Answer This: Reddit and Stack Overflow Roundup for Friday, November 10, 2023

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Every day, people visit Reddit and Stack Overflow seeking expert advice about cloud networking and security. We search through those posts and gather a list of discussions and questions that you – the experts – might find interesting or solvable. Some are career guidance, which is where your experience and advice matters. 


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Below are the most recent inquiries.



11/10 I can't ping one device from the same subnet, but I can from a different subnet.

11/10 Blogpost Friday!

11/10 AWS wants to start charging for all allocated IPv4 usage, yet most of their critical services don't support native IPv6

11/10 Cloud SQL communication with Compute engine

11/9 Firewalls and VNets - newbie question

11/9 Handling Azure/cloud connectivity to on prem?

11/9 Can GCP project numbers change?

11/8 Rant Wednesday!

11/8 Is it necessary to have NAT Gateway to call third party APIs from private subnets?


Stack Overflow

11/10  How to pass "Source UID" to iptables?

11/10 Azure App Service - Azure Database for MySQL flexible server - VNet integration / private co...

11/9 Attach EC2 in multi-region to ECS Anywhere

11/9 AWS lambda timeout error in VPC invoking external URL

11/9 I have a problem unable to send RTMP with egress

11/8 Not Able to connect RDP using azure site to site vpn with local fortigate firewall





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When looking for information about IPTables modules, you’ll typically find this documented in the iptables-extensions manpage.