[nflug] ssh time/warner
chawkins at bplinux.com
Wed Nov 14 08:57:09 EST 2007
I see lots of 24.X.X.X and 66.X.X.X, and some 65.X.X.X. Not exactly
scientific, but I bet that's 90% or more of their traffic... Is that
consistent with the IP's you usually get?
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Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 8:46 AM
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Subject: Re: [nflug] ssh time/warner
Well, I usually use dyndns.org to handle all of that for me :) I have a
Windows Server 2003 box running the DynDns.org update client (the same
machine that my BBS runs on) and it works perfectly (granted my Linux server
runs in a VMWare box <G>).
> I'd like to cut down the possible network connections over the
> internet for access to a ssh server.
> I can't afford a static ip so I was wondering if anyone new the range
> of internet ip's handed out to users from time/warner ...I'm pretty
> sure my DNS servers are coming from Lackawana?
> Thanks in advance,
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