[lug] cisco678 - PPP - /29
techzone at greeleynet.com
Mon Nov 4 20:39:04 MST 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "j davis" <davis_compz at hotmail.com>
To: <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
Sent: Monday, November 04, 2002 7:24 PM
Subject: Re: [lug] cisco678 - PPP - /29
> >This looks okay, however, I'm using a different CBOS version and get
> >different info displayed. I was seeing something odd a few minutes ago
> >while running Matt's traceroute to your 210 and 212 public IPs, but I
> >suspect you were rebooting. I have seen odd routing when the ISP
> >inadvertently assigned the SAME subnet to two users. We could do some
> >things, but not all things. Your userID is crl? If not, there could be
> >problem. CNSP seems large enough to have the inadvertant routing
> >A quick ARIN check was inconclusive other than the assigned IPs were in a
> >range allocated to CNSP. This is just something to double check if other
> >ideas don't work out. It can absorb a lot of time.
> Frank....you kick ass. My isp had assigned the subnet twice :)
> Then tried to assighn me this...188.8.131.52-153 /29 . WTF?!
> lol...but they were really nice and never said Linux was breaking stuff
> so ther ok in my book! Thanks again for your help!
> jd at taproot.bz
> "Who you trying to get crazy with essay?
> Don't you know I'm loco?"
Holy cow! If I hadn't seen it before, I'd have never thought of it
originally. The weird part is that is kinda sorta works but the packets get
whacked pretty badly;^) The only bad part is how much time it sucks out of
a day or two.
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