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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

interested
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http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Does anybody know what is mit boot.ca server ???

It is out of reach.
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super_poussin
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Perhaps David shut it down 😞

Send him a PM, I'm sure he will answer
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InTheShires
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Working for me, although a bit on the slow side perhaps?
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StephenB
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

It was down for a while due to an ISP problem, but is back on line now.
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dbott67
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

super-poussin wrote:
Perhaps David shut it down 😞

Send him a PM, I'm sure he will answer


Still here... as Stephen B noted, I had some major ISP problems. Everything should be running normally as of June 4th or so.
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kullyrai
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Gives a database error with the following at the moment:


Error establishing a database connection
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dbott67
Guide

Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Thanks... fixed now.

I was having this really strange networking issue last night where I couldn't access one of my remote servers from any of my ReadyNAS devices [destination network unreachable], however, all of my other devices could access it perfectly fine. After a couple hours of troubleshooting [disabling bonding, jumbo frames, rebooting, etc] I noticed that the ReadyNAS Remote service (specifically the LeafNetworks adpater) has a network ID & subnet mask of 5.169.x.y/255.0.0.0 that was conflicting with my remote server (which has an IP of 5.79.x.y).

Anyhow, I've disabled the LeafNetworks adapter, restarted mysqld and everything is now working properly.
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StephenB
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

dbott67 wrote:
Thanks... fixed now.

I was having this really strange networking issue last night where I couldn't access one of my remote servers from any of my ReadyNAS devices [destination network unreachable], however, all of my other devices could access it perfectly fine. After a couple hours of troubleshooting [disabling bonding, jumbo frames, rebooting, etc] I noticed that the ReadyNAS Remote service (specifically the LeafNetworks adpater) has a network ID & subnet mask of 5.169.x.y/255.0.0.0 that was conflicting with my remote server (which has an IP of 5.79.x.y).

Anyhow, I've disabled the LeafNetworks adapter, restarted mysqld and everything is now working properly.
Your remote server was assigned a real [public] 5.x.x.x address?

I've posted on this before, the LeafNetworks adapter shouldn't be using these addresses. Netgear has had 3 years to avoid a foreseeable problem [5.x.x.x. were assigned by IANA in 2010, before that they were reserved for "experimental" use).
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dbott67
Guide

Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

Yes. I believe it's hosted by Leaseweb.com.
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StephenB
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Re: http://home.bott.ca/webserver/

That makes sense, as the 5.x.x.x addresses went to RIPE, which handles IPv4 addresses for Europe, the Middle East, and part of Asia.
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