i have a router that have 50-100 routes setup and i would like a back of it in memory or some fail-safe mechanism to make it available if it reboots
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I am an experienced Linux system administrator. I will perform the setup, tuning and provide further support of the project for you. I'm available online in Yahoo!/GTalk/MSN and ready to start right away.
Hello, I have over 8 years experience as an Linux admin and can do this job. Please feel free to ask if you have any questions. Thank You
I have years of experience with Linux administration and scripting so I can provide you with the solution that you need. Also, I can provide you will all the tools so that you can save any later changes yourself, or us Daha Fazla
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Please provide some more details about your project. It looks very trivial so where's a catch?
I have 8+ years of experience in C/C++/C#/Java programming.
I can help you to do this. So that routes can be automatically load into router after reboot
I'm a experienced System and Network administrator with more than 10 years of experience with Debian, Slackware, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Solaris and others Linux and Unix flavors. Now I'm a System Administrator for the Brazi Daha Fazla
I have over 10+ Years of experience with Linux , Unix Servers, Data centers and VMware ESXi expertise. I can do this project. Lets get started
Hello, I can help you, but first I need to know, what kind of router/OS you are running.
Linux router , Do you mean a linux server routing like a router ? , what kind of linux OS ?
I can do that i have exprience and certification in networking (cisco) and linux (redhat).
Create clone of existing system. Make sure some type of mirroring is in place. Write script (in perl) to automatically set routes on alternate server. Build redundant system (via software; you of course provide hardwar Daha Fazla
I can do this! Just use VRRP (keepalived). If you interested - skype me: nonesq, or just reply
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