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    Dang, I wish I had that Internet connection :) ...

    Dang, I wish I had that Internet connection :)

    For a start, I'd be interested in seeing what your Negalyzr results are: http://netalyzr.icsi.berkeley.edu/

    I'm particularly interested in seeing...
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    My apologies, but I find it frustrating when all...

    My apologies, but I find it frustrating when all of the information isn't given in the first post. Had I known that you had moved the access points, then certainly I would have suggested moving them...
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    Hardware can go bad, you know. Pardon me...

    Hardware can go bad, you know.



    Pardon me for not reading your mind, and pardon me for assuming that you wouldn't try something as simple as moving the router before posting on an internet...
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    That port's standard with the vmware products....

    That port's standard with the vmware products. It's pretty safe, but I'd keep the software up-to-date and block that port from the Internet if possible.
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    Reboot the router and see if it goes back down to...

    Reboot the router and see if it goes back down to <1 ms. What brand/model router? Some of the cheapo routers out there (specifically consumer-grade ones) require a regular reboot.
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    By the sounds of it, it seems as if your wireless...

    By the sounds of it, it seems as if your wireless NIC is losing connection to the wireless router (or vice-versa). You'll want to isolate the cause of this. Your choices are:

    The wireless router...
  7. Thread: subnetting

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    It doesn't look like anything. The IP layer...

    It doesn't look like anything. The IP layer (where subnetting takes place) is independent of the physical layer. Typically though, each subnet is placed in a separate broadcast segment. This is...
  8. Thread: FS: Servers

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    FS: Servers

    I'm selling the following servers. Both are fully tested, have been kept in collocation environments, and work great. I am selling these to help raise revenue for my business.

    HP Proliant DL380 G3...
  9. Thread: Linux Based

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    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=centos+configure+static+i...

    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=centos+configure+static+ip
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    What type of data are you sending? From disks?

    What type of data are you sending? From disks?
  11. Thread: UDP broadcast

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadcast_address

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadcast_address
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    Like StoneCat said, DNS takes time to propagate....

    Like StoneCat said, DNS takes time to propagate. Once that's done, however, you will need to have your old hosting company remove your domain from their DNS records. Normally this doesn't matter, but...
  13. That does sound really strange -- A bad cable was...

    That does sound really strange -- A bad cable was my first guess but I see you already covered that. I'd say run through the standard scenario of scanning for spyware, virii, etc, and updating your...
  14. Hello, and welcome to the forums. I highly...

    Hello, and welcome to the forums. I highly recommend you read about TCP and how it ensures packets are delivered (I'll give you a hint, your computer will send packets back to the source with the ACK...
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    Mostly from my server here on a pub IP at...

    Mostly from my server here on a pub IP at Interbridge... I use bonded links so it might be something LACP-related. Now that I think about it, the few times I've noticed it have been immediately after...
  16. Look into all of the above and also: What temps...

    Look into all of the above and also: What temps are you running at? Could be heat related? ...
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    WTB: 36GB Raptor

    Title says it all...

    Looking for another 36GB Raptor to pair up with my other one. It needs a "mate" :-)

    If not...

    Anybody have 2x 74GB raptors? :D
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    FAH startup script for Linux

    I wrote an init-style startup script for Linux. It allows Folding@Home to automatically start in the background on boot and also allows you to easily start and stop the process.

    Tested on Ubuntu...
  19. Thread: Some advice?

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    My selective vision caused me to read:

    My selective vision caused me to read:
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    Pinging Google been flakey?

    I used to ping Google alot when trying to verify connectivity, but lately I have been noticing that in the first 10 packets sent I will experience alot of packet loss. After those first 10 though, I...
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    What you are referring to is probably the MSS, or...

    What you are referring to is probably the MSS, or Maximum Segment Size (Segments are different from packets). The MSS is generally MTU (Max Transmission Unit) minus the size of all of the headers...
  22. Thread: Need Help Plz

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    I'll start this off: No.

    I'll start this off: No.
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    Actually, port 25 is used for sending via SMTP...

    Actually, port 25 is used for sending via SMTP and 110 is receiving email via POP3.

    Also, you've made this increasingly difficult to try and diagnose by changing a bunch of your crap around when...
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    Can you please be more specific with "but I don't...

    Can you please be more specific with "but I don't seem to be able to connect to the internet or anything." ?

    For instance, when you're logged into your router, are you able to ping your ISP's...
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    What type of router is it? Most NAT devices (like...

    What type of router is it? Most NAT devices (like yours) don't handle BitTorrent traffic very well due to the large number of connections it has to track. Does it only do it when you're...
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    In my experience, bandwidth throttling doesn't...

    In my experience, bandwidth throttling doesn't help much with latency issues :-(
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    In my opinion, you should just hardwire it. There...

    In my opinion, you should just hardwire it. There are a few different disadvantages to using Wireless for low-latency applications (ie: gaming.)

    First, there's the fact that wifi operates at...
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    Try replacing the cable you're using. If that...

    Try replacing the cable you're using. If that doesn't fix it, then as StoneCat says, you have a faulty NIC or the Ethernet port on the cable modem is screwed up and they need to replace it for you.
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    Can you elaborate more? What type of routers are...

    Can you elaborate more? What type of routers are they? What do you hope to accomplish by connecting them? Depending on what you want, you probably just want to connect them as switches and not as NAT...
  30. Either I am reading your question wrong or you...

    Either I am reading your question wrong or you don't really understand the concept of a proxy server.

    A proxy server basically sits between you and the web servers you are accessing and they are...
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