I apologize if this has been asked and answered, but I googled and attempted things for several hours today without success.I have a freshly installed CentOS 7 system that Id like to disable the firewall and all iptables rules. Basically the equival..
Im having problems where my upstream bandwidth is being saturated. Ive narrowed it down to a DNS issue of some type. If I stop the named service then my bandwidth drops to normal according to my untangle firewall.Im running bind-9.3.6-20.P1.el5_8.6..
Sorry for the off topic, but dont a better resource. Im not great at scripting, but need a quick script to modify a file.I have a long file that has lines like this:some text so..
Sorry for the off topic, but hoping someone here can point me in a direction and end my endless googling… I have some mp4 training videos that our users need to be able to download or stream directly to their browser.I have the h.264 module loa..
I have a CentOS release 5.8 that has snmp traps being sent to it. Ive been trying to forward the snmp traps to another system. Ive tried forwarding with snmpd/snmptrapd, iptables, and some forwarding programs. I can see snmp traps getting delivered..
Can anyone here give me a hand with forwarding snmp traps? Im looking at Zenoss and I want to see how it handles snmp traps. We currently have snmp traps getting sent to two servers. One of them is basically ignoring the traps, but I cant just cha..