jonwrose at verizon.net
Tue Feb 28 21:35:14 EST 2012
I am not. I have no need to at this time.
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Jay Hart <jhart at kevla.org> wrote:
Are you running a web facing server?
> When they installed I had them run cat 6 into the house. They installed their
> router in front. Once they left, I called them and had them release the ip so
> I can re-register my firewall in front. Never had another problem that wasn't
> of my own doing. I also don't use their name servers. I am using one of the
> open dns servers... their servers were very slow to answer.
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> Jay Hart <jhart at kevla.org> wrote:
> VERY INTERESTING. How do you have your router wired to their outside box,
> coax or did you change to ethernet? I need details. I don't have cable
> service, nor am I likely to get it so the FIOS router to me is a piece of gear
> I want to rid myself of. Last year at one point it was rebooting about every
> 15 minutes...
>> Interesting. I've never had to reboot my fios router since I've had fios
>> installed. Then again, I'm not really using it for much. it's only purpose
>> for the set top boxes to do there thing. I have the router sitting behind my
>> firewall, so all internet goes through my firewall. Never had a problem,
>> except when I do something stupid on the firewall, thankfully, that doesn't
>> happen too often.
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>> Jay Hart <jhart at kevla.org> wrote:
>> Well, it seems that my domain dropped off the face of the planet this
>> No internet connectivity on any of my machines, and hence email was dead as
>> well. Wife stated that the Verizon FIOS router was operating "normally". So,
>> I assumed my server was having issues, and once I got home this evening
>> started looking into the problem.
>> Looked through the log files, but everything looked ok. However, couldn't
>> ping anything outside the FIOS router.
>> So, I rebooted the FIOS router, and that gave me internet connectivity back.
>> could send emails, but was unable still to receive emails or visit my
>> from my smartphone (still dead to the world).
>> Again, very carefully reviewed all services and logs on the server, and
>> rebooted it and looked at all logs as it finished starting services, and
>> everything looked fine.
>> Something told me "LOG INTO THE STUPID FIOS ROUTER AND CHECK IT", so I did.
>> Port forwarding looked like it still had the correct settings. Eventually
>> made my way to the "Advanced" tab and looked at the 'Dynamic DNS' section.
>> and behold it is reporting DYNDNS as in "error" condition. Went to update it
>> and the dang router picked that exact moment to reboot. Once it came back up
>> I updated the username/pwd for dyndns again and within 10 minutes I had
>> service restored to my domain.
>> I had power issues last night, lost an entire leg and Dominion dug a 2x2x3
>> foot hole in my yard to fix. I turned everything off, and everything came
>> back up fine and I had connectivity at 0715 this morning. Not sure what
>> happened after that.
>> Lesson learned: Dominion has great service, and Verizon equipment still
>>> Guess the test worked, depending on what it was trying to do.
>>> On 2/28/12, Jay Hart <jhart at kevla.org> wrote:
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