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awarded  Teacher
Aug
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accepted Exchange 2003 missing default SMTP connector, but still routing through smarthost
Aug
17
comment Exchange 2003 missing default SMTP connector, but still routing through smarthost
Thanks for the excellent reply, Joe. I feel silly for having missed that one- I forgot that it's possible to set a smarthost per-server. The exact place I needed to look was Default SMTP Server properties>Delivery tab>Advanced to find the Smart host field. Thank you!
Aug
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
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asked Exchange 2003 missing default SMTP connector, but still routing through smarthost
Mar
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answered IIS 6 404 error calling on localhost
Dec
30
accepted IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Dec
30
comment IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Digger, I don't know how I missed this- there's an option under Setup>LAN called "Wireless local IP address" which was set to .2.
Dec
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awarded  Editor
Dec
21
revised IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
added arp table
Dec
20
comment IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Paul, you're right- wired clients see the same arp list as wireless. I had only checked the server itself, which has a normal-looking arp table. It's all the other computers on the network getting this weird behavior.
Dec
20
comment IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Tim, I'm using the RVS's config backup feature. It saves a copy of the configuration to a file on your PC, so you can copy the config to another device or recover in the event that you botch your firmware update. When I disconnect everything and connect only my laptop, I only see 2 arp entries, just like the above comment- the router on 2 IPs.
Dec
20
comment IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Hi Paul, these are the kind of port forwarding rules in simple router that allow external traffic to private IP addresses, where the TCP port type is "n". It only works one way, from the outside in- or so I thought. The router does not appear in the arp list from any PC on the LAN with this phantom IP. However, it does appear in the arp list for wireless clients. Internet Address Physical Address 192.168.1.1 00-1c-10-f6-8d-2c 192.168.1.2 00-1c-10-f6-8d-2d Is this expected behavior? It appears the router is squatting on this IP.
Dec
20
asked IP conflict with IP address somehow in use by Linksys WRVS4400N
Nov
1
comment Fax modem sends corrupt output, receives OK
Replacing the cable with a new one did not help. I feel defeated.
Oct
18
comment Fax modem sends corrupt output, receives OK
It's a USRobotics USR5686G 56K Serial Controller Fax. It doesn't feel like a cheap softmodem, but it's been a while since I could eyeball the difference. No VoIP anywhere, just the faxmodem connected directly to a POTS line from the local ilec. I did connect a real fax machine to the line, and things are fine there so I can rule out line issues.
Oct
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asked Fax modem sends corrupt output, receives OK
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Cisco 1841 to Netgear FVS318 VPN connection