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Author Topic:   Woe is the master server
KONG
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posted February 23, 2003 11:13 PM            
I cant see any servers on the master? I definately cannot connect to the LDA server. Kinda just hang in mid air.

Well I have a stock server running at:

69.3.142.97:12301

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Blue n Gold Sue
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posted February 23, 2003 11:38 PM            
Since servers aren't showing, let's keep a list of IP's here:
DMF Anarchy is: 63.206.195.35:12300

Had to reset the DSL modem, which reassigned IP address last night.

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Scrap Metal
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posted February 23, 2003 11:40 PM            
once it's completed, who will be the official "bumper" of the list so that it dosnt get lost?

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corpse
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posted February 23, 2003 11:46 PM            
i think srcap
should keep the list.
that way he can't get lost
or say he DON'T know the IPs

LOL

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666
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posted February 23, 2003 11:48 PM            
Hallsted I Am Server 12.246.49.68:12300

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KONG
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posted February 24, 2003 12:19 AM            
Hey Sue, isn't that an internal IP?

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BamZipPow
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posted February 24, 2003 02:12 AM            
snicker...

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=DNX= Matrix
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posted February 24, 2003 07:55 AM            
Why not just goto Boomstick Joes... LDA isnt the only place that keeps track of server IP's

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synack
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posted February 24, 2003 10:47 AM         
Jim hopes this will be corrected by the end of this week once they get their circuit upgraded.


Still ... not a bad idea to keep an updated list available via the BBS. My own list has become outdated I'm sure.

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Blue n Gold Sue
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posted February 24, 2003 10:54 AM            

Stop snickering

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BamZipPow
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posted February 24, 2003 04:07 PM            
Sue, who makes yer router? It should have 2 IPs, one internal and one external. The internal one will be the 192.168.0.1 and that's the one that will allow yer other comps to communicate through the router to the internet. The external one is the one that connects to yer DSL service. It's most likely a dynamic IP and should be the IP (63.205.245.121:12300) listed on Boomstick Joe's.

snicker...

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KONG
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posted February 26, 2003 09:40 PM            
bmp

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VorDesigns
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posted February 27, 2003 01:48 AM            
Dinochrome 216.135.229.139:12300
Acting funny tonight, I can't get to it direct, I reupped the server, but no connection.
Oh, and is it just me, or does anyone else bother to change their internal network to something other than 192.168.x.x?

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KiLlEr
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posted February 27, 2003 07:35 AM            
You really shouldn't, as 192.168.x.x is understood to be an IP class that is used by local networks and will never be assigned as a 'real' IP adddress. If you accedentally run a DNS server, any 192.168.x.x addresses will be ignored by other DNS servers downstream of yours. If you use a different IP address, you will end up confusing the heck out of the downstream DNS servers, and quite possible every DNS server in the world if the problem isn't addressed in time.

If you somehow manage to pick an IP address which is used by another machine, you may actually cause the other machine to fail to boot up (duplicate IP address error). If it close enough to you that is. 192.168.x.x addresses donot propagate beyond the limits of your bridge, router, or gateway.

Unless you have been authorized to use an IP address other than 192.168.x.x, don't use it.

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mELON cRACKER
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posted February 27, 2003 06:37 PM            
Well actually you can use 10.x.x.x and 172.16.x.x through 172.31.x.x.
But for the most part, Killer is right.
And to answer Vortex's question, I do. I generally increment the third octet on each network I set up, for example, 192.168.50.x.
[BWL]mELONcRACKER

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KiLlEr
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posted February 28, 2003 12:31 PM            
oopsies! I forgot about those! LOL

Thx 4 pointing that out.

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