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Old 2016-02-19, 09:54   #430
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It seems the NPLB server fell off the interweb about 13 hours ago.
Since it is not back up yet, I conclude that Gary is away.

ed - DR server is at "2016-02-14 02:06:17" but I will be taking it off line for a couple of hours while a very large lightning storm passes through
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This one will be welcome, however, as we have been waiting several weeks for a storm to break the heat and humidity.
(re the scale - yes that's a storm around 1,000 km long. We don't do things by half up here in Australia :P )

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Old 2016-02-19, 18:21   #431
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This one will be welcome, however, as we have been waiting several weeks for a storm to break the heat and humidity.
(re the scale - yes that's a storm around 1,000 km long. We don't do things by half up here in Australia :P )
I've seen storm systems stretch from Minnesota to Texas (1,500+ km) before, though they are rather less common than smaller systems of course. Is this storm a typical storm for your region?
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Old 2016-02-19, 19:03   #432
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from Minnesota to Texas (1,500+ km) before
depending on what parts of those states you are talking about try 1500+ miles(2500+ km) potentially.edit: or as small as just 500+ miles (838+ km)

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Old 2016-02-19, 23:45   #433
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Fairly typical, yes. A welcome long period of heavy rain over night. This one moved slower than most, thankfully.

I brought DR server back up 5 hours ago.
Unfortunately the NPLB server still appears to be off line.

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Old 2016-02-20, 09:17   #434
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This is not good. I will be out of town for as much as 10 more days. I'll see if I can have a friend take a look at it in the next couple of days.
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Old 2016-02-28, 16:05   #435
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I tried archive.org to visit the site.
They have a snapshot from 11th february 2016 from the mainpage.
Just search the URL you need maybe the can provide the information for you.
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Old 2016-02-28, 20:01   #436
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Thanks Rincewind.
I don't think any data will be lost.
We have nightly backups and our DR server is up to date as at 2016-02-14 02:06:17
I'm sure it is just a matter of time for Gary to reboot his network.
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Old 2016-03-04, 20:11   #437
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I just had Time Warner out. They replaced the modem but were unable to fix the issue. The problem is I have internet on my main Windows machine but none of my Linux machines will connect. So from their perspective it is not a Time Warner internet issue. To say that I am disgusted is an understatement. I have an older router but that is not the issue because I have tried bypassing the router directly through the new modem that they gave me.

Help! I am at a total loss now.
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Old 2016-03-04, 21:54   #438
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I just had Time Warner out. They replaced the modem but were unable to fix the issue. The problem is I have internet on my main Windows machine but none of my Linux machines will connect. So from their perspective it is not a Time Warner internet issue. To say that I am disgusted is an understatement. I have an older router but that is not the issue because I have tried bypassing the router directly through the new modem that they gave me.

Help! I am at a total loss now.
Can your linux boxes connect to the router? Once connected can they ping your Windows box and vice versa?
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The router could have a change in the IP address. Iam using a dyndns to get the VM connected to the internet. Maybe you need to check also if the linux box is whitelisted in the routers firewall (also check the firmware update), I have also no control over my fritzbox with firmware updates, if the provider want to update they will do it with no asking.
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Old 2016-03-04, 23:14   #440
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Just to let everyone know: There will be no loss of data. Everything is intact on both my laptop and my Linux server machine, which are backed up fairly regularly. This is only an internet connectivity issue.

Setup:
Arris Time-Warner modem. Only my older Belkin router is plugged into it. Everything else is plugged into the router.

Here is what works:
My Windows7 desktop machine that I am typing from now.

Here is what does not work:
My IPhone will not connect.
My wireless laptop will not connect.
My wired Linux server machine will not connect.
My wired five Linux crunching boxes will not connect.

Here is what I have tried:
1. Plugging everything directly into the modem. It makes no difference. This tells me that it is not the router because my desktop machine works fine when plugged into the router.
2. Disconnecting all of the crunching boxes and connecting only the (important) Linux server machine.

This setup and router have worked for years. About two weeks ago, this issue happened. I have requested that Time Warner come back out. They will come back out on Monday afternoon.

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