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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
When attempting via IP, my browser is redirected to the domain - which doesn't work. The only thing I have been able to do is VPN... actual I set up SSH forwarding and proxy when Im desperate enough.
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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
"I started a trouble ticket back in May 2009 and updated it through out the summer. I can not get the university support to touch it." Even if I wanted to us external DNS, the problem is something else - I can not load *.uwyo.edu
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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
check this out, -p 53 is open for the local dns but filtered when using google: tom@sue:~$ sudo nmap -p 53 10.35.60.8 Starting Nmap 5.00 ( nmap.org ) at 2011-01-09 21:41 MST Interesting ports on 10.35.60.8: PORT STATE SERVICE 53/tcp open domain Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 0.41 seconds tom@sue:~$ sudo nmap -p 53 8.8.8.8 Starting Nmap 5.00 ( nmap.org ) at 2011-01-09 21:41 MST Interesting ports on google-public-dns-a.google.com (8.8.8.8): PORT STATE SERVICE 53/tcp filtered domain Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 4.89 seconds
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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
Thanks again. "change the nameservers (to google [sic]) and now when i run host -a uwyo.edu i get "connection timed out; no servers could be reached" in the past I had also tired OpenDNS. I was actually thinking that trying non-UW NS is what started the mess, but since then, I have flashed the router.
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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
hold on now... thats a private block. if i use the public IP of 129.72.61.21 i can access the website. So, im thinking UW runs a split horizon DNS and blocks out going on port 53 to force the use of their DNS. Could this explain it? What are other explanations?
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comment DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
Hi ring0, Here is dig and host (thanks for mentioning the tools): pastebin.mozilla.org/918599 As you can see host resolves an IP. I also ran nmap -p 80 on 172.26.4.49 and the port is open, but if I run it on uwyo.edu i get "failed to resolve hostname". When I put the IP address in to my browser, i get "uwyo.edu can not be found". change the nameservers and now when i run host -a uwyo.edu i get "connection timed out; no servers could be reached"
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asked DNS Troubleshoot. Campus domain does not resolve when using campus network
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comment simultaneously share /dev/videoX with multiple applications?
V4L2VD does not support audio. This might not be a show stopper, will just need my streamer app to be able to select a separate audio device and for that audio device to be available to both Kopete and the streamer.
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comment simultaneously share /dev/videoX with multiple applications?
thanks for the lead, I was originally looking at v4l2vd but then thought a single device wasnt the problem... just the access control which brought me to udev. If v4l2vd can be a single reader with multiple virtual devices, ill look back to it for a solution... BUT it is not so straightforward to me. Can you give me a bit more direction?
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answered TTY On External Monitor