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Message 761645 - Posted: 1 Jun 2008, 12:04:56 UTC - in response to Message 761598.  

The site in question can be reached by me here in Yorkshire England


Yep back up and running even in Lancashire! Many thanks all.

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Message 761648 - Posted: 1 Jun 2008, 12:30:38 UTC - in response to Message 761645.  

The site in question can be reached by me here in Yorkshire England


Yep back up and running even in Lancashire! Many thanks all.

RED LETTER DAY!! A Yorkshireman and a Lancastrian have agreed on something :))

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Message 761660 - Posted: 1 Jun 2008, 13:20:29 UTC - in response to Message 761648.  

RED LETTER DAY!! A Yorkshireman and a Lancastrian have agreed on something :))

Hey!

That war was over many years ago.

It's the French that are still fighting their 100s years war from long ago!...

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Message 761696 - Posted: 1 Jun 2008, 14:50:38 UTC
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Hi, i live in Italy and http://lunatics.kwsn.net/index.php doesn't work... now i'm asking to my friends if from their pc it work...

So far:
Friends who the site work: 1
" " don't work: 2
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Message 761704 - Posted: 1 Jun 2008, 15:42:55 UTC - in response to Message 761660.  

RED LETTER DAY!! A Yorkshireman and a Lancastrian have agreed on something :))

Hey!

That war was over many years ago.

It's the French that are still fighting their 100s years war from long ago!...

:-p

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Didn't know that(I knew about the 100 years war, My family left France before the 100 years war started and went to live in Ireland in the 12th Century, So We missed It. Although My mothers side of the family may have been a part of the war as they have English heraldry[Nobility] as a part of the family trees(Coan[phonetic: Kone] and Spafford).
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Message 761964 - Posted: 2 Jun 2008, 9:13:42 UTC - in response to Message 760578.  

[quoteNo problems, acessing it from Holland, some(parts)off Europe, France reported also problems.

Hard to figure out, what is going wrong? Can it be blocked, for some reason???[/quote]

As i said before i have problems and do live in holland (Amersfoort).
To make things even more confusing i only have the problem from my current work location (Amsterdam) not from home.

This has to do with routing and maybe it clarifies if you would know a bit more about how this is done.

1 you take an internetprovider so you can connect to the web.
2 the provider however wil not have any long distence lines and is buying bandwith from a local operator (like in holland KPN).
3 this local provider in turn contracts global providers for intercontinental links.
4 when the traffic has reached its destination it has been passed back to the local lower operators to be deliver to their client.

In schematic the routing to a webpage would go:

YOUR ISP ---> LOCAL OPERATOR ---> GLOBAL OPERATOR ---> LOCAL OPERATOR ---> SITE ISP

This means there are 5 companies involved (which can actualy be even more).
Somtimes the role of one off these is combined or provided bij some organisation.
I for instance am located at (when writing this) an educational organization (is ISP) connected to a national educational network (local operator).

A schematic of the failing route would be this:

YOUR ISP ---> LOCAL OPERATOR ---> GLOBAL OPERATOR --X-- LOCAL OPERATOR ---> SITE ISP

or

YOUR ISP ---> LOCAL OPERATOR ---> GLOBAL OPERATOR ---> LOCAL OPERATOR --X-- SITE ISP

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Message 762828 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:16:45 UTC

Looks like I'm now not getting through also, drat, I hope it's just maintenance or something and I haven't fallen off the broken web link too...
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Message 762830 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:21:56 UTC

Hi Jason,
too bad... maybe we should to copy the whole server anywhere to Europa, or Australia. I think the US-provider want money to go through...
my 2 cents to this problem

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Message 762833 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:30:47 UTC - in response to Message 762830.  

Hi Jason,
too bad... maybe we should to copy the whole server anywhere to Europa, or Australia. I think the US-provider want money to go through...
my 2 cents to this problem

heinz


Now i cann't access their site as well!

Normally i can reach their site from the BOINC Manager, since i'am a member off The Knight Who Say Ni .

Don't know what is the matter right now.

But . . . . Keep On Crunch1ng


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Message 762836 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:36:09 UTC

Well I start my Linux admin course in about six weeks, maybe I'll scrape together some basic server during/after that time. After some kiddie managed to get on my network last week I'm not comfortable I would have the time, skills or resources to secure a windows server so It may end up a Linux variant (or maybe FreeBSD) once I've developed those skills. I think traffic wouldn't be huge for that site, but if it becomes a problem with my ISP, then I'll consider a commercial plan to host some of my other work (mostly electronics, no web page yet).

