kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Fri Sep 28 10:41:40 EST 2001
At 9:53 AM +1000 28/9/2001, andrew at bishop.dropbear.id.au wrote:
>On Fri, 28 Sep 2001, Kim Holburn wrote:
>> One of the techs told me it would be in the reserved ip space
>> 10.x.x.x so I tried firing of a few (thousand;-) pings but got no
>> response. If anyone wants to try grabbing a 10.x.x.x ip number
>> sometime and see if we can exchange ICMP packets;-)
>As I said, I've tried sniffing the network, and there is no traffic on it
>except that related to my PPPoE link.
If it's a decent switching fabric that's what I'd expect, well
perhaps a little broadcast "Ethernet" traffic. How does "Ethernet"
scale with that many hosts. Does anything answer a dhcp call?
>Doesn't matter how my end is
>configured - if I can't talk to anyone but the router, and nobody but the
>router can talk to me, and the router only wants to talk PPPoE.... we can
>either go through our respective ISPs (and pay for the privilege), or wait
>for transact to set up something else for us to connect to.
>If you want to try anyway, I've set the IP on my external interface to
>10.29.38.47 (netmask 255.0.0.0). Go nuts trying to reach it.
I'll try and get time this evening but it might have to be next week.
I'll try on 10.10.11.11 and then perhaps 10.29.38.2
>> He also told me they were going to use macrovision to stop anyone
>> recording video. Good move:-(
>Well, last time I tried, there was no macrovision crap. An "evil pirate
>hacker" could tape VOD movies! If they had any worth watching, that might
>I hear one can buy de-macrovising boxes for $notmuch. Personally, I have
>a tv tuner card and a large hard disk - if I ever feel the burning need to
>record something and find it's been macrovised, I can always fall back to
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