[Noisebridge-discuss] No Internet
c1 at caseyc.net
Wed Nov 20 17:52:58 UTC 2013
I found another mistake last night, while fixing the last of the bugs:
someone had gotten the 20' ladder and unplugged AP-West. Then they
plugged it back in, but in the "OUT" port - the one that doesn't take POE.
If you see someone hacking our internet infrastructure, it is excellent
to ask them what they are doing. It is not excellent to re-cable things
at random. I was really hoping to get some vinyl cutting done yesterday.
On 11/19/13, 9:25 PM, Casey Callendrello wrote:
> I rebooted the switch (twice) and it jumped in to action. Weird.
> In the mean time, someone managed to cable quite a few mistakes in to
> the infrastructure:
> * The sonic uplink was on the wrong port, thus breaking the internet
> * There was a cable plugged from port 0 in to port 10, making things crappy.
> This is weird. The full cabling layout is documented in 3 places:
> * Labeled on the switch, for critical ports
> * Labeled on the wiki 
> * Labeled in the switch configuration
> Please read these configurations before you change the cabling.
> 1: https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Resources/Network#Switch_Ports
> On 11/19/13, 9:30 AM, Casey Callendrello wrote:
>> It sounds like the main switch (the Juniper) has taken a nap. I'm
>> going to come by the space this evening and try and wake it. If you're
>> clever / handy, you could try to get a serial console on it and fix
>> whatever is wrong.
>> On 11/18/13 10:19 PM, N wrote:
>>> Tonight the Internet was down.
>>> It's been all but unusable for a few weeks (or more).
>>> Does anyone know why or how to fix it?
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