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Old 07-20-2005, 08:57 PM   #16
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Ok, I get crap fer not knowing stuff about the engine on the bike I ride and then I get crap for knowing the engine of the computer I use.....sigh.


bmwgs.com = [ 64.71.133.226 ]

BUT

64.71.133.226 = [ ]

AND

advrider.com = [ 63.81.134.25 ]
63.81.134.25 = [ pluto.smugmug.com ]


SO

This would likely indicate that the DNS resolution your business networks (VPN and otherwise) do not allow routing to some of these destinations. You are getting in on some and not others because the addresses resolve to different places (IP addresses) even if they end up pointed at the same web server. Since it doesnt appear there is reverse DNS setup either that would make it even more random depending on the type of network and the type of connection protocol you are using at a particular time.
When you use VPN you are actually running through the network information of your business, even when you are home - so you might get blocked via the client....

Possible solution: Setup VPN to your home machine???

OR

put one or more of these DNS server entries into your network preferences and it might start bypassing the DNS your work or VPN server use for advrider queries. Then again your network admin might get pissed and shut you down... or you might already be too locked down to do this... (dont take any of the current DNS entries out though....)

NS2.SMUGMUG.COM 64.71.184.144
DNSONE.ROADTOAD.NET 209.209.9.66
NS5.SMUGMUG.COM 63.81.33.211
NS1.SMUGMUG.COM 64.71.184.149
NS.ANARCHY.COM 64.71.133.226



Ok, Ill shut up now....

Can you read the matrix?
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Old 07-20-2005, 09:36 PM   #17
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Can you read the matrix?
He wrote the matrix
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Old 07-20-2005, 09:41 PM   #18
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He wrote the matrix
DDOOOOOOOODDDDDD,

Just go to Starbucks at lunch with your laptop and forget all this matrix stuff.

WHERE'S THE BEER???
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Old 07-20-2005, 09:59 PM   #19
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Ahhhh, THE BEST BBQ IN SEATTLE (OK Corral), On Greenwood ave at 86th street

I had to fix it.

Steel pig is ahhhrite, but it's a chain.

The real deal's the OK Corral.
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Old 07-20-2005, 10:03 PM   #20
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Ahhhh, THE BEST BBQ IN SEATTLE (Steel Pig), Shiner Bock on Tap, home and checking routing tables and mysql while surfin' bike stuff... not bad, not bad.

I have had DNS-related nightmares in the past tho.....


Keep me away from MS Exchange and Ill tackle most anything.


Im not a coder tho' im a server and network dood. I do interweb.


where's that Xingu???
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Old 07-20-2005, 10:05 PM   #21
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where's that Xingu???

I only had one .....damn that is good brew. Even checked on the history.

YUM
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Old 07-20-2005, 10:07 PM   #22
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I only had one .....damn that is good brew. Even checked on the history.

YUM


Shiner Bock + Steel Pig.


If you live anywhere near seattle and havent eaten there you are SERIOUSLY missing out....
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Old 07-20-2005, 10:14 PM   #23
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I had to fix it.

Steel pig is ahhhrite, but it's a chain.

The real deal's the OK Corral.

A chain?? Nah dood, its a couple that opened a "trial" one near downtown to see if they could pull it off. The main one is further up aurora. There's two and they rock. Lucy (one of the main people) is from Perth where I grew up. Theyve done a damn good job with very little.


After 7 years in the south eatin' the best BBQ and down home cookin' the Steel Pig rocks!!
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Old 07-21-2005, 10:24 AM   #24
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bmwgs.com doesn't work all the way through, right.

*however*, www.bmwgs.com does work, and the reverse lookup to orcus.smugmug.com via 63.81.134.20 works fine. The bmwgs mirror is hosted on orcus.smugmug.com, whereas advrider is hosted on pluto.smugmug.com.

One caveat, however....there's a redirect from at least high levels of www.bmwgs.com urls over to advrider.com, so direct url's must be used, at least to get to the forums.
http://www.bmwgs.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=29 will get you to the west forum via orcas/.20.


Could mess with the host file, also, and insert an entry that redirects advrider.com urls to the .20 address.

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Old 07-21-2005, 10:58 AM   #25
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bmwgs.com doesn't work all the way through, right.

*however*, www.bmwgs.com does work, and the reverse lookup to orcus.smugmug.com via 63.81.134.20 works fine. The bmwgs mirror is hosted on orcus.smugmug.com, whereas advrider is hosted on pluto.smugmug.com.

One caveat, however....there's a redirect from at least high levels of www.bmwgs.com urls over to advrider.com, so direct url's must be used, at least to get to the forums.
http://www.bmwgs.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=29 will get you to the west forum via orcas/.20.


Could mess with the host file, also, and insert an entry that redirects advrider.com urls to the .20 address.

/geek

LOL!!!! I was wondering when you'd show up on this thread!



I stay on the conservative side with this stuff for work-related stuff because there has been a huge rash of people getting reprimandend at work for "security compromise" be careful all... Paranoid workplaces and all that... Like the internet is ever "secure"



It doesn't work on some proxy configs though. Or if it does you may be caching your account info on that server and anyone else that goes to the forum may go straight into your account... Allowing host file editing is probably unlikely at work too.

sometimes (although clunky) - I use a secure remote desktop connection to do stuff on the desktop of another machine as well....


too much info eh?
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Old 07-21-2005, 10:29 PM   #26
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You know when you start talking secure and connection I start to think of this...... See so don't fuck with me or I'll shoot your ass
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Old 07-21-2005, 11:01 PM   #27
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You know when you start talking secure and connection I start to think of this...... See so don't fuck with me or I'll shoot your ass

Yeah, but the geeks are the ones that run all the "little red buttons"
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Old 07-22-2005, 07:29 AM   #28
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Yea my wife was up with the geeks last night because one of the venders pushed the wrong little red button and blamed it on them What a long night for her.
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Old 07-22-2005, 08:05 AM   #29
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Yea my wife was up with the geeks last night because one of the venders pushed the wrong little red button and blamed it on them What a long night for her.

ahh, the geekish life....


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Old 07-22-2005, 09:21 AM   #30
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You know when you start talking secure and connection I start to think of this...... See so don't fuck with me or I'll shoot your ass
My bad, I obviously didn't realize that there was a law against geeks owning firearms
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