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location Aylesbury Buckinghamshire, UK
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visits member for 2 years, 11 months
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I am big fan of c#, php and f#. Only Flatland.


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comment How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
this is the best answer
Jul
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comment visit from 192.168.6.145 on my private 192.168.1.255 network?
Netgar has IP 192.168.1.1 on LAN and is set to get IP dynamically from ISP. also if there was a device connected to NetGear it would have IP 192.168.1.X as all my machines, right? And at the moment I don't see that strange device of course
Jul
6
comment visit from 192.168.6.145 on my private 192.168.1.255 network?
please put it as an answer, I'll accept it. The clarification of "almost certainly" would be appreciated since this scrap of uncertainty is the source of my anxiety.
Jul
6
comment visit from 192.168.6.145 on my private 192.168.1.255 network?
yes, I have also wireless TP-Link, but it is connected via NetGear. Every connection to host hosting website from wireless device goes through TP-Link to NetGear-> to glassfish and has been always logged as 192.168.1.2 (TP-Link IP)
Jul
6
comment visit from 192.168.6.145 on my private 192.168.1.255 network?
as I said, site is hosted on my local machine, I am using glassfish. I know that I will see IP, but like 192.168.1.XXX. This actual ip however is 192.168.6.XXX. ??????????
Jul
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asked visit from 192.168.6.145 on my private 192.168.1.255 network?
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comment why dig to router is on DNS 53 port?
thanks, I consider this a t the moment
May
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revised DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
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May
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comment DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
DNS provided is 192.168.1.1 please see full update (but 192.168.1.1 I can't dig directly, only 127.0.1.1)
May
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comment DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
alternatively can I use Wireshark to trace what DHCP will tell me? Is this the aim of this command? to see what DNS is suggested by DHCP?
May
9
comment DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
tcpdump: en1: No such device exists. However eth0 works, this is it?
May
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revised DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
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comment DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
there is no named there or bind: see update
May
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comment DNS dig +tcp OK, udp NO
router is 192.168.1.1 Well. I had bind installed but uninstalled it. May it be some remainder of it?