[Rack] [Noisebridge-discuss] Thanks for hosting, kitchen warnings, and questions
longobord at gmail.com
Sun Apr 4 14:11:09 PDT 2010
I have regularly not been getting functional DNS responses from the server
given with the DHCP lease. I can usually work around this by pointing to
Google DNS in addition to the server given by the lease, but it's a one-off
fix. Do we know that DNS is working consistently for us?
"We also briefly discussed having officers replaced by very small shell
scripts." -- Noisebridge meeting notes 2008-06-17
The outer bounds is only the beginning.
On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 1:41 PM, Josh Berkus <josh at agliodbs.com> wrote:
> > I'm having trouble parsing your last question? Regular access? Both
> > SSIDs noisebridge and noisebridge-a will toss you onto the general
> > internal network with a DHCP lease containing our general internet
> > gateway and DNS server. The gateway is NATed. At the moment we don't
> > have any formal way of handing out public IP address over the local
> > network for all to use.
> It's the same question. Unfortunately, I couldn't spend a lot of time
> with that volunteer, so I don't know the specifics of their VPN issues.
> If they show up for another event at NB, we can do more serious
> troubleshooting. The other user with a VPN was on CISCO, so it might
> easily have been Cisco issues. It's just given the three issues, I
> assumed that there was some peculiarily to the NB network, and the
> people I asked on-site said there might be.
> The NAT/DCHP setup should have worked with the VPN, I have no idea why
> it didn't.
> -- Josh Berkus
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