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comment System Admin Root Access to Production Servers
Sudo is certainly possible, however, I'm trying to avoid SA's having permanent access to sudo. Root access should be event based, not standard operating procedure.
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asked System Admin Root Access to Production Servers
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accepted Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
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comment Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
Much appreciated.
Mar
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comment Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
I wanted to keep the en1 separate from the en0 network, which was the original reason for running NAT/DHCP on the Airport. I turned off Wireless mode from the upstream internet router and am using the Airport for wireless connections. I'm wondering if I delete default .0.1 if that'll work - everything else remaining equal.
Mar
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revised Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
Added Router Info
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Mar
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comment Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
Added image of netstat -nr
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revised Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
http://skitch.com/jordanx/n5gd8/neo-matrix.home-bash-110x29
Mar
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comment Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks
Yes, different IP Address. It has a local bonjour name (but, yes, it's a different IP Address).
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