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  1. Thread: Any Hams on AO?

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    One more comment. For now ;) When you look...

    One more comment. For now ;)

    When you look around in the forums at eham.net and the like, do not let the negative attitude by some of the posters discourage you. I suppose it's just like any...
  2. Thread: Any Hams on AO?

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    Not only will they help you get a license they'll...

    Not only will they help you get a license they'll probably help you spend your well earned money on equipment too! :)

    Every group has it's grouches and bad apples but Hams are a great bunch of...
  3. Thread: Any Hams on AO?

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    Help getting a HAM license

    Go to http://www.arrl.org you will find some study guides that you can buy there. You can also find Ham radio clubs local to your area. Go to a meeting, introduce yourself and ask for help. Local...
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    fdisk?

    Have you run fisk on the hard drive to see if it is partitioned correctly? It sounds like the hard drive has a very small active partition on it.

    Stuart
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    I agree with morgan. If it is your site/domain...

    I agree with morgan. If it is your site/domain then it is easy to change Domain records to point to new name servers and a new host. You won't be doing anything even remotely questionable or...
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    What I had to do here to "fix" this on Windows...

    What I had to do here to "fix" this on Windows 2000 systems that are never turned off was open the clock from the system tray. Click on "time zone". Click on OK. Then I had to do it again. When I...
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    I'm suprised that nobody has mentioned the...

    I'm suprised that nobody has mentioned the software firewall in XP. The XP firewall, Zonealarm or Black Ice and other software firewalls will prevent connections from other machines on the network.
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    As far as I am concerned a 20gB drive holds 20gB...

    As far as I am concerned a 20gB drive holds 20gB of data. Some of that data is invisible to the user as it is actually formatting data the OS uses. A certain amount of drive capacity has always...
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    Things to check: Boot devices in BIOS. I had...

    Things to check:

    Boot devices in BIOS. I had a system do this to me and I found someone had disabled the hard drive as a boot device. Actually, they enabled HDD-1 as the boot device. I found...
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    This is digging way back in the dusty recesses of...

    This is digging way back in the dusty recesses of my memory with a few cobwebs thrown in for good measure. Telnet is obviously an Internet application. Telenet was, if memory serves, a BBS and/or...
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    We got hit by this on six of our machines last...

    We got hit by this on six of our machines last Friday. The only thing they had in common is that they were all upgraded from NT4.0 to 2000. It uses the Windows Messenger Service not MSN Messenger. ...
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    Just another "Old Fart" checking in. I started...

    Just another "Old Fart" checking in. I started out on an IBM 360 running Fortran, Cobol and RPG. Programs were coded on punch cards. Then the Community College acquired a DG Nova 1200 running...
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    This is probably a legitimate web site but I just...

    This is probably a legitimate web site but I just can't make myself put my card number into this site to see if it is known. I just seems like a credit card security risk in it's own right. Think...
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    You can do this with Norton Ghost. You need to...

    You can do this with Norton Ghost. You need to make a Boot Floppy using a Norton Ghost utility. Put both hard drives in the system, one as a master, one as a slave. Note which one has the data you...
  15. While still funny this joke is older than html...

    While still funny this joke is older than html and the web. I remember seeing it long before the Internet became what is it today (DARPA net). It was likely never posted on the McDonnell Douglas...
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    My first computer was based on an Intel SBC 80/30...

    My first computer was based on an Intel SBC 80/30 running an 8085 at 6.144mHz with 4k rom and 16k ram on board. It had an additional 32k of RAM on an option board along with a ROM based...
  17. Thread: Wow. Just wow.

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    soulman, You almost got it right! It should...

    soulman,

    You almost got it right!

    It should be:

    Well, thats why you never higher an Engineer from Canada, eh. :D

    Stuart
  18. Thread: Spoofed IPs

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    I'm just tired of whoever is doing this filling a...

    I'm just tired of whoever is doing this filling a lot of space in my logs, wasting my time and taking up bandwidth.

    Stuart
  19. Thread: Spoofed IPs

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    I would like to believe it's not an attack except...

    I would like to believe it's not an attack except it's happening to about six servers and the requests are malformed. It's sending things like three or four character URLs IE: sftm or cme without...
  20. Thread: Spoofed IPs

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    Cheeseball, It appears to be a TCP attack as...

    Cheeseball,

    It appears to be a TCP attack as it's only poking at port 80.

    According to ARIN the IP block is owned by Verio.net, a reverse lookup says it's probably been reassigned to...
  21. Thread: Spoofed IPs

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    Spoofed IPs

    This has probably been covered in the past but I don't remember seeing it.

    It appears that my Windows 2000 servers are getting attacked by someone with a spoofed IP.

    Clues:

    Firewall is...
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    You could try to get your upstream provider to...

    You could try to get your upstream provider to change their reverse lookup tables to something that doesn't name them, possibly www.adultwebsitehere.net. Some will, some won't. It really wouldn't...
  23. Having been a Sys Admin myself for the last 7...

    Having been a Sys Admin myself for the last 7 years I will say now what I say each time I hear this. When the USPS pays for the infrastructure to deliver e-mail then I will pay to send it. They...
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    Louie, You can run Win2k server in a...

    Louie,

    You can run Win2k server in a workgroup, if you can't then I wonder what my 20 servers are up to?

    You did mention AD (active directory) now that opens up another can of worms. We...
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    You don't need a domain controller to access a...

    You don't need a domain controller to access a Win2k server or workstation from a workgroup. All you have to do is manage users on the stand alone server or workstation just like you would on a...
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