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    Ahh, sorry, bad habit... From that page I...

    Ahh, sorry, bad habit...

    From that page I found out that to do a windows based cluster on a large scale would require me to upgrade to windows server 2003. Which is made to be able to cluster...
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    too bad on the burner... Looks like I can't do...

    too bad on the burner...

    Looks like I can't do it for Win NT due to server upgrade that I might do.. so till then...

    Shugart
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    OK, that site answers any and all of my...

    OK, that site answers any and all of my questions... thanks

    Shugart
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    nah, but I sure will... thanks Shugart

    nah, but I sure will...

    thanks
    Shugart
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    Creating a Windows Based Cluster

    Ok I got this idea from NeuTron. Feel free to critize...

    Ok I have a windows based netowrk that I run for a school, around 45+ computers. I was wondering if it is possible to create a cluster...
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    Awsome! I have got access to 45 machines on the...

    Awsome! I have got access to 45 machines on the lab... This could be fun...

    Shugart
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    Well, both ettercap and snort are on the same...

    Well, both ettercap and snort are on the same machines. And no its not just interent traffic. I can watch it all. I have ettercap and snort on a admin laptop, I just plug in and go into promiscuous...
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    did you ever try ping'ing or doing a tracert on...

    did you ever try ping'ing or doing a tracert on both IPs? I would think that if you did have an IP problem, ie spoofed, etc. that you wouldn't be able to get on the net because your request would be...
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    I agree with iron geek. Have a little fun before...

    I agree with iron geek. Have a little fun before you decide to terminate thier connection...
    My first question is have you noticed any malicious activity from this user? You might want to try...
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    ooo, something that runs in command prompt! I...

    ooo, something that runs in command prompt! I live in MS-DOS.

    Shugart
  11. Hmm, well, in NT you can run task manager on the...

    Hmm, well, in NT you can run task manager on the server and it has a bandwidth option. I do this with my network I manage and can easily DoS the server with pings for the workstations... I used task...
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    What gets me is the fact that most admins just...

    What gets me is the fact that most admins just dont seem to know that if there is a WAP in the network. Most large networks that have 100+++ users never seem to keep up with their netowrk. even with...
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    Hmm, I would agree that it is architecture based....

    Hmm, I would agree that it is architecture based. because the network I admin, it is switched and routed, and I have no problem sniffing it all with ettercap and snort. it has 3 different subnets...
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    What college runs a 64K!?!?! and for the love of...

    What college runs a 64K!?!?! and for the love of GOD get a firewall, and a firewall router. I am the admin for my highschool and the former admin was kinda like yours, had no need for security,...
  15. Thread: cyberstalking

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    I know it is all said and done, but anyone ever...

    I know it is all said and done, but anyone ever think about doing a netstat command, and seeing if it is IRC (port 6667)? I know this person probably has NO clue about DOS... just a thought...

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