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RicklesP
MVM RicklesP
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Last Activity: 19th January 2018, 18:41
Joined: 26th March 2010
Location: Linconlshire, UK
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  • You're welcome, glad it's sorted.
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Port will not stay up
    Does your router have an address in the same VLAN? If not, where is the default gateway address that's in this VM's NIC? It sounds like you're missing something with respect to routing in & out of that VLAN.
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Port will not stay up
    Is this VM on a different VLAN than the others? Is anything else on that same VLAN having any issues? Can any other devices connect to this problem VM from their VLANs? A diagram of how your networking is set up would help. Don't worry about '...too much detail...', more is usually better if you're...
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  • That's more like it. You wouldn't need a 'static route', it will be a 'default route'. The difference is that a static route is normally used to get traffic to a specific destination, where a default route is any path to send traffic when nothing else more specific will do. If your external interface...
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  • You should NEVER allow any access to the control/management interfaces from an external interface, regardless of how many addresses are on it. That way lies ruin. If you can log in from some remote location to control that router, what's to stop anyone else from working out how to do the same thing??...
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Port will not stay up
    Have you looked at Spanning Tree status? It could be that this ethernet port is involved in a logical loop, and the Spanning Tree protocol is doing what it's supposed to-shut the port down to prevent a broadcast storm.
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  • Doing a bit of a search to bone up on ASA docs (while I support one for a customer, I haven't had to make a change in some time), I found another forum where you've asked the same question. The conversation there appears to answer your question--have you tried that yet? My recollection is with an...
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Wiring Up Home A Network Socket
    If you're trying to drive 2 ethernet devices from a single socket, it is do-able, but not the way you've done it. You can drive 2 ethernet devices through a single cable through the walls, but only at a max of 100Mbps (Fast Ethernet) per device. Each ethernet cable has 8 wires, but in Ethernet (10Mbps)...
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  • You would be adding any additional IPs to the external interface as 'secondary IPs'. They won't be used until you assign them in routing or NAT/PAT settings, or for specific in-bound traffic to be port-forwarded (for example) like a web page you're hosting.
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Use if FOR loops
    Glad to see you are at least accessing the entire PC list now using '/node:', but that's at the limit of what I already know. Like so many, I tend to use Powershell for scripting, but haven't played that much with WMIC, in part because I'd read somewhere about a year ago that it's only MS's version...
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Account continually locks
    Have you confirmed that, if the scanner is not in use (turned off) that the password status does or does not change??
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  • RicklesP
    replied to Use if FOR loops
    Is your wmic cmd line including the call to the specific PC name in question? If not, it will always call the local PC the script runs on, which is exactly what you're getting. Reading soem on-line articles, you should include the '/node' parameter in the wmic cmd to call out the specific remote PC...
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