What Are You Doing Right Now



  • Laughing at Lenovo commercials during Rush.



  • On way home.....toe still hurts



  • Attending NetScaler SD-Wan Master class.



  • @eddiejennings The symptom is that basically anyone that uses the Reflexion email filtering service cannot set us emails. We have whitelisted all IP. for Reflexion. We have worked with Mimecast to make sure they are not blocking anything. Our only thoughts are its Reflexion and the way they are handling multiple MX records that have the same priority. Thanks for your input. That is why I like this group.



  • Friday night maintenance has been scheduled for Edge Router Lite deployments. 😃 😃 😃 The era of the ASA is coming to an end.


  • Service Provider

    I feel like on SW I can see a day by day slide into all out lying and backbiting. It's crazy. A month ago, it wasn't like this. Now, I feel like every other thread I see is someone outright lying and attacking only to hurt people in the thread. The acceptance of completely falsification has taken a turn culturally.



  • @scottalanmiller said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    I feel like on SW I can see a day by day slide into all out lying and backbiting. It's crazy. A month ago, it wasn't like this. Now, I feel like every other thread I see is someone outright lying and attacking only to hurt people in the thread. The acceptance of completely falsification has taken a turn culturally.

    As a culture/society we have rejected reality/truth/facts and inserted what we want reality/truth/facts to be. I have noticed this for a long time.



  • Sketching and thinking through exactly how I'm going to do the hardware alterations for this project and keep downtime to a minimum.



  • One of the requirements for a "Junior Linux Administrator"
    •Working knowledge of Windows and VMWare a plus



  • @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    One of the requirements for a "Junior Linux Administrator"
    •Working knowledge of Windows and VMWare a plus

    hah



  • @travisdh1 said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    One of the requirements for a "Junior Linux Administrator"
    •Working knowledge of Windows and VMWare a plus

    hah

    It's occurring to me that if I want a chance to break into this, I'm going to have to seek outside of the Atlanta area.



  • @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    One of the requirements for a "Junior Linux Administrator"
    •Working knowledge of Windows and VMWare a plus

    makes. “Sense” lol


  • Service Provider

    Getting the kids ready for bed.


  • Service Provider

    @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    One of the requirements for a "Junior Linux Administrator"
    •Working knowledge of Windows and VMWare a plus

    Um... yeah.



  • Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.



  • @tim_g said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.

    What area, @Tim_G ?

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.



  • @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @tim_g said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.

    What area, @Tim_G ?

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    California would be my guess, they have a Purple level alert for fires that was recently activated. First time ever for the state too.

    Extremely high risk of fires, and very little chance to contain any if they start.



  • @dustinb3403 said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @tim_g said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.

    What area, @Tim_G ?

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    California would be my guess, they have a Purple level alert for fires that was recently activated. First time ever for the state too.

    Extremely high risk of fires, and very little chance to contain any if they start.

    Makes sense. A friend of mine was posting about prayers for safety for their friends over in SoCal where the fires are burning now.



  • @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dustinb3403 said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @tim_g said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.

    What area, @Tim_G ?

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    California would be my guess, they have a Purple level alert for fires that was recently activated. First time ever for the state too.

    Extremely high risk of fires, and very little chance to contain any if they start.

    Makes sense. A friend of mine was posting about prayers for safety for their friends over in SoCal where the fires are burning now.

    The state looks like hell does (or I imagine so). The amount of stuff that is on fire is insane.



  • Just posted a message about Exchange Online service issues to our users to try to head off the [email protected] crowd.



  • @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Just posted a message about Exchange Online service issues to our users to try to head off the [email protected] crowd.

    Now you just made the sky fall way faster, and the moon is about to impact with Earth.



  • @dustinb3403 If I had my way, I'd do this.

    Almighty Push




  • Service Provider

    @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @tim_g said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    Single digit humidity, strong winds... our area is under an extreme fire risk.
    Preparing a bit for just-in-case.

    ...RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PST SATURDAY FOR
    STRONG GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY...

    • TIMING...Through Saturday evening, with the strongest and most
      widespread winds expected late tonight through Thursday.

    • WINDS...Areas of northeast winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60
      mph. Isolated gusts of 80 mph or more are likely late tonight
      through Thursday in some remote canyon and foothill locations.

    • MINIMUM HUMIDITY...5 percent with very poor overnight
      recovery.

    • LOCATION...Strongest wind gusts will be along and below coastal
      mountain slopes and below passes and canyons. Some damaging
      gusts may surface onto the valley floors several miles downwind
      of the foothills Thursday morning.

    • OUTLOOK...Offshore flow will continue early next week with low
      humidity, but generally lighter winds.

    • IMPACTS...Any fires that develop will spread rapidly and be
      very difficult to control. Avoid any activities that could
      spark a fire!

    PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

    A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions
    are either occurring now....or will shortly. A combination of
    strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures can
    contribute to extreme fire behavior.

    What area, @Tim_G ?

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    San Diego


  • Service Provider

    Cold and damp in Dallas today. Hovering just above freezing. Got my fleece on, had to close the window in my office, and drinking my coffee.



  • @dafyre

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    Real Middle GA, or just south of I-20? 😛


  • Service Provider

    @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    Real Middle GA, or just south of I-20? 😛

    Pretend Middle GA I take it. LOL



  • @scottalanmiller said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    Real Middle GA, or just south of I-20? 😛

    Pretend Middle GA I take it. LOL

    Well, Perry, GA is pretty close to the geographic center of the state. However, for folks who grew up north of I-20, then anything south of I-20 is considered "South Georgia." For folks who grew up south of I-20, they (rightfully) know that south of I-16 is really South Georgia.



  • @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    Real Middle GA, or just south of I-20? 😛

    Slightly north east of dead center of the state, lol.

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  • @dafyre said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @eddiejennings said in What Are You Doing Right Now:

    @dafyre

    Middle GA here, and we're just getting wet & cold right now.

    Real Middle GA, or just south of I-20? 😛

    Slightly north east of dead center of the state, lol.

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    Yeah. South GA 😉 Almost deep south (south of I-16).

    My first year of teaching was in Mount Vernon, GA 😃


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