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1 point · 2 days ago · edited 2 days ago

I regret not making use of the events big time. I still have the larger monsters due to the tempered grind but I'm missing a few annoying ones like the fanged wyverns. if PC ever gets a festival and I'm not grinding kulve taroth or something I'll definitely be taking advantage

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2 points · 2 days ago

You mean you regret NOT making use of the events? If not, explain.

2 points · 2 days ago

forgot a word lmao, sorry. fixed it

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1 point · 2 days ago

It's ok, I was just confused!

Original Poster1 point · 4 days ago

I'm wondering how would you configure the inside/outside interfaces if all the servers are plugged into the switch itself, which just goes into the 1 firewall interface.

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1 point · 4 days ago

NAT would be the same. On the ASA, you specify the interface. If they're plugged into the ASA directly, you specify those interfaces the server is connected to. If they're on a separate switch, it's the interface to the switch. Works the same. You could have several servers on one interface. The server just needs a static IP.

Original Poster1 point · 4 days ago

Well if we have 5 servers on the backend, 2 need to be internet accessible and the other 3 don't, how would you separate those 3 on the inside network and the 2 on the outside-facing network, through the switch itself?

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1 point · 4 days ago · edited 4 days ago

Probably the same way they are now on the 5505. That shouldn't really change. If your severs are plugged into the 5505 now directly, it will work the same.

On a 5505, you assign interface IPs to a VLAN, then assign the physical interface to be a member of that VLAN.

On a 5506, there are no VLANs. So you assign IPs to the interface directly. Then plug a switch into the inside interface. The outcome is the same.

But on the 5506, you can assign interfaces to a BVI (bridged virtual interface) then give the BVI an IP, and it works mostly like a VLAN on a 5505. The problem is that with NAT, you still have to specify the physical interface rather than the BVI IP.

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Still can't beat the 3rd guy on hard time attack 😣

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Original Poster2 points · 5 days ago

Sorry. :( I struggled a bit on him as well.

3 points · 5 days ago

Can't wait to see this weapon in the inevitable Ico remake! Don't forget about the sword of the sun, that's also a weapon from Ico.

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Original Poster5 points · 5 days ago

God, I HOPE we get an Ico remake. I'm just afraid it's not mainstream enough to warrant it.

I'd love to see the how the Queen looks with the Bluepoint treatment.

all it is is someone's high exposure image, which is why the vehicle lights blur the way they do. not really blade runner worthy.

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I searched through the poster's previous submissions to other subs, he often posts photos and claims he took them himself. If you reverse image search them, the photos are from years prior and aren't even of the location he claims. Guy is a weird photo thief apparently just for karma?

33 points · 11 days ago

It's a nice photo. But doesn't really say Bladerunner to me. I don't think every night time cityscape is automatically Bladerunner.


How much extra of a chance do crown events grant? I need both large and small crowns for regular Diablos, I've been killing him for ten hours straight in Wildspire Bolero and not a single crown has dropped yet.

Edit: finally got the crowns. Small crown dropped around 35 kills and giant crown at near 40.


if your like me on pc.. MAYBE i assumed you were pc, but your not....??

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Original Poster2 points · 11 days ago

I'm PS4!

then have fun and be thankful that you will have a far easier time finishing crowns than I!!

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Original Poster2 points · 10 days ago

50 minutes left in the event and I got it!!! Killed like 39.

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Original Poster1 point · 12 days ago

Only vlan 1 is on the Cisco switch. Won’t need to trunk multiple vlans

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7 points · 12 days ago

Then it's not a trunk.

Remember, it's not JUST for a glam. You also get some boss tea kettles out of it.

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2 points · 14 days ago

I still rock "Carrier of the Kettle" cause I earned that shiz.

What switches are you using? What is your overall network layout?

I was setting up a UniFi switch setup with a non-UniFi DHCP server, and found the switches were intermittently blocking DHCP due to a bug in the firmware Ubiquiti hasn't fixed in about five years. This bug only affected 6 out of the 60 or so devices connecting. There was a workaround in our case, so hopefully your environment also has a fix/workaround.

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I had a similar problem with a client. They opened one day and most of their machines had no connection. I went onsite and realized they couldn't get DHCP. After some head-scratching, I finally confirmed their 48 port netgear randomly stopped passing DHCP traffic. I factory reset it and updated the firmware to no avail. Replaced the switch and all was well. So weird.

Everyone recite with me: the OSI model is...

Check physical, data link, and network layers in that order. Answers the issue 99% of the time. Just sucks when software misbehaves and you spend hours mirroring ports to run packet captures to find the cause.

My clue was when the users finally admitted that it had been going on for a month (right after the new switch install), not two days as I was originally told.

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Hey, that's what I did! I had it narrowed to the switch in about 5 minutes. Still an odd issue, but thankfully we don't work with Netgear very often. Every time I have to, I seemed to find weird, one-off issues.

