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blog post in No Food for Thought dig(1) and other DNS clients sometimes taking 5 seconds to return the results of a local query After installing a few Debian VMs inside our Windows environment, I noticed very strange performance problems resolving local domain names on local DNS servers this week. Simple queries which should h
blog post in No Food for Thought Error 619 when trying to connect a NAT-ed client to a PPTP server - watch your router Today, I realized my PPTP connections from Windows 7 and 8 machines were no longer able to connect to the PoPToP server I setup at the office. Strangely, nothing had changed on the server (still Debia
blog post in No Food for Thought ManageEngine NetFlow Analyzer on Debian 8 ManageEngine's NetFlow Analyzer is probably the best NetFlow analysis software. It supports GNU/Linux and is even free for a maximum of 2 network interfaces. NetFlow Analyzer 12.1 can be installed
blog post in No Food for Thought SMTP error 452 4.1.0 "requested action aborted: try again later #AUP504" If your SMTP server on Bell is failing to send mail from a web application with an obscure/misleading error like the following, just avoiding a foreign sender address (like @gmail.com ) may solve.
blog post in No Food for Thought Switched to DNSEXIT My good old and short dynamic domain name ido.ath.cx which I used to point to my home PC stopped working after DynDNS stopped being free. Instead of looking for another free provider which could also
blog post in No Food for Thought TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1 on OpenWrt 15.05 I switched my TP-Link TL-WR1043ND v1 from TP-Link's firmware to OpenWrt 15.05 "Chaos Calmer" a couple of weeks ago. Besides [http://www.philippeclouti