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Oct
27
comment ssh connection being assigned wrong IP address
If I run it only connected from my OSX box (which shows as .11 in netstat and aliased in secure.log as .17: :11) it captures nothing. Perhaps the issue is with netstat itself. who shows correct info, as does the login message (last login from..). Netstat is incorrect and I'm not sure what the .17: :11 is in secure.log
Oct
27
comment ssh connection being assigned wrong IP address
The problem seems to be that centOS box is doing something that is aliasing .17 to .11 I'm connecting from .17 which shows up in netstat as .11 and in secure log as .17: 11: If I do as you suggest, I won't be able to connect anymore.
Oct
27
comment ssh connection being assigned wrong IP address
Yeah, it's strange. I'm running OSX on this machine (192.168.1.17) and using terminal to ssh into the centOS box. That is the only access I have to it; it is a datacenter. netstat -antp reveals 6208/1 in the extra column (whatever that means).
Oct
27
comment ssh connection being assigned wrong IP address
I've updated my question. Secure log pointed me in the right direction, thanks.
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Aug
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comment QoS switch messing with local http traffic?
10-4, thanks. Maybe next time I'm in the datacenter, I'll hook up the other cable again just to see what the lights do.
Aug
8
comment QoS switch messing with local http traffic?
Wouldn't I have seen an issue with the link in the capture if it was the link being lost? I didn't--I scrolled fully through several captures from start to end--but wasn't specifically looking for one. And can't say for sure I'd know one if I saw one. Though wireshark has great highlighting, I don't know how much/if a link down would show. If I had to guess, which I do, I'd guess I'd see a bunch of re-connections. I didn't--but again wasn't looking for them specifically.
Aug
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comment QoS switch messing with local http traffic?
I don't know the specifics of how, but that's what was happening--the connection would come up, then the delay (~20sec in above capture) was the stall waiting for the db machine. If I had to guess, which it so happens I do, I'd say the traffic was only utilizing part of the available cable--fragmenting everything, then once all the data was there (~20 seconds), it displayed the page.
Aug
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Aug
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comment QoS switch messing with local http traffic?
I think I found the culprit. I didn't use a crossover cable to connect to the db machine, but instead used a regular cable. I will try with the right cable as soon as I can get in the DC.
Aug
3
comment QoS switch messing with local http traffic?
Well we have several machines behind that switch. a PDC and BDC one of which is also fileserv and dns, all those work fine (RDP, DNS, FILES, telnet, etc). Thanks.
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