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    Dell hasn't owned sonic wall in 5 years its been...

    Dell hasn't owned sonic wall in 5 years its been an independent company
  2. I can Confirm that My system has received no...

    I can Confirm that My system has received no updates since the 15/04/2020 date. Well 17/04/2020 but the point is still the same there has been updates to rules since then just none retrieved by...
  3. I would agree with sky-knight. Hostpad can be...

    I would agree with sky-knight. Hostpad can be difficult with a device designed to be a AP. Ubiquity or just reuse your LinksysWRT1900ACS as the AP. reload the OEM FW on it or load DDWRT and call it a...
  4. Thread: VLAN Setup

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    I have several Vlans set Up. ( I get board easy...

    I have several Vlans set Up. ( I get board easy and make things more complicated than they need to be) As Jim says we need a lot more info to help.
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    Creating Tags Based on DHCP Request

    I was looking at doing some different options for VLan routing and Load balancing and such that would require tags. But setting tags for each device is not an easy task when you are looking to put a...
  6. Private Internet Access (PIA) Failed to load OPVPN Config

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    a VPN is always going to add significant packet...

    a VPN is always going to add significant packet overhead. and 20% doesn't sound unreasonable.
  8. Basically you want your Cable Modem or DSL Modem...

    Basically you want your Cable Modem or DSL Modem to be set to bridge FYI
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    I am not your average home user but it still only...

    I am not your average home user but it still only took me 30 seconds to download and install the software and have the AP online.
  10. As always some where tinfoil and some drool on...

    As always some where tinfoil and some drool on themselves. Both get you no where. Nothing is good or bad particularly information. It always boils down to what do you get for it. Information has...
  11. Thread: SSD vs HHD

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    I can Vouch for the fact that the likelihood of...

    I can Vouch for the fact that the likelihood of blowing out a modern SSD is almost impossible in the Home or even corporate environment. SSD based sans last decades. with current algorithms
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    There is no easy no perfect answer. It is, to put...

    There is no easy no perfect answer. It is, to put it simply and escalating war. Do what you can and where you can the rest you have to accept everything on the Net comes with risk.

    Security in...
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    I would disagree. Attacks used today almost...

    I would disagree. Attacks used today almost universally require a UTM to stop. As more and more traffic is becoming SSL encrypted because of the open source nature of the engines the UTM...
  14. they also have embedded in the chips software...

    they also have embedded in the chips software that prevent them from printing money.
  15. I would wonder what journaling its using and...

    I would wonder what journaling its using and those are some crappy and/or very old SSD's I can tell you as fact I have never seen one come close to its duty cycle and then fail. I have 1000's in use...
  16. I have yet to see anyone bur through an SSD write...

    I have yet to see anyone bur through an SSD write cycle. Its possible but unlikely. and I have seen some SSD's get pounded daily real real hard for many many moons and not even come close. Home or...
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    I always find it entertaining and somewhat...

    I always find it entertaining and somewhat enlightening. Everything has an exploit even the best programmers overlook things. That's why security is an art not a science. It is ever evolving. Chismal...
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    Not to pile on but if this surprises you that...

    Not to pile on but if this surprises you that Governments are building hacking tools to spy on other countries. (now it can be used anywhere but they tend to get caught over reaching to far in the...
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    Just in case anyone wanted to wade into Dell...

    Just in case anyone wanted to wade into Dell Support for Linux and all its variations

    http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/os-applications/w/wiki/2446.linux

    The PCIE bus in a about any Dell...
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    That email seems odd to me as that is not in...

    That email seems odd to me as that is not in anyway how QOS in networking works by any stretch. I wonder what is used as the underlying QOS type that everything is identified and marked as after...
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    Corporate servers often come pre-configured for...

    Corporate servers often come pre-configured for Raid set up and don't require user intervention unless you change it. and yes if you lose another drive you are likely to lose th whole shooting match.
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    This is entirely dependent on the raid set up...

    This is entirely dependent on the raid set up within the HP server. I would assume that the raid controller itself has raid pre-configured and thus automatic. if Untangle is still running i would...
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    you still doing these updates for you json file...

    you still doing these updates for you json file of IPS rules?
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