Most common use of a home router is ofcourse NAT. The “new” 2621 is now running IOS 12.3.26(GD) IP and has been fully configured for NAT. There are lots of guides out there but I will post my own approach here also: conf terminal interface fastethernet 0/0 no shutdown description WAN bandwidth 102400 ip address […]
As part of my work I have been heavely involved in Cisco routing, VPN and VoIP technologie for some time now. To improve on my own skills with Cisco I have orderd a bunch of Cisco routers namely: 2503 (single Ethernet router with BRI interface) 2611 (dual Ethernet router) And most recently a 2621 (dual […]
While working on an issue with a 2003 SP2 server we ran into an error 1075 System error 1075 has occurred. The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion. But looking at the service in the Services manager we could not see any dependancy that was missing or not running. Turns […]
In an on-going effort the create SharePoint template pages we have made a nice piece of code that allows us to hide the login button of the SharePoint Portal site unless users add a specific variable to the URL or unless they are logged in: <% SPUser currentUser = SPContext.Current.Web.CurrentUser; string DisplayLogin = Request[“login”]; if […]
KO3.net has launched it’s newest off-site server in Nijmegen. Hosted in the server-room of Het Oudburgeren Gasthuis in Nijmegen, Netherlands a new 2008 server has joined the production environment. Improved levels of redundancy will be achieved with this new server and we are working on intergrating it into our existing environment as quickly as possible.
On-going efforts to create a web-based management-shell the allow end-users to directly manage and maintain their own DNS records on Windows based DNS servers has reached a final release fase where I am proud to say we have launched the first version with all the major functionality. Full support for adding and deleting all basic […]
As many system administrators face the same issues with ExMerge falling away I went and dug up some method of still being able to make PST based backups of every user in an AD environment. Requirements for this are: A 32-bit server / workstation with Outlook 2003 SP2 (I use Outlook 2007) or higher installed […]
Well let’s kick off this new blog in “style” by creating the first post on it. My intentions for this blog are to post and share things I come across in my line of work as a system administrator, designer and support technician. My focus within IT is very broad but centers mostly around user […]