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'''Node name:''' Pittock Block[[BR]]
'''Node Info:''' NodeId:627 [[BR]]
'''Live Date:''' April 18, 2002 [[BR]]
'''Sponsor:''' [http://www.saw.net Saw.net] [[BR]]
'''Contact:''' [mailto:ops@lists.spack.org?subject=Node155 Ops]
'''Node name:''' Pittock Block<<BR>>
'''Node Info:''' NodeId:627 <<BR>>
'''Live Date:''' April 18, 2002 <<BR>>
'''Sponsor:''' [[http://www.saw.net|Saw.net]] <<BR>>
'''Contact:''' [[mailto:ops@lists.spack.org?subject=Node155|Ops]]

Node name: Pittock Block
Node Info: NodeId:627
Live Date: April 18, 2002
Sponsor: Saw.net
Contact: Ops

Software Installed

Network Topology

  • External CloneArmy box IP: 192.168.1.3

  • External network: 192.168.1.0/24
  • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
  • DNS: 192.168.1.1

The gateway is a Linksys router that does its own NATing. Its unknown if the DSL modem is also doing its own NATing. From the wireless side you can web browse to 192.168.1.1 and you'll get an HTTP password request from the linksys router. We need to add a port 2222 forwarding rule to allow ssh from the outside.We may also need to add the same rule to the DSL modem if its in PPP mode. -- DonPark

  • Outside IP Address on 19 Aug 2002 64.146.133.37
  • Wireless CloneArmy box IP: 10.11.14.1

  • Wireless Network: 10.11.14.0/24
  • DHCP Pool: 10.11.14.5-100

Notes

  • There is a second WAP11 behind the counter. It would be nice to set it up above the entryway.


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