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Jan
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awarded  Yearling
May
7
comment why dig to router is on DNS 53 port?
Your query should come from a random port (in a range) TO the designed server port of 53.
Mar
15
answered How to allow access to web only through proxy?
Mar
14
comment Python program starting on start-up?
I suppose you could launch it inside of screen if you're on a *nix system. You could also have it listen to a socket and interact that way.
Jan
25
awarded  Yearling
Oct
11
comment What's the quickest way to count the number of each character in a file?
+1 I appreciate me some good use of C in the right places.
Sep
14
answered Make D-Link router copy all packets to a specific port
Aug
2
comment Is the performance of a CPU affected as it ages?
@CajunLuke See ntp.org/ntpfaq/NTP-s-sw-clocks-quality.htm; Basically the time will be off by 1/1,000,000 for every PPM.
Apr
2
comment Route all traffic of home network through VPN
When you bring your VPN link online, it should provide you with a new interface to manage. route add default gw vpn.internal.server.ip dev vpn0
Apr
2
answered Route all traffic of home network through VPN
Mar
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
14
comment Connect a CentOS 6 server to the internet without a router
Sometimes the ISP hardware (DSL or cable modem) will lock to the first mac address it sees until it is power cycled. Have you tried turning it off and back on again?
Feb
22
awarded  Commentator
Jan
25
awarded  Yearling
Dec
6
awarded  Critic
Dec
6
comment Does a computer use fewer resources when programs are minimized?
-1: Bad citation and having something that is misleading highly voted is bad for anybody viewing the question.
Nov
28
asked GETPIVOTDATA() — less than date
Nov
16
answered How do I convert tar.bz2 to tar.gz?
Sep
19
comment Why does editing my hosts file to block websites show them as LISTENING?
Take the w9.hitbox.com address out of your hosts file, flush your cache, and run your network utility again. I'm almost certain your system is referring to itself as w9.hitbox.com. You have a service listening on the IPP port, and that's pretty common for OS X.
Sep
19
comment Why does editing my hosts file to block websites show them as LISTENING?
@Javy Try doing your own reverse DNS lookup on localhost... perhaps your configuration file is making it look like your computer's name is w9.hitbox.com.