[Rack] internet down

Jonathan Lassoff jof at thejof.com
Thu Nov 21 08:48:31 UTC 2013


Yeah, this is getting annoying, I'd imagine.

The Monkeybrains and NAT is nice just because it's high bandwidth and
rarely congested. Setting that gear right into the Sonic.net VLAN
could get you access with a static external address and no additional
NAT f#*kery, however that circuit congests way more easily.
How does this UDP application deal with loss?

On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 10:18 PM, Jordan Hayes <jmhayes at j-o-r-d-a-n.com> wrote:
> Adam Fritzler writes:
>
>> It should all be connected again.
>
>
> Confirmed.  But: the default route changed, so I need the NAT rule changed
> again.
>
> But: it's no longer using Sonic?
>
> It used to be that 172.30.0.2 was 199.188.193.111 on the public side; now
> it's 75.101.62.88?
>
> Does anyone know what's gong on with that, and can they NAT port-forward
> UDP/9742 to 172.30.0.53 ...?
>
> Is there any way I can just set my default route to something that doesn't
> change every few weeks, or something that, when it does change, is flexible
> enough to just do the right fscking thing?
>
> Thanks!
>
> /jordan
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