|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|
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