[isf-wifidog] [Fwd: SPECIFIC WEBSITES]
mlenczner at gmail.com
Ven 15 Avr 11:00:09 EDT 2005
i can go today. want to butcher?
is 2pm better? or 430?
On 4/14/05, Philippe April <isf_lists at philippeapril.com> wrote:
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> On 14-Apr-05, at 9:07 PM, Mina Naguib wrote:
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> > Philippe April wrote:
> >> Mike went to Supreme, and had issues.
> > Sorry if I sound rude but that was a golden missed opportunity.
> I'd like to point out that I tried to uninstall screen (which was
> taking too much space) to install tcpdump on the router to find out
> what was happening, and the router kept doing the jffs2_ thing process
> forever and ever, so I couldn't install it and mike had to go.
> But seriously, Just go to cafe supreme and you WILL have the problem.
> If you feel like debugging and if you feel like it :)
> Shutdown wifidog, works.
> Start it, can't log in to MSN and go to some sites.
> Shutdown wifidog, Mike gets online on MSN.
> Start it, heh.
> You get the point. So it's something with WiFiDog, it's something at
> Supreme and other places.. they don't have the same ISPs (petite gaule
> supposedly does that too), the only thing they share is that they have
> a DSL connection straight in the router, but we have that setup at some
> other places too (perhaps it happens there too, who knows).
> Very strange issue. Mike tried resolving DNS entries while he was there
> and everything was working perfectly and he was getting the right
> It's good, at least we confirmed it's wifidog (sucks, but hey).
> > I'm starting to have a hunch that our so-dubbed "DNS issue" is not DNS
> > related at all. We dubbed it that way because users complained they
> > got
> > nowhere, but I'm starting to think it's a routing issue and wifidog may
> > be the culprit. We may also be dealing with multiple, similar problems
> > (the random web sites inaccessible thing for example may not be
> > wifidog's fault).
> > Anyways... Please jot down my cell # 514-582-0371. If anyone runs into
> > this problem live please call me, I'd be happy to butcher you with
> > tests
> > to nail this one down.
> Philippe April
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