I and one other in my team have been working on getting BGP in FRR to work in our new data center for a bit. We know when to quit and we are willing to seek knowledge from someone wiser than us. Any takers?
If you don't have any outbound NAT rules on the WAN and your internal subnets are private IPs then nothing routable will leave. No connections can be made from internal clients out of the WAN directly.
The term 'kill switch' to refer to that is absurd though. Kill switch implies something you set to kill all the traffic. The term 'fail safe' fits that rule setup far better. If the VPN is disconnected the systems fails. Safe. But I guess it wasn't suffciently buzz-wordy for the VPN marketers. 🙄
I couldn't find the source for this issue, so I do what I always do in this type of "I have no clue" situation, I simplify. I removed all my switches except one, removed all non-related items and appliances, reset my configs where I could. then add stuff back. The problem has not reappeared, and I have about 75% of my items back integrated.
I suspect it is either a unifi bug or my fing appliance.
I was curious about how much power my Qotom computer draws. I checked the status of my APC UPS. According to it, the computer draws about 3W and occasionally spikes up to about 13W. At the moment, that computer is the only thing on the UPS.
@jknott The T1700G-28TQ does not. It's from their range aimed at real networks.
The other one I have does though. Along with some other interesting features....
That is definitely a soho device though and an older one at that. Might as well be from a completely separate company really.
That was the first 'DOS' with support for those whopping big drive **, later to be known as a hard drive .... Folders or subdirectories also dates from that moment.
The DOS that makes the computer boot without a floppy. That was yaw dropping technology.
edit : ** something close to 20 mega bytes, but there were always bad sector right from the beginning. remember : the 3.5 inch 1,44 Mbytes floppies didn't exist back then. 5.25 floppies were single sided (?) - or something like 180 Kbytes.
I do recall also :
to do an initial low level C drive format.
and I just found out that we don't have 'debug' any more .... ;)
I don't think we need it now to be honest - we keep a pretty good handle on the spam.. But is there a way to force 1 post wonders first posts to be mod/admin allowed? I have seen forums like this before. Where your first post has to be approved before its posted.
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