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accepted Why is my wireless router screwing up hostname lookups?
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asked Python on my Mac is broken; How do I start from scratch?
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comment Ctrl + A doesn't work in Bash Terminal on OS X Lion
You should also note that to switch it back to emacs mode, do set -o emacs
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comment Why is my wireless router screwing up hostname lookups?
I have verified that the 184.106.31.161 address is not my public IP address. That being said, the rest makes sense. I was lead to believe that the router functioned as a kind of DNS pit-stop, and any connected hosts would register their names with the router, which would then do the mapping based on connected hostnames.
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comment Why is my wireless router screwing up hostname lookups?
I have double checked, and 184.106.31.161 is not my public IP address. That is in 24.*. I'll be able to provide full ping results later this evening, but there's nothing unusual about them other than the IP address is not one I was expecting.