But stressful. Sometimes halts on the way down and then (naturally fails to come up).
Monitor on horace.dc.dc.cox.net for 'helen - LSNet' has detected that the service has gone down at 19/Oct/2016 18:25
Monitor on horace.dc.dc.cox.net for 'helen - LSNet' has detected that the service has gone back up at 20/Oct/2016 02:00
Monitor on horace.dc.dc.cox.net for 'helen - LSNet' has detected that the service has gone down at 20/Oct/2016 03:10
Monitor on horace.dc.dc.cox.net for 'helen - LSNet' has detected that the service has gone back up at 20/Oct/2016 03:15
It looks like the first outage ended with a temporary repair which was followed by perhaps a more durable fix. In between we had problems with the TWR edge router in Galax which made for a bruising week.
This time from 184.108.40.206 which is in a netblock 220.127.116.11/15. The server is in The Los Angeles area. The website is in Chinese. NOC abuse was notified and the following response was received.
email@example.com 9:10 AM (9 minutes ago) to me Hi, We have notified the client regarding the abuse. They have 24 hours to take necessary action. If you still notice the abuse after 24 hours, kindly reply to this ticket and we will null the IP address. Your Ticket Deatils (sic) are as follows: Ticket ID: 1160483 Subject: hacked widows IIS server at 18.104.22.168
By default, a NanoStation wants to be a “station” or client. The screen shots below are after configuration. That’s good in that my NanoStation is working as an AP and bad in that it doesn’t show the fumbling I did to get there. Out of the box with your laptop connected to the primary port and your IP address set to 192.168.1.2, enter 192.168.1.20.
The Tenda N301 is a cheap but functional 2.4 Ghz wifi router. It will not run OpenWRT nor DDWRT and is a single band router. I buy them at Microcenter sometimes on sale for less than $10.