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by easyprosys
2017/02/03 12:08:19
Forum: Website Problems
Topic: No Captcha
Replies: 2
Views: 1746

Re: No Captcha

Thank you. Fortunately I remembered my password.
by easyprosys
2017/02/03 12:05:06
Forum: CentOS 5 - General Support
Topic: Text cursor has disappeared
Replies: 0
Views: 779

Text cursor has disappeared

I have a server that really being a pain in the butt. While connected via SSH I have a cursor. But when connected via avocent KVM I have a flashing cursor but when I type I don't see text. If I go into Vim I do see text. I've never had the need to change the text color so I honestly don't know how t...
by easyprosys
2017/02/03 11:48:23
Forum: Website Problems
Topic: No Captcha
Replies: 2
Views: 1746

No Captcha

When I tried to login I was told I had exceeded the maximum number of logins and that I needed to solve the captcha. But there was no capture graphic. I tried using IE, Firefox, and Chrome. I finally remembered my password.
by easyprosys
2015/04/28 22:50:40
Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
Topic: Restarting a Remote Network
Replies: 6
Views: 2634

Re: Restarting a Remote Network

Oh my gosh. I hate to asak, I know that you're busy and like folks to learn on their own. But coiuld you help me undestand this? This is how to rate limit the NIC and the virtual port. Limiting outgoing bandwidth We can limit container outgoing bandwidth by setting the tc filter on eth0. DEV=eth0 tc...
by easyprosys
2015/04/28 22:27:49
Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
Topic: Restarting a Remote Network
Replies: 6
Views: 2634

Re: Restarting a Remote Network

AWESOME! Thanks for the hint, Trevor!!! I did not know of the TC command. I just need to learn the syntax to limit eth0 to 5Mb/s. We do use Virtuozzo but I assume that if I rate limit the nic it would be global? Now to learn the command.
by easyprosys
2015/04/28 22:20:13
Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
Topic: Restarting a Remote Network
Replies: 6
Views: 2634

Re: Restarting a Remote Network

Thanks very much for your reply. I sure appreciate it. I have a small hosting operation for marketing customers. We are getting pounded by bots that spike our 100Mb/s connection across a bunch of servers. Even with our KVM/IP I cannot gain remote access because there isn't anymore bandwidth. I naive...
by easyprosys
2015/04/04 12:14:35
Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
Topic: Restarting a Remote Network
Replies: 6
Views: 2634

Re: Restarting a Remote Network

Thank you for your reply. The question does seem unclear. I am asking if I need to restart the network after changing the port speed.

My servers are SuperMicros with Asus server boards. The command seems so straight forward and therefore my questioning.
by easyprosys
2015/03/31 08:44:56
Forum: CentOS 5 - Networking Support
Topic: Restarting a Remote Network
Replies: 6
Views: 2634

Restarting a Remote Network

After issuing a ethtool -s eth0 speed 10 I still see the port speed is 1000Mb/s. Do I need to restart the network after making the change? My data center is 2 hrs. away and, well, as a rookie it scares me. If it hangs... It sucks being green. :roll: I've Googled it and cannot find the answer. I appr...
by easyprosys
2015/03/08 20:11:31
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Unable to secure SSH
Replies: 4
Views: 1596

Re: Unable to secure SSH

Good information but yes, I am running Centos.

Any suggestions on why blocking SSH isn't working? Telling me that I am not running Centos or that it is actually more out dated than thought does not answer the question.
by easyprosys
2015/03/08 09:05:17
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Unable to secure SSH
Replies: 4
Views: 1596

Unable to secure SSH

After a hacking I have attempted to secure SSH and limit it to specific IPs. I have followed the instructions here: http://centoshelp.org/security/securing-sshd/ I have added sshd: ALL to hosts.deny and I have added sshd: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to hosts.allow and then restarted sshd. Staying logged in as i...

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