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Posted By Neo
Hi Saps, If you read my post carefully, I...
Hi Saps,

If you read my post carefully, I did not ask for any code samples. My message to you said:



Kindly read more carefully.. Thank so much.
Forum: Programming 21 Hours Ago
1,093
Posted By Neo
Update: Have retired my quick, public...
Update:

Have retired my quick, public COVID-19 dashboard (per above).

I primarily use the stats from WorldOMeters for COVID-19 updates (https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/):
...
Forum: Programming 21 Hours Ago
1,093
Posted By Neo
Update: Have retired my quick, public...
Update:

Have retired my quick, public COVID-19 dashboard (per above).

I primarily use the stats from WorldOMeters for COVID-19 updates (https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/):
...
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Posted By Neo
Hi, What does this word mean (you used it many...
Hi, What does this word mean (you used it many times):



What do you mean by this word, exactly?

Do you mean "columns" (in an ASCII table)?

Thanks.
112
Posted By Neo
Thanks for that High Level Overview, ~ Saps ...
Thanks for that High Level Overview, ~ Saps

That sounds interesting.

Do you mind, then, to provide a fragment (sample input) to the code you need help with, maybe a few dozen or so lines?
366
Posted By Neo
OBTW, Bruno, Your router shows a serial...
OBTW, Bruno,

Your router shows a serial interface on the "10" network. This leads me to believe or guess (at least) that your router is connected to a private wide area network (WAN).

Is that...
366
Posted By Neo
Thanks for doing a great job working to...
Thanks for doing a great job working to troubleshoot your own problem, Bruno.

Without a basic network diagram, it is hard for me to advise, since I cannot readily visualize what is going on.
...
366
Posted By Neo
That is not a good sign (cannot ping from...
That is not a good sign (cannot ping from intermediate router).

Let's trace the route, then (from the router to your ftp host):

traceroute 164.52.194.12
366
Posted By Neo
Anyway, back to the task at hand.... while logged...
Anyway, back to the task at hand.... while logged into your router, you should try to ping your ftp server (the one you are trying to reach from your host):

ping 164.52.194.12

Can you ping it...
366
Posted By Neo
Also, just FYI on your Cisco OS version: ...
Also, just FYI on your Cisco OS version:

Table 1. End-of-Life Milestones and Dates for the Cisco IOS Software Release 15.1(1)T

Reference:

End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the...
366
Posted By Neo
Sorry, on the interfaces, try: show ip...
Sorry, on the interfaces, try:

show ip interface brief

or

show ip interface
366
Posted By Neo
You should find out what software that router is...
You should find out what software that router is running and now many interfaces it has, etc.

Did you try:

show version

and

show ip interfaces brief

and maybe even

show ip route
...
112
Posted By Neo
Thanks. But where do you get these numbers? ...
Thanks. But where do you get these numbers?




Do these number come from a DB query?
Counting web server page views?
Summing up hamsters as the fly in and out of the room?


When...
112
Posted By Neo
Please give the details what you are talking...
Please give the details what you are talking about.


MySQL database transactions on Linux RedHat?
Email transactions on HP-UX email server?
An apache webserver on AIX?



Before anyone...
366
Posted By Neo
My first thought is you have a routing problem...
My first thought is you have a routing problem and perhaps your netmask is set wrong. But I cannot be sure.

Are you sure your netmask for your subnetwork is correctly set to 0xffff0000? (This...
366
Posted By Neo
Great. OK.... let's check your subnetwork and...
Great. OK.... let's check your subnetwork and routing.

Can you issue the this command on AIX?

route -n

or

route -vn

and also, for completeness:

ifconfig -a

Thanks.
103
Posted By Neo
Download an image from where?
Download an image from where?
366
Posted By Neo
Bruno, You do not need to worry about port...
Bruno,

You do not need to worry about port 20 (yet). That line of thinking is leading you off track (sorry Rudi) because you need to establish you have a working route (network connection)...
366
Posted By Neo
You should try pinging your own IP address first:...
You should try pinging your own IP address first:

try this:

ping 172.16.80.80

and for fun

ping 127.0.0.1

and to be complete

ping localhost

and post back the results (each in...
366
Posted By Neo
Actually, I did not ask you for a polished, full...
Actually, I did not ask you for a polished, full blown, network diagram.

I asked you:



If you cannot take a piece of paper and a pencil (or your favorite drawing tool) and depict the network...
366
Posted By Neo
Looking at all those ports and hosts file is...
Looking at all those ports and hosts file is premature (and not helpful).

If you cannot ping, you have a networking issue where your routes are not setup correctly.

There is no need to posts...
366
Posted By Neo
To keep the forums high quality for all users,...
To keep the forums high quality for all users, please take the time to format your posts correctly.

First of all, use Code Tags when you post any code or data samples so others can easily read...
366
Posted By Neo
You need to first try to ping from the host to...
You need to first try to ping from the host to the ftp server and see if you get a reply.

Did you do that, already?

However, according to your traceroute output, it it looks like you cannot...
366
Posted By Neo
Did you do a traceroute (or similar command in...
Did you do a traceroute (or similar command in AIX) to your ftp server from the host you are having issues with?

Also, did you search the site first before asking this question?

I think this...
Forum: Solaris 3 Days Ago
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Posted By Neo
You did not mention, are you running a dynamic...
You did not mention, are you running a dynamic routing protocol like OSPF, RIP, EIGRP or IS-IS in your network?
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