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Message 762846 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:56:29 UTC - in response to Message 761648.  

The site in question can be reached by me here in Yorkshire England


Yep back up and running even in Lancashire! Many thanks all.

RED LETTER DAY!! A Yorkshireman and a Lancastrian have agreed on something :))

F.

WHO are you calling a Yorksireman I'm a Fifer born and bred
(definition of a Fifer a Yorksireman with the generosity squeezed out)
Old enough to know better(but)still young enough not to care
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Message 762849 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 15:59:31 UTC

I am also getting a page load error, so something is going on with the server.

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Message 762860 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 16:16:19 UTC - in response to Message 762846.  
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WHO are you calling a Yorksireman I'm a Fifer born and bred
(definition of a Fifer a Yorksireman with the generosity squeezed out)

My apologies. I made an unjustified assumption based on your declared location.
I should have looked more carefully at the name.

But I thought only a red rose would take the comment as such a slur ;) There again, tarnishing a Scot's reputation by association with and English county... Mea culpa.

F.

P.S. As a (lapsed) Lancastrian, I have to smile every time I see the first line of your sig :))
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Message 762866 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 16:21:51 UTC

Site is back up for me now.
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Message 762869 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 16:25:52 UTC - in response to Message 762860.  
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WHO are you calling a Yorksireman I'm a Fifer born and bred
(definition of a Fifer a Yorksireman with the generosity squeezed out)

My apologies. I made an unjustified assumption based on your declared location.
I should have looked more carefully at the name.

But I thought only a red rose would take the comment as such a slur ;) There again, tarnishing a Scot's reputation by association with and English county... Mea culpa.

F.

P.S. As a (lapsed) Lancastrian, I have to smile every time I see the first line of your sig :))

You're forgiven
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Message 762887 - Posted: 4 Jun 2008, 17:03:53 UTC


For around 3 hours or something I couldn't connect to lunatics.kwsn.net.. the first time for me..

Now everything okay again..

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Message 763039 - Posted: 5 Jun 2008, 4:07:08 UTC - in response to Message 762887.  

For around 3 hours or something I couldn't connect to lunatics.kwsn.net.. the first time for me..

Now everything okay again..

I wish it had come back for me, but not so far. The ISP I use most of the time had worked up until last night, since then the routing is diverted to the dead path. My "backup" ISP has been bad since the trouble started.

Ah, well, I'll use a proxy if the direct route doesn't recover. There are plenty available, it's just a matter of research to find something reasonably safe.
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Message 763489 - Posted: 6 Jun 2008, 9:19:18 UTC
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Found this interesting hotspot_VPN
maybe this works to go to lunatics.
get it a try....

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Message 763513 - Posted: 6 Jun 2008, 10:34:57 UTC

Not sure if this is significant, but when I clicked on the link http://lunatics.kwsn.net, the page did not load. But when I pinged the site:

Pinging lunatics.kwsn.net [206.132.254.42] with 32 bytes of data:

Reply from 206.132.254.42: bytes=32 time=235ms TTL=50
Reply from 206.132.254.42: bytes=32 time=234ms TTL=50
Reply from 206.132.254.42: bytes=32 time=233ms TTL=50
Reply from 206.132.254.42: bytes=32 time=252ms TTL=50

Ping statistics for 206.132.254.42:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds:
Minimum = 233ms, Maximum = 252ms, Average = 238ms

I then tried Opera web browser again and the page loaded immediately.

My ISP is currently T-Mobile 3G in Essex, England.

I can post a tracert result if it is useful.

Keith.
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Message 763516 - Posted: 6 Jun 2008, 10:39:45 UTC - in response to Message 762869.  

WHO are you calling a Yorksireman I'm a Fifer born and bred
(definition of a Fifer a Yorksireman with the generosity squeezed out)

My apologies. I made an unjustified assumption based on your declared location.
I should have looked more carefully at the name.

But I thought only a red rose would take the comment as such a slur ;) There again, tarnishing a Scot's reputation by association with and English county... Mea culpa.

F.

P.S. As a (lapsed) Lancastrian, I have to smile every time I see the first line of your sig :))

You're forgiven


And thanks to our Great Northern Weather the Roses match ended in one of the tamest draws ever.

(Apologies to the brethren unaware of Cricket, the greatest game God has given the world.)

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