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  1. Re: Incorrect IP address, gateway; where is it getting this address?

    So the .100 is the box that you are pinging from? I don't think this IP is still in use if that's the case. As the setup works with the default gateway set can you not do this permanently?
  2. Re: Trustwave PCI Security Scan and Bionic Beaver

    It's really important to inhibit Apache from reporting the version. You are making it way too easy for hackers if you provide such information - they can look up known vulnerabilities in an instant.
  3. Re: Incorrect IP address, gateway; where is it getting this address?

    I'm assuming these are from the media server. Could you run an 'ifconfig' so we can see the config of the interfaces on this machine?
    The fact you can add a default gateway using a 192.168.2.x...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: need some direction for a multiple NIC yaml file

    There is a good guide at https://vitux.com/how-to-configure-networking-with-netplan-on-ubuntu/
    If you are using DHCP then just make sure you leave out all the addresses/gateway info.
  5. [ubuntu] Re: need some direction for a multiple NIC yaml file

    The problem is you are trying to use 4 different NIC's all on the same subnet. There is no benefit to doing this and you'll end up with a very confusing network configuration.
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    Re: Replacement for Dropbox

    I use OneDrive. It's like the rest for storage of photos etc. but with the added bonus of working brilliantly with word, excel etc.
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    Re: Not able to ping other IP

    If everything else is working I wouldn't clear all the settings on your Ubuntu box just yet. How about changing the IP address of the printer? and Reboot it?
  8. [ubuntu] Re: Speed up/defrag Ubuntu 16.04 VM on windows 10 host using VMware

    When you originally create the disk there is a check box to pre-allocate the space. To change it afterwards you need to use a utility called vmware-vdiskmanager. Here is an article that describes the...
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    Re: Not able to ping other IP

    The IP's that you cant reach are on a directly connected network. As other IPs are reachable on the network, if you clear your ARP cache and turn the firewall off (temporarily!) and they still can't...
  10. [ubuntu] Re: Speed up/defrag Ubuntu 16.04 VM on windows 10 host using VMware

    Probably not worth the risk to try to consolidate those disk files now. Did you pre-allocate the space though? Also, have you got any snapshots on that VM? Snapshots seriously impact performance.
  11. [ubuntu] Re: Speed up/defrag Ubuntu 16.04 VM on windows 10 host using VMware

    Performance issues are nearly always to do with the way the VM is configured rather than the guest OS. Your first step should be to run the defrag utility in VMware. I assume you are using...
  12. [ubuntu] Re: network connection problems. Ubuntu 18.04

    Ah just saw your last post. Glad that you got it resolved.
  13. [ubuntu] Re: network connection problems. Ubuntu 18.04

    What exactly happens when you 'lose all the LAN settings'? Can you ping your default gateway? Is the interface still up (perform an ifconfig on the interface)?
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    Re: Not able to ping other IP

    If the printer has an IP of 192.168.0.88 then it is on your local network - your default gateway is only used for subnets that are not directly connected.
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    Re: Not able to ping other IP

    The config looks fine. You could try running "nmap 192.168.0.0/24". This will scan for all devices and any open ports on your subnet. If it picks up nothing at all then then it must be an issue on...
  16. [ubuntu] Re: Trying to seamlessly dual boot W10 and 18.04

    I've moved to this way of working albeit using VMware workstation. Windows is only fractionally slower as a VM and I have the ability to boot Ubuntu or any other flavour of Linux at the same time.
  17. Re: What is a good way to have a Linux server with a robust virtual environment?

    Openstack itself is going to take a lot of your resources and is complex to setup and maintain so I wouldn't suggest that. For a single physical machine stick with something simple such as xcp-ng....
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