FD39598 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Other - Define the different Incident 'Clear' methods FD39628 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Problem - An exception added to a rule but the rule is still firing FD39398 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] How to set up large local disk for AO-VA FD39594 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Problem - Event Database archive failed FD39619 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Informational - After registering my AO device I receive message 'license expired' when trying to log in to AO FD39638 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Problem - After upgrading to 3.7.4 why does External Authentication not work?
Though Apple has largely resolved the wi-fi issues that persisted in some Macs with prior OS X releases, some users with OS X El Capitan may encounter wireless networking issues after updating to the latest OS X release.
Typically the wi-fi problems are in the form of dropping connections or strangely slow speeds, and the good news is they’re usually an easy fix.
Some basic experience with PHP and web-servers will be helpful when working your way through this article.
This article is based on using an Arduino ENC28J60 Ethernet shield, as discussed in our “How to web-enable your Arduino“, which we will use with one or more DS18B20 digital temperature sensors (you can consider using other sensors as well of course).
But for the testing purpose in VMware we can’t have expensing physical NAS devices to configure cluster ot high availability servers in VMware.
So, there is some free open source NAS software where you can use a computer as NAS.
FD39659 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Informational - Where is Linux File FD39550 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] How to upgrade Accelops Virtual Appliances FD39669 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] How to configure NFS servers FD39678 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] How to setup the 10Gbps network adapter for your AO VM FD39685 - Technical Note: [Accelops KB] Accel Ops Visual Analytics Support Policy FD40243 - Technical Note: How to manually upgrade the IPS Engine FD40242 - Technical Note: VLANs used for SLBC architecture FD38647 - Technical Note: Allowing users to login to personal quarantine with Active Directory credentials using LDAP FD39887 - Which configuration parameters don't synchronize between a primary and one or many backup Forti Manager(s)?
FD39608 - Technical Note: Restrict You Tube content on network or managed devices FD40237 - Technical Note: Forti Gate split tunnel configuration with traffic bridged locally and specific subnets routed through wireless tunnel FD40235 - Technical Note: Using the reset button to restore factory default on a Forti AP 221C FD40234 - Technical Note: Reloading master controller disables master status on slave controller FD40233 - Technical Note: SSID disappears when ARRP is enabled on the controller FD39812 - Technical Note: How to configure a third party DDNS service FD40214 - Technical Note: Restrict sending emails to an alias email account FD40213 - Technical Note: Forti Mail Behavior Analysis FD40212 - Technical Note: Supported Versions for Site-to-Site IPsec VPN between Microsoft Azure and Forti Gate FD40211 - Technical Note: APs configured for L2 preferred with static IP form L3 connectivity layer, though the AP and Controller are on same subnet FD40206 - Techncial Note: How to block NMAP Port Scanner FD39864 - Technical Note: Forti Manager reports 'Possible database integrity problem detected during scheduled verification.
Try things out by navigating around the web, doing a speed test, and just using the internet as usual.