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Unifi: Update DNS on TRG212M router

Posted on the August 5th, 2014 under Blog,Blogger,Computer,Data Transmissions,Internet,Life,Linux,Linux Software,Live Blogging,Malaysia,Money,My Life,Unifi by

 

 

 

To all the Unifi user, by default your router is not allowed user to update the DNS setting. and its not visible by admin account.

Here is the step you can follow to change your DNS setting

 

1. Login to the router using below credentials

  • Username:  operator
  • Password (default unifi password ):  h566UniFi

2. Go to Setup Tab
3. Click on the WAN at the left

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4. On the 1_INTERNET_R Click on the edit button in red circle (as per picture) – edit

5.  On the DNS setting tick on Manual radio button and configure your DNS to Google DNS

  • Primary: 8.8.8.8
  • Secondary: 8.8.4.4

6. Apply the setting

 

 

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IT Certification

Posted on the January 22nd, 2009 under Career,CCIE,CCNA,Certification,Cisco,Cisco Certification,Computer,Intel,Jobs,Linux,My Life,NCLE,NCLP,Networking,Novell,Open Source,Redhat,RHCE,RHCT,SLED,SLES,Solaris,SUSE,SysAdmin,Training,Ubuntu,UNIX by

Did you all here this before about this company koenig-solutions

This company are base in India. It provide a lot of training/certification. The best this is.. if you dont have the place to stay when doing the training.. they can provided it.. It include in the training/cert price… Most of the training is boot camp ,RHCE, NCLE, Solaris, CCNA, CCNP, MCSE, LP1,LP12, to many…

Here i provided same example of the training including the price and accomondation.

Source: koenig-solutions

CLP/CLE

Contact:

Delhi Centre
Koenig Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
20-A, IInd Floor, Shivaji Marg, Moti Nagar
New Delhi, Postal Code – 110015, (India)

Shimla (Himalaya Mountains) Centre
Koenig Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Sunbreeze Inn building
Main Bus Stand
Sanjauli, Shimla-171006.
Himachal Pradesh (India)

Goa Centre
Koenig Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
3rd Floor, B/T1,
Campal Trade Centre,
Opp. Kala Akademy,
Panjim, Goa – 403001, (India)

Dehradun Centre
Koenig Solutions Pvt Ltd,
Plot # 22, IT Park,
Sahashdhara Road,
Dehradun, (India)

Fax: +91 11 25886909
Email: info@koenig-solutions.com

Telephone 24 x 7 : +91 98102 64199
(only from outside India)

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Centos Server

Posted on the January 14th, 2009 under Career,Computer,Distro,Jobs,Linux,My Life by

Yes, tomorrow i got a new project.. DHCP/DNS server. I will install it on the real Server.. IBM… what os I choose.. Centos 5.2 .Why because the customer don’t want to  bought the OS (SLES,RHEL)

The bad thing is.. i need go to their place to setup… dammit.. i think better bring the server to my home… the update will take more times…n waste my time…

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Novell Patch for SLES

Posted on the December 20th, 2008 under Computer,Distro,Linux,Linux Software,Novell,Open Source,SLED,SLES,SUSE,UNIX by

For those who are using the SLES.. i got the mail from Novell.. Currently got the 10 patch available now.. but i only for the OS that registed with Novell only

— On Sat, 20/12/08, Novell Patchbuilder Notification <patchbuilder_noreply@novell.com> wrote:
From: Novell Patchbuilder Notification <patchbuilder_noreply@novell.com>
Subject: 19 Dec 2008 Novell Customer Center (10 New Patches)
To: “XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX” <hackers_125@yahoo.com>
Date: Saturday, 20 December, 2008, 7:00 AM

19 Dec 2008 Novell Customer Center (10 New Patches)

Patch Updates

19 Dec 2008

The latest updates to your SUSE Linux Enterprise software are now available. By installing updates regularly, you will keep your operating system at peak performance, remove known security vulnerabilities and software defects, improve stability, and add the newest features and functionality.

To download, simply click the URL(s) that correspond to your version and log in to the Novell download site. You can then install the updates with YaST or your preferred installation tool. Please note: You must have a registered SUSE Linux Enterprise product with upgrade protection in order to access the patch downloads.

