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Forum: IP Networking 11-14-2002
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It does look like there is something is wrong...
It does look like there is something is wrong with their DNS. The only thing that you can do is inform the Sys Admin!
Forum: IP Networking 11-14-2002
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or an entry in the RC2 scripts......
or an entry in the RC2 scripts......
Forum: IP Networking 09-27-2002
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Are these FTP server all public ones? It...
Are these FTP server all public ones?

It does sound like the reverse DNS on the particyular one you are trying to connect to has problems. It could just be resolving against a poor DNS server...
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Posted By warrend
searching for a string in directory
Hi,

I have a directory with a couple of thousand logs in it. The log files are created every 5 minutes. I want to search these logs grep for a specific sting and more importantly print the name...
Forum: IP Networking 08-02-2002
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Posted By warrend
DNS works on a tree principle. When I...
DNS works on a tree principle.

When I perform a local DNS look-up, that request is forwarded to my DNS server. If that DNS server doesn't know where that domain is then it forwards the request to...
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Posted By warrend
Giga, What other OS's does the spread sheet...
Giga,

What other OS's does the spread sheet programme run on?

As you dont want to migrate away from this programe then this will prity much decide what your options are.

As far as terminal...
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Posted By warrend
How great is this!!!!!! Just as a side...
How great is this!!!!!!

Just as a side question, does the OPEN group own the trademark UNIX ?????
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Posted By warrend
Giga, What do you use the server for?
Giga,

What do you use the server for?
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Posted By warrend
I just want to ask a stupid question. In reading...
I just want to ask a stupid question. In reading

"ADMINISTRATIVE PANEL DECISION X/Open Company Limited v. unix.net Case No. D2002-0296" it says;



Does this mean that the x-open group own...
Forum: IP Networking 07-17-2002
2,883
Posted By warrend
Just expansion Example 1 Could be...
Just expansion

Example 1

Could be differnt levels of access through a firewall, A machine running multiple websites with resolution on ip rather than name

Example 2

Firewall! Bridge!...
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Posted By warrend
I would just put in generic addresses; ...
I would just put in generic addresses;

192.10.10.1 dhcp1
192.10.10.2 dhcp2
192.10.10.3 dhcp3
192.10.10.4 dhcp4

and then give it a go. I dont know what the licences are like...
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Posted By warrend
Did it work????
Did it work????
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AHHHHH!!!! just thought of something!!!! Is...
AHHHHH!!!! just thought of something!!!! Is your server trying to do reverce DNS look-ups???? This would explain why the sesions are hanging. Add the IP addresses of your local boxes to the...
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Posted By warrend
Can I just check on something. You have all...
Can I just check on something.

You have all your systems including your web server behind your linksys router.

You have a (static?) IP address which you have your domain registered to.

Where...
2,139
Posted By warrend
Sorry to say, but for ease of use and set-up...
Sorry to say, but for ease of use and set-up speed you are probably going to be best staying with NT (well win 2K server).

If you have the time to invest in teaching yourself then it would be...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 07-05-2002
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Posted By warrend
Most propritary boxes (SUN IBM HP SGI) issue a...
Most propritary boxes (SUN IBM HP SGI) issue a controled shutdown when you press the power off button, so they dont just kill the power.
Forum: IP Networking 07-05-2002
3,105
Posted By warrend
What is the output from a netstat? I still...
What is the output from a netstat? I still think it is routing. I have played about with the Orinoco silver cards under win2K and wasn't impressed with the firmware (the fact that the flashing...
2,327
Posted By warrend
Ok so it looks like a DNS issue. search the...
Ok so it looks like a DNS issue.

search the forum for DNS and resolve.conf They have been covered a thousand times and some of the results throw-up some really good explinations of...
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Posted By warrend
aww...... come on! www.HP.com hp...
aww...... come on!

www.HP.com

hp superdome - performance (http://www.hp.com/products1/servers/scalableservers/superdome/performance.html#pa8700)

<snip>
single server Oracle 9i result of...
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Posted By warrend
or... put the file name in "" "file name" ...
or...

put the file name in "" "file name"

so >rm "nothing 1.jpg"
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Posted By warrend
quick question, Can you a) ping the...
quick question,

Can you

a) ping the gateway
b) ping the other machine('s) on your network.
c) can you ping anything on the otherside of the gateway (e.g. www.cisco.com)

W
Forum: IP Networking 07-04-2002
3,105
Posted By warrend
So you have a wireless network card and a 10/100...
So you have a wireless network card and a 10/100 network card, you can get the 10/100 one to work but not the wireless one.

It seems like a routing problem???? (maybe, could be barking up the...
Forum: IP Networking 07-04-2002
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Posted By warrend
Fridge, Sorry Vijay only added the "lan"...
Fridge,

Sorry Vijay only added the "lan" bit after I had replied, hence why my reply looks a bit mad.

Vijay, The way to do this is to create a hosts entry on each of the boxes that you want...
Forum: IP Networking 07-03-2002
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Posted By warrend
Vijay, It looks as if you are trying to host...
Vijay,

It looks as if you are trying to host a web site on your home box, is this correct?

If it is then 1) does your connection have a static IP address, 2) does your domain registrar offer...
Forum: IP Networking 07-02-2002
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Posted By warrend
Couple of questions; Which machines did you...
Couple of questions;

Which machines did you upgrade, the NT ones or the IBM ones?

What system handles the DNS (NT or AIX), or are they exclusive?
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