6 points · 15 days ago

I'll tell you what I'm going to do. I'm going to let you kick my ass.

7 points · 15 days ago

I bet you got it in your hand right now, dontcha?

5 points · 17 days ago

Just got done screwing around troubleshooting a missing no-nat. Once you miss one you don't usually forget it the next time.

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Can confirm.

17 points · 20 days ago

This is the correct answer. The Defiant is part of the station's command structure, given that Sisko has complete authority over it.

There's never been any indication that Kira is even partially outside of DS9's command structure. She is Sisko's First Officer in every respect. She has command access to the Defiant (as seen on the episode Defiant), she's served aboard it, and when Sisko is away, she would also have responsibility for it, whether that means ordering Worf out on a mission or commanding it herself.

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9 points · 20 days ago · edited 19 days ago

Yes. I made longer and more detailed reply below, but this is a joint command. There's lots of precedent for mixed commands in the modern military, such as many NATO operations. And Allied forces in WWII with commands featuring officers from several countries.

Since the Defiant falls under this mixed command, the same rules apply.

16 points · 20 days ago · edited 20 days ago

Speaking as a veteran, the situation would be what would referred to as a joint operations command. It features command structure mixed from different branches or even countries. Think NATO. There can be NATO operations and command hierarchies featuring joint task forces with members from all over the world and with different branches of the military.

The Bajoran militia of course would have no authority in a normal Starfleet setting, just as the members of Starfleet on DS9 have no authority over the Bajoran militia as a whole. But the command of DS9 is a joint venture with a mixed hierarchy. Since the Defiant belongs to that command, it falls within this joint command structure.

4 points · 20 days ago

It's ok. It gives you an excuse to play again so you can get more time with Ranger of Darkness. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️


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5 points · 21 days ago

Yeah, I was wondering what time you're open til.

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There's a lot of details missing here, but the one thing that grabs me is you want the 192.x.x.x device to work untagged, but it works if you tag it as VLAN 192? Native VLAN should be VLAN1 by default, yes? VLAN 1 and VLAN 192 are not the same thing.

100 points · 21 days ago

One problem I have with "prequel" Treks overall is how the new creators just keep introducing new races without fleshing out established ones.

We have hundreds of races that would be so cool to see, but are forgotten about after an episode. It's a trope I'd like to see disappear. While I don't care for the Xindi much personally, yes, building upon continuity was always a good aspect of Trek that seems to be fading. It's like everyone wants to leave their mark rather than build a universe.

So to me, it's not about the Xindi, but about all the races we should be seeing again but never do.

25 points · 21 days ago

On the flipside, they took an established but not deeply explored species (Andorians) and ran with it in Enterprise. I like that.

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3 points · 21 days ago

Agreed. Absolutely.

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How 'bout a Hiss-wig?

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Original Poster6 points · 23 days ago

Do you have that realistic wigwam?

Original Poster5 points · 23 days ago

I bet you got a device, dontcha? Going down.

You will be TUMBLING THROUGH OITMENT, very shortly.

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Original Poster7 points · 25 days ago

How does that grab you?!

Original Poster6 points · 25 days ago

What if I hurled the ointment AT you.....madam?

I'd upgrade to AC 4.6. Cisco announced they won't be supporting anything earlier going forward.

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6 points · 26 days ago

That's just some ROPE moving' around.

15 points · 26 days ago

I deal in ROPE, sir.

2 points · 28 days ago

Make sure you check the lifetime timers for both phases. If they don't match up, they become unsynced and stop passing traffic. Different makers have different defaults. Ask me how I know.

28 points · 29 days ago

Can we get it to say "rock bottom" because we've just hit it.

Glad to hear they are improving it, when the BVI feature came out on 9.7 it was a complete disaster.

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1 point · 1 month ago · edited 1 month ago

Yeah, they seem to be fixing it a little at a time with each revision. it's still far from great, but 9.9.2 made it usable. It's so weird, you don;t know what works and what doesn't until you try it and hope it doesn't error. I kept trying to use SSH and DHCP to the BVI address prior to that update, and the commands would work, they were even available selections in ASDM, but it would error out when you hit apply. It was like ASDM supported it but the actual OS didn't.

992 fixed the DHCP and SSH issue. But you still have to randomly assign things (like PAT) to the physical interface. So if you have 5 ports in the BVI, you have to create a NAT rule for each member interface. Yet DHCP works... its so random. It's like...why did they wait until fricken 9.9 to add these features..

why did they wait until fricken 9.9 to add these features..

Cisco is in a bad habit of pushing stuff to production that is not production ready.

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For sure, But these features are trying to bring the 5506 more in line with the 5505...but years later? Most users have already found other solutions to deal with the differences by now. It seems strangely way too late to be playing catch up at this point.

I wish I could look forward to a 5507, but hey, FTD... Not looking forward to that.

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