  1. Recommended update for kochi-substitute (ppc)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Recommended update for kochi-substitute (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9
  2. Security update for flash-player (x86-64)
    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for flash-player (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9
  3. Security update for MySQL (s390)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for MySQL (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 SDK

    Security update for MySQL (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)
  4. Recommended update for LAuS (x86)
    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Open Enterprise Server (OES)

    Recommended update for LAuS (s390x)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Linux Point of Service 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (s390)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (ppc)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (ia64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86-64)

    • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86-64)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9

    Recommended update for LAuS (x86)

    • Novell Linux Desktop 9
  5. Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for sblim-sfcb (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2
  6. Recommended update for kiwi (x86)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Thin Client 10 SP2

    Recommended update for kiwi (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for kiwi (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2
  7. Recommended update for python-pywbem (s390x)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for python-pywbem (s390x)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP2
  8. Recommended update for Evolution (s390x)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (ppc)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (ia64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Software Development Kit 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86-64)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

    Recommended update for Evolution (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2
  9. Recommended update for ptpd (x86-64)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 10 SP2

    Recommended update for ptpd (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 10 SP2
  10. Security update for flash-player (x86-64)
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

    Security update for flash-player (x86)

    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP2

OES Linux servers should only be updated by following the instructions in the applicable documentation:

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Working on Shift & Last Project @ Intel

Posted on the December 19th, 2008 under Career,Certification,Computer,HP,Intel,Jobs,Linux,Linux Software,My Life,NCLE,NCLP,Novell,SLED,SLES,SUSE,SysAdmin,UNIX by

OMG.. this Sunday i will start working on Shift.. after my validation today..8am to 8pm…On friday is my NCLP exam.. oh.. my head full of UNIX Command now..how about SLES… hahaha…dont mix it up..dont close the YAST… use the rcxxxx …xxxx is service…dont forget about the syslog.ng… troubleshoot the user permission access.

My last project at Intel already success DQ45CB, DQ45CB SYSTEMDG41Ty

This is my First SLED/SLES Project at Intel DG35EC

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100 POST on 31st August 2008

Posted on the August 31st, 2008 under Computer,Event,My Life by

Wow..today i already achieve the 100 post inside my blog… good…im planning to host it to other paid domain/hosting later…but i don’t have time to customized it now…buzy with my work.. do a lot of preparation for my Cert…

Yesterday i already waste my money RM525.. to buy the cheep pc for my home.. currently it using by my 3rd brother coz.. he still waiting his laptop.. i heard that he can get it on 3rd sem.. dammit.. late lol.. cosmopoint.. they should give it on the first sem…i just bought the 3 main item coz all older stuff still can be use…Firstly i planning to buy only cheep motherboard MSI MS7309.. coz i can save my money a lot… the price only rm 150.. then pcdepot don’t have the stock for it.. dammit.. the i choose to buy K9A2GM-FIH cost me around RM270.. waste RM120

Mobo: K9A2GM-FIH
Processor: AMD ATHLON 64 LE-1640 2.7 GHz AM2
Ram: Kingston 2GB DDR2 667

After assemble that system and setup with Windows Vista SP1.. coz my brother dont have the knowledge how to using Linux.. hahaha.. so far the performance quite good lol.. can get the score 3.O … hehehe.. the processor temp also quite cool.. around 38-40 using stock heatsink.. but i’m planning to change it with my current heatsink Thermaltake Silent Tower.. but i can’t manage to find the box that content the back plate for that heatsink…

Yesterday night is the countdown time for 31st August that means Malaysia celebrate the 51 Merdeka.. But u all know what i’m doing… just sleep at home.. coz seriously this time i’m get flu and bad fever.. hahahaha… I’m planning to watch the Fireworks .. ahhhh…really boring lo.. can watch it on TV….

1st of Ramadhan .. is on 1st of September.. so remember guys… plz don’t skip your fasting month..”Ramadhan Al-MUBARAK”

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Intel announced the new processor "Nehalem"

Posted on the August 12th, 2008 under Computer,Intel,IT Trade by

Intel announced the new processor “Nehalem

i’m not sure about the price.. i think maybe quite high… for the extreme edition…

SPEC:

  • Two, four, or eight cores
  • 45 nm manufacturing process
  • Integrated memory controller supporting DDR3 SDRAM and between one and six memory channels[citation needed]
  • Integrated graphics processor (IGP) located off-die, but in the same CPU package[5]
  • A new point-to-point processor interconnect, the Intel QuickPath Interconnect, replacing the legacy front side bus
  • Simultaneous multithreading, which enables two threads per core. Simultaneous multithreading has not been present on a consumer Intel processor since 2006 with the Pentium 4 and Pentium EE. Unlike the SMT implementations on the Pentium 4 and the Atom, SMT on Nehalem is referred to as ‘MTT’.[6]
  • Native (monolithic, i.e. all processor cores on a single die) quad- and octo-core (8) processors[7]
  • The following caches:
    • 32 KB L1 instruction and 32 KB L1 data cache per core
    • 256 KB L2 cache per core
    • 2-3 MB L3 cache per core shared by all cores
  • 33% more in-flight micro-ops than Conroe[8]
  • Second-level branch predictor and second-level Translation Lookaside Buffer[8]
  • Modular blocks of components such as cores that can be added and subtracted for varying market segments
Source: Wikipedia

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 11, 2008 – Intel Corporation announced today that desktop processors based on the company’s upcoming new microarchitecture (codenamed “Nehalem”) will be formally branded “Intel® Core™ processor.” The first products in this new family of processors, including an “Extreme Edition” version, will carry an “i7” identifier and will be formally branded as “Intel® Core™ i7 processor.” This is the first of several new identifiers to come as different products launch over the next year.

Products based on the new microarchitecture will deliver high performance and energy efficiency. This “best of both worlds” approach is expected to extend Intel’s processor leadership in future mobile, desktop and server market segments.

“The Core name is and will be our flagship PC processor brand going forward,” said Sean Maloney, Intel Corporation executive vice president and general manager, Sales and Marketing Group. “Expect Intel to focus even more marketing resources around that name and the Core i7 products starting now.”

The Intel Core processor brand name has gained broad awareness, preference, and market momentum over the past several years. The Intel Core name remains the logical choice for Intel’s latest family of processors. The Intel Core i7 processor brand logo will be available for high-performance desktop PCs with a separate black logo for Intel’s highest-end “Extreme Edition.” Intel will include processor model numbers to differentiate each chip.

Initial products based on this microarchitecture are expected to be in production in the fourth quarter of this year. These processors will feature Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology, also known as simultaneous multi-threading, and are capable of handling eight software “threads” on four processor cores.

Source: Intel

Thanks to Intel coz bring this technology to us

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My Wish List

Posted on the July 18th, 2008 under Blogger,Career,CCNA,Certification,Cisco,Computer,Distro,Hardware - Server,IT Trade,Jobs,Linux,Malaysia,My Life,Networking,Stuff by

Completed my self studies on:

Novell Course

  • 3071-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Fundamentals
  • 3072-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Advance Administration
  • 3073-SUSE Linux Enterprise Server10 Advance Admin

Then attend to Novell Certified Linux Professional 10 Fast Track.

Then any Professional Certification

  • : NCLP > NCLE
  • : RHCT > RHCE
  • : CCNA??
  • Good career in Server/Network Field – Vendor/Support or Large Company
  • Continue my studies in Degree – Part Time Classes.
  • Get my own Car and House

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VMworld 2008

Posted on the July 10th, 2008 under Computer,Virtualization,VMWare by

Come to VMworld 2008

Join your peers, September 15-18, at The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas as VMware hosts VMworld 2008, the leading virtualization event. Now in its fifth year, VMworld is a must-attend event for all IT professionals looking for actionable ideas, innovative products and best practices for virtualizing your enterprise— from the desktop to the datacenter.

What’s new at VMworld 2008

Source: VMWare

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login as root when you running the Ubuntu machine

Posted on the July 10th, 2008 under Computer,Linux,Ubuntu,UNIX by

Ubuntu: How to login as root when you running the Ubuntu machine

• First enter into ubuntu as your user login.
• Open terminal and type sudo –s it will prompt for root access and type the password.
• Enter the root password and it will ask for new password for root
• Open terminal vi /etc/gdm/ gdm.conf (gnome can using gedit )
• Find AllowRoot=false
• Then change it for AllowRoot=true (after that don’t forget to save it)
• Init 6 (reboot)

Now u can login using the root account.

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