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comment Is it possible to find out which upstream DNS server my router is querying? (just using dns tools)
Thanks, that's certainly good to know.
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comment Is it possible to find out which upstream DNS server my router is querying? (just using dns tools)
That seems like an interesting tool, but I don't think it can achieve what I've asked for.
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comment Is it possible to find out which upstream DNS server my router is querying? (just using dns tools)
I though there might be an option like: "Don't you worry about nothing, just give me the address you'd be asking and I'll handle the rest myself" :-)
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comment batch remove pdf password using Acrobat pro 11 or other software
I like using *nix tools during my tim ein windows. Cygwin integrates better into the normal windows environment. But ultimately it's a matter of preference.
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comment batch remove pdf password using Acrobat pro 11 or other software
It should work in cygwin. The pdftk package is there.
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comment Running sshd behind home router: forwarding port 22 breaks my ability to browse the internet
Probably not the problem, but you only need TCP for ssh to work.
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