[Rack] mchawking ip address broken
liz at bookmaniac.org
Tue Dec 20 14:28:06 PST 2011
When I empty the donation box and deposit the money I record it on the
donation box wiki page:
I hope we don't have donation bin thieves but if we do, well, best to
know who they are. Thanks Jake.
On 12/20/11 2:09 PM, Jake wrote:
> I really want to get the public IP back up for mchawking, i was trying to
> use it to catch money thieves at noisebridge (its camera is pointed
> straight at the moneybox) but I have been unable to do so. The only time
> i have to work on it is when i'm not at the space. We can only wonder
> whether the money box was emptied by a member putting it into the bank, or
> a couchsurfing occupy oogle looking for a fix.
> What is so broken about the routing? Can we switch back to the old router
> until the new one gets figured out? Is there something I can do in the
> server room to physically route it back to its old IP address?
> somebody help!
> On Tue, 13 Dec 2011, Ben Kochie wrote:
>> So the forwarding IPs are broken right now, Of course it turns out that doing
>> the forwarding on bikeshed (the new router) is problematic due to the
>> monkeybrainz taking over the default gateway with DHCP.
>> I have 2 solutions to this, but I haven't had time (or squeaky wheel
>> motivation) to fix it. I'll see what I can get done today.
>> On Tue, 13 Dec 2011, Jake wrote:
>>> someone pointed out that shit may be broken with the robot's external IP
>>> address depending on how it had been set up..
>>> well it is broken. It's supposed to be connected to 220.127.116.11 but it's
>>> not working anymore. It works locally at noisebridge at 172.30.0.50 but
>>> from the outside world i get
>>> [jake at pe2950 ~/pix/11-12]$ ssh mchawking at 18.104.22.168
>>> ssh: connect to host 22.214.171.124 port 22: Operation timed out
>>> [jake at pe2950 ~/pix/11-12]$
>>> any ideas? or do you just have to set it up again in the new system?
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