do 1Gb per stream MAX. The most you could pull with a client behind the firewall would be 1Gb. That said, 2.5 clients could each...
Cost effective? Probably the EdgeRouter Lite. They handle Mutli-WAN as well.
45K? That's not a small town....
Depends on the device model.
You can technically have one port minimum. Maximum is usually 8. You want port channels in multiples of 2 if you can.
You are at the mercy of your ISP. A IPv6 tunnel may add latency depending on where the tunnel IPv4 headend is.
You do realize Cisco created many of the first iterations of today's standards? Inline Power (POE) being a good example.
They also support...
All in one devices are never "great". You usually get a router with a junky switch built-in.
Do you ABSOLUTELY need one device?
They aren't slow. They can route at 1Gb in most use cases. They do use their own "OS". It's basically a fork of Vyatta that they took and have...
That's why I asked. I want to hear of these "major issues".
What major issues are you referring to?
No. The switches would need to be stacked or use something like VSS. Even then you can't mix interface speeds in a LACP bundle.
Sure. Send it over.
ESXi. It handles older OSes better than Hyper-V. Base version is free.
Also, the ERL runs EdgeOS which is a fork of Vyatta. Personally I find EdgeOS/Vyatta far superior to OpenWRT.
I use an ERLite at home and use Zone Based Firewall among other features. Never had an issue. I did have the flash fail, but I put in a new drive...
Personally I use clean images. The only changes I make to the plain image is injecting offline updates quarterly Any other changes I prefer to do...
OpenDNS + Script block add-in for whatever browser.
I have a 128, and 2x 256GB SSDs for sale as well as two WD Blue 500GB 3.5" drives I might be willing to part with.
I'm from Canada, but with the...
Meh. IMO A is the better standard as it allows dual phone lines if you ever use it for phones. (RJ14)
This. I've mentioned it many times but no one seems to give a shit.
I'd suggest adding DKIM recods